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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - September 17, 1921, Kokomo, Indiana                                MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THE KOKOMO DAILY TRIBUNE PAID CIRCULATION VOL ft LAST EDITION KOKOMO IXD SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1921 EIGHT PAGES CENTS WOULD REPLACE THE Z R2 WITH YEAR REAL ZEPPELIN mm INSIIRAIERATE ALL BONKS JV H A IUGHT HAND BROKEN IX AN ACCIDENT H A 3v7i East Taylor PLANK There Are Five Hundred Cases The National Advisory Board On of Ihe Disease In Howard Aeronautics Recommends j County Today Program i street received a very injury this morning at oclock while en be cutter i TO WINTER IN FRANCE MANSLAUGHTER CHARGEWIL AND MKS CLYDK SNOIXDY EXPECT TO RKTVUX IX I Mr and Mrs Clyde Snoddy have booked passage on the steamship Olympic for the October 35 sailing date from York An erroneous report eu at his occupation he Kokomo Kuober All Ihi in right hand were broken the severely cut when a nch he had in his hand caught in a Diving motor causing The wrench to Lack and strike the bacl of his i hand Chairman ot the City Committee Local Legion Plans An Arbuckie Arraigns Asserts Partys Stand On Cortege For Two Veterans he Case Conti Matter Well Taken Who Died Overseas i September mo next February or March t I Since coming to Kokemo carv in gned Today ButPresident Johnson of C of C AN EXPERT GIVES FIGURES WOULD BUY FROM GERMANYcha injury dropped by Dr I F Ryan who stated that Mr j nd would he unable to the j Ihe hand for two or three j i Grenoble France returning to Koku mo next February or March Since coming to Kokemo early I j lliy Mrs Snoddy has endeared hor PLATFORM UNVERSAW BOOM GROWING self to a wide circle oi Kokomo poo i pie making many wann personal j friendships 1 charm and Continued Until September 26th Names Men To Investigate Rates Charged Here warm not alone through gracious personality NEW PROBE IS ANNOUNCED A HISTORY OF INCREASES her j but Local Society Hopes To Awaken Advises Going Ahead With the man rn ab tivo weeks Community To Gravity of the Situation Working fiirls Aft an rxampte n he an 4 Intrrsi la In 1hr work of ard County TuberruJoslf Klili fmtloyod In the Building of Z Rl and Pro duction of Helium mrnr of Thalman rnent haw for milk anrl ard counlyn tuber Th1 In on KoJtomo TruKt young who thin helpful cluh fvory to proud of rTiMr do nntlon ln ird for How JM dfpoKlt with ho ompiiny nnd Thf w 40 from tub ulofcln In Howard rnunty yfnr Fifty PT ccnt of thr rhlldrrn of the UnJlfd iindr trn years of There are 500 active cases of ttt jn Howard county The foregoing are three f the MHiTilnK Miilontenlji made by W CoHper educational director of the TubercuIonlM asHociation Mr not attempting to bo son Mitlnnnl Hi only In dry facts backed up by the records ft ach county In Indiana in trying though t awaken the public to Ihe gravity of niKloi ling this baleful disease which been so aptly called The White In each community therenre a handful of Individuals who have heen awakened to the of per mitting the White to stalk un hampered abroad In the land They understand tho malady its terrible ravages and how to prevent it Their motive are upon a wholly dis interested desire to save human They studied and Wachlnirtnn Sept mont of a rflrlgibe of the Zeppelin i Germany if i replace the lost and ennllniKij non of construction of the ZK1 now bullfliriK at Lake Hurst N was i recommended today to President i Harding and Secretaries Penny and j Weeks by the official national advis ory committee for aeronautics Continued production of helium the new sax fir inflating airships also recommended by the committee which Is composed of army and navy officer Charles F Marvin chief of the weather bureau Orville Wright and Pr Chnrles D Walcott secretary of the Smithsonian Institution chair men The committees recommendations were formulated nt a meeting Septem ber IB nt which the destruction of tho ZR in its relation to the future of airships In the American naval and military establishment was discussed After this discussion the committee decided on its recommendations which held That the development of rigid air rhlps should be continued in this country that sufficient funds should be devoted to experimental work for obtaining definite Information regard ing the strength rjualitios of materials and girders tised in the construction f airships and for the development ind chocking of theories user in the general design of airships and that he present program for the con I nso and found employment at the Rub ber company He was planning to bring hia family to this city and be cause of the industrial depression In the east to locate here His accident will interfere with his plans he saiJ as he was attempting to save money to move his family to Kokomo Sets Declarations Both As To Rates and ing Property Post Elects Delegates and Alter nates To State tion At Wabash ht five the The article in yesterdays Tribune in At a well attended meeting of th connection with the unreasonable i American Legion last rates of insurance companies that do sales were selected to represent I business in Kokomo brought a feeling j nt thu stnU convention of jof elation in the local republican Legion to be held camp also by mtans of her beautiful dram atic soprano uice which has thousands Clyde already had coterie of friends in Indiana who ex tended a hearty welcome to the war bride he brought back from France and who unite in wishing them a pleasant journey and a safe and speedy return Mrs Snoddy was formerly j Mile Fernando Josephine Pertill Grand Jurv Will Consider ChargW E Blacklidge Tells How Leg es of Tampering With Wit nesses and Doctors Care islation Has Brought Boosts In Insurance Costs MRETAXESGQ Out of Each SI00 Paid In This State This Year Goes To the State at Wabash j October 11 and 11 Final prepnrations made for the double miiUiry Chairman Phillips speaking for the conducted by the Legion organization saul It has been one of remains of Flovd McXew and the organizations contentions long wh the before we adopted a platform m the war The regular hlmonthly meeting that was free held jist prior to the I scholarships in salesmanship would be awarded by the American College ot Scientific Salesmanship to the most de serving members of the post Members present at the meeting last night discussed at some length the Jnaiier ry angle and they know what they are talking about There Is such n handful of people hero in Kokomo nnl Howard county They are known as the Howard County Tuberculosis society and thcy nre affiliated with the state tion which In turn is a pnrt of the Kodcral body The organization has PRO guiding stamp out tuber culosip and thus save countless lives each yenr They have learned that tubcrrulosifl Is a preventable disease and know how to alamp it out But to accomplish thin much desired end they must havo tho intelligent enrn esit cooperation ot the entire com munity It is to educate the commun ity first In tho necessity of eradicat ing the diseftpe and then imparting the Information that will show them how to do It that the Howard County Tuberculosis society exists The 49 persons rrho died in How ard county last year from tuberculosis might have heen alive and well today If the people as a whole had been awake to the seriousness of the situa tion Putting it another way these 49 individuals are dead largely through tho indifference and Ignor ance of their fellow citizens The occasion of Mr Cospers re marks was a meeting yesterday after noon of tho Howard County Tuber culosis society called by the president Pr Will J Martin to consider nn en larged and more active field of opera tion and the employing of a trained executive secretary to carry out the ncv plans Several conferences during the past summer with officers of the local society were reviewed by Mr Cosper which led to the selection of a vice presSJent in each of the countys eleven townships and the creation of several standing committee to take over specific activities Mr Cospcr emphasized the import ance of regular clinics special work among tho children and educational work for everybody which would in clude the carrying of prevention prop aganda county part the free clinic in bring to light many unsuspected cases of tuberculosis made by of the airship ZH1 and for he production of helium should be prosecuted with renewed vigor and lint the government of the United States should secure a recent type of Icrnmn rigid airship preferably di rectly from Germany to fill the va cancy in the program caused by the loss of the The committee declared the pres ent program of the United States in regard to the construction of rigid airships can be regarded only as ex tremely Referring directly to the loss of the ZR2 the committee informed th memorial cents president and his cabinet officers that the conclusion is certain that what REMAINDER USED Largest Single Item Is Schools Which Take Soldiers Memorial Least Indianapolis Sept he comes of your taxes is answered in a state tax hoard compilation mad public today which says that out of each paid in taxes thi year Goes to the state for its expenses urn the remaining goes fo local expenses The compilation was ever was the primary cause of the ac cident the use of hydrogen was a con tributing cause to the groat loss of The committee then pointed nut that American possesses the only large store of helium which is known to exist by the use of which airships can be more successfully developed by America than by any other country for commercial as well as military It would be contrary to the true American the committee added in referring to the ZR2 dis aster to abandon a conservative pro pram because of one serious accident when it is possible by studying the cause of the accident to profit by any mistakes that were C Xusbaum an investi gator of the tax board on tax pay ments for 1321 On the basis of purposes each is spent as follows according to the compilation Schools roads state benevolent institutions soldier county cities and towns and townships This tabulation it was ex SAY MILK WAS DIRTY into everj household in the eign matter C B CAREY AXD C H ARE CITED OX AFFIDAVITS LAST XIGFTT Clinton 13 Carey manager and one of the proprietors of the Grocers Dairy Products company was cited last night to appear in court to answer to alleged violation of the pure food law XIro Faul 09 Conradt avenue brought the complaint in which Carev is charged with selling dirty milk Mrs Stanbro alleged in the complaint that the milk she purchased of the C H Renie grocery corner of and Jefferson streets contained for plained Is the average for the state and may vary somewhat in various taxing units More than a score of items of pcnse are met by taxes and the com pilation shows the average of these expenses for each 100 as follows State highway commission county gravel road repairs county and township grave roal con struction county unit and three mile highway construction township roads common school fund state educational institutions Purdue Indiana and State Normal state vocational fund ten cents local tuition fund teach ers salaries local special school fund for repairs new building and pupil transfer state gen eral fund goes to Purdue Indiana and State Normal this 7J cents benevolent penal and correctional in stitutions county general funds county miscellaneous fund township general fund township miscellaneous fund township poor fund 45 cents soldier memorial 33 cents city and town gen eral fund city and Vown mis cellaneous fund streets and al leys funds 64 cents municipal light and water 60 cents IX THE XICK OF TIME He showed the important Pr Martin regretted that the rain Prosecutor Forest Harness this Reprieve Saves Little Fellows Dog From Execution and when Ihe platform was adopted it had this to say about insurance ami insurance rates the insurance laws of our state permit insurers to unjustly or arbitrarily fix unjust or un reasonable insurance rates w dc miiiid thitl they be so amended that without being unjust to the insurers they win afford to tin assured ample means for obtain ing just 1tilr and reasonable This piank according to Chairman Phillips was conceived in the minds of Messrs John B Joyce and C C Shirley and was written after long deliberation of these staunch re publicans and with long experience with the situation here in which they found that the people of city have faced an unfair condition with refer ence to insurance rates At the time of the adoption of the platform this plank was shown to Omar Brown the successful repub lican candidate at the republican pri mary other recently and candidates to he along with whom the plat form was shown stated that while it might not become an issue at least it would and could be used in the next meeting of the sttae legislature to show that body where Ivokomo stood on exorbitant insurance rates Another plank of the republican platform recently adopted by the Kokomo city republicans was in con nection with the fire department and it reads We believe that the law which rives the Stale Fire Marshal Ihe to condemn property which in his opinion has become a special fire hazard should be so amended as to require tlie con currence of the chief of the local fire department and the mayor of the city Also that it should pro vide for reasonable notice to the mvnor of tile prope the order should be The republican party in its plat orm touched upon those things which are intimate in the life of our peo said Chairman Phillips The flection of a new administration has o do with our town and our people The last administration has been for its economy and to this extent the party is justly proud but he party adopted a platform for its Doming administration which not only encompasses economy but a maln enance and repair program as well that lding within reasonable lines campaign to be waged at the state con vention to bring the office of state commander to Kokomo by the election of Col VT H Unversaw to that post Henry Quigley chairman of the com mittee in charge of Col Lnversaws campaign was not present at the meet ins last night and as a result all the latest details of the plans for taking the convention by storm were not divulged All Legion posts in the state have bten properly informed of Col Lnvcr saws qualities arid favorable replies have been received from a number ac cording to a statement made at th meeting by Major Kmile F Martin t the finance committee As he saw i Col Unversaw will be one of the mos popular candidates in the field for th state commander honors His positio in the national guard said Mr Martin has won him many admirers It wa announced that the colonel arrived i the city last evening and would ilirec his campaign personally Commander C B Vance announce that the members of the executive com mittee and the campaign committee wi neet tonight to further the movement nnd make arrangements for attending he convention A new post adjutan to fill the vacancy left by Ross Garrigus vhu has gone to St Petersburg Fla will be appointed at the meeting o he joint committees The delegates elected last night ti go to Wabash as the official repre sentatives of the James De Arnjond Jolladay post were as follows Glen Hillis Ward Cooper Joe Fitzgerald Walter Hanson and C B Vance The alternates named were Mark Brown F Martin William Brown Omar Miller and J W Calhoon All members of thy Legion were re LLOYD GEORGE MAKES REPLY 10 DE mm J AY Johnson president of th Chamber of Commerce today an nounced the appointment of J R ilor xan A Y Cuaradt and George L Davis to constitute a special com mittee to investigate the matter oi fire insurance rates in Kokomo such investigation being deemed neces The county grand jury at its meeti sarJ of complaints of alleged ins Monday night is to consider cvij exorbitant rates being charged here deuce that certain witnesses were j t is due the local fire Insurance tampered with in the case of Koscoo agents that it be said that tho com accused of murder in con plaint is In no way directed against nection with the death of Miss Virginia them They are in responsible Kappe motion pitcure actress Harry lor the rates being charged That re Pan Francisco Sept arraign ment of Hoscoe C iKatty ArbuckUin I the court cf Superior liiclge I a charge of i tcr in connection with tho death of Miss Virginia Kappop came up today but was continued until Monday Sep tember 2ti i Can Be No Conference So Lon As Irish Insist On Status of Independence GOVERNMENTS as to when quested to be at the hall Sunday after noon at 1 oclock in uniform to partici pate in the double military funeral of Floyd McXew and Annas Gullion The Legion requests that all citizens who possibly can give the use of their auto mobiles for the funeral The buria committee expects this to be the largest Mineral of which it has had charge Glen Hillis will be marshal of the day A reprieve granted at the last mo of axation and it also encompassed as note the insurance rate plank such ther things as affect the prosperity t our people as a city and an incorp rated entity We are proud of the fact that we lave been forehanded enough to learn f places where the shoe pinches the ommunity and suggest remedies that ill be efficacious in the extreme andidate for mayor is pledged to the latform and has repeatedly stated hat he stands firmly upon the re ublican platform that was adopted y the city republican organization nd it contains the kernel of many ood movements which will benefit his community in the ensuing admin James H Lee exservice local representative of the man anu American ment saved the life of a pet dog and I incidentally brought joy to the heart j of a little tad living in the north end of town this morning when a frantic Spanish Advance Starts Madrid Sept the Associ ated Spanish forces in morning filed affidavits on similar j message from the motner to spare Morocco have started an advance from charges against C H Renie and Clinj Bowser was received at the sla v ton B Carey The affidavits are in two j counts and were filed as a result of an had kept away from the meeting investigation of the case made by the many who had expressed an intention j prosecutor following the complaint of being present but expressed con made by Mrs Stanbro fidence that the sentiment of the com munity was with the work the society was carrying on This proposition is too big and too ho said to be longer left to chance and hazard for while we pladly give our time as far as possible it is plain to every one that a contin uous xvork such as our situation de mands must in its detail be left to some one who is regularly on the It is necessary to help the indigent tuberculosis with material relief but we have got to carry our efforts further We do not plan to be simply palliaj THE WEATHER With a few changes in the cast sub stituting in the role of the victim the modern movie hero in the place of the rUalayon against the rebellious Mo j rocean tribesmen it was announced officially here today dog the action was worthy of a reg ular fivereel thriiier An officer with gun in hand was enroute to the rear of headquarters to dispatch the dog when the message granting his life was in the nick of time The mother sent the dog to the po lice headquarters last evening with in Fair and cooler toi structions for the officers to kill it night except jt was Busing her too much trouble ably thnndershowers arcnjnd tnc house Her little son made in extreme sooth such a strons Plea for the dogs life porUon Sunday fair that ft th causing her to countermand the order With the d cooler i e These cav birds i in hiS armSl the litte it t lnf be safe to was one of the1 o set a hot pace e later live we have pot to prevent this 5ets 1ho ease There will be a great many chaPs people die this year from tuberculosis They could have been saved if we had been more efficient in promoting edu cation on the subject and placing people in the way of knowing the cause and nature of tuberculosis and encounter some one a hotter one The j scheme to have something i h iest persons in Kokomo todav Weather Xeit AVeek ON PAGE TWO with a kick in it around the house Washington Sept pre find their desires amply fulfilled when j dictions for the week beginning they marry day include Ohio Valley and Region Temperature readings today Xoon of the Great Lakes Considerably SS maximum yesterday 73 minimi cooler beginning of the week and nor 1 um last night 6S j mal temperature thereafter generally Rainfall Since yesterday noon fair except for local showers Wed Inches i nesday and Thursday TO ADVERTISERS The season of heavier advertis ing and of shorter days is affair upon ns and we are compelled to appeal to advertisers to supply us copy for their advertisements not later than noon of the day preced ing publication In no other way can we be cer tain of peltingthe paper on the press early enough in the after noon to be effective The Tribune pleases its readers by prompt and early delivery and such delivery makes more effective You are Interested equally with us In cooperating to accomplish early delivery We can not do it unless we have advertising copy before noon of the day preceding publication Yours respectfully THE KOKOMO TRIBUXE College of Scientific Salesmanship of Chicago made the offer to the Legion last night of five scholarships in the course of salesmanship Commsnder Vance said there are absolutely no strings connected with the offer Mr Lee has left it to the executive commit tee of the post to devise the method of selecting the eligible five men Commander Vance in discussing the scholarships stated the selection be based upon the grading of question naires that all applicants would be ask ed to file with the Legion The ques tions of disabilities health length of service wealth and opportunity of the individual will be the points that shall decide his ability for one of the scholar ships Mr Lee has been conducting classes in Kokomo ail summer for the sales manship college He held classes at the Y M C for some time His offer to the American Legion comes as a special dispensation to veterans by the college A series of dances for the season is being arranged for by the en tertainment committee according to the announcement made last nljrht The womens auxiliary as a body is anxious to learn what part it is to play n the coming1 convention and the Unversaw for commander campaign was the word brought to the session Isst night Many of the women are planning to attend the convention with brothers and sons Major Martin introduced two visitors Doth exservice men to the meeting ast night They were Robert R proprietor of the Kokomo Dental Laboratory and Ralph of the Xational Loan company Prepared To Discuss Ireland Aspirations As Part of the British Empire London Sept 17 Dy the Associate Lloyd George reply ing today to the communication o Eamon DeValera on Friday says tha to receivg the Sinn Fein delegation u tne conference as represcnta lives of an independent and sovereign state would constitute formal am official recognition of Irelands sever ance from the kings Mr Lloyd George says so long as Mr DeValera insists that the Irish delegates should confer as the repre sentatives of an independent and sov ereign state a conference Is Impossible In his reply Mr Lloyd George de clared it Is idle to say that a conference In which the British representatives d to meet the Sinn Fein plenipoten tiaries as tho representatives of an in dependent and sovereign state wouUJ be a conference without To receive them as the prime minister says would constitute for mal and official recognition of Irelands severance from the kings domains It would entitle them to make a treaty aut it would also entitle them to make no treaty and break off the conference at any point and negotiate a union if Ireland with a foreign power The government is prepared to dis cuss how the association of Ireland with the British empire could best be reconciled with Irish aspirations but they could not consent to any abandon ment however informal of tho prin ciple of allegiance to the king upon which the whole fabric of the empire and every constitution in it are based While Mr DeValera insists upon claiming that the Irish delegates should confer as representatives of an indi iendent and sovereign state a confer ence between them is DISCCSSED S S WORK Howard Co S S Council Held Scml Annual Meeting Today The Howard County Sunday School Council held their semiannual busi less meeting this forenoon at the Y I C A to discuss ways and means f advancing Sunday school work and rrange for the annual county conven lon which will be held on November at Hemlock The meeting was called by John hrock president of the council Rep esentatives were present from all but iree of the townships in the county committee was appointed to prepare program for the county convention instructions to report at the leeting to be held next Saturday The ommittee is composed of Clarence C mith of Taylor township C L BII Kelly secretary ot tlie jury an nounced today The jury also expects to clear up oubtful in the medical attfn sponsibitity rests with tho state fire insurance ratemaking board That body it is said exercises autocratic control of control that is tiou given Miss Kelly said operated in such a way many feel as to amount to legalized extortion His notice having been brought to the movement to bring about an in vestigation of rates by the article on the subject printed in these columns ipal witnesses against Arbuckle to tell yesterday 13 Blacklidge has sub to the jury the alleged facts that sho j mittcd to the Tribune a communlca detailcd to the police and the district tion in which he expresses doubt attorney a result of her failure i whether an investigation will get the to testify tile jury was compelled to results desired He is of the opinion that the way for local property own ers to meet the situation is to organ ize an association to carry their own insurance He also sets out a history of the legislation that fire Insurance The testimony of tho doctors who attended her may be The witness tampering investigation of the jury is based upon the failure f Miss Zh Provost one of the princ postpone for I hours a decision to in dict Arbuckle tin district attorney said A manslaughter indictment was returned against iiim Dr Arthur house physic ian at the St Francis hotel where the party took place in which Arbuckle was alleged to havo fatally injured Miss Unripe is still bring sought by the district attorney and the police Dr Beardslee attended Miss Rappo in the hotel His testimony is wanted before the grand jury He is said to be on a hunting trip The arraignment today was mere formality it was said and District At torney Matthew Brady asked a con tinuance of the manslaughter case un til nction has been taken on the charges of first degree murder pend ing icainst Arbucklo in connection with Miss Rappes death The district attorney had announced the murder charge will be pushed and it will he left up to a jury to decide whether Arbuckle shall be convicted of first degree murder second degree murder manslaughter or turned free liy There was also nno other ilternativo which was that if the police at the preliminary examination of Arhuckle fa Her to hole the comed an to answer to the superior court on of murder the state then would be forced to go to trial with the man slaughter indictment Acquittal companies have succeeded in having enacted the last few years and states the effect of this as reflected by in creases in rates in Kokomo His com munication which is a most interest ing one follows Editor of Tribune In Fridays issue of the Tribune I note that some effort will probably bo raade by the Kokomo Chamber ot Conimerccto get a reduction of fire rates on Kokomo business property I hope for success In this laudable enterprise The fire insurance mo nopoly however is a powerful factor and I doubt whether any material results can be obtained I suggest a meeting of owners of business prop erties who are the principal suffer ers at the hands of these insurance pirates with a view of organizing ar association to carry their own insur ance In this connection a little history of legislation for insurance companies may be of interest The fire insurance monopoly began to get in its real work in Indiana in 1911 when it passage of the law prohibiting1 rebates on premi and providing a penalty for any this law was to destroy competition among agents and secure a uniform premium fixed by a fire rate made by the insurance companies It is impos tiiin Il v iviiuc it lui nuy conMction on the murder charge would j violation of the same The purpose ot mean automatic dismissal of the man slaughter charge for the law holds a man may not he twice placed in ioopardy for one cause Pressing of the murder charge means Ubuckle must remain in 1 jail for definite plot to enhance the profits some time to come Dismissal of the Of the insurance companies at the ex murder charge and trial on the manpense of the property owners Here is laughter indictment would have meant a scheme that not only embraces the quick liberty on bail for the accused elements that are contained in the actor efforts of monopolies to restrain competition in trade for which men this tonav to start for his home in lings of Ervln and Lewis E Stout of i Plate Glass workmen and women Center A report made on the Sunday school attendance in Howard county gave the different schools the following enroll ment Honroe 37S Harrison 455 Bail on the manslaughter charge hir iitnj v olll ijrnlllwll ill Lltlllc V lv v lllfll ieen fixed at and attorneys for j have been sent to the federal prisons Arbuckle had put up the cash in anj but it was presented to a state legis ictpation of action by the district atMature and actually put In to a law orney favoring trial on the lesser The same legislathe body on the same free day Passed a law to punish people for stealing horses The next important step in the in terest of the fire insurance companies was tne passage of a law 1913 pro viding for a state fire marshal The last legislature widened the auto cratic power of this office and very kindly appropriated to be pnid by the taxpayers of Indiana to administer a law for the benefit of the Insurance trust It la natural that the fire com panies became a little doubtful about Mrs Herman Pursier livinsr on the rigid enforcement of the rebate iral route S just east of the PittsInw that was passed In 1911 so m 1913 urgh Plate Glass plant received a they secured the of a law broken right arm a possible fractured making it obligatory on the state skull and severe bruises about the i auditor to see that all the laws re body when the horse she was driving snectinff insurance companies and became frightened and ran away j their agents be faithfully when a shaft came loose throwing So the state auditors office began her out of the light sprinsr wajron in about this time to extend itself as a which she was riding on Vnile ave sort of helpful annex to the insurance nue near the Pinto Glass company monopoly and has continued as such office about this morning Mrs Purslpy was thrown lighting on her h ms HFRT TX A urx AAVAY SKrLT MAY BE FHACTCnED down to the present time Appropria as thrown heavily tions to heln matters along have al rad and right ways been liberal to sustain this de WOOD HOXOR SOLDIER DEAD Sketches of Two Veterans Who Will Be Interred Tomorrow A double funeral of World war soldiers will be held Sunday afternoon iat 2 oclock from Grace M E church Honors of a special character under the j general direction of the local post of I the American Legion will be paid to Floyd G McXew and Annas Gullion both of whom fell during the Argone drive and whose bodies have been re turned to the homes of their parents in this city for burial in their native land Ervin 3S7 Taylor Union 274 Howard 483 Clay 143 Honey Creek 524 Jackson 389 Liberty 676 Cen ter CONTINUED OX PAGE WHATS DOING IN AND AROUND KOKOMO TOXIGHT Dance at Foresters Academy Dance at Labor Temple TOMORROW Industrial League Baseball Brass j inc nearby who saw the accid ried her into the hospital at the Plate en partment nt car legislatur Glass plant where first aid treatme was given Dr Bruce D Lung called and she was removed to But in this respect the last exceeded all others The Insurance power made another advance In 1919 when it obtained as the passage of a law for Its own bene corsstinR of twentyone sections I opretanfl t Tn fact t was not understood or administered Works vs Hoosier Iron Eipo park p m home of her father Alkn Mann 9Iljrlcu at lcnsf n onp purpose fbe South Waugh street The right arm tween the lines to hamstring th was fractured just below tho elbow mtitiMl companies It Is prob and Dr Lung said the skull might be nble that not a loztn members of fractured I ever rend the bill and that One of the wagon shafts came Tint onc rvor nv effort to un loose striking the horses heels and he tore the other shaft loose and to west on Vaile avenue The frihtened hy am one pxcept those nltn animal was caught in an alley near the insurance business Tot in order the corner of King and Locke streets0 rnrry fnto rffect thej vnted bv Claude Mann a brother of Mrs j an1 specific appropriations on the people amounting to about OOfl The last legislature went them a little better and appropriated over to carry on what is called an Insurance Department at the exr pense of taxpayers The act of 1919 perhaps Intended Observe Constitution Day New York Sept day commemorating the adoption of the United States constitution 134 years ago was celebrated by many patriotic societies here today CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO   

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