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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - February 6, 1929, Kokomo, Indiana                                WEDNESDAY FEBEUAEY 6 1929 THE KOKOMO DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE NINE BUCKLEYPIS POST OHIO STATE TREASURER RE SIGNS FOMiOWlNGCONVIC TION IN FEDERAL COURT Columbus Ohio impeachment in the state legislature State Treasurer Bert B Buckley has resigned as an out come of his conviction in federal court of attempted bribery and participation in a brewers conspir acy to violate the prohibition laws Buckley capitulated late yester day to Gov Myers K Coopers de mands that he resign Vriting three resignations within a few hours the last submitting 1o uncondition al release of his office While two house committees worked yesterday in preparation for impeachment action Buckley opened negotiations with a resig nation effective February 15 Cooper reiuseQ this as lie did a second attaching other reserva tions Then as the house renewed impeachment action suspended during the interchange of notes Buckley finally vrotc the letur re nouncing his office which the gov ernor said left him appoint Us successor at once Buckley is free on bond pending argument Monday on an appeal from his conviction last Sat urday He faces maximum ties of 28 yeais1 imprisonment and a fine of for his conviction on bribe charges brought by John F Eckhart acting assistant pro hibition administrator who testi fied he offered him monthly for tips on inspections of Cincin nati breweries actions were inaugurated yesterday in Cin cinnati against Joseph Schrimper and Anthony Gruber attorneys im plicated in the RELIABLE relief lot all forms of Piles Just say PAZOtochedme gist Moneyback guarantee inpack ege Tube with pile pipe 75C Tin box 30c P With a control handle that can be operated while the car is occupied front seat can be adjusted to the comfort of driver and passengers in the 1929 Essex the Challenger 40 ENJOY BA10ET TWO SCORE GO FROM KOKOMO CHURCHES TO ATTEND BAP TIST MEET IX LOGAXSPOJiT Forty members two Bap ist brotherhoods of Kqlcomo went o Logansport Tuesdrfy evening to attend the district brotherhood banquet and meeting held at th1 Baptist Temple in that city The rip was made by automobile Over hundred men attended th ianquet the meal being served liy the ladies of the Baptist Temple President Eainey of Franklin College was jhe principal speaker during the evening addressing those present on the subject of A Liberal Oilier features of the entertainment in cluded numbers by the Pumpkin Rind Band of Denver several mis cellaneous musical numbers and a comedy The Rev A E Clem of Peru presided at the banquet KSGH GRADE COAL South Side Lumber Coal Co i Watch for J Tires Tubes ANNOUNCEMENT Tomorrow Nights Tribune PRESIDENTELECT HAS HEART SET OX KIXG OF GAME F1SU Miami Beach Feb A Hoover has his heart set on catching a tarpon before he leaves Florida for Wash ington late this month conse quently he is seeking to work out ajjlan to spend three or four days on the west oast next week to at tempt to add this big game fish to his catch Mr Hoover is going to Fort Myers next Monday to attend birthday luncheon for Thomas A Edison and he probably will set out for the tarpon grounds late that day to remain until Thursday evening The observance of the birthday of Mr Edison is to be simple Mr and Mrs Hoover will arrive at the Edison estate soon after noon and remain for an hour or so Mr Hoover is going to put in several afternoons this week fish ing off Blscayne bay as he did yes terday He will spend his fore noons at his offices near the pre inaugural home on Belle Isle re ceiving callers and taking care of correspondence On his engagement list for to day are pave Balrd of Cam den one of the Jlepublicau leaders of New Jersey and Representative C C Bolton of Ohio MAID TELLS HER STORY WOMAN FORCED TO SIGN PA PERS UNDER THREAT BV A STRANGE MAN Chicago Feb A maid employed at the home of Mrs Selma Burnham prior to the wealthy widows strange death last week told a story regarded as so important that police were holding her today lor further questioning The woman Mrs Mary Doran said a man came to the Burnham home late the night of January 21 and forced his way into Mrs Burn hams presence Mrs Doran heard him say Youve got to sign this paper AVhen Mrs Burnham refused the maid said the man threatened to make disclosures concerning the death last July of Mrs Burnhams husband Shortly afterward the emerged and said I made her and lie was followed in a few minutes by Mrs Burnham who had packed her bags as though to leave Ive got to get the maiil quoted Mrs Burnham as saying He is telling everyone that I kill ed my From her husband Mrs Burn ham inherited controlling interest in a gum vending machine com pany Shortly before her death she transferred control to Edward T Riley a partner in the business Mysterious circumstances sur rounding Mrs Burnhams death and her estate as well as the pos sibility that a nationwide slot ma chine syndicate might in some way be involved has resulted in in vestigations Plans for exhumation of Burn hams body were pushed today fol lowing Mrs Dorans story FROM SUBMERGED SUB ESCAPE TO SURFACE OF NEW DEVICE FOR THE U S AAVT Get behind the wheel and Get the facts The New New Style D I COAL Car High Grade Pocahontas on track Ph QUICK ACTION IN BeSOTO Let this local man tell yeu feow fee gets acceleration ssid snore speed I began using Silver Flash And Tof faster getavay asweH as an easier Knock sometime after I purchased iny pull of the motor at slow speeds I am 4 O O O o p DeSoto I have no ticed a difference in speed of from five to eight more miles per hour I also fcm conscious Also costs less than AntiKnodi Its a strong dependable fuel for average motoring conditions loaded with Oil Refining Company of Indianapo Independent thoroughly sold on this new Signed JOHN K THOMAZ 1707 Howard Street Costs no more than low grade gas that is chemically doctored to stop knocks i j The New SilverTlash Anti Knofe Aboard U S S Mallard Off 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aliloans are per sonally Secured by the borrower The object of the Home Fi nance Plan is to make it just as easy as possible for the worthy family to borrow money and to repay the loan on the most con venient termsi The service ren flered by tho Legal Loan Company the same high plane as the service rendered by a bank to a business man who finds himself in need of ready cash The Legal Loan Company is one of the oldest and largest organ izations in the Industrial loan field and has rendered a helpful financial service to thousands of faallies in this city and commun ity MothersTry Mild Childrens Musterole Of course you know good old Musterole how quickly how easily It relieves chest colds sore throat rheumatic and neuralgis pain sore joints and muscles stiff neck and lumbago We also want you to know CHILDRENS terole In milder form Unexcelled for relief of croupy coughs and colds it penetrates soothes and relieves without the blister of the oldfashioned mustard j laster Keep a jar handy 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