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   Linton Daily Citizen (Newspaper) - August 6, 1924, Linton, Indiana                                vAfV WEATHER BULLETIN Partly overcast tonight and Thurs day wUh local thunder storms not so warm T CIT VOLUME AUGUST SINGLE j BECAUSE HOT dont quit pushing This merely seasonable and now te time to unload those summer goods in your HHVJJJE CENTS I Gfi E A T Fl 000 D A M A G E IN NO RTH WEST Shooting of Scenes for Darling of Linton in Progress DIRECTOR LYNCH IN CHARGE OF WORK Scenes Will Be Taken At Shady Beach tion Next The people of Linton were very much surprised today to see their young people working us actors and actresses in The Darling of for they showed very rare talent and acted as though they had been in the motion picture profession for There were many bystanders watch ing the shooting of the different scenes in the downtown business sec tion today and many comments were made regarding the novelty of the as all the and the entire technical staff appeared at various locations with Director Lynch in the making of the This is first time Lhat Linton has been fa vored with the making of a complete two reel motion picture where it has been necessary ure spccib studio eciuipmont and light and hav v ing the entire cast appear in differ ent scenes made up as though they actually in Director Lynch announced that the studio had been erected on the stage of the Grand theatre und he would shoot some interior scenes pertain ing to the story at the close of each performance tonight and tomorrow Special lights and makeup are required in these scenes and many people of Linton will take a trip to Hollywood tonight by attend ing the Grand theatre to how mo tion pictures are made in This undoubtedly will be a rare treat for the amusement loving public and it will offer them an opportunity of witnessing the novelty that they can not otherwise see unless they go to a larger At the close of the shooting Lynch will turn the studio lights on those present in the audience and shoot scenes of the audience while watching the These special shots of the audience will be shown in the at the Grand theatre beginning next Wed Casts will appear in the busincs section of Linton on a special scenes pertaining to the stor will be takenat the following place of business sporting good Leitzel lee Cream company Citizen Ice Service Persons furni ture A special of the story trans pires In a newspaper office and thssc scenes will be taken at the office of the Linton Daily beginning at noon and the public invited to come in and watch the When the shooting is finished down town on Thursday the entire cast will go to Shady as they are scheduled to make special bathing scenes that are required in the After the shooting of these bathing scenes Director Lynch will make spe cial scenes of the crowd present at the beach and these will be shown in conjunction with the show ing of The Darling of Director Lynch interviewed the children yesterday morning but due to lateness classification he was unable to announce those chosen for the The children who re ceived slips from Director Lynch Tuesday morning will report at Grand theatre ready to work in the picture at 9 oclock Friday Excessive Heat Wave Passing This Evening The temperature at this point Tuesday reached 96 just one degree lower than on the pre ceding 97 in the shade was reached during the after the second highest temper ature recorded by official weath er observers in the Local thermometers today registered There is promise this after noon that the heat wave will soon be As this is being pounded out on the linotype ma chine clouds are appearing in the southwest and an in dication that the storms whjch have been prevailing over those sections for the past 24 hours are nearing the borders of the Hoos ier with a lowering of tem perature to INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE bus held the heat record for the last 24 hours the official weather bureau reports today The highest temperature was 100 with other cities showing as close Two deaths were caused by the Theodore died from sunstroke working in a field on his farm at Hiram died from heat pros tration at Hartford After several dayy and nights of excessively hot there will no doubt be general especially among the city that some cooler weather is in According to meterologist for the weather bureau it the heat wave which las been hanging over Indiana will 30 broken up by a series of thunde storms in various parts of the stat onight and that cooler weather wi follow in the wake of the Total Cost of Street Im provement Will Approx imate COUNCIL METTS IN A BRIEF SESSION oinmissioners Are Advised By County Attorney As to Legal MUST APPEAL TO CIRCUIT COURT Before Charge In Original Or der Requiring Bond Can Be Mixed SIX CHILDREN HURT IN STREET CAR FIRE children were slightly injured here yesterday when they jumped from a blazing street Th which was filled with children en route to a school caught fire from wiring in front of the ques tion as to whether the special con stables in this county commonly as horse thief detectives will be required to file bonds of each agitated quite a number of persons yesterday and there was JracticalJy an all day session with the county The on July is sued an order requiring all such of 5 nnSn tO uf in Ule sum ol each before August Yesterday there was quite a gath ering especially of those who came to protest against the order of the board to require the H T D to give The commissioners were rather up in the especial ly after County Attorney Cav ins advised them that the board is without power to change or modify the original The only recourse those who are protesting against it have is to appeal to the circuit court to have the order rescinded or modi and this must be done by tomor It is not known whether ornot this appeal will be What Attorney ended before the board of commis sioners they cannot take it up again and make further or modif they have already made In Gavin 104 Ind 201 the court said Where a board makes a final orcle it can not at pleasure take the matte up and make other The hoard of county commission ers has no power other than tha conferred upon them by Such board has not statutory power to or disregard its or der or judgment after it has been made and and an act of the board in attempting to do so is void the only remedy of an aggrievec party in such is by Issue New After hearing the statements oi the county attorney the at about 5 oclock1 yesterday passed It la ordered by the board that the orders heretofore made on July requiring a bond of for each and every special constable be and the same is hurebj extended until September The county says that as far as the above order is concerned it is absolutely meaning less and has no bearing on the order made of record on July 8 regarding the filing of bonds by the horse thiel INDIANA DAIRYMEN MEETING TOMORROW AT KENDALLVILLE INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERV1CU1 Between and dairym from all parts of Indiana are expect ed here tomorrow for the fifth an nual summer session of the State Dairy More than 200 purebred Jersey and Holstein cattle arc entered for Option Given On Old Municipal Light Plant ly Bills The intense heat last night had a tendency to shorten the regular ses sion of the city council last All the members of the official and the few spectators for that showed the high tem perature of the day and evening had been working overtime their pep and snap and notwithtsanding the fact that the session was consider able business was The primary assessment roll for the improvement of H street north from Fourth street east to Fifth street west was presented to the council by City Engineer Boudoues que and it was approved and ordered placed on The assessment roll carries the fol lowing levies against the abutting property owners on the street named Martha Bennett eBn and Ransy 216 24 Ben Raney Priscilln John Thomas Shaw Sarah 21624 Carl Strong Ralph Hoi Thursa Marshall Millie William Kehoe 432 4S William Haney Charles Yates Theodosia Harley Ham George Liddil Ursula Wnlford LintonStockton high LintonStockton high Marion Anna Bart Goodman Lowery Millick George OBrien James Page Judson Brewer I Marion Sexton Mary Harris Almon Cardie Verne William Ora Kelsey Hubert Bobbitt Floyd Burks Isaiah Am0s Hale John William George William Charles Griffith Charles Mary Pete and Elizabeth Duffy Claudo Azbell Squire Walters Ella Thomas Reel Emil Duppe Minnie Foster Clint Reintjes Henry Fred Roy Hays Finis Mitchell Margaret Charles Pichoucique Mary Haffley Fred Homer Bennett Ben Ross Mary Six Deaths Reported m lp v Extra width in City and alley Final estimate H Street Assessment At the next meeting of the coun to be held on Tuesday August property owners interest ed will be if they have com plaints against the assessment as prepared by the city In case the council finds no valid com plaints the assessment roll for the street paving on H street will then be finally Fourth Street The assessment roll Fourth street northeast finally after a few complaaints were and the street finally on the report of the city engineer that it had been constructed accordingto the plans and specifications by the con Notices were ordered sent out to all property owners concerned on the Fourth street improvement that they must appear at the office of the city treasurer within the next thirty days and either pay for the improvement in full or sign waivers which will en title them to the ten year plan of pay ing for the Option Given on Light Councilman chairman of the light committee reported that the light committee was dickering with of Terre for the disposal of parts of the old mu nicipal light He asked that the committee be given authority to grant Torr an option on two units of the each unit consisting of an engine and The coun cil granted the request and Tori was given an option on the old engine and generator that was in use at the plant for On the newer engine Loeb Admits He Wielded Fatal Chisel INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICK CRIMINAL Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb have disordered per sonalities and have been steadily developing for years mental tenden cies that ultimately would have land ed them both in an insane asylum according to Bernard for mer Sing who to day testied in tfihe murder trial ot the two young collegians who slew Bobby States Attorney Crowe continual ly phouta for a jury trial as the de fense alienists Judge Caver ly declares whenever is convinced the boys are insarle he will grant a jury It is indicated the trial will go three weeks Glueck said Loeb told him he and not Leo pold struck the blow that killed the Rivers Are at Flood Stage in Many Sections of i CYCLONIC WINDS ACCOMPANY RAIN Damage Within 200 Mile Radius of Chicago Will Run Into Next Objective of American Airman Is Coast of TIME OF JSIEXT HOP OFF IS UNCERTAIN CONTINUED ON PAGE 4 D Our Pet Peeve D English Flyer Abandons Round the World Trip After Cov ering In his opening remarks concerning the law governing the appointment of horse thief constables he spoke of the law having been passed in when horses were a valuable etipeci to the farmer then mentioned how the law had been amended and changed in law unriej which the constables were The county attorney said that in lis opinion as a every horse hief constable appointed by this oard and who has been acting in the capacity as a peace officer was doing so illegally and had absolutely no grounds to stand Gavins also called the attention of the board to the alleged fact that he board members well knew that imong the number of men who were ippointed as horse thief constables were some who were law violators and many of the others were not qualified to act in the capacity as a jeaee Cites Legal The boards attorney then cited everal opinions from cases similar o this as follows The right and power to et aside or modify a final or judgment by a court of limited and special such as the board of county does not When a proceeding is finally INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE Lieutenants Lowell Smith and Erik American army roundthe world who arrived yesterday from Hoefn rested today froTn their 300 mile journey through a forty to sixty mile Examination of the planes showed them inperfect It is not yet certain when the aviators will leave for owing to ice They are now guests of this Wireless dispatches from Danish ships say ice conditions have im proved off the Greenland American officers are conferring on the time for the next American war craft are taking up positions along the next leg of the flight to report weather Emith and are the only two of four who departed from Los An geles last March now left in the trip around the English Flyers Give the sake of the royal air I am sorry to have The condition of the plane makes it impossible to resume Major McLaren wire lessed to the British air ministry at London The airman abandoned his of which ho had covered slightly more than because of a crash off the coast of He and his companions salvaged the engine of their plane and were taken to Dutch Harbor on a INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICKJ lower ing skies threatening still further downpours rivers throughout the middle west were slowly rising to a flood stage as a result of heavy rains during the last three The streets of many cities arq Many sections of ihe coun try are littered with ruins wrought by the excessive cyclonic Three persons were drowned ab Fond Du Lac and three children were drowned in the swollen creeks about The damage within a radius of 200 miles of Chicago will run into the Seven inches of rain fell in Fond Du sweeping away railroad tracks and concrete A dam at threatens to give away any Should this happen the lower part of Fond Du Lac would be Rain played disastrous tricks in northern blowing limbs from trees and flood mg the SHELBY COUNTY IS STAGINGLION HUNT SHELBY lion hunt is being in Shelby county by following reports that a lion was seen trotting along a road six miles soutnof Shelbyville The lion was reported to have been seen by and Frank who were sitting on their porch when the lion went by and by Ed who lives near Fenns near the Collins Tracks of a large animal were found in the river bottoms by tHe It was learned some time ago that a lion escaped from a which passed through Fenns Station a few weeks BRAKEMAN KILLED IN BLOOMINGTON YARDS CAPPER LEADING And Paulin Is Ahead for Governoi in Kansas NEWS SERVICE plete returns from 50 out of 105 counties in Kansas place Lieutenant Governor Bsn Paulin in the lead in the Republican nomination for governor and Senator Arthur Capper is running ahead for renomination to the United States Atio6 Harry ape was killed In the railroad yards here He haJ just come trom a trip was believed to have started to cross the tricks to board a train for Wallace big There were no witnesses to the He is survived by a four children atid two broth one of Jesse lives in The body will M to Wallace Junction for APPLE IS PRESERVED 40 YEARS WITH CLOVES f apple preserved forty years with cloves is the unique possession ot El Druro mond also has an him as a gift when be wasrctfy 28 years ago by the fire depvtm which he has preserved by pter the entire surface of the fruit V M   

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