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   Washington Democrat (Newspaper) - July 7, 1913, Washington, Indiana                                KMO VOL 333 WASHING I INuIAN PIES AND L TTLE BOYS DAILY EDITION MM NOTE SENT TO BULGARIA FOR MALLY BREAKING OFF DIPLO MATIC HEAVY LOSSES IN BATTLE 3VXX Dead and Wounded in Weeki Greeks Continue Cross Service Bpdly lATDR HDRIFT IS BOY HANGS ONTO ENGINELESS DIRIGIBLE After Exciting Ride of Several Craft Into Islanf But Lad Is CHAMPAIGN BOOTLEGGER OPENS FIRE ON POLICE WHO COME TO ARREST CHIEF KELLAR IS WOUNDED July Ser Tian government has addressed a aote to formally breaking off diplomatic relations and announc ing the recall of the minister at According to the latest Servians havfe recaptured The Senrtaji troopf have occupied town of Kotchana and all the ter ritory as far as the Greglanltza Desperate fighting preceded this the enemy being driven pursued by the A semiofficial describing the militaryposition after five days makes for the first time the admission that the Servian arms have Hot been so uniformly successful as was previously The claim IB that Servia has prc vented Bulgaria from executing her political planof gaining by a surprise attack possession of the Macedonian territory which she wished to occupy pending ServiansTaken by The statement says the Servians were taken by but succeeded In repelling the Bulgarian Little by little the Servian army as sumed the forcing the Bui garan right jping back over the river I retreated in Describing ijthe five ucys between Vardar and says that after hcjJdlnfc a greatly superior force in the Servians obliged to Thus KrivoUik fell into the of the It that this Bulgarian success was J innicnificant omiartd with he SrHfiun filerest th Bulgarian Lost In Another sQiiiiofflTicial communica tion says lastiweeks battles were the bloodiest and hardest foueht of all the battles in the The lost killed and ed the Bulgarians The IttilRurlan losses were increased by the had organization of their Red Cross service and lack of communica tions and Their wounded were left on he the dead were It is reported that the Urrtks from Docian are advancing toward Krivo where a fierce battle has been raging for the last three FIFTY SAVED AS SHIP SINKS Harcourt Rushes His Disabled Steamer to Dock Just In Time to Save New Jnly sound John which plies between New York and a leak off Beldens City She headed at once for the city dock at City Island and sank there Just after 60 passengers had been taken That there was no loss of life is probably duetto the quick decision of Harejnrt of the After fusing Stepping Stone light word was brought to him that water was coming into the He saw that his ship was settling land realized that some of the plates had given Without waiting to match his pomps with the Inrush of water he put Ms helm over and made for the City cThat was the last place be couidVJIe up for several miles up the soimdXj YEGG ROBS EXPRESS OFFICE Posse of by Hunt Who Held Up Two at July highwayman held up and robbed the United States Express office at secur ing some ca h and several valuable an I at the point of a gun demanded thjit the agent retreat Into the and stay deY penalty o The robber then jj Before robbing the express office the highwayman appeared at the home of a The expreijs agent gave the alarm an hour a fieri the robbery and a posse of 100 farme headed by the is scouring for the hlgh New July ensincless and rudderless dirigible weighted down with 80 of rock for and George 21 years slipped from the hands of six mechanics at the Palisades Amuse ment Park and floated into the nil It d if ted ovtr the palisades where maelstrom current picked it up like a toy twisting and it shot feet into the The youth was pitched forward and With and feet he clung to the bamboo In a few moments a gust of wind came from the When seven min utes had passed the dirigible and the boy were out of There was no escape valve in the gas and no one knew it better than the young aviators Thirty minutes after the ship left he Palisades Park it was seen froir Long Island City and other Every report of the dirigible that came in said that the craft was not only to feet in the hut that it vae sailing along at a dizzy rate of f The dirigible ballcon rarryiligGay later lell into the waters of Long Island Gay was stared by the j crew of the steamer whirl sighted the balloon before it reached the waters a mile and a half off The dlrlKible sank and was picked oft after swimming for five i Policemen Dodsworth and Kay Wil liams Are Oliver Disappear With Bullet inLeg COMMITTEE DRAWING UP PROPO SITIONS FOR COOPZRATING1 WITH i BIG FETE IN ERIE BEGINSDEVELOPS STATE RESOURCES Celebration of Commpdore Victory In War of 1812 Attracts j Thousands of July 7 renlpnnial celebration of ivrrys victory at the battle of which began yes terday with a jxacf will continue PVITV afternoon and evening thnmshout the wipk An elaborate programhas been arranged for the entertaipnunt of thf thousands of visitors iilready here Thcelebration in this city Is but one of the many iirraQcnd to commeimirau1 naval batli of the war of It 11 The list of iwl brationa ill probny with the dedication of the IVrrv memorial now nearlug completion on South Dasa near the west rn curl of The old DuPont powder which was used fur the transportation of ammunition in tha war of made an overland trip from the Du Pont works in and arrived in Erie this when a reciptjon in its honor took Financial In Forming Societres to Provider Service of Fcrrn Experts De partment Lending GOODYEAR FIRST IN AIR RACE Entry Covert 652 From Kansas City in National Elimination Kansas July on the landing places of the four bal loons in the national elimination race made by the aero club gave first place in the race to the Goodyear bag of which landed at West an estimated dis tance of 652 miles from Kansas While John pilot of the Kan sas City IL telegraphed that bed flown 730 In the Kansas City which descended at Aero Chib officials figure bis distance at 630 giving him second place In the Third place IB accorded Honey well in the Kansas City Post which lauded in Rockport and last place to the Million Population Club of SL which came down at a distanse esti mated at 590 ICE STRIKE FINALLY SETTLED Cincinnati Granted Pay In Returned jto Work This July Ice returned to work thlB morn thus ending an ice strike which has been in existence three has caused much suffering and forcod city officials to seize tha ice plants and i The jlrivers and helpers are to be grantetlan increase in jpay anij recog nition of their union wfll be nsubject of The fengineers and firemens unions will be recognized and deiiiands will be t July bankeff the report 01 he fciKral commissiqn studying the system of farm credl ahroad to cooperating with farmers of A committee of Hie bankers is now drawing up a plan of cooperation which Is expected to fill the needs of the farmers in tile way of land credits The bankers believe that the flrst idea should tie to develop the land as much as possible In the way of pro vidiug farm simplification of I seed soil im provement and and de velopment of cattle raising and dary Developing Farm Kansas is so largely an agricultural state that the bulk of the banking bus iness is with Naturally it to the Interest of the bankers tp de velop to as great an extent as possible the states In several counties bankers have taken the lead in organizing county agricultural societies to provide for the services of ft farm expert and the committee which is now at on the cooperation program is composed of bankers from counties where these farm experts now are at These farm demonstrators already hare shown that their work is the most profitable investment the bankers arid farmers could Yltlds Are In Leavenworth which was the flrst to employ an Investigator and hundreds of farmers have changed their methods on the advice of the the as re ported to the county agricultural so already are apparent in the wiy of increased yields of fields or Im provements in other The state banking department Is working in conjunction with the bank ers and will have drawn up new laws that aer necessary to further the plan of Idea as who recently said that thu bvst thing for American business would be to abolish congress for ten With a oonjmittoeof the of whjcli he is the presiding in vestisatlns the lobby at Washington under thi1 personal supervision of President the vice president boldly stated lhat as American busi nnss is being run at present the busi ness man If hnund to spend nnd to liave n representative near thi FLYING BOATS ON A CRUISE Leave To f Took Part in a 10Mile ID JILL LOBBIES COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE ALL PAST AND PRESENT EFFORTS MULHALL CHARGES IS CAUSE July for tlie hydroaeroplann cruise 10 All the boats took urt today in a 10mile race over a oft Grant Park A i of on the cruise announced as Leave Chicago it noon Tuesday Michigan nisi July S catawa noon July 9 Lake July nicH July lii night July 11 Markinar night July The mip for trophy wlll bi lieie JjIy IT at Mackinac Is and will leave there the mornini of July night July Hay C night July Port nisht July 10 De 2 July AssociftTQn Stirs Ire of Phase Will Be Thoroughly DEFENDS BUSINESS LOBBIES Vice President Marshall WJ Hilt Congress Should Be For gotten for Ten July at Washington by Amreican men justified inan extradrdincry interview given i Vice Thomas i In his remarkable talk at the hoBpe of Way land a Taft in whom he the president also declared tbatj American business man ought to tiiir get congress the next ten Fe saia that to this in had Triplets Named for Wilson Valley July born a few days ago to and Andrew Gunderson of this city were christened Jessie and Elea in honor of President Wilsons three COLBY FIRST VOTER Goes to Polls at at 7 to Cast Ballot In City Hall July women of 13 matrons and two cast their ballots in the first election la which women voters participated tinder the woman suf frage Out of a possible voting list of 409 women these fifteen pio led by Clara came to the polls In the basement of the town ball of the the first woman to vote in tinder the new arrived at the polls ahorUy after the opening at 7 She came lift ing her white descended into the cemente4 where the elec tion officials were awaiting the vote on the proposition fora bond for a new town PARDONED BOY BANDIT DIES Afgot Slayir of Duluth Po Meets Same Fate as His Companion in July John boy pardoned recently the murder of Harry Du luth died at the home of his mother at a vie of with Charles shot Chesmore ifter he placed both Under arrest folloving a toth boys at the time were 15 years Melodrowskl of tubercu Jidsis shortly arter being irom i 7 in vestiaatiori by Die par ticularly Martin Muliiall s i harges lhat the National of Mun nfactnrtrs influenced forrnfr hut rnougli cover alleged olib ac tivities before by a resolution from the It would direct a committee of seven merabcrs appointed by the speaker to inquire whether the National Associa tion of Manufacturers or any other organization or corporation or asso ciation or person does now maintain or has maintained heretofore a lobby for the purpose of influencing legisla tion by congress and ascertain and re port to what extent and man If at legislation has been im properly affected or prevented by roa son oi the existence of said If it be found to exist at now or Mulhall Senators Reed and after an examination of the mass of Mulhall telegrams and expense ac subpoenaed by the senate lob by committee hare determined to in troduce all of the papers as testimony before the committee this Every opportunity will be given to the house to examine the Under a blanket clause In the reso lution the house committee would haye almost plenary authority to probe all past or Regarding the specific charges of Mul the resolution provides that the committee shall determine whether or not the lobbyists of the National As of Manufacturers or the as in reach or influ whether for political or sympathetic or any and if by whom antl in what manner To Into Bribe The resolution further provides that the committee alsoshall inquire whether Jnoncy was used or irnprnner was exerted by the National Association of Manufacturers or any agent accomplish the defeat for nomination or election of any candi date for whether members of congress have been employed by the association for the accomplish ment ofany Improper purpose what ever and whether improper influence was exerted by any personto secure the appointment or selection of the committees of the Chairman Henry ofthe rules com mittee presented the resolution to the iAn agreement wasreached i to allow 5n hour of general debate and opportunity for I July Kellar of the Champaign police force wasreading a warrant to Ray Wil a Williams opened beginning deadly gun Qght in which two persons were killed and two were The dead Thomas policeman shot three times by Ray shot by Chief after a desperate handtohand strag The woundedare Albert chief of police shoul der bone was broken by one bullet and another lodged in his arm severely beaten on the Oliver shot in the leg dur ing the Feeling ran high over the killing of a veteran of the but there was no ona on whom to VMU as Harding was not involved hy Chief Kellers Williams Threats Williams has been under suspicion by tiie police for some time as a but not till last week was definite evidence Spe cial detectives made purchases from him and turned In the Wat rants were issued and given to Chic who selected Dodsworth to accompany Wiiliams had made threats that would never arrest andit was known that he carried j revolver and a His animosity I towards Dodsworth originated some shota of Williams i appureiitly ready forthe fired at the Two of the j bullets took effect and the bootlegger sought to club Keller on the head and hurl him Bootlegger Fights i A desperate handtohand struggle with Chief Keller strivingto I wrest the frun from the frenzied man and 10 intricate his own weapon froin his lie fired three shots at txfore he fell was abls to call to who ran up revolver in Williams fired three bullets into Dodsworths t Despite his Keller siim i monrd but Dodsworih and Wil Hams died in a few j Youug Harding vaulted from a via bandaged his wounded leg and was last seen on the Big Four railroad THREE PROSECUTORS NAMED McReynolds Chooses Special Assist ants to Attorney General to Try Camlnetti San July Western Fuel and DiggsCaminetti delay in prosecuting which re sulted in sensational resignation of United States Attorney will be tried by three special assist ants to the attorney Word was received here by Benjamin Me acting Uniteu States from Attorney General Matthew Thomas Roche Thoinas Hayden were the special assistants named by the attorney general FIRE WIPES OUT BuslneM Building on Both Sides c Main Street and Thirty Dwellings Have Been July a town at about the Illinois Central 40 nilea below practically destroyed last i It is estimated the loss will be or The fire originated In the store of Graves and spread rap The lowd has no waterworks and the people themselves into bucket brigades flghtthe j The buildings along Main on both sides were About 30 been de stroyed and many people were made Thetwo bank buildings Walekr July thon sand dollars damage was done by taut In where members of awoa tmraed   

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