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   Washington Democrat (Newspaper) - July 7, 1924, Washington, Indiana                                THE WEATHER l cloudy and unsettled tonight and i CLASSIFIED ADS I One cen word three 1cents per They get r JULY THREE ARE STILL DEADLOCKED IN OKDKU FAILED 78th J 4J liana 16 6 6 17 3 1 Tflfh Junef Cox Arrives in New York to Attempt 1 Harmonize Discordant fl 365 rU j I 10 j gfttions Pledged to McAdoo Are Getting Tired Was Only Candidate to Refuse to Release Sill h 4C4 73 GS Madison Square New July nomintion If 6 1e thepreaidency by the democrtic national convention appears 4 u Watertight when balloting will be I Fhe convention recessed shortly before 4 oclock this afternooni an I will reconvene at 8 30 4i2 I Samuel Ralston now rises as strong possibility for the 71 Senator Pat of is authority for the f lOIPERrlTITS IIIATIf MINER MURDER JURY DISAGREES Tim jury ris Walsh iii I IU Hitch 4 6j Meeting Wfll Be Held at Chy j Hall Tuesday For Members At 24 i July n n rl Stanton and Tom Editor Democrat in k circuit cnurt fur Now that youve found llm of Rogers April that works the must in Wils in nnil wis wliy not look Charged Sa u relay n h around and ste if you can Caleb LinclMi cate the that works totwo for conviction on tinlast least It 0ught lo be fully ai iul vole mi the rirst lial und there would four for no doubt Tiiany tered I probably by proxy I that the compelition w milh 8 R 4 Membeijs of the Washington Coun equally as try Club Will hold one of the In case you succeed hi a1811 j Important meetings which the club I eating the party rntitlcjcl 1 fuesday at 41 Ihe little blue clock at the city The purpose J eve we coulci find sonic i of the meeting is to adopt new By enBers from Vincennes that and complete final atruuge for the purchase of the ground 16 j which the club is now using for its i t G utnat representatives of eight delegations met this afternoon and FHrrjs on Ralston for their voting tonight providing everything according to The strategy is now to beat McAdoo de until he no longer controls a veto power in the con McAdoo RalsU 6 Wa golf 21 vefii fankhd then swing to a compromise OCT Taggart was busy all afternoon in conference with state 7 ga inleaders but Taggart does not wfint to bring Ralston out until McAdoo are definitely killed Koosoveit New July Me IAp a crushing defeat in the democratic national afternoon when theconvention by an overwhelming a resolution to suspend the rules forthe conference peace 7 cd I lifteereport recommending that delegates be released from thi i and obligations to all The vote on the resolutio jj Kr resolution was Yes No did in the does not disturb the unit rule but it throws the convention wi I s many of McAdqos delegataea desired to get ail i Y was demonstrnted when several states which hod voted steadily Mon Wa litn cast their for adoption of the resolution suspending U JttM f A I I urriedfconferences were in progrers immediately upon adop Pat came to the floor saying he of eight states who intended i tionc iljeen inieotion with i i r v Robert Bender i Correspondent Madison Square New July first action of thq convention todayin the or der business was tocast aside the peace agreement signed byjall candidates except McAdoo to release their j delegates from allpledges and A motion to refer the report of peace committee to con veAtion committee on rules was voted Then the 78th roll aD showed no material change M V I QUI19 Ot HVCCJ Tom Taggart became more i from the last ballot taken on Sat 1 Virginia switched ten of At the let it be under stood not only that 1 am not a candidate and I will not accept the nomination if tendered I do not know whether I can be of anyservice btit my sense1 of grati tude and duty tells me 1 should fle York is staking1 ejvery sonal loyalty in mainti his veto power will be te One that all delegates their pledges It all the candidat r The other McAdoo hirnsell the unit rulebe s twothirds prd New 21 fi i 27 J21 6 The club began the season with a j plan to increase its membership I from fiftymembers to one hundred in order to make the purchase of grounjis The move i me nl has met with successand at the preseiit time the club has UU 1 1 ling on his per of death whose needing only one more to j reach the mark When this is reached the will be i closed and only a vacancy will per mit a newcmember being taken The country club is enjoying onei of the best seasons since Its More interest Is t than cverj before by tho rtombars 3nd large i crowds areconstiiiitly on the courseenjoying the pleasures af forded by Sunday handicap tournament was held which was won by Marry Joi Herliliy was Chief Executive Prays Thai His Son Might fie Surgeons Are might Hi July As the hour n tnday Jalvin still cluiiR to life with uu unhellera tcnacy in face iif dusDeratci Althoagh hih condition at waa still critical the fdct that he ia half through a crisis iil whiilt the doctors gavo him 1 in rhanres and was e his hours afterward put in the sick lor the first tinje In 34 hours those iariiiK for him prmitted to bilieve perhaps after all ho prosl of the Inited States prayod to MAKE BIG ML to liave medical attention for numerou aiid which she siistaiiuH in ail Hiilo Fridjiiy n the vVuslungiiin just beyond thcjday at the bedside of his youngeit j river sa Ilicliiiell Only a little better than a j tlplning chance to livo remained for I and k West Sixth Calvin doctors agreed In Ford they were toward wtnn n Man at Bedford Was Run driven by a Washington And Killed By His Own at U Not ay a iiatioqN executive but aa a father knowing In full measure a iunilng from Hit opposite fathers grief just aa It comes hendoii the Ford humblest In the Cqolidge When th4 flentiiph began its About forly or fifty metnUBPs par third week jUhii 1 1 1U 1 were two pfopo reprct quits of the iwc there ttclpated Oi the QVOIU whlcll ils bjeforc the t ue uyuiiiittlly Iting Ithc net re Trap sliootlng is taking end adjourn r i TlltSijtin trap I hu provided iWhleti jhiirh bctiiSf r released from Thursday afternoon Benny Was signed by aij expert shooter will be July 64 years was run over killed by his own automobile hnriv His wife found his Dunham wtui wusridipK in hrought the simple rugged New Eng tlie front seat was thrown forward lajid faith of by the force of tin her head i tljat his son be uud arm striking windshield and With the president was crashing through Her arnj was nearly worn aut with anxiety body beneath the back wheels or tlnijhBdly lacerated ami the reand sorrow for the son she lovea car shortly after ho had left llKJIHUlred house to ru nit out of lite tariy in wfem knupltoil hfldly three ityelh Shu ulart ttus The garage Is situittcdiM n bijulses and piinor Bavaral feet above oiKors woru t tn I 1 I except Mchnnd at regular weekly shoot allow the members bow It should be osal drafted by done Mrt Mounts has a record ot suggested that astituted for the It is unnecessary to the need of agreement be tween the Nothing will be gained by going into events or conditions that have come and gone since the conven tion I am not here ion continue jko vote elaborate in spite of the i by the governor didataes with th the votes it had been giving to against any candidate but tl I am Rimnlv tn imftatf nnrt Glass from I the favorite son to am simply to initiate Joly New today decided to I for Smith greement signed in which all can exception D e agreemen develop a purely democratic and L i ci allegiance to nonfactional movement out or McAdoo agreed to release their iv l The pc caucused and approved the aci tion of the governor in signing the agreement btit reaffirmed its lAISiALS that li from the garage ajid In to stop its minncniumt when It the ties fn Hoi wjiom tho finest Kurgoons ol Wash ington are almost powerlcua txi of the While HoU3a have been JThe wntcii9l at hoHuWju Huark ol lite was early iKIs was dn cqnsclous of iMullnr if delegation Stricken i Her which will come both a nominal no material other morning ballots al though it was evident that and democratic j Adoo was having difficulty Until the existing strength of more than onethird is broken there is little hope of breaking the Chairman Walsh read the ma jority peaceproposal when ihft convention was called to this There was no ap plause at the conclusion of formula presented by all candi dates with the exception of Adoo and there was scattered ap plause among his delegations when his suggestions were Bruce spokesman forces southern delegations pledged to McAdoo jare getting tired of the merrygoround af that is going on and getting jTexas plans to present a reso lution calling for the adjournment of this convention to meet in Tao ne other city two weeks from ne The McAdoo forces it is un derstood will vote for such a re blution this The Smith fo ces will oppose such a leaders are still working upon the Joan well known uuil highly woman dlod unexpectedly at the pretty fam lly home Saturday evening about Heir death was due lo hean f although in poor Ind July Five son persons were one seri and the atltci driven by Kuan c is in whicli they were was destroyed U ill Tt ltestmin Itcil flre as a result collition five miles Telepbcmi Coiupitny lrom southwest of Muncie on the MimrleJ 1 lerling Middletown road this morning The injured are Orvillc July An noun cu 25 years South Main Aninient nas madu at the oftlce of seven ribs in Muncle Qrandi today that lie had authorial hospital serious Orville Attorney IOsh to severely cut below eye hndi Junction uit nKaiOst the Indiana bruised Francis jfleli Company at deep gash hi knee Thp slllt to restrain Ihc cis cut about oon3panv from increased i Sfai Cylinder Popular Wfll Be Fea ture Tonight Marcella 11 years deep cuts aDout PAVEMENT ON DIXIE BEE rates wlililfST put Ipto effect on July Six Cylinder the most popular comedy of the will that 46e suit would bo bo presented al the cljauUuqua lent Heel as soon an number of detalli The Ellas Day players have given the patrons In other cities the through which they tor tnoved h the to break the deadlock urfew a break comes today or submitted by chair tonight radical Steps are expectedj man Walsh be referred to the 1 Smmhtee on rules No and Newton D Baker andp t f and Newton Baker Ralston that be conlri the nominee ion an c rin cVith It settled At time the public service treat of the entire program In their Concret n a statement presentation of this health forj a year or appearedj on the Dixie Ilee line betweensued by the chmnnan and two memThe theme of the play deals with a to be feeing better than Princeton and Branch was com1 hers tinpjopcjsal of the Inpair of newlyweds who purchase a Shortly aljter supper she stepped topleted Thursday afternoon and ihr rilaiia hambfr of coranicrce six cylinder car and mortgage their the back Her gap between ITlncHoi and Kvthat it an as in adjustment home o pay for The ensaJng was on ttje porch at the sawansvillc is now with the Hirans complications give rise to many hn her about to sink to the andiception of that part of the road will fitfhi tills thiiiK out if iTmorous situations which never i he He called his i Evansville which is not yet open UikK all the failed to excite the audfenco to laugh Claudia and his uncle gaifl The stnry will remind each who quickly re1 The newly completed inrtion nf hearer of a time when ho was In the Long Distance Not to Pre but Teufel was dead the road will be opened traffic j GIVES NICKELS FOR or of some neighbor jabout August the contactor has ft RETURN itytwo years She The concrete must set for Saniwas borniln Dubois theil during Mlich time 1 a whole week urped Thomas daughter and shoulders on either side will be hullt leaving the flephoMojand Barbara On jwenl anrt a tin before i ssi fwas united in marriage to Contractor Cunningham is moving sent Name liijianapolisl July wlrtiin a 1 She si I Jon e democratic cq e for convention sweltered to day in terrific pames the democratic presidential nominee of four years came to New York to day to attempt to harmonize the discordant forces of j the conven Declaring that he would not accept the nomination of the convention if it were tendered to Tiirn Cox stated that his only in terest now is directed toward 1 a and shortly after thelrihls pavrng outfit to a point near Ha raoved to and work to which has been their home ever Cunningham ferry this tjon atPd illlre lhis unio tw will be completed a few George Brennan both rose to said there was to sure that it Would require a tworauSE hlm to Ulo attilude ne thirds vote for had mainfoinwl Since his formal It wds evident that the withdrawal ffom raie Sition to McAdoo was getting j TeleBram5 pourpd in tit the ready to fight every step of the ton home resterdaj ami today asking way and McAdoo lost the bjm skirmish of the day senator told i were Claudia of Edward ofi The eFlgel ConstructioH the latter being a linowhich Wednesday broke all pacing I week I changed dlmp fur ti n One night on irfiving the This will be the last time I Shall and tte curious him what he lid ii h he mpprrs 1 his wspaper men that mers voted was his tdat the dele overwhelmin k a viva voca would ttol further consider his banging together the j i bame in the factions of the He The calling of the roll waa then1 type operator for the Democrat for eighteen the she is suHived by her Tfufel was a splendid wom posseting a sunny disposition and a kind which endeared her to she was of the Lutheran The funeral place this afternoon at burial Father FlcsJhnmn in Spring Hill cemetery at i viU not favor any special candi begun and the same distribution date he 1 of votes was noted when the 78th 1 Hisatatement follows ballot started as marked the 7 H H I have come to at Madison Square New fornjer pnest of jand Third streets One car was of July McAdoo Johns church west In Van Tree aid lut th Father Two aujtos ran together morn at Hit intersection of Van Trees at the democratic national of the has elected trf fight the field alone died this morning a Indianapolis expressed the belief that a trying etOergency has arisen and the of fices of the titular leader of the democratic party should be ex con where he waa living with his having about a year Cornered by the strategy by the The body brought to Vincen combined forces of Al Ul JmKD tended with a view restorirjg jand all the dark horses McAdoo jies for burial which wit luke place ftoui Johqs church corner on Third to go South and the other carj coming east hit other in the side and bent the running board Neitier car was go ing fast dr more damage might have records for one days jn subwav anrt hid feet expects to complete jlhe i pushed under my pavement between Princetcin and Par I toka within a few days following I which it will mcve north pf Patbks 1 rirer and work toward thei Conning recei agfnt plenty of quar f re nfth Of 1 ttha has had such an The chautauqua tent was fljled to opacity Sunday afterngon and eve ning and those In attendance did not hesitate to voice their expression of the high quality of the entertain The MutualMorgan program s pleading the people of Washington this and today Is the feature day of the The Kllas Day players will present a short sketch lltlg which will be followed with an entertain ment by and Mrs Freeman Ham The aft firtioon program begin at two thirty oclock and the evening num i ham ferry road can ber ar ight the former will admittance thirty cents tho been With the exception of Patbka for anrj river bridge the construction work to throughout Gibspn countj will be tur H completed by early giving a con j crete highway from the Hazleton i ral peqplp fVoni Washington bridge south to Evaasvillej 1 VOu I for children and 8Hy ceiVa for adults who do not 6ave season To a friend and nlght the sfngle HdmitlaneBS ba fifty cents for children seventy five cents for The children are practicing every the Trinltjy vesterday ac witf 1 The Want column today mku who look for the pagfeant cordinc to ope anr day tains an advertisement ot a yobng Thp gjjme iwjfh he Charleg Program tomorrow which will be presented as part of farmer residing in Barr ipenbys who is seeking the of and thei of an i i i several of the Denbys players Clements returned IftItU them Jur a short kfj   

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