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   Washington Democrat (Newspaper) - September 3, 1924, Washington, Indiana                                WEATHER fair tonight and rsdar DEMOCRAT IED ADS f 1 cen perl CLASSIFIED I Ode word I cents Reg They getf i results f 1924 if THREE CENTS WALTER CHAMBERS HAS A TALK WITH DAVIS IHESIW th high school whereas wilu much c Well Equipped WithiMachine Heavy i in Restricted ront ie defenders of the town toll Jgradaaliy to their po t 3 s and dug in for a stubborn e trlcted zones and wfcre believed S tfa Irii K Sept most of the Asiatic fleet iccofrated in Shanghai harbor for protection of American I propertyJhe United States government today awaited devdop nts in die Chinese A formal protest to the Pekin government made by the United ad the other powers against precipitating a naval battle in harbor has brought no i American destroyers and eight gunboats of the Yang Tse patrol are close to Shanghai according to the navy department These the government might become endangered e Pekin government bunches an attack on the war craft of the lutidnary leaders in the harbor and on the The1 military situation on according to the latest reports is not expected to result in a decisive victory for either side un naval supremacy is Parik Sept sailors have been landed m is officially announced here tonight ire than troops o alack on Shanghai ider cover artillery ire with hnesjrolllng tie af ing forces advanced on the en nghnl was filled with excited picket lines around the sonos i led by foreigners 1 i entyone l Varshjps were In hat harbor today t Including American h armies areapparently well led for modern They achlno heavy artillery bombs and In Splaces the armies are than lies apart 420mile Fght Expected to be Accorapfbhed in Less Than 1 his next Linton last according zen and his pbysIelaHijiiiovy say the crisis Is passedftW that Bartlbw is out The Aimerifc tors left Ha land for Va avia New Found land for P ctqni Nova Scotia at nij Atlantic time today according LD radio message received here from kas fees The jnes passed over the cruiser Mljwajikee 1UU miles from the takeof oj eastern standard time The weai had been rainy and overcast wirly in the Told LaFolIette it Gaining More From Republicans Than I Ulio Tlim Vrura Aao JMonry cleared as Inn Flyers took Radio rtpoti a from destroyers stationed alonj theroute Indicated conditions generally favorable and It wasihoied that the 420 mile flight wouBd bcj accomplished in less than six hcjursj democratic pi today set out in sli is a leiiKu rat in the lineof t he ud vie nf it cratlc buss nl t hat lie cannot i j nois or any if the nnlcks n lh khat n sense of wai County eobniSrthU mornlnsrBdDptc ed the budget of county expenses for 1926 and fixed the county tax levy for next year at 38 cents22 cents for the county fund and 161 cents for the county bond The levy for graTel roads was Used at The county levy oa the same as It was last The 38 cent levy will arise a total of for next Just JiiOO details of the outunder the total the budget rstimaud iattles yesterday which marked inlng of the itwecu the rival armies In the 10 civil war was In progress on front The flr lUld ie heard from Che Klang forces are drawn ra senilcIrcTo defending Shang Tbo opposition troops are sta fj directly in front of the Che Results of the early Jng arc would be The total levy for the ciy of Washlnlton will be close lo which does not include the si iclal The Tho record to within tent perature today tijlnt record torjilu coldest Sppterubur 3 in the history of the Indiana wejither At pqljck this morning the rjglslcrett CO established on cool snap w corn delay lite state for fear t maturing ofjthcj Warmer Weather was forecast fr temperature will average higher than Thej cotjl weather is general throughout IhcjjOhlo creates the by that he Is nally a man i fear that ho would be calughl The n phonso former if Davis by the siram if the Citizens bank of Tell surrendered to deral authorities here on demo Davis was told it to carry Illi stern states impressiorr f t lie ns niveff to leadt is crHtic ten in So far as t hiu t be demo the s i unearned he He had been a from jus told litiiti hdimfwyprdluluanu was tolil that indiniocnii ic ma chine Inlai that Siiuitiir llce for three Sliaerer left Tell City in September11921 bi tween and in cash Kolletle Is milking Krahr inrnads on and bonds belonging to the bank It I the republican parly than on the H democratic Shacrcr said that tic had wandered Davis will t all over the He bud between and In Ijtmds speei tinfirt of which is at on Septi mlir r mi lh 1 Walter of slalae chairman was in to day fir a onfenncc nub Jnlin W democratic pnsi IIIMIII nee Chambers ill e a r port on political inns liana and will datis for national CIIY SCHOOL LEVY IS FIXED Al ol of Sirifl Niv An IncrviiM nt Four in There being no I at the John Hastings Will be the Speaker aft Exercises at Eastsitje The prograiji Commutefor the Defense ccleJjration September afternoon re ported a iimujtive program to thi general cuniintttiijp in a meefiiK al I the city hall adopted the Ojvtjss county r iebra i lion will not In lii the houjr being postpontMl j until late in tjlealay so thut j und the various Ohio railroad I Il I IU K IiJ Ihe city school board Tuesday evenj shops can Members of ing adopted the budget of school ex Ihe general penses for the coming year anJ flvod the total levy for school pur parade and th urge that ihpsa take In tile Th ctpebrallon will general poses al on each J10U worth follow Of taxable The levy Is also urges can ride h divided as follows seventy cents especially the and lo loio for the tuition fund fortyfour cents part Jn the for the special school fund and nine The parade fflljifonu a cents for the liquidating The at and will mcvo levy for this year was four west on Walnit L West cinln under the levy for next I south to Mainj to Tbe Increase of four cents was north to Walnut east lo Kasslde made ntcessary because of Ihe heavy park where tb4 fexercises will ha ACCUSES KLANSMAP OF KILLING Septi cultural problem This ject will be amplifid in a on 7 I cost of street Kvcry sub al n court robin nation al guardsmen Clieatbr Reid li widow or oneof ibe nioti plain Saturdays battlfc hero today accused Klan of her nrfDT BANKRUPT piece of school property In the excepting Allen field on the north was affected by the street provcmenl The budget also contained an estimate of ap Iproximatcly to be raised to meet the teachers payroll for ths I coming school if d fflf form ij killed wore got out and went over met him with a sawndoff Chester called lo him not I but he did and Chester fit it A petition to have the Auoniulilli com pany of Ii baillkrnptiml Smith of a reciUvi federal court here u shoot Petition fill i tors alleges that rrTT fJr trppcfnt1 luMfliiig In In credl ilu lla NothiiiR lakes a in bilities exceed 1 The company has ie 11 opratlns his loss of i monh fur the like seeing a place to sit last eight months the ojtuion AMERICAS WORLD FLYERS WHO ARE SOON TO LAND ON HOME SHORES AFTER HISTORY MAKING AIR VOYAGE AROUND THE WORLD ALBERT IS NAMED k TO SJJCQEED YOUNG js former of the treasury partment of the United has accepted the post of agentgeneral of the reparations Jilbcrt will suceed Owen American lawyer and business man appointed tiiinprarily to the post last levy of 88 cents made by cy roun n ell against lands and lots in the i lo pay for the cost of street Inter This total levy of la divided as follows City civil city county lw township gravel road Thlstptals MUSI ba added thcstate which Is ex pected to bo close to 30 the making a total of ap procimately The county au ditors office will have to carry a ppc clal levy of SS cents on lands and lots In the city of Council made compaartlvely few changes In the estimates of exiense for next but there was a thorough discussion of every Item in JR ENGAGE IN FIGHT WITH ACID H ault and battery were placed L both Edward Bellow and Wife court here today following an duel in which the Reductloris made febolh were badly on some estimates while otlicra wtru lilccly to IOBC his left The allowance of the hbors who witnessed the fight superintendent for deputy was staged In the back yard nnjjasted about twenty the woman threw half a hire was reduced from to There was H cut of 5 iOO n the the woman threw half a estimate of office expense for thr Blaipbf the fluid luln her Bridge cstimats Tho lo protect reduced from 10 up his hand and of the i and a claim of of the Hoosicr i spalshed ovur Ills wifes company for signs alons rail spase usband adinite tliat he through thj ounty over wlfejs face wsSaitlll wet with the The sheriffs fund wm n Contlnaed on Prngn lario Auto Race Killed lous Tlacer Seen on lianapolis Speedway any Killed in fa nuttf Italian automobile race today when his machine during a race at Brook sta accompanied by bis mechan had covered one and onehalf laps when his machine crashed into an Iron fence while going at terrific The machine turned turtle and burst into The mechanic was not seriously Resta was one of the best known race drivers In the He was entered In several of the sweepstakes at Indianapolis part in prac tically all of the big in the Lnlter States and on the He held a number of world speed UtA ERIK NELSON Petition of John Beckett el a for public highway and remonstran ces calise continued for trial on Oc tober S by agreement of Petition of Slanlon Barber et al for vacation and change of Viewers report road of public report approved and road establish ed auditor directed to certify same in trustee of Veale The parad School j f j jlo3ge3 j American Leg Horseback rl At tnd patk tbe ty of sTatng Music by foIlowIuR will pre 1 Singing by AluoSpncc Star Spangled by Andl j ij The to be county wide in Its scope and all sections of the county are to have dele here forf event which U to lest the effectiveness of the mili tary defense acU September 12 vra3 set as the day national test because that Is Ihijjday John J Vershlng retires Jo private t U also the annivteedary of the bnttlo of ajclqclslve contest In the World i As a part of rCoaUnuctl test enrollments Worse Races 9 Of 12 For 5 Miles Train Crew and Passen gers Finally Persuade Horse to Quit Near tons wbUh On down leaving mile aftc ingly intent only tn In its track U behind seem reachlng the land of the rising During a slight breathing of North formerly of tbip i stepped forth andJT endeavored to 3Oni of the of tnc error of prides of the Baltimore Ohio rail wayg Thc beast the fast early morning j onn pass a who saved train for the which is due In hjs convenient Seymour at was put ojand rontliiMed in tW course to shame Monday morning by a j rail was charKt of How bul unknown which took and IJau the race with the speed demon were In dan Seymourand victoriously held Kor of living as own until the assembled train rrew vfni on tie and assistants finally bested It at jn bad made the Flemings and drove It from thirty Although the antecedents of j at pIemingSj mllts east of animal have not been traced the hoit called aud the train crew is certain that it has lraln fiasmcntcd by top combined blood of Single J ycilunteijp stepped to the Wildfire in its veins as it fought to ront aod Bging retain its honor and prestige pfebe is fin galloping madly down the pcrsuaded to abau taking all bridges 1 don tne unequal and let the As 12 pulled out of Seymour j train go on Lpon being morning tbe which convinced of this Jie horse galloped had apparently been lying in HBmally down a tjink ooto a farm I for Its in the yards east of stood sadly gjjSing after its re started headlong in the direc cent playmate as train went down tlon of Bell and whistle the were of no Neither were the i 12 train is one that was threats and entreaties asking for wrecked recently aSMitchell when it right of way which it has always j went onto a hit a been the custom of the train lo use i resulting in the ieastant death of Many were the John and fatal cations remarks direct jnjary of Lee fireman jed at the animal which stood in no awe of the huudredE of the engine down a d three coaches   

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