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   Washington Democrat (Newspaper) - December 20, 1924, Washington, Indiana                                SATURDAY I Head EMEG FROM STATE GIVES PROMISE OF CHRISTMAS tw6l Frigid Temperature Should Lift From Mid dle Within Thirtysix I My United n least tiffeenlpersons were killed AS aresult of thte subzero weather over the middle west ac cording to Information gathered to day were filled in thtfto in two in in two In one Kansas and one in The deaths were due to from overheated liraMlc and exhaustion from The polar weather should lift frwn this territory within the next ittiriysli hours weather bureau J In tho meantime the middle west glrugellng h the gigantic task of clearing up tfcje tangle of broken telephone and elegraph and pules awllnK byer the disrupting and slow iuf up railroad and Interurban scr Where sn w and sleet covered nib da not slow down service to a laik of Wire facilities farces extreme JtHo drifted to Ohio iwYero dropped 40 1 doting the Zero Is In prloBpeot and nfore than 800 polos ar disrupting Nearly all ot Illinoiswith the ex of the northern portion is Jractlcally Limited ser la obtainable to Lottls ani her Missouri thousand persons urn added in 1 Louis because ot train Property dam tran Into millions of dollars Tr la twelve hours Jate SO A white tflirlstimui was fore by tlie United States wea bureau In fore last bureau reported the probability of told weather anil ijnow in every portion of the United States except the extreme 1 utli and Je HTfMPK of tlie tute Hinlley Dies On Her 04Jh Birthday late night at her ohe sister the ledule DiHi uptcd Friday nnd By Severe Stonu The cold wave and sleet storm af tod very materially the handling Baltimore Ohio trains in and t of and on the aprlug Id according to rallroud1 Tjlie chief delay on the main e at The is tejiinilnal was frozen op almost nnjetely and considerable djftl ty was experienced in getting JSD ies In and Practically all tle lays pit the main line were at to the condition lu the uis i Eastbound trains several hours e Friday and Friday Trains at should have arrived in Washlng i Friday afternoon did not reach is city until after 8 oclock last eastjbound passenger in was three hours and fifteen MiP i i Walter Makes Threat With Mieal Cleaver Agitinst Two 1 Escaping who pur sued them witjij i men got an automo bile afterj Kidd In his grocery on Meridian street Friday They toojk a sum of money Kidd at which one ot igd pair removed from the casbjdrawBHqf li Kidd beilbves local men per petrated rdBUeryjas they knew Just where to look the money drawer and botji werercareful lu con cealliis their wore a mask that completely covered hh except far two tiny holes cut for had a handkerchief tied around his head concealing his mouth and Both caried Kldd lhad idellveryman to the garage to drain tile delivery truck radiator and alone at the He had sills baik tutned to the doing 3time figuring when the men notsiessfy jii Stick cm ilip of the fleitre intimation tbat the tnon were In the an the command i In a moderate was Kldds first He around and found a big revolver thrust within two feet of Ills tocel Kidd did not uotjce the standing a little apart from idq one who had ho un up ft lie show hoWup cleavcr In Jle grabbed inteudiug to 1 the second raised the Seeing there nutcs late this No dif two mijai Instead of Kldd icully was experienced on the xceptfhe trjouhlp of ejj to steam properly cold ranch of the was hit y the jaleet it being reported hat the wasj the worst In hat section for twentyfive yielded and o thc men stepped emptied L it dents of sent n cr for corimiaaloi ffip fire marshals offii i The arc wit lout power end heat Aw to j the coltl wave which froJM up their electric lljrbf plant aatl water chief deputy boiler of the state industrial boMjcti left for the jttjrlelrta Appropriation fa Attention at ion complete record bchl certain future adjourn today for I Ip ltOnd an un During the pait important measures liSve yeeks tfro been final ly disposed deficiency aid naval rcconditfening wire hanging over from session On Muscle Shoals the pos salary Increase the Sot into he come atlon b 11s king shprt such a muddle that of leaders can foresee L The thirteen approfe which the house is n Wire Commqnications and Rail Lines Still Handicapped But Condition ern Indiana cracking the from its telephone and telegraph wires today in fyu effort to reestab lish coromunica der of the state ion while the remain ill ivered in the sharp est drop of temperature of the Telephone aijd telegraph compa nies were mending their broken lines and erecting to replace those that were laid tin the Trac tion companies were taxing facilities fo maintain scfeduks Die In diana Service operating lines In the handicapped mprallzcd by and Icy stixrin was alter hiiviiiK been still de wires Trains from west were running from live to elglit hours lale into the frcss cftrarl it ma a holtj fy 5 Indianapolis iniion Heavy sUet with extreme Cold ihade firlfiE difficult and the relarj waleijji In the Wabash river n th ot Vf abash were checked as the tiiiiippnjturo dropped Other were bank nil lu the iioijuiern huljf of ilio ut started Irecedr while the work pf will require this senates at tention as soon as It reconvenes Three of them already have bucn passed by the Opponents of Ihc IftiderwooU MUs clc Shoals encouraged by tleir ill to 29 vlctdry on the Walsh amend ment making leases subject to the federal water power feel dent they will be ablate defeat j measure alter the iaj backed out of the They darted acrosB tha yard near closely died last In of Princetons most esteemed died on her birth day annlversi She having observed her 64th birthday Stewfrt walked to a school last night f became 111 immediately after her H rival She was removed to her i Borne at oncb but died almost a f goon as she iiras taken Into the housef j She had been In falling I some time and a year ago she un j derwcnt an operation in the Mayjo hospital at j Funeral will be held aft Princeton it 2 oclock Monday af pj RECEIVES THREE 1925 i MODEL NASH AUTOS ROPOSES CHANGE IN CONSTITUTION 20 A constitu ipual convention for Indiana la posed In a bill whlch has been sent the legislative reference bureau or drafting by Lawrence the youngest 1923 leglsla A special genera election with Hhe use of special or general Hunttngton representative In he ballot are questions Carl son proposes that the convention wouia not meet before 1929 and popular ratification could not be ac complished before about ar bills failedin the legislature of 19ia and lines of In the bujt losing As the men neared Bast First 1st reel a block aifay Kldd they were headed for a j waiting the whlch he could riiake out When the men were wjthii feet of the car balanced himself and hurled tile n eat cleaver kt their fleeing Jumping rlnto the car 4he men Wereoft In fact the the question study is gaining Sen of republican annotinc ed today after a call at the White I believe the senate julll matoly adopt the comrilsaion plajn of disposing of Muscle Shoals rather than adopt tho Underwood BUI Smoot car was Kiddjls u motion so quickly that to believe a third man waiting for the pair of machine was headed on Kldd bokjlat thffpacljjiijie but Jack M teen carrier who saw BULK OF GOMPERS ESTATE TO SONS will of ifhe late Samuel Gompers labor leader probated here today left the bulk of his estate to bis sons and allotted to his minim amount of the estate was not reveal get a good cold caused si y averted da The coldes dally in Itidi Where tho n but the weal temperature 3 below zero tiavc been pr ty crippled 1 of f point it virlual ycury at other ported offl jl gistered zero burejin suid the ad probably gone 2 or points that v HTHI Cuei jDupued J Continued i faf it WWlis Mine Workers was clectei by the the yeslerdaj American the Unltei November jt fai a circuit ourt came after next term 000113 t l Cafee4 hours disposed the ten Federation 10 i i Mil tho vijcancy caused by he death off Samuel president of thij Fodeiftttlc p Mr Gceeen serve the unex which ired term sea next Uck Vented from reporting DCS of ClUklrcn vf IVTreat rd With ill Present lor The Klks will have their annual Christinas trjue for the poor children of the city at the Klks home at 10 oclock Christmas Money Compere ober EHgabeth Hoy plaintiff restored Elizabeth Gr OSSL ex rel I B Chapiri m ureEnding for pit nti jlVorce del Clark granted i Alb Ixpress trfafttyverruled i Bng couniv Ilcquists for an appropriation approximately for a Aide testing campaign and County council put Itself on As approving the construction Certain thflt proposed cc unty unit o outstanding proposltlq 10 before tke equity coun Us last of AJ i he clige up the years whatever deficiency appropriate were cc isidered Coun of the Then he fcar It as a well used Dverland One of the men was other was of nedlum ing to Kldds JUNIOR HIGH GIVES CHRISTMAS CANTATA The Junior High under the directionof gave a very entertaining can tata program in the auditorium of the Walnut utreeet school Friday The parents and friends were Invited to attend and a J large number was present to enjoy the which consisted of tihrlst the homo will be open from j Children attending the part ty will be entertained with music and Suula Clausiwili be present in person aid each child will receive a Sack of an apple an and nuts and in addition there will be resent fdVfboth boyis and The ffleials of each church are asked to see that al th needy description of I JMTiiF mas riolln Following solos and a The Washington Auto company liis i received thtee models I the will wasj drawn November They are year to supercede the made UlCKf ilWQOD TO BE SUED FOR DIVORCE in Wall unlucky at OB borne of the governor general ofj tVK who came into through bis a mar meeting of the ParenlTeaeHei a As sociation was held at whicl i Miss Irene SpHziwaa elected and piano Miss Dully assistant was takisu up discwheels and fourtn 1921 when he married his ti wheel brakes ail standard equipment f on the i leaving his entire property tcV Cold Wave Arrives tylercury Hits 5 Above River is Rising But There is no Immediate Dan ger Overflow ingly suc speculation conduct etii by caljleifrom Manilla a year ago Is to he sued if or divorce by bis thb iMorcoxer juja statement not un tiagcd jk jlhtlc young who iThe meeting with talks on the reading of Abscene literature and the use of ciifarettes Snd a committee com osed f Mrs Ross and Elmer Peek was appointed to see vhat could be done to do away with attire and the use of Davless Ai secre is at prioiient In France is not a suc f V fi cess f And even in i The weatherman nwdc good pii his cold wav prediction so tar as Wash ington and Davlesscounty were jcon The mercury here to the m nimum ot five degrees zeroprelicled in tho weather fore casts foi Friday night and Saturday morning This was the official pad ing by local jweather observer early this morning This bart of the mplre fortuante than northern Indiana awt parts of It i disrupting all kinds of com and interfering with the operation of Numerous frozen pipes were re ported this morning by those wlip ihd not takeli precautions to pro vent Arrival of culd weather wjlf bo timely in checking accord Ing to the weather Streams tiimatedi ihe not believe be re had up in he stqclf market because he had cabled i send him MCORMACKS NAME CLEARED OF CLOUD in northern I to overflow tlv idiuiia were beginning banks a result of recent Locally ihelrc no immediate danger of an overflow in White riyer The river has started to rise but it not more than onefourth bank full and with the arrival of colder weather It is believed an overflow here will be So faJjttUe west toVkoV the irher lias risen McCor rommittee was alsoiapjpointci is composed of jElmerj Mrsi W IU obscere liter cigarjtWs In membership This Creag uart ot ink in mtimbe iblves let the roprlation go over at t withstandingthe fact s of the board declared thj sympathy with the mi A shortage of money was only n it why heir congregation arc in tho treat children present Pro Ytsslcjirclavs SI Robert Keed wlllileavc Monday for Louis to spend U week with rela f I board priatlo tt Hession approi Vfhlch1 fit the crease ovld George Fai and Cameron neit meeting wtH be held in TAX CUT MADE AT COST OF 100 j of income and war taxes bj last spring cost the governrj y in reveniie during the first five months of the operation of the new law the internM revenue bureau reported Income taxes collected Ifi the peri showed A compared is PAYDAY Tlioughtfui of its employes at the more ti Ohio lluilruad Company will distribute second pafr checks ifor Dec ember two early ijq thut huntu Claus will not be dcliiyid in rcacliltig thcs homesjjofany of it announced from thlj office Of the of II j his aflcrnopB that the pay will arrive on numbihr 1 rembflr and will be distrib uted J flnanc 1ut Daj befort emplc an ol Farm propwtkm For Cef tatedf trustees and tru to a e firs f inclu vs orce mat er at RKOI of t diBtj tea dUchar port allows dljs irlbutipn to matte of Dieter trustee Ortfl i m tt Alonio and Islnc rchaBirr held Bank of Ice of tjij aale a 4 I rvpor jturo ti trtif negsendi il had hot passed on ropositions at press tlmelj was a disposition of id authorllie the ap at It was pointed board bad at the morii made appropriations tota mately a part t least was not provided for next by the amount d for In the Ibvy Jed the McDta toft year t Ight result in an embarn al situaliouL it was poll men and farmers appe council In j behalf of tho or the ntatlve of tho government J unty agent and Austin Tijiniey of n Cla dt mot kh t t J f ifnez Shopta U et Cham Melvillo cer of the Davless C presented the It was pointed out thaji testing of cows for tubercnlosi health measure of admitted portance Martin and counties have made approprl Ions for this kind of which that Daviess county can I not sell their stock in these co Stica and that under the law now exists the state and So cos thi too ne conui decrease of a irpted declared himself In years today fol lowing the clearing of his fcolinettfon wJth a story of blackmail jold 4jtfidavit published in tBoatojjJ had known of od July 1 to December 1 5the for five years he said told jit Had been hanging like a cltmd overbis happiness and his peace i of After a woman wit t affidarit was published in the triaj of six men in tried for con from Victor Too Ucmoiirat three luslv Haniersly this afternoon with the same period last wisllfd him and A most periius new Jf from the HamTslv Mii the t out uor was able to bring cellaneous taxes includinc many war time taxes were abolished by the new law totalled decrease of The only sizeable increase was in collection of tax is on dues of end sporting organiza tlons which jumped i bis store addressed TIip Kortc was In box wa4 a preent fof eveiy uiembier of the foNJf from work hirts tliejhoys hack room tfr sillt stockings for the iociety edilbr and book The whale fone in lU thanks I Marlon nty gu the s a Sine md v 1 Aft ker ndrew roleum C I vl Ketchcnk eta Burre fi eady lorn ri QU irtejj G Ha oogh tv LIU irbleum Co Vivian M iives S Connect IcutjMutui it asKume part o thp A law is i pending to It was and if t much delay the county have all tb I torneys various conn a presented their appe cil to give its approval t ruction of the roads ked the reopening of a c oug previous ef i the county unit roads d on having failed ouuty commisslouerb tcrd of the construction jjjf putting the question j he comiutstiionerg were a bqti their session gt menu on claims arising Kfiom tlje Ge r George f Home B ODonnel lor et bum et al H P 11 Mand B Nellie Aflce B Clarenc Fred O y ef Hack igo Scott Gulre ker ct Hall VB Vts Snyde BOLLIN OF structron of the Bogard Indian of I secretary day to si who has fective K EVO eft er Insurance f g Jgt ft i r M ce 51a Earl e J uu ear FJeWs arker Ai SE 5TA1 air the jstat WiHlj endere rd ill M1NLST are worlds most crimi maybe someltody got his I BOARD cCalii CENS B J ed the ms dtor t IB pj 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