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   Washington Democrat (Newspaper) - December 27, 1924, Washington, Indiana                                l St l 5 t fiiifi iili THE and much colder 19s Sunday fair land coiff inued Jalr light VQLf LOCAL POSI OFFICE MCTEDTOBfIN of Annual Busi new Necessary to Promotion i Apparently Has Been Cillers all Indications tail the Washington postoffice will ptep inta list of first class postoffices with th coming of the new year The goal i apparently been Watched in the total of annual re Oncp this is attained it Is the understanding of Postmaster J McOehee ithat the promotion to a flrnt class office Is It is Unusual for a city the size jof Wash h iriuton to have a in the tfrst The Washington office I as been f bordering on promotion to a first office Tor several years but un till this year the totiU receipts have fallen a little short of the of offi business required ces fn the first It seems cer tain now that the Washington of IJoe will go oyer the total this Unless McGehees predictions are wrong the amount will be exceeded by at least Although the change from secbnd to class will be effect with the close of the calendar no official recognition of the Ion will come uptll the close of the fiscal yiaar In j TO become a postofrtcf of 1 the firjst class the total stamp Which Includes parcfel pos ex cludes money order must exceed It now ccr triln this will be exceeded by at least Graduation i day not mean piitrona bat it In Burns9 been named by Attorney Genera Harlan F Stone director of the Bureau of Investigation in j the De partment of Justice He jsueceedE W who resigned during theDougherty toa first c much to mtst of the is important to Po4t ass office faster and postal em Requisitions for supplies attd equipment sonsidered fljecessary wil be met speedily and withoutqnlbb ing In order that the mvf be kept up the stan r ofjjie first With j It is pKhable that woney window wilr ol 6 great business w largely to ihe aggres JlcGehee In olng afteif business and to the co tperation ihe entire postoffice e in the efficient handling ot all In the recent Christmss rush the locil offijie never experienced a busier On TuesJay before JlUirlstraas between and loij of first class mail were Ji counter on the stamping Machine showed between ikM HloOfj outgoing of first mall Were handled in Tuesday The rush the day flood of icfOre was even the Se4ere Drops m Temperature Air i Reported Front Minne 1 sola 7 oeldj i iwoeping the northwest Qoday ajn novlng eastward and in r ported from northernSJlnnjesptsiS ttn northern Canadia ni expet Ifntiie Twin jltles it Was 20 i aad 3ff ietow in Manitoba i temperatures werp Calgar 301 Medicine B2 belOu Winnipeg 28 Minn 20 i The Nebraska j and Iqv also teported severe in ten leruture The middle west is sufferii g severely from demoralizatlbn of facilities in the storms of ten das Illinois and Nebraska are tiuilnrly hard Central IlliiUf Plea That icityjCJivi urei income jt impetus tod of Mich man of mil of coin f CduizMis Secretkiy dustrial tho pub tax law government soclated Is hiltt pany told it he ganda tipn when know iKWjBS Sen ltien j j invest djlhfe hie tain publicity lot givenj gnfcat tor Couzena aiidichaiir gat ng bUsi gq signed bhi Btatimept t away s nc CJouzens ipropa is illfe 1 jfin tionf oflhlslciSittpetljtrirs i T i i he abcjit ydurj for yea era times 1 CH in fay or itatementj Of ury Ntellpni and Wg jlnr aimed that the present iess and the who jas Motor com ho himself ernment ifor ane year a Ided slg il bliclty usiness nian ou v lat wants inclal condi at any time information s hiring the tlie ct Tne condition driver of Wednc sday At tern itblch his three sisters and hbor rfoman this antsat is wtiere Chapman Ij Cj en gineer ofth4 Bttuck the autorn Says flihe signal arid blell his but the train llisfon was All U Wild Star Itedj Aw ience at Show Held in Detroit as the The unuaua oral occasion being the of the Dodge Gun German Par inibas sadors lh igree not The conferiitioS n ate to Gcriji with Marshal etperts Jjkr allied a 1 as beendjone d on ne fcev bejnislpaiia Uy their cjom I flepaiuiBe of public er for 1 of biir vfhat ss lea ers 5 any eflorts I city of reinattis outside practically telephone isolated and ttlegrajih i packages lettcih local offlc4 force succeed d in tlcar Jng away every pltjce oti on Christ mas excepting five packages And It was not the faull of the of llco force that these fivi packages not Onfe was ad lressed the adtlregsee was not at home Ih a second and there TV ere equally good reasinb for not delivering the other IPostal employes that never before was there Midi a flood of jilrpt mail as there was at this servue Northern Indiana and M nois also report great ThotLsaiuls of smash dovvu in the storm and repairm have liainperod ty Hundreds of new wire breads are being A trim the groat JAlthough 110 deaths ftf today blurts bf persons jvere fro iTntins are rnnniiis ftir Heath harg JJ4dar The y on overj Jernii rect provision when eged ictioi is in of Evt cualion of ched iled for Jan Ues I Francet by theinafin hfti allied n any in the posl I ilsari pamenti proi i sailleii an governa newspaper of 3tresbemanri wh claims of such d annlve In the were p j Foil enterti entertainment was helu m Brothers plant in He I so ic 450 agents and guests esen wing nrnost was staged in which Cow the heirt ol one to bodge Anal d nt Uy the ue phrase aj peared today in the Minister h declared allied icoyefy are without lusty fromthis serious can to the not evacuate Cologne the newspaper added omnl wrong to XSermany 192 STAGEDBY ralam Brothers staged an ent rtalnrnent in Detroit sev ary The rah ima press cam itlaycd an important f the event Detroit contained the followlnijf tigers leoiA lous knimals back lie only a of Amercan big gama not a Jtroiiti the Afrlcah jilnglesV Wit bam I rotht rs motor onai t avenue Br6t a giganJic an inaisembly room ottbe l ersv third and ot GiB club waa hew tf guaicltttf nietnbere stt ijrere present of tts aftfeals ipjrt etclusi P was Chicago mi nod and f id as being iask a bandits rwatched cd m Vec er oj with a staffjof was brpuglfr to DC oil In jne memb rs Fol jorner of tho loom f the Howell w gliiss who n ado glass souvenirs In animal shapes as the banquet w int owirg he i that re bel irid the f pillle WiJliatn Suitji evpryj per son RIVER T ROADS ZERO WEATHER BUT j i HE KEEPS SWIM 1 2TFor jbjilf down yearH members of the Uoifis irtingj in told netvspa per Whilc well in again rajpid of a ffew lays Once the crest reached the water tell f ister than it day in the Ohio river on Thiinjks Christiiiiis and Sew Years A IOIIP polar btar saved delth of i iStcQlSntocjSlyniillipnaife ar rlvedilierlloldaylitrom Nevy Mexicc 1 l questions and if certain per I I jown freej will wliq ready isuer all ct came It hus now r rtiid all i flowis averted The but of its banks into th needed about of an over itream crept lowest bot cliibs reputation yosterllay bui i 4iys it was chilly local livy stock dealer I fad I Backwater overflowed several c roads near the Hawes jschool house f west of Ice formed oWr tills back wajer anfl traffic over Tho e roads hut b walk over six feet of to to Ho didnt slay in Tbo thermometer was just a above some of the was lie sheet still t the water is goni fron MOJHER ACCIDENTALdY WOUNDED BY Y00NG SON Uiviiled Seven to Khre Tells i Court Whojo Galled in To day Lbs Angbtesrj Kiil jury stands seven to wfiy ona but the Jurors out M wot I eeni I NMltk Will th i ca y ind 1 idtvl s H the i iJsJ L rs 6t guests came l I net r r 01 OWIIIE were a snaite ed ino a jungle and seited about an t Their first Kurrise came when I colored lights revea ed a typi cal Canad woods hunting Appe rlngijas the campersi were llam Kay Giaham and John j Is Du ing this cene one the hunt ing pi ccided thai Canadian game was too tamo for him arid told Tjts rvlce ing flotid ata IndlcatlOliS t iftt ttlP f AtviAnalf i itlc a message from wh th said a there and 11 if the crew jjar captain six Called before Judge Crailat the forem an reported Abat the ng of night had to six stand beei BICKNELL WOMAN BREAKS HER ARM John tjt West Seventh suffered dislocated left arm Fijiday morning wlren she fell oh an ioy catch ing her weight She also suffered a badly spralticd A French Inventor has recently patented a thermostat to be placjad in tho connection jbctween motor and the radiator of an It Stops he flow of wa lor Into tho radiator vhen the tem peratureis lowl thus permits to on a day hunting trip Morris years accidentally shot seriously wounded his mother Erniiniiip The youths g caught in the trigger of his rifle to ask a few rtaln persons ricantj Bbjike of S FATHER al loditn t Ma haVjilhlticstjBd father ol Donald i wio died suddenly 41 the c iifjees ofj Big Wr rail cad In was 16 and ove and is ion jwas eeii the motor to warm up tho temperature in the jacket il rises to about ICO d hit the regular opei normal Kney was struck in the jdo meu by the Slie in a ser ous condition at l hospital I RHINELANDER j ALLOWED White Mrs LeonardBip Ml monthly alimbpyjj ant O fees in siipTem oourt litre loday pending trial uf the annulment action which hu agrees Fahren batid bases on Uic charge tha shejoriio is and permits matriagefi houtjsts kjiowu her racje hert eldfjr Honald JHe has of jthe lleath son CbronJ5 of UO Eho r sport1 the jury back into the Counsel room to con tinue its That is Judge Crsil on the jurys He and the in case we it to McCoy was lod to his cclli jtry will Deliberate forni of and thre lusliitlon it decide verdict is to go to but believed possible tor jMarlon was some If at Loa the jury In the locked up ed tio an ng j part ot jwo big trial of for the nlgbt shortly middle west ifter 10 ocloclt last stood to six tho foreman said In reply fo a query by Jildgc Throughout thei deliberations in which sixtysii ballots were rumors from the jury room said tha i majority w4s Jn acquit One report had It thatthe bal lojting was elevenjto one aad that a woman juror stopd betveenthe folrmer pugilist and comp inior of plans for M African trip the f llowing The camp ers Were roused by a and of thb IrU told of a dreapi In which appeared lordes of wild apimals th A jmyri ed oh rei baled a large propcsal 1 ii Prominent MnnM Keiik 3TueS Ol will ailllliaia i crowd second surDaboii State ba of bright Dubois tpnnty fell df ight ion bois Count Member 1 llusinesa caiihle of the k one of the mostj prominent jbpsitiess men UtllJfcJ engaging ln al con d t In o it climbed white unixwwiiun jd followed i with pairs nib hdrte at Jasper Ha jaguars from jwliic he had bpfen to serle as an 11lor years of fiIenttft at of the trj iner of tho art wan Clyde 2 lyear old memjber of the lagbnbc kWallarc one he jyoOnkcst trainers iiJ Hie tinted if4 I After tlia surprisi thci scene shift African j The this time was oii 10 actually ijavc 1 the with the banking Irtis which he cashier fotr the secretary ol director jscveral in dustries treamrtr of the Hoosier D Jsk anld leaderi is t a POLITICAL LEADER DttD APOORMAN lor th i 27The late Fjred iOssenbeifSt for thirty years Fepubliiian political boss of soathern left in estate valued at only acconllng to application of letters filed nprobate court by thb IiThe estate conssts eatlrcly df persoual to tr and Pape and CJiestcrfieldi each relat ed i xperijenccs on Africajn hunts and as Hope told of seeing pplair beas being trained in lights aga n appeared over nln i Gnjcnland polar brars entered the areilii under the clacking fWhfp of a ifoncluson to tho realistic jungle the throng wltnesstid act tlhat probably anc thrtllins as any over seen in De tro i I Standing but 5 feet 1 inch in ht weighing pounds iet famous trainflV of theJHag showsj displayed coiipleti mastership over nine Afr lions and live Bengal local and civifc thlrt iatioi Novem w fur tlie ra t drbt gli i tnen begi resuli oiifirenc the cai iujfrl iHfffl trouble suffering given ah connected out to marked t tion of pabt 25 Chamber He ialh oary kin den ana CIYIU juunicsi of the KnigWsf Columr an LJ i lnp pus and tnG uiKs i wld and wo cqUrl Mild a student at Indtapal in thel high survive Mr Sschneidcr was a of the Washingtob of and well known amping the mfsmbebblp I rpUn Ft1ri it 1 the Officiate a s iof th burial of ttho The Elks are family desire tie delegation fiom lodge will attend heir lodge broth Schneider was Jon foremost citizens ef the friends ed here oif a membctl s ia said to be tlje only one i world iri which the two typjes or malstj mix in the r The jittle trainer was cheerW thi ecu j as time afteri time he the animals to do his ag the Taylor was tafcea assembly hall aun introduced animals were brought to De twospecial su tded F How into th the The Funerai day morni Elks lodg services a following officers o anil Feb elds geesje and thci them nem ha lerettee ittee o Canning bt iti ex at indi betyeei Ujyes a i flat Ion ex its city ea the can rodinto bnsid mbe lavbxii wijitlfth nnofcice bt he and the mVeUn stu Sl8J MTi jiifereno w WnmlU WE 1 for t ft Sb jervatloi off y thai 1 he Is klijdH of U mis w jich if uiijusi V jhe resided Bad man Washington havjingv1sU many He of the local Elks lodge He is survived by hii wife and tw services will be leld Mor ig and ofScirs the loci I t Il will be I the hou chaige of th at Which zerviees w atthe ocltwki Tb the many Ells to attend tie funeral i possibly Can make arrangements do Of 11 be heH I desire i a Ni Re failing abtdt t Sebas brc ther cocie by he coi ditit i was nil aw lien iClev tld gir fekper bete yos as g s weri house e fum rs re litedithe serioiif i and jof his H e ot life this 10 the T r K M llantsj draijl j son in l I Tb t 8 poll t cember rul hu gadnft rtraterffe hear IK inclu Ic be law v c m hut Mannfc perint altp scoyi onln okell S7l Het FOUND FUMS her t fo as fan by w t atti a doo eirs ol was there ness o itlives THRJLLOFDEAni 16 thffill Offtfeath The n the in en   

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