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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - January 27, 1912, Washington, Indiana                                JANUARY 27 VOLUME VC Attend the Republican Re Organialion Meeting This KELLER OUT INVESTIGATION BY THE PROSE ber Korbly became at j threatened prosecution by the rail road company and so told j jtHfort was then made to gather In t the funds and Korbly gathered all jta sight end isang Good Old Twenty Three For He will not say jjast how much this man Is supposed I to have gathered In but it Is believed tp be about Keller claims tiat he had communications with iKorbly at Cincinnati ajid thati de tectives are now looking jfor him In 1 i Washingtons New Postmasfeir CUTOR GOIXG OX IV HIS TEM 1LE COURT the Queen Keller assays that a detective from a Chicago jagenqy Is efcpected In Washington at any time to work for Mm In locating So far as The Herald has been ible to flnd no person tie shops eyer head of this man The master mechanics whose it is to keep a record of the i claims that Korbly is a or at any rate he never worked for kho i Mass of Evidence In a Tangled Shape WiU Take Time to JURY MAY GOME Straighten Bj Southwestern In The final clap of the story jvas brought about when Vance lap Jpeared upon the scene a setile Vance claims thathe hasjre The lirst chapter in the game of but finance that calved some money front KeUer slhce eaid been upon good it was pressed frommore than one in practice in Washington for Gates arrested Theodore Keller at his mc the home in the Fifth ward on a charge ending it and of Ihe young man was T papfir rJla placed in jail where he remained unknow what j was I til the next morning at 9 oclock When arraigned before Mayor Mc The proceedings in the mayor oourt brought about a mild dispute Setween the mayor and Elmer Gods truth if I ever told People about the streets do not believe Kellers story when he says that Vance furnished iall thcash for his speculations Tlfey r are rather Inclined to beileVe tiriti Benjamin to no small of and it is supposed that their testimony to do with such ac Keller talked with The Her ald during the noon hour at the west entrance of the county He was making a visit in order to look over something that had been left He said that he would enter into a conference with his attorneys during the afternoon at which time a definite line of procedure would be mapped He claimed that within a days the public would informed of the true Young Keller was released from the county jail at an early hour on I Thursday evening The bond had been signed by John Jack OBrien and Will It is un derstood that these men have been made safe by a sort of bond or certi fied check which had been executed and placed In the care of the Peoples his MAHTIX COlXTY MAX CTKTCXBH AITOMOIULK KRS OF Avers CuitIcss Handling of Motor IU suited in Him Itoinp mancntly streets for a time after gaining freedom and was about town early j Friday morning greeting friends all along tho He said that he haJ S practically recovered from the effects Alleging at tie defendants can of the ailment which attacked him on i remitted their and that the medicine left strike nim In the back and tmnSi by the physician brought about the injuries which incapiiioiie desired He was of a jovial11171 from manual labor as a TsaiX disposition and joked about his conj Charles Hough has filed suit a looking upon the event 3nd Mary a matter of Ing j Ollrlen Strings the iartie to the action art I Jack tho janitor at th dents of Martin county and tht of who signed a note j was originally filed In the order that Keller might satisfy an ircuit Tlie John tho real ft1 an affidavit for a r admits that he misrepre of alleging local prejaSae the true condition to Thp Hpragainst then and the case was teat I the jther day when askel for in o this county by Judge Hastings and Alvln more are mixed np In of thp schoolsof Davlesslthe country of his was in f clerk Was nlcd torneys for young After a Keller would Thp hood and was comoletecl at tlelCenJlng that good plea of not guilty had been entered Xhat occasion brought about a utxt i the court fixed the appearance bond ja loan from Dosch the nelh at Padgett was on his i borhood of He claimed thnt feet witii the question if the court dU was a persona Keller ti not believe was a little HelTnp that her was informed to the contrary androwed some money Herin ay1 the Friday the Davless circuit Harry Stopieac then Padgett said that the order ot the judge of the circuit court in cases to the sheriff in vacation was Hastings offered evi dence In support and said that had been the rule of the court for refused to Che or what it was lintel The commission or Edward It is claimed that several well known Faith business men along Main street sire aic todky upon paper for considerable the ap sooa as his at least one of theserasklnc The mayor still insisted on the 060 and then Padgett called the county clerks office by telephone and had Prosecutor Seal to under a known to almost ev verify his After the mayor had heard that according to the rul ing of the circuit court cases of manslaughter were held in the sum Philander MeHenry as superintendent 000 that Keller was obligatedand that there was ample room Tor of the public of the county 1im in a sum of previous to the defendants to have Dashed Mr n m S totlav he was elected to succeed tlle incident of signing the him with the automobile and will assume charge a has retained the law firm allowed the Burris was the nominee of his of Tharp Gardiner to to run against him He chargesflrrc rleotion for the of ook his the car struck him on the Hips bad and that his spine has beta Faith served Th Herald to refrain from using tils postmaster two terms and was instrufle nf drcjltcoirt bit i name at this stage of the j in bringing the ikal postal defeated bv a narrow margin f the young mhn service to the efficient stpge It has As a Burris ranWde A moot of he expressed himself as believing that life was held entirely HP has shipped his woman and child In WasTi library to a prosperous and He was at one time employed srowlng tow as ia fireman at station and where he will f or Knox conn and has to contribute hip ever time COMMITTEE The aceUe meeting was held In the parlor s occured on the Shade been pf the public library Thursday even ami highway about for the of furthering oclock on the afternoon of Nov means to the accomplishment the interest of a hospital for Washber Ln sonje years has been employed the Andrew Keller and Gill undertaking habits always have apparently not drink or Pavless oountv guilt does from an excellent j and Tobias Burris of northeast politics and with him too After considerable per suasion he lowered the bond to The preliminary hearing was set for next Monday morning at 9 at which time It Is believed a bearing will be The charge was preferred by and it sets out that Keller unlawfully placed the names of Jacob Zlnkan and Patrick both citizens of the Fifth scarcely be held In his itake to complete the work Seal The seconf man la n light to a note calling for Kiimors are rife along thestreet may get complected twentynine years postmaster for Those present were J G Mien known rto last March and Is a son of j always taken an active Interest politics and with him as I Bryan and He grew an improved postal service Is sure to George Carl ONeall and Emma k A t it ivc in out U lll The Herald In the county Jail at neon up to a stout and Clyde Burris a clerk in the he looked every indidowed with common sense and post office Is a brother as Is Vr C cation of a man suffering great menpossessed of a natural ambition which the well known dentist o tal Strain his eyes gradually shaped the course of this city red set far back In bis and that nervous that a This transaction came about last Satthls afternoon that severe other urday and the money was nsed byjmeni whose names so far hare not t mav be court quarters at the Hyatt house anil hgv through today it ntay be a and an weas a black dressed nenily They have Keller to pay an obligation to Johnbeeri mentioned connection with sates attorney Intimated that been assigned to room the real estate It apthe jblgh finance were had sufficient evidence In his Is about the street con pears that Keller appealed to Wll1Interested in the wage to warrant the arrest of slderable and Is llam also a real estate ness of cdurse will bring this local but would not say who inquiries about to float a telling him that he to j Persons were and how had a deal on that would net him a j Prosecutor Seal said that he had ins for they have the best wisheaof pretty The signatures on theistarted the ball to rolling with the Keller was vlsltel by his nt1 every person about the paper so far as Camp knew were intention of cleaning up Allen cured at the Peoples National UT jwlthln the clutches of thi KeDer Deposited a check from thisrind Jn this person about town Urn John Josephine Hefron and EzraMat The meeting WHS ralle1 to order Ackley and Jcslah Allen was elected presHent of the meet Ing and Hastings Martingly read the law of the governing hospitals and a gen numerous 6Val discussion of plans A HASTINGS TO an attorney of I city and president of the Indiana i coin will respond to the dress of welcome at the state n ing of the league at ruary Mayor Barnard win come the visitors to Waiter cecretary Of tie is to be one of the big cxrfc at the Charles James Watson and Reprcw Crumpacker are others ers on ihe formal to the committee of the The committee is composed of the follow tornoys at the county jail during tho The two men who signed a note on r in P r He later solicited the aid ofdealj He saM that he would not reft morning hours and an extended coniast Saturday for JSOO to securp a w p v t i P i and the money was seat ease until hehad the jference was of I loan for Keller visited the GUI Hastings was by the butzpns Loan and Trust money for with th Citizens jexpresses a like Loan and Trust company The entire denl has as yet i It was recalled by one been exploded and It Is by physician and Henry Herr re or a like As soon as it became the knowing ones that development Herr said the patient known that something was wrong come about each day that will was suffering from extreme nervous few hours later the men who were throw some light on the Instrumental in securing the loan they appeared to be perfectly satisfied1 Wednesday afternoon and settle 1 It company late nurko Ackley igs and and Mrs 1 The with the Shortly after theyThe note was made for three n V let the jail Keller summoned a and they saw little In prolonging nelonaed Prosecutor Seal assisted by John Henry Vollmer aid Henry to the blit were not PLANS FOHKSTIIV ness but believed the prescription Spencer and Madison are given would bring about a healthful to unravel the setrlchqulck mediately took steps for Its Ltitle TCal news Is the result of Numerous friends call ut the game exposed a few daya ago by the of Thaodore The n was brought about during the the days developments In the Keller jail and chat with Keller then secured but from the best Information jt knownbeyond a doubt thataulrla beinS continued In the iDosch from loss by notes signed by thatcan be gleaned some startling the personal effects of Theodore offlce In Temple arid and the rtlH welKodo It Is upon this arrests are liable to ibe made at been Bearched and It Is effort Is being made to unravel transaction thnt the suit has been mostjteny i I iieved that evidence was found in tfle statements made by Keller to the filet Prosecutor has called to plenty to confirm many of the reports states l The publication In The Herald assistance In the case his law pairtner about the Just who Monday sfternoon that a great Madison and City Attorney j made this examination has not been rial scheme was being worked created John This would Indlv given to the that matters little so long as the fact can remain It is claimed that this examination revealed that a relation ship had existed jbetween Keller and some prominent business men about Washington which will oomeout dur ing thie investigation the pros or at lateit In the Another detecilve has arrived In no njlld cate that the prosecutor resU Vere talking and as the hours rollel the impression that he has i case more fragments were gathered worthhis on TheBe Aatjwent to the story men Studied theiKeller statement In fAcoirdlffg to Keller as he spoke to all detail Wednesday night and The JHerald he was acting as an Thoridav morning a court of inquiry for Oliver Vance and databllshed to the ioveiat the outset In buying up timeoffice with Mayor McCarty acting at the Southwestern the edacity of was coiislderabte profit was In evidence J Intimated that tie purpose of this Washington to Join and tte acheme hrwicned out to largjfeody to cptroborate Jpeople helleve tiat these men er KeHer claims that one made by Keller to the iwrosecnjhave ho connecilon with the Keller OBI way j i jSeTenal witnesses sumj case and are onljr working k for a Into his conflaenceand eerred as the some of wEom hare ilready but beHere thW have bis conUaenceand Mrrad the some of hare iiready at tlie idwpi the court employed bj Atottg time la at noon bow lone U iroaMtie wtereaboutj Hii A bellwe Uier hare Keller to fWcertaln X Korb When seen at noon Prosecutor said that there was nothing to the public at this announciy the annual prize competi open to school children of the for essays bearing on forest ne program has IB Secretary El of The session win opea at oclock in the when Hatfleld will welcome the rU 1 itors to Responses wTK be made by the Elmer Hastings of At the afternoon opealnr at 2 ihe business will Indndti thp eletion of reports of committees and adoption of The banquet will be held at 0 oclock In the The wel come will be extended In an has for the child to visit and study Prizes aggregating J40 are to be Four prizes will be one pupils of the seventh one to btjsiness WCUW the public to taken Into their The prosecutor saidthat a condi tion may yet come about ija grand jury would be necessary andIf such should happen he would tafce the matter op with Judge He wonld make no statements of any tort for j j The persons who are freqaentUk the prosecntora offlce because of u court of iaqolry proceedinci and one to Junior and senior The subject of Woodlot tlons In the Country in Which I Live anxi Suggestions for Their Improve The essays mutt be limited to words and a copy of tho manuscripts is to be in the hands of Deam not later than November Garnet Tarkiagton of lost Us false teeth and nearly ehock floitb r death on a piece of Beat dress by Judge aai President Hastings will Tto toastmaster Is to be Marcus Sulzer of The chief address will be by Secretary Otaw addresses are Lincoln as a Charles Fairbanks coln In Charles Book waiter the SelfMade Charles Miller The publlclsm of Our Martyred Prerf Jamos Watson Representative packer by the of he republican state central comjjlt There will be short spectres other FOUR TOLEDO IEX X lles of the commission firm of FHea Stephen bock and Morris Jones and Dahney were indicted the federal lary yesterday for Tiolatton federal larws relating to tttt tnrer and sale of   

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