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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - May 28, 1920, Washington, Indiana                                5MTT X V MAL 1B8O DKTECTIVES TWO ATTEMITS AT MCItOEK F UIUVKKS KXTKK CLASSIC JAB OONTABOSO GOLD COUJS UXKAItTHED Ind m 1 i w F DEATH OP JBBXMAN PBESIDBNX OKFICLAJLLT JOiKOVXCED IX MKXICO j By Associated MEXICO 22 x dent wlflj a small party of has 1em aTdgltireln the mountains of Puebla since last was killed at Tlax early Thursday morn according to official announcement His the names 6t whom are also were General Rodolfo It Is directed the attack that resulted in 4be death ofthe fugitive and Jits Herrera belonged to fbrces commanded by General Francisco De who accom panied Carranza in bis fiteht from i last desert Carranza and joined the revolu some uncertainty resarfl ing the exact affiliation of It is Relieved that be command ed small puard which was with the fleeing beplon against yesrs He was in the re Carranza several Belief exists that Carranza might nave taken along with him In his Qfarlals forces which finally turned aealnst Tlaxcalantongo is a small village in the northern Panhandle of the state of It Is approximately eightyfive miles from where Carranza left his forces and refuge In the The official announcement was given at oclock last night from the headquarters of General Alberro Venustlano elected pres ident of March by the largest vote ever cast in a presi dential election In his stepped from political obscurity to national and international promi nence on the graves of the hopes pf General Victoria no the usurp and his Simultaneously with General Huer tax coup and the assasslna tlon of President the news went out to the1 world that General Venustlino elected govprn or of the state of Coahuila In refU5ed to recognize the resist him 4y force pqlitl Carriuiza Mine lira social oniS f pt parents in comfortable cir cumstances In Cuatro state of Decemfber Vennetlano Carrana was the public schools of his native state and later studied law at Hie Mexican When he was admitted to the affection of the eyes prevented him from practicing and he returned to his native state to become a His experiences as a rancher then as sen ator and finally governor of made Carranra familiar with the agrarian problem the root of political unrest in General Oarranza wns married and formerly lived In f One of his Miss Viininla Earl proprietor of thfe Yankee northeast Thlrh tiecarae the wife of General Candido today opened a Branch bakery earthenware which contained tit US In gold was unearthed i n 4er the bouse on the John Han in near who were excavating for a the It being in denom inations of and there being J In gold The coins are believed to have been furled under the bouse at least forty vtara ago by Rachel CharUs now who was known as an eccentric OFFENSIVE By Associated offensive against the Poles IB northerly part of the front In the t e glon of the Deresina is continuing to make according to Fridays oWclal statement from Moscow celved by wireless Odon Journal The Ernest pastor of the United Bret h ren church of this was taken to Washington to the county hosollal last Sunday afternoon suffering frc in An operation was pi r formed Monday for the removal of the appendix which the minister ujn dcrwent in good At t le Present time he is improving rapli it Is hoped he will be able to be iback to this city within ten The excellent1 physical condition f the minister is a great auxiliary ward a speedy RAIL MBS uMay pri gram for the restoration of norm il economic conditions was filed wi h the railroad labor board yesterday n behalf of the railway brotherhoods as part of the report on profiteering In industries presented with their ar guments for wase Tlie prepared by who prepared the study for proposes the Sojafer Federal taxation of all excess w profits to make restitution to ti people for gains of A law requiring the stamping if production costs on all commodltl s in Interstate Federal incorporation of all In dustries engaged in interstate com and putting their finances erfederal control to govern se curity issues and stock Continuation of a campaign of publicity and education against prof TO CLOSE j The American Lesion carnlvajl which has in progress since Monday night under a big tent on the Catoel lot will close Prepj arntions have been made to take cure of the banner crowd of the This Brunswick Talking Machine was last night awarded to Roy Bill EsH TRe Kord seton will be Rlvep aiiay tent was open this afternoon for the only matinee of the BRAXCII proprietor TRAVKIX 400 MILKS IX SIX HOCUS May A toy sentup by a large mercantile firm at was found near here by Gladys age the same day it was sent up The distance from Oskaloosa to Brownstown by air line is 400 which indicate that the balloon progressed pt an average rate of six tysix an Tfie balloon was still partly inflated when it de scended In a garden near the Anthony The Iowa firm sent the little girl a piece cut from a 270pound 1 Oaked for la which It twentyfive were SPECIAL GRAND JURY TO BJ By West May A Special session pf the Mlngo cofin ty court has been called for MOD morning at a special gr ilay jury will be Impanneled to tnve ati Samuel the killing o ften persons ten mer of was late Wednesday In a battle betw en inoderator of the Presbyterian genl BaldwinFelts detectives and oral assembly at its KIJKCT in the room formerly occupied by thf Dosch Realtv The quar ters have been repainted and redecv orated and present a most inviting The branch establish ment will carry a complete line or bread and ARKIVKS IX Chris Clark has Just recelvec a letter from her son Private Hat announcing his arrival Ma 7 at Hawaiian Island after a voyage of nine Yonnf Clark is in the aviation the His unit has been ed to duty in of the Is in the same urif with street and Is v TpETRSBlRG MAT GET FREIGHT TKRMLVAt Olay iaUe for a freight terminal to built be Big Four railroad to It raflroetwhlcTi Jsito DRAFTDODGER PHILADKLPHIA OMJ 22 convl draft dodger recently sentenced serve five years on Governors New escaped from a guards at his home her WATSOX TO KRAI BO INDttNAWJBr May Ae cording to a dispatch frpm Wash ng teU re sale at Oakland as of a conference une by the trtre daring the meeting of the andseWcfed They visited publican platform committee it the definitely Sen itoi with Oom Watson is to chairman of the i om Oakland pity IJPalertbttrg activity In this on W ihe j Chfctgo let t Is mj By Associated May The most famous field of drivers that ever faced u starter ta to line np at the Indianapolis motor speedway at JO oclock May for the start of tie eighteenth Interns The retard advance seat sale indicates thafvtbe largest and most representative audience ever assembled for a racing event will be present when the bomb fasent up an in dcmo May irty the house eijinnjlttpe today ordered a fa ot resolutions givlne f li us roan Catnpjel Ihnse ore Tuesd markets of the country continued oppogltlon tno of the demo yesterday to mark down cratic wnte platform attacking the pilots of two continents In the greatovltntlon uuaru iu est racing classic in all the the principal commodity a has voiced strong AnHfrltiiiful for the largest purseever 31 ore Important tbqn the prize purse or the thrills that will Ue fur nished wllhbe thebene fits derivedby the motor For the first time In ma chines of 183 cubic piston displace ment and 1COO pounds weieht will be seen in racing The j pronounced dream of oil drivers since the birth egislatlon the right of Chair said the rule would ted to the house be of horseless wagons Ik to get high speed and power Horn the smallest engine Tha race at In dianapolis will do more to work out the kinks of this mechanical problem Ihnn any other event according to automobile A mono the drivers entered are Ralph De Jules Rene Thomas and Howard pre fMv Associated jjifiFJIr May Amfcrlcaa ec eratlon of Labor pro the military liability of the senate army tho ground that It ohscrlptlon of labor In based on a mlscon meanlng and purpose Ujntunfep of the Chair k worth today Informed rompers in answering thu iripqti oil rcesk of congress over the ffxljy fltj sinfttprs nvention was reached Lhe conference of republican iv4 inn jilt nrlip iry Hajprpo fllrpji1 v ila r May plans for adlourti Tom Andre Jean Jacrf Ira Palph Jean Art Kurt Willie Frnnk Elliott and Waldo Barney veteran auto rar will paro the face leading the field Blmut the 2 mile brick track for the first It was necessarv to cut a hole In the floor of the third The only candidate in v wlbo made his race on a wipe platform In thP has nskpd for a re Ma Is nst ion bv Ga In nd heanquart irs t rnitljtr hjf ty I nri8jnl Spains Ft AIr ti Prank of Iant for the reouliic for state Mc wenty votes to Oliver Stnrps and s com llvinein will c oreratp with the jAm ricnn In raves of ors nnd hurled on Mav AP plv nnrtrop to ts iK i and ort that thp cliira ter of this resort of grjat writer be with nn expensive pas o a farmer anrordlns to fate conservation de Bojvman was cfliiKht us Plcpro and fol l R pis was rennired ne nd costs nmountlnR iStll fl Indi This Informn at national the Ijeglon I recent iH ost Marlon couiitv 24 acpordlne to d Leo This is nn yflvp for pafh The cost of 1918 in Marion conn a1 Protest has citv li Ppiln onprnlre tfp fnmoiiR llvf nwnv In Ppr Dor A the state board of men Jwho hnye curing the state rkn the stafe InstmTentfi for for are Inatfons and Plans are PV IndlansnolU Bov scont execntlvef Every Bov In an olmortunltv tn t hopor t ni rier which Is Ider id by the Ideal organ s r b i WlHlt pan not nation foil sheriff of CORN S NFW May y the Associated K May tives today soueht to unravel the mystery turroundlm two pn the of Maclay states a post in a vacant home across the street from the Hoyne Two rifle shots were fired at Francis flfteen yearold who strikingly re sembles bis RAPS TAV LAW Philip a member of the state board of tojt sugar and corn broke violently here and In Chicago nnd Including also suffered sharp Signifi cance was attached to the ATOP in pork prices as marking the first break In high The stock exchanse showed im provement on a sharp recovery of Liberty bonds and Victory r A large part of yesterdays liquida tion in cotton and grains was attrib uted to the further scaring of credits by Institutions and present tax His statement de Clares that democratic poviprnors and lone aso proposed some such measure as the existing and adds that it Is rather humillatlns to a democrat who Is familiar with his partys history to see his own IKXIK8 TO TO APPROVE By Associated Bxplalnlng It was his purpose to rrfute repeated assertions that he had fceen dlOitory In having prepar ed plans for Sec retary Daniels read to the senate naval Investigating a schedule plans prepared in the navy department prior to the en trv of the United States Into the The navaksecretary testlfled that in 1915 he instructed the general I I1UU1UB U1IU vious winnersat Indianapolis Cliff iDonro in other reserve conformity with the federal reserve Dls pariy 8 nismr iu Sarty denounce the present tax board Pa v I aealnst anyfipossfble TO n addltloBto these ADVERSARY oF ITS he suimltted1 to the The Washlnston chapter of the hoard a probfem based on a deciara OrderAf Easiem tnrs will tlon of war the uventvihlrd anniversary of Its Asfcpd fcy jChalrman Hale to tomorrow The mlt a copy of the reply to the jjajjjeis said one copy naa reported substantial Domestic nnd foreign metal mark ets opened at lower quotations for spot and future Silver proving the only exception a a sllsht rise In Littlebusi ness was done here in copper for im mediate Banks In the uptown or wholesale drysoods district reported additional loan contractie n and most ofthe re tall shops advertised 21 to 40 per in womens Pealing In Liberty ahd evd6ntly in lodce offlcially came Into exist evidently in has he tallon of one of the strongest inri active branches of the or der In the jurisdiction of The regular officers will vacate ting tomorrow past pa prated the elevator In the building ascending scale virtually an i cut off when a wall caved In near d workmen assisted the the second floor of the the floor an prisoners to Permits for lnlnc in streams of Indiana will not be Issued ta the according to Richard director of con servation In at tha dajs extend r SECRETARY IIAKEII AITHORISSKD MOVIXO GROVKR IJERGDOIJw Bv Associated May Past Grover Cleveland draft nfter several persons had applied for permits to remove carp in certain waters where thev claimed carp pre vented natural propogatlon of game Fewer cut worms ore noticed In Indiana and cardens this to Frank Destruction of the pests by robins nnd repeated cultivation of garden are reasonsassigned toy Wallace for their While leading n pa trol of Boy Scouts a wood about three miles south of Al patrol fell fortyfive feet into bidden He wns unconscious ifor but later revived and for Members of the patrol pulled him from the cavern by means of a CIRCUIT COFRT First National bank of Blcknell Walter Hollinesworth and Ed for oollectlon of note Judf ment against defendants sum of May The Blkhnrt which has existence herevsince suspended publication with yesterdays the plant and good will having fceen notjnlred at a receivers sale by Beardsley and ers of TSlkhart for consolti The Review was first pub lished as a weekly In 1867 and has been since OBJECTS TO TnpKS f rlw that his smokes uses profane as with other men and de serted David Deprlest filed conrt here for Four other divorce suits have been filed liere dnrlM the the plain tiffsalleging treatment and Illicit HKLD ded In osobpe VK meon TO 20 bits Rmmbw IK retnry Baker said today in alformal Baker denied published re ports that he had authorised the movln of Bergdoll and first knowledge that the left Fort Jay waswhen al reported his Bergdoil was still at large AXD POWKR IX BILLIOX AXXUALLY Bv Associated May imately in and power Is wasted needlessly J every the United according to among delegatesto the conventions of thq American 8orloty of can Society of Refrigerating Engi apd the American Society of Heating and Ventilating which opened here Although the respective organiza tions will hold separate the programs some of he sessions will tie Victor J a local coniiultln asserted ihe wnste of yHth the resultant loss of due largely to careless ness and Ignorance of econiftnyon the part of manv American flrttaen and enclneers He con servation in the use of that a secre tary be addedto the presidents were nrpphred for introduction nt one of Joltit Thev Declare suchjan ftf flce necessarv the import ant part engineering is In the countrvs SuMecU wheduled to Include airplane construction anir OP Irons and charter members of the chanter will serve In the different as follows i Wnthy Frances Ro N Worthy Frank Associate Hose Xu Ml Ella Associate Pearl Red Fla Nctle Vlrelnla Fffle I Rachel William Vary Clnra Frank Elsie Cora A nodal win hpld aftpr the Refreshments will be WOMAV fAIOIIT May A the traoon line Fvonsvllle Nowbure bore down on Amos n rural and his ns thev were walk Ins i 4 Ofay While was psleep In ad inlnlnr Sun slashed the throats of iherselt four of her flve chlldreniwjtha One of her a girl of died from the two others were In a serious tbe fourth chpfl and the motlier are expected to dprenJrement resultink frpm a long Jllness is fey fif the family to have been ble for the womans PARJIGR TWKH WiT 61 north at ft m long trestlp neir him onto Ihe wise of the trrstlc nnd His wife to the a dlstnncp of ahout twentvfive fept ami sustained a broken hip and internnl injuries apd It thought she can ijot OF OTATFS WILL ELECT GOVEBXORS Of Ftrmfhpw Bctlrlna This TwPiitjrTwn Are WILL RULIXO MAY OK Bv Associated May Jurtee of the United gintes district announced tnat the rullnz on the motion to quash the indlctmVflit against coal miner and wonld toe read at 10 oclock Wmloesday Notice nnn sent tojall the defendants to GO V IXSS XKAB BILLIOX i rtv May The rnvprnnipnfs gross loss In op orHn of railroad durinc the roPirol ac to the final report of Swagar railroad administrator dl rpctor of OLIVER PLCXKKTT IS AT ROME May Oliver the who was made first In Pore Clement and who was was Bund beatified witlj fitting SAltoBIG Thp Mr rbflperatltB sse condnrtsd hv mercantile establish wns sn overwhPlWj to Tjifi public earerif took advantage of and many stores the biggest business week In their SRKKIXG WEEKLY of nearlv all of 3tnn pilntjW In the IndlmlidisVt which Ppsldpnt vice ppnidpni are Thirtytwo SIMes to office also ore to he k Of the eovernors whose terms ax nirp next twentvtwn lire rontjV and thirteen while ventpon of thp thtrvwQispnatOTS e Democrats and fifteen repubU Thlp thlrtyflvp eovernorsbips to be offer R wide both In rrnn Among the state pcvtlvps whose terms expire are Illinois the hlirppst nalrt In and MrtKeMe of the Ixiwden receives i fouryear jnd voarlv for snnnallv for twelve of the thlrty Tw more 000 a flve will ivd or nor of jwhrpe nosUon cvries a Is the only governor in elpctod for ope All haveeither two or fouryear are better than the Jiversce state executive two of the four are appointed for lnneflnlte with the result TO MF37T LEVTNSKV IX JCLY NEW May heavy weight boxing champion of and Battling iJivinskv of New American lichi heavyweight havef agreed to a twelve or fifteen round contest at 175 pounds Ringside on or before July it was snnonncfld here lastnight by Jack Carnentlers American repre of th for oonft tiff hnji kly nur In th wn onletlv under wir fnd l Is thJt theconfsreri TO TASRfl new were of if writhe pf the general e BROTHEB DiUB May Tr vine Inventors of HIP first sti sessfnl hoKviertbanair roachhj his hotnfr here Sunday after snort Hln GET The time andplaceof the Iwnt decided Under Iheieras of the the two Is men are to he notified la Mrabee the will riartey on the Tljs Br Jer It thought to New YorkwUt be srene of the jrqnt If Oovernor signs of WaitervbDI which provides ly and nrinpconr tall Merchan will be olldnyj Wednesday aft during to an the New Afcsnv Rs Thei as ed that all rtose ness Wednesdsr after the sununer RElAtRB Mar or JBotae who hff near had B HIr t sUhmucb the setyitor jeIs In no Immediate   

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