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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1920, Washington, Indiana                                x4 nested hy traced his movements from the time he was said to hnVe enticed the pirl from home ibis city ierebe to refeeiv rg wheie Jt be infdHnnlion that prlfeners had GAMER RAX April An effort early today to catch from rredorict Mllllnev and Happy electrical nlia mode nnottuncert would try agnln frmer wtto with general di of and Klna at Newport for riding four watches found ou them nvwplcibn and oflteera theie t inquiries Odorsauthorl nt to Newport and found the irs to Ibe the disturbances there was rootle hereto RELEASED Fitrai TO TAKB 1MMK DIATi detach ment was left to John commanding Camp he TO BE CHARGE OF FESTIVAL By Associated April MIN OWXKRS CRT By Associated ASIAOJS April Hugh for an iuimfidlate settlement of and englnemens strtUf Dally said to bo the organ coimnti when i pf tee apjnrovprt distance Jrlfphone tho choJw of an temporary chnlknum twid keynote will address the people of Knox and OR flic isHues of the and will nsk for the support ofrepublican voteis at 4 when a presl preference Will be expressed Perry Knox Aunty Wood saidthat Gen jfjat Woods auto would reach Vin cennes way of Sullivan and Oak being met at the latter place ly a Party of republicans headed n In the rouny Chairman to1 the porhe Wood Parly a stopiat promising her until after he had thrown her ng Into Eagle at the western end of the Ray denied that heassaulted the the police ihut admitted he had stabbed her In the neck with a pocket knife when fought off hid attempts to embrace her and j Hundreds of persons from nil parts of the city house yester day and last night to view tbit Tbe modest little home was not able to the urge numbers of people mho called and there was a Jlrie of four rbrenst stretching the parlor to the The wounds in the girls where the murderer had struck with a wore plainly She lay in a dressed in a white The burial expenses will be cov ered thy Itfe insurance which her npd taken ouf for The Smocks came to Indianapolis about three weeks ago from a ifnrhi neir Whore they had lived three WOOD AT Vincennes Capital April at tH court onnai ffnte for the republican presidential Princeton on the way here from Ev the evening of April hut it is likely the condition of the ferry service below Vincennes will make It advlsalile to remain here from until when the train can be Local workers ore counting on his visit lasting until with the opportunity for a speech at the court SPRIXG The Washington will open their spring festival next Monday April it will don tlpoie for six nights and every night will be a feature Monday night will be Moose The oth er nights will be announced later At wood Exposition shows will furnish all attractions for the festival and have many attrac tions tind la their rail road train ProfessorBendlsa Roy al Concert band will give concerts daily and locationis ideal as it located on the TAKE NfcW April Heavy liquidation in the stock market yes terday sent prices In most severe reversals of the leading especially those ofa speculative de clined five to fifteen while General Motors dropped 42 points to Organization that surpasses ALL BANDS that EVER including as they were here the LAST time in free Concerts OF TriE THEATER BOTH DAVS OK THEIR HNT THIE CHOICEST OF BOTH Axn IX CrtXXECTIOX WITH TUB Regular Picture Program IABV MINTUR in OF ROOIIKH hUNfcHIXK AY In THE 1BAXTOM Ott CONCERTS tav evtra evtrn MONROE A Ut HANU for ono of est and best evpnts In the history Washington were put under t nights meeting of the The men who went over the op in an endeavor to secure unds permanent ve a wonderful fair and spring fes val the week commencing ay The event will he held uri er a brand new circus which ill be centrally Plans are rapidly formu There will be a wonderful professional entertnin ent within the portals of the tent igetherjkith the jazziest band mi in the good old ntc And then presents ill bBiglvfeii away kitchen cabinets and her thfnXb of There will be is ot other stunts to attract and At lastnights at which ommanler Frank Tralnor e rcltowing committees were ap olnted to look after various lases of the work In Roy Donahue and George Tickets Will and rentls Ralph chair George Gus Bnrl McfOalTorty and Don El Glen Louis liakridso Acll Gil att and Pat 2 Earl age fop against district pumoei Vockerf of n lluirltjxi til In fri f yjider theiSher maiact the pleJto would take no im mediate action to end the Qrnnau is president the Ynrdmens Bssociatlon and led which originated was last night from een arrested for eged violation of the Lever offidils explained Th era Id a mine at Janf mpany ll in traffic foriearly six years wuHr an open shd A strike aalleil in I and in the suit graving out of i bus managers sorlation announced further ImprovoJ Press PA MEK W1W GROflOf4 n ANTA generally the only features in yanlmens strike Uerg TEX Railroad officials saltl be long before they would have Com Tete forces at work In their ANTA A om By V April tax on all stock transac tions equal to the brokers commis sion has on tentatively of the Metnl Mine Woikers Union in republican jnemibers ot the house was shot and ways and as killed by Joseph new levies for money for who was the soldiersbonus Fnirt the shootins was April teen believed to be Industrial Workers of the World strike pick and one policemen are in hos pitals sufrerin from gunshot wounds unstained in a clash on road near the Nevdrsweat 1hyslclons believe two of the alleged wlp Three other measures for the money similarly have been adopt ed by the These Include a tax of one per on the final sale to and an increase of approximately fifteen per of isting taxes on tobacco and Republican leaders after a 140 votes In the partys gtute a plurality over hi nearest op Sentitpr Hcike tin Kel Charles tOd r and Delmar Xorrls Gifts Marlin chair Roy Scoiblo and Ecl Keller WITHOUT XKWS KACAPKn Roy ijpyter and iPrank King con nued ttt onJoy their liberty today as the police hetul oung tstfn nho escaped fr6tavTJnl CeneriU wriuld have tlle Yardf third candidate on the of the from further progress In the movep saino returns ARRAI iBy Associated April XV A oiTOK STAXK SKRVICK Southern Indiana U now without military First Infantry militia mus tered out of service ut Hvansville by lames It the last state military unit in thdx All other state militia com are to be mustered out by April Future military organiza tion Is dependent on government leg of freight in the local j marked change was Indicated today In tne general situation result OK niHCTKD MIXK Ins from railroad switcnmonst I utvlLo nnd ODratririndlced Anrll Min April aim The shutdown of the Forf tlclpation in tlie strike Inthe bitu minous coal flelds last MOW camiiauys bwauae of n shortage of raw The employess madff will arraign in United States Indlanapojis Jlay i district court In inilpod of May it was The rear end Of a tootor truck of Dumei junk ivas by a Bajllmofe alud Ohio switch engine at thV east Second slroet crossing rent whepl of truck was de to HIXISTKI IX OVKRA1AS ing with the insurgents against thfi relict plan announced thatrthe party caucus set for tonight had beenspost poned until April T Vincennes Capital Warren United States send tor from arid one of the prominent as pirants for the republican nomination for wHl visit Vincennes and speak to the voters IKnox and ad joining counties in the City Wednes April worked out for a TneeUng at the court house at 2 oclock in the after noon of that PKRKORMS SlfXDAV MlST SERVK April Peb son of George Tyleri and Sophia daughter of John both of were married here by the Golden at the clerks offlce The Smith performed the ceremony dressed in a pair of T HOOPS DISPATCH KT TO QLlCMi BlTTE IHSORDICBSj By Associated i SAN April nouncenicnt that he hod compiles with the requestof Governor Stew of that troops he to as the result of mlne strike iToriight I men looked as much like th clothln q adpictures they do Soine fellers put up n good ans6 HOME OF BIG FEATURE PICTURES Cliiiitiil out b Inkon fiiim tlic tir nnd Ilnccil In tincure uf nil NiipmNtltliutS Milrw wltlrhcr tleffiideil oirtytrlenil 1H1NXY hi the Kimnp Inlo which slir lial luMii no curcli nnd iullilimly from hritvyi mean lilows ofthiii Xiippoied grmullmhcr ono of the maiiy tluilprodonil natc GRACE MILLER WHITES CORN XIXE April selling smashed flown1 prices yester day afternoon on the board of trade almost ns much as quotations were at the beginning of the world Corn dropped nine cents oats six cents and pork The flurry was due mainly to uneasiness rfesardlng financialcondi SKXTKXCK IX PRISOV April prlsfan term pn Charles 3 Muaday of Chicaso on the charge of wrecking the La Salle Street Trust and savings company In in 19 must be the Illinois Buprnme court KORMKR KSCAPfe I MATH Aswoclutrd April The chnrjWu of tiiiison ilnd with riieiny foiWer premier lilKh court HIP today Isy aviitp Tlite ellm Innteil of pcniilty iKlltK jnfllctfit Ther never wuza tlmewnen you He YhMiatened three patrons and does third rate aUendant and rifled the Funeral Licensed Embalmers Rogues STARRING Mary WITHr Chaptei1 The Great Radium Mystery USUAL ADMISSION COSTINUOtTS MATINEE AT Z Jfroy Sflirfer In Judy of Kobes XK Roaming THE Good I i IVi nllround quality nnd value see the mens no showinc now nf These Miitx deserve special tnejitfon liecnuse of their special j Single or doable nrenwted in the new grays and Fancy mixtures hrorni and In shades of Kray Hand Roofl satisfactory Were jrlnd to show Satisfactory furnishings And   

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