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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1920, Washington, Indiana                                PROPOSE RIGHTOFWAY OH AXjOB GFCJT TO EAST OP Washington may soon itself Isolated trom the Evansville Indi anapolisrailroad Company officials are reported al ready to have completed surveys and to ibe seriously contemplating aban doning the tracks through Washing The line makes a big loop both from the northern and southern con tacts with the city to reach the pas senger It is said the surveys propose to eliminate this loop and straighten the rightofway so that it mil leave Washington to the making the passenger station readily accessible alHnte week In effort to land tKe thirty tional Indiana comes In io the limelight as perhaps the most important Immediate factor iniha nomination With the Ohio and New Jersey pri maries out of the all I eves will become focused on i although California will share in the general interest because its primary also will be held May and because of the contest there between Senator Johnson and Herbert Governor Senator Hard ing and Major General Wood will be gin their final drives in today while Senator Johnson will not take up the flght again until Wednesday Ioth Johnson and Wood will con tinue their speaking campaign through May None of the four candidates will speak in according to itineraries published in Indianapolis h by an extension r BItOTHKRHOOD MEM HAROTXG A3SDWOOD ASK FOR ENDORSEMKNT TV OHIO Primary Tuesday to Culminate By Associated of the hottest fights within the ir of the Republican party in i the street railOhi rs fe expected to be de way Shfppers would be put in the statewide presidential to an even greater PATH OP NEGOTIATIONS RKHT8 OPERATORS Hart Coal Miners Say They Have Demands to Associated NEW April an thracite wage negotiations have reached their crucial stage and a peaceful outcome of the proceedings will depend npon developments of the next few representatives of the United Mine Workers declared They added that the next moye was up to the as they have modified their demands to in agreeing to awage in creasy equal to that granted the bi miners recently BEPUBLlbAX CANDIDATES BEGINS nKWK IN INDIANA Johnson and Wood Will Jump Into State This With Governor Frank Senator Warven Senator Hiram Johnson and Gener al Wood stumping the state primary tomorrow when Warren States sena tor from this and Major Gener al for re publican preference and the delega tion to the Chicago j In general the Wood organization js headed by men who were prom inent in the Progressive in Senator Hardings camgaign for the most part is in thehands of men with local party or So far as the Democratic party is concerned Governor James Cox has a clear field without for all candidates for delegates are pledged to Local have resulted In contests for district in a few In the Sixteenth district Canton tho wet and dry question was brought forward as an issue and resulted in several candidates By Associated April Charters of fiftyone local lodges of Srotherhood of Railway Trainmen avfe been revoked to date for vlolat ng rules of the brotherhood by jartieipatins in the unauthonzed trike of pres detit of announc d The fiftyone lodges had membership of nearln Ful y 6neha1fof this has ibeen ojiil and their membersnips will be by transfer to other said li iBy Associated PW Aoril leader of the railroad strike n the New York announced oday that strikers had gone into ses sion5 in City to organize a new union to include the members of 42 Ipcals throughout tfie whose he had ibeen re by the big four brother By Associated April The railroad labor board today re BIG Aprfl With record Breaking attendance at berth morning and night Johns Evangelical church celebrated glori ously its seventieth Silence Ive got it WiHEN YOU seethese words on the screenyou will be right there where Jimmy is rescuing the little girl in Alias Jimmy The greatest of all crook plays by PaUl Arm in the GREATEST of his screen career WK assure you thajt this is one of the BKST pictures no have ever ihown Just as Wids Daily says ITS REAL PICTURE It has action and comedy SCREEN Hnskctt at the USUAL ADMISSION Lasl Times Tonight Bl ONH 1 BERS IN SMSSION TO NEW FORM hear die wage as City Ybrtmena aasoohv ae ground fa4t the applica tion d not conforto theOTOVis ioris of the de mands of the Louis and Cleveland and the strikers in metaroDolitan dis trict yorttfteviousTy had denied y the Applica from Pittsbnfg and Columbus yet arjg to acted upon INDIANA BAU PLAYER UP iXEW ItECORD Scott Surpasses Irtiderus Maik of 533 ConsejcutlTe League By Associated Press 1 April Si ottv of short stop of the Boston ill break all major league records for playing in consecutive games he takes the field against the Athletics at Philadel phia With todays game Scott will have participated in o34 consec iitiye league Luderus of the Philadelphia Nationals set the record at i games last but he has not played this HODY DROWXIXO HAD mUND HANGING IX TRiKE April The body of Heniiert was found hanging a tree on the Wabash river batikvithree miles west of ho gansportiiyl Joseph who had goite to the river to cut tim drowned while coast I ing on the ice of the river here two months Hundreds of citizens I dragged the river for weeks after the High water tarried the body into the where it lodged and the receding water left the body Brighton HighGloss Stain The AT OUR OFFICE Monday I Tuesday Instruction I MISS BROWN Lady Demonstrator especially invites the ladies SIMPSON LIMBER II DISCOVERY BKMKVKD TO SAVE SOliVRD MYSTRHttHTS ANAPOMS Associated April skeleton of a found n the attic of what formerly Sas a is believed to be thajt of drrie who disappeared n Indianapolis twenty years The building is being converted nto a The skeleton vas clothed in au old blue dress was ound in a sitting posture in jjj cor ier of the attic ibv workmenjwho rere preparing to place a steellieam n the The dress and a pair of cloth slip Bra found beside the skeletoriwere dentifled by relatives of the nijssine voman as being similar tojjllose whioh she wore when she Disap i Miss Selvage had suffered ajjnerv search here Sunday Milton nil bis sixteencylinder The rents being sanctioned and super laed by American automobile asso tatlon Milton covered one kilometerin three miles Tour and live miles in Previous records held liy halph DeiPalma were one kilometer trree miles 1 1T 04 four mlljfR and five miles MjUpn also reduced his own retard for the half mile and tibe mile the hall in tlp in TAXKS COST rHNTj HfNDUKU TO COMECT April ifln of the nations taxes last year rofet sovernment 5S cents for in according to i Statement last night by the bureau f internal Total iriris for the year were Vopl and total in col ectiiig that amount the itstement adding that re wrts to the effect that the bureau iadexpended as Irish as 60 per the income ta collected for nd purposes were tlVERXOR ALLEN WILLING TO DEBATE WITH IF t Kill GOAL CASE K COURT DISSO MTIOX OP RRAlJINfi AF FlLIATKb i NEW April Govern or Henry Allen of last expressed his to By Associated The supreme court tailed again today lo hand down n decision the con stitutionality of the prohlbHIoa uimiiilinriit nntl the enforcement By Associated April The federal goviernment today won its antitrust suit againat the Read ing company and affiliated coal com panies in one of the socalled anthra cite coal By1 a vote of 4 to the supreme fourtt sustained the governments charges that the companies violated the commodities the in terstate commerce act and ordered the dissolution of the i The Reading and Central of Xew i thelcourt American Federation of The followins an dpbate on he meritgi of the said he could flnd no evidence Kansas of industrial A countrywide Miss Selvages i Although it had been reported that iqiiowoa ie a challenge to meet COXKKRKNOE After a recess of several the convention of the United MinejVork District reconvened at 0 oclock this morning in The report the njiners icnle work uponjAvhtch ins been continued durins file re is not finished in was announced last night by Ed district A iGompers in Governor Allen said no such challenge lias yet been received by APRIL TICRM OPEXSig If Judge Gsdon called pro late and criminal dockets the opening of the April terniiJpt cir cuit court this Tljf civil docket will be called House bailiffs the term Ogdon and i six WORM itffixtmns liROWKX BY April worlds records for were GIRLS RKADINO POSTCARDS BY TRAIN tda May years of age and tessie Louise were instantly killed at five miles westof when struck bya Bin pour passenser The girls were reading postcards and Called to hppd the Both were em ployed in AlTO PLVXGR8 4O FMKT TOUR ESCAPE HEATH ihe Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron company and the and Wilkesberg Coal ustire Clarke rendered the decis ion for the majority while Chief Jus tice in a minority in which Associate Justices HoVmes and Vandevanfer the minority was in favor of acceptingthe of the lower court dismissing the governments e CATCH LOAD OP April high cost of living was partly solved by men here who de vnted themselvesto scooping carp by the wnpon load from low places in the bottom land of White where the water had backed into during the high water early last April Four persons had a miraculous es cape death when a car in which they were driving plunged down a forty foot embankment on the north river several miles north of this A broken spring allowed the engine of the rar to fall down 051 the frame and the driver lost control iofitlie BEATS TKPrtE April local Three Eye league team defeat ed the llavolines of i here Sunday f to i 17 11 iO Keller Williams Funeral Directors Licensed Embalmers DEATHS AXD Feattore 9 v y 4 and 5 5 v I kehecca wife of died flt April 26 at She wasseverityfive years Funeral services from First Christian church of Washingtonat 2 oclock April Burial in Oak Grove i Mrs Joe Kite attempted suicide vlsterclay cause she had two baked ptaters left Whats become bl llr ole 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