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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - August 26, 1920, Washington, Indiana                                EHE WASHINGTON DAB y GAZETTE AND riffiAli AUGUST sBntend at the Port office in SEME E WASHINGTON MAN CHOSEN FOIt FOURTH TIME ASCOXKER ENCE HlPERINTKNDENT OJiE TO TWO IS BET COX AVILU 6E AVINNEit NRW odds en Warren Hardinein the coming presidential election at twoto betting on the Broad street eurh Is showing livelier in terest According to James Ball 67 Exchange be tween and is being offered on Jovenior James Cox with no because Ihe are asking odds of 3 to wager of tc IMS been made that Cox will win In Several bets were placed at even Jne chmices of the candidates to carry There also is hotting on the gubernatorial election In New SECRET COLBY OF STATE DE IAKTMBNT DECLARES MEASN I UK NOW IX The was reflected superintend ent qf the Indiana conference oC the United Brethren church Iy of tho fact that they Leon tion WeOnesuay afternoon at Iho ninety era ted hy ppwerof the Holy i peoond annual conference of the United Simply Joining the church Brethren In Christ which opened ovlcloncothat you are a Christian than day nt the United Brethren to to mak an auto Tenth street and Wabnsh This We must Is the fourth time ho hn been elected bo per chi ho superintendent of the ns demand our citizens to be 100 Settle lives nt one ministers and twentftwo delegates had registered at the ronforenoo lato v wrrsipn ni Wednesday afternoon wiih more com MANl OF ARSON ing After tho devotions Wednesday mornings ANI1 ARRESTED Py tho Associated 2C proclamation announcing officially that the suffrageamendment to tho consll i tullon had heen rallflod was signed to partmon Tho document was signed at 8 oclock this morning at Colbys home when the certificate front Ciovornor Roberts that tho Tennessee legislature had rati fied tho amendment was Secretary announced his action on his arrival at his ofllce Seeifiary Iolhy in rtatemont said in part which opene1 session at i i VKlShAf1 Kid record of the action of oclock Bishop Than age accused llvcred the opening Holy comf 01 his con in the legislature of tho state of Toivnos see oi the suffrage amendment was re Kloyd ootved mail this linmo munion was then holil lii charge ofthe Thau anil alleged to have setdialoU or iis receipt the record was confcroiico tu lnei hiiruw in Ohio was brought to my This was in Following the arrested at in this yes compliance with my directions and In reimrts of theNonimittoe on course Thatcher has heen evading au accordance with nmmrous requests for iif study was heard and tho conference thorttles since last Wednesday prompt signed tho xuperintendont made his annual ll into Milan with n farmer on a eivtinVnto as required of tinseernnry General business of the was and was at once arrested of state in the presence of then dlxruKsod until lime for Charles lown the solicitor of the state j The sheriff of Ohio county was at and Charles also of tho Vflie annual report of the conference onre notified and he went to It state The seal of lTnit showed a H prolmhlo Thatcher will he taltcn ed Stjites heen duly affixed to this increase in the finances and nvintn Indianapolis to prevent possible ccrtineati and the suffrage amendment nkighbor 1 is Ivriihin of the An Increase of Residents of Hi in the general beneficial ln which tho crimes wore leu church and 25 per in th milled are Tr pontoiV salaries waa reported by the Tlu who is a single I offered no When nsked lions Devotions were conducted hy thrwhether he is the man that all the trouble in Ohio county last I th nineteenth amendment of com tho rho leaders of this great move I tender hy sincere congratula COX DECLARES HE HAS EVIUENCE TO MAKE GOOD By the fipVERNOR Cox today traveled toward Pttsburi to deliver an address tliere tonieft in which he promises to ample evi denre of his charge of a iepnbli fri romiption fund exeeedins seliediiled by Ihp democratic candidate while on tho way to IiUslmrK from Evans ville he made three reiterating anil amplify ing bis campaign fund charges aiiil declaring he had the eooils to con virt every inotliers son of the Ue publican By tlie Associated Tho Chicago Cubs are to do their bit for Harding front porch cam paign hy coming to Marion Septem ber 2 foplay a free exhibition game witli an aggregation of local semi engagement was made today as the result of a chnnce rcimirU of the Kemitor that one of tinhandicaps of u front porch campaign was that lie nnuhie to see base ball IJAMKS WILSON nm MICH TO DE VELOP IN TERESTS OF By the ton grasp of the hand and courteous attention that was given tc leaders hi official HUXOREIW TlRN OtT FOR FlNERXL OF SOLUIER of th largest crowds ever gathered in Shoali was hero yostcrdiy aftoniotm pay honor to the body of Corporal Plunimer of Machine fiun Company lfl reginiom Corporal Hnga died in Liv October in his twentyeighth Ho was suf fering from pneumonia following Influ He was a son of William a veteran of the ilyil who died a few years His Siirah lives on the west side herv hlid audllor of Martin Is a The wero in ONE KETAIL KR VALIDITY OP EW T t J i BV tho 1 IXDIAXAPOfJS Ind atlai King the nilitv of fi od and coal ctimmisslon liw by the special session of Indiana legislature and seokhiEf n porary injunction to prevent operation1 of the act was filed In the tnited ditiiit iouit heic todo h Hel ii reconl rotary o the had previously hold the wuh service of netuly i rn thirteen like I more noiahle for ihe constructive Work I p company manufactures the au which i rnihei than for thiI tomoliile A voluntary ixtltion for long ho held receivirahipwas Illetl Monday by Wlljtho whl ioniiilcle acccptahil or for the William Small company ly Superior Court Judge Tlu Ham president of the mli Adams liond was llxiKi oration of the plant will lie jaid Talt j August in of diverse IttuDwvilt j llov paslor of Chrislian and the pastor of the Methodist j nurlal was nt Kairview ceine riory aonut four and inihs I southeast of START FOR FIRE FOlM IX ENTRY t OI MINK Klr3 was iliycdvoirtl in tlje entry of Fourth Vein Mine near Etlwarcls this count last night on the eve of the n sumption of work Sev eral rescue teams from BIclcnell are llghllng the tho originof wlilih U unknovni This mine a daily capacityrdf Gllley tit the opening of the meeting Wednesday Con he I guess I am the man Terence business was discussed and the according to tin authori report of ccmmittoe on conference ro1111 lationsand candidate for the ministry RODY Four pastors wore admitted miLARGE ELECTRIC PLANT to the full rights of tho chinch hy th They were Dill1 William An Burch nnd Inouncement was made yestcnlay by tho of the committee on bound Remy electric employing thai the plant would close tho remainder of this wetk and likely suf furlher curlaihiicnt In to iransportuiion and general coni ihe Assocfnled of th1 yoimg woman found In Orantwooil today was IdentitlfMl as that TO CLRTA1L OiKRATIONS of Blnnche Schulz of Tho itfenti Ren tion was mndo hy tho womans a and nnance was following which election of conference superin tendent was Tho Tooms read the report of tho commitdr tee on Christian Stewardship which diiioni was discussed by general secretary of the vcivr onirvu united cnlistmrnt movonldt for TAKES Bv the Associated Polish troops nrlor liaid fighting the fortress of Ostrolenka and forced a WITH LKSTKK WOOLSEY the i mini itral News war correspondonl it Ignited Brethren in While d Is I1M 1lisll v MOTORS FIRM Diaries have I f 1 OP RECEIVERS oniy 43 per in the last j Bnw rv of and Lester i elected repoiter for the conference dura two serious iollapses last due to ins tfie Hfternooh session and began his llis ritiral condition resulting from his official dutiesnt hunger strike in Briston was than has been raised this bright thin morning when visited by for the general budget of the leather his private which Is an increase of api He was loo weak to speak more than proxlmntdy according to the re a few Macswoncys j yostorrly was rccelv Tho company assented to tho of n Lack of rking apilal is of Iho Security Trust of the conference Tho made ay of Washing led the devotions at the open ing of O of Pennsyl evnmsollst at largOi employed by ttte centrpj preaxhed the sor tnon of the crenlog which was Phrlstiert Williams emphasized the fact tljnt riot1 a ehrlstian because ho visitors also included hs two sLsters and Bishop Cohalan of i APPOINTS William trustee of Vonle has made tho following ap pointment rtf teachers for the scnool of 192021 Clinton Pleasant Miss Ruth room Faith and was boni of Christian but Loona Bl j Christiana nre those who are Donald KellerV OWN BIO NFAV YORK Real Estate FOtlR HOI electric sewage already chicken north Buzan Hastings PHONE flKJ EVENING POST INCREASES ITS PRICE Aug Phlcago Evening one ofthe Shaf al i for yesterday nnnounicd that ti a beginning it price will lie to thVei Iost isthe second of th noon pirpers here to take this n WUH an biwa Born I he was thi son of a who left lo his family ii the iniied present town of he family the now and ill that neighborhood the son began farmirg on lus own account as and at the same time began his political carocr with election to the lown stale legisla In 1H72 he sint to cimgress and served He wa i f the Iowa stale university from 1STO to and for six years pri r lo becoming secretary of agricul he was director of the slate ex periment sfiltion antl professor of ag riculturo at tho Iowa Slate Agrlcultui His upplicalion of si ierjce hrousht him to nalionnl prominence that Presi By the Associated of tcur 111 Ihe Iniuti Statis expedition the ali en ihntinn Illclit to at this The first leg of thi trip them to 3H miles CaiLlin coni nrinler if the expects to hop off varly u I IJschbieh choof exananei tjt tho stain boiid of and Otto L audllor of are named defendants in the suit to be mem ivs and the apeciftl cial nnd fooa commission Tli suit is similar to that filed by Aiiorkan Coal Mining eompany of Blck II Ind and It Is umiclstood IS be ji wppoited hv itfitl coal dealers ot thi stnie Tht opeiitoi aie limit ot the other it Is IS FROM SCHOOL LOT ENVOY CALLED The deni McKInley mntle hln secretary of four after ngricultiire March I VVhen Mi Wilson tool orlice tho ag Tciillural d val which is furnishing at tractions for the Red Mens annual homecoming and carnival atStaunton this has been forced to move its shows the at the S la school through Injunction pro ciodlrigs in the Clay circuit court Tmi Men perniission from trustee of Posey company to erect its president of the uace on thB school has been called to Brest advisory hoard Instruct to confer with Polish govern Injunction com the showfc to move off The ing on the is set for next Mon a temporary order Wilson look lopmint cf the njont This step was taken hi cause of continue tion between Warsjiw and v iiig riien case will ahlv as carnival will close Saturday VOTING WIIIyEY country Standing of the leading contesluntn in j was Mliuly but in tha the Queen of Lnhor day contest wns last i yiais diiinq which lie was at the helm announced as follows Lucille I of its so far the fedi ral Olive Lena Oootre ahop who Coils will cross it up with the Kcvernnif nt was concerned this Lena inlurerV Wednesday when theside Industrials of Vincennes Stmdny nfter nient was increaseil far beyond tho s Helen of i met il il he fvas helping to noon at a ball licundarii s natural promise which i7i Lottie down collnpsij and caitsht him waa The Industrial is said lo be the Ihe twilight lintriio and is having no trouble in wiping is opposition from ihe fllamoml ea h time effort is put The foils will mod Ihe at Uiirithy moe land work alto A j and a man six all In Iowa eld and associates knew qim 20 i affectionately as of tho Three box cars nf we Presbyterian be us a bound on tho Baltimore Ohio South FREHJIIT not seiioosh iiijuied and letf the jli ptal ml utumtd home this after pion OdKt sned WUkeys llil liftnw the sWt of the car off hist I ih t i 11 i t I til 11IV U ith practice thus o faimliar with the old metrical ver weslern loft tile mils hml tallied sliouln Inu trim for TO MEET AT Intel esttd In Fethel cemetery fro lnned over several in PIMLADKLPH1 iluted u meft theie MOnflav 29 NYRA BROWN J Harmony it New Yorks Greatest Musical Comedy Sensational Success UP MABEL Mayflower Photoplay Corporation presents an Allan DwaVi production The Luck of the Irish By HaroldMacGrath Realart Do You Long for a trip around the world Like a whole some love story Hunger the excitement of adventure Admire ah honesttogoodness hero Want romance and fun Because most folks da THE LUCK OF THE IRISH an Allan Dwan Prb duction has been made fromthe novel of adventureby HAROLD Gorgeous new production and Nyra Americas rrfost beautiful John monkey man and reoiarkahle including Bill Sejnionr Ace Victoria O Joe CoyKs Betty Fdna Clayton and Beauty Chorus of 20 andcr 20 A briBlanUy lisMed Jeweled extending from stage to and over audience on which tne charm cJraru8 in feminine JBneiy trp and Permjt 111 to patrons to secure their In ad Avoidstuidlpe in Vf A Botes row Balcony Balance sale tar COEEffVtf MABEL nt WiUIamss Drug CHARLIE CHAPLIN in WORK faUed to arrive for showing but we are informed that we will receive it for showing Elmo the Fearless in current chapter at billMUSIC BY HASKETT ADMITTANCES lOc 15c 20c PLUS TAX Tickets on sale for Cheer Up Mabel at Williams Drug Sto   

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