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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1921, Washington, Indiana                                DAILY EDITION THE GAZETTE AND HERALD MARCH 1921 VOLUME NUMBER 9 I s II COLLECTION OF CUSTOMS IN YANKEES OttnV TO BE PEKMITTED By Acswin led PnMM Amnrlcnn fonon on tlullhlm will no jjnil In Itic but no ulJiXUons will be imide to tiUh ac tion by the within the tcrrliory cicupled by learned luliiy at the Xo change in tlm smtuc of the Amer ican force or Its roln has been author izwl Ijllt It was oHklally stated tliul nn obstart would be placed In the way the allies in narrylni out their udoptcd By tho AstXKLTteJ Press March The reparations bill to providefor tlw ap plication of iiari of the jnirrhuse price of Clerman jfocds towartl till of ficnuan oliliuations under tho treaty of Vergaillies was funnally introduced in tho houwot cttmnums to Tho measure provides for u 00 JHT The second reading of the bill will when dis cussion will he News of the World I in By the Associated Press March Scheff comic opera today wax granted a divorce in the court on the ground of In tolerable Her husband did not porfest the This makes lur third March Smith 1 on Viol ur lie ulleeed murder of Jalic bciwded her MWtd Odfly wliil I TO STOP FISHINfi IN INCIAUEO t it MILITARY HBADQlTAn llnrch Major General Henry of the American forces of will follow the same policy regnrdint the cTilleetlon of customs alorig the jyiine as on other problems wilh the makinp the decisions of the UhineJtind com mission his to his uccord ins to information received here from Coblenz Ocneiai it is awailiiiR notification of the The Hasiic is one of the handsomest cities In Mury that Mrv rKlMilK Ihc said the old nan tjwr luul n vhmim Mi at me I nbiiiit Ilkp I nut March Keprescnlnllvf Kseh In anil Mark Potter of Vark nominated today by Presi dent Harding tii be flip In conunerw Starch u hotly con high dan 31 to 30 icriii day in the firs came of he secondlam iseries of the national Melt school i Thd law now In as It ft clause nnd was slRneil ftnvcnjmenl lVhruary The basket ball championship tournament hail March Harding Introduced a new has in cabinet meetings today after a Iwo hour adjourned bis official family from the cabinet room nil pnn of tlio rlalr and In nmlluin Indiana I u nfw law closed I mid liirKcuumth dnit foriIjlucKlllH fiom Aiiril M to the to thefliiii durlrin the spawning i the lldirrnuin wlio ii hiiolS over the rest where the rn hiajviiinK and tempts them to Thjniealsuie ban rip of sh jniil pime department of the eohitiVajionl Most llnh in il Ijidiani arc said to spawn the f Ich j niiv effect the plans of urinen this becausn there nrj oiopcil season on bass for Is its followM added In fdriseqiience con struction of the domestic orenalzatlonf df ihe Red Cross into eight admlnislnt live dktricts instead of nlxly four chapters went over their totals of tho third roll the sain 122 Here is honor list ters in fourthroll call Crawford Fort lien drlcks Franklin Jay Johnson Miami Jusrpn Teire Wells Uiko county council five The tola mcinliersblp In Indiana from the fourth roll ivimrhil In K Legion Wound Bar Corks Lord Mayor By thp Amorloipd March avallulile April for big PnOHIBITIOX DIRECTOR ON KORMKK AT TOKSKVS OPIMUNi The rulinc of Mitchell for mer made puMli1 Wljl Ilinlllmr the nplillciillon of the fnli ml prohibition will nm In In the opinion of IM feilcrul piohlblllin dliecior for Orblnort pointed OIK that he Indlunn iirohibltloi law rcrnahiK jarlcter than the fiiVrnl law and takes prcccdenciIn for the Corlti was to have tnade an atl on litat The board In ex plaining HH refiisaf declarpfl Tomllnsnn fiall ot be purely an American The American opiioseil I March u it ean i aw MOVEMENT TO PRUJNE WARTIME PAY SCALE OF ALL EMPLOYEES OF COUNTRYS CRRIERS Palmer that the federal KOV ernment Is without authority to jirohib It limit the lunnufaciure or pules of wines or leer for Arciirdine to Sparlm The Indiana iiccordlnu to tho 1 construction of UK nnnul OTnllaffhan i Klouawny shall or nnil innllmonth black chafed used y Marion shepherd in jfijifosiiwo THts Coiinty F ails to Make Honor Roll March Twen apters of the American places in the honor list jjnf rill call by their man of Marion County on siiiyect i j U was announced ly permits for the sale of in Indianapolis that OCnllaehan would in Permits are givep to man speak at TiimliiiKrn hall April at ajufactiuvrs for the of andi nlco meethiK arranscd by the American Ashoi for manufacturing AH far Hociation for the Rocopnltiori of the Irish now the prohibition law The of public works passed toy the last leglsla recently announced that OCalLiKhanj only strengthens the Ktate law by t speak at Tomllnson hall the night j making it conform to the federal ril provided he spoke only in The state law f or j permitted honje manufacture torhonje use of winfand whereas tho might of A half of relief work in of thwe twenfy chap A went beyond their figures of jtliv tpird roll ciill In thp last ineiiihefship nnd otheiK whicli fell rhnrt pnictHljnB years totals still and the hoard of public to protest inalnst Kpeakinc In Indi March mertilKrs so that the final wife of a promlnenlj ihe siuie ure expected to make rancher in tho Bitf Horn last amended law STAGE ALLSEt FOR BIG CARNIAL At the high school budins tonlshl will be stased the nigscs fun cotnlvul ever given In additions i the honor nlKht shot null killed three of lyr hllj Inijiana and which one 0 lit Ilijic if the last roll the hut to winIll The liusbilnrt WHK at thV home MlchWlli find Went VlrKlnla huve ut tlio tlmp of the HERES a real thriller The ever since piade Leagues Under the stirring drama of a daring woman who stoles whole ex press car ying ten million dollars fa who couldtrtt keep a certain young nan from stealing even though hed been sent to Bay thatshe was wanted at head Ste bewitching EVA NOVAK play this rousing melodrama nnd yoall havs enough excitement to lait you for a Dont A Clever Detective Story That Snub Pollard a Wonderful Lot of International i Saturday Specials GOLDEN HOPE featuring Editfi Storey f A Big Outdoor Western of tbe j Mden Golden V i I orsetmg is rt and a Sctende must be designed with due regard Hirtaije art of with ascieritjfic the organs so that no undue may be exercised j in strict accrird with modern provldlnB rjeqiulrcdmihouetU ofthe hourfln the moiit irtlstlc and trnceful irotpctlnspr giving essential inipport to thp delicate the Bptoidld nf In our fitting valued nt 10 and shington Cloak f cetoShdp member of the has been held lor stuntand some of oufjof 4heKopdnenn Krjw thomlqiite the doors open until thij urn ttiltii will fowlth a tjfiroom thlni ll The Hii muln In the way rtt ifwntcnneo ninilo ly HoiihotithnM nnd Imltidlnif bo Thtinuny HUIIIU will a i IHoBriim Klvon by flic Hawllim fnicf Kvcry uktilile In town him been procured for the IhudnMiiivi tilwi bwn III I Tlio OH will iDlllaid nnd Hob Thoinimon endmen arid tvlll brlnff hcwlm oflhdaflty eviry one of our nfos reHpcclni clt The the pianist handles tho BPrnmnunlntentB Iti srtut and last of the Jjikeii are Burf Bogner afi thii 10 dude will be Jherc with hisswaigcrnnd f 1 Another item on the proeram fioe for all prize flght In which Joe Story haa decided not to partlcllittte iriatches and JusffUng feafs large WiriBton in charge of the flshixind ex pects to be awampjd with anglers Each fifher will receive a masnlfl cent reward for his FULL 1 By ihe Associated NEW March general move by the nations railroads t4 cut wartithe wajje longforecast by rail of appeared to be in full swing Following the lead of several lines which earlier had pro posed the New Y6rk Central and New New Haven and Hartford railroads and every railroad in the west an nounced wige reductions Further statements frdm lines that have not yet announced cuts were predicted Officials of various lines today were arranging conferences with employees in an effort to reach agreement on the proposed i By the Associated March to bring about reductions in the wages of skilled employees probably will be taken by many railroads throughout the country as soon as adjustments can be made in the pay of unskilled according to of ficials of thp association of railway Such if will be handled individually by the it was with no attempt at concerted ot simultaneous j From tihe labor little comment came on the ment of proposed reductions in unskilled employees lt was said unions chief concern now was to see that the roads acted in accordance with the transportation The Burilington and Quincy raihoad held a conference witlj representatives of its unskilled employees Iwith the jvifew of about wage Hale announceiti the conference placed directly beforethe employVes The roi proposed reduction of approximately cents an hour in certain This Would make the of unslnllctj men approximately forty cents an tl entirate beins on an I average of fortyeight an he Byjhe Associated March Chicago Great Western wovld hold con ferences concerning reductions for its emV today announced that it would pKOpow a twenty pep reduction for all imployees from the president down with a few classics The Great Western is the first of Ijhe western to announce a reduction for to Market of my UorvV no slip to Bet r i I An auction will also be One of th5 lib civcrf tol fhc hlphear tlddur is un jmmense cakej decorated tviih oneinch thick caraniel At the pantomime piaj Miss Entertains witt be in the The admwslion to this will be The young jlady shows admirable presence of four Girls4comc seo how its iMir youncer ihut Is lhriytlvp years Uo un ample supply of nnd A prize wilt lirobably be offered to the persqn InK v Tli6 popularity contest which thas hecn runnlns fftllblast will beclosed at that your favorite At the laat counX tho vote V Eleanor Mnry ypaul Colbert About SO Ga in Addition to Our regulaf Stock on display until Saturday Heres a special showing worth and who know Wooltex quality will welcome the j   

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