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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1921, Washington, Indiana                                EDiTjGJ THE GAZETTE AND HERALD FfipAY APRIL VOLUME NUMBER 31 Railway Men and Transput Workers Decide to Walk Out in Sympathy With Miners Call for By the Associated EONDON April intention of the British govern ment to issue an appeal for volunteers for the transport and other essential services in view of the prospective triple alli ance strike was announced in the house of commons late today by Premier Lloyd A royal proclamation would call up the army and navy it was The railway men andtransport workers this evening de cided to strike in sympathy with the miners Tuesday By the Associated April Britain today appeared to be face to face with an industrial crisis of unprecedented pro The National Union of Railway Men and the Federation of Transport Workers decided to strike in support of the Brit ish miners who have been out since early this Hope that the miners and the owners of the coal pits might meet the government officials to discuss nieans of settling the strike were apparently blasted when it was announced the min ers had refused to meet their The miners refusal was because of the stipulation that the return of the pump men and engineers to work should be the first question settled at the The miners position was that the meeting should be entirely free from restrictions upon the ifiK HERE COLLEGE OFFICER IX FAMOVS WtfDS COMELft GERMAN EncmleB in hufliand and wife In This Is the record of Professor tiarles member of the faculty of Oakland City Oakland and World war anfl MisH Marie Johanna a Vivacious ernmn young who will he 34 her next arrived In Washington train 1 Thursday afternoon direct fronv She was let nt the station by Professor At 4 the Kills the ceremony was jierform Hl in the parsonage of the First Bap church thnt culminated a romance I he World war for a it was Washingtons llrst World war Newspaixr re ortcrs and a few Baptist women who from the church raw the Thu newlywrdn spent the 1 at a local hotel and dejnrted to for Oakland a lieutenant In the 18th 1 the famous First one of e craek American combat ssor Kerr was hav Irfcn carried from the field for lingering Ixtweon life nnd several weeks In a French hospital before his rugged constitution overcame the effects of the powerful Mies nn export hank who speaks French fluent ly nnd English with less expertmKs to the she n a French bunkiit whichIs In the Bnsllshoo territory and i6e Ml Hty for America One days ride on the train through Belgium put her at Anlvrvrps one she for NVw On through lirliU was careful to speak KnR From where she arrived April Mbn came Im inodlauJy tu New Miss Iwvause of her under took charge Of three Hungarian who came to tile states tn fhe Kline boal I which brought her to and to It that they left the train at their These she marked on lur railroad schedule with ELKSINSll The hrlde was LODGE EXPKRIENCES FIXE IN IN YEAR New officers of assumed their stit lorn at Mtmohen Thursday nlsht when the annual Oladliarh For her was miidlshly hut not gaudily Slend in stature with face and rtitrhing she the fair halr and complexion chnracUrintlc of the coun anfl son tlie laic n general naptist1 Is a graduate of tho Indiana Stivle normal and of Indiana he re ccIvnl bis Uegne inVitSC uml bin M degree in has charge nf the department of history and economics tin Oaklan1 City Associated April of an alleged building graft was employed In a hank at COUCR on1 the river when the i hen Kerr was assigned as coin innmlcr of that particular district of occupied hy American KIs dutlcn nnd business took him to the hankand It wiift Jhen and thenthe frKmlihlji American sol ilier nnd the charming German liank REGISTERED MAIL POUCHES By the Associated Ixtters were eychangcd when April office inspectors and i i t A f i A j i i for onin lice early today had failed to find any trace of tfiree their manage dur who last night held up a United States mail truck here and liner the Thanksgiving were robbed it of three pouches of registered An estimate of BUL these the loot was Thrc thl 0 proved to formid able ohslacW Two Berlin riyMbwLjcichVMliirlnjr which she Morrt three diiys without food nr en the llrsf trip o SIMthe proper ofllclal regardlnflt her say noth at the resumption of the investigation of the building situation ton p m was here by the Dailey joint legislative Iviriied ir Three stoppage of construction discovered by the i Among the outbreak tin1 tKste instiillatlon of officers was the ex In charge of Hugh A vote ri thanks retlr and to the trustees of the In appreciation of their set wetiiirlng the last WHS by the membership The year ust reports ieail the meeting wan one of tin iiest In the history of both the standpoint of finnncis and in nimXs were added to the memlnrihlp loll during the twelve iilmtit tweniyfivi ol the new hav ing been securrtl by The linlcre cleared approximately irMn the annual minstrel April nnJ Or installed new year fot lctl Sain Doyil med Lendintr Mnrston IV ANSWER TO VIKWPOIXT rcmcd Ksteemcd OeorRe fiatpb Ben icoiKe Tluirp Is SSSH delejfate the cram hdce meethiK til held at San Holiday Is the n ternate It was thit the confereiKe under jilrlsxlirtlon of lie railroad tjilwir iKianl whiih would have full authority over Indiana Supreme Court Refuses Rehearing of Decision Affirming Conviction of Walter By the Associated April of two new mem bers of the state board of education and the reappointment of George Grose of DePauw university as a board member were announced by Governor Ehvood will succeed of Indi and Frank Heigh school superintendent of will succeed Williams of Richmond on the their teems beginning May Fred of this formerly of was elected state purchasing agent today by the joint purchas ing committee after it had accepted the resignation of Horace Robinson was chosen for the place by Governor who asked Shelton to I REHEARING REFUSED By the April supreme court today de nied rehearing of its decision affirming the conviction of Wal ter Baker by the Joseph circuit court for Baker will be executed May 6 unless clemency is granted by Gov ernor He was convicted of killing a LaPorte extorted from owners and builders are those of receptlja At tije erected downtown a the is said to und paid and for the i he was nearlyft Milis rx nnd ihCj war was nearlyft old Ixfcre phi was pcnnlttcft rcdirn to MISTAKE OFFICERS FOR ROBBERS By the Associated April John Tracey and Robert Nikialchjsire Matthew Lalich died early today and twot others are suffering from wounds received in a street fight in the South Chicago steelimilUdistrict late last night The trouble it was when Tracey in plain and Police man John were crowded off the The steel workers opened it was Smith of the South Chicago police station said the three steel not familiar with the English may have thought the plain clothes men were robbers landjcf It wart hrt she ncrnilrcrrsumclent to Rpcnk ant iindnjilund In corrtplciejiitheKujrlish Suh April litliiu unions meinbciA nigbt nlllimlUed In IVexideilt HunlV ing taliors ilun for ending etwei Ihi rcnih mill that the president a eonfereiue of representatives of 111 Hided at which new rules condltlonH ivould be work out the place of na tional agreements now 111 db puto fore tho rullroad lalMir The proiJoojaj in I it would IKeasy to decldiat the niement by repiewntntlvei of cvMvniHv what mien einlil I nuttuiiiltti unkmHiind Kent fniade iiltliuuil mid woui lo the liresldent by B toho of the railway employers de IxirtmenL xif the Fwler Htni flv Inrliiiied In the 12 poinls whlrh sall Hbonld be upheld the right of col Inlive the Ilght of each craft tri decide what shoulil iipnseiit 11 in uny oinfiienit1 with pliyeni and adjustment uf nay lor oveiUiiic Tin statement hi tluit the uniiiix did not contend continuation of any rule which was nut Just uml thin at the W PIONEER CIRCUS MAN By the Associated April of a banker and pioneer circus died here last He came to Rochester six weeks ago to undergo an Announcement of his death was made American Sailors I Set New Fashions It proponed that nil wages disputes leheld In iwndlng tlie ndJitKiid to Uie Uon fcid Aeli sent In response a reiftjritfrom Pdpsideitt llaiilinu r railroad ndustfHiV1roii termed lalKiri self evident and in rtghlK it would to IMsettletl nt the con amlspeVlfled that the nntlomil ngrjcments should not be discounted n any Way pending utoome of the Price of Text Books Mounts Pupils Strike liy the AnsicUuel Alril have cij Mtrllic In agalnn icverris i iHiitliii teit books cltj inwlUbei heir store milled and their torn to piece Into the By the April if t1 e American merchant has a lanC dixsmiL dtlMinafr to the Schiedamwln ftottrrdiims mast While the English nnd others who imiivnize iv suits jistially art dn saed in colored rough nulls und HOOVER CONTINUES V By the Associated April Hoover con tinued today the series of conferences with representatives of leading industries looking toward the formation of an advisory council to the department of composed of business Members of the National Automobile Chamber of Com merce and later representatives American Dyes insti tute met with the secretary and discussed the personnel of com mittees to represent their industries oil 4he council and general ideas for the expansion of their branches of the countrys WOMAN MAYOR AT RED By the Associated April Mary Peterson was elected mayor Red by seven votes in Tuesdays elec the latest Jetnrns disclosed She is the first woman mayor in the Peterson is part owner of an ice SHOP EMPLOYEES REJECT By the Associated representatives of the shop employees of the Reading system today refused to accept an eighteen per reduction in proposed by general manager of the GRAIN STATES By the Associated April grain growing states were dis tricted today for election of twentyone temporary directors of ihe National Cooperative Grain Market voted last night by the fanners conference The wereito be named Indiana waa given one Illinois1 and i Tonight Only CHARLOTTE WALKER k Eugene Greatest Since Paid in Full A special Julius Steger JWO REEL HANK MANN PATHE NEWS Regular j Grand Saturday Specials FRANK MAYO in MAGNIFICENT BRUTE i A Picture With Plenty of HUTCHISON in DOUBLE ADVENTURE AND A GOOD I Sunday Monday tot a ftatnnsiteentira danutcf humart emotiohe from jls never an abated ncaerf of ftfenesf as Jjl v tit th wliiii iltf Unn tlit M AnHTi rfnft i uulhmitits hi Hullnpd aiv vtry tr in tt provide mniu itc fur thu nltcrnatiin im SliUliniwlH In nil nl j Ito AirMrian pay larprir than Kvamiii Tho official yoint rt of siilistltuio firthityiVi1 at say triai mwt of the ciiJd jf inty hud a it mustbe nuslc and danciui wien he get i It was on the hat a number of Sword Duelling Is Popular in Germany a nuinhynanihy ro as wtkll al a plact to ilyke Ainiriran sramen ihilr Identity urdn acinls used them t et into 1 Whepls of German Industry Again Hum flythe AnoclatrO April In ihe of us impulaimid ll was morn than wbiM this olded of Cler man wiis Virtually studinl whu the flmt year wcnrs a sword sar on the left his chin or the left or a hamfaced head which ndvertlscw thai in tbe Duels do iihvays arise from ang or iut out of he neiesMly nf frovidlnu the with the if sword or give him swiwd iniiirt 11 hlcji ibe sludenrH reiit Tluy like a taxing by frat hilve ctrlaln differences oC lire f by li sewiAip the ivomuls afteu each which uilialLv ost a a HeldeltMMg AJJII wprva on his If njhlnnf jjiiMlent Is badly damaged tho wilt go on the ful number of uftcc which the the surgeons will le Viiuntnl nnd the man will le iMln i at any time en a comlialanl drdge stroke Ms Is elaKd This Is the unforfclv abbtiling Inthe students i older Vfan are duelling in s not daij The biqils of and the are lecietl hy leather Some the favorite duelling places aie ancient cafes and beer ronmRtrip floors of which are always covered wlfji the walls lined with huge minjs md old ind of These SUDS Pom Ronmon Piockiion Bu Psderick Cent and Diehard Pruce i Tiy thi Associated Press Murrh Harry Brit nkmber of the Urltlsli sacredto mudeata andIt would has Jtift returned from n a serious custom of in AustrLi and Czi chp was miich imiireiwed hy the the twu Tonner coun ries The ho said to an Inter is wjitlniT to IMV spoonfed iit very Tlie Is pulling nd in many has pulliHl himself igcllter nnd the great machine Is nff Into full swliiK right across the I war in villages and towns uxtern nnd as well as Berlla and everywhere on could not put down the feeling that great and iiowerful nation would begrent and iowerf id i Force Reduced in Terre Haute Yards April Ordtra Issued yesterday by Su perintendent Frank Worthlnsrtoti of the railroad cuttlna the men and from 281 to 1C In the yards east of the The men affected are ctasaed as number one arid two repair The rautdown will stop all work on he of steel cars and the new hall a thousand yeatfl for a stranger to and sit down In tomcf atorled chalrX The university In will n it and the ctyll authorities of town of Iborg under any jiterfcre n student Punishment Is administered to tiry by unlveisily The imlveralty jail Is nriw in th story of the It is a eun tom for thtstudent confined In one nf theso cells to liuve his nanvand th late of bin Impi Isonmi nt on the Rrailroad Business PicksJJp Slightly Ajiril Incmulnir accordfnc to 3altlmnre 4 Ohio railroad The businexs to much greater than It wan during the monthi of January and Felr ruary and a part of he increase haa not an yet been enuuih o make it necessary to call many of he men whow ere furlcufhetl to With a continued It Is believed that a number ho are cut of especutUf Hitmen and will get on the reg ilar d tr mat   

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