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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - July 20, 1921, Washington, Indiana                                S t fv GAZETTE AiND HERALD VOLUME NUMBER II1 Greene County Farmer Who SlewWife Re ceives duly found guilty of mans slaughter at oclock by aJury after a Ions mhtonewl to aterm of two fourteen in the state prison at Michigan byJudgeThomas YanEusklrk in the circuit Uaintr a Cox shot and killed his Flora at tlfeir home on i farm He entered a special llba of aver ring that his bad revealed to him that ihe was in witlij Simp a and tha she to take their daughter and leave country with The Jury was nut almost four The triul was without precedent In the Greene ctreuitcourt of in terest crowds that jitkildcd the many i Shortly after lite crtimH was in dicted by i speeial the charge loing firstdegree Thfi Imiuincled Tw j taken before Afl1 supper three more hnltotK were tak making a total of The first ROCKEFELLER IS CUTTING LOOSE rpprtrd jto Have DfepcttFd cf JAs Holdings hi Standard Oil of j Neiv Jersey j I IBthe Press July disposed It all vast holdings in thcI Standard coirjiKiny of New Jimcy jvith the oxceUlon jet 1 000 shares cf common stock valuedat according to an account pjib llshHl todiy by New York Xu infiirmailcn was available as to whether Mr Rockefeller making irnnrfor f any of other j vast Double Crossed j Gsfni blers When Failed jo 1 Get Bribe 1 stood nine for It Is aUcr which a cariJpfemLHc iv mode which nunilted in voniet or manslaughter on the flflti 8IXTTSIX LOCAL SHOP i KES CAUGHT IN RETRENCH SIENT Dyrtie Associated Press July iicac Soy players after agree ff With to throw j the world with Cincinnati for S100t 000 Iek of the deal when Ihty were not laid tlv bribes land lit helore Ihe ihird gaino di rlded to piny their best and wlnj the Bill accomplice in thp il and the states star wit testified today in the base ball f i fixers to winthe third game lo improve the rtHtlayersiBiid th y had lesl with two FruYir nnil ind would not win f pick nurns Tlicn feeding tluy had crossed by tho thty douWecroKscd Iheli Irs by them would lose the third grime rut instead to with Ki i July next api proxiirately sixtysix employees of the local Baltimore and railroad shops be This Is sald to be in accojdance with ordpja reCeUeil the force on the Illinois of the sys tem ten per An interesting group With John Robinson circus wU6h coined to Washington for two per rmances on July Farmers and Merchants I ElRhl machinlata and help era ATP caught also five and bollermnkcr lielpeJrs Thirteen nrc affected by the The number Involved In other do jiartmenui Is much pinaller and The cause of the furloutrH order Is rnld tiflje that the appropriation vlsfcn for the month In or der to remain within the fum BOND ISSUE FOR CQLSCiEEIEIll 8ED IN FALL FOUMER NEWSPA MAN VICTIM OF S nge twentyfour well knrwn real estate to Jojin in AllDay big basttet v 111 lie held at rslrte Tumlay August Tho ir Will for all of inertlimits Lrnurs of It is mi ftjveii Iliau per s will j 1hv ilate fiJr the manpnoth event was fixejd Tucpdajj night wfi n a joint com tccul merchants nsso ciajlon find tlie in this citv to the Arrangements for the out irigt Th meet again nevt tfomlqry was an program suitable Jo the arranged and IKannounced menibVr of tfle live limes prominent post the steps A nrufnwn lllfl al3ir oclock Tuesday j Colonel ScJmeder is almost totally and Ihe leading into the I4sc nient waa left Is bya workman of the public utilities compjiny who was repairing a meter in the bhse e entertainment lave challenged the tiler game if has An or farmers to u The met meabsor frmiiAtlic Tlidy niv U considering rimjilijg thfi Kllrs ITALIAN WOMEN ly lie Associated July Most Italian wnmcii If tliry had tlxir tA be auytliiuc Iliey wislcd in sex tvauld rather be H nfii vote MTuy by one tho Tle nigiinifirt nJvaricerf tor be lUS Kve mmtltiii cf 01 had no IinRband was auay from home mid tjtire other iniplit cast an did not o be for most Mary bcraiiMvfclter ns allowMl to enjoyall ttrnins of the she was enrards became asaint j thereby enjoylnc all tlw of ro Apply to B Pay i roll for First Half 1 of Announcement Is fr DROWNS IN John uged of drowned Tuesday afternoon at pnlnrk nt the Lake Lawrence swim ming four ano u half iriks west of He was attempting to teach a young woman to swim at the It believed mi attack of cramps cir heart Poiil was an employee of the Pool made an outcry but went under before otherscould gM to The body was recovered shortly be Ifoclock Tuesday night about 22 feet of Six Prisoners Confess jto 4 i ers Isaac Sturgeon Loses From Bank in July sions from six ot the nine men who are o hnve tried to for a jull are anriuumeU by Sheriff laal The nine are heljl bijjuUlary and efforts biljid niliile to determine whether other IliMiners j Names of the nine men implicated In thflj planned delivery were ForoKt alias Gradei federal prison charged with virtilingthe postal taws Frank yoitj charged with postol Allen federnl prls oiiiiiv charged with forging amoney James i charged with nssault and Intent to kill Fred charged taking John MIt chnrgeil with vehicle taking Tom federal charged who lives west of the nn plllcer Mnrloa Oak Grove cemetery and 55mjtnj charged with held unt limits on the Oak Uroye tery may r may not lit t lunks as proper custodian of the but is out ly according ti to olliters his mail Ihe dls cnVery early last that h had left in his cjothlne This aroused tlie elder Sturgeons susplrlon and he made an Immediate examination the plaie of of his own His suspicions we re will fiiund cdJitenuse he found the money Hi had secretwl his hoardings In in the rear cf his In view of the tact his Earl and Bruco also had taken din ner with him Tuesday he natural asked that the officers look for I Tjie men implicated are said to havp cell barsLVinir fetleral ront in tlie county and planned to sluar reiorts he John Ray with an Iron already and make theli senj to six minths in jrJl on a charge Id escaped the jail power hojse where working with flye other prlscneni when his guards baclc liiullo 710 Locust home Hie baciW of falling pHncctoli Iitiding to the of By the Associated July stat lax boanl today issuance o In bonds by the cifyofLinton Stockton Greene to provide for u Joint at BEES THOUGHT IT WAS JAZZ IMUSIC By the Associated Scinrtl ot bees sud ficrJy swoopiil down nn the bnsl imt section yesterday and all fiaf flc for several blcrko ceased for over an FliaHy a jclty iMiunilhie wltli a luim mer on a shovel manacrdto attract tln been to a park a Rlmri dislanre Then traffic and work i wns taken to his hom wore fractured olher mlnnr injurleK were i Colonel Schreeiler has many hcquain tances in used tp publish a newspaper at Huntingburg when DulMiis county was In the j j the Coolest Spot Town Grand TONIGHJr 85 AN EVENLNGOJF KEEN In a Tetose for Those Who Message THOSE 6BLZMCK Pollard comedy A GreafcMys PERSHINGMAY i VISIT INDIANA July Johh j Pershlng may attend the Etate cbn vention of the American Legion held here 10 and aceordjnfe to n letter received yesterday by Jameh comihander ot Stlnenlon tract 15 of the American Leglhn Ifrom the head of the United States In the letter to Pershlng thanked the local post for tpq invitation and that he would keeij the date under consideration apfl If pos sible attend the General Ing also has WTltten Olgnlaiit commander of the Indiana department thanking him for the i coinmlttii hayc Iniade It plain that wrfut every fiijmei and menhunt In tl inly to In jat KastsUfe on th di tc In Brother Asks New York Polite to s flr the tlrtit tlie ICth eijully are InratiYsr jinluctjoi the huni or cJassei en til 3ffrtlve us of tlje so tljiiorcand Ohio rfill aijrniigod to rediirijIn ieJficed rates iwy day i gen li oub and tho today by tl oneof them had fl and the in thiir They denied anvi knowledge whatever of the nnci of Sturgeons hidden Mvers deputy ONCE COXVICTEn OR M5 rKRAlo SttCEEDS IN JIAUV AT MCNCIR thi of tllosii division ollleer4 that the this a charges est Ihe jtwii classes 11 IM mfcke the alldjiy nffair tjje givatest on its kind CAVI singed In the S the Press NBW Jvly Search was Htarliditixiay by police for and o a nsse on twins aiul iProblwns of eommon and id member TinfefilnK f ikrrt the delations of f jliiess in gradually ated and if Us Just such meetings an ii planncil that are doing much to ko twii classes appreciate the noosvolt Tlie have leen missing from their home since Monday formerly L allI1 llM n uf a hi jturr Wall strott ffll dra mid they thought ot shipping ns rionniPtii on a t runsAtlantic or inicht go to helriff tliaJ hullnrsg the broth i1 t that are identical and ULRlCff QN in prolably will close I LiUll V t they Fhuid pull together for com welfarel the fonjmon of the day of th picnic In give tlliir employees anjopiiprtunlty get cut to tlie grounds FARMERS JERKED OFF I BY THRASHING MACHINE July flftyono years a suf Icias of hisright at the BhoulderVesterflaywhen It was cajight in a belton a thrashing Price was working about the separator when his Russell unaware of others presence threw off the f It tangled about tlie moni shoulder and Jerked the Price was brought to the hospital where amputated I i EVANSVILKB BANKER i HALF DIES July presidentof the Old State Nation al bank late yesterday nfterjan I illness ow two H waa engaged to banking here for mbre than a half century and Is by j five He was a Masoji gh degree and a member ot the He waa born In Qcrmanv hut had sppnt most of his lite In thli His wife died about a the United sennbtx are Tocaffd at Rock and SpringfleJA JURY ATCLINTON CarI nee Hazel Standi formerly of this served oh a jury during a recent trial in the city court at The case ut bar waa in which Fred Forti was charg ed with violating the prohibition Every member of the Jury selected to try the ease was a which marked an epoch In court circles of Clin i Balloon Ascention at EastsidePark Airdevil nil aeronaut WAGERS HE CAN 1 j i p i j of national has been engaged j i i lone hallrioh ascension at Eaxtslde YOUKJ July young Unlike most of the betweeH here and Spn Francisco balloonisw who have been seen in this I hreby watned that they may be stclvvr iwrfonns fjata llv di jof the iieccssjiy eiwt tlte revenues of takennot jthslartdligfl not receive in at the tinus i and employee ganlzations nor In creases granted from otjier classes cf raijro IRISH LKADKIS July cfa meeting In ildaHl be Sir Jamei of South the negotiations j j anIrish pence Is Inrirely July un If tUrns In from 14 pre would nrttfthat has beef noijjlniited for mayis No trace of the nilislpg money ticket and Rollln forrfief found by Sheriff FiUth or ether wait sentenced lirltiini for conspiracy to use the mallif during second term has liven chosen heaO thi The fmm1 preelniffji shpw Quick running nbont two to ionc ahead of Ills nearest ejght candidatesfor mayor on tht iepiibllcan The early return i could not be ImllCuIo that feqcll Will receive for motv after nnother rail was again tliiinthewh s nt In Thmnpaons fath er Marlon lived In Vlii and tluit the youths might he found nt his Williams and Port Vincpnncs to tho rcsldeitcewrieh Isjh the OkUihonm dis trict if tile Old Post and found de They were arrested and to MARS DIGS INTO NATION BVDGET art Wereby warneu mat uiey may oe BKIVT iKnonns 01 nxtremo I approached soon by a young Irish Bo dnring qigh In the cutting loose for j hemioh poet in a crush oiiera hat and the parachute drop only afterthe hlfX fnrt 1 n t S3 hemiah poet spit and for a klss lixin has attuiiled a very high Twoi young pbeta from Greenwich VII signed I J lagfe made the founds of New Tork city devil Skiver up for this engagement I fOF D GITIO editors early today nnd exhibited the aftir a qartfuK Investigation j 1 f n J chifmplon they if his record at rthcr over I ItlSUTaTlCl had hVcbuld wini kisses from the Doubtless EautRide park girls en h across the will entertain a large crowil ns I AnnalCSch lite scribe ofvjrash nf flntttpo1 a balloon axceniinn tea distinct inijtcn Tribe nhvayii to thu received a fo The evening program Sundav prime ofHces In pa he hjmdled by the Unlvirslty EncarVled In the order July Near East i whole totnl the cltyB vote phoned little intorest and many 01 In the srctTonrthere were fcxy Theelection off i Bpecutatlon IrerJrding thePhillln By Press July war dj the now kingdom ef Jugo Islavia will iost half thigovernments total hudgcti in tlunelt llMiil yrant dejiplte vigorogs Pellsmeier has token a tunii efforts by the minister of flnuncv to Tijo posalbilfty thit hcmayhavq This Isu nl dinars from the esii iUHts asked Imby the Thetotal budget were dlniiin but this lieen duoxl o iwinlnul i xchmmv vulue di u dliiiuis about but at the aboui three ate It te werth lilifSlrhlIbr opttrnls JJ of Ben today t QO from the su rmenit lof Insurance h rihor top Hlk tat irbl4h at the to the Jury today kb Is are iiSna ACtlOH Wlttl to Iwcar Isnt cduiitcd Recintiy an new tfrCOCil Ol ly rouijdof tho local tor a hkthing Finally he la pair of brief When he i Ined tha he By Associated the merch ml nnswf red cant r DETTROIT SSto carry dead stpck4 Most peo000 snitl for breach of promise re satisfied without that brought by MUw MonlcnHaltonagainst tjhe Anierl an embassy there is one Arthur went BOY FATALLY WHENTHR I i Ii riofi thirteen Harmon llvlni t east of the was In trial tost Lllfr WWWMJ MM Olspoaitlon of thoie elvn threp testified or on rarq rf of load ibllgvd to an Scott hdid proposed to her us hod accepted She also was of hdr I four brothers and C ran tht better thi Hem BY JONT s July son of njlles north Injured fatally yes ftfdmapony hri wn bt be I wire fence of wTtafSSr lei sjif bloodand rXIVEKSITY ENTERTAINERS TO APPEAR AT OLD SETTLERS REtNION AT ODON IN AlGIit were closed Tuesday for upinurance of the Unlsxrslty Enter tainers nt the Odontoid Settlers 19 and This popular mu sical organization has received some at tractive pfffns other celebrations and ivrki but contracts with the Bastslde dark and Ri phvent the acceptance at ttils of any but the Old Settlers Reun the be beard at Rivera the occasion being the Man Injured Fatally When Trench Caves in I July 48 years HIUs wls Injured fatally here Tuesday morning in a Internal injuries resulting from a crushed pelvis caused the man s physicians Davis and svvcrul other workmen wire lowerlni a sectlim of water Intoa five foof with the aid of derrick Dlsregt the warning of the fore Divis it is lumped Into the ditch Just as the sides of the ditch coli lapsed under the derrick Workman rescued the man within flvi and he was takento a nearby home where he did an The widow And six the 14 beenthe Victim play now Is I ing Al It wns ac that nhij llfo by Whltovrlver at HIndoi tunFalls Tuesday Theft duyH rasscd of his being theory wun udviuiced thiit he havo plotted to r and leuve evidence that ho xvjiM iumoni are to the effect private detective la tp be brought Intolhe In It In t Nut he is en the Job anJ collect saH to have cmrrjeJ which made puy hls ta not important factor that the young man ntKyltfcnve Seen sparch of the it Is virtually has been abandoned although I of the Is being maintained in thf thatIf Pcllemeier really waa Jmuhed the body may come to tlid It Is published that machlng paijtiea lavejbeeh the woods scanrilhK plnee where might havp won Their efforts ut ast Deports this afternoon had been Nil motive for making Pillemcler n victim has been brought to Uirht rib whs pcputir neighborhood and 16 faf is known he had no enemies It was repeated again today that the if parents had offered a re1 of for the recovery of his xxlyj This sezpectcd to stimuhUe tha learch both in the and tar the hot om tbf river near the Th4 goverrinient of Japan win 1sh A lahoratorv o study thr fixation of atmospheric The prioto   

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