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Washington Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1922, Washington, Indiana IH i GAZETTfc AND HER Results Presient Whti Summoned Delegates Lauded in Dying Mo T ments of Arms By toe Associated arms conference to day wound up its work with a whirlwind of It formal ly approved the agreements to make f r peace in the Far And in the Arthur head of the British voiced the opinion of statesmen ev erywhere thai China is keystone of that sti ucture and tered a solemn warning that the world expect i ai respect for fi the settlements arrived at in strict good Any the British statesman which in the aimed to transgress the principles laid down in the conference with regard ta Chinas needs need not plead igncranee nor seek to invoke secret understanding with mirtor Chinese of i I i In a brief hours work which preceded a 1field day for bnvlntr intoxlinlinK liivl1 b illnnlJn 4 Ihe I f if imiilwlli f j f I iff f pei In SEEKTOftVE M S AND SCHOOL INSTI TtTK I itiHirnlc riiiPkjfs iiiiijjt for aKsaiilt kltlery Tljnwhl Ae ihrt ihe tieorite hail a jfun from Mai and llle riemrt Iftul In Jitake It away from Thfnf Mat rfiid i KENYOlilTdJjAKE SURE IfEFQRE HE RESlfiNSlOFFICE i iBv l il Xinkun i ij J t rail by al oltilers and jtl v Fi ihurdirfjjf lijl their ihey foumV 11161 inan tWelfXv gallons of nnd aparll y bottle of mule whisky 2 ourn in his The for evident jThf was but jinr KiHlhlund ive and airivd I 111 ilpnOI illlilit ivr I idrn m Ijiv lres tiiail 110 ARE 1 eame as lo h as m or 11 he hoiriif trr in Kair riK forh nil tliintrKjsvl ind nttiinillK n a at itn arier he had been J II ihlef of leillt Meis shadowed jaii paid his line in i BURfESlfrORXME 1 iliid him I Iht Imrn pi rsons werf UilliM nnd fjom he ill posslssiou i if is injuijd wljieji a t iMitilf t Xinluin is snlil liini 1fnm r u ii hi u Inl in for the pnrjt Hiior hits nirtl auaiinst JH 11 fiitifl i fe ttIitnittin Sin thfi will SN i his fritri I inn suits n lilfl in l in AIVIMI i the IM ine jtnl il in I in stun ll IMHI h it ii Ihe ol M lintl mill Ihe n thildrtn hilled of ha kEalf Case in i II DI tliitslinn rji FTC Fe gunshot w if flitted byj a person unk homicid I ftLAtoCHflL ihroiiKli VipcnmH law lino r jv thai ihe linn of he lorlil n ihe i Those losinx thlr in Princetdn Adjourned the yerdict here to jury in the of Will i Kniiien LlJ had been Kieiiaid snii 1 SOI Of I lei antl Tbitnias iji the etle of Ihe sttfllo vs and Ilfetl eoiinl 1 anil I 1 was IliNTiinu llriu k tiJiH Tay lifti bull him ns a witness wilh that he is in jnil in default of ttul t ra in this rity bus his arid th it hln f First ChriHtirin m bo All nl Illf iiiiins i if iiiTiuUUH in s en ycstirtkiy jitl until MfimLty nun iiiiiK ihr m the Al iiirnrys folr 51 v iHt thtir bo if VW fnrr On ruvt Noih iiiu in i ctl In 1 I President pf Carnegie Hero Ftfnd Dead Appointnient of Rural On J J 7 i a places in the niches of jorati WhHe worli virtually completed the work of tha nil s Hie in icrr In tin pitit iulr BUDGET PLAN TURNS DEFICIT INTO SURPLUS Proudent Tolls rrmcnl Heads Over 1 Half Billion Has Been p ut the Beo DIU f W Irt finintes an CUM In it PIP now pOit i bfiO if rcteiptH Stiver PX Ittiros when booltH are atitlio end of The further annoumtil I had to the froin u uiHfd 100 i t nnd dOLliired thnt In Us formative ear said afier bealiirK hcr and the plnieil IIIH head oh a mitt stove ami turned onlll4 I la vis from the and i ailed ihi poltee who arrived ih lime lo I la vis from llle j Ills eoitdilion was said al the hospital he eharKiiif afmajill antl sworn out hy the will be In Ivenl Davis jl was SUNDAY NKW rotiill toeriitk of Fifth nvoriiUtllmH ileeicled tbii us hoipollol b ulltl and Kobeil ami liiMnnlly Ihelr SANTA Wh 1 horribly ul l vn Urns rushed lo he Saniiiri S hospital in hr lieil several hours The explosion otiuiretl durinu 11 nntiohu lylierminatjcl by Coron c only five v Mabel mly motion tb j testify out originally we Ttie sudden c fqgrpolice uners llAViKSS IS ill i A of isiili ill ib snry for an for exn live and itvi his upll in 111 eovered bv jllitS for Tile new iiillmr Kildily ill Ills Wilfler I follow me He fwas The were plaviim lvllh lh and noted lrsl wiliia helbived have eon hl f1 tljgt 1 ivtJ by widow laiilinl One of the ihll iveuoy wmow dren to Ihe and 111 ml Kiiheral sorvlris jar KlVIll it Is believflf lo IlIlM raUSell Uil1 hllcl htl tin1 The of tlit1 obtains pvvn will be formally closed Monday M an address StlUmtm by President jAll delegations are mkking t Tetfporfry Point meiits to return to their liomes immediately v j J f i H i iSKibie ir Hie loejlj d in lit lemjmrarilv W I Th lauil of lfl a1 Wy 1T1V Bsday after af nouncemen ijinber of stars testify at the explained den the ct nformity to hgpring have tloaMd loun money and Ilie small siieaui near tlnj Jithool poinliivenl of lo lake buried in i bciiiK a in tjie Stillman the he faji and eoni tmits had been the of f Or Painting Is Recorp for Work ll cnnndoijit JUDGE STEPS I f 7MTg BREACH INDIAKAPOMk r of tnc ficbxltilc of iiitis in MiarKiil tjhe ru IPP ToIijVhoiK h of i Irthc IlliiH if IttW InvalUI nnd wore nslde by A T jdprnl court In tlnu Hiilt of thu rompany tuv pubRc senloo Tie court that the of thi property 8f plali lift lined nnd useful for tl iierv ee artil arc Ih violation fotireenfh amendment to the lion of the tnltexl Rescue Two More Bodies From mil only lioiiiitniiiiis ijrniti KI iv Ihe in Alliuiiiit t assiu iaiionB yeslerdaS atlended ai neririnK f the til Aldermens ithll niintf lintl fiiinplaimtl liat the in line tinshell prtiHIijeM as 16 A inj a line in nr Itnlh fin inyeleraU pellfllers and pan With He GRAND i WASHINGTONS John Father of n r tr I UtrEtil uf i Dies in New Yorkm KUI puhllo Biitlei fiKhlylhree Irish painHl and ullllll father nf WI1 Hani Duller IH dend at vas due In heart resident nf ihin Whtglll luvi is th an JB f his Dcaih Me HUH heejn eounlry twelve S5 1ov ue Infiuenztx Cases Sets Mark ill New York 4j A new hlKh mark of ln jlhis years InlHl eliee epidelllir Was inoie vlctlmn of thp In IMvH mine nf the Irltk Coke two the t wuro hrouffht out yenicr ilayj So fur bmllSH have Iweii mine nlllcwlit im ONK HANDIT nnd fnll Wily o of HUi 4 1 Vo banillts en hoavy Pennsylvania Killd a Jt totluy and ohtt ued ai after iwlilcb they foiiuht n plsiol IlKhl with poll i the battle it Ilii cxriuHhv Ined Ntoirk CoallTruck Dfiver itni1 wrrt hiiiiilH bplnf tV one twentyHicKl yvnni WIJH klllpd hcn n coal t tick In1 WUHJ wnfl n Bennsyli By Uf ABanplnlcd PIPBS truln nt u I I olll rials dwlarpil toilay Hint tbpy had rp irlved no word of anvl troublpjln uny U7II I GFC Irdlann flilds nrlslnK from rp vfWr Stt efforts to olrKaniKO Irj the vicinity GAME ASSOCIATION Plk0 and Game tlon will bold the annual the opera house in Tries Suicide Aftei fiT nt I pn the l f It f plJll I of OL After the ffrh friI xiiere H etff on tH oT wild BeotingJlisFa age condition at a lowing an attempt suicide njter lie A Mnlei had choked and severely beaten wife COCHT eh tertiiv whl Per tiiclai bate there jari nlljt estate oh the dock 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suit AI Nut that Musics ion mo to DSli AESOPS FABLES PAJTHE mil iftnul coptnvthcli lof j American to nccppf to tho Inl ted SintriH i from Iowa tn PUrrocd AVilljam Ivy who lo becnnifl federal WashlnKIOp iin lioiineed at a meeting of Ibi Murylund iXeeutlve rominittee nf the ef feriluy hleh CnlnhH MiicpSlder was i Blaze inFail Shop Laid io Firebug de note REGULAR ABMISSI6N PRlilE itroyed the Ixhlgh galley Railroad atid repair shops edifly Thp loigwnji estimated Railroad detectives i were of the opin ion that the of jtncendiary It wastha i third serious tire n the bg ralroed terminals here and In JToboken In TROWBBTOGES UN Bickndl Dally Nciv irldBe of i Trow paltE n fine In ROMS President fiils thut rro niir I llfurldnir Ktill is meilbllle should luf s unliwa it IH uciom pa tiled by n raising thp money to In1 to Ho nn wiry millions has been The search on the paylnK body federal tax may he placed be by the White boiiflp probably si Sulphur Is clemen air chemlstH It principle of combustion 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