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Washington Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1922, Washington, Indiana DAILY EDITION THE jrAZETTE ANRJHEiRALD lie entitled to 115 according to the oftlelui The npublicun leapt In each of the ilRht counties at the lust conoral election and th apportion ment of innonK thf seviriil f countiis follows Oavless in JAIorkan THtlRSDA ll STARTS AT I Tho luiHket mil same v the mid in about charitable held v rlIV by hi Illlhina sulllll viryiritf j four 61 f v fiiiul VH of th more th sented Officially lat Siilllviin Tolals The convinllnn wjll nominate a ran rtldntr for InINd Sliiles prnviil IIIK no elmlee IK nuulii In Kinlewlilc liilmury May It vlll also for the fiillowlim Hluie illiorit Swereiary nl Auditor f Treamirer of Clerk of t Oilu 1 wlm HI Mi nt Slinit ir Lornl Ci anil lirl III vcyJnK the dcellnatlun of the Stales of the Invitation to lake Ohoa mootlnlf be Inter i it father as an of Americas willingness to aid If was felt that aid couldjlie rendi1 The Lnlted States oil afford to enter Inton help from ll can not olll lalH milling tliftt the jkiivrl call haveliecn rereiveil here chairman of Ilie iMke publican f Second Street Hill Sure High and Dry uunliM imty lnT without rhiifiliitj CaMlnw and Scow Kui lliy 1y DfiTrHOJv luring t In linn In ln I hi cdtiiii y p today in Ith WORST BLIZZARD IN RECENT YEARS GRIPS PANHANDLE IMy the Piess Marcl 4 the Nynfn BaiiKs nnt Ktari t 4 artvlsiyy siiiil u Tills IS dtlc In urtli that thelerks who work In th may have an iipportimiiy i i I k Lyonii hjs ili V fented unee sea Apgearnace in hm Dllayed on Account J Illness of J STYLES BONU3 VOLU I cnurt ir MEj 8 jtlon f Hi ni Jiiil mi CEKTIFICAi FROZEN C KED1T Pay on Ac count of Illness Also i1 Hit by Board this country an of supreme Imprtjtanre Their uliHcrvntlnns and In the consideration of methods thai t heroIn a reliabllalloh prlnclniilly aro rearaangc Inenl of German reparations and Balanc ins of budgets by certain foreign 1 na tii consideration pR riucctlnni In view of the United It wus there could be no attempt fit worldwide econmlc Olllelals that iiinbiufindor nt Hoine mlRht uttend tlv conferonCP to report the thlii per cent Davieas tofi ave 17 Delegates in No n inating The official cull tor the rcpigiliciin which will In IndlanapctlH Wednesday anil May 24 and has 111 by chairman re ptihlicun efinveii tlon wlirbe composed of apportlonetl amont tlio several itimilea on tho IwalB of vote at life In HI general j Second conscreHslonal m iadi from Hayes avenue to Hltfhlanil and a 7 per cent srade In illana avenue to Hayes Tire fram Indiana avenue to lalul avennc WLH fnunil lo r The level of lliffhlnml avenue U feel nbnvi1 the levj1 of Indiana av Tc reduce tlicse two sriuarts to the 5 per cent Knli would rr iiniie Ihe removal f feet from the nl Socond stiret il was ts and would ineaii the nniovul nf scthc cubic yards earth at in cxIundHure lat iO cents a cubic yardl nf abnut still Icavinir numerous i ItixenH hlfih and ininnitl ni Hi Ihe hill riinnlni east from south sine perccnl llu ai llu CarniBk publi class U MANAIiKK IS OKKHKK ASSOCIATION AKKIHA1 i Tlie w ini addiliiinal f licnn lllcfl li I iiimiiy 1ashln i hfor liid to fin1 i r ilemi for i for Nnlli IV i fninlldat II y reroil townshil Jit ml w ith SamiiiH II Hlu In hull This fit i the liiitid Suites Ki rillr tlinu IO M i Ilie M Si 1 elm rvii c monthly xlnlT me Illis al Si I NDHKUOOI VOWS llM MCTI n i hi n 1 1 Il inn til1 t I Si i Ahil i tnlil hi Hi tlxil h 1 1 1 hi US Davis pV rites in Effort to tdinlJoint Meetin Marcl Op iv M I mvniM and mini opijraioiA by rf r In i l IK u Il inn I The l ill ii i mi lu in ni I riit of cnnitnin iiini wive thh rosnll of d strike In u formal the altnrn ju he had entert Avlth repr i ml ot th licit u of the an Ii 1 I lie I aliicmpiit Ffe March il Min I DT Ill Ol Wife of Albert Peek i DieS After Short 111 ness of StrickilTt last AUicil March 0 hi r b pin llaim ih Il Pi j it Caimly nr e i I ILK Tor el ry beiliiK ell lei Iriei Lewis of the i i ommtntl libur liaviss emetii I have been ready Sirv ready to meet with the and lilac i auTreineiTl thaijwtl iiflini 111 tl STATION I I Lewis as IHUS in their ciinumlohtl I1 ihe c IMHK lillll 113 IeniiMylVaniit Ijes tnfeid Mine 6f A e of fdieunionia he had hiifn mnrnl Slii sivly I IIIMH aiul mie luub incliil ifilii rnoiii reganSejfl anil Islimable l rhaiie m had In erl n was c r of yiy acruement wilh the Internullo eulUdan interstdle of inwiiHo ihe aijiy i1 IlilinfJi I Smiley Will Represent Rotez al ihe Il Vanttjiiicum ol AHIII brarjpHiilj wiili moivlUin HMI pnsen huni fiimi a farm in Veale ri1 01 i In Inili of ihe OfL the IliUs nuiiden vasi IKwas iiuht i hum find iKiniurliy in attr An Order ot Racles M ednesday a t iiildrSjlt iiii by heard an explanation of tlie mow 1ilT milch iioivu J sacrelurjj he IriaBe n r HlrtntjlVDrll W orderexl a inj welcome by 6f aild of of Ihe assoiiaiimi RptariiuiH their week ly lunchton today Elected Hoy on 1iirposes and nr a pant as the cluhn ms was Hpresentatlve to the International Max of neas VDIltlon of the organization he held r l lie Indiana Teleplioiu In Anmles In The numbers jn i i ninn were addressed at liinchenn by of Indiana pub the LeHny wlio was on the cenilv the of ihe inher speakr f is b ihe I nibana si nl tin Indhnhi slalc KAIHO IAKTIKS im ChrNiian are l wrinkle aiuoni Ilal yonl bs eleilerl wl flls al mil pelliim radio s 1roni TO SKRVK ON Washinittim hin been drawn as u menbfiof ihe federal peili lie has been dlreeled lo re port lor at Kvansvllle April wiiv lif Si whose subjei i was AlUiny and ill and of In Illinois lal nr ll com that acijou th inert nnprisirii tlitii on alvy f strike JVnrl flirMoflljlat ai iMI 11 eis in ultju i ibeir sr4 nee a into Sul J11 H a some M I rm viv ihililnli are A I tnrncy JJIover Uarj if ill i 1C lijul niuhl that InIJi Sub ami all ol Ibis n r u U liro Itave a A MJIroll o Hie from29 fif th 81 lo ii and in Imtti BhOtt that voted in run In ei 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strtry of MadMynni Oberichalrt of hicato which she 1ad walled mrnth9to toll conlriMnlni John lopul liraltr for whose iniurder jhe is nn trial he bonhn today when she called 13 the stand aH a wltnBRS In her defense JfTRA ATTRACTIONS TONIGHT NOTHING LIKE IT Irsk nf Clnater ChrlBtie NOTH1NC MICE IB itaillcal Dojinituro SetH Vital facu for lOlalu alttiouirh atipeannjr anil not hesltatlrtcr In her answcfs to titiif ITer eyes wcro on Jurors most o tho Saylnn sho kept i I International News Weekly dlnry ol red to She was pale and apoke her activities In she roljnr It frequently lo refresh CPCRT fPHOLDS The HI of Peter who dtedlftti
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