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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1922, Washington, Indiana                                I J THE WASHEMFON HERALD EDITION THE GAZETTE AND HERALD VOLUME XV1T7 NUMBER 245 AT high school gym Wednesday If Ihe patronage other trams will be Merchants management The Va bashMerchantH game will follow a i preliminary between the Junior high and squads Tboi curtain raiser was planned to tain the crowd pending the big game wffs set back in order to give an opportunity to see nonoKA wUiow Fred a popular and wide fir known Baltimore and Ohio rail road whose home was on northeast First street in this city died at 4 oclock Monday afternoon at was attributed to a cerebra hemorrhage and came after a shock ingly brief Mr Clayton was with a Western Union construction force which has been working at 9 oclock Mon day morning he mride complaint ot feeling and went to his he returned to his work but again took ill and died soon His immediate family consists of his who Was a Alias and about eight years He was of William Clayton of Clayton spent part of Sunday accompanying Clayton as far fas Lawrenceville on her way to Claytou could not in Louis un til this morning to her of her husbands Fred Clayton had the good will o all who knew He was about 48 years of age and was1 a favorite In railroad he being a personal friend of practically all tha road men Washington and was an ardent lover of base ball and never missed a game if It were convenient for him to The body passed through Washing ton this afternoon on the way to Or burial will take TAG AWAXCE SJ Wallace one of the most prominent women in this com died Monday Sfte was Shewas the widow or Wallace founder of the Dodge Manufacturing the largest pulley works In tbe YOITXG MAX IX COtXTY j from ihis extracting the lncl r i The opened Halloween night The winning key failed to show last A duplicate winning key was placed In night by I Mayor McGarty and witli thousands of other yPramptlj at 7 oclock a Jine of persons entitled WORRIES MAIlirflKD WOMAN By the Associated December Emma Wtltroul 80 years was bdrned to death near here to day when she attempted to put a piece ol wood in a AX By the Associated Pvess December 19 Hardman was acquitted a jury today of the charge of mur dering the Blue Grass turkey IIOATS CREW By the Associated Press December The steamer which ran ashore at Morgans Point near Port last was reported today to he foundering heavily on the The coast guards took off the Carl whose home is about six mlligiijiaiijh of was a prisoner in tttS county jail He Is charged with Hawkins Is about 2C years old and Is Hawkins was arrested Monday i night by Sheriff Burress of Martin county on request of Sheriff Faith of Daviess count who held warrant jfor his deputy went to Shoals this morning and brought Hawkins to tbe countv Hawkins is alleged to have forged tbe name of his Phillip Haw his uncle and his to a note for which he for a Durant bile purchased three months ago from the BernsBarstow agency of this elf of which Ed Haitman is the manager The affidavit in the case was lied in the court of Magistrate Sheriff Faith called Sheriff Burreis yesterday afternoon and ii Hawkinss Hawkins was arraigned in circuit court this afternoon and entered n plea of not guilty after he was returned to jalrfn of the store and keys were removed fWm jibeVoxbe fore Smith took out the coveted j Smith is a sen On west Main thun tho area sown a year ago The condition ot Hie compared in about the average clatea Enfer Llnton has of Hwointj meat of Clyjle as a cadet in strP Perrlne rpa mental and physical exatutSafipna tofniallfy i ert a yoi of told on t i day at the trial in 21 Officer t the ig the Hprln rljot to e witness stand to Id ot the attack the raising a fiag of surrender of Us i The mental examin Vincennes in I is a sort ot i t He 4M be heR Perrlne former unlclpal elec Pcessi1 1IKRO OF TUB By the Associated Preas SAULT cember wireless today fold tale of the remarkableheroism by Phillip fireman the tug afjter tue carrying 30 crashed on therocky shores of Lake nearlya week Sunday four after the craft had been Dow volunteered to swim j ashore anil succeeded in stringing a rope with j by the means of tug boats made their way I to the OFFKUKII CAff TinSK OK ROBBKKS WHO BASK CVAlltt By I amateur radio dntits and of the nion being marched to the Power Hotise about miles from the Lined up before the jjarbed wire the forty AIU heavy advance sale of Reats Indicates a caftaplty crowd for theWabash college Ad Washington Merchants basket ball game at the SARAHBEieXHAUDT December i fBernhardt had a at i the close of the last rehearsal yester j day afterneon of new TTn Sujet de which j was to have been produced last night I with Bernhardt in one of the prlncli I pal of her indlsi Dillon the production was i Chest of Silver is Won by Smith Bernard eighteen years is the winner of the chest of sil valued at given away by the Williams Rexall drug He drew the prize winning key from the box shortly after 10 oclock this Smith held receipts entitling him to draw from before Smith tried his Ben the well known pulled 171 By th SALT LAKE 1 her mail missing j when he became loi the way to Rock fbeen fttund alive an four miles from thi plane was found ye to advices received mail offi 1 cials here Press Decero an air Frldav iia blizzard on has Well at a ranch fee where his according bodies afterwards fjduhd at tills i Officer kjiat had j escaped by dropping on tiits then j fleeing while the irowd was chasing j i some of the men who mid j the shower of iThe witness l said he could only identljfk one the Associated Press December threebandits who stUfd In billsfrom guardsat the United States minthere police mittfiU Chief of Williams said he j believed the msnwho committed the By the Associated Pres j robbery arenot professional bandits SOUTH December declared that ha thought that tlvn was the coldest morning tnte robbers had left Last night this morning police made a thorough search of rooming hotiKes aiid small picking up suspicious Radiograms broadcast from gave descriptions of thev liandks who shot and killed a reserve bank city of Denver today fwcdj a reward of for or alive of the SOUTH season in South the thermo meter registering 2 below zero at S MEETING OF Amass meeting of farmers will bi1 held at the Donaldson school youth east of at oclock Wednesday Buy Seals whijp had fyiven up In an atitombbllo and askedj for th leader of the rrowdbefotjej the shoot Officer said j saW Willis in conference with and then i Have You Plant XKWVAPKR Deceniljer Gary PostTribune building was de stroyed Monday by a firestarting in the tiock mainly to is expected OMARS DEFEs WORLD December The Indianapolis j Omars Jplay Ing i stellar brand of basket j second beat the New TO December Ball in th3 j York worlds at Tonllinson hal i last night by a to A I Marstoni 23 was capacity crqwd was on himd towit crushed to death in theplate mill of j ness the sport see thei excollege j the Inland Steel plant at Indiana I slurs beat the visitors at ithefr or just a furnace in your We install nothing but Heating BISHOP HEATING COMPANY East Fifth and Walnut Phone SAYS XO December The Interstate commerce commission Monday cefused the request of the State Public Utilities that per cent car nlshed to a mining at Shaw so it could more speedily salvage coal from the has been on The commission initiated order to save thousands oftons the LOS WGKIvFS Drcemlier Wallao Rckl K ipstinjS accoidlnji WnUaco Hlfi of tin motion picture Reid in in u Flnlh saiiltiirium uftcr i Harbor Meims Mental Happiness CHRISTMAS DAY should find a n EDISON in your Its derful rich fine lasting the perfection of our rec a continual source of comfort io your fait many days to the are within Read New Edisons 300 Player RdUs at 50c Eaeh Visit with us at once and let us demonstrate the wonderful qualities of these musical The Vonderschmitt Music L V 5A i which is i allowed under The first half was playjed undjer legiatw the1 locals j trailing four pointsat the close of i the period with ithe score I staniliiig 14 to i The cats showed a ibursf of defense jWhJch Omars to make most of tiulr shots I the basket from long r a The1 passing game of the visitors also was of higli the giant router of tbe New es pecially clever in handling and1 pass ing the The bniars were somewhat bewild ered at dribble of live vis itors to the second but soon adapted to tlia new style ledVby who played a wonderful ganiej of the ball tjhiough of to the leather of fellow team Moffett and Miljer good defensive i White and Carney played on Ihe offensive while Hennelsev anu Mendenhall followed well and broke up many well started of in Celts had but five men in uni Beckman btiug illj Near close of the game the grueling pace icld ontJieJ visitors whei fresh men weremost Al bench manager fov jugsled the full streiigth of the material in ths way making substitutions to get the maximum strength It was an exciting game 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