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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - December 23, 1922, Washington, Indiana                                THE DAILY EDITION THE GAZETTE AND HERALD SATURDAY DECEMBER ERALD XVtll NUMBEK 249 Troops Stand Guard Ov er Bodies Foiind in a Louisiana I By Atsocictled i Attorney General Coco this af1 ternocn handed a warrant to Sheriff Carpenter ordering the arrest cfone man in connection with the Morehouac kidnap ping The warrant charges Associated j MER i bound and badly mutilated bodies of the two nien recoveredyesterday in Lake La Fourche by state troops and believed to be those of Watt Daniels and Thomas who disappeared af ter being kidnapped by masked and whiterobed men last Au this morning were viewed by Richards widow and Watts and a score of relatives and Identification of Watt Dan iels is according to the because of the found on a belt buckle which Daniels it said to have worn at the time hs was spirited The bodies are lying in the temple where they are a detachment of I B day served as the anniversary ORE the next impression of TheWemltiis ready for disttibutiott another celebration of the great Christian festival will have TMs news following long established makes the Christi ias team a holi ract for everybody about thzplanti The presses will be the the types lifeless forthe one day which all our frie Christmas 1922 believe is a s mors ol is surely ard is Why the Delaij oe national The guards are armed with auto matic rifles and were instruct ed by Captain Cooper to shoot all persons who attempt to spirit away the The inquest will probably be held late this accord ing to advices received here from Fred More house parish who re turned to Convicted Woman Is Given New Trial December India convicted cf manslaughter in the Marion ioun ty criminal court in for killing her was Fridav granted a hew trial by the supreme Myers was to serve from 2 to 2 years in the wom ans prison hy the criminal The was granted in technical 1ut tho court in an opinion said Evldece before us so her contention that of self defense that it we were peimlttedi to weigh and pass on we not hesitate to say that it was sul tflcient to raise a reasonable daub which would justify an IXCRKASKS December Notice of an increase of the capita stock from was filed Friday with the secretary of state by Ayres Company of This represents a stock dividend 400 per or the accumulationof proSts of the de partment Jorty Frnd 6rick president of the eom pany said the increase was necessary to takecare of the increa In the companys SARAZKX NEW December general open and American professional golf Friday Joined Babe Rutli in the slim ranks of thEi athletes cliff Lodge with which Sarazen receixtly signed a con tract as a announced it had inaured him for thatsum sb aceiUeht or iir xivenil ilny liiMiiilifnl iinti iiliil liiiniUr i iiioiv hian tllul fllyi IIIH heen pili il up In the Ktrwl no iitliiuiil to brlnt IIK thin vvrndiitill Into UK nun Mn fitil Ilinl liny Iliirheiof men tillable nf erecting are the HtreetM In the Iriie if MI rnrliiK woik with In Ihilr millunate part of the cost of i ul al the patv Wl by id on I anil Sirue one is niKlicllllU Ills duly as aii Ihf tlin KIT vnnliir 4lie Jipepiil uhkh J nunths ago mi that mrtke a tmvn oiit of li n by bchifi en tinjnh all the ollicial invcsigatoin sliuulil be instituted and if this rtiaiie then some new fares should iitiorn tlir walls M lie couiicil after the lit of tiunow TKsr wlji 1 lim heaoiiiiulntH uith c cf tbe opinion hat lie his way about tiv arrli iiiiliiirtinii it iviiiiM have been ii eve tlrs and burning up I1 nuiiiifipal lisht fie that he ii the IK st bad and this benj tun if it if yi ull Iliul s me who will di lib then lie would not delay at tosthe Airl ii is all tllil llir arrh will peace and ili tbe liirds Some or scvera in Hie npputrntly the mayors It tii say who it the imuu of Kb be Iran n into the non iiAvn lioujh In In n re I tiMican and the mayor a deinuirat an on i lit he doiutin stiitestnan from the tile same inay be sa 1 with reference to Haci n and Strei Strect lint aflrr is the tart ninuins that the arrh lies n twisted inavs wUere it dtiitliied into the slin t bliHUiiiK days day hut a few hinirs away those who hinder the inairh of progipss of Washington sbonlil akft measure of them nndi rgo a the Its a Nlemlid time to do thniRK ofitliis as lucre man of today is iidtliins lisstlian a mere Uitfyfter and young sters utont wrtbont pain of The of towinthe leeliers and the the aiitnmohili diivcrs and almost every i lieieabouts believe tliat tlie arch one of the things es sential to Hie success cf Washington and w thout luitlier delay it should rise at Alain and east Third even if two or thw feet of the passage way of the street is ritoppeil fio to it Were fer you stvrnger fhan gar broth and dont forget to leave a few In the street to fasten the arch too to keen it from vabbling over or some infer nal pest from taking it to a convenient junk dump What a pity It s that the arch fs not for on Christmas eve the travelers wise men may a liard time fluding our mayor if there are no to nassagc into gates of Tbe arrli The May It yefc ho saved from thr scrap heap UtK we teijih all our readers amkrry Christmas with the utmost sincerifyi KOur friends have been good tous this yearand we them to know how deeply we appre ciate their favorf encouragement and If only we could do as much for he world is ob nds as they do for us i How desolate existence would be but for the Christmas Persons who ve or profess to believe that the worlfjJMotgrowinybetter are in There teady and continuing process of Although there be wary and ru wars and the Mttleftiumyetfar there can be no doubt that rnankind if emergMg from its natural tstqie Civilizations stand moving good will toward men jxeoader significance a more potent influence and wider recognition this daythdnat any time sir ce the words of glorious prophecylrhtging from the angel thorns pro claimed the birth of the Christmas 1922 FIRST ftT SKSSIDN OF COtllT KAPIW MOW I HIM nV IIITH rinriiT llrciMiibpi for tin1 tinn of clfciili cmin uhlrli will IIP livened Jantuiry will l draw Chrlf Jmlg i by tho July tmiin da tlastlngs will der t al ti field o will circurt the Ilrs trrm of the I court oVer which I D AVI ESS COUNTY NOT AFFECTED BY COURTS RULING Inrrcusflw In Inv prnlMMiUiittt nindf hy county lioiirdK of review In eightyHunt roimtlrn in liillowlne Ihf PimclmcMI by the hpoclnl NiHsliui tf Icjrishi liiriof lhi lid were niit tinIndiana miprcnic fiinrl held DavliMH ronnly WIIH not of llu FiKhfyHKlit enmity nincii Tin1 cmiriH KclHon wirnH Hint iif if tbe Mnrlnu MI licrliir who held In u brouRlit by Marlon primly tlmt thi In rreiinr hnd been made Tax nfHrlulH fiat flic the Christmas Buying MrilY MXDS FOB COMIANV The Noymnber term of the j vlesH circuit court ctlino to let thlK H wiis HID Urn i Hlon of court held hy Jildfjio Hincii bin Ilictloii Novomboi whlcihr tho t lie conveueil Tinjuinmry of tlie He has indicated that IIP will tourt in session cne week beyond tlifl customary length of the term in or relieve the congested murder case is pending on the 1 ducket and il will IP trif January it is under Tli defendant is John Stan who is cliaigrd with the murder of Hide He was indicted by a grand jury and has been In Jail here ilme his efforts to obtain his liberty on liond having Ri hniond a farmer liv ing iij 1112 edge of Martin county near the Ohinge county was of manslaughter in the Orange cir ruit ourt at Paoli this He s I he fuher of the Allbrlght boy who nly mhclil result rrnni thr woiitd lie an attempt by SOIIIP taxpayer to secure a relund uf the taxes he paid under the was dnlareil Wlietlirior not ft refund should he would be u mutter for further coml artii Nun a mrjnbcr of the boar pointed out thut nlmiild the tnv rifiifl be a liiichcr lev would be needed next year to offset the amount oftaxes Da 011 I KOH itlngi The next Mor STORES TO BE CLOSED MONDAY This was the nnal day to do your j county circuit court j ducted by Judge HastingsIn tlic n A finding for the defendant returned in the circuit 1 before which the suit of Lou 10 recover damgaes fromtbe Chicago railroad company for the destruction f an The Ashby ear was wrecked when i waa struck Orthi locomotive of u train of the oott at a street crossing Bicknell jury received the case I o clock Friday and ver diet two hojirs Vincennes broughi suit which originally was Hied in thekncx circult coming lo this count in a change of venuej I Ciiiruit rouil i States cs Carl forperv mil lioiih have hfiii by the ihiiH huyiiiK public In the pltwiil prelnillday heuwin than fver before in manaueiH of the hie The tlitnrcN ml tlittlr were mil made WUH a In the history of the larger stores In Stale but wliether the recorU would be NurpiiNKcd today wan u Tin offered hy nH HI ore inniiHKoiN that ilnity of work nil Ml good hie fcalurn of tlu holtluy Irude hitn iMeitlhf evendlMtrlbntlon ulthnuRli tuyft as huve led In Alt null btiyliiR In son in the records of imtl inuimRHs said It would be crltjispd tills J Washington iiurchuiits Welt pleased with holiday In circulating amonp the men who Co to make up the the inforinatiiln sleaneW inal most eviry that fliiivness this bollday would set a The nnst notlieiible thing among the local this year was the class of articles beiiig pur for jija JtiIty of eases III gift things were articles to make lojthe comfort of the uil neeessity if the i May Be Denver Robbergf Holdup On Pittsburg1 i By Associated SANTA bec men with heaVy suiiciasei who arrived from Vegas in an automobile early this morningTiVe in the county jail pending investigation in connection with the robbery of the United States federal re serve bank truck at The United States marshals of i fice had received tip from Las Vegas and officers of peni ienhary jifter observing1 them at breakfast at j took them into By Associated Ross for thf Pittsburg Coal WM mortally wounded and etolen by masked bandits oftf j lonely road ten nules sotith bf the city The robberl I Dennis waa riding torcycle in front of an bile which carried I he mas pay roll and was Young Archer at the limp Christmas was shot and Allhright iharged with havingbeen crim responsible for a fatal atitomo a result the stores are crowded witn titlpd to custody of JLoyal dragged for 50 walked into and He died The time or doing holiday trad ing is now out a matter of As lola Andis VK Andijs di vorce finding that defendant s eii hile criminal locket for i ary tjerm of court also contains ihfi case pf the state aganst Walter Hays former president of the White o belated who had neglected t and Autman awarded fendant custody of Ralph Kfennli Andjs awarded to Hude ment asainst defendant for costs was toishow to do their buying until the nilnute or who have completed the cf their shopping and made that few more gifts were Ttstimony bankj of Whether thi in to complete their that Plaintiff had beeni guftty It In Win ho ot rho Practically all the stores in the citv conduct with a man other ease Will be tried at the January term 1 is Hays was indicted by grand jury which investigated will be closed all day Monday in ob servanceof the Chiistmus than her Opal Chapman vs thap i me r I the circumstances attending the cldaj Thia will give a twoday vacation for finding plaintiff ing 01 thf banking workers Mho will be required to defendaittfor costs 1 tution which shut its door the sfupply of cash ran out MANY CHRISTMAS CARDS HANDLED report for Oorcery meat market and other atoies that handle food stuffi were taking care of a big rush Harned vs Reasoilqhabman et note judgment against defen dants for Sadie Beck TS M pve the time they areto be used were well pleased with the holiday busi which in numerous instances has broken previous j The volume of Christmas mail handled al the jvflahlngton post a Hce this week isf in recent I yeara a new rec ord according f toda The stw 1 postmaster Tons of mail have j since h d ve ejn handled thus andwhl e the out and 80me OI thc going mail will prolmMy be lighter ernoon the sales forces had mo I j after today the Incoming mail than they could do on cu3J j likely The dealers as a whole are Christmas greeting cards j have gone through the postoffice hero than ever said McGehee This accounts in a measure for the increased volume of While the bulk of the outgoing cards and greetings were handled before last night hundreds will be received to day the expectation that will lie delivered here Christmas Ther has also been a noticeable in crease in the parcel post business and this ias resulted In larger number of insurance certificates being pur chasi also ilaya defln ibis Purchases for two including 1ay et alforeclosure if mortgage Christmas which is occasion of a against fcust in the majority of has and deoree of to be Many articles of foods i funller finding ihat plaintiff U en can not be bought long in advance o titled to appointmentiOf rectiver Evnrt Beclc appointed receiver uncommonl dered to give Charles aniTOotlie Lucjas vs John note judgment for Prosecutor Dismisses CaseAgainst Melvins Tile case of tho state against and Ben of Burr was dismissed this mcrning in the icourt oT Magistrate ijhejey by Prose cutingrAttorney who aft er with the camH to the conclusion that the evidence was insufficient to The de fendants were with naviiife entered robbed the Lundergan store at Montgomery last They hkdbeen in jail since December 1 G when they were arrested by iff AntiStrifo Bill Will Be Offered The business has been It willbe several before we are able to ascertain iteljc whetherthe malt ear Jsthe largest In history December 23 After finding Thomas republi can chairman of the Twelfth te be guilty of having run a gambling Judge Hooker yesterday sen tenced Dillon to serve six months at the penal farm and fined him A motion for it new the first ofan appeal to the supreme Dillon a memberof Mayor Lew Shanks political RKIDS CONDITION LOS December condition of motion picture recuperating from a breakdown which a imost caused his Friday indicated continued after a of good according to rqports from the sanitarium at Holly j Physicians saidthe jencoiyf changes may make it to sit lip by New IT IS MY December Lin It is my cried 60 years a railjoad when saw an ijit ait automobile driven by Cliiford The December An aimitrjke bill will to the jndiana It w entitled Van act to protect a person in his work for the support himself or and providing alties for the violation The measure would make it unlaw ful for or act ing singly or jointly with another or by fineans of any kinds of intimidation or to cause or or attempt to cause or any per son engaged in a lawful occupation to quit such or to refuse or decline to accept or begin a lawful Punishment would bci imprison ment for less than 60 days nor more than two or a flne of not less than or more than two yean or a fine of not less than nor more than or Queen Alexandria has a pair of opera made In yaltieC at They are 6t are set with rubiB and by At drove through hollow in two masked iwsn stepped into the road ai4 wirtiwrf emptied their tfhoU guns at who knocked off hii t Were joined by er masked bandtis who opened fiie on tthe damag ing the They drove the clerks from took the the mechanism oeat l About this time onerqf bandits noticed who was bleeding from a dozen I gunshot was ing to draw his The I bandit ran to rolled him over and fired his shotgun into his Almost immediately a big automobile down the road and picked up the bandits and money and drove rapidly r ij DcnnU died While being tak en to a hospital The sheriffs of two counties sent t the scene of the Pittsburg police were stationed on all roads leading info By Associated discovery of a bill thought to have been one of in 55 notes stolen fiom the feder al reserve bank truck Den ver last Monday led federal se cret service operatives lice on an intensive max hunt today which I for hours before the mistak was and Harry Hyatt and their Sara aia here from Indianapolis for tbe They are the gudsta of Hyatts Emma   

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