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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1923, Washington, Indiana                                EEKAL DAIEY EDITION OF fiAZETTE AND HERALD APRIL VOLUME XVIII 341 Plane Carries Food To Miami Explorers By the Associated Press April air plane piloted by and carrying Charlies on Fort Myers auto who made his way across the Everglades into Miami jast left early to day with supplies or the other twentyivo members of he party who were Icfft yesterday morning sixtythree imiles south of short uf food anil j I Quarry and Grandson Rushed to Hospital at Seymour j Hurrying to a freight wreck at j west of Uic wreck from the local shop of the Baltimore and Ohio struck an automobile at a grade crossing In Sparksville about i oclock this iCharles foreman of the Le quarry at his Bobby who was riding in the car wlrh are n Jiorted to have been seriously They were taken to tin1 Schneck Memorial hospital Sey i First reports reaching ton werethat Ball had been killed I The offices of the Lehigh company Mitchell denied that Ball was but saJ that both Ball and his grandson had received serious inj juries the full extent of which had j not besn j Pour cars of second an bound fieight were and twelve lengths of rails were dis placed in the Passengers were transferred around the blocked pari of the rightofway and there was no serious delay to A JUT ANT GENERAL BLAMER FOR RIOT By tho Associated Press April for failure to ari whenhe reported that serious trou ble was impending at was plaed upon Adjutant General Black by Samuel who testified this afternoon before tho house of Hunter said he informet frotrbju threatened at June to he Gen j Black responded Let themfools go to j Maybe Jf they kill off a few theyll I OIKHKK 1OST C1AL XSllTl T1ONS SHORT TIMK April Wil liam vicepresident of the American National and sue of the best known haulers in this part of the died at the family resi 7 4 Oiroadway at 11 oclock ast ifter a brief ill noss fr iu idney He was years old August Horn in Baker rp ccivod his parly educatipn in the lo cal and then entered the German National th NTational bank remaining continujusly with the and advancing tlirough the various offices he held at thtime of his Mi Baker was 3 director of the Ameri can Xaional the Citizens Trust and HIP Building and Ixian Ik also was treasurer of the Glcndor i Coal company and was one of i ha men responsible for bringing tn firs city the Vinrennes Refining conipan in hi1 was financially in Haktr a member of th local lodge of the IJnrnmuy chib anil the Pastime HP is survived by his one and one Walpole became the firs prime minister of England in Harding Invited to Meeting of Editors By the Associated Press I April invitation Lo address the summer meeting of the Indiana Editorial association when it meets at South Bond was extended todav to PresdentHarding by officers ct the Thurman Launches Drive to Collect Delinquent Taxes By the Associated April Aa part of i nationwide djivo nsralnst persons who have failed in pay government revenue luxes Burt collettor of Internal revenue for the Indiana has ftled warrants for restrn i n t persons in the pnmc of thr 1 dttf k lo Thunnan Tlio pMsnns who to pay ihpir taxes attir rercivint a srcnml not let of If a ftils o heed line deputy cnMor tors are to seixc The names of the not inude GRAND Tonight Prices 1 15c 30c 40c Your Old Favorite Ches Davis And Hiis Big Sixteen People Revue ALL NEW PROGRAM FEATURE PHOTOPLAY IN CONNECTION JANE NOVAK Supported by Roy Stewart THE SNOWSHOE TRAIL A STUPENDOUS DRAMA OF THRILLS PICTURE STARTS AT 7 REVUE AT EARL I Aged Cripple Beat on Put in Water Takn Apjril SetliinK lo put my father but ot his misery Ceorsn hit tne ased cripple several times on uhe head wiih a hntchet after stripping and submerging his body it water tank near ihc on Kentucky the at oi lock yesterday The John uStd was to where died a t ticliOrli last GcorgtVirgin was taken irito cus tody immediately afttrwQnJ and in the city son from Kast arh morning Inn workins for severaliweeks In jail night he declumd tha the uf doing away with his fath er ufiiifd to him yesterdiay morn j From stories gathered ijiy county officials torn Fnd VIrsiu another was very fond of Ins crippled father and until Ind sent him from to 1 nach wet first to his fathers leaving him about 7 o clor He lliPti returned to UIH Itome of Ills where hnmanied until yester cuy aft dand that he liad been dnnkins whitf muh and was practically in at the time he to Iis fathers home at 1 oclock lie went lirst to his slaughter house wlflch ihout feet from the lijome which curls and the paralyzed fath er After greetings hid bei i according to Ohiis CiHHfiP Im goingito taUc the old man out for a Chris Why old cant Wain ktts belter and Ill tiike hi n for a Iliris irfclaivd tlVm jfiOrpK then started for the He ieturned IM less tihau 1 minutes ami ithrew a bloody hatchet on the floor of the slaughter house with the tjxrlama 1 fixed the oldi Chris said hilooked Up and George had turned to Sure you didnt hit him wiih and hes down in war tounty Officer Kpperson said thai Chris ana another butchm1 who iianxis ran down to the waL IT tank here the old man was Hom ing in inches of strangling feebly calling He was i George followed the men and curry the aged mab to the He sat on thf front until the ambulance As his brother Chris passed he wai saying Guess I did wrong Now thayll send me away for two or twenty Wihen his brother turuHarounc to look at George is said to have I should done was to put a rope around his and then throw him into the Then theyd never have khpwn any thing about After the ambulance arrived George went to Freds house and re mained there until he was He seemed in i hurry lo be takei to according to Epper j The brothers found the cjlothes in the The officers reciovered tho bloody Georse in the cell at heart quarters last did net seem so much disturbed over the fact that he had murdered his fatnier as over the fact had not other i COPIES OF ACTS READriN APRIL UK DHOLABED IX BY GOVERNOR AKTKK lilSTRIBrTIOX General distribution of the books containing copies of the acts of last Inliana general assembly wui tegin protiably April is and by May it is the distribu tion will have been On completion of the legal distribution of copif of the arts to county clerks the governor issues a proclamation declaring the acts in It appears the distribution will be completed at amuch earlier date than because of the speed made by the workers In the office ot the secretary of state and in the state primers Two years ajro th vcip not promulgated un 11 tho of May ra FOR CLARK COON1Y HAS HKKX GRAHAM STOCK FARM AfAXAGKI SIXCK Consolidated System Known as New Chicago Louis i By the Associated Press April Oon of middle w under the direction of the Vanjsweringen interests of Cleveland was nfiriaily cbnsummated 13 dayivhrn incorporation papers for the iconsolidated which will De knotvn as the New Chicago were filed with the secr of Railroads which under the nieigm are brought together into the system the New Chicago Louis Chicago and State Erie Western Fort Cin ciniiati and Louisville and To Louis and Stock to be issued on the road will I totajl to consist if chares at Jldu Irish Republican Leaders Captured By the Associated Pressi April is reporteu in Closmel that Countess Mary Ma and the late Liam Lynchs brother werr captured by Irish tionul troops iu Tippcrary loda says an KxchangiTflcgraph dispatca from WRECKS By the Associated Press ApHl Several persons were injured and fifteen houses were wrecked by a tornado which struck thirty miles south of hereearly to according to reportsi reaching j of was named county argicultunl for Clack county follow ing a meeting of board of education at i Earl of Bethlehem township Clark was considered for Ih place but he withdrew and Haynes selection followed notice of v B ivnes had not returned from Jefferson1 ille this v morning members of his family jlid not knov hfn he xpncted to take up his new Boynes has been supeiinten dcnt of be Graham stock farm east of since He is an active member of the Wash ington Kiwanis COUPLE FOUND SHOT DEATH By the Associated Press April Cook and his wife were found hot o death today in their apart Kai h had been married and over properly were said to have involved in a plan fi Cook in survived by a and a Mrs Leonard of PUBLIC UTILITIES AR TAKEN DENY CARNARVON ASSISTANT ILL By the Associated Press April Reuters dispatch Cairo today declares there is no truHi Iu the report that Howard theAmerican Egypt codiscoverer tlie late Lord Carnarvon in uncovering tne tomb of King Tutatikamen had been taken ill Carter shortly will return frpn Cairo to it was niRKCTOKS IX AM WATKR COMPANY HOLDIXns Sale of the Watei Light and Power companys at JefTersonvillc lo the Interstat Public Service company for lias been The Jeffnrsonville Lkghl and Power company was Incorpor ated January by James I and Jesse of Harry Starr and Au gust of and John of Moorman and Starr are Directors or the Washington Light Pow er The capital stock of tho ville corporation was Tne oompany purchased the property er another corporation had The new owners now control all the public utilities in uiIIPriiurn HTTP VIHGENNES GETS i OLIVKR Calvin Steenj and John Watkins lefjt this atternoon for this in response to af tele announclag the IdeatU there this morning their afprmer resident of WashinElonJ BAXKKRS OF DISTRICT 8 HOM rOXVKXTIOXTHERK OX OX MAY 10 The annual convention of Group 8 of the Indiana Bankers associa tion will be held at Thurs May Daviess county is in the district comprising Group The state convention of the asso ciation will he held at September 12J The group organizations represent classi fication by Bankers problems relating both to the conduct of the business and its position in relation the econo mic status of the respective munities discussed at group More than persons are t gaged in lie paper pulp industry jn WAGE BOOST FOR WORKMEN I By the Associated Press April Wage increases of approximately 1 per April and af fecting about wer announced today by officials of Central Iron and Steel company and the Harrtsburg Pipe Iipe Mend ing Germans Ridicule Efforts of French By the Associated Press April Kiftyont mans murdered and IOUT of coal and coke s the way the Germans the results of occupation of the Ruhr which began exacth thres months They declared that the reparatlns delivery of coal and coke under preoccupatlon conidtronii would have amounted to tons of coal and League Support of Proposal Advocated Bv the Associated Press DE8 A resolution asking the National League of Womjen Voters to EUpporl President Hardipgs proposalfor en trance by the Tpited States Into the permanent international court of justice ras introduced today by Hiss Ruth chairman of the nter national affairs Tna Morgan resolution which will be act ed upon Saturdby morning was in troduced as a surprise to most of HOlSKHOLD UP FRAXK OlT A tenant house on the fiiru1 of Emery 211Harned five south of Washington irar the Olive was lies by tire which broke put at 1 I oclock Wednesday morning The household furniture of tile whose famih cmi sists of his wife md three was The building three large unil instired for STii but Leu istiiuuns ii loss at The started on the roof of tlie dwelling presumably Ninp caused by a spark from a The flames consunud ilnstrMc Convict Canip Boss Released on Bond Bv the Associated April liberty here today on hail o Walter convict camp v hipping is availing trial for first degree murder in con nection with Ihe deatli of of North who wit nesses said was beaten lo ileain uv HigginUtUhaniT The Madison county grand jurv in session here for investigation of Taberts death late yesterday indicted Higginhotham on tllvee counts diarg ing first degree Tlje tria may come up at n special session o court May 1 at CVoss the county seat of Dixie the alleged beating took place In CHILDREN FOUND IN REFRIGERATOR By tho AssoolnfiMl Press Ohio April lluci children missing since Tliis norc found lockitl in a ic frUnnitoi in a market house here They wvip till Washington cnTitractors will struct the new west end grade sVlioid Iidi were uinlj the iontrruts ltji by tile Icily school trustees ibis I KliiigensiniUi iDillon awarded I IIP general lj Ieek rettiud the nnl milling und plumbing V for supplyiiif ami iu slalliiiK the elicirinil equipment lo lit1 Suilduth Klectric1 Thn ntw buiUiin will contniu tetii an and fuilj and will bxcoustruclpd ol lirit nil the site of the present lire clost of consiriiftlnn without i quip Kullowins itho list bids re Wived lii ilic school boad Klinstisniiih Wasiung Hupkius I Willis llaird John Xred 7 BuildHrs Charles 1 Heating fogan Washington ht ins plumb ilm combined ud Washington Mini plumbing lombined Princetbn heatiu inil plumtiln Buck and Vinfeunes heat iimj and plumi i KHotrir Uetjv Sudd ith KlectiMi Wasl Jim Cannon Fiplds Klevlric of the school board sal lhal thiir jclerision not to th igtncrifJ to lo1 a rose from the fart that h u clause to his statin ihat he i not complete the build ing in hespicilied Seplemb were by tlKir tonipys that tills made Beggss bi We wish the public I understandwhy the low bidder fai iil to nvpivp the the mvmheri j British Bows I to Will of Opposition I By the Associated Inssi April mem bowed to the will of opposiiioniu the Iwuse of commons on the question ofjjthe treatment o war veterans whicili brought about its defeat on a snjjap division Tues The c of the Interlcr an nounced a committee would b appointed to investigate1 the ances of fornier service men n rt gard to the salaries they are Ing Iu the civil The proceedings today opened pln lerise atmosphere but there wore n indications that there was to be ripitition of last nights SelfDefense Plea Sustained by Jury By the Associated Press April i When Warren cf Pa a student at the TJniver j slty of Kentucky who shot arid killed Joseph night watchman st the the nlghtof he fued In a jury1 ia circuit court decided late last night ater foity minutjes The student faced a murder Only two ballots were it was an counced i Armetead Ruspell has been ap pointed administjrator of the estate of John who died Jan uary this Distinctive Modes in Latest Suitk Dresses and Millinery Compl te Showing Silk Kid Silk Corsets and THE WASHINGTON SUIT Store e Best Place to Shop After All   

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