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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1924, Washington, Indiana                                AND HERALD VOLUME XIX NUMBER 258 and Thurei and nccord in his RenIns n full term In th office in addition to tin1 year or two lie completed for hla to the the slgnatn and of thj republican commit The apportionment of delegates among thejothitr counties of Sec ond eongijessiiual i district Mlows j 17 20 7 IX 12 The districts total i njd chair sewe One Another in Kentucky Revolver Battle Jef 40 years ihs Is nml nn delegate stifiisfth H one hundred I ami RAPID PROGRESS MORNING TION OF JlRV SLPP COPY OF AlDIT INTO TEES BOOKS Press i Feb 2fitThe myriad financial difficulties of Warren govrnoi of iluve further augmented jby his indlcit inpnt llj a feduill Kittiul juij J4 llinls r tb malls ijii a scheme to defraud and violation of riitionnl banking The charges in lay but were not Inlled martshal jlnded In a nude In thj brand jury last Safun public until today the wyjnr to tin who held for his i UU Irond j i The indictment folllmod of investigation ff the governors flnnri clnll transai tionsi din nc appeared Ixfwc the gnnd n gainst governor M lln in Mnrion county crlminn fnlse ImnKi nptt assignment of alt his to Trinl of Indictments 01 The governor will be aira i a nnmlipr ot olhei pusoimll Idicted by I lie grand n niiuibcr of Indijina andi Chicago bank In addition to latest ijlinrges brought ml Iransiictiotis havjled to his inclictmcnt loitvt on chargesof j larceny poceedlngs iigalnst hiln lit feiieral court and redllors i I hnnly court Is set for Marclv Jed March 11 before Anderson along jury last Another man was Indicted jjiijmtly with but his name will be made public until IIP lias bepitrrfj which probably will be stnne Ume dilrlng theweek j j i The Imlktnient charging nf the mails In firtherai4e of a scheme to Defraud was In comic it Ion J ulleged representations by MiCrny to obtain loans nnd contains JThe second imH tiuent hnrjEnw violation of the nntionijl bankitig laws baiik of The convlntlon will cdiuposp of delates adojj n party delegates mid alter nate dflcpAes tothe itnllnnal conwn prtsldciitial and coiiiiiipMit and 11m of Feb VVMWini on trial in Onfene circuit court this lie js charged with first n connection with the killing itf Chnrlifs Wright in the State nil Kdwifirdsport November Wring an attempted holdup of lellguteo iliijl cliHniw nrl Submitted fjur your he explanation nr The delejralii In the convenion win of mrtt by dijtlriils ui 7 oclock to elect cijinr mlte niiiiiiliiTK imd of the sl chose national and lingent district delegates have been riiom rilll sii the flhnr In connection nltli the and Deposit n memltei of the fedenil system and of which president If onlnlns e blanket hnige of c shjtin the last two ofj which fiacy to violate hanklnjr CONDENMS J R Modern dfli special nientioii the the Crtmors are cojulon inod severely te tlie u Votlfau Jn an iii iffitr Tflicnf byf rar ijfnill iirtjhbishop Of JoiZK also Is article of Hie cniiicfe of flagrant nu 5 moftt pernicious because the lexs the I isenough to lie rtr j the names of thesg ices toiifee In nn imitation of ail nal ijny jlhe particularly the Olid the Camels Apparently referring article declares thiitifliis new of the performed Fllnuilim of dlstdnted panting should be watched i JESSIE REED IS WEplf j Zlegfeld Fellies Uasfkar yesterday to Wlillapj i of New The gavo her age as and Yo as The ceremony was roil by n justice of the NECK sct IjlE WlIiL RECOVER Although pc will f be incapacir fated for work Liithef ni piiiniinciu Baltimori bio locomotive of Js nor expected to suffer any pprmaneuit III effects n irf rrte1i The injury was suffered by McCool In tlje perfoiimaitce his duties nt Floras last when he gave the throttle jf his eriKlne sudden ln tfle movement of Me head aCcuujpiinyiug tlie manlpula lion of the he fractnred a j XUiiy pletnreM ills closed the Si far as caii be told rhe isplnal ord was not j McOijols necjr placed in n piaster cast arid his condition IH without aimmini j c Heiiidj a reformatory iilso been I brought to Bloomflekt to lie is said lo have lieen drlveij of thecar which walt nenr tn scurry o safety will EXTORTERS JARE TO DEATII IN ATTACK CLEVBLAX i al NEW TONIGHT ONfjY Myrtte Slteadman M Huntly Gordon Marguerite De La Motte Cullen Landis H Ward Ccane Helen Ferguson Josephine Kirkwood I i Faf liged blackinajleTS shot and killed In a pistol Imttlelwlth Not tie 21 years last A Hilrd Alleged to have Jieeh Int idUatml In plot escaped According tij tUe Annelli told the polled the three men came to I her home Thursday night and demands ed money frolm that her husband loavje town that two roomers be fcjrced to tier They decUtreilj fhey woijld rptUrn Sitni day night to see time the demands were carried j Seeing the men loitering n corner mar ipr homelsitndny night Annelli barricaded tlie i windows and armed herself with three revolvers sending hbr father siid her sevejn ohlldreii ex tingulshed thf 17 old remained with GpARANflE We Iwill f guarantei1 flliis j picture tol please the most I critical niovie T j 1 s f i l Other Added Features i t I i tlie i Theodfire who jileaded guilty to a charge of llrst degree mur der 4s a resntt of the re Delved ij life fjenrenco from Judge In Ihej Knox circuit Armstrong has bjeon brought back from jirisoq to in the trial of llapld progress wns made inthe se lection of n jtirjr this eleven inon having Ixiin tentatively accepted wbenjoourt adjourned for the noon re cess It iwas expected the Jury Jos niMild bn jiiied slmrtly after the TO vjho was by W IWBIBITION the iiiurt dijfend Felix Blnn l n Tfrre Haute lawyer by Jones soon after his arrest i a car of fieldfSaifijlners into of the sttite board of acc lnt Ihe Imohs of Bernard Oatesii trtiHIce of Pifrry townsliJii which has by Rarle proseeui ngti tor1 from the state Thompson of thereport last not ItB situated public Ijoogootee Ofctos entered ithe trustaoi ijhe county ers having appointed him ftnt the term of Oscar when thpl dates n candidate fbi in tluneitt election and was Jlactlug deputy is reported to be following a pistol liuttle in Hrrry Polands livery stable here according of resulted from an altercation between Poland and four men who SLEMP TO TELL 4VHOLE RANKERS TESTlFV erry across the river from In a row boat which 1nland claimed had been stolen from The ineii from across the river fled follow ing the shooting and had not been in rested KINGS CONDITION By the Assoejlitoi The senate oil wrnmlttcc openedan other tag of it resumed liwrlng after a twidiiy iv Taking tip the trnllipf jloaii made to Fall j I publisher o ilngton the ilj otticlalH of two February condl1 that lion of King Victor who j in neither of them was more Is ill of Influenza was improved in Jy The physician tothe has Informed the tie gave king said that he was resting easy j Fall checks aggregatlnc on It is only a slight case and nothing the two banks during that TXriqd but the physician The pathey returned tlent will be oil right In few Crown Prince Humbert who also President been 111 of has so improved about a visit that he probably will be able to go Bascotu to wasAqoestibneil made to isful ii out of doors early In the Continued on pace slxV wllhdrajwn from the j Two bullets ended Wrights iOne entered his moiitli while another fonnd vital j snot near his hcildnps tlid under the shooting without havlnfj obtained any The tjrlal was sent liereoij jchangeof i The j authorities are taking ifhanceion n ppssihle ilnsli for liberty by Tsfo deputies have been The nf money county in i the staitc will receive of gasolinebut money to shortly after Maiyh 1 has IKfill M II met ilMl 111 rector by stall liighwrtj depart Each of the ainctytwo counties will reciivc under the iirovlfjlonj of the law ennjiil 1illf Huo Tfie their special work being wUl be tn during Hie number mllr Mnrfte gf tlie L i the f GALA WEEK OF BIG FEATURES PICTURES AND WEDNESDAY 1924 at the Look back at the actipna vrejJiaYe shown and at the advance bookings and youll faijTe are milesof such roads in fhe Ilnviess with miles of jrnnel mil miicadnm will reielve in addition to tins making i tutnl if j The npportloninent uf the gasoline tux fund was worked out ly of the highway MAKING GOOD OUR PROMISE TO YOU We pronused pictures for the year y f e bookings and youll agre Direct from a smashing two weeks in i FLAMES SWEEP PORTLAND LOSS SET AT KNOX COUNTY FARM HAND SliCi CtMBSfTO ATTACK OF I estimated at was caused HEAKT DISEASE j by a fire broke out in the busl ueHs section in lln western part of Ihj city Kiiocker rharles ilestroylng the and overall factory and VincennesWljeaUnnd road about 1 Iv Hiitiirllny afternoon by Theo Otten Sand William aged afont was found dead Hcveral other in front of thj John Otten home in the Including a garage building housing cotmty and state highway A score rtf Occupants of a flat build ing adjoining 1he factory had narrow escapes from The persons liv in the upper floors of the flat wore rescued by Those on tlie lower floors were able to make ilore was djte to heart TiKlp was hplplng Claude Manning hiove ito the iop Ht got Off tin wugoii and saron a Kist near a i afterward there i Shortly knock at the front Simultan eously n sliojt crashed through the side Thiswas foljuwed by before she could return tjtie firing eral through th4 wiadoR she fired thrpughjtlie one oif the men was Then the shooting from the outside MISMANAGEMENT Feb hoctic meeting of uboutitwo thousand numbers of flic Dark itohactto Grow ers association was lield here day afternoon to consiller affairs of the chlefur relating to jchacges of ujlsmailagement nnd extravagance that have been i circulation wcenfly and which have caused considerable discontent After several the TOeetmgl adopted ptovided commltte to the appc maVe tt thorough of xi Inffolrs report bi ick t f OK meA which Intment of a gate ijt tlie ijide of the It was their way to nil ofj flboutitwcntji minutes before he wasj lint dwellers were clad only ije havlug fallen IhPir night clothing and suffered se Tade was Iff ted into a wagon and i from tbe the btten home where he wns j Two women were slightly burned by init to A physician was called flying Xo other injuries were from I Vlncenjies but a later call ad vjisedj the doctor that Tade was The coroner i Tade wood the fore apparently in his usual health but It Is knojvii that he had been treat ejl fjri heart disease the last four or five jHe had passed his entire life In the Jieighborhood in which he vias ifdund He formerly worked at the W Ruble He had been was from his wtfel j He is sunIVed by two daugh his a sister and three He was a cousin of M of DAVIESS JCOUNTI REPUBLICANS ALLOTED FIFTjEEN DELE GATES TO MEETING I j i i Datfess jyith a total repnb llcap tote df In the lost general will be entitled to fifteen fin I wftte f ri v were lean state coajif I j ld 11In crcjnt Wednesday exceed tie GOX FORMALLY ENTERS FIELD By the Associated Governor James of the democratic candidate for presi dent In today filed with Secre tary of Statii official authori zation for Candidates for delegates to the democratic national convention to ujje his naum as their first choice for i At the same former Cipvernor of filed an tiiorization tf name bin as life second choice for president which is to con form to bliloi heaiqrl Patrons March To Safety I I i i Associated Wjday in idevillfJ with a loss estimated more than i I Eight jiulilted patrons in wteitie flames were discovered n floor marched to Six fit erne overcome py renioyeii to a hosnita now A Vicior Heernwn Production SIR ANTHONY HOPES Celebrated Romance by Hie greatest all celebrity cast for a single production assembled WINDSOR rrBoswoRTH MENJOU LEW COOY MARJORIE DAW MITCHELL LEWIS j ELMO LINCOLN IRVING CUMMINGS JflPORTANT ol Pipular starti Start idren fejii   

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