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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1924, Washington, Indiana                                T WASHINGTON DAILY EDITION GAZETTE AND HERALD WASHINGTON MARCH VOLUME XIX NUMBER 273 Wontim Star Witness In DaughertyInquiry nnuT EML SEKFF IGIBSON mm MIPP ir Rise Applies to Conductors and In cluding Yardmen and ferences at Baltimore Adjourned By the Associated Press March Baltimore its conductors road company today announced that an incret se in wages of between five and six per cent had been granted tj it and including yardmen and About men are The increase is the result of conferences and Ohio rail just concluded here between representatives of the employees and the 1 French Banking Arranged By Bankers NEW March Establish ment of a banking credit of not less than In favor of the Bank of France has been arranged by an American banking group headed by Morgan It was announced last This Is the first foreign government credit of its kind that has ieen ar ranged in this The only In operation of nna logons nature was the famous credit toHMfBrHlsh the wnrJn which the Britishowned Amer ican securities as col The Morgan firm is riot exjiectod tn 0pernte in the local foreign bxchange the French government nl bank of France Is B Know rn to have been L SENEFF SCHEDULEDTOGD 01 III REMAINS OF 128 MEN RECOVERED FROM UTAH MINE DEFENDANT ALLEGED TO HAVE SHOT MAN IX RAID ON MIS HOME The biggest jury trial of the present term of circuit court is scheduled to begin tomorrow It is the state against Barl of who is charged with assault and battery with intent to kill In con nection with the shooting and wound ing of William alsoof some mouths The shuoting took it is said during an alleged liquor raid at the home of Bunch having been n member of tho raiding Part of n charge of shot fired from a shotgun struck Bunch in the it is inflicting wounds which necessitated his removal to a hospital ut Llnton for A large number of witnesses has subpoenaed and the trial likely on vfrhich is expected tojwiu Saturday which report the latter part of this Padgett and Umghiin will defend Seneff who has been lit liberty on supporting the Fiiench exchange here in the last dqys by buying francs thrcngh other international banking Members of thp experts committee CASTLE March Small fires which hampered rescue ITCWS in mine null lncl cnm liany have liccn extin guished and ihe grim task of search ing tor bodies of the entombed inincrsj has been The I oily of Ihej 128th victim wns rccoveretl yesterday CONTRACT SIGNING CAMPAIGN afternoDii leaving to GETS INDEK WAY IN HOI Lower recesses of the mine are TIIK1JN INDIANA filled with with pumps damaged but steps arc being made to hare INJUNCTION STOPS IN TEflPOT to hare given It their ap HELD AS CHECK TERUB HAl While midafte March Kinu business crowds surged in the lobby and before the doers of the United States Tjrust com yesterdayiPnal FEDERAL JUDGE ALSO NAMES RECEIVER ON GOVERN MENT PLEA By the Associated Gibson county last night was lead ing the eighth composed of twelve counties of southern in the contractsigning campaign lie Ing conducted by Ihe Indiana Wheat Growers association throughout the according to Claude organization manager of the Despite bad roads in the Washington Post Publisher to Be Queestioned As Result of Disclosures Made By Divorced Wife of Daugherty Agent By the Associated Press March direct statement that Attorney Gteneral Daugherty had told Jess his bumper and that he would prevent prosecution for transportation of the CarpentierDempsey fight films and that the attorney general and Smith were to receive was sixtyeight wheat pool workers wearj the first sensation sprung today when the senate committee re ing rubber canvassed the entire sumed its with the exception of one town Miss Roxie divorced wife of told the corn ship which was and last mittee Smith had told her he was the gobetween in the ne between picture companies and the attorney to the association for The goal set for yesterdays drive was 40 By the Associated Press per cent of the states March Roxie di uaiikiu said last night that hejvorced wife of Harry Daughertys Jesse cnunty had received reports from only throe Pnsiy uiul Returns frnm Vornon Posey rtHeived who committed suicide a year again was the star wit ness the Daugherty investigating Senators not only sought to draw out details of her story New Counterfeit Dome oil reservf Bank Note FOlindl Judge Kennedy nameo1 Bear Ad miral Joseph Strauss of the United Judge Blake f granted a temporary injunction bah ing further development work by the Mammoth Oil company in the Teapot The Tnited States treasury depart ment has supplied the Washington post office with the following description yenrs snpUedly of Mount counterfeit wns ar piling numc ed on charges of is qus fraudulent checks within the last few weeks in Terre and on charges originating in serve note On the federal reserve bank of Chi check letter plate num ber States navy and vice sig hois when reports from all tions about Smith and Daugherty but made an effort to estab iiid It UT11 1 lplll in II IflLI Jill i lil townships in thatVonnty are llsh new llnes of inquiry involving liquor cases and other mat lent throughout Daviess county caused president of the Sinclair the campaign leaders to postpone the joint reefeiveirs for the drive in this county until a later the final outcome of litigptlofP Judge Kennedy granted the defend ants hirty days in which to plead in I answer to the complaint entered by where it is alleged he lsiia very on the at the special government Carter Secretary of the I though it stands ready to assist in wanted tilt same offense by Secretary of the I 8UC1 operations if The Baltimore Treasury John treasurer of By the jI the I niteil Slates portrait of ed March Locked in Safe By Bandits March Imprisoned in nn airtight valnt by m two armed Clayt PRESIDENTIAL IBILITIES S This counterfeit is apparently made by j jndge Blake Kennedy oiened the manager of the City Ravings governcompanys branch office in E and the same person or persons who proj preliminary hearing on th duced the bills descrilnd iii our circuj in equity seeking annulment was carried out unconscious lar letters and It is u the Teapot Dome oil reserve just yesterday after 43 minutes I in which photomechanical and Ihe workmanship is the only change being from check letters and A to chock letter It is a dangerous counterfeit evidently print ed on two pieces of very thin lntwcen which silk has distri spotsappear in Ihe hair heard of pnrtrait nf Grant uhich uptm close examination arc hiicly tlctiiicd hair lines in th The oiuiKshii of these line lics itlDniiiunic In Hisoval bhlnil Ihe Ihi linis arc not ciirly de particularly anil to the i f f The had the is a inslcail of the dark shade the fircat cure exercised in bills of I his Webb was ojiiickly re before noon today after attorneys he faced death by From resenting both sides had held an hours the vault and cash drawer his cage j the bandits took approximately Owen Huberts opened the nnd for tingovernment asked Hint Judge Kennedy issue niloriler granting nn injunction tin defendants ANTHRAX KILLS ONE from any furl Her ilrillini AT MICHIGAN CITY in llie llUlle Appointment Hear J vcph Mrauss of tin Tinted States probably will show that sii per cent ofj ters that were pending in the justice its acreage was signed over to the association The fact that had roads are preva KENYON REJECTS CABINET BERCH DENBY VACATED By the Associated March William qf conferred with President toolidgc again today regarding the presidents tender to him of the post of secretary of the navy and all outward indications were that he declined to Neither he nor white house offi cials would make any immediate statement but an announcement nas promised before the day is navy as receiver of ihe oil properties was n q Teiiiot 7oie iases of said to hi hv medical authorities in Miners Melvins TKHHE March William l have been reported sr aic biard of Anthrax is one of tin of animals which aftec th disease has while tin1 T1 King intorna Michigan City il tclcphnncd the who i iasis of animals which nl of Kief er Convicted of Taylo ainl with presdent of the Indiana VdrratioMof occupied j King said that Uy the Associated March A find f guilty of manslaughter was re the major of mine yesterday entirely under control and il convention of District ditional cjises of the diseas f Mine Workers of i The two cases lie officers report committee hadthe handling of hai Man Shoots Wife And Kills Himself As n result of her Setm tor the committee announced he would call Edward publisher of the mid Mai of J the nttomey generals Amone other things j know nnjrt of Jjrientls of us has Joen su Bosied in information reaching he to nvert Mi3 Stlnsons np penrunce on the witness COMMITTEE PKOBES OF MARINES AT TEAPOT DOME By the Associated IX March Turning its attention to the ise ol troops to clear Teapot Dome of passers after It had been leased tp Harry the oil committee was told today that the order for the marine expedition had been issued at the request of Albert Theodore as acting wrctary of the signed the order March Carroll was shot nnd killed by her j Frank 40 years hiu who then killid himself In a suburban the first street here early yesterday morning No one witnessed the but a ut Michi1 woman in n house nearby heard the ing that course Later i letter on I he subject from Hard Ing to June wag put into the In it the presl il yestcr fcw ills dreaded oilier is Mont con the nation is at no are ex found Carroll dead In the and Carroll He die they could lifi him in the an Carroll lived with hi half n block from the seen Carroll followed 1 said that unless James nr I iiii of the Mutual Oil company with drew from Teapot he should be she started to her work in and overtixik her half n block The both natives of were and Carroll last mot her of the PROBING CHARGES INVOLVING CONGRESSMEN er when factory traced to from a ing cruel treatment mid rued in circuit court today against i progressed only to the section given to packing it was Scrum iam on trial on a ihargtj the complaints against Ned Melvin in j treatment was given the King said anthrax germs are hardy and survive even extreme tempera In the Michigan City it slaying Catherine President tiding carries with it n sentence of was time to Hesslers repnrt when it iiprisonment of two to twentyone Ifcnssell was found shot death in her apartment January The case against who Is no longer n member of the grewis believed that the men acquired the out of charges that he had bent them I disease by carrying bundles of fer said he hfld left her the preout of compensation collected by him j which came in contact with abrasions afternoon after n quarrel when and jievcr forwarded to the men tolin the he had threatened The state charged Kiefer with firing the fatal Not always Si a mans final a1 i A tion of his crr Branch 1 of cabinet i K SSVest In 1399 he jmarried Lou Henry and engaged in mining engineering until He jwas appointed cl airman of the BeJgijrn Relief Commission in 1915 and ir Pood in JJ20 he Jieadcd the inissioitL Hi was appointed Secretary 1917 headed the NearEastReEef o Cbm ROAD SIGNS TO BE SAN March highway billboards of the Standard Oil company of Califor in and will be and whom it was It also was charged that Melvin was for much of the unrest and the charges against the district legal department originat ing in the Bicknell aHELLO GIRL HALTS BURGLARS AT WORK By the Associated March Grand Jury proceedings wore begtu week tiled action for today In the case of the two mem habitual hers of congress referred to In a recent Chicago grand jury report ns having improperly accepted One of the witnesses called wns Klias who was a central figure in the veterans bureau investi gation here some months ago nnd who also appeared before the Chicago Vincennes Coach to Referee Game THIRTY INJURED BY March per sons were two building wrecked anl windows for broken when a dynamite bomb ex pliided at the entrance to March tele Greek coffee horse early yesterday phone receiver probably knocked from The mostly cut by the winning John coach of the Vincen nes high school basket finll will referee the KiwnnisRotary game nest Tuesday night at the Walnut street gym of the public It will be the final game of a scries of three between the two and undoubtedly the gym will be packed to see the deciding battle as each of the clnb teams have won a All mpmlers of the two teams are put ting in some spare time this week practicing for the game and bothare equallyconBdent that they will be on thf corporation erect no more the hook by burglars who were nt i flying glass were taken toreceiving Coach Adams is a member of the grand The company feels in ttle senernl store of J the splendid scenery should be unpossitt at Baldwin between the announcement said2 and 3 oclock this caused Hereafter the company will confine tne Plans of the burglars to be frust tLc use of signs to commercial When the telephone receiver PENNSY GRANTS WAGE INCREASES March An agreement coTerlng new raves of pay amounting in aggregate to an increase of approximately five per cent over the present for hostlers and hostlers helpera was announced the Railroad company The Pennsylvania railroad also announced where it was said none were Kiwauis club and all Ro it had jeached an agreement with tW een Kcritnsly The cause of the tary members of this city are going employee representatives of the engpi it was BOMB IS March A bomb was exploded early yesterday at the en trance of the British causing material damage but injuring offldalsfexpressed belief that the incident was capsedfliy T to discredit the I v was raised a light flashed on the switch board in the telephone arousing the suspicions of Miss Mabel night She called Nos setts home and he and his son armed themselves and rushed to the As tney arrived two men fled from the building and escaped several J The men filled several suitcases bombing was not SENATE DEFEATS FARM AID BILL By thfe Associated March NorbeckBurtness bBLi first of the special farm relief measures to be taken up at this session of defeated to the prepared for n new refj and hostlers j eree should anything go against helpers on changes in curtain raiser between the Henj The changes made certain modifica ronst Specials and Simons team tions in existing regulations covering merchandise wMchthey left uii today by a vote 38 to will start nt 7 The other game will begin at 8 The crowd at the second game was much larger than the one at the in Itial battle and sponsors of the affair are expecting to see the high school gym packed Tuesday Thepro ceeds of these gnmfs wjlj be divided Simons and the working it was which are believed to be of mutual The specific increase Over PMS erit basic daily rates are 24 centi a day 3t cents yard 32 centat and hosHers helpers The new rates djite from Jaiioary aia   

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