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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1924, Washington, Indiana                                rHE By t KIRK world fl off toda t rollers The u tions ma extend week en i Experts Conference Reach An Agreement IHERAL DAILY EDITION GAZETTE AND HERAlLD AUGUST Brutal Crime Planoeclas Intellectual on Part of Eirst Witness for Accusejdf Youth Jells Questioners By the Associated Leo codefendant with Richard Loeb for the murder of Robert forward to the present pro ceedings as a keenly in tellectual experience of said William defense alienist tes tified at the afternoon session of the be s trial White added that Leopold had expressed regret that unfortunately he finds it stupid and I Leopold enjoyed looking for to himself objectively as a mur White but was dis appointed in the result as he told witness it made no actual change in his By the Associated kidnaping murder of Robert Franks was planned as an intellectual feat on Ike part of Richard according to estimony Riven today in the hear ing which is to decide punishment him and Nathan for that t yius revelation of Locbs motive me at the end of the morning Bes m today from White pt witness for the n testimony was etartcd JJndge Caverly hnd definitely ob jections by the state direct all evidence as to the of the j This ruling disposed of a which had been argued for and attorneys cpnstl tnted a precedent in Illinois j Jtoir re ceiving evidence In of j pun Whites testimony trans the companion of from Richard defendanl id this to a child bejjet i ivith fantastic dreams of either the worlds greatest detectte a master mind dominating enemies of The witness called him if Deckle nnd Judge In 06 the admlssibility of evidence the folish drove boy to used the dlminutiv0 tterjn twice 1 Early in Whites States Attorney Crowe cjfforts to in specula tire opliajpns ns to the of home envllonjnent Judge Caverly nilcd that witness might answer only ns to whatjj had learned about the tuit al lowedhim to state the Im portance of such leniences Girls i Slayer to Hang sIOUND Hess Cairo confessed slayer Miss Daisy 18yearold iJa Ridge July was seu iiced to hang nnd Fred attgro and confessed sen CJed to life imprisonment at hard in a decision handed down by kge Hartwell in tho Pulaskl jit court ie court held a night session to tho hearing of evidence after the niKYocs had pleaded guilty to ourges first degree murder and MANS BODY FOlND WITH NECK BROKEN MURDER SUSPECTED By tho Associated The body of u man believed lo bo BIT of Drlrolt who pfllcoiH WIIM on an bllo trip with n woman rownanlnt Win found lain n Hliorl dlN tiiiicc from liU cur nciir l lie high Tim hnd been lirokcn and the Kiiwml Ijidlcnlotl tliirt there hnd been n Tlif coiiliilned it wonianH KlovcN unit ofliii ill1 tides but no Irneo if the IIIIIDN eftin pnnlon hiiH boon B WOMAN IS SOUGHT FOR AIDING SLAYER Aug Search BUS been instigated for a who to have aided in the escape of William alleged murderer of James Russell sailor on tte for the purpose of gaining information which might lead to his Hubert escaped Jail here Wednesday bj walking by the who mistook him for another whose jail term had expired While plans are being made for a thorough search of the reports received indicate that the fngltlvje is headed Bennie j for ivhom the prisoner iwho was released was Hobbs declares that hehad no knowledge of tie plot and was asleep in his cell when Hubert left I TRANSFER COST BIG The transfer of pupils fromj the Washington township schools costj lagt school Lester township trus has the sum of The warrant has been ed to thecity school Apiftoxi mately is paid annually svhool board members for the privilege of Veale township pupils ottendlng Whihlhgton high Mhool DP SLEEi ILLINOIS MAN NODS LEAVES MAN SERIOLSLi j When Ihe driver of a containing four sale fro be residents of Swcht to sleep about noon today afteHa fnlght of the machine left near tho home of JohiiSGBliatt at the Ilauley west cff Main and turned bottamside jips In a twelvefoot The occupants gave their ijnnjos as and Smith Mr and William JThil men mild wero uncle and fnejipow The elder Hinllh IH liolloved tp bj suf Iollnu frnm Internal K I at tho Olllliill home In a on Thi twrty told pcrtKinn noon arhiIho ucililonl thai wen on tliilr wny to Wanhlnnto 15 to ink Mil ItlIlINO for Tho two men ntu unit boon pinned under tho inach WIIH rtilHod HUllltMeiilly by Iho Smlih to permit lliuni to Swanu of Ilali polled to dross the 111 fated One of tllfl ijslii o hav suffered a badlysprained n man and one woman were cu ly ifltld Out f SOVIEl PRESIDENT HAS CLOSE CALL FROM Preside of the Soviet governmet narrow escape from death by today when the house in n which he had taken refuge thunder storm was flemolis The driver of his car instantly killed and an a photographer 3 I NAITH Kulen llad a jljape in during a d Iby a gq was ipapying TROLLEY WIRE PAL An unidentified innn pcrlenced a narrow escape fr yesterday when the street line collapsed In front of the Margaret ca As it the severe the broken wire fastened i about the passing automobile flew In all directions ns the f occupants the machine h sook the the trolly repairedthis street Ice cast of the Hurtig brfmevi I ex enth trolley iMnin enldsrof lfcmijelves S mrks lljl for y was the Associated j The experts of tha jnerallied reparations conference todayi that they expected to settle all the outstanding problems of jjhe conference up to them jfor solution before the afternoon is Tfie problem Of transfers allotedj to the transfer commission under ithe plan stJlli is causing troublel If the jexperts aVc unable to overcame this point this nfjtcr npod the Issues be referred to the chief delegates i of the Dawes cbm was enthusiastic when he ieft the jexperts conference nt the foreign oflict and saijl well finish up this Selves Ityde Body j S Mystery Murder an inmate of the Michigan and trjfining an listi for the feeble last nighit I according to state j po to havingkilled BlartChe 28yearjold widow employed at the whose nude body jwas foniid early SJirtday j Tjie man the confession toj In spcAor RamsoVj and Sergeant AnjJer the staSo officers Body was bojund her in a glade nearithe She lefit the school nigljt to go home of her sijster to a girl Of 7 andi a boy of In going f rom j the school she mfidC t a habit of taking a sbort cut tnrpugh some she dfd not arrive at her jsis teri home a osiearch was made jand shortly aftir nifdnight the body has A v ELECTRIC Cl T i BEFORE KLAN MEETING s j August JThc Klan held a jiiiblic meeting at Niw night at which ver members were In the pa headed the liloomlleld Thelllno of mrfrih was Illuminated by J Fallowing Use set by iiuSnt jmc night j I lie litlrkwires ipf the Indiana Pojwer e father titions Again lalt Flyers He Associated rfbanarmy roundthe sljwere unable to hop foil Iceland because pa oijted a heavy fog off 2 favorable weather condi r the aviators to ijeir stay here over the illLEft OF DENIED PETITION HARRISON NICHOL ELECTED TO REJECTED L A rec ommendaticsi tifOm the state board of Emmett Branch grailt la pardon to Harrison DjubOis who was convicted Jbno 3dj on a charge of forgery anq the minimum part of hiss two fourteen year sen tence in the Indiana btate was demedj ij ernor Branch Wed nesday afjer serving his re turned to Oonnauiuty and was elect ed to an but hia although oil same political refused to ground convicted the office on the having been was not quali fied Nicholson sought a par doii to clesjp The gov that not be pardoned because he b Was advised officially his The govei the recommendation of the refused clemency in thirty si YOU including that of Richard Jl j sentenced in the Martin circuit court November to sei vo to five years for a violation ofl IJfliior ami inny vandals nnd Newbt two durliiK I he Siicakiiig aiul Ninlni a jtmiS and IIOIWH v Inn I he lulnilng C IIll jllglllH llUKHllllllllllH lllillll light fiii the CATCIlfclH SALMON u Ih lit Ian IV r Interest jainoiig loial Hullo1 Hen iindfdown UIIH dimvn wjhon Uocjji Lynn drrfVfi liilo town wllhjtho of the Jack a lltjio ovii eleven llsh was jijkon from White r a mile pirhiw llho Kdwardtnort i la spending thelsnmnier mbiiths at a fishing clmp on 3 taught j tho llsh about Thursday j morrilng on n trot ting fish ami all nearly itop plect over in the boat the big fish wnsj bnt determined to theiratoh to tornin he hung on un til pic fish safci on shore and loaded Into ear ready to be to JnclJi are seldom cauiht in a fewi fishermen Sliavo caiught some jthis The has on unusually largj head am3j sharp A sniall sizejjl cat fish I Irt1 Gfympers Says ffe x i By the isfssociatcjd Sagiuel prdsident of jof American cldifil er scsslot is willnotlead ollette before ithe Idacy may a the do of UUC J4LTl la my opikosljtlon to orgjlni md the rise INDIAN there is n lieu perlntondol resign his duties as Slate Nort at some I lino gossip In circles as will inKo I he millcxpli will lie in1 I hill n line III new worl how the matte be known matlerH In before he i both are i U is geljc event But expiration emor will professor Who PNOF Si EXPECTED Daviess imong the 24 Counties Affected Ordef i Daviess coiiity is among the twentyfour Counties affected jby the state tasj boards In creases of twentyflve ijer cent jjon farm tweihjy per cent on automobiles and twenty per cent on household 5 goods were ordered for this The iorder was not unexpected by taxing the new personal property ap praisements showing a decrease over last yeajj in excess of I es in the assessed vnlub of certain classes of personal property ranging from 5 to 33 1JB per cent were oirder ed by the staSe board sof tax jjeom missioners iu yes at theclose foucday session for theequatizatijnn of assess In sixtyeight includ ing Marion no Changes i are recommended ioi the assessment figures of the local The onljfarm household hogsand The ordered jwere wide except two Theso exceptions IlenKy and Owen In increases were jjnadc in the assessments of household goods in certain communities and hot the county as a No Decreases Given Iu no instances was thdre a decrease of assessments It is pointedfout by the state tioard that the increases in personal property assessments dot mean aii increase In taxes to be In cases where the increases arc ilmde fori the the higher valuation will en able a lower tlix The equiiliza tlon generally does increase actual ex ceptstate which form a small part of the tax John chairman the R T0 STATE SCHOOL said thai the assessments ojt the SlPEfi NJEENDENT IS StB state as a whole were uimsuallyk well FOR TALK August While dlflftite Information as to state su t ft nlllillc lust will to assume his new irHllJont of tho Indiana eastern teMvliUh he was appointed consldenible ftfep IH and Mop tho governor 0 Jitillli Ills MiccoNMor In lll IflSllgns hofore tlio Mior Illin4of hlN which f aVjftti Ii I ill belief rrNlgti lioforo that jel Hlnrled Into hU JMri up Id this tflKj IIfllKCll to dlKClIMM lot It hai fa wlwheH to nrrntiKC iliiurriie to his own liking ajid Oovernor Brunch sm vacations nt this liellcved that In the lnj IOCB ipsign before the njfijlfe term that the gov a iry nt Franklin col i republican nominee tho pi s jipnj Politicians believe rhat this i itfe the projicr one in order that S may become ac quainted vlIjTijtlfe office in the event of his eleeil thi at Indiana The boys the alleged later were BOVS WH0JBROKE JAILAT AjW ARE SENTENCED Ivan Ani i iuifi Allen 10 yearold Ii boys who es caped rece l frpm the Shoals jail and were r must serve three to eight ye ii EJ jinTprlson for their mis jj i On char e joflt committed eight burgliitpg ijnd stolen four auto sentenced this week being recaptured in to were wanted for T an automobile and In hiost instiinces the sessments of the local oiliclala various conutltSs were The assessments on automobilesre sulted In iiiosji of tho iu eitiisos twonlyof the cuuntlcys in vyhieh changes are orcjored the ijssessmoiilH of automobiles wtlro Increased fromiiO to lit per From the figures on j compiled by Wt of I he there an liuHValed IncroiiNH in total iijiseHHineniH of Iho Htale of IfJthlH InillCiilcd InitViMMC Iho completed lion Ihe Inliil nNNCNMincntH of Iticlitdlim all IiiiMNCN ol1 jirnpeilyjiwill ho IniToatied tin1 tolnl lilHl IlllninUi J Tills In rlHiin the Utildod Hhrlnkng o In In iiiirnl communities aiul In sotne centers wherethe Inrchtorlvs The ho jj will more than be ijnade up hnd thcstotnl tax duplicate by sub stantial gains la assessments In Mjirioii and Allen NoticejGiven Auflitors Advices of Increases wero sent to the county Auditors iji the tv4ntyr four counties They will be required to their boafrds of review together next jjruesday ijnd the changes designated by thfc state In the event fae local Ijoanls frill to make the changes designated the State board has thef authority atits Inext session to the horizjintal increase for the county a wholf on the iiclass of property j The following letter gent Harrison to thf auditors counties which sessments were This is to yu board has the report the action of County boird of nnd confirmedme individual asses may have been ISippenled or be ordered certWed for rbview not to be considercp as finaHy Action on thesef wfll be certified tliyoti of the the as 8 I ff 1 Evansville Gets Place on Ftv Wayne L6ses By the Associated ansville was the tiiird place on the state board of cation over today whenit was announced that ansvilltf had gained fortyseven and Fort lost thir tyeight in rechecking their school enumeration School su perintendents of Indianapolis and South Bend hold the other two places on the CITY OFFICERS SAY SERVING NOTICE ON PROPERTY ERS tNSATISFACTORXi Washington is to be divestfed of Its annual crop of j Finding personal appeals failed to accomplished the desired city of have decided to resort toi more drastic measures compel prpperty owners to rid their premises of the rank and unsightly This action will consist of filing against several property owuerfe who have paid no heed to personal notice of Mayor McCarty in making the an nouncement today of intention to pros ecute negligent property owners said Washington must be freed of jweeds and that R was apparent that j mere ly ordering property owners toj do or have the work done was an unsatis factory method of getting it A few prosecutions which will un dertaken at he prjobably will produce the results WORK PROBABLY WILL TAKE ABOUT TWO AC CORDING TO STATEMENT August Tbje Gra ham glass plant has closed down for I repairs take abouf two and after the daite for resuming operations is deterinii ed by orders on of the men employed itthe plant lire being retained to help with the Just how extensh this close work will bo depends upon n examination of tho ne cording lo Charles locaj man before drawing of llic friun the furnace one of the machines broke down lor the punt eight monlhs lljo fuc tMy IIIIM bciii working Ihicc n innlUiig SllOlv IJOXDS NOT iOOl FOR Onlltinry NUOO boxes tiro njtt nc ceptablo lo tlio piiHtnl depaHnicnt for mailing parcdri hough patrons of tlio umll service1 repeat edly seek to use There art some shoe boxes especially constructed for use In parcels but they archeav ier than those in which shoes nris ship iu wood containers from tie fac Instructions sent to post offices by the dapartment at Washlngtod also call attention to removal of stamps on bosespreviously andjspecl fically state that Mailing box es and other containers not be accepted for remailing unlefes the previously used postage ad dress are first removed and patrons should pe ad vised ANCHOR TAKES PLACES QJ51 DENTIST DEATH RESULTS in AU on the steamer Cincinnati Ohlo river hnd a He tied a string to the painful fas tencdJhe other end ot the ships nn jchqr and intosthe I With Jt went thetooth and UtkewisJ part of Sams thouglit the wound and ing tha night he hied to Corr Chaudley was Childtlen froi VINCEJ was reac led which he Ivas a switch enginej at the CJ of South oclock la h suffered7 a the head sand H broke inj not considered lowing nn eiamij She was r ishedj tan hospital in j 1 The fatjil nc the Calvlnf Me th time he his was struck by mshing ore box car railroad crossing th street ubout Gertrule McKiK n the car with right a cut on rhaps ot ierminoc ro ol years ijjj w rious last i rtibn by a o the Samari he Gardner ami ui i lent occulted within r nd several ib wpre in the frint of their One of thfem cif a There has been a wreck fa lieve it isTmothi three ran to t reached ii tim form of their debris of he wigckedautoi while dnd their motj let The erland toi rin J was compj over the lutis a of the duced to wre crossing and I jje 1 afld The scene wihich tljiey to see the lifeless The childen vf rived thefee a ball saw withalv ats the and Bussbron caff for tl e am ly just ore Ii wer of Fourtc csnth narrowing visic switch In front o v tomobile iJrlVir CIIKMISTK FOR diemlpry working la various oilsuse Alchohol satlsfactor ered becau epllsj green and tracts are VSK het lifted ried to from the ambul was a Rdbird bv Its del lolishmtnt iattled and bumpoiS 1 ties by he he machine was jre almostIjeyond rec ai an flj ttomobjleby the time It came tc Jo Stj headlights WM they were turnj and the lifeless Despite the still burning until McKijlip ody of her husbiind f the midst of jtho were takeiioutj The family tip been to a Iked home and jar ort time before the intnnce ii the jity Killip fill his Hires ng station at Fourth Shortly before jhe lance evident started parked on each silda reel at the of ishlng the box s going the It is not hr ir ifni away saw tup c iglno I bnt sov oral sj they attempted j to warn him by lug him to diiilly thi ikliig i jho could clour he trucks In it wns ajnlil that Iho iistoned his speed i to got ncross mitlE tho wns too nenri to the SlillSTITlITE IN FLAVOK1N MA DISC under wnj cousin In stltllte according iinlverslly Hearch woijs on i project has been progress s Verai 9011 The prol Ifein o ire Au of V Is t discover a H ilj In fliivorlng extra Sennet to of LtD he in speflr lot sc which the nd some solvent jjln flavoring extn et ted to be the mast ince thus far discjiv jf pep winjter pular oils used in jble in NOTHESQ ABOjDT liEFENSB CpOLIGGE TELLS BRYj By tlNCOBN day plans of his A s ijernor call for my disruption critic ylcppres IjeutUl replyingjf pt jiest from go nor I to the scope of war depaipieht i i pljiiS fc jthe patriotic dm stration d fadent upon state local are intended to purely vo the president I opposition theft work ba and   

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