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Washington Herald (Newspaper) - September 15, 1924, Washington, Indiana THE EDITION GAZETTE AND HEBALD UR SOLDIERS PE SEPTEM Three Million Dollar Fire Hits California I Associated Press Mon old Spanish sct seat of the first gov ernment of California and in spiration point for noted artists 1 today was in the path of a devastating 000 conflagration which start j ed yesterday when lightning I struck a crude oil After a hectic during which four soldiers from the Monterey presidio were burn ed to the fire spread to eight tanks and sent more than thirty injured to hospitals suffering from The soldiers were caughtin the fife when the first tank caved in and sent a river of flaming the of the i An explosion sent the fire into Monterey where five i Thousand See New Studebaker Models Throngs of Interested car owners and prospective purchasers of motor vehicles that exceeded in number all expectations of the Palmer com tS pany attended the opening Saturday find Sunday at the local flrms estab lishment of tBe new Studebaker mod Weeks of carefully prepared ad vertlslng of the forthcoming announce ment has roused keen interest that grew in strength up to the time of the actual Not only did the new models arouse much but ni addition they gave rise to much favorable which was heard throughout Washing tdn automobile Sanford Pal mer of the expressed himself VOLUME XX NUMBER RISH IN FIRE Dixie Bee Strip at I Hazleton Completed HAZELTON Sept Fied Cunningham Construction com of Saturday completed the concrete road on tjhe Dixie Bee One from Hueltonlto Cunningham ferry This Is several days ahead of the time limit Work of removing track andplpe line will start at being followed by the grading contractors who will put the dirt shoulder in The road will stand twentyofae days to harden before being opened to This leaves but a few miles unpaved between Hazelton and The contractor on that section is understood to oe making an effort to lay that before cold as highly pleased with the admiration which the new models hare evoked and sal that there is every reason to be Here the cats will enjoy nn un precedented One thousand per sons visited the show rooms Saturdaj and Sunday hundred and four hundred from j 10 oclock to 4 oclock he hours the sales rooms were i There are fifteen entirely new Stnde baker nod each model isl n complete refinement of the previous The designsare somethln something never before seen on nn American It is expected that the Studebaker display rooms the cotmtky Trill be the mecca for thousands of people who are interested in new and anuanal designs in motor cars for the next several i JOHN FORMER WASH INGTON DIES IN INDIANAPOLIS i John a gallant veteran of the civil war and a resident j Washington for many died at oclock Sunday at the cornet where he had been a patlcjn for several Death from a general breakdown which lowed or stroke of paralysis a few years SnUifen reco ered sufficiently from the attack to g out on the streets and he was in tl soldiers home at for recently returning to Washlngtoi Sullivan followed the occupatio of a painter and paper hanger unt ils health broke He serve in hos for the Washington lodge of Knight ojt Pythias of which he was one of th oldest He was a native o Indiana and died at the age of eighty ionr His wife bus been dca or many She was Elizabct Two of their three chlldrei are they being Lew Wallace Sul Ivan and Roy the iatte of Seven grandchildren nls survive who was a mem ber of Grant Gran NO ONE IN WASHINGTON MER CHANTS AUTOMOBILE WAS INJURED Three Carmel IljUnils Paul Albert and Leo wert ajrested Son day night by Deputies Jones and of and lodged in the Evansvlllfe j ill charged with drunkeness followed a collision between their car and driven by Oral a merchant of Wash at a point nile and a half beyond the Dixie Bee bridge on Jthe Princeton state highi ray about Noeloek last j Leo said to hive been driv ing the was booked on i charge of driving a motor vehicle w He Intoxi They were to be oitalgned In1 the Evansvilie city court ithfo Gines told the that no one in his car was High School Pupils To Hear Mattingly Constitution observed In Washmgton high Ezra prominent Washington member of the firm dlMat tingly Jfe will deliver au address and patriotic songs will be Tbje program will be given at the assembly period at in VISITOR FROM manager for the Standard OH company at JugoSlavia under whom George Mat of this jvorks arrived this afternoon for a short visit with Mattlnglys and Ezra Walker Is Ing hisvacation SUICIDE HIS PEfcOBATION the Assoclatea As lifn n Army of the The now at the James Gill will be taken to the Firs Japtist church tomorrow morning Funeral services will be held In h chnrch at oclock tomorrow after The and Ladies will hold their services at the church Continued on Page COSH DRAWER ROBBED PEN NH5S SAVINGS CLOCK ALSO TAPPED gtect of ror a yonnjp cripple shot himself dead here at 4 meeting beforeTUs listeners could Thieves broke into the Yankee 11 northeast third some Saturday The loot of the exact amount being The robbery was discovered by a baker when he reported for duty Sun day morning and found the rear door The believed to have are thought to have gained to the room througha ventilating hole from the upstairs and to have departed through the rear unlocking it fromthe in pennies was takenfrom the cash which was and a Ford containing from to was brokenInto ind the contents The baker hilled to observe the clock dur a climax to his speech o nrotcst tag during against the Polish gorernments nethe but Euder found it when she visited the shop in the af The thieves are believed to 1HVA TYitnrnhfl If returned STOCK BROlL INSTICKUPpOLE NEW 15rJt a welldressed stree a slinking ttickup man by DaVid 35 years bail in ts charg Business Men to MeetThisEvening The Business Mens association will meet at the city hall Important matters relating to the community sales are to be discussed and an urgent invitation to attend has Jieen extended to all the orig inal signers of the community sale The meeting will begin at Even thoiie who have not cooperatej in the last two monthly sales are asked to be I I SUCCEEDS WHITSITT AS PASTOR HURT IS RETURNED By the Associated The Wail street church of Jef fersonvillle was chosen as the host Tor the 1925 session of the Indiana LINES REMAIN SAME AFTER BIT TgREST STRUGGLE OF CIVIL WAR conference of the Methodist Episcopal by the 3 ly the Associated hearlest fighting done so far In the civil war rival Chinese military fac tions striving for of Shan ghai hx k place today along the Shan ghaiNa iking railway directly west of Casualties of the Chekiang army defending Shanghai were estimated tonight kt over 400 of which half were 1 he attacking troops were said to have lost about the same Observers declared the lines of the two armies virtually were By the Associated TOKK Disorder ond unrest it the forces of General Chang stationed at Man lave resulted In a strong pro est fron the Japanese consulgeneral ace rding to reports received here r to the pc the alternate roles assumed alias Joseph old who was held wlthou Brooklyn Sunday on nffidnv ing suspicion of homicide jand rob i Burke pleaded not guilty of both charges and will be rearraigned to One affidavit swojrn to by Detective John Is in e with the murder of Detective Grottano last May Th mnectlon Bernard second charge was made by Patrolnon Clar ence who arrested Bi rke Sat urday after a shot puricturatcd chase that following the hojUlup of Mendelsohns jewelry Fifth The prisoners alleged dnnl exis tence was revealed when d tectlves visited his home found a andlady horrified at the news her nie young man who always sale he was a broker in Wall wn i in the clutches of the and sized a including forty sil shirts that was enough for flve m It wns there Burke was kn wn is BOV OF FIVE HELPS TO LAND BIG TROUT Willie Qorringer is only years old but he has been commended for mer conduct under extraordinary was with his fatt a Glacier Natlona when a maekinai was caught on a large spot and a trolling line in Mary ast Willie and thj fi ipped the scales at the same irious Park trou hook Lake each notch 42 The Bureau of National Piuks has no medal dispensing anc t Is doubtful if Willies mes in he Carnegie hero H wever Willie was cited by his father or his nnduct during the splashlnj He obeyed orders like a major emained quiet in the boat dur the lalfhonr struggle Dorrlnger h id be orc he got the monster trout i boy sure helped to can say what you Wa orringer because I never ould have landed it had Will ie got idled and scared by the encmnter nd made afraid of capsizli g the The boy was in the bovi nd he sat there without a luiver hlie the big ifish towed tie boa in a rcle half a dozen times bef ire I nally got it safely II ad to B on the trout lu the bottom f the iw boat until I got my knife 01 t and it an end to Its powerful flop MEETING OF rant ig of nior pcral of has called a mee old soldiers for oclock T afternoon to attend lie f John plausible kidnapper sired to pei Peace iess and today as who too near this Saturday him with of the ho order to di found nloi stan churc cut the ro and o the that icanrch at the closing session here District Superintendents of district superintend ents follow H MiirJihyT New Vincennes District George Thompson Burns John Rader Indian James New C Monroe Barrett Arthur Petersburg Arthur George Prairie James Sandborn John panese foreign Tracks Covered Ulcers of two without clues torthe identityof the men Gibsons car from Mm lty at the point of a revolver and after securely binding opes compelled him to accom o Nehf Drives Out Fourth Home Run Arthur star southpaw of the New 1ork made his fourth home run of the year in yesterdays game with the St Louis Cardinals at Nsw York which the Giants 8 to Gbwdy was on base at the The fourply blow came in the The victory of MtGraws men enabled to hold their lead of a little more than a game over Brooklyn which defeated Gowdy hit a home run in the eighth with two on the Nehf held the west erners to six All four of his home runs hare been made off three at file Polo grounds and one in pany the i jcn on a wild The most heory advanced as to the motive Is that they de petrate a robbery and escape to their ov n automobile from the dup in Gibsons taxlcab in elve Gibson was the roadside near Hludo by a passing motorist who pes which bound his hands By bodj yesterday Princ Joseph of his fifte A fa Seek Hand in Girls Death the Associated NEW of a young found n the shore of Carnegie with a bullet wound in the head n as identified here today by he me her parents a as that hyenrold Eliza m hand whose attentions to Ejections on tlie part of i being MAN FRO North Wabash Washington Hurt H X Gernhardt Martin succeed the has been pastor of the First church for the Iast two He the Indiana conference from the Ohio con ference several years ago and has been pastor oftheCentral churchai Evansvillc since the deathitif the He was aworld war is about tlilrtyflye years is married and is a pulpit ora tor of unusual TWO PLAYERS INJURED Two players were afternoon during n ball game at Hyatts One of the Cletns son of August received on the chin and one tooth was The other player suffered a gash above the At seventyseven years of Annie the lender of the has Journeyed from London to Amsterdam by airplane to attend a conference of her BOSTON body of a Saturday i Bennett in a room nounped dei Polic t ermine taken with nett was a v 1 trade of the first half of agVii same period ures mpde Th sis months 000 and the ng a balance ippioxlmate DETROIT FOUND IN BOSTON HOTEL The lan who had registered ler the name of Richard was found a hotel here ycsterdit edlcal examiners pro to chlorform ppis arc investigating to de her the chlorform was licidal intent Ben ctim of foul LUTHER AGED IS TAKEN TO HOSPITAL AFT ER ACCIDENT Luther the nineyearold son of John of BJhCormick avenue met with a serious i accident Sunday The boy iwa4 playing with compaaWns when he fell from a The accident occnreS near Maysville and the boy was takenin an automo bile to the county where it was found tHat both bones of rlgW leg was a serious the bones protrud ing through Bur ress was Police Raid Hotel Home Brew Seized Police raided the Meridian hotel early Saturday evening and confiscated two coffee sacks filled with quart bot tles of home The alcholic con tent of the concoction will determin ed by analysis before prosecution is The raiding Captain and Patrolmen Rhodes say the sacks were found in the apartment of Charles An at tempt was mode recently to burn the hotel a for which Charles the and Loren the are serving prison EEJi REFORM Drop to Air Field Ai Throng Roars Noisy Greetings By Associated Press Lowell Smith ind his round the world fly ing companions descended at the United States air mail at from completing their 249mile jump in Dayton in two hours and fif tyfive Lieutenant Smith struck the earth at Chicago and was fallowed by Lieuten ant Eric NeJson at and Lieutenant Wade at The first two of the flyers wrought tumultous cheers from the giant throng that had gath ered at the air field Ap jlause was so deafening that drowned out the roar standing with its motor Thousands watched the planes as they passed over Chi cago from the roofs of sky from the new muni cipal stadium and other points of vantage near Lake Mich The flyers tookoff from Jayton at 10 They will remain here over tonight pro ceeding tomorrow to By Associated Press HARTFORD The world flyers passed over here at central thirteen minutes ahead of the sched CORE HURT IN RACE CAR MISHAP An unidenti s killed and Sky Banks negro automobile probably fatally injured hen the unidentified man cross in front two raveling at mor than 90 v t occurred the course series o events at the iu which negro ore of both CHICAGO fled negro and Normal drivers late Sunday attempted t racing cars miles an ho The acrid of one of a Hawthorne drivers took About a white and net PHILLIP INE TRADE GAINS foreign hillppine Islands for the 924 amounted to it for the f according blic 6y the bureau of exports during the first this year were nports leav n fayorof the islands of TIMOTHY ANTI SALOON LEAGUE DEAD AT RICHMOND By the Associated Timothy Internationally known for his prison reform work and a pioneer Quaker In died at a hospital here this was ninety five years Death resulted a hemorrhage of the stomach which he suffered last JHe had been president of Indiana AntiSaloon league since its BYE PRODUCES 900 FOLD By the Associated Pomeraniai Sept From a single seed of planted this spring by the Tillage school teach er and nursed 19 stalks were and from thesa heads 900 grains were harvested This is said to be a reeord in Agricultural experts consulted the sclloolsiaster as to what kind of fertUizer he By Associated world flyers passed over Kewahna at minutes ahead of By the Associated NORTH JUDSON world flyers passed over at Bankers to Meet in Chicago 29 pub lic banking services will be the prin cipal theme of the fiftieth annual con vention of the American Bankers as sociation when it convenes here Sep tember 29 for four Meetings of varioris divisions and sectionsof the association will form the major part of and prominent bankers from all parts of the United States will General sessions wfll be heMTqps day preceded meeting of the sar ings bank clearing house ex aminers conference and the trust com pany division on JAPAN COUNTS 53 TITLES Frop the Associated Press 15 The number of titled persons in Japan jis now according to figures Just published by the Imperial Household I The rank of the that of leads with 411 then come viscounts with 382 103 mar 38 This list docs not include princes of the imperial I Boy BurglarsAre Trapped in Furnace effort to elpde night Charles Lawson and Edward each IT years jumped into the fire box of a furnace In the cellar of Coifs Clothing The two officers and two othejr men work ed 10 minutes before they released theboys who were wedged in the flre iThe fugitives had entered the cellar benf on looting the store but were thwarted by locking metal doors lend ing from to Both were remanded for trial in su
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