Connersville News Examiner in Connersville, Indiana
8 Jan 1923

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8 Jan 1923

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Connersville News Examiner (Newspaper) - January 8, 1923, Connersville, Indiana Read the advertisements so on Vou Lei. Hear mor the january use want ads. A Penny a word buys a Jot of Reading interest in the classified i columns of the news Exa Niquer. Spend Addai Quot for a dime Yoa command interest of an audience of More than 20,000 people. Want Ada pay. Vol. 34. No. 180 eight pages Connersville Indiana monday january 8, 1923 d Occo pm ept liaises eight pages Price 3 cents 15c a week Rural districts Howe Ltd will pay about same due to decreased valuation school work of effects Cut improvements figure in raise in rates changes Are announced Small French Force backed by belgians to invade German territory goal Issue is taken up reparations body to hear germans on alleged default of delivery Lav Raits for u<2a hav j been a. I in a i but in of minty Oil Fla 1.-. Ii Urt Umb Over last year to a a of c Unis Ilie. L Art of Xiii Wool of Tiki a six in i iii Lou ships of to e i 2�ii>. P for glow ooh in 1 Quot lir View town Hiji and for Baierl o Yrtti l i Quot air i Ltd wii ships Sizow d the i Oriti is via Etu Vishi a to Mii iii Viri hinged. A i Lik Ray the taxpayer. I f Rura it is Irlis Wei a a in approx Nat by tii Himic a Nicoiu of Taxt r �1-� a a ii. Dui ill it dec Reuhs a in huh a a i re Ai est Ait. The a i Quot Valu Amon win in a aay Balan Ilij a a of Ltd a Riiff. By Liis fax Vav i or High i Pidd ii All Asis Tiido Ulirch t. thu i a i. of Ihu in re. A a a 1 i or. Vii inh a six year old Polly Morrison of Bath x. A. Is a heroine of the first order. Whf a 1i�t five year old playmate. Ruth we it. Full through the ire. I Olly removed h a Schirf. Threw Colin tvs. end to the sting Kliing child and managed to pull Ruth from the icy water. To t r 1 a. R 1>. A a to a in it i 1 suon 1 a j Jai. Get iii a 1> a my if f a a a i a \ a quoth. It a a it a Quot 1 lit a it. ii Mit. F r. A. \ of pm a t met Itiat it a a i a to i am Titi Ltd a. Iii. Ill that a. I la i a a a. F Quot ii it of a to Sii of it Ishii a. 1 1v it i Wajih the. It h i from a a a City of con tii i it to no a i a it. I a rents. City o f uits. A i it Ril on township i i ill a it fac a a is Kast it Quot ii it skin52 7. I 73 rants it i it Naod. Ori Xifre township. $2.1 3 ii Linwood. F Ait a a a a to a , a 20. I Crift ased a lit Contieri Vine town Ltd a. $ 1.1 Quot i a a Hankte township 1. Of cents Jar Soj Tow Tiship $2 ? in spa a 24 a get a a Fow a p. 1 sri int. Rank township $1 so in a based 3 Harrison to Ash i 4 Post. A a a in in. I i. And Puim vir in township. I gets Fob Leetin by associated press i Akis Jan. 8.�?the iii it Hirpara Loiis i of Mitloff to the Gunian a hearing lasting nearly Ihrer Houis fails Atenio Ltd non tit it uhf a a t o the to Ltd Mian default in Ltd my a it la it rims. To lib Unmil Smilon Bien a la it it unit of until tomorrow torning. It ext get to take a Vot it ilm it it night a it a tomorrow on the Freri Ilene Imohl that Jer Nany be declare al in Olun tiry set y if a annual Short course opens at Purdue with Many in attendance exhibits draw interest Christie declares Farmers must get higher prices a Settle Speaks 1 3 township delegates select candidates for annual election Jan. 10 i to speakers for session a is 7 e a a a 1 s. Quot it r p this a a a a 1 s. Quot it r p this a a a i and a. r no a is 7 be a iii Mac i i a t Quot in a that. 1-�i.r of x in e a v not is in . It on s. In thu it a a it r due 1 a. of $ e it the a i a to >-.,t,. i a v a am the c r a o bist a a Quot Quot a at a 7 1 Ai it a i i i a or a nil Quot a it of i a a it.  ,.� i re rth a i i a a a a a i. Tate. $ of. Ltd Foth. Rio a a Ltd oi-nwt.,$2 i. A a t in t. X a i a a Wati l in. I a the. To Quot a Timur to May i 1 a or to s,., Jwj. 1 or. -. Pm . R Bureau votes to pay expenses of county and Secretary it Tutti of in a it ii Gay a n a u a a Waii i o tue ship Dol ogates Atti Aniio a ii the . Mini of the Ai Bank and Trust 1 i it Nipa it. Two Cui pie tii were i cd and arrange unit Natii wore co iii pitted for holding the annual Elt Cli ii v. no Day afternoon. January. 10, Ai his i i unt Nieting in Ilia Mett a by timing on a st sixth sire to. Nainiu h selected by the nominating come Pittee Are As follows Loi Lloyd Nickels and u. G. I iii Chiuan tor \ ice or is Cunt Fred Luckett and Anthony Riebsomer for Sei rotary Clarence e. Edwards and 1 Eonard Taylor for treasurer. Grant u Illiana and e. B. Tin her. Or. Edv Ards at hold the of lace of Secretary and ill. Wiki Anis is treat hirer of the county organization none a f the other candidates is a county a officer at the present time. Dinner to open meeting i ians Veie coins lated a or the annual meeting which will be held wed Derren i. Mesday. Beginning with a pitch in iii her at the noon Hoin. The Linner car Viii Oli owed but addresses by w. I i Settie i tiie Indiana a Quot Derato i of banners . A my by mis m. I Quot. June of Liberty the be Friou of i i constitute be a pal Iteni it business in add i Tiomi to the . Tise dinner i e by the farm women it a Liu county and it it i a be server in ii Mattel Iju Shiing. At the ses ? on he far Bureau Cilicia is unan Jiuji Ouhl to pay exp of the and Sec Quot Ary in i on Section with their work in Behilo the organization to be Oleia Ais i a r Solu tuu Rei Oinonen icing a lha tile various Loans in is Ghoul i pay the of in it he chair Aien in Lii past la Militi Piave i her Tiwi exp is get w. Mur in. In tiring pre i i . to the str Simals that til amid of till Oslic i Chuie Attu Lin and state a a Well a a Devolis consid Rabe Titiye to county attains he said flu of inc is to pay their own expenses in a to Nanlal Burden and that the Cost should be met by the county organization Rath if vir of the shop was broken individual. To far h Ould bed Ermini it. for the election wed a or l ii of of the keel i decided to print bal a n t -i,.,. Thi. Identity of theil to bearing the names of the Candy enter shop Small haul a a a ii in Hai h in in re a ance Fri r a Annie Tinich a u k Sci us 7 Trent in e rash . A a do in a <0 of police report the . Jan. occupation of Essen by a Small French Force accompanying engineers an . Is now stated for thursday coniing. It waa said on Good author by today. Belgium and italian in Lnu Eis and in Nical experts will Jaccoi Nijay the French. Only the , it understood will con Rili Ute to the Force of occupation. A a a Quot ine eting of the reparations com today was to Deterra iii it ther Geri Nany do a ted in her tiv to of Coal in la l 2. Aniis Barti iou. Replying to Ger a i Najiy s Obj iii ii that Lum Quot expert nut l ari.-? in time t , More tie of tiie co . Sail that body was no it a ii god to hear the Gers Nati spoke it i aii it Vay. It Rei snied cer i in. However that the . Her Salmi iii Ratte and i Iver Lubsen a Vituld arrive in Good time for the meeting. To Clear several Points is was generally understood a lie Rei j ratio is commission would do a Lare the Gerius Aniis in default at Elthes the meeting to it Klay or tomorrow be Era delicate Points remain for the rat Noii to Clear up before the Pia to operate the Ruhr Basin can be Puin operation. One of these difficulties is whether he German engineers and mine Raana ers shall be retained in View of the fact that it would take French official let Lea to a month to master the details of administration. Apparently it Wartini the idea of losing no time in thin respect that the first confine act of Orty engineers was sent to the Rhineland last evening. Premier Poincare will inform parliament thursday regarding his policy toward the Ruhr District. This a decided on at today s Council of ministers. France in Earnest. Quot France is going just far enough if action in the Ruhr to show Germany continued on Page 8. No. 2. L iii Eile sen 0 watery grave burial of fifteen Gallons of Quot Joy juice Quot attracts usual crowd in Contr rotting the theft dates selected by i committee and to the nominating provide Blank the weather forecast for la Diane. Spaces allowing voters to write to any other names if they desire ii make choices different from those of the l Orn Mittee. All Farmers in the county together with their families As Well As other citizens interested in the farm Bureau a and farm problems Are invited to 1 it terse the meeting wednesday. I Netth Lwi Asher Toni lit and tue it inlay. A Rov it ally rain a n cd somewhat warmer to Nisi. Tomre nature maximum. Minimum. Today. To o Cloctt 28 yesterday. A a a it a a a 3t Jap naval officer dead Tokio. Jan. 8.�?admiral Baron Hayao Shima Mura chief of the general naval staff died today. Admiral Shima Mura was bom 5b to Trace the possible Quot leaks Quot through j is a. He was wounded in the War which they claim to have found in a Between Japan and China. During embassy liquor Russo japanese War he was chief to Trace Quot leaks in liquor stores Washington. Jan. Effort riot in of White mule a whiskey i it it Quot a on Way to a watery crave in the Whitewater River this morn tie when it was dumped in the City sewer Ai fourth and Market by George Koch chief of police assisted by sheriff George h. Haley and members of the police Force. A Good size group of innocent bystanders who wanted to get some first hand information regarding the appearance and smell of illicit booze gathered at the scene when the offic Sal pouring began and remained until the fumes had disappeared. Some one tried to make an estimate on the number of possible headaches contained in the liquor but gave it up As a hopeless task. It has not been Learned whether or not the fish in the River became intoxicated on the mixture. The Bike be destroyed represented made by the police in the past few months chief Koch stated that it included property of about a dozen persons arrested at various times on liquor charges. Dica tons that i stores of consignments were finding their Way into the illicit traffic Hare a were being made today by the District of Columbia police. I Irreg liars arrested. I Dublin Jan. 8. A Twenter eight irregulars were arrested yesterday at Lanigan. West meath. By nation i al troops operating from Mui Ungar. I a. Quantity of arms and ammunition i was seized. Of staff to Admiral Togo. He had served As president of the naval staff College. Firemen injured Chicago. Jan. 8-�?five firemen were injured by Fallins debris last no get when a $350jk 0 fire of unknown origin destroyed a four Story nil Las occupied by the Superior perfume company and 0b� Shaw Knittig company. 1-Uayettb. Ind. Jan. men and women from All sections 01 Indiana members of the various livestock Grain and vegetable producers associations locked to Purdue University today by the Hundred for the opening of the 29th annual Farmers Short course. Every train and Cai into Lafayette brought quota Anu with an entirely new program taken up in a different Way the most successful course Ever held is anticipated entries in the state Corn and potato How indicated they would far sur Siasa any previous shows. The potato show now is nearly twice As Large a last year and the preliminary entries of Corn indicated a substantial Gaii. Judging will get underway today h both shows. A Nece it sary re adjustments in ind Iana agriculture Quot was the theme to. The opening session this afternoon with w. H. Settle president of the. Indiana Farmers p federation direct or g. I. Christie of the agric Tiitus a Iier truent station and mrs. Vir inia c. Meredith of Lafayette a eader of the farm women As the a eakers. They discussed the read us Mont problem from different an High Pricer needed. Quot Indiana Farmers must have Hii lie prices for their products Quot declared prof. Christie the inst speaker. J in Hancock county the actual Cost of producing Ith acres of in a. Was ?1s86. The 19 bushels of when sold for $1824.00. 1110 hours of Man Abor were required to produce Ami Market this crop. The loss equal i. >.6 cents for every hour the worked. Quot in face of High wages on railroads a the Coal mines and in every lieu of Industry Farmers Are dissatisfied. Country people Are leaving the farm for town and High wages. The East Ern states have gone through this experience with the result of Manj thousands of abandoned farms. It it hoped conditions will be Back tha. Indiana farms will be Aible to keep and compensate in a fair Way thi Strong Active intelligent workers an it Ontl nue to be the greatest wealth producing Industry of the state. He pointed out the strategic position of Indiana Farmers from a Marketon standpoint. Quot Indiana is recognized As an important agricultural state because of geographical location and food production. More than ten millions of people Are living within a radius of 250 Miles of Indianapolis a Sun continuous and Active Market for Inri Ana farm products is within reach of every county. Indiana has a wonderful advantage Over states compelled to make Long and expensive. Freight shipments. Quot California ships eggs to new York and Boston with a freight charge of nearly per car. Oregon and Washington state Farmers ship Apple to in astern Points at a freight Cost 01 of to $500 per car. Idaho Pola toes shipped to Chicago carry a Frei i. Charge of sixty cents per Bushel. Quot Indiana Farmers produce Success Fulvi. Economic any. And in Large Quan titles the principal foods used in the american Horne. Meat wheat milk butter poultry. Eggs vegetables anti fruit. The program of production fundamentally sound and should by Quot continued. Every Effort must be used to reduce prot a auction costs and Videt the margin Between the Cost and Selling prices of farm products. Quot Grain farming in Indiana is unprofitable. No longer can Farmen afford to sell Corn and Hay and soil Fertility and ship them away from that state. Livestock must be used to consume farm crops. In the fall of li>2i Corn sold at Grain elevators for 27 to 37 cents per bushels this same Corr when fed to hogs returned to the feeder one Dollar per Bushel. The soil Fertility problem can be solved Only by feeding the crops and retaining the Fertility on tie land. Discusses farm problems. Or. Settle delivered an address on farm problems and declared that Quot statesmen and economists ail agree that permanent Prosperity in the u s. Can Only return via the farm. If this be True Quot the Farmer must first Prosper before we May expect to see conditions materially improved. The Farmer in a Quot ses is not receiving Cost of p on for what he is producing w in Many in stances the consumer is paying an unreasonable economical production three Points production transportation and marketing or distribution were enumerated by or. Settle As the factors entering into the present status of sri culture. He urged not greater but More economical production. Quot the Farmers and those interested in improvement have tried leaving the distribution of Agri Ciu Tural prod oots to other people and they Hare of Tux the dilution attacked from the Standee to of profits mystery still shrouds the sensational robbery of mrs. Irene Mamlock Schoellkopf above Beautiful Young wife of a Buffalo capitalist who was a Obed of $520.000 Worth of jewels following a new year party in a new York Quot ity apartment. Ssi Jed n Lloyo Case Howard Clark fined $5 and costs another Man fails to appear named today Howard Clark pleaded guilty in Iio Lico court this morning to a charge of Public intoxication and was fined $3 and costs a total of $15. The Fine was paid. Clark was arrested saturday night at the Silver smoke House and a bottle partly filled with White mule whiskey was confiscated by the police. He was placed in jail and released later on $100 Bond. Mayor James a. Clifton told him this morning that if ii appeared in court again a charge of intoxication would net be enough. The mayor warned him not to be found drinking and offering liquor to others in local Pool rooms in the future unless he expected to face charges of unlawful Possession of liquor. William Owens was ordered to appear in police court this Romig. But failed to get there for some reason. The police stated that he was arrested saturday night on Western Avenue Between seventeenth and Eigle Teeth streets in an intoxicated condition. He was placed in jail and released in $25 Bond. Speaker Morgan confers with governor on several of the posts id Panapolis ind. Jan. 8.�? following a conference today be Twe it n speaker Morgan and governor Mccray it was understood that of p. Lafuze Repici it Entz Tive of Wayne and Union counties would be chairman of the roads committee and Bep. Knapp of Wayne county would head the education committee. A bitter fight for the roads committee Post has been Waseil by Lulves Duffey rep., of Marion county Wilile j. Glen Hai ris of Lake county has insisted upon a Popin Tiu it As head of the education Connit Tieke. Lemuel a. Pittinger of Delaware county is to head the ways and Means Spei he Gen. Azgap<2tian will Tell of near East situation Friday nigh Public in attend meeting arranged for chamber of Commerce rooms i �?�4 a a it Quot a a a a in a continued of past 8-�?no. 1. Another beef Marketa Rangeo Harrison farm women to conduct Sale saturday for rest room fund announcement has been made that the Harrison township farm women will hold a Market in Connersville next saturday to raise funds for the payment of the Harrison township quota on the Public rest room furniture. Mrs. Grant Williams is chairman of the committee in charge. Jackson and Connersville townships have held Marji ets and have been successful m raising Money for the rest room. Other townships will arrange to meet their share of the payments in the near future. Attention is called to the fact that the rest room which is located in the chamber of Commerce rooms is for the women and children of the City As Well As of the Rural communities. The chamber of Commerce has cooperated with the farm women in arranging the room. Books magazines chairs table and other furnishings have been placed in the room to add to comforts and accommodations. A copy of the news examiner is placed in the room each Day. India Napolis Jan. 8.�?the announcement of committee assignments which especially in the House will Settle a mad scramble for in i portent posts was to Mark the session of the legislature when it convenes at 2 o clock this afternoon after having been adjourned since thursday afternoon. The first order of business was to be the announcement of committees by lieutenant governor Branch and Raymond c. Morgan speaker of the House. Before definitely deciding the personnel of the committees on education roads and reformatory Morgan was to Confer with governor Mccray. The administration program to a Large extent revolves around legislation on education reformatory and roads and for this reason the governor was said to be very anxious to see that representatives favourable to the administration were seated on these committees. Because of the importance attached to the pending legislation relative to these subjects Morgan will defer to governor Mccray s wishes it was said. Regular meeting of legion tuesday the regular meeting of the Reginald r usher Post american legion will be held tuesday night at 7 30 o clock in the Post club rooms. Officers recently elected for the coming year will take charge of Post activities that time. A Ragey follows rouble at rink owner shoots Man then kills himself at Bates vice sunday Hubaty rail da3iagb. Dublin Jan. 8.�?a map issued by the Southern and Western railway shows that during the past year the regt of Way of the line has been damaged at 376 places. Slort7=two eng Loqa Hare bean Deraine l ninety three bribes destroyed and ninety sex Elsaai Cabins and Otow bonding raised. _ Batesville ind. Jan. 8.�? Charles Schmidt age 32, was shot and killed sunday afternoon by Vernon Winkler age 24, in a skating rink operated by Winkler. Schmidt was shot in the heart with a .32 Caliper revolver. Winkler then shot himself in the right Temple and died a few hours later at his Home near the skating rink. The killing of Schmidt is said to have been the result of Winkler s trying to preserve order in the rink. A number of persons were skating at the time of the shooting and were to be called today by George c. Taylor of Napoleon Coroner of Ripley county Fajr examination in regard to the shootings Schmidt had lived Here several years. He is survived by his widow and two children. Winkler came Here two years ago from new al and has been the proprietor of skating rink ten months. He is lived by a w Idow and a child Abbi sis at Pekin it. Peking Jan. 8.-Yelt and Par a who far East Arr ted hex Hanc Oricia announcement was made today that general Mesrop n. Azgapetian armenian Soldier Diplomat and linguist will give an address on the near East political situation Friday night at the conf Tasville chamber of Commerce rooms at 7 30 o clock. The general Public is invited to attend. The event is being arranged u under the auspices of the chamber of Commerce. No solicitations of funds for near East Relief will be it is stated. The near East. Kenief organization has issued the following statement regarding general Azgapetian held As authority. Probably no authority in this country is better qualified to talk of the situation in the near East and Analyse the conditions at Lau Zaune conference than general Mes Rop n. Azgapetian himself an armenian and scion of one of the oldest families in constant Nople where a was born. Soldier Diplomat and linguist general Azgapetian took an Active part in the world War and had Many opportunities to witness the heroic loyalty of the Arnien ians to the cause of the allies. Fie knows Well the awful Story of armenian suffering and persecution. General Azgapetian is making a tour of the country for the near East Relief appealing to big hearted americans to Aid his struggling and their Quarter million orphans All victims of moslem brutality. The general is a graduate of Robert College constantinople a Post graduate of Geneva University Switzerland and gadua4e-o-Gol-Umbla University new York City. He Speaks English armenian French German persian turkish greek and russian. Exiled from naive Laud while studying in America he devoted himself to armenian patriotic work so Streun Dufily that he earned the displeasure of the turkish court. In constantinople and As a result Quot can not return to his native land. While representing i the persian government at Washington d. C., in 1904, general Azgapetian was married in new y Ork to a most talented woman. In the Early part of the r world War he hurried overseas and was a Leader of russian forces when Quot that army was demoralized by the Quot bolshevik. His wife lady Ann Azgapetian struggled with him in tha service of the Tissian red Cross. 1 their escape from the reds through the ice Fields of Tho Arctic was most thrilling and spectacular. T for ten years general Azgapetian served the Shah of Persia in a Mil itary capacity finally becoming aide Quot de Camp to his Imperial majesty. Later he was first Secretary of the persian legation at Washington. After Quot making their Escaje from bolshevik Russia the general and lady inn. But came ardent workers in the various red crop i it Liberty loan and othe patriotic drives. General Azgapetian always appears in uniform wearing Many valuable medals and stars Quot received for various military and diplomatic service. He is an eloquent and forceful speaker with an unusual up iii Mahd of fluent English. He says the people of America Are entitled to by More fully informed As to the pres in Quot. Conditions in the Noah East. Heiss. It. I in a recent interview Quot while we Are enjoying in America the fruits of peace and Proa i Tyi the armenians Are still defense of their Homes and i Erland fighting , tartars and Kurusu As such conditions them to neglect the iii destries the Armen lems look to America for orphans and Surel generous people of refuse help to this people to Surrey agent of americ ili Patlon in the Quot the general i of Rescue n generosity now carrying i gang Patlon the great prove it a a Confidence Quot i. It 1 y =1 Mem Conti Glielmi a my 1 j j is Quot Quot Jas a a re

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