Connersville News Examiner in Connersville, Indiana
3 Jul 1923

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3 Jul 1923

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Connersville News Examiner (Newspaper) - July 3, 1923, Connersville, Indiana A n keep up with times i local state and world nets and i the Cream of comics and feat i ares Dally in news Esa Mliner a Quot a let want and do it if Yoa want t of buy sell or Strade anything or rent that room try. A news Bra Milner want . 35. No. 21 ten pages Connersville Indiana tuesday july 3, 1923 ten pages Price 3 cents 15c a week j a a decide to let matter of change rest for present proposal on time limit traffic situation discussed at length taxi question is raised hard Coal men to attend conference Philadelphia. Pa., july 3.�?anthracite Coal operators have accepted the invitation of John Lewis president of the United mine workers of America to meet with representatives of the United mine miners districts 1, 7 and 9 at Atlantic City on july 6, for the purpose of negotiating a new agreement in place of the present one expiring August 31. 1923, s. D. Warrener chairman of the Anthracite operator s general policy committee announced today. Less no 1 3 a cases by rot of of the City Council monday night the parking Quesi iii was Pigeon holed and from All it Idica tons will not be Given further Cou Side ration for some time to come. No Dlapa eaten vote was cast but the Roll Waii not Call id on the Vole and _ the stand of the individual Council of record Quot Fine also imposed on Tran action in the parking matter Fol a Conr Fainn Pinro a Tnp Lowed the move of the a Pella com Sporia Ilou a narc ase Chester Reed and Herbert Baker draw $100 fines and 60 Days each Davis Given 30 Day term in Ittak last week in instruct iii the Ralty attorney to prepare an Amend no enl to Ali. City traffic ordinance providing for in cited Parkin time 1 on Central Avenue. Consider Abl dirt Cusson of the parking vies ton and the problem in preceded and followed the draws interest Brookville ind. July 3.�? Chester Reed and Herbert Baker Senora Litho were arrested saturday when Council a Thoy were caught operating a Moon a to a. 1-Shine still on Little fall Creek. In disposing of the parking ques. Owning in the ton n. A. Overhiser presented a nio i. A ton that the of ounce take no action a Quot Anklin circuit court to charges of for the time being. . unlawful manufacture of into Xicart 1h so ended the motion. A Arious j a a a a he cur. Judge Cecil c. Tague Colac Llrsen and mayor join sentenced each of the men to serve by in the general . Or. I k. Booher and or. F. J. Spilman. Quot so a ays at a be state penal farm and repro Henling the medical association s fined them $100 each. Charles a of the City opened the parking Dis jets who was arrested several Days need of the doctors in studying and unlawful transit rotation of into i Paton Long parking Chauses. Eating liquor and was sentenced to mayor Clifton started he Hall i a Rve 30 Days at the penal farm and rolling when he declared he is in favor of changing ordinances with j Quot ,. Wery change of fhe Moon. J e. My charges of unlawful Possession of fall Aski a if anything could be done j a still were withheld in the Case to a Fop the Par he of parking and Baker. Plans Are for several hours on saturday on i a Njg arraign them in the Antral Avenue. Or. said the a a. Court on the still City has gotten along fairly veil for j stated. It was under year. And probably fan con Rlue along the same lines for a time. Or Mcfall said he know a Man who Parks his car on Central Avenue and has his wife bring lunch so the family win not have to go Home to supper saturday evenings. Mayor Clifton said one or two cranes might a taking advantage of the parking privileges. Or. Lewis declared that if the Council want to Quot fix the Busl mrs. Mary Lonergan of Brooklyn. N. Y., spent the first Day of her Freedom after being acquitted of the murder of her husband with some of her 14 children and the pet dog of the family. She called it her first real Day of rest since she was married 30 years ago. Stood that the men would refuse to plead guilty and would Advance the claim that the still is the property of another person if arraigned on the Possession charge. The authorities decided to let them serve their sentences on the manufacture charge and take up the other Point later. Case draws interest a a considerable attention has been at Man Quot the thing to of was to j tracked to the Case against Davis of change the parking plan and drive eng to the fact that sheriff William Trade away from the City. Wright j Van Camp searched the defendant s hotter it Atod that he is convinced. Automobile without a search warrant that the majority of the business men i Davis intimated when arrested that of the City favored the present Park be would fight the Case on that Point in plan. 1 failed to do so when arraigned. The doctors Quot committee stated ih0 a Quantity of liquor was found in Assoc atom asked for n i special j the car. It is probable that the Case nil Vlieger but suggested that some will establish a precedent in the Way of permitting doctors to Park j county regarding searches. Consider the air cars near their offices would Bej Able opposition has been shown in a great accommodation to them and a certain sections of the state to the to their patients. Practice of searching cars without i warrants. The Franklin county Sher raises taxi question j Ujj reasonable suspicion Fogt a Louig the disposition ii of the sufficient grounds for search. Davis ii arking que Atson. With Restid to he is arrested after John Haman. Town iting the time Central av.-Nu�-. 1-> a or Mcfall raised the iii Salon o. Pic Mitt Long taxicab com pairs t establish pair King i Tanda. Miyo Clit tan declared the taxi Orno s have no Legal right to Reserve parking space. Met Elia asserted that his going drive his machine in Ibe Jitney marshal had called the sherbets at of nation to certain suspicious actions of the Man. Motion for a new trial has been filed in the Case of Nicolay is. Hubbard complaint for Refl Oval of trustee. Mrs. Fred h. Miller has been air Buh Parkins space on Wei Pointe Ltd a member of the Board of a Trot and test the authority of a he j guardians taking the place i company to make him move. He 7"iof mrs. Kirby Meyers who has Retro said Quot Hamilton Park. Central Avi it nue and 1mayor will speak deliver speech of acceptance at Catholic Celebration rejects All bids for Smol work Harrison township advisory Board takes action a program to be revive two Iun led at fired into crowd at session near Rushville last nigh meeting Breaks up w panic mayor James a. Clifton will make the speech of acceptance wednesday morning on behalf of the City in connection with the Flag presentation and dedication at Roberts Park it was announced today. Mrs. Henry Mccleaster will give the presentation speech for the Catholic women s societies. The presentation is a fear tire of the Celebration and picnic planned by the congregation of the st. Gabriel s Catholic Church. Plans for the Celebration and All Day picnic have been completed it is stated. Final details of decorating the Park and arranging the Pavilion for the program will Bei swished Early wednesday morning. The Flag staff has been erected and every thing is in readiness for the dedication. Members of the program committee stated today that a Large representation of the general Public As Well As of the congregation is expected in the audience to hear the address of the Rev. William to Connor National chaplain of the american legion at 11 o clock. A special invitation has been extended to sex service men and veterans organza sons to be present for the address. The Rev. Or. O Connor will be entertained at dinner at the Park following the address. The speaker will be accompanied to the City by his Mother it is stated. The Flag dedication will be held at 10 30 o clock. A Ball game will he staged by teams of the Connersville and Rushville knights of Columbus in the afternoon. Other entertainment will be provided for the afternoon also. Large crot hears address of klan Brookville. Ind. July 3.�?More than 1.000 persons heard an address on the principles of the Kun flux klan delivered by the Rev. Or. Griffith of Indianapolis. Monday night on the court House Lawn. The crowd was orderly and watched patiently until 10 o clock for the speaker to arrive. No Street demonstration was staged and so far As could be Learned no members were initiated. Persons were present from an Nav cite licenses to operate. I filed by the defendant in the damage Nerville. Richmond and other cities Var win the run of Virginia so of Lura Mcquiston is the in this Section of the state. It Ione of t it fran t Suo dose Thev Csc re c. C. C. Amp st. A Railroad company the audience was in klan uniform. I top or needed a y parking i the suit is the outgrowth of a Cross-1- Spac or. I Ewis said. No action a a Accident we Sardeng tax parking was taken to an a year ago. A Gary ius 1�. A a judgment for costs and charges has mayor Clifton asked for a Correl been awarded the plaintiff in tie Case ton Iriti minutes of the. Last meet of the c in in connection with the passage of the ordinance taking the duties in space two complaints for he a would do Mav t Burton stated it if better to j allow taxi companies take two divorce Ca sea have been Dos irk Long space than it be to missed in the Fayette circuit court Crant them special privileges by City Lack of pros Cuilo was Given As the ordinance attention a. Called to reason for the action of the court re Point that a committee represent in the matter. The cases Are Sadie ine the taxi companies had appealed Robinson is. Harry Robinson Paul to it roan it members for special con spacy is. Ida May spacy a iteration in View of the fact that i answer in general denial has been bal mizes i glorious fourth More by agents Start drive in Indiana bids on a $10.000 school Bond Issue and figures on construction work in connection with proposed improvements to the Harrisburg school building were rejected monday by action of the township advisory Board. The improvement program probably will be revived next year e. A. Maurer trustee of Harrison township announced today. The first National Bank of this City was the High bidder on the Bond Issue. Offering a Premium of $88.55 on the Bonds. J. F. Wild amp company of Indianapolis offered a Premium of $55. A bid of $8.777 by the Jones construction company of this City was the Low figure on the general construction work. A Neal amp st Oil of this City presented the Low figure on the a Lienbing. Heating and ventilating system with a bid of $2,985. With alternate bids and omission for a time of certain features the Low bidders were Able to bring the combined figures Down to 0,073. Or. Maurer went on record in the matter by asking the advisory Board to authorize him to accept the bids on the Bonds and on the construction work. The Board refused to take that action however and rejected the offers. Or. Maurer stated Toda that the plans for improvements were made in compliance with demands of the state Board of education. The state inspector recommended certain improvements last year in order for the school to hold its rating As a two year accredited High school. Recommendations included the construction of two rooms to relieve the crowded condition of the present building. Heating ventilating inside toilet facilities painting and general repairs to the Structure in addition to the added rooms were specified by the state Board. Or. Maurer plans to go to Indianapolis this week to request an Extension of time from the state Board. He stated today that he will make every Effort to hold the accredited rating for the High school. He holds the opinion that the Board should have accepted the bids and permitted the construction work to begin immediately. H. M. Gurican local architect prepared the plans for the proposed improvement. C. E. Brookbank represented the township of socials As came without warn Ingr Earch started for persons responsible Rushville ind., july 3.�?two men were wounded seriously and a third had a close Call last night when unknown persons fired several shots into a crowd attending a Kun flux klan meeting at the old fair grounds East of this City. The crowd was thrown into a panic by the shooting and Many persons were trampled. An investigation was started immediately in an Effort to locate the persons responsible for the shooting and an Effort was made to get bloodhounds. Local Talent is suspected no Trace of the assailants had been found today. According to reports at least ten shots were fired into the crowd from a Point 300 Yards away from the spot where the speaker stood. It is believed that the persons doing the shooting were stationed behind a rubbish pile along the l amp c. Traction company tracks. The shooting occurred without warning and the crowd fell to the ground As the fusillade started. Fred Woods of this City was struck in the forehead by a Bullet from a 45 calibre gun. It is believed that the Bullet had glanced from a tree which probably saved his life. He was removed to his Home where the steel jacketed Bullet was removed and his condition is reported satisfactory. Revin Roberts Farmer living near Moscow threw up his right hand when the shooting started and one Bullet passed through his hand and entered his upper jaw shattering his Teeth. Charles Drennen had a narrow escape. Bullets riddled his left sleeve but did not strike his body. The meeting broke up As a result of the shooting and the search for the persons responsible was continued until after Midnight. The shooting occurred at 9 30, shortly after the speaker had taken the stand. It was said that indications pointed to an Effort to end the life of the speaker As the bullets seemed to be aimed in his direction. Opinions differed As to the kind of guns used but it is believed that they were army rifles. Carl Drennen. Brother of Charles Drennen whose coat sleeve was riddled reported that he saw four men near his Home in the North part of the City shortly before the meeting started and that they were walking towards the fair grounds. After the shooting the same four men were seen running West on severity Street. Announcement was made today that Quot the meeting would be repeated tonight at the Fairgrounds with the same speaker a re. Brown from Martinsville. A Large crowd attended the meeting last night and it was said that 100 candidates were initiated into the men s and women s organizations. The women of the Kun flux klan will hold a mgt Tang at the grand Avenue m. E. Tabernacle thursday night july 5. It was announced today women. Is years of age or Over Are invited to attend. There will be an it rash a Quot of be minor. Women of klan to lip ror in. X l o set meet on Pmj Buday or. Clifton declared that he signed it As presiding officer of the Council hut that he did not Placo his signature to the mayor s approval. An investigation showed that i he mayor s statement was Correct Anil the record a. Ordered changed. What effect the incident will have on the City judge situation has not been learn a a red. Final passage in played an attempt to Advance the ordinance regarding the Jasien e. Roberta Trust fund from second to third Reading failed by a vote of four to three the special committee members voting to bring the ordinance up for final passage. Owing to the Rau a th9 Rwjr Denance will probably be brought up at the next a jugular meet ing an appropriation Ordla Ance transferring $2r.000 to the f ind for pay meat of Impi Brement Bonds and in i amp a was passed. Alte Sitoa was called to the fact that the Money is new Albany it a. July 3. Derived from collections on proper-t5 assessments. The City clerk was instructed to notify the i. Amp c. Traction company the an amp ted Spring amp Axle company and the interstate Public service company to Cut weeds. The Council discussed the matter of Street improvements on sixth Street by the traction company. Mayor Clifton stated he understood the company is a Raitinger to obtain finances before proceeding.-, puns for removing the to is Horary Spur in the Alley near the tenth Street stauton was. Discussed and attention was Quot called to the Ctm Diu osl of the to acc at the big foor crossing on st Xiv Street a tit la a with funds for the first half of the present fiscal year now available prohibition agents in the Southern part of Indiana Are starting a cleanup Campaign against bootleggers and manufacturers of illicit liquor it was Learned today from Daniel Moore in charge of prohibition enforcement in the Southern part of the state a a funds for prohibition enforcement were exhausted the Middle of june and All activity by the agents in this part of Indiana had to be suspended until the new appropriations were available the first of july. Stares death in face new York july 3.�?delancey w. Lewis for More. Than 30 years a watchman on Jackman s thriller amp Coney Island roller coaster was forced to stare approaching death in the face Early today when a car came hurtling Down via Himi. From his posithm.-. Lilg non the wrestled track Liels Quot Texo name delegates to National meeting members of the Phi Delta Kappa fraternity held the regular meeting monday night in the club rooms. James Cash and Louis Burgdoerfer were initiated into membership. were made for representation at the National convention at Dayton Ohio. Only 15-18. Ben Bragg president. And Quot Orlyn Wysong have been appointed delegates and Paul Deaton and Raymond Springer have been named alternates. also were made by the chapter for giving away an automobile july 23. Mrs. Adelaide Vance mrs. Adelaide Vance died this afr Lemoon at 1 15 o clock at the Home of her daughter mrs. We fam a. Ham son 337 Western avenge. The funeral arrangements will be announced later. Uncle Sam is 147 years old this fourth of july dating from the signing of the declaration of Independence in 1776. In those 147 years the red White and Blue orators have said about everything possible on the subject. But As the_year3 slip by the fact stands Forth most indelibly about the glorious fourth is that the men who engineered the declaration of Independence and later framed the Constitution which with the ten commandments is the basis of our Laws had remarkably far sighted vision. Lawyers frequently comment that it is almost in Canity How the Constitution makers were Able to see into the future and anticipate so Many phases of modern life. The things they overlooked were relatively few and probably they did t Overlook at All the Quot overlooking Quot being in the Way their followers have interpreted the original. Amendments can Correct anything the framers overlooked. The declaration of Independence was the father of the Constitution of the United states. We began getting our i depend Pendency Back on july 4, 1776. The Job in t finished yet. For one thing we have free speech except when it is needed most. But you cast your mind s Eye out Over the troubled world and you would t Trade places with the people of any other country. Fourth of july has changed a lot in the Way we observe it. Fireworks have been banned in most communities. That saves Many lives. It indicates that in at least this one Jay we re becoming More sensible. A would t you like to Coine Back 147 years from now. In the year 2070, and see what s doing on. The fourth Why the news exam Iier will give you absolutely Quot tree i$4,000 in prizes no losers in this gampai6hspecial prizes to be offered each week Send in your name today cal men in plea get $3,000 haul at treasurer s office Wabash ind., july 3.�?robbers made a clean get away with $3.000 in securities and Bonds from the office of the Wabash county treasurer it was revealed today when the vault was opened. The burglars gained Entrance by a Side door. They worked the combination to the treasurer s vault without using explosives after looting and ransack big the offices of the county clerk and recorder without results. The Job was done by experts it is believed some time after Midnight As one of the county officials was in the building until that hour and heard nothing. The police Are trailing two strangers who were seen hanging around the station last observe fourth in usual manner fourth of Bialy Jill be observed in the usual manner by the business concerns of the City. Many of the factories stores. Sices shops etc., will be closed All Day. In some in stance. However certain stores will remain open All Day and others part of the Day. In a number of instances downtown stores will be closed wednesday and thursday All c. Walker and Henry Hancock file petitions with Pardon Board Indianapolis july 3.�?fifty-eight petitions for clemency will be presented to the state Board of pardons at its meeting july 9-14, it was announced at the office of the Board Here today included Are five cases to be reopened. Among the new petitions Are those of three sentenced to life imprisonment George Morrison sentenced from Allen circuit court nov. 9, 1920, for rape Virgil Larison sentenced from Vigo county feb. 18, 1918 for murder and Charles Hansen. Those from Fayette county follow Henry Hancock Fayette circuit court dec. 16, 1923, 6 months state farm Fine adultery contributing neglect child. Merritt c. Walker Fayette circuit court june 27, 1923, 30 Days state farm fined $100, violation liquor Law. In order to extend our circulation and to secure several thousand new subscriber a whom we believe will remain with u i for Many years be going to offer the Public inducements that have never been offered in the City of Connersville before. We have secured the services of a live and reliable subscription Campaign team who have been in the business for a number of years and they have come Here prepared to make this one of the liveliest campaigns Ever promoted in this state. It is be conducted absolutely fair and above Board each candidate will at All times know How be or she stands the exact number of votes to his or her credit and nothing will he held Back from them. If you work for Quot the news examiner in this big drive you can t lose for there Are no losers. If you work through th.3 drive you can win anything from a Beautiful five passenger closed Quot car Down to As Low As a few dollars do spending on How energetically and efficiently you work a and you can t less than 10% ten per cent of the subscriptions you turn in. Special prizes. Each week there will be a special inducement offered in addition to the other prizes. If you Are a Hustler you c0.n easily walk away with one of. The grand prizes and s6\eral special prizes from week to week during the Campaign. This Campaign has been placed in the hands of the Campaign editor who at All times have full charge of same the i e will be a Secretary at the news examiner office in the Campaign Headquarters at All times to fully advise you on anything you want to Quot know furnish you subscription boo advertising matter etc., and explain in detail every Little Point accept subscriptions and Issue receipts. A special representative will Call of the candidate go with them and assist them in every possible Way in conducting their Canvas. Now be sure and clip out the nominating ballot write j our name and address on same and Send or bring to this office at once. Then one of the Campaign men will Call on you f furnish you with books etc., so that you can Start at once. You can clip out the 100 vote ballots that will appear in the news examiner on the big Page each Day and save or give them to your friends which will count them 100 votes when turned in on August 1, which is. The time All these votes will be brought ill to the office. open to Public. Let ufi Call your special attention to one thing. At the end of this Campaign the books will be open to inspection and will be left open for two weeks so that the Public can see them and look Over them also a committee of by siness men of Connersville will be asked to of Erve As judges and will be selected from the responsible and reliable citizens. Read full details in the big advertisement elsewhere in today s paper and Send in your own nomination or the nomination of a Friend whom you believe is a live wire and can easily win one of the grand prizes. Nomination period will be held open just one week then the books will be Given out All at the same time so get Busy Quot now is the a i i Quot i -1 i i v v Call for Bank state wents Washington. July 3.�?the the currency issued a Call for condition of All National Banks a of june 30,<the Treasury department Grade in class of 50 -.mrs. A Flam Murphy formerly Misa my by Pett of this City in put modern Woodmen meet at Lebanon Lebanon ind. July 3.�?modern Woodmen of Indiana began gather ing Here today for the annual two Days log rolling preparations Are being made to accommodate nearly 20,000 visitors tomorrow. The visitors were welcomed to the City at 10 o clock this morning and National and state officers delivered addresses before the Assembly of Woodmen. A big Indusi lal and military Parade will be held tomorrow at which Cash prizes of ?500 will he Given for the Best drilled units in the Parade. Military organizations and other fraternal societies will participate in the Parade. Chi Rev crop Short Warsaw july 3.�?the cd Kerry crop this Quot summer was on half Che usual size because of unfair Oracle weather conditions Quot Early in May and because i a i a Many americans on wrecked trains Paris july 3.�?six persons were injured and scores including Many ame Ricnins badly. Shaken up when the boat train from the Cunard liner Anada la Montreal to Cherbourg which docked yesterday crashed into a Loi al train near Caen. The weather forecast for Noriana probably Cloudy tonight and wednesday. Probably tired Thurber storms in tent i l a i m j

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