Connersville News Examiner in Connersville, Indiana
12 Mar 1921

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12 Mar 1921

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Connersville News Examiner (Newspaper) - March 12, 1921, Connersville, Indiana Vol.33. No.234. Eight Page Connersville ind., saturday March 12,1921. Eight pages Price 3 cents 15c a week. Without interruption by reason its change to a smaller unit. New portrait the question has a been asked once twice since the news that Mccray had signed the Mcconaha circuit court Bill reached this City a yesterday afternoon if the taking effect this measures whith carried an emergency clause and thus went automatically into Force with the affixing the governor s signature would cause any interruption Call any halt necessitate any sort change in the currents this term s procedure. The Legal answer to All these questions was being carefully sought today by judge Springer and some his associates. The impress bion was growing that nothing what Roever in the Way a change would be necessitated. It will be remembered that the Bill a which the governor signed yesterday at High noon provides that Fayette county shall be a court unto itself arid that it shall have three annual terms the first beginning the first Day january and continuing As Long As the judge shall please to keep it going providing Only that the term shall adjourn not later Baa the last Day april. Therefore the taking effect the new Law Catcher the Fayette circuit court in the midst what would be its january term it was the growing impression Amon 5 those trained Legal minds which were looking into the Case this Forenoon that All the Ideal court would need to do to adjust itself to the new order things was to turn Over a Leaf the court record enter at is top it the indication that this was the Day number whatever it is the january term the court and the it upon that formality the business would go straight Forward quite As if no Mcconaha Bill had Ever been passed. It was thought barely possible that a notice a special term j should be formally Given and that its beginning should be so noted but the Legal warrant for this precaution seemed less and less palpable As the research continued. It was quite. ,.that the whole matter we i a sufficiently easy one to solve to make it sure that court would go steadily and that the Only difference which lawyers and litigants would discern would be this that the old Shadow the Early ending the local term and the necessity the court getting up and moving to Liberty and thence to Brookville is obliterated forever. Payette county shall now have a Edge and a prosecutor All its own with time enough to keep the dockets Clear pressing cases and to obey both clauses that constitutional Promise which declares that Justice shall be neither delayed nor is heavy inspectors find stolen loot was Worth $10,000. Rushville ind., March 11.�?the loss in postage and Revenue Stamps in the robbery the local Post office wednesday night amounts to approximately $10,000, it was said today. Less than ilo in Cash was obtained. To amp Toffice inspectors from Indianapolis who Are working the Case have no Clew to the yes men except a Felt hat and some tools Ulah a were left the floor after the vault bad be a blown open. The tools were stolen tuesday night from a look Blacksmith be Isnow near Essen position the american forces to remain the same for present. London March 11.�?oberhausen, six Miles East Ruhrort and seven Miles Northwest Essen has been entered by the allies according to a Central news dispatch from Paris. Entry was made without Section last night the civic sect Iofi the chamber Commerce with its chairman b. F. Thiebaud presiding met in the chamber s Parlours and discussed the need parking Reform a City cleanup improvements about the c. I. Amp w. Station and divers and various Street improvements. The meeting was Cit very largely attended but it was attended by men who Are in Earnest. Pour committees each to study one the four subjects indicated in the foregoing will be announced next monday and each will Render an Early report to a mass meeting the Section which probably will be called the latter part next week. Her name in i is a Tillis robbed half an hour aft a last Midnight George w. Cain Eastern Avenue was awakened by the sound smashing Glass Back West from the rear his . He arose and looking out could dimly see the . J. M. Sample in off Rialls crawling into a rear lei. A. It. Odu Ipie now the Silver smoke Housie. The fellow had smashed the Glass unlocked the window and raised it. Or. Cain telephoned police Headquarters at once and the night patrolmen hurried up the place As quickly As possible. But the scoundrel had it is., unofficially but generally in a snatched the contents the till de stood in the last few Days that . Lindred pennies and was out claimed to be in the running. London March 11.�?dr. Simons the German foreign minister and the her German envoys to the London conference have received a vote Confidence the German Cabinet and it is not considered that there is any danger a governmental crisis this despite the criticisms made at the sitting the foreign affairs committee today during which Hugo Stinnes the capitalist attacked in violent terms not Only . Simons but the entire Cabinet says a dispatch to the London times from Berlin. This is the latest photograph mrs will h Hays. A a tiv the postmaster general in the a rafts Greensburg ind., March 11.�?robbers obtained 5.50 in Cash fro rii a Cash Register in the Post office at new Point nine Miles East Here last night. Some tobacco and cigarettes a were taken from the Putnam grocery company s store in which the Post office is located. The Post office was entered through a rear league starts its schedule with a Brilliant Victory. The senior boys basketball league started their regular schedule games last night with the Best Luck. The first game was Between the Central Turners and Clover club the final count ended in favor the Central Turners 32 to 1. In the second game the East Connersville aggregation was scheduled to play the horse shoe five but the former failed to come and the game was forfeited. A game was in Progress Tahiti morning Between the a kit uth end midgets and the fifth Street quintet. At the end the first half the score stood 2 to 0 in favor the midget squad. Power passes to a test by associated press Wii lii Wigton Imar. Lev nope nag Arramenta Lief re the supreme court today in the Wisconsin rate Case in it diffing forty iwo other states do Claro do apor tation act As con interstate Commerce Ive the the North Side schools were alight last night and full people. In the High school auditorium the stage had been made into a stage in fact. Great curtains had been Strung a group stage settings had been provided and a group players professionals distinction had been engaged to give the captivating old English comedy quot the they gave it too. Beginning at a Little after eight they presented the piece throughout full theatrical length with a cleverness which probably set a new Mark excellence for High school histrionic offerings. The atmosphere the oddly polished phraseology victorian England came alive under the Art these players and the Cost Mic effects were perfect in All particulars. The comedy the piece was constant. It was Light As so also is whipped Cream. Also it was Rich As Many Light things Are and the wholesome Ness the utter cleanliness its every action and word was a demonstration the not always familiar truth that the funniest fun May also be the purest. The auditorium was completely filled. It is Learned with pleasure that the juniors did very Well in a financial sense which they deserved to do in their sponsorship an entertainment so meritorious. Just before quot the rivals quot appeared in the High school the pm rent teachers association the Maple Wood school under direction mrs. P. W. Hyde convened in a meeting in one the upper rooms that building. The Early part the program was rendered by Small children who recited Sang and executed Little play lets dialogues which ran at times to songs and it is note that these renditions every one them was carried out faultlessly and without prompting. The training evidently had been most careful. While the meeting room was packed with parents and patrons some whom were obliged to stand the children. Excepting those who had parts in the program were being entertained in Roontas downstairs by teachers. Their evening was a merry one for them As that their elders was pleasant for those attending it. The topic the Eveni in s discussion related to better generation boys and girls a subject which e. W. Williams one the Maplewood patrons dealt with briefly with Especial emphasis upon the duty parents to be friends cronies co moan Lons their children and to make hone a Nince so Synod. Of a a peas Ait and satisfying to a he child it will wish to find the chief part its pleasures there. The mediating Alto Weihe was to Dee old enjoyed that the officers the association believe the next one will be quite As largely attended. The next meeting will quot be the evening april eighth in the same place. Washington March 11.�?american troops will remain the Rhine at least until the present emergency arising out Germany refusal to accept the reparation proposals the allies is cleared up. The first act the Harding administration Tov Ard Europe Lias to be sure a passive policy but it is not without a certain Signi francs. Or. Harding had announced during the Campaign that american troops would be brought Back from the Shine As quickly As possible after his election. Arrangement had been made through the Republican leaders in Congress who handle appropriations to cause the withdrawal the american contingent at an Early Date. The sudden turn events abroad has however map it necessary to make a temporary change Here too. President Harding discussed the whole question with his Cabinet at the first meeting. Examination the instructions Given Gen. Allen in command american troops revealed the fact that it was june Cessay y for the american forces to move in any direction account the and Vance the Allied troops and that there would be no particular harm done if Jiey simply stayed where they were. Thus the Allied forces alone would exact penalties from Germany Atid be in the position enforcing the terms the v. F. W. Now have a Post in reality. The official charter the Glenn Sample Post the veterans foreign wars was received by the adjutant Elmer c. Winn yesterday and is ready for formal presentation and acceptance by the Post members. The document presents an official and dignified appearance. There Are 128 names beautifully inscribed upon the face if it. These Are the charter members a Large number indeed in fact one the largest lists to appear the charter any Post in the in time United states. The name specified the charter is quot the Glenn Sample Post quot and the number is 571.at the regular meeting the Post monday night which will be held at the chamber Commerce the charter. Will be presented with appropriate ceremonies. Appearing in the san Franciso sunday chronicle in the Issue february 27th, is a four column picture a reception Given to Frank b. I noted president the Lexington motor car company this City who is in California. The reception was Given by the Charles h. Kaar organization san Francisco. Below thave appears another picture showing it. And mrs. Ansted beside a Lex no in car. At the quot wheel is a1 Cline one the winners the Pike s Peak race. J the name quot Connersville Indiana quot appears in bold letters As the place where Lexington Are manufacturer ill the explanatory Reading matter the picture and throughout a column article from which he following interesting excerpts have been taken Frank b. Ansted president the Lexington motor company who is a visitor in san. Francisco As a guest the Charles h. Liar company California distributors for the Lexington car called together at a banquet at a local hotel last week the stockholders in California the u. S. Automotive corporation. Forty per cent the stockholders this company whose holdings Are in the East and Middle West Are located in California. A closely knit Union the several highly organized plants devoted to the task Lof making Lexington Mizulo Man six cars has been effected by Ansted guiding Genius the Lexington motor company and Allied parts making industries in the organization the United states automotive corporation Connersville ind. The United states automotive corporation has an authorized capitalization $10,000,000 preferred Stock and to shares ino Par value common Stock which 100,000 shares Are class a and 200,000 shares class b. This company is incorporated under the Laws the state Delaware. It is a holding company Only and its subsidiary companies will continue to operate very much As at present without loss their corporate identities. Included in the new corporation Ai e the Lexington motor company the Ansted engineering company the Connersville foundry corporation and the Teetor Hartley motor coi Pora tion. With the exception the last named All these concerns Are located at Connersville and All Are engaged in the automotive Trade. The Lexington motor company is the Best known to the Public act count the National and International Sale its products the Lexington minute Man six. The other three companies however Are factors in the Lexington activities since All Are engaged in the production important component parts. J m Sample will enter the lists As a candidate for the Republican nomination for mayor subject to the May primary elections. A definite statement to this effect was not obtained but the Rumor that . Sample was to be in the running has persisted for a ays and has not been denied. He is Well known As a medical practitioner and specialist and his candidacy imparts additional interest to the oncoming car sign which still con and games Are now in pros which is made a possibility by Law lately enacted for Indiana. The baseball managers both the downtown and factory league had a tues a remarkably quiet one with Nichting at the office the exec the primary no farther away than it is. In the Republican caucus in the court House thursday night nothing whatsoever a conclusive sort was reached so far As can be ascertained. Tive Secretary last night at the beginning a committee was appointed to revise the bylaws the association it is made up m. M Shell House Charles theders and c. E. Walden. It was decided that at the Fri a a hit. Of this series the factory and the Ceram to that mayor Rieder downtown association will be listed a Ilju candidate to succeed form one league schedule is to r the be drafted and will continue All sum Cou Cuman Grundy Veatch does not to out every week impress Iota eth two games every night As soon if. Sood weather comes the games formal but certain announcement Community ser the candidacy Carl Carer and be lot. Sixth and Central the impression lacking Only the for he tie for first donors for the Sec Mal confirmation that . Sample Ai so will seek the nomination these matters make up practically the sum and the total Republican political facts existing today. In democratic circles the announcement that Claire Curry is not a Candida 3, the growing belief that former congressman Finly h. Gray will be a candidate for mayor and the possibility that Harry Kuhlman also will seek the nomination constitute All that is known. Within a week ten Days the Campaign is expected to take a More coherent shape k. Of c. Nine and the methodist Church in the downtown league and the legion and roots company draw in the factory division will be played respectively at 7 and 8 30 clock next tuesday evening. This will determine the victors the second series games. A Small admission fee ten cents will be charged for these games to help defray current services in Tom ids a federation me the Farmers federation coi Umbria township met at Nulltown for their regular Semi monthly meeting a Ai. S 0 i is night. Ill the first discourse tomorrow will be the beginning up the matter thie a Seifes simultaneous revival the pig feeding contest discussing meetings in five churches the City every Point in detail. That each con i these services will be in Testant is expected to receive one a. 1troni the Stoew Yards by a Deposit the evenings starting at 7 50 cock season the in the following churches first Bap contestant May either buy the pig list William Melton pastor first the association will sell it for him. Presbyterian j r. Bardelmeir Pas Clarence Edwards and Charles Rob i. A 4. 1 a i. A t Inson county agent outlined the Fer a tor Central Christian j. G. Smith. Pastor grand Avenue methodist l., Purchase and distribution. The a h Kendall pastor first methodist Ders for fertilizer Are to be sent to j w Mcfall pastor i company at the end next week. Jat a in div the Ninnis Turq Alf urged that All representatives Cess ful. The purpose was to Emp a. Tuesday. Harrison has re size and give announcement to the ported already pre easter services. The records show that one town ship has already subscribed for sixty tons More than was expected with other townships the waiting list expecting to do similarly. The evangelical program the five churches will last until March 27, easter and each evening Ai the churches named there will to special see vices each pastor in his own pulpit. With this in oven ent through ova the City in full Progress for 3 period fourteen Days a notable recognition the pre easter time iii occur in All the congregations by the terms one the numerous Laws believed to be soundly Good which the last general Assembly enacted Indiana cities May choose a their form govern sent. If they prefer a City managerial plan to the old political system under which at present All Hoosier City governments Are administered mis administered it is their right legally As certainly it is their right morally to indicate that preference regularly by petition and under a certain process to bring about the change. The league women voters i. Fayette county favored this measure i when it still was in a doubtful stage a its passage was a general satisfaction. No comment upon the possibility any petition Here has thus far been heard but the following dispatches indicate that the idea is at work in three directions at least Richmond ind., mar. i asking for an election to adopt the j business manager form govern i ment will be put in circulation Here tomorrow says an announcement is i sued today by a committee which and i located adoption the Home Rule j measure before the Indiana general i Assembly. The Steps that Are required for the adoption the legislation j were discussed by the committee in i two meetings today. Byron c Rob bins sex City attorney has drafted the petition. Representatives the Young men s business club the Central labor Council kiwanis and women s clubs met this afternoon to perfect plans for the Campaign that is to be waged in behalf the proposed change a the municipal government Clarence Green director the municipal research Bureau Dayton o., met with the committee this morning to advise methods that had been adopted in other cities where option elections were held this subject. The Young men s business cd sub a taking the Lead in the movement. Marion ind., mar. 11.�?citizens organizations interested in the City manager plan for City government Are preparing to obtain the required number signatures to a petition to be submitted to the City Council asking for an option election to determine whether a change in the form City government should be made. Only one Man has announced his candidacy for the mayoralty nomination. Bloomington ind., mar 11.�?bloom-ington is expected to be one the fir to Indiana cities to hold an election the question adopting the manager form government. Petitions for the election Are in circulation and will a be presented to the City Council at the next meeting. Jamef Temner legislative act. Is not effective this year. Harvey to London. By associated press Washington March 12.�?george Ami Harvey new York editor hard a aug it nation the influence the vey s weekly is understood to have churches and things sacred is sex been definitely selected by president petted to be the fruit. Harding As ambassador to London. First Meef no president Harding and his Cabinet Tofe psf. A a a a 4 a is ssh yes re. If Oak the Mottl it a Teluli Vroni Fayette county assessors encounter the dog tax question every Day. Many the persons whom they assess Are under the impression that the tax All dogs quot was lowered to 2 by the act recently passed by the state legislature but this is erroneous accords ing to Luther Beck Field representative the state Board tax commissioners who was Here explaining various regulations for taxation to the assessors yesterday. Or. Beck instructed the assessors that the act did not Carer an Emeit gency Claffee and ill hot go into infect until after this a Sessia it thus the tax canines Rem ins the Eamy As it was last year males son females and �a6h additional dog. Tia son three can dict men a taken today Tencis. Irvin Stevens Leland West and Ai Onzo Schesser wer tak a to the Fer Sonville Beix in a at a i r today by William Hendrickson and Wrig tit Holter deputized for. The it journey v sheriff James Stiver Claireas and West were captured by a posse is Jackson township and were Sente a ced upon pleas guilty to Robb a burglary and larceny Clesser in i. Forger who was caught in the Fra amp it Creamer store in a it att it ing to collect a quot spa us it tit

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