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14 Mar 1921

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14 Mar 1921

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Fort Wayne News And Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1921, Fort Wayne, IndianaUse the Index in looking for bargains on the news and Sentinel s classified pages. Sentinel established jg33. News established 1874. The fort Wayne news monday eve eng the Olyion Wayne carrying both Jytta Cit edition and United press leased wire March 14, 1921. Suspect murder finding of bloodstained bed clothing in Shack May Lead to clue in solving mysterious death of Virgil Decker. 18 cents hit by a train on crossing near Atwood officers find no Trace of horse and everything Points to foul hold in quest tuesday. Special to the news Bourbon ind., March making through some bloodstained clothing in a dirty Little River county officials today expected to find a clue which might unveil the surrounding the death at Virgil Decker aged 20 years. Decker died sunday morning with out regaining consciousness several hours after his body found about 40 feet from the Robinson crossing near Atwood close to a wrecked buggy it which he was supposed to have been when a Pennsylvania Freligh train hit the vehicle throwing it from the track and red cons it to a pile of wreckage. The death was regarded As an Accident until Lute sunday when it was Learned that no horse we hitched to Tho buggy which straddled the Pennsylvania tracks. The shattered windows broken furniture and overturned cupboards in the Rovenstine and Cassius sum Mer cottage along Tho Tippecanoe River near Here indicating that a desperate struggle Nad been engaged in by unknown parties arc believed to have some connection with the death of Decker which occurred in the Bourbon Hospital sunday morn ing after he was discovered along the Railroad track near the wreck use of a Bucey which had been hit by a train at the Robinson crossing near rail executives called to testify sinn seiners Are executed Atwood. About night 9 o clock saturday a bad fracture at the Side of of death. A no other wounds worn inflicted except for a few minor body of the Youns Man was picked up some flu tacit ahead of the. Train the Busey Havone Uma shod and wan thrown to one aide of the track. Officials have Nada no statement hut numerous wild rumours Are afloat in Vicinity of Atwood. When the Young Man had lived with his brother. Red Decker nod family for a. Number of yearn. Jocy Toto to Imu to co Taco Ruckey tracks Lead to the Roven and in which Are in a Vitato of Central disturbance. This cottage in near the lived Decker Hor i. devoted the youth. The elder brother bad a neared devoted to Virgil up Aid Tintie and had encourage act him to try to make Nam tag of he Neif. Pm vines Given him the advantages the family Wax Able to afford. The Yonne Man carried several in policies which a Bald the amount to near with an indemnity clause in one which in Cane at Occidental death doubles the value or the policy. It 19 estimated that the policies May Rinir a. Premium approaching it considered an Gnu Flural circumstances that Yount Man of Decker s limited should carry Tsueh heavy in Aurance. Father died a number of years agro and since he has been Mak in his Home with he brother. Vitiuk Mother in Eckhart. Young Decker went to Elkhart lost week to visit Bis Mother who there. Saturday he hired an automobile and drove to Atwood. The owners of the car Camo from Elkhart sunday and found the machine near the Home of Fred Decker where it had been left standing inquest tuesday. Tho body which was not mutilated and did not indicate in any Way that it had been dragged along by the train is being held at Bourbon pending the Coroner s inquest which will be held tuesday. Mrs. Philly. The local undertaker to whose establishment the body was taken stated that the Doy s clothing was wet when be was brought there. The nature of. The Skull wound pre vents any definite opinion As to How the fracture Jay have. Been sustained but Pennsylvania patrolman h. Stout stated that it might have been caused by any one of a number of implements. No horse found. Conductor e. Berr. And. Engineer j. A. Klug who were in charge of the train which struck the buggy re port seeing no horse which might have been hitched to and had Possi Bly broken Loose from the buggy when it was hit. The buggy has been identified As one belonging to Fred Decker and a horse belonging to the elder brother is said to have come Home alone during saturday night family name changed. The name of the Decker family was originally Shingledecker but the first part of it a number of years ago. And the name Idecker six men accused of killing Crown forces hanged while crowd surges about prison. Dublin shows protest by associated press Dublin March 14. Six persons convicted of complicity with the kill ing of British intelligence officers and members of the Crown forces in ire land were executed this morning in mount Joy prison this City. The men were hanged in pairs at intervals of an hour. Twenty thousand people gathered outside the prison during the hours that the executions were going on and All work in the City stopped until 11 o clock. Even the Post once waa closed and Telegraph service was sus Pended. The scone in front of the prison waa impressive. The crowd begun assembling at Dawn and by 6 o clock the prison Yard was packed. An hour later the crowd had lulled the Road Way leading to the prison and All the abutting Streu. An altar had been improvised near the prison doors and on the Walls and Trees in the prison i Yard sacred images and pictures had been placed. Everywhere candles were burned scores of persons in the heart of the Denio throng holding them aloft throughout the Long Vigil. Hero and there priests or women lid in Pray can or hymns in which every one joined. Hundreds kneeling in Tho Roadway were forced to Riso when on armoured car forced its through Tho crowd. On the roof of the jail overlooking Tho Entrance a Cost Iron sentry Box been from packers offer another plan workmen Are offered representation on Board to de cide important problems. Men Are still on Job bar United prow Chicago March thereby employees of packing plants of the country Are to share with the management in the knowledge of All conditions of Mutual interest were announced today. The announcement was made while1 a strike vote because of the 12 pet cent Cut m wages in effect today was in Progress. As soon As the organization effected in the various plants t employees representatives will co Sider All matters of Mutual Iril cres such As wages hours of labor Wor ing conditions sanitary and Safe the announcement said. Dusseldorf Industrial Center largest of cities occupied by the allies in Germany which a. Soldier kept careful watch on the crowd. Two of thu men executed. Patrick Moran and t Thomaa . Oha Recd with complicity in the kill ing of in Dublin on nov. 31 last. Whsle in s two Broth ers wre in the United states one of them in the american army. Tho other four Neu to die. Frank flood. Bernard Ryan. Thomas Bryan and Patrick Boyle worn accused of. Participating in an ambush War Here lit january. In which one member of the hacking party was killed. Has been used since. Though not tin chief arrests a Bootlegger Abbott nabs John Klembek after he Sells Man quart . Aused chief of Dayton Abbott to Day John Klembek. Init a most Drin la parlor at Isol Welt ser Avenue at Terr Man. Whom that chief had sent into Tho drink Emporium i tits out plus quart minus of bubbling Moonshine and Bill which hint with shtau to i tempt to Purchi Tda Nora liquor. The police had numerous comp Ilnam about Klembek a Plucis. This Mornine. Whitn Frank Fordham waa arraigned in police court on to drunk charge he told the officers that he had gotten his in Klaembt in h establish mint. Determined to effect the soft drink joint proprietor s arrest the chief secured the services. Of a stranger and succeeded n trapping Klimbek into Selling the Moonshine. Klembek was to police head quarters where he waa still locked up late Thust afternoon in default of Bond. River gradually receding rain s cessation prevents threatened flood. Reaching its Crest sunday after noon the Maumee River was receding gradually today with the flood danger again averted by the rain s cessation saturday. The stage was 15.3 feet gunday morning at 7 o clock and the River was still rising. At 7 o clock this morning after the recession had set in. The stage was 14.8. Today s forecast promised unsettled weather with probably rain to night and tuesday and not much change in temperature. Should heavy Rains materialize the danger of flood damage will be augmented. Temperatures for the 24 hours end ing at noon today were moderate ranging but seven degrees. The maximum noon and was 43 degrees the minimum 41 sunday degrees been Renji Ecter and Well thought of in the Community and the elder brother s Devotion to Virgil has been commended. Early this morning forty four de t was Reading at noon today. Since sunday morning the weather has been generally fair in Eastern sections and in the Southern Rocky Mountain states but in the Lake Region Central valleys Gulf states and in Western and Northwestern localities precipitation Lias occurred generally. The temperature is be Low the Normal in Western Montana Bonds will be issued for new school House special to the news , inc., March 14. Anderson and the advisory Board of Smith township have notice february 8, 1921, they decided to Issue school Bonds to the amount of for the purpose of raising funds with which to erect a. School House in the Village of Collins during the coming year. There la a difference of opinion Amons the taxpayers As to whether the old building ought to repaired or the new one built. Plans have been prepared by a port architect however for a one Story building and heating Plant with it or. W. F. Kins of the state Board of health inspected the building and his report will have a great Deal to do with the erection of a now build ing. Standard Oil makes another gut in Gas by associated press new York March 14. The Standard Oil company of new York today reduced the Price of gasoline one cent a Rallon making the whole Sale Price 2g cents a gallon. And Oregon but elsewhere in the uni Ted states the weather is generally warmer than is common for March. Princess Anastasia showing improvement by associated press.1 Athens March an aplasia formerly mrs. Leeds of Rich mond ind. And now the wife of Prince Christopher who underwent a serious operation last week continues to improve and is taking solid food. Queen Sophie of Greece and Queen Marie of Rumania and Crown Prince George Call on the patient daily. None of the Allied ministers have As yet caller on Queen Marie and Earl Granville British minister to Greece is off on a yachting trip which it is said he undertook so that he could avoid any embarrassment that might be occasioned by her presence in the City. Still at work. Us Awoki Atco i Reno Chicago. March awaiting the outcome of my Daatio plans and the result of a strike Vot employees in Tho packing plants Chicago and other Centura in the Middle West had decided to k today under Tho reduced wag scale announced by urn Alvo in Adan packers. The new Acala Goca Ini effect today. More than men arc affect a by the reduction .15 and 12 a pc cent in the hourly rate and Suec Cor Rule respectively with time Anil half for overtime Only Altor _ hours. Any Assumption that Wear attempting to a. 10-Hou Day in said a. Statement from Armour co. y in answer charges of Union i cadent. Tho Whin to in slut armo Tir plants will con linux to blow at the end of Clugh work each at Niatas exec Tonga held in i a dozen packing cities yesterday the workers were Adelaed to remain u work until Tho Striko vote wan com dieted which it was min Here woul hit about Liy Day. Union Eade Friday. March Iii an the Date for the proposed conference i . Of employers and with Jan. Davis Secretary of labor Accord inst to reports Here Secretary bail halt yet received but one official ionae from the packers to his Raedle Atlon proposal. Wilson co. Agreed to Send two our. Cut in la a null when compared to other the statement of Armour co. We hav a hat of 21 other re duels Saeea where the rang from 14.56 to 33.34 percent. The Stockh Ildeni of Armour co. Could not Dodge the fact that we Are Ion ing Money. That a reduced Asne lion that at tempting a email Lxi. O. 10-hour wrong. The guarantee pay for overtime after 64 in any week makes Thea Lintlom Twe. The average working time in the killing of Luigi in the Pant year had been 4 hours. Under the arrangement a worker will be Able to earn a nub Puckle House employees in is or Worth. Kansas City and Slom City decided at mass meetings yesterday to go to work today pending completion of the strike vote. Employees in the Omaha plants planet to hold a meeting today to discuss their action. The wage Cut will be delayed until april 11 in the plants at so Louis and St. Joseph. Mo., it was stated by c. K. Irquehart. Man Ager of the St. I Voinis Plant because of a state Law requiring 30 Days no Tice for wage reductions in manufacturing concerns. Packers and agree. By pro Washington. March rotary Davis had received today re plies from the five leading packers and their employees agreeing to. His plan for a conference Here Between two representatives fro m each in a Effort to reach an agreement on the question of wages and other Duter Erces. Or. Davis has not yet set a Date for the conference but he is under stood to be considering Friday of this week. Chicago police win Battle with robbers by United Chicago. March a gun Battle on the roof of the Hub theater Early today police killed one robber and wounded another. Three burglars were cutting a Hole through the roof when surprised by a squad of police. The officers demanded that the men surrender. They were answered by a Volley of shots. A general revolver Bettle followed. All the police i caned unhurt one robber made his getaway. The slain Man was partly identified As Hines Mielke. Turks and greeks Are hurling accusations by associated press constantinople March charges and counter charges of persecution Are being made by the greeks and the turkish nationalists the Greks asserting that the nationalists Are persecuting greek priests in the pontus District of Asia minor while the nationalists charge that the greeks Are imprisoning Large numbers of turks in Smyrna and in Thrace. of the heart of City of Dusseldorf Germany. Dusseldorf is the largest of the four Cir Man cities now held by the allies while they Force payment by Germany of that country s War debt. The City lies in the heart of Germany s Industrial and con districts so far. Dispatches state the German residents in the newly occupied districts have been passive Uusi Eldorf win. Once occupied by French troops under. Napoleon. Registration not necessary special election september 6 on constitutional Amend ments does not require it. Thirteen Are proposed of Mogul March question of whether there will Hare to be a Roklen Traylon of prior a the special election to be held september i when thirteen pro will in acted upon by ple waa brought to the attention of to Day. It via determined. However that a provision in the Knell so Law. Providing for eliminate the necessity of having a Ratlan of voters. Krom or client indications there will Only two proposed on Holcli there will a Flucht. These re the providing that tax legislation shall be left to the dug mint of the ask ably and the her is the one which would enable the legislature to establish an income x. There been doubt in the lands of Many whether the Amend Lents will have to be voted on by a majority of the voters of the state in order to pass or merely to be accepted by a. Majority of the persons Olne at the special election. Promo ent attorneys who have studied the ton assert that the supreme Tuu held that a majority of the Oters at the special election will an amendment even if this majority is a Small fraction of the total otes cast for the Secretary of state the last preceding election. The English special election Bill expressly provides that a majority of tie votes East at the special election Earth tremors break windows Southern Indiana is shaken by earthquake that in part of Illinois. Damage heavy str if Hal fnm.1 Tel Lek haute. Ind. March Auto show on in full blast in Muny private building Here were broken when the Eart trembled about two Shortl t o clock Trouy. The we w other town Saoule rushed the Street a h Home of them half Clad. Early Sastok St. Patrick More hours but less wages at Fisk punt Fry Ajisa Jated press Chicopee March the rubber company which has been operating on a three Day schedule since december 1. Today resumed full time and a wage reduction on both Day and piece work was put into effect which amounts to an average of ten percent. About Soo employees Are affected. Continued on Page two scene of Kansas riot appears quiet today cart United great bbb. March Ufret prevailed today following the Nti non partisan league Demon to rations saturday which Only Tern Torai ily ruffled Tho peace of Barton county. With j. Ralph Burton of Salina safely escorted Over the coun f and presumably to Alina after at Hutcinson last right Tho demonstrations hich culminated in a o. Stevic Ata organizer and o. E. Parsons ate Secretary league being ripped of clothing and painted with e saturday night seemed Defin Ely passed., who was on his Way to do ver a speech on non partisan t Ellinwood. When seized by Ameri an legion men and citizens was re sorted to be preparing1 to Issue a Tate mint on the when breaches Salina. Ather John Hoch is thought undesirable by associated March John och whose passport will not be sed by the Consul Here tends to so to Kome to ask an sex j Plantation from the american embassy. Father Hoch was accused of Beins an associate of count Michael Karolyi former president of the hungarian Republic who was expelled from Italy two weeks ago. He1 intended to sail to Tho United states with several companions but the refusal of Tho american consulate Here to Vise his passport brought about an Altera Tion in his plans. The men who were going with him have been advised to remain Here As it is doubtful whether they would be permitted to land on american soil. Church the on the Rocic Back and Forth. The Only damage reported Here wan the breaking of windows. No on was Hurt. _ Over wid. Indianapolis. Ind., March reaching today told o earthquake being Felt in cities of to e you them and Western parts o the mate at m. Today. The trouw Wax Felt to tremble Terre haute. Vincennes. Kvan Vilu Attica and other towns. Felt lit Dan Ellb. 111. Believed to have been a heavy earthquake Shock occurred in this Vicinity Early today. Telephone Calls rom a radius of at least fifty Milea reported the same Shock. Rocked on their foundations but no damage waa reported. Body of woman found floating in River by to Luteal fran . Texas. March or the most gruesome murder mys teries in the criminal history of Texas was believed discovered near fishermen found the decapitated and mutilated body of. A Young woman floating in Little River in a Gunn sack. The body was nude and the Lees were missing. Will run open shop. Fly associated a rails Binghampton n. Y., March of daily newspapers Here where a strike of Union print Era has been in effect for nearly a week today were planning to resume publication of regular editions to Morrow under open shop conditions. France enters summer schedule at Midnight by associated press Paris March will enter upon summer time at Midnight tonight when the clocks will be advanced one hour until oct 16. A Mayhew Waight assistant Secretary by associated press Washington. March to. Mayhew Wainwright a new Tork lawyer is understood to have been selected As assistant Secretary of american Zubor wants to Send protest by Adeoti Attl Mexico cite. March of the mexican federation of labor have been asked by the guatemalan confederation to join in a protest from latin american labor bodies to Vaa Bragton against the use of United states military forces in settling the dispute Between Panama and the mexican labor officials Hare not acted upon this re the weather big exhibit reopens with Good attendance after Day of rest sunday. Ends wednesday night the creat Kort Wayne automobile How at 10 o clock this Moru lne at Concordia hymn Eafum after a Day of rent sunday am the Day Atu rally Loc Roulene crowds Caine. And attendance to Peol fully to night. A t . Motor Hibit in fort Wayne h history will close wednesday even los. Today the beginning or the last of Milf of the Auto show. Tho do three Days were record Breakers from the standpoint of number of visitors. But the menu crib of the Wayne Anto Trade association Are conf Den that attendance for the last three Days will be even creater. They predicted this Aufu Motlon on the fact that the fume of the show la being enthusiastically spread by those who have already attended the exhibit and that this will naturally result in Many other people seeing the splendid show. Special music will again be furnished this evening. Other special features will also be provided. The great variety of cars exhibited is a subject of much comment among visitors at the show. Very Type of cars Laudal lets. Town cars limousines. Brougham Cabriolet sport models sedans and the Standard touring cars and roadsters Are on exhibition. There Are Sixes eight Cylinder a monarchs of the roads. Luxurious sizes As Well a services ale and sturdy fours. In Short the port Wayne Auto show presents the soviet wants All hands off finns Are warned not to communicate with rebel stronghold at Kronstadt. Would appease workers by United press Yelsik fors March virtual ultimatum from the Borshc Viki was received by the finnish government today. The finns were warned not to communicate with Kronstadt stronghold of the russian rebels. Reports told of increasing agita Tion against the soviet government with important defections in South Ern Russia and Siberia. Orange Baum a port West of pct Rograda was Bald to have capitulated to the rebels saturday after two Days of hard lighting in which the red casualties reached 400 dead and wounded. The town itself waa destroyed larg Luy by the heavy living on both sides. Sailors who landed there were in route to Petrograd by land. Their Progress was covered by an artillery barrage from Kronstadt. Ico break ers were cleaving away into Petro Grad for the warships seized by the revolutionaries to Muccin. Southern Russia cast or the soviet commissar s. Indirect word from Harbin Suid red sold Erx were deserting their colors and Hock ing to the revolutionary Standard. Omsk and Kra Snarsk were centers of that movement. Meanwhile Moscow said to be making Gigantic to overcome resentment of Runxian to peaking Tho workers by increase n food and clothing allowance. An Cru Naod ration was distributed in Moscow Pittro Arail a lofty Thoun and pairs of shoes Roll noted by were imbued to workers serious a treat fighting in Mon cow whirr Enorton by the finnish Ambau among those or other stated that Genera instructed to Budenny had thrown his lot with the revolution us. Taking 120.000 cavalrymen with him. Men win Point Railroad unions demand executives be called before to testify regarding plan to break agreement. Great conspiracy is charged by f. P. Walsh attorney for unions says packers railroads and others Are planning Gigantic wage slash Pran Chicago March in the Railroad managers association were ordered today to appear before the United. States Railroad Here on wednesday to examination regarding petition of i the roads for abrogation some a i tonal the Board s action taken on demand of representatives of Railroad unions. Examination of the that the petition by for abrogation of National agreements was part of a great to Force Aow and break Organ led labor the Union declared Frank p. Walsh. Attorney for unions address Long the beam declared the packers action in cutting and abolishing the eight hour bar1" Day won part conspiracy. New Jack the Ripper is spreading terror Perth Amboy h. J., seeks brutal murderer who killed two Young women. Moat comprehensive study of modern motor car conceivable. Thi minister to Greece retire from duties Athens. March Capps. American minister to Greece retired from his Post yesterday turning Over the legation to Barton Lall the first Secretary who will act is charge d affaires until the arrival f or. Capps successor. In greek loyalist circles his resignation is interpreted As the first step toward recognition of King Constantine by lie new United states adm Nistra Ion. Or. Capps who is professor of at Princeton University has eel Lan this country on a. Year s eave of absence and 1t is probable be will return to America within month. Looks like foreigner a Liml i re pm Rte Amboy n. A. Marih u. Doozy and Toller of Perth Amboy and slat., Inland wore spied today for the Che upper who la held responsible for he deaths of two women in this Vicinity. Latest victim i. Mara. Harvey e. Wilaon. Organ Al in Thyl Simp son methodist Kali Copal Church Here she waa setted on the with in a few paces of her Home and just Ore Tho main Street or Perth Amboy carried to a vacant lot and there Brut ally slain. Her body left to near the fold walk that the Ripper craftily her open umbrella in such a position that it would hide the White of her face from passersby. This crime is connected by police with the killing of a Young woman in West new Brighton. State Island Der similar circumstances. The same Man is believed responsible for both murders. The place where the outrage was committed was roped off today guarded by police and stared at by a crowd. Mothers kept their daughters indoors. Girls went about in pairs. Afraid to venture out alone. Mrs. Wilson had just parted from a girl Friend when she was attacked. She and the Friend. Miss sue Franke. Had been to a motion picture show. Afterwards they stodd chatting on the Robert s. Hankerd. New rotary of manager association who among those ordered to appear plan before the Board id minutes of meetings the abrogation of. National who will be examined in clude thorium a Becht Cuyler. Presi Dent of the Railroad w. A. Atterbury. Chair Man of the labor committee and Carl Uray. A member of the committee ordered to were . A met Oleham k. F Byram Ivy o. B. E. Ii. Vikung. W. N. D. Maher. W. T Scott. A. A. He Nam. P. A. W. Trenholm and John i. Walber Chicago Warch la Bor today Ito tined the United railway labor Board that they could with the hearing compiled. Wjt Elmr to subpoena to Elroad to appear before the 1 tajik p. For the Railroad brotherhoods Tola he Board at the opening of that he to find that request for not been compiled with and that it for the labor aide to go on with the the testimony of the Railroad essential to fair hearing he or. Walsh referred to the labor situation in the packing Industry chug ing that the packers had joined with morgans and Garys and Railroad Heads in a concerted attempt to ruin labor or. Walsh presented a list of men tie wanted subpoenaed some time ago with the request that the Board have them appear last thursday. The hearing then was postponed until to Day. And this morning or. Walsh made Public the following list of of legals whom he said could illuminating information if called be fore the w. W. Atterbury. Of the Pennsyl Vania lines Hale Holden of the Chi Cago. Burlington Quincy c h Larkham. Of the Illinois Central a e. Byram of the Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul Carl r. Cray of the it Corner Lor a few minutes. It was Union Pacific w. 0. Besler of the raining and they were huddled under umbrellas. A woman has informed the police she saw the girls part and saw a e Central of now Jersey e. E. Of the Lehigh Valley j. H. Toung. Of the Norfolk and Southern a Hustis of the Boston and Maine x d. Maher. Of the Norfolk Short Thicket Man. Who looked like a foreigner follow one Oviand w. R. Scott of the them. Mrs. Wilson turned from the Cilc. Brightly lighted Street into the Resi i these men we re said to constitute the Jabor committee of the association of Railroad executives. Subpoenas also. Were asked for t Dewitt Cuyler chairman of the Socia Tion of Railroad executives Robert s. Binkerd assistant to or Atterbury. And the following Heads of various Railroad statistical by sr., and John Denic Street where she lived. Police believe she had taken but a few Steps when the Ripper knocked her Down. Detectives declared foot prints in the mud showed the Man carried his victim from the sidewalk to the vacant Tot the rain and wind drowned her cries. There was a desperate struggle in the lot indicated by a trampled area. The girl s body was As r of Ful hands. Two hours later the Mother Noti for fort Wayne and Vicinity unsettled weather with probably rain to night and tuesday not much change unsettled weather world and made a part of the me in temperature. For Indiana _ with probably rain tonight and tues Day not much change in temperature. United states department of Aurl Eul Ture weather Bureau. Fort Wayne ind. Mar. 14 192l local weather data. Hourly temperatures for the Twenty four hours ending at 13 noon Cura Barton s Home to women s society by press North Oxford mass. March North Homestead c Clara Barton was transferred to a by Carl o. Carlson to the Wolan s National mis onary society of he universalist Church which is to restore the place and make it a me Morial Home to be used As a resort for visitors. All available relics of miss Barton s red Cross work Are to be gathered from All parts of the -11 .41 .43 is 1 p. M.47 i a. 2 p. M.-17 e a. A. 3 p m.4s s a. A. P m.4s 4 a. A. 5 p. M----.47 5 n. A. 6.p. M.1.47 i a. A. 7 p m.47 7 a. A 8 p r a. A. 9 p m.44 3 a. A. 10 p. 10 a. H p. M.42 ii a. A. Midnight.42 noon extremes of temperature highest Lurins the 21 hours and inc at noon 48. Lowest during the hours ending at noon 41. Hiff Host since the first of the month 66 on the 8th. I sweat since thertist of the month 21 on the 4th. Precipitation total for the 24 hours ending at 7 a. In. 0, total since the. First of the month 2.77 the stage of the Maumee River at 7 x. 14.8 feet. The Sun sets today at p. M. The Sun rises tomorrow at a. M. Morial. Sixteen Hundred hero dead Are brought Home by United press new York. March the army transport Somma docked at Hoboken today. The vessel carried the bodies american soldiers Many of them former members of the 27th division. Funeral services will be held at the pier a wednesday. The Sommo also brought 587 doughboy relieved from service on the Rhine fled neighbors her daughter had not returned. The Barking of dogs which became audible when the rain slackened led searchers to the body soon after Midnight. I Man. Wilson has been living apart from her husband. Tajber and Neill were present at the hearing but or Walsh refused to put them on the stand. He said wanted to question Atterbury Gray Binkerd and Cuyler first. Mayor and police chief served with injunction special to the news. 1 Hajn Kington ind. March anarchist confesses to murder of Premier Fly associated Madrid March Pedi o matco. An anarchist was arrested late today and according to the police confessed to the assassination of Premier Dato last tuesday night. Milo n. Feightner. Sitting As special judge in the circuit court late sat urday afternoon issued an injunction against mayor Charles n. Mcgrew. Chief of police c. Guy Payne and the members of the Board of safety. Forbidding them from interfering with the boxing exhibition to be Given at the coliseum this evening by the Hoosier athletic association. I after making the decision or. Feightner in commenting on it. Said the evidence submitted All pointed that the affair would be Only an exhibition. Of course the police wih be present and if it turns out to to anything else they have Power. To Stop the injunction suit was died at noon saturday following an announcement by the mayor that he Thi tight the affair was a prize tight because professional boxers were entered and he had issued orders to police from preventing its being conference is held. By associated press. Philadelphia March Warren s. Stone head of the brotherhood of locomotive engineers w. S. Carter of the firemen and l. S. Sheppard of the conductors were Here today to Confer with t. Cuyler. Chairman of the associate of railway executives and a direct of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Neither or. Cuyler nor the Broth Hood Man would talk regarding to. Conference. Or. Stone however. Nied the mooting had anything directly to do with the proposed Cut in wages announced by the Pennsylva Nia Railroad last week. V -1 11 it held. Wilb athletic association and they asked for a change of court when the mat Ter came up for hearing. British acceptance of Harvey is awaited the plaintiffs were Melvin and the Bur Miller officers of the Hoosier i by United prcsa.1 March pres ident harding1 is awaiting Assurance from the British government that colonel George Harvey will be acceptable a american ambassador to London before sending Harvey s nomination to the Senate it was Learned today. These assurances have not been received and it is practically certain or Eforo that s nomination ill not Gro to the Senate today. In Many ambassadorial appoint ments. It is customary to make for Mal inquiries of the government to which the ambassador is to Roas to his acceptability. The replies to these Budapest. Hungary March 14. Except in economic and political agree Harding has assumed that Harvcy ment Between Czecho Silva Kin win be acceptable As evidenced he Hungary is expected to be signed the fact Hal his appointment has agreement . In the future. 1 Heon decided upon

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Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

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NewspaperArchive FAQs

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Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!