The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 26, 1935 · Page 2
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PAGE . 4-25 Capacity • There is no guesswork about it. A Norge Re llator cold- has been running on factory t ;st for the equivalent of 33 years in the average home; Isn't that'the kind of refrigerator mechanism you want to invest in? Come in and let us show you the finest refrigerator you ever sawj 20.1x7 ON TERMS Suite & Barrum i ."T to make rare the! individual whcj will be unable to remember May 6—accensaion day. - ! DEATH ENDED. Continued from Page 1. ! ! funeral home in TJpton for prepay ration and was returned to th<j home in Atlanta Friday afternoon to lie in state until the hour! of the services. ; : I The death of| this spjendid woman, who bore her affliction with : so much fortitude, is regretted by all and a pall was cast over the Atlanta community when $t became known. • •• ! I Funeral serviqes will be held at the Atlanta Christian church Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock with Rev. Mr. Berry in chareje and burial will jfollow in ,'tKs Dunkard cemetery at Arcadia. l Friends can call at the hpme ijn Atlanta at any tjime prior toithje hour of the services. . ! ! E|ES MOINES. I I I and Continued from Page 1 tion after Long, Burton, Stephenson speajt. * j ' Reno said units of his organizp- tion in 27 statps will be represented among the 15,000 to: 20,000 persons expected to jam tjie fair grounds ampitheater. | The Holiday association is the left wing o£ agricultural ^organizations. f RECEIVED SAD Mrs. K. SI. Tomes, Cousin of Mrs. Carl Williams, Died at Ehvood. PANAMA MAKES. ! some of which were discussed in 1 the White House. PUNJAB TRIBE. '; Continued from Page 1. Involved are radio, problems, the right of the United States to buy more land for canal purposes Continued from Pago 1. from Panama, if desired, arbitra-{home on plans connected with his tioL of claims and a number of j leading part in the silver jubilee miscellaneous matters in the re- celebration of King George's latilmships of the two republics, I reign. Mr. McDonald hopes to put fie finishing*touches on this program, which will be one of the most strenuous periods since he became Prime Minister, •- before the House of Commons reassembles next week. Between the national and local authorities a,nd voluntary organizations, plans have been launched Mrs. Carl - Williams received word Friday morning-of the death at Elwood of Mrs. E. M. iTpmes, a cousin by marriage, the *n|other of Mr. Tomes and the father of Mrs. Williams being brother. ; Mrs. Tomes died at 11:10 Friday morning and a telephon^ message was sent here, stating! short services would be held at the sister; and home in Elwood Sunday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock. Immediately following the service at the home the'body will be taken to the 'Baptist church! at Homer, in Rush county, where services will be held, with burial in the church cemetery, j . j Besides the husband Mrs. Tomes IB survived by one; Ison, Wiley Tomes, married and! residing in Cleveland,! O. -Her husband has several relatives in jthis county, his mother being a sister of the late D. W. Hilligdss of this coiinty. j ; HAD CASHED OXJE. Walter Kemp Was .tarrying Pay Roll Checks at ijinjc of Crush. Walter Kemp, wfio continues to be under the ciare of a physician and registered purse in Tipton since his accident Monday noon, in which a right shoulder- was broken, was carrying a bunch of, pay roll checks ;of the Kemp Brothers factory at the time. Before the cars were j-emoved from the scene the checks disappeared and word has been I received that one of these^was cashed at Frankfort during the week. Payment on the checks has been stopped and persons are warned against taking them. 1 ,Mr. Kemp is . still suffering from his broken shoulder but is improving in a satisfactory manner and Saturday pay be moved to the home of his father Attorney J. P. Kemp on North Main street. Michigan City Harbor. I * * *• j ^ *v ••< • 'm sometimes askecl aboM *• c } '* % K • cigarettes . .. and I believe 'they offer the mildest dkd purest forfri in which * ; r i s ' . tobacco is tised , ., (By United: Press). Washington, April. 26. — >Maj. Gen. E. M. Markham, chief of engineers, today recommended to the house committee on rivers and harbors that! Michigan City- Harbor, Ind., be jimproved at a total estimated cbsb. of 580,000 for new work and| Sfi'.OOO annually Jfor maintenance. ' ' ffEADS SEATTLE FORGE. Walter Byron Klrtley Who .Left Here When a Boy Named Chief. Running away from home at the age of 15 to enlist in the Spanish-American war, started a career lor Walter Byron Kirtley, son of the late Abraham and Hester (Brown) Kirtley of Tipton, which has landed him as head of the police force of a city of 400,000 persons and one of the largest shipping ports to the .Orient and Philippines. Walter Kirtley was named chief of police of Seattle, Wash., February 20 after having served as acting chief of police since January 17. Previous to that he had served as patrolman, sergeant and inspector with the force which he joined in 1919. Tipton people will well remember Walter Kirtley, eledest son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kirtley and his departure for Indianapolis in March 1898, from which place he wrote his lather a letter stating he had enlisted in the . Spanish- American war and asked his father not to tell he was only 15 years of age. The Seattle papers recently carried a story about the former Tipton youth and a picture of him in his uniform as a Spanish-American war soldier and a large picture of him in his uniform as Chief of Police of the Seattle, Washington police force. Following his term with the Spanish-American war, Walter B. Kirtley made his way to Seattle where for a; number of years he was engaged in railroad work. He married in Seattle and. has several children. ,— - A brother. Homer A. Kirtloy is in New York, a sister Mrs. Lulu Clark, resides at Fowler and anr other brother, Ralph 0. Kirtley is •somewhere in the west. Mrs. George Cochran, residing southeast of Tipton, recently received a clipping from a Seattle paper containing a feature story and pictures of the former TIp- tonian.' The clipping was sent to her by Clint C. Potts, a brother. I Ol'EiV WARFARE. Storied on 'Way to Work by Progressives. Mild Ripe Tobacco... : \ : f ! • Aged 2 years or more... — the farmer who grows the tobacco ... . _ ; — the warehouseman who sells it at auction to the highest bidder .j. . : — every man who knows about leaf tobacco—will tell you that it takes inild, ripe tobacco to make & good cigarette; and this jis the kind we buy; for CHEST- ; ERHELD! Cigarettes. -" All bf the tobacco used in CHESTJERHELD Cigarettes is aged for two ye»r> or more. LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO Go., frty UnW/-.! T*r<-RSV Springfield. III., April 26.— The bloody Illinois mine union warfare that has claimed some two score lives broke out again today. Bullets whistled through the quiet countryside south of'here in one clash.' Progressives stoned United Min6 Workers en route to work in another outburst, machine guns were drawn up to protect three mine union prisoners in the Springfield jail. The shooting occurred near Pana, irr. Roy Smith. . (Ry United Press) Van -Wert, O., April 26.—Roy Smith, 34, who shot and killed Deputy Sheriff Forrest Good, '14, on a, farm near here on April 18, was sentenced to die in the-electric chair at the Ohio prison, by three judges who heard his case here late yesterday. FORMER RESIDENT. Ed Eccles, 60, Died at Home 'in Whiting Thursday night. Word was received here early Friday of the death at Whiting of Ed Eccles, former Tipton resident and employe of the Stokely Brothers' Incorporated. Death was caused by cancer of the throat, from which Mr. Eccles had suffered several months. The deceased was a resident of Tipton several ' years, having charge of, the plants for the local factory of Stokely Brothers and owned property on the Berryman Pike near the factory. Prior to being with Stokely Brothers lie was with the old Fame organization which operated the Tipton factory. Mr. Eccles was one of the popular employes of the Stokely Brothers corporation and news of his death was received here with much regret. He is survived by the widow arid one daughter Mrs. Fay Barnes both of Whiting. Funeral services which will be conducted at Whiting Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock will be attended by a number of em- ployes of the Stokely organization from Tipton. K. OF C. IXITIAXIOX. Class of Twelve from Here to Take Work at Marion. A class of sixty-five- candidates will be initiated into the second and third degrees of the Knights of Columbus lodge at a district meeting to be. held at Marion Sunday. Of the class ot sixty-five, twelve will be furnished by the Tipton lodge, the other candidates being from the other chapters in the district, Anderson.- Elwood. Marion and Hartford City. Besides the twelve young men to be initiated, a group of. about thirty-five members will also make the trip to Marion to witness the impressive ceremony by the Fort Wayne degree team. ranked as one of the best in Hie state. The work will bo followed with a banquet at 6:30 o'clock for the knights and their ladies, aftfr which a.program will be enjoyed. 0. W. Dorsey of LaPorte, stall- deputy, and other distinguished 'members of the lodge will, be present to contribute to the program, and a delightful time is in store for all attending. t rtV&WlW.W.W Chesterfield is the cigarette th^tfs^ Chesterfield is the cigarette that TMTES 15 V •!_ .* J Birth Announcement. Will Coppock of this city has received word of the birth of a baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle of Elwood, the little one arriving Tuesday evening at tlie Mercy 'hospital iff Elwood. The message stated that Mrs. Doyle and baby daughter have not been getting along very well, it being necessary lor the father to give a blood transfusion lor. the baby soon after birth. No name has yet been selected for the little one who is the first child in the home. Mrs. Doyle was formerly Miss Blanche Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs-.-Pearl Miller of Anderson, formerly of Ekin. She.is a granddaughter of Mr. Coppock of this city. TELtTHOXK RECORD. "Connections" Linked Around fl i- World to Phones in Nrw Turk. New York, April 26.—Two telephones within fifty feet of each other were linked experimentally yesterday by a circuit of 23.000 miles, of air and wire. The loop set new time and distance records. Waller S. Gifford, president of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, called T. G. Miller, vice-president, his voice girdling the world in a quarter of a second. • . ' His call was relayed over wires to the Pacific coast, broadcast to Java antl rebroadcast to Amsterdam. From Holland, the voice went- to London b? submarine cable under the North sea. The telephone loop carried to the Rugby broadcasting station where the voice was wirelessed to the-Xetcong (N. .1.) receiver and put back on telephone wires here. . ; .;. 12 Years Ago April 28th- | Postmaster L. F. Griffith was making his semi annual inspec-. tion of rural routes of the county, preparatory to making a report to Washington. : * - * * i Miss Anna Hobbs was advertising for $15 in bills lost somewhere in Tipton. « * * Charles Newland, inspector ,tor the Lake Erie railroad received word of the death of his brother, Clem Newland, killed in an automobile accident in Ohio. * * * The V. C. Loos company was advertising a standard upright piano for Saturday only for $279. * * * Mr. and Mrs. George Hinkle of Goldsmith received a visit from the stork and were left a big baby boy. BOY KILLED MOTHERJ Shows Sheriff How He Shot His Mother in the Back. (By United Press). Blooraington, April 26. — A five-year-old red-haired farm boy demonstrated at a coroner's in- fjiiest today how he shot , and killed his mother accidentally while triying to frighten her with a shotgun. Despite the fact that the gun is as long as he is tall, Clifford Cain showed how he cocked it and pulled the trigger with the barrel at his mother's back. The mother, Mrs. Myrtle Cain, 24, was peeling potatoes when the tragedy occurred. The -body was found by her husband, Russell. 2.S, when he returned from the field at noon yesterday. < ; Clifford lost most of his previous shyness when Coroner: -Ben Ross gave him -several stfcks of chewing gum before the inquest opened. The sum frequently made it almost impossible to understand the child. Clifford's testimony and demonstration were so convincing that the noroner returned a verdict of accidental death. i : Injured Fatally. Martinsvillc, April 26. — Mrs. Clarence Sinex, "2. Blooniington, was injured fatally last nig!it when the automobile in which she was riding overturned on state road 37. . . • Her five ehililrcu and a maid suffered minor injuries. C«r<l of 1'hanka. "We-, wish to express our. deep gratitude to our many neighbors and friends for their kind assistance and sympathy dgring the illness and after the death of our darling baby sou, Allan Ray Parnell. We are especially grateful to Kev. C. A. Wade, Rev. H. R. Peari-y, Mrs. Frank Russell, Young's funeral directors, the casket and flower bearers, and all who sent the beautiful floral tributes.—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Parneil and Family. .'"'•' H""ads Newspapermen. fUy United I'ITKS). New York, April 26. — 'Jerome D. Barinim, publisher of the Syracuse, SJ.'Y., Post Standard, today was elected president of the American ^Newspaper Publishers' Association. j BtAY ASK FOR. j Continued from Page 1. payment; of any monies for ma- terW furnished in 1934. attacking the" legVlity of the claims ! for tH«- F $14,^46 was appro- '-- • - • . . indications it appears . wfil receive: aii Soutliport Seeks Curtis. Indianapolis, April 26. — Glenn Curtisj principal ,and basketball coach at Martins.villc high school, today ^was considering a contract which! would make him principal of Southport high school. . -rj. '.- ' •"*** -Euchre, Saturday night, Eedijtfen hall, 15c; 2 for 25c. ' c-175 CARTOONING LEARN AT HOME IF YOB have an inclination toward sparr-time study of this I. C. Si course Win help you realize your ambition. Few catilog. lntBrnttl«n»l Cirreipondcaci SchiiU fi»x 1381. Scranton. Penna. Plenc lend full lotonuation about court* ehtcked: aCartmnlit DCmr Dnloner OCommrelil Artlit DNlWipagir Illustrator Jack Cunningham, Representative 1834 S. Adams St.. Marion, Ind. IBS* INVITING j Way 110 Hankley, Route I, Atlanta As a guest of The Tipton Dally Tribune at the New" Kits • .' Theatre to witness - ' - .- , "WHEX. A MA.V'JS A MAX" Explanation: This invitation 1 IB not transferable and Js good, only for the party whose nameiand'Bd- dress, appear . above. Ti' ''" named above, accompanie member of his family or k: should present this invJtati the Rltz door the same «f regular admission ticket*. '-. ' ' __ •THBTEPTOiN JDAJW " M Second ,1jhe Poitofflce,

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