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. . , Sk fl 7 H ARTFOiRD HE Subscription $1,.0 Per Tear, in Advance . "f -w n tirit if ffoiy nM. tu tm tH iv.uM utrr h ivt J Kinds JoU Printing Neatly EjumtciL H ART FORD. IvV.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, W1. 17th YEAR. NO. 30 THE RALD BEN JOHNSON FURIOUS WHEN CALLED HA!) Friends Prevent Him From At- tacking Draft Dodger Bergdoli's Brother Washington, July 23. Tragedy was narrowly averted during a hear ing before the Bergdoll investigat ing Committee of the House today , when Representative Ben Johnson, Fourth Kentucky District, attempt ed to attack Charles A. . Braun, Philadelphia, one of Bergdoli's brothers, who while on the witness stand, became exasperated at the Kentucktan's cross-examination and called him a liar. Only the quick aotlon of Rep resentative Henry D. Flood. Virginia, prevented serious consequences. No sooner had Braun uttered "liar" than Mr. Johnson leaped to his feet, reached in his pocket and started af ter Braun. Women spectators shrieked, but otherwise every one in the commit tee room kernel paralyzed for a moment. As Mr. Johnson started past him Mr. Flood seized the Ken tucklan's hand, which already was in his pocl.ct, and held it there. Wife Plead With Him "Don't Io that, Ben," cried Mr. Flood. " , ' Mrs. Johnson rushed to her hus band's side and remonstrated with him, as he struggled to free him ' self. Representative O. R. Luhring, Indiana, went to the assistance of Mr. Flood In holding the irate Ken tuckian. Mr. Johnson continued to struggle, and appeared on the verge of shaking off those who were de taining him, when a Marine Corps Captain joined in the tilt, pinning Mr. Johnson's arms to his side. "Let me settle with that dirty, flag-hater," shouted Mr. Johnson, as lie continued his 'struggles. "The -committee is adjourned," cried Representative John A. Peters, - Maine, chairman, but his voice was hardly audible In the uproar. The crowd of clerks, witnesses and spec tators broke for the door of the committee room. Break Came Unexpectedly . Joe Rogers, Sergeant-At-Arms, rushed to Braun's side. "Come with me," he said, an(J Braun followed him out of the door quietly. Rogers accompanied Braun to the station and remained with him until he boarded a train for Philadelphia. ' Braun wept as he left the Capi tol. He told how he had tried to keep out of the Bergdoll affair, even to the point Of changing his name to escape the stigma placed on the family honor by Grover. , I As he left the room a shriveled lit tle fellow, about half Braun's size, dashed up and, shaking his fist, cried: I "I'd like to get hold of that big skunk, your brother." ; With a suddenness that amazed ' all in the committee room, the storm broke. Mr. Johnson had been cross examining Braun for half an hour. 1 He was trying to ascertain from the witness where his wife and children could be reached at a camp in the 'mountains. Braun at first replied that he did not know the name of the postoffice. ' Later, under cross-examination, he named the place and spelled it tor the committee reporter. I "Tell the committee all the. facts," urged Mr. Johnson. "Don't evade questions and withhold Informa tion." ! "I am not trying to evade your questions," answered Braun. j "You are not trying; you are suc ceeding1," countered the Kentucklan. 1 "No, I am not." I "You are. Why can't' you come here and tell the truth?" "I am telling the truth." j "You know you are not," Mr. Johnson asserted. ' "You're a liar," deliberately suld Braun, riling from his chair, and resting bis hands on the table top, Braun Makes AdiuuMtlou 1 ' Then it was Mr. Johnson leaped to his feet and made .a determined effort to attack the witness. , - Braun, who bad bis name changed y court order after bis brothers C rover and Erwln had betjn branded lackers, had been testifying about advice be alleged had beeu given his mother, Mrs. Btrgdoll. by John H. Sherburne, counsel for the investl- j gating committee. ' Shortly before the flareup came, Mr. Johnson, known as one of the ablest cross-examiners In Congress, In a hard-fought game staged at had drawn from the witness an lm- Riverside Park Sunday afternoon the lortant admission regarding a con fast Anglo-American Mill team, of versatlon between Mr. Sherburne Owensboro, went clown to defeat be and Mrs. Bergdoll, about a week tore the local lads to the tune of 9 previous to the latter's testimony be- to 8, in an eleven-inning seance, fore the committee Tuesday. The battery for tho Riversldnrs cort- Replylpg to Mr. Johnson's ques- slsted of Parrott and Phelps and ! tlon, Braun told the committee what , Mrs. Bergdoll had said to him about Mr. Sherburne's call at her home, His mother told him, the witness said, Mr. Sherburne had Informed her there was "an excellent point" in Samuel Ansell's brief for Grover Bergdoll. CRVISEU PICKS VP STRAND- ED ARCTIC EXPLORERS . i ' Nome, Alaska, July 19. The ' coast guard cutter. Bear, which res- cued Roald Amundsen's exploration ship, Maud, from a precarious posl- tion in the ice near Cape Serdze, SI- berla, arrived here Sunday with the news that the Maud had been towed itn within too n,Il. ...th of Kt. Lawrence Island, in Bahring Sea and is proceeding under sail toward Dutch Harbor, Alaska. While crusing in eastern Siberian waters the Bear rescued the crew of the Wrecked American schooner Gertrude, a few miles from East u,"'"",u l" J ,clu " ,un"'r Cape, Siberia, where the Gertrude Kmy. Xeatfy Ti-im-I.sland.-M was beached ln a sinking condition. Beaver Dam Jeyecl to Island The Bear also rescued from st. Sunrta3r and Proved tnelr hall play Lawrence Island Dr. F. F. Brunlng lng hy hanging up a 7 to 6 and Dell Bishop, who were ship- 8Core ,n their -avor' ln "Plte of the wrecked there last fall afteY they faet that they were seriously handi- had drifted about for days in a frail boat. They passed the winter on the island, subsisting on food pro- vided by natives. Leo P. Harris a member of the Burnham party of New -York, en route to Siberia to hunt sheep and to prospect, returned to Nome with the news that Russian officials at Emma Harbor had refused perm is- sion to land. Two other members of the expedition- are remaining at St. Lawrence Island awaiting result of another attempt to obtain the re- quired permission. A. L. Johnson of San Francisco, Cat., a" member of the Siberian ex- redition which sailed from Nome last year on the schooner, Casco, later wrecked in Northern Behrlng Cnn atucnnrl rt TtTtmA nn tha Daa, ' . . . . , , ' He suffered many hardships last winter in mushing across the barren ... . iV t u' with news of the discovery of gold. silver and tin at that point. The Burnhatn expedition, men tioned in the foregoing dispatch. wa. headed by John B. Burnham. of New York. President of the Ameri- can Game Protective Association, and Andrew M. Taylor ,of McCarthy, Alaska, noted big game hunter. tKonna, and (yuMa Tt WftB AlltflMod V ..... i. j . . ble and a triple. Thorpo or Cath- at Seattle, Wash., and proceeded to ' ... ... 4 , . . rone was carded to p tch for Hart Nome on the steamer, Victoria, early , . J "l last June Tuesday and Stevens today. .Tlle Ohio County lads ought to and ' we believe they will cop both games. Seattle. Wash.. July 19. Captain rlnyers mak,ng the trfp are. j Raold Amundsen to-day received Glinuii M Bne8 w Roger8 s A notification from Chrlstlania. Nor- ford c Romangi G Xlngley( G way. that the Norwegian Parliament stevengi q, Leach. C. Taylor. C. Bur had voted to give him an additional ton A Davg H Renderi j, Tnorpe COO.OOO kroner to continue bis nd Cathrone In aU(,,tlon t0 Arctic expedition, delayed last year. Mn,er Hnrvey Sileffleld the tealn when his schooner, the Maud, lost a propeller in the Ice of Cape Serdze. Siberia. . Booth Bay, Maine. July 19 The MacMlllan Arctic expedition took final departure. from American shores yesterday. The explorers auxiliary schooner. Bowdoin. went oway at aawn cneerea oy lownspeo- nln TV a TnirAiln will mulra u pie, short' stop at Sydney, N. S., on her way north.- , RACE GAMBLING DRIVE I1EG1NS I Louisville, Ky.. July 21. Proml- nrpt citizens from all parts of the ...... i. . i . . i . n i , t .. . ua uocu iii.nou iu Louisville tomorrow when plans will be outlined for launching a state- j wide campaign againat rare track gnmbling ln Kentucky. ' Invitations have been mailed to alt members of the committee of one hundred, re- cfently organized in Louisville to work together with citizen, from each of the congressional district. in the state i Helm Bruce, chairman of the executive committee, will preslda and outline lan. for the campaign at the nieetlug. " I 3 .. ' The Hartford Herald, 11-50 ths7r DIAMOND Dl'ST ! Hurt ford Even Cp With The Anglos ench gave a good account of hlm- rolf. The showing of the former was especially remarkable In view of the fact that he had pitched eight Innings Sunday morning, making a total of nineteen for the day. The home boys got off to a bad start, the score standing 7 to 1 in favor of the visitors In the third frame, but Hnrve's Henchmen came back strong and tied the count in the ninth. The heart-breaking deadlock was niain- ta!ned nntiI ln the eleventh session wlth Glenn on thlrd and one out' "EuM" Roer" llfted a ,on t0 renter' As B00n 88 the Pnere wa8 safely Plowed the center gard- ner' mit' "J'e" highballed it for home' makln 8 8afe landin h' aB eye-lash margin and neatly sewing up the old ball game. Two home-runs were made In the course of the contest, one by "Cur- ul x i reaountaoie "Buzz," over center field, a very rare quarter of the local ! .......... .1 . n . . I 1 1 1 capped by the necessity of depend lng upon substitutes tor three of thelr regular line-up. The batteries were: -"fiver Dam Stevens and Lcnch' Island Bates. Owen and Thorpe, . ' Saturday afternoon at Beaver Dam the Beavers walloped Caneyville with reasonable ease, the final tally being to 2 ln favor of the Ohio Countians. Battery for Beaver Dam Cathrone and Glenn. Clssel twirled for the visitors. The in dividual star of the game was Ro- mans, the high-powered shortstop from the banks of the classic Caney. Huirtford, On Burn-Storming Tour, 'Gives Dawson A Scare The Hartford team is in Dawson Springs this week, having signed up , . . ' " for a series of three games with the Hambyites, beginning Monday. The -ocal Iada l8t the game Monday, we . , . " a ' are Informed, 11 to 9, after a game fight, their defeat being due to the fa;t that their regular pitchers had not1 a,;r,ved ," eir ab8nc Leach and. er did the twirling; "Jim- "hiy" Glenn was on the receiving end The feature of the game was the bat ting of S. Alford for the Riverslders, he having garnered a single, a dou- was accompanied by those loyal fans nn(J rooter. uerry Dudley Walker. X p rniihl GnJ CUnJ I , for the , , Washington defeated No Creek by tne gcor9 of t() u t nUerMe Park Satudray 8fternoon. This was thfl thrd and deddlug gawe between . . . ' the rival sluggers. Each of the othor .'games showed a winning margin of only one. . We regret that we could nefv treat our readers to their regular dose of "Dudley's Dope" this week, but the j clever- "dopester" U with the locul i,eara at rjawgon KINGING CONVENTIO.V The Northern Ohio County Sing- 'B Convention will hold l it. regular u"uayI " "".nou chrch- S"1dar' 'u ' Everyone wno sing ng invited and urged to be present. Come, "bring r&ur diau'jr nl ,Pend aa eoJoy.ble u' . - , t Dr- w Taylor, who ha. been qnita ill for the pa.t several davs, is greatly Improved. . . T i SELECTED IlY COMMISSIONERS ! No. 1, East Hartford E. P. Bar- nnrd, Judge: Leslie Combs. Judire: S. O. Keown, Sheriff; C. M. Crowe, Clerk. PRIMARY ELECTION OFFICER No. 2. West Hartford S. T. Bar- of tlie corrupt Practice Act, state nett. .T; J. n. Bean, J; Elijah Robert- ""''its of campaign expenses have son. E; Glenn Tlnsley, C. been filed In the office of the County No. 3. Beds W. R. Carson, J;' Clerk by the various candidates for Estill Bennett, J; O. R. Tlnsley, S; nominations at the . primary to be ' Dudley Westerfleld. C. ! held on August 6. Below we give ' No. 4, Sulphur Springs A. W. 1 Mhlkiff, J; Alex Boswell, J; Ab ! Westerfleld. S; B. F. Bean. C. , ! No. 5, Magan C. D. Taul.J; J.i !c. Magan. J: Tom Metcalf S- Lee' Miller, C. I No. 6. Cromwell Silas L. Stev- 'ens, J; Ike Cooper, J; Warren Tar - lor. S; Sherman Taylor, C. No. 7. Cool SDrlnJamp T. Moore. J; J. N. Berryman, J; Q. M.'37' Sheriff. C. B. Carden, $122.31; Benton. S; H. Whltescarver, C. j Jailer, Newton R. Baize, $1.25; Tax No. 8. North Rockport J. T. Car - ter, J; Alladore Brown. J: Rodner Reld, S; E. C. Woodburn, C. No. 9, South Rockport Albert )rt Albert Key. J; S. O. Maples, J; Ray Herrel, i 3- v- B- Patterson. $1.25; Dist.. No. S; James S. Danks. C. ( B- Canary. $6.25; Willie Harl, No. 10, Select E. B. Flnley, j;!$-27; T. A. Evans, $4.75; T. J. C. W. Ranney, J; James Hatler, S; i Banielt. $1.25; 6th. Dist.. Ira Mose W. I. Lankford, C. j ley. $8.75; O. C. Magan. $8.75; G. No. 11. Horse Branch Mlto ' S. Holbrook, $8.50; J. H. Ambrose, Crowder, J; P. H. Alford, J; O. j.iSH-25; 6th. Dist., E. F. Cook. $9.- Christian. S; G. J. Hoover', C.' ' j63' Constable. 1st. Dist.. J. W. Wil- Kn i" Knrtii pi n v T)-Json. $1.25: 6th. Dist.. H. C Acton, ly. T. A. Rattlnnd. J; Andrew l-23. Alford, S; L. L. Embry, C. Il-pulli ans No. 13, East Beaver Dam Ben Representative: ira Jones, Reed, J; Will B. Taylor. J; J. b.'S4-59' w- h- B:,i::e- ?51. Blankenship. S; Horace Taylor, C. !5l: s- Mas. $55.00; County No. 14. West Beaver Dam f! P. Judge. Winson Smith, $71.59; R. R. Hodges, J; Frank Barnes, J; Otho Wedding. $36.75; Mack Cook. $113.- i:et,n officially communicated to tho Dexter, S; Geo. W. Keown, C. !2r': w- s- ean. $53.90; County At- H::ite Department, the belief here is No. 15. McHenry A. M. Smith, 1 tornny; Otto C. . Martin. $18.05; t:'at a comprehensive con:tr.nnirn J; E. F. Render, J; Sam James. S; County Clerk; M. F. Chumley. $2S2.- : :n on the iJei-ts "t l-'-'ue will bo Adrian Wilson, C. '50; E. G. Barrass. $27S.75; J. E. i r "-!vh from Tokio shortly ic re No. 16. North Centertown S H ' Mitchell. $169.90; James A. Tat. r":r,e t0 the late-t Americin rep Render. J; H. A. Ashby. J; Alvin -'SS.33; M. C. Schroader. re-vn'atives sent through the Amerl Ross. S; O. M. Bishop, C. SeP T. Williams. $121.46; M. A. Em- can Embassy there. No. 17. Smallhous O. T. Kitting- bry- $162.75; Roy H. Forman. $210. Department officials still are confl er, J; W. M. Addlngton, J- A L :D0' Circuit Clerk: Frank Black. rtnt that the reply will give consent France. S; Ross Morton. C. ' $67.35; V A. Matthews, $64,- t0 the broad discussion of Far East No. 18. East Fordsville C W 00' Sheriff: Cicero Crowder. ern Problems proposed by this Cov Wedding. J; Ira Hale, J; J. D. Coop.; $214.61; Cal P. Keown. $67.50; G. eminent as a part of the disarma er, S; B. F. Rice. C. A. Ralph. $346.00; Carl M. Taylo.-. ment negotiations. No. 13. West Fordsville W. F. : $17.75; B. C. Rhoads. $62.75- M. " " ' " Keown. J; A. L. Knott. J; Jeff Whlttinghlll. S; R. O. Neel, C. No. 20. Aetnaville J. A. Be!l - amy. J: J. J. Miller. J: Will Hav - nes. S; Wilbur Phillips. C. No. 21. Shreve C. T. Whltting - hill, J; John Robinson. J; Rufus Dowell, S; Oscar Petty, C. No. 22, Olaton J. E. Miller, J; Hnry Felix. J, Jo Smith, S; M. S. Patterson, C. No. 23, Buford C. D. Hudson, J; C. B. Cundiff. J; R. D. Bartle't, S; Forrest Bell, C. No. 24, Bartletts Ed Daniel, J; Ben W. Taylor. J; J. R. Weller, S; Roy Mitchell, C. No. 25. Hellin l. S. Condit; J; R P. Cox, J; L. B. Shaver, S; J. W. Foster, C. No. 26, Ceralvo H. T. Maddox. J; D. R. Hobley.. J; Alvis Fulker- son, S; J. H. Wood. C No. 27. Point Pleasant Theodore Hill, J; J. N. Nail. J; Nat Lindley, 1 Caughcrty, J3.05; Coiiota'ule: 1st. S; A. B. Tlchenor. C. ' Dist.. Jeff Piikerell, $00.00; 7tl. ' No. 28. Narrows J. T. Petty, J;'Dist., R. H. Basliam. $6.25.'" J. B. Renfrow. J: O. L. Shultz. R: C. C. Carter, C. No. 29. Ralph J. A. Greer, J; W. F. Howard, J; John Raymon. S; D. D. Moseley, C. j No. SO, Prentiss Clarence Den- nis, J; John Cooper, J; Odle Bur-!li Bess, S; M. M. Tate, C. No. 81, Herbert Grant Mldklff, ' J; J. B. Bruner. J; Abe Howe, S; L. J. Taylor, C No. 32, Arnold J. O. Albln. J; O B. Howell, J; J. Clarence Arnold. C W. Arnold, S; ! i No. S3, Render Milton Park, J; John Stewart, J; Chester Loney, S; Claud Myers, C, No. 34. Simmons Lou Day, J; J. L. Southard, J; Harrison Crowe, S; Cortes Brown, C, No. 35. North Hertford A D. Kirk. J; Hooker Williams. J; W. G. ' Ward. S; J. B; Wilson, C. j No. 36, Sunnydale A. F. Mldklff, I J; Albert Cox. J; Almond Duke, S;!be the case. Both the injured men James Davis, C. No. ST. Pond Run J. H. Miles, J; A. H. Ross. J; W. H. Maddox, S; Norton Hunley, C. . . 1 No. 38, Taylor M4ues O. B. Jones J; E. F. Render. J; Rowan Greer, S; Richard Baker, C. No. 39. South Fordsville D. N. i IT....... h.I T. D.-J .. ... ..I iiuturu, y, oiiriuy rum, j; n , ri. Park. 8; A. E. Smith, C. No. 40, South Roslus Warren Leach, J; R. H. Raines. Jj W. W. Hatler. 8; Ben H. Morris, C. No. 41. South Centertown-W. P. Ashl y. J; H. 13. Bean. J; Jesse Kill, - U,ir C river:. Clerk. CANDIDATES FILE STATEMENTS I "' CAMPAIGN EXPENSES ! In compliance with the provisions the an'0""'' each candidate reports tll" ,ie lias RPent for campaign pur- poses: " Democrat Representative. D. H. Godsey. $1.- I io; tounty judge, T. r . Tanner, $1.- 25S County Attorney, J. M. Porter. 1'1 - 23' County c,erk- Guy Ranney, $9.85; Circuit Clerk. A. C. Porter, !$L25; Sheriff, E. E. Birkhead. $155. 'Commissioner, Clarence PattOn, $1.25. I Justice of the Peace, Dist.. No. 2, ' Clinton Isleheart, $2.00; Dlst. No. D. Hellin, $57.05; T. H. Black, $122. I75' G- p- Jones. $258.10; Jailer: 'Jnn T- Kln8- $138.00; Barr.f.tt L. ! Tlnsley, $91.35 Charlie Smith. H0J.60; V,til!i Tlchenor, $125. ii; ' Nathaniel Hudson, $75.62; S. A. Lee- $ll-: Joiinson Steward, 5'i.28; Tax Commissioner; Roy F. Keown, $19.50; Surveyor: C. S. Moxley, $1.25; Coroner, W. A. Himes, $1.25. Justice of the Peace: Dist., J. A. Boling. $3.25; J. McCoy. $9.75; 2nd. lilH.. VV. 1st. p. C. Knott. $8.75; Feiix Shaver, ST.j.on : "Jrd. Dist.. O. E. Scott. $10.25; N. M. Tuylor, $9.85; Q. II. Brown. $8.25; ui'- Di!,t.. J. R. Murphy. $1.25; J. G. Withers. $5.17; J. . Ciieen, S11.00; 5th. Dist., W. A. Helm. $8.75; J. W. Gray. $12.43; 6th. Dlst., J. A. Edse. $9.75; Mack Mar tin, $8.25; 7th. Dlst.. J. N. Logsdoii. H.a0; J. W. Taylor. $lu.74; V. C. STEVEN'S IIROTHERS INURED ' I V I'l X-AAVAV EA It (.OSJIKN Messr.?. Hubert and Clarence F.ev- ens. sons of Mr. Will Stevens, of near Goshen, were serloiiilv inlnr.wl a run-away accident on their father's furm last Wednesday. A teum hitched to a hay-rake and drlv-' en by one of the young men. took fright at the sudden, nearby flight of a partridge, and became uu- managable. running away and Into : another team, hitched to a mowlne- machine and driven by his brother In the melee both men were pain- fully cut and bruised. Hubert re- ceived a number of bruises on the Uioy itu l a severe cut upon one arm. Clarence also sustains! severe body bruises and a serious wound upon bis lrrad. It was feared for a time that his "skull had been fractured,! but fortunntelv this did not nrove to' ore getting along as well as could be expected. m -mt. . Hon. Ben D. Rlngo and Messrs. ! Hllam Marksberry and Ben Head. ; of Owensboro, caUed to see us while I In this city on business, Tuesday. ! ... - .. ' ."vnss i.ucne Barrett, who ha been visiting relatives In this city for! rome time, will return to her home! at Barrett's Ferry, Friday. ' . j The Hartford Herald, SI. SO the year il. S. mm3 FcfR I8BT OBIEi-T PSiiLE' Hughes Bars Llirtu;.: S ;f Preliminary Confcruu. Ii. Note to Britian London, July -An.b-i'! j.idor :i'ori-e Harvey has presented to th. British Foreign Oflire a long note In which Charles Evans Hushes. Scre- tl,ry "f State, says Washington is in f:lvor of a Preliminary confnrerce on 'i"7 "-''" ""i want 't to be held in London, Tne note does not specify a aieet- ln'? I)Iare ,,,r the preliminary con- 'erence. but it is inferred that Mr. Hughes wants it to be held either in America or in some neutrul coun- ;rv- Mr. Hughes says November 11 wa.i s"-teft?fl as the date for the openin? oi me main conference lor sentimen tal reasons, but any other date would dj us well. Note Dut From Tokio Washington, July 25. If expeota t:ou of oiTK-iai circles here are ruUzel the next day or two will see Japan'" attitude toward the scope of the disarmament conference definite !y slorlnsd and the way cleared for 'he more formal diplomatic ex- . .iP.:.-i that are to ui -tuu'.ly fcr'ng the (ont'erence into bfing. Although conclusions of the Jip apese Advisory Council have not UOXDA LAKE SlCtl"MB.S Ronda Lake, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lake, of the Washington neighborhood, died at four o'click. Monday afternoon, after an illness of aoout ten days duration, of typhoid fever and appendicitis. He was Just entering upon manhood, being about' twenty-two years of age. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Landreth, assisted by Revs. R. T. Harper and R. E. Fuqua yesterday morning ut 11 o'clock at Clear Run Church in the presence of a iarso naihtring of relatives an'' friend:. Interment was in t'.i? neighboring: cemptery. Mr. Lake is nurvive.I by hi? wife, who was Miss Ethel Park, a daughter of Mr. Joe 1'urk. aul onti i-l'd besliles his parents, thi-eo Irtithers and three tisters. The Herald extends iu most Bin- t ic- oyu.pathy to the bercavid fumi- KOSTEK .M(H.r,K Mn. L. R. Foster, cf ol is, 1 r iinoinices tl:e nji'.rr! -'ushu-r, Alice Myrtle, to Clifford B- Vo,,re' "on of Mr- and Mm. K. P. Moore, of Akron. Ohio. The w d- took place Saturday evening 1i ut 8 ', l1H''"i. at t!i honie of tiu? ' ride's mother, th'i P.ev. Fr-mk '" !'v,!l of the St. Tan! M. E. ( ::urch oRiclutinc. Mr. aril Mrn. Moore will make their home with tht r'rlte mother, at 2702 Cliftoa St.. Indianapolis. Both the bride and groom former- ly lived ln Hartford and have a hoat ' relutives and friends here and out the county, who w sli them they Jtntrnev tnroneh lif "Pf t'.ei. 1 tie Herald also itikH Iu '" wiKi,'e for the utmost i.appine.M and Prosperity for the youn couplet. Mr- and Walton Cuinmlngi B"d iM daughter. Alice Or.;a. of . V. i n eeL-eim with Mrs. CummlnKs' sister, Mrs. OUie Carden. und Funiily, near U irt- urd . . Hon. A. 8. Bennett, of Loufsvi'le. spent from Saturday until Tuesday with his father, Mr. W. G. Bennett. i .l . .. .t nu omer relatives nere. Hon. L. B. Tlchenor, Chairman of the Democratic County Executive Committee, paid us a pleasunt call yesterday.