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Lima News, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1924, Lima, Ohio Lima HOME EDITION ED YEAR JUNE 18, 1924 PRICE THREE CENTS 0. CHARGES CITY CONSPIRACY WAN A MAKER COMMITS SUICIDE WAY CO. 15 DAYS ANSWER immission Acts on Fraud Charge ALLEGED Bonds and Stocks Involved ic utilities to determine Street Railway per as T. Frysinger 613 m his demand in of bond issue ill be aired before on at a date to be it was officially at m mission on on e Congressman John street 15 in which swer to allegations who announced Clarence C. s action against the my is taken as a IIS INVOLVED eeks revocation City Street 0 issue ear six per cent id com- paid to IP in ion filed the commission on inger alleges that 1 obtaining author iond issue asserted to be trans- its New hall in re- trept railway belonged to and that the turned never thp property K 1 never to convey title to Lima interest IK securities i for that purpose who adequate provided Lima that Newhall in off ths holding on full ing up title of thp bond issue was as the bondholders who ties when sold in it are first intima lock was not is I and title passe AL PLAYS SANTA TO HIS Governor Al of New who figures as a prominent candidate at the coming Democratic is shown ing presents to and crippled children of New York's East Side at a staged by the WOMAN IN RACE FOR GOVERNOR Texas Wife Becomes date to Vindicate Husband for dication of Texas Mrs. hands of Texas Mrs. iam A. of former Governor James E. launched her candidacy for the Democratic nomination for With who was Im- peached by the state senate in 1917 at the beginning of his ond term as frustrated m an attempt to seek office his wife has entered the ical arena as the family standard The first of her sex to seek a gubernatorial Mrs. son opened her yesterday with an appeal to zens to support her so that the family name may be and T. REID ALEXANDER WILL SPEAK AT CONVENTION OF LOCAL EPWORTH DISTRICT Epworth leagues of five Lima Methodist Episcopal churches will delegates to the fourth annual convention of the to be held and Friday at Sidney it has been The churches are Epworth and i T. Reid of the Trinity be one of the speakers at the Friday afternoon He will talk on Who the Lima City Co have unti n answer to the as presented by ELECT IS MAN at Con- n Toledo Associated of state Order of le following the here pr. was Ohio Judge Martin John A. Charles L. M. L. II be installed at an amendment modifying the of light wine as discussed by was proposed the Cincinnati Judge Samuel trade and followed will com- i. as a rebuke to the senate that voted her husband's In a statement she said that she was adopting the platform announced by her husband before the courts ruled that he could not be a candidate and with a promise to carry it asserted will help me to give the ple of Texas the tion that our tempered with love and can duce FINGERPRINTS TAKEN IN HUNT FOR GUN THIEF ob- em- DETROIT Police have fingerprints of all in the about the grounds of the residence of B. president of the Ford tor Co. in connection with the bery of worth of ry Saturday The robbery was made public late yesterday by Clear fingerprints were left by the according 10 The in a silver In- cluded a pearl necklace of 205 pearls with a platinum clasp set with a one carat dia- mond valued at a necklace of graded pearls with a platinum clasp set with a one carat valued at Mis Ford's wedding a platinum band of scroll de- a guard ring encircled with roe eighth carat diamonds and a gold octagonal GROSSING MOVE IS ASKED C. T. I. Expansion Program Near Lima Believed Ready An application filed day with the county ers by D. T I rail load in which permission to move a grade dossing in is ig regarded as the Initial step in of yards and terminals of Commissioners are to meet with D T. I. engineers Wednesday night to discuss the plans for ing the crossing from Us present location to a point some distance east. v The railroad also is said to de- sire permission to tear down a high bank at the present crossing to be used for a fill at the new crossing A representative of the tional Quarries Co. which owns a tract south of the is to be present at the meeting Title to a triangular trac north of and between th D. T I and B. O. lines wa by a representative of the former railroad several weeks ago LEAPS FROM 4TH STORY OF HOSPITAL Mind Believed Unbalanced by Nervous Breakdown ILL FOR TWO MONTHS Gained National Reputation as Authority on Jurisprudence COLUMBUS United R. M. Wanamaker of the Ohio supreme com- mitted suicide today by leaping from the fourth story of Mount Carmel where he bad been following a ous While bis ourse was out of the Wanamaker went into the turned the key in the started the water running in the bath tub and then raised the window and leaped The judge was dead when picked up os the ground below the Dr. R. L. his attending said the mind was probably unbalanced by bis nervous He was 68 years The judge suffered a nervous breakdown two months cording to Dr. and was confined to his On June 13, he was removed known n em of the most democratic and friendly members of the Newspapermen knew him as a judge to whom they could talk freely and who would give them in confidence any tion which might be of value to them in their NATIONAL REPUTATION He gained a national tion recently as an authority on English when he wrote a series of articles on this subject for the Saturday Evening Judge Wanamaker was a tive of He was serving bis second term on the of the supreme court and announced NORTH CAROLINA FAILS TO GET FREIGHT AGENT DECLARES CURB IS PUT ON LOUD SPEAKER NEW ed A radio loud operating until a late hour in the was day declared a public nuisance by Magistrate Augustine owner ot a Jamaica radio was con- of disorderly Magistrate Gresser ed sentence OB promise to put up the loud speaker at 9 p. in conformity to a city ordU nance requiring peddlers to cease shouting wares at that As long as there are beauties there will be contests to select It Miss of N. chosen in a North Carolina READY TO TAB ON CAMPAIGN EXPENSES The senate committee authorized to gate campaign contributions and expenditures this year plans to headquarters in Chicago and to keep a continuous check on these during the active period o the campaign when it will mee at the request of any of its five members After selecting Senator Rorah as chairman the at an organization decided to call on party campaign managers for reports every ten days on and sources of in- that he would the names of election as an was further decided that the to the bench as a Re- i committee would seek voluntary In 1920, Wanamaker wae a candidate for United States ator on the Republican but In addition to his magazine ar- be wrote a book on the life of Abraham The political career be- gan when he was elected cutor of the office in which is now In this Judge Wanamaker prosecuted the mous Akron riot cases in 1900, information on plans for raising funds and the names of those ex- to altho man Borah explained there was no authority to compel such re- POISON TAKEN BY WOMAN the of f5 Despondent Over Death of Death Expected Hourly WOMAN SHOT BY INTRUDER Son-in-Law Charged With At- tack at Cleveland Associated Mrs. Opal 47, was shot and seriously wounded early today by a man who gained entrance to her home by climbing thru a Mrs. Smith's Philip Maniacs 28, was arrested charged with the 18 year old wife of KIDNAPED GIRL RESCUED Returned to Her Detroit Home by Detective HELD PRISONER FOR WEEK Threatened With Death in Notes Demanding Ransom United napM a ago ft back home Making good his Inspector McPherson the girl from kidnapers late last night after pursuing their automobile and forcing them to surrender the Gina was thrown out of the machine and as a police car On his record as county cutor he was elected common pleas judge for the district The railroad is known to have acquired options on a new righ of way east of the present tracks Plans for moving the commissioners are preliminary to the gigantic scheme for development of yards and terminals in that Changing of the location of the crossing will eliminate a curve In the tracks and provide space for double tracking the LIMA IS WINNER DIES Dr. Joseph physician of it bU In FLIGHT IS DELAYED BY UNFAVORABLE WEATHER L I. Lieutenant lussel L. announced oday that he had decided not to tart his flight from Field to San Francisco tomorrow ing He said he might hop off The postponement was the re- suit of a report of unfavorable weather condition in especially in the am absolutely confident of plane is new this Maughan said I am the only man has flown It and I haW not taken it up I tct away 1 will lita it Lima station of the Toledo di- vision of the B and O. annexed first honors safety campaign during May to reduce the number of accidents on the road Toledo division ranked third on the Tabulation of the campaign shows that with working put in on the western line only four accidents were 231.00-hours per substantiating Jibe ments of officials that ly all accidents are In celebration of the reaped by Lima and Toledo the company 1st arranging for a big reception and dance the later part of the month at Dayton for all The silver nip won by will be on and after the reception it will be cent to all for i which then included dina and FOR SWIFT As a common pleas judge he created a reputation because of his insistence on swift justice and the elimination of In 1912, he as a sive for the supreme court and was re-elected in 1918. As a for United States senator in 1920, he was defeated by Frank B. A high light of Wanamaker's was his championship of home rule for Ohio The six other members of the supreme court met this morning and adjourned immediately until next out of respect to Judge No judge in the last 50 years has fought so strenuously against legal red tape as had It was who held that may be to promote justice but never to prevent A famous quotation of maker's is high time we were going Sack to the constitution instead of going back on the One his most noted labor de- was one in which he held that no man has a right to coerce another man to do that has no such right to coerce labor and that labor has no such right to The judge was born Aug. 2, 1866 on a farm in attended Ohio Northern uni- versity at and after graduation he taught school for time at Wanamaker is survived by his a assistant and a Mrs. E. H. The on the beach raused by on Page Mrs. George lies I In St. Rita a hospital at the point of victim of bichloride of mercury tablets taken day night with suicidal hospital attaches Ill health and despondency over the death of her only child one year ago are given as the causes for the woman's attempt to end her life at the home of her Mrs. Edmund 910 The woman is alleged to admitted to a physician that she took several chloride of mercury tablets shortly before she was found by her Mrs who alone in the house with Mrs. Romshe never fully ered from the shock of her child's death and for several months she been brooding over the and her ill Several ago she suffered a nervous The woman's husband has been working in Springfield and for weeks sbe had been living with her until her visit to Lima see her mother and her Mrs. Edmund day the woman's condition took a gradual turn for the worse and hospital authorities report her condition Id crave with death ex- who has been living with her mother since her estrangement from hei husband three months ran to Mrs. Smith's side at the report of the call a doctor and the daughter Mrs. terror might stiH be here and he would shoot you f you went out to For several until the two alone with Marcella's infant son three other young remained in the At daylight Smith wrote a note to ft neighbor on the floor below calling for a doctor and The attached to H stopped to pick her the three men in the machine eped away and The girl was McPherson promised he would recover the child that night or a search goes on for the three Two suspects are held who In of the ian is hoping to all three behind the Crossing Menace Traced to Grudge of Railway CONTINUED WARFARE SEEN Conditions in Streets Held Worst in State Municipal campaign for of grade crossing in which are held by Harold the worst la the received decided setback Thursday with charges by L. B. freight agent and paymaster of the and O. of a conspiracy of city officials to deprive the B. and O. of city Refusal of the to meet the city's safety demands until some accordance In freight ments is the B. and O. by the city was intimated by Col- bert in conference at city hall with City Manager C. A. Bingham and Commissioner Colbert told officials Contractors working on city contracts told him that pressure had been brought to bear on them to receive their on other utilities other than the B. and O. city took away from the B. and 6. the shipments ot coal and paving materials to satisfy a personal of ibe railroad feel there if a conspiracy of Lima officials and to dis- criminate the B. and O. city's business his been taken away from js to satisfy a personal Colbert told and Cunningham in dia- the company's repeated refusal to repair in Lima despite tile flood of protests aired by Manager Bingham and city over the de- plorable condition of the especially at and where approaches aro full of and on the tracks the level boards have been worn several the of the ups in my company believe our road has been Blighted by the city in freight Colbert only way to reach an under- standing in for tho city to show a different attitude The last letter received from I IS WAGED the by the Continual W ward A candy store owner was a threat to kill the child and siep he dropped from a at a spot named by McPhenson and his were making a last ate effort to save He up a took three police flyers 12 west of the city on and walled IH IT A touring car speeding toward Detroit was sighted and clothes suspended a rope marie of a torn bed lire flyer up in pursuit the officers began firing ened the neighbor the RACE AGAINST Pennsylvania Man Swallowed up m Quicksand Pa Presst While his wife and children looked on rescuers tried in yesterday to save Anthony as he sank slowly in quicksand in the rear of hH home in three miles from here For two hours with kept pace with him as his body was drawn Into the Band The best they could do was to CINCINNATI Carl W. States commissioner at arily by States Judge to serve until bin successor can be obtained Com- term expired Attorney John W. has mentioned for the appointment but declined to accept it on account of ness keep his bead As fast ax the was taken out he would sink lower Finally the quicksand smothering him Rescuers sank M wooden barricade around body and it wan rlans stood by with pulmotors but could do nothing IS SCHEDULED FOR THURSDAY Trial of W. G pool room proprietor at ISO E an a charge nf operating a game of chance by selling ball in scheduled for ing Justice of M. fleeing machine and Gina was loused out The happiness of the hounded for a week by ing letters and tele- phone was without bounds A huge crowd of their Italian neighbors he bark to the little randy store with the child The hiding place the the girl was a farm went of according to police she had been with death several bat came back home uninjured Many of calls that came to the stricken family were police as more than one person attempted to extort money from Corgi by playing on hit love for his G. 0. P. DIRECTOR IS APPOINTED CHICAGO Appointment of Everett of Ind as the bureau of the campaign was announced today by William M chairman of the Republican national com- Sanders has consented to Ho service in lie was a member ot the 65th. congress and was re-elected to tho practiced law in for a number of LOVE WOOSTER Rev W. of elected ator of the Ohio Presbyterian the city against grade of other utilities beside the B ft O. has never materialized be- yond a continual exchange of correspondence and a here between I. A. eral superintendent of the B. and O and City Manager at which lames ised Bingham that all In the city would be claiming that at leant two weeks time would be required before material could be shipped to start the which has arver been started Lima grade aro death Deep found between the many approaches are filled with ruts and lark of level boards between mils endangers motorists in over thf which are exceptionally dangerous at principal streets in the ne year city officials after of railroad pronounced the B. and O. SB as the worst in the rity Safety ated Immediately afterwards had the support of commissioners and promises received from officials toward danger elimination failed to HOME IS BOMBED Explosive Planted Under tucky Minister's Residence bomb was ex- early today in the cellar of tho home of Rev William F. pastor of Grace dist Episcopal who for several months has been active jn a in Newport and nearby Kentucky The damage was v reported ho had anonymous calln threatening him n ith harm unions he discontinued his campaign and yesterday an unsigned not which better quit making jury investigations or will
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