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   Evening Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 18, 1920, Marshall, Michigan                                CHRONICLE OF PRISON OOVKIiNOK SEms CllttlHTVAS VHESESTS TO IV PRISONS DECLINKS TO GIVK FKKKDOM TO 1RVISG LAT1MEK WHO HIS MOTHEX IJoo 18 Tliat the oi overtrowdlnx in Mich igan prisons will be temporarily soiveti bpfore Clsrisuuas is indicat ed by iwroie orders uetns signot by Cov Steeitr today ThesD iir dtrs iroviile for of IS In niutos of the siuie at Jao stm and ivfonnatoiy at Ionia iackson are sktering in cnrridois fur latk of fcl will iosfi Sinusiea a n result ot iie grist of hri5fnias iirtJes hut traditionally Jtie retirement of govcrnin Tin men lo bo have before the Iwwrd in tiu iiiattOr of an1 have been recommended for retvase In addition to thcso there arc 1C inmates of tho renal ruJeiisfed on ihe governors own authority cw Sleeper lias comiauted their sentences so as ssakt it that thty may 10 piirolet Attitungh it is ciisioiiKiry to paroled mini to veinia within Uic slase noino of thftse re UtiKcti siof5i favor if ttit ox orutive win dc perrnJttid to leave NEKBERRY FORD CASE COMPLETED SKXATE KtMSHKS 1XVESTHJA iEXT STKP COV OF THE BALLOTS PLAN OF NATIONS IN THE MOVIES WJST WILL START SAME TIME IX JAN By InUfil Jrcsss bins Uw Testimony on aiiegtsl ilitsal destruction of Ballots in the JiMS senatorial rou tpst between Henry Ford and 1 tnaoi II Newbeny in Michigan vvaa onilete tuiUiy by the sonata iu i tuumiiuee headed by jyitu hiutiKir ol The j lijst Uy i he senate in the Kuril I Nvtfi i y iojmovtTEy xviil lie uia tlui tattlois by the omsuitKv This will IK beKitn jlai 4th the day after ariauuiiils 1 t cifd in ihu court in ui ciMvktioii MH atinoiliic nl Xevviuun toun krk of lahiu Xiili i o id ihe ootmutue Two inmates of Jackson on therequest or Hooth of llif VoluntccTs of AtiUM Ua go to HoiM Hall rhliaao Tiiry nre Httrvoy 46 years od convicted ot muuler ir Mont calta county in 1S09 and aonttmce1 to Jackson for life and Unntal J Troniley Gr old convicted of ninrtlw In Oay county In uail sontcnced to Jackson for liCe Booth had also renmstel the rckase of Irving J UUimrr v ho vas convicivti in Jsckaon coiiTity circuit court i ago ffr the murder of his friher ircther and who later Killed a Ktanl at Uc prison while nttemiit jiw scrape flov Sleeper rtfmeii to frant this requoci saving that lie would novelrcleaso any man guilty nf P ch Crimea na Tiu has been in lackaon S long time of potirsu Uugovernor iaiiV I am not CfliK Ic iix ooo to ftrn him loose howercr iil now trimps SlUe lit muft tiunisheO Vith thf pxccition of fw old men 3a Booth has aafcpi ne to pcrtnlt to come to Hono hall am 3iicil Hint S bollevo will be to a aev In it roTuos Tatinior 1 flii not toinj Uint strong no Ivculck said thut one of two men who rnnie to his ami inirchasrd tlie ballots rs i paper upecil ns en ofllcjr nf ilic U S government ft sitld th nicr worn jitiiphntsiiig tin i I Or Ford Vesprj andieught Service Hnptint fhoir will rentier a iandipHglit service Sunday at The program Detroit Banker Shot By Bandit TO Til HOW TP HIS BIT MAX FLED AF TEH SHOOTIXJ my fnHl TDeiroit Mifh Der nKatiNC hft to throw m his htindH when tiy an armed Ivardit und juiupctt to his Ject in a fight to proteti his Al fred A Jackson private banker and loan ngpnt was shot in liN private office 501 1uildnj Oriswold Stale Htrectx dhortiy before oclock Friday nonn The bandit appurontly lont bis nerve aftor ahootinR JaoVxson anil ran down the stairs from thefifth floor ot She building out on Gris woW street and disappeared in the crowd without taking nnythint Jaoiison who is 71 years old hnd n cash in hi a potkct and hlB safe contained considerable money and diamonds He wns Kitting tn office alone when the handit entered and ordered him to throw up his hands luck aon BayBhe sturtud to get tip on his fee when lhe robber fired one shot from his revolver The wcunded man was removed to Harper hoaidttl after hih had been temporarily dresHCd and the surgeons there say he will probably recover unless complica tions Bet in Ansistant Prosecutor Hobert Speed with detectives from the homicide KQurirf visited Jack son at the hospital Jackson ttied early today He was shot through both cheeks and loss of blood and his age was sad to have canned hia death Store Burglarized At Concord sty Concord 3cc tratt Snows elothinsj boot and otorft vaa Urokon into Thursday night ijirse of wna taken consisting of el shrfen rsiiK tlos etc ftwotintintf lo fully IOO There no rlue Tiiis WHH rnJilnit only few nso cnjrnnce at hirtov Tc is hravv fhlit timer owiisur Jo hav ing tine i Selsetlons hy Sunday or ciu8rai Voluntary LouLi GrcRnrv I Community singing thrixtmus Hymns Scripture reading Contrnlto solo Virginia Lulfa In Dudley Mrs J Burt Hvnni Holy Night Gruber Prayer Community Christmas Hymns Anthem There Were Shep herds OfferJury violin Ifluls Gregory Antlieui Of The FailnrV Love Otilf Coivmuuily tlhrissnaa I Ioatlurti Serious Economic Situation In Europe IT 18 3KAWALLY SMOTHEIJ IMJ THK HATRKOS HT OK THE WORLD WAK BY CAUL 1 CJROAT Vnlied IresM Slaj torreMp t 3ruesets Dec ser ious economic situation in Europe is gradually smothering ihe hat reds growing out of the world war in lhe opinion of raany mem t berg of the interallied financial conference Dr R Glannln Italian repre rentutive summed up the attitude of a majority of the allied dele an evidenced principally In and British annrters This appears to be the mont HIO ssfnl sjottoftether conference nee the war ho said There are no threats and no unpieaBant neBs We have Klmjtly told the Cor it their opportunity to show Just what the simatton B an discuss It frantrfy he nald Germanys Kituatiou ia likewise the tilllcR Hitnution ulnce we arc i burdened with VIURC war debts j nniil Olannlni Niiiiirally we are j Interested in knowlnR wliat cnn lie don toward hctlpinK ISA with out vtir Jeltta thciu I Ucr the VJSO spring vrintario liuMots vio found tu have bien jtiiCv vtiv and jo Kily hail of the lal i los were Uaiii to IKiijissiiijt Newliuiw WK iVSjKn3ibe foi IttCiiiitJ the said he i liuvcdte tKiliols hud Isws i uil to uiuUe n Km in tuciy j i T Artis 5ii ei vieor of that il was hiwho box coitainlHK FordNfviuriy He KUld he l Ijiccxl ilKbalios on a shelf Arils dwlnrwl hu did nut know the ballois should In ts hov which he visntcd to use for the 1320 spring primaries Hurry Lonlrlc a mcrjibw of ilus pajieir fiiiu bought a nuanM ty of n oil ballots ftoni the itiv MATTKIl IAKIVO SHAPE IN MIXft Of PREStllKXTELErT i IUHMXG HAS NO SET PLAN KVV A UKX EKAL OF WHAT UK WASTS BY RAYMOND nAUlKU IwJIed Press Staff Iarrpspondpnt Marion Ohio Dfc plan for an association of nations is gradually taking shape in the mind of PresidentKlert Harding ns he confers with the host mlmis of the country1 It was learned to day I havent any detailrd plan in my mind that you ionld off with u rule hut I have some general idvas ahout It he said For the present iiowever these are helnff carefully guarded from public guae H cnn Ua stated anthorifltively President Klecf Harding began his Marion confer ence with no no tions us to be plan which he hopes will evolve ultimately out of the numerous conversations SltJl different views from those advanced by such as Bryan and Senator Fall will lie sought hy Senator Harding today from Senator Jumos Kecd one of the Tew dfeiiuKntitt irreroiuiiables and front Nicholas Murrav IJutiw president tif CVhmihia VniveMlty and a strong udvorate of interna tional peuue Senator New la diuna republican is also evpectvxt LOCI IMS FROM THE TOSUBTiME OHIO TOWN MIST BilTK LAWS OX FK01 OHKEKYF SLNUAV OX PHOlRUTOIJ OK MOVIK SHOW 1IA TO CLOSE SO UK CLOSED KVKitYTJHMi to the UbUme the situation in Uy f Ohio 1to ridiculous That dcsct little city today Payne which only a few short years age was known as the of riio great dry northeastern state end of Indiana taken firmly into tle Puritanical Sabbath 1efiinning Sunday moters of the Lords STATE MAY PURCHASE CAMP OUSTER WAR IIKPAHTMEVT AUKKKS Til CIVK MICJIIUAN TOBlY fHK tAMP VISIT OK AM W TO WASiilXftTOX THK WOKK Cua Js not to MkhJtan as a I military post if tho state wauls to Tako over the buiidinga and exjulp I incnt an opportunity will be glvon for it tc ilu so This is the outcome of a second bus been tSse tho Day pro Alii of milk wlSl he ice cluhn not a bottl newspisjitr ur a IIKUI pisrihasablo It all started when diaries Whit ford owner of a movie show was Instructed to tlose liri ik turo house on SunUuya In retaliation Whitford starud a movement to everything tiji tight trl U is smid that his has so far advanced that with the aid of Kyinpithizors tiic town will jMir on i most holy jipjioarawn tomorrow When Indiana went lry Payne handy to Ftrt the bar one the the and Tho nny st flit Mala Kiectrle wll ASr and Mrs Rijns Iltoker nro in receipt of a hox of oranpos from Mr and Mrs IJirt Ruff of Orlando Florida WA AND KILLED Robert T Probvterian VoKenzle d of of this cUy dv o tlif riv flioni nn1 a riaptist Sun day school fnr local Andrew DtT 20h In JOTintl f f Ufl8QUlciI rarh of lltjuor to Kdvard vi c0 nuy d If i nU hirty slays nrii Dnltle rnuntv for OBrlfn WORM WAH HE HO SHOT ill 5S SELF IS LOS LAMJELJgS TODAY KKCATSK HS WilK A llWVIt ACTKKSS LEFT HIM ho will ro Ir Mi court Mn ho IV Powit viV UK euardinn of Poxvell rnl nor An adrnitiislrafor was ap pointed In the entnte of Margaret at SfifiOfl with three heirn Tho ale of real rtlerl in tho ostae of M Wordnn flrrr1ert T filed or H tn ovnn n ucr deceased in Hnrrlet Kllen rtar 1 I HrM line rnroiv f the if lits hrothrr 4 at votr nrc 11 The iKiMirrci in jiiat fitv was cmitived hv Vorthfrn Pnrinc Haitroul Co If survive hy n wife and A wock nrvioir Miss or Mr fnid vnrd and two srili MJ t a ifnoo township of Mr voal circuit In n at f was lenkev Hnth dunts of Fredonln I For the first Jimp In lhe of the ralhnun rounv rnnrt was the leKiuiiMite In inoj Judtrc North on IVdav Rentrnre MI a rourtfnvoaroUl hrv John Warner of Urttle he fifteen tn June 1921 Section of tho reminded laws of isif allows n cirrult judge to Benlenct whcft lie commits a Monv Wapnor tok nn iiiUomehiin cniirtent of tho owner nnd of fhe comollod 1VS mtfltea tills offcnsr a fj Wagnrr if appears Jo Jtirlpc Xorths vio lated irohtUon order histaving nf prihoril and rommlttinR r rfnv to vnv senonted to ho slate Jndtistrlrtl nchool ut snv slml Los AngeliH Cil Dec Im Oflrkn ono of the outstand liiK of Iho world wjir wai disil today by his own lintid T cowaid us he branded hiniixU bcforo hesent a tittHet rruihlir through hi8 brain in mom ol Alexandria hotel hero OBrien who VUH M years o d a voteran of five wars and gained diutinttlon in the woiM war as a uieinter of thu lioyil fiyiiiir Vc killed ittMjl aitoim tinstitceuHrul attcmt t to tlui motion ilcturo world as Viiginlu O iiiiii4 lrido of a year f i cnthur roim of the tiitcl head tho thot tliut on his ilfc L cut OBrien iamc her yesterday from Oakland Ho rud hlu wife had liem nn had planned a reconciliation llo was ro Sm Fraisclsco lafci to from thi liiiiish the hands of this liritisli cunsul I Tho note hy ODrlon h litondcd his liii atioii nl i iiKlit Uisi nlsht with a 45 cjiib e anny jiuloinntlc pfsto foliw IK PIRSL of hi r filsleriu njind Is Jackson RilORt j IK ht Ritest of liis Kity j Prcrtenlmsg j Arthur Scritinpiof Rochester I Y in a ptiesf at A K Sirihners ilU will itcrumiKiny Hcrih j nor nmt Mr and C H Smith to Florida love As immy as a i tenders were employed at drink emporium to cure for thirsty caravans that lirovo 3d miieK from Fort Wayne fUirroundinK territory for heve rages 1 Now all IH clianRod and Payne will he held uj as the model city fur lhe pattern ofother cities as piring to become Puritanical r bjKdwin c ShiclrtH of ian and Potter ot whu camp in tiio iji tcrcsl of the cantinuazuv Following a hrkf uilk yesterday afternoon with thv the met him for a longer con iVrtimthis morning mtd they him with iher rnis sion tu WaslUiifsum has teen suc cessful f If the slate wants tt have the wile advertised for 22 hel uji uiHll the hriistalure can tiie matter the war tie hriK every disposition to no aloiiRwith Michigan they assured TliB bids Riihmlttcd for snlragd will IH oa the date hue art ion In repaid U them nn iniMalicd ami every con sWiraticn will bo given to thss si sites dcsiiv ts buy uny jjart of theproiierty VOillo forma altitement IIQS bnfis tnsucd ijy ha departmeni the con versation between the secretary Mid hf is rtgarded by Mcssrs ShiPlds and Poller as KUfTfc ioit asswranro that no olistacle will lie plard In the way of slate of Stapleton hero from Grand i alr3IJ J Hticn iWekU arrived from Indianapolis Marie Bent ley arrived home last evening M A C at UinBmR FriJ ir the holiday vueation Hatch sient ihe day Lower IK 1som li spend Sunday ut i unf atson i sirgi viki tho Stunis jjiifinsal arc to he tuld in of Jlckfou j daily atorks vvhrrc former IITO tsy tli j people have gone whut Richard jura doing today to JacItHcm lo i u cily council Is com LIE IS ELECTED PRESIDENT D U R Will Cut Wages January 1 IS Tlso company Detrtslt S AGAIN TIIK IMTKU EMS OF HEAD WORK A5IKIUCA Xrs Aiarie Ii ho was ceiled of her brother IutuiTKd luuue LVJMI fary went day to RjHjiul Sutiday j day In Athlon m JC liurwcll I terry arrived home from Khmtmtui T nf VT i3t evening for the j L uollday vueation l JMirlnKiloId oio Mias Helen Lamb wilt arrive i ihtiiK with a kkk In It that ia from Ann Arbor Tuesday for now than In the days the holiday vaeatlon joro prohibition That is Glenn L Hreukey of Detroit Mulis urnitiirl Sif is u guest at L I Breakoys vjura rfoitti frum to a Mr and Mrs Wesley Daniels lelt today on a visit In Camden Mrs Mcsrse Salmon IH vtniUng In Indiannjolls invcil 3 n for Isabella hov of re fvv of KIP tnuihJla Jf dmvn fr 10 ohftv or Buffer neison Is a with or he put to dwMli Auyhodv ro n Die womls ami n stiaM suffer of or TJJIV rtanw a luiil no lid Mil Jflrirfi tiis in Tlilft worrilnx vhiiti a him find look o tlrmn Hsdces tV Ouly a reward would d what I am doing but 1 1 oe Will all my war nord I am just like he rest of the spe I this world little bit of clay Ant to you rry sweet lUte wtic s g tlifnklng of you And my deir Kwetrt mother my slsicrs ad brothers Mov the just thai my in ilays thiit f sorm in makny mv csrnre from CJermany onca nuire answer ilum To the five armies I hnvp lnci in thR birds jhe nniinals f so to my friends to sil lw vorMof sulventure f siy soolbii 1leasc sontl whiit ytui hack to my iroiher In MITIUIKV The note ono of five written ly OTrlP3i before h cliot hitnsoir aiK the only OIIP bis widow would SMirrejuler tf a also bani ei another woman up tis Vomr Tills vonian ha1 Ixou UvJua with Mrs ORrJrh fiiul with KT in tiie loom las Tiliht OtSrln rf Uivil Hun In uliki he foti nf Kjflrknblo csut fr m A prison I Iflllsdule She will vislt in y11 i bion before returning home Chnrlcct Potter loft for Detroit on hunincsR Mr and Mrs Edmojid Parry over Sunday The Missof Ardii Noonan are home froi for two week KOKS Chesher left this for Mler lo he the RtieBt of sister MTM D O Adams Mr find Mrs FyltSajo of nut tie Creek will be tomor row ol Mr iml Mrs U IL Potter Kdxvln Prtknhutii of Kalantazciu Ury nf a vvtei ked ituomoblln here sowt0 the owner lost projitrty vivid at In tho rear ot IM was Old found 221 fjtir s Tiivlor which W4SO The Swart wont idine CSute Kulamasoo Nurmul ln3 lirmin vUi O H two thi for it only nkUel hu marked and tcoi bis Dofnnt They separati you wait Thv iini foins lit IP ialif Onnt rrowd U ludiii just minutes slxtcon hiKe propJo out ii elKht itliaiify nijirricd cuupltK THR KLKCT1ON A CONTEST WE T1JK KKArTlONAHY AM COSSKKVATIVES IndUmapolls Ind Dec L Lewis ha been reelected Inter national President of tin AtiiiH Workers of America Ellis Searles Editor of the United Mine Worlicrs Journal announced to I day SoarloH based his asaorlion incomplete returns from the j unions election whlth was held December 14th j Unofficial returns hare been re cclvd trnm every distrkt in the country SeartaH said hut none ol l the districts are complete t Mr Lewis IIOM administered n crushing defeat of Robert H Har jhin of caddidato of tltc opposition Searlcs said It VIIH said at national htad quarters of the miners union bire the majority for Lewis would rend a landilide Pliil lip Murray vice president was re ly n iweeimiK tnnjorltv Atcnder Hnwuti prrsldeai of KrinsitH distrkl of the union Soarlcs Hiiid I The eUntion fienfrally ro Kaidei n a tontcst tetwcen the reiidioiKjry and tlio element within the IVWH and Muruy r patters and Ilowait the radlials Uclroit IXe Vuitid Hailway announced that a reduction in wages of motonnen and conductors jiossiUly amounting to twenty rout would be made January I The rarmens union hascalled a meeting for Saturday night rut In wages according to L Bvirditk assistant BoncTJl manager of the company necessitated by tia fact iliat iho llo railway scale of and wages The fomraiiy o nottlied the Ktriit railway oMnmlsslon Friday urid Indicates that unless lhe city leased liie linos is proiomd sev eral weeks rigo ihe company would nhoily a itvision of rates scoiited tise as sert ion that the company op erating at a loss City auditors tho moyor said had found that ui to October 1 thero had been no Figures later than that date the niriyor said liad not been sup plied to the auditors consorvative orguniaaiion the HurSun By Hal f ill or Sentenced to Attend Sunday i to ti T ft fay ro Mwlr h f jf14lc1 iiri ivitfj i nj ti frid IwpiSsontvtwnt of juvotiilc Kullry r n rnrtjB yrttiii lylurn fur Wedding To Unite Two Great Fortunes IOLITA AKMOfK JOHN f MITPHKL 4JL OF nil CUO ANNWNTK TliKIU Cli Ills Der of he Ktvattst fortinun of niid tlewcit will witli the of Miss lollta Armour soltheir of J and John J Jr IdoMi son of JoliM I fnk prMHioiU find 111 i irrore ut coiu Tinannouncement if the KHKOimnt rf Miss Armour Mitolull was unilr tixliy Arninur it Is esMcita n fortune if sole luIr of IM Armour valued sd father is luul of sevewil aid has ii furtiiie f MUJ liuiiil The Presfcyterian Christmas Program A Bpegift Chrlsitraa munleal irosjram wilt be given at the Pres byterian church Sunday at p in The projjuim aa Processional Hymn rtudltif Prayer SOUR ichiolO little town Bethlehem Htriuitlon Hn7el Thro Junior Pcr rett Hubert Van Voorhees Har old Kish Our Gift Miss Harriet Grants TownscnL Dent en and j Mae C liiiillf Shiriiiiid Two Sddstl Norma ISiirnaril I SV Cll01 Priiiiary We have iovtid thtlittle Kddy Oweo Townseno Marie Mains Mtrl nith Storr Shaffers Class Piuro Lueddiri Kxerclsc Chrlstmaa Mrs Bills Class the Knicker hocrker 3 Ctaan nice Christmas Lee sher d has C E the Atate Reading banks y ii Machsne Guna Xo Defend Court Houae Three Natione To Withdraw From Greece ITALV IN tf hav tKfty by all at VfOliiJ r   

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