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   Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - October 27, 1925, Canandaigua, New York                                BOOST CANAKDAIGUA Gen ef the fSager os- K-m, coieer >r.urh col-ler EstablisiiedialTST. GCTGBES 27. 1925 Single Copy, 3 Cent The OMest Newspaper West of the Bite QUITS AND Governor Pulls Stuff, Says Hewitt "Everyone Inows Annoimced Plan to Betire From Polies Is a Says RepM- eaHleafe The N. Y.f Oct. 27 .'of gsade erfcSr-injr, Hewitt i ernor Sfimlj today -was charged by, "EverythiuK 1 haveyaiil has been Senator Chsrle.i J. Hewitt, llepub- batkea by the cost-illusion ami the Itein, wiili "pulling tlie j-'ub stuff [attorney-general of Ihi? state. If. iii effort to. bts'ye two bo-ui is-- -there been any lai.srepresema- 'saw, sjmrov- ilon of facty in this the ed by the voterk' governor 'on-jlit to look to hoist. Us? v.-iil Jtenaiar Hewitt csme to .the .eajsi- defeated. jruvcrh'er is wuUisitc I tai to a of the the sab in ah effort to jreti'ianvo gnu'e .crossings committee, votes." Hev.-sit. "He is gw- of which he i.  the iranfit am! pub- j he inituiis io retire from I lie service xvere to be j polities but everyone knows that j questioned rejsanlinj: cross- j it a joke." j injt 1 Hev.-jt? charged the governor Hewitt said he was certain up-; with coiuhictiftg- a campaign of 'state Uepwiilicaa? vote "abuse" the IJepubiicUT! [most- 'against the grade ero.-5S- inejnbers of the legislature. also against "The govevntir has resorted to; the bond proposal for-; lils time tactics of ahuie, but i j permanent public hnnrovemeiii. j tloiit' believa he is goiiijf to get j Governor Smith left shortly af- ajvay from it "forever in this tersiooii today for Nov.- York where the senator added. !he. vrili reiuain uut-ii after election.; j Replying to charges by the He v.iil .-rpeak every night, the re- governor tliat he has mlsrepreHeni- jmaunter of the xveek in behalf of! ed the facts about the Senator James 3. Walker the Dem- j OOP for oeratic caiutitlate for mayor. GOVERNOR'S RET1EWF DEPENDENT ON VOTE 31 Ai-e Defeated, Leaders of Butli Parlies S'lySuuili Will Star hi Emg FLASS DISPLACED '-roa NAVY BAY: iy Kaii-n.' Ciiy, i Over Embankment .M the (BULLETIN) J. W. 3IHMPH1S, Tsnu., Oct. 27 awwsjj those killed and 70. Usinjureii pu.-vcuifers hciniciiHv lire Frisco Fives- Sannyland was: ictiiem of car- 1 derailed and plunged down an' cm-: for the baiikmewt near Mfes., to- it'm-ic ii'ay. it was announced here at noon These by St. Loute ami Frisco raili-oatl of- .out iicials. The train ran between Bii-nslng- antl City. The fiver v.-a.s at 00 an hour v.-aen'the the eiitire H earn i -00 yhinjjC'l bea jt'ov.-n a -aO-foot c-rabankineiit. I Passengers were Juil'i. 23. r.f fu.--t or .reading-In Pullman 'card Gklu.; O-He ;when a. dcsa-'ater. Oxford, .ML-.--.; Mr. 1 Cains .crash the train catapult- 3Irst 0. 0. Carmtton, Ga. ed from the rails into a dee? Sork-iu-iy hijurc'i D. on each other'McDowell UW-LT ,hke building -Martin, {'.-.-.I'd A .mad ensued the panic I.. -tricktii .struggled M free tfceiHsejx-es from the wreck-- ;A tnauy of whom he wrecked ears. could v.'iiseh :tr-; brought I'.lcnipliis, other.-; to XValker Vslky yuH others to- whtr.'i ainbahmce.s ftnaily arrived. of the known were- rc-csiv.-.i by fo-l.nv.s: '.Ic-' John v." Ji were on display tuday in front of Main strt-H txi-fi- r.'.-.ss bouses in tb.ns.'.rvafirt1   meet at MANY REASONS TO GWETHAM heavily from French guns. The at faui- o'clock turs Frendi art- in tlse .city aftt-r a l.ombanimcjjt' ifcat has vust miiay Fives and much The estiinaJe.of fe chiefly from Arabic snare-. cs was published, by French Ian- Kr.aije papers and veiii as hijih as Forty-five hundred houses tenw.Kj n'-e.-itas roatfr Greeks v.-er-.? then id vvirlviravv as Kjpiiiiy.ai aiui makv sio Fren itary 1'ARIS, Oct.- certain in its finan- cial policy I'ainieve cabinet to- and wa? by President Deura- Faiiu.c- r.f M. CaiUaurc, Stance 'nsuiisu-r. to bring- fortSi a fiEaa--' eial policy that met vnlh tiie par'iutKjeat, jzrui're- foicei! the eiitu'c cb-inet'w The decisiwn to reached "t ii Ksciiiina- of the but the wc-rc- not haii-I'- i to ;he 2 this aiicniona haviiii- OKizi. that M. Briand .might'presicfe over league o" nations cotiscIL The is uncertain. 51 Ker- pi-emier and u tfit lyavtv bus refuici; to form s. it is The intprcf'fiuii prevail? that -31-' ssii ItaUa-- mil- PalnJeve raay be inducec! to reforii proeectJiiig it- without Cai'Iaiix, frontier la nig- Mrpi-esentatlon to the socialists Peace at nncj Abroad, i3i Betthi Kovemiji- in arc to have -coiiiluci inquiry on of the sr.d t.He sapportsvs of jfferriot. --v bech leveicd.hy the gtinfire of the Lc-ague of Nations etusaei-. the decided to resign' last America's Soldier'7: ALBANY, .Governor j Ai announ'ced desire to re-'r tire fent state politics, depends Isrgely'-oh what liappens felectiortj day t-> his bond proposals and ttfe Ricr.t to reorganize the sta'.oj ALL Jwas Ssth S. Shaw, of'Bangs, WASHINGTON, Oct. pew-j in tss.te-.ud' so also totiay TVC 'progress- m -inoial ;IKU Texss war vetc---ah soot car.nation Thursday-spint-aal things. are a France -from which "the body of the I Novenito- 2G as Thanksgiving Day..j fearing people who shoaki -ci our- 'Trknovnv' fx-! Fer.ee at home aad abroad, a'Helves 'asrJunKt evil strive in ffiS, wiS bountiful harvest and eluding in and decided to attend the the burial place. A'picture of Shaw, commerce are.'special reasons the ing the C'.ohien we siiouhi New .victim of the of- president f-rnui when fior.i our jjbuinlancc help an-j serve incite. Freitch. office ccnforatiny to tfie views of niy'eol- Krencii arttiicry. aeroplanes.. These dc-nnic.i safes Mr. Pairuere. tanks'and machirtc "unncrs: have out from the Greek ie- fitheiess. we siihjectfd the hsfauiiful old city.tu gniioa here totiay. ani'.etl with officiai a IS-hour bombardment ir. an cf-' Ni'-rhtfall wili the t-vscua-.Hy attempting .to prevent war fort to dislodge Drust: and tioii underway. The .possibility of by pacificalion in the Gre8co-3ujl- iheir sj'mp'athiscr.s.. 'rfarther outbreak -.ras fay' garian the ajrreern'eitt of the Bulgars not: Tht- general opinion IK tliat.theC WASHINGTON. Oct_ 27 to occupy tiie territory vacated by resignation wiil not aSect the President Coolidgc has definitely inn ureeKs until Greeks .have pro- pacts, but Its effect iipoh tfe; bevond the frontier and American'tiebt settlement is -tionabl'e. This is the opinion expressed; both Rfeublipan and leaders at the-.capito'i in the Iti. PAJtIS. Oct. fcnaive.. is shown above. touay; i announced to the League of Na- dsvE. council her willingness to; "i'f bond issue for! withdraw all of her troops Mfc imm-ovcnicnts and the Bulgaria-- _ J UV God Chamber of Co.-n- into their own territory. 19, and will mnki UHUeations today were thwt the' Inflation seems to be tcertaiij': zone of trouble ouiet. with under r.ew cabinet and it is jKdsi- smai! possibility of further out- probable that concessions'-will have TBOY, Ocl.27 Hope that John breaks to complicate the problem to he'made to the !arge-r group, in, -an address. SETHI! 'JC' Inflation seems I should be thankful for the i'tssr Uiosc less foitahately liiaeeii. I no w. drawing-to a close. should bow. in gratitude for i The president's proclamation fol-'for nn-.nyfavoT.--. thevcfore 1. Catvan Cool-' M? Francis, pubhsncr of tne J.roy of tiie Lsaguc council, nor.- m-scs- the chamber ctemandinx a capito'i i' "The'season apprbaclics when i.nh.isrc. 'ViresiiJent of' the 'unite.! times, and William Wood, employe KIon in Paris to determine the on- levy: M. flat 1 aud apart God for .whicl; H about rciiria? to private! whose potentiality friends view situation. arc willing that the movement shall i PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 27 'nciudiiis be carried out by a Greek and Kumors notwithstanding-, there are _ u-elt "-is'Democrats, officer, provided that the no prospects of an immediate set- wealth is almost Micakuabie; wcjUnBanec of :uvor. the icovernor of late.! CahtariaRS do not advance of the strike of at peace at home and "I feitmsw I nave hcre- S ti.oops llave cnti rely! anthracite coal miners the public health --is; good: we have: into .set my' ami caossd tne front, but it was believed that such ALBANY, Oct. 27 William activity, if accurately reported Rcss. alias "Willie the Wop. self- would ciul with the announced for confessed bandit, who told the au- tenticin of a peaceful retirement. and, through the "gcnnrosifv the -creat many and irrcat blessings he had beeiv offered Dispatches from Bulgaria told lif natsre.' He has hlessed.as received ami to seek Him Police Chief Fun- oi pmaWe conditions obtaining isafetv and honor-through another sire thanks to the Almighty' in' o-uidancc mav clcscr.-e a con- ston, of Scheneetadj-, was today among: the Buljrars who beer. sentenced in Albany cwunty court forced to flee from their to from -0 to 20 years in Clinton during the bonier trouble. priso. Kcfasee.s from Petritcji, arir Ross confessed he held up two from nearby towns which xverc New York city men near Albany der Greek nrtilicrv fire xvcre camp- last summer and after shmiting- one in the onen. Steady rains have in the kg. robbed him of rnaue their iilift'nt a miserable one- Bi'lu-ved io (.fricvhvy; Over Beailx :he i spokesman ___ Shot-Id the bond issues antf tl-e' Greek acceptance of the Warrijier made this statanent to i pmeKdracnt be both the Bulgarian General Charles Berry, chair- IW V oved by the roteys. It would: Grack rtpresentatrres'.were pewB-Vj man of the New "iork State Debt Agreement Is Seen As Result BY ANSWERING hisf executive to cor.-; the blanif. Bnlgai-ia and s. tfwm i-n ili3 the council to award Greece inden.- JLU2 opinion of raany poiitical riiiv. hanishin and discomfort. Warriner enforced eral Berry's proposition for retail" Chiefs -Suizc Oppoi'tnniiy Tlify Are in EnnTirctscv lie i v< :i WASHINGTON- Oct. f-.-.i. the French government, cavr-- of finance luui faiic'i tf tiatc'ii set'tlemsni ;Iio war to tne t.i'.iiei! profound ir. V. injrtoh -today. LONDON, Oct. Thcv had no teller whatever, niember in some the were '.Free Srate prominence dunng- the war witi'i Engiand, was fb'ntiil'dead iri'a rp-jfti'. r'in the turned on. Doctors intimated' that tnevef not sufficient gas in tlia roqi-i 10 caused death. It- is. COTV- possible that Faggi? may have poisoned'-himself. the only.vvay out." c-ii oi the ifttcrs found in th? room. F'icgi; left bei-.irst! a to the coroner, ens u'ablac T WTinflC1 the navy, no matter no' out, -however, tliat be- caiase tins what-is known a-; 
                            

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