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Athens Daily Messenger, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1912, Athens, Ohio many efcloyers -will 2 talk business work- hunters u'hb f-.n, not be J thiu wfct advertis- tttib city Ipis week. WEATHER Fair tonight and Fr.'daj-. COU'H-TR TONIGHT. THE HOME PAPER OF ATHENS AND ATHENS COUNTY, OHIO. VOL VII ATHENS, OHIO. THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4, 1912 PRICE TWO CENTS K EVANS IS sized With Acute After Luncdetn, HARMON IS PLEASED IDOL OF AMERICAN NAVY Wash TJ plan Tan V. or and received on board the fcnva UIT commandcr and her 'oDicer's as There were no casualties en the Iowa. Arrangements for the fuiiera! have been placed in the hands of Uu- navy department. Though the details have not yet been decided, it has been settled that. Admiral Evans' body siiall be. accorded all military honors, and the burial will take place to- morrow afternoon in Arlington na- tional cemetery. Eight pallbearers will be selected from among officers who had served under Admiral Ev- ans and his closest friends in naval circles. Navy Machinists Strike. Portsmouth, Va., Jan. of dissatisfaction with Secretary cl the Navy Meyer's new seientilic management system for navy yards, nearly 100 machinists and Helpers in the local navy yard struck. Tbe walkout followed a refusal by the men to adopt thr-i card' sysrptr: of re- cording, their working speed. All strikers are members of the Interna- tional Association of Machinists. aii than three tt.iirs. Rear Roblei D Evans, to the American public as Bob" Evans, diefe at his me Jn. tins city. The cau'se of his was an attack of adore indi- gestion which came on ai ter ae had. eaten his luncheon. r "Fighting Bob" Evans, to tie coun- try generally, was the hero 'of the new nJvt It was Ins lortune to be on the forefront of American sea fight In 1891, Admiral -witb, one gunboat to- buck h.m up ia eais Henrj- O'Bleness, one year. No salary attached. The health, board, tax commission, fire chief, second assistant fire mar- shal and other employes who are to! serve under the two directors will be announced later by these officials, j The
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