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Athens Daily Messenger, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1912, Athens, Ohio o o STUDENTS ARE COMING.! To tt'o on Kvery Train. I A -FOR AD In The Daily Messenger j Runt Your Rooms. i for the you can (fcem thf WM i A. 01, 227. THE HOME PAPER OF ATHENS AND ATHENS COUNTY, OHIO. JHE WEATHER, ,-j FAIR TOXIC11T it S.-VTURftAY. 48J SAYS TRUSTS HISJPIES Roosevelt Mixes Politics With Priest's Celebration, CALLS PENROSE CUTTLEFISH Likens Pennsylvania Senator to Deni- zen of the Deep That Beclouds Water In Order to Make Its Escape. Declares He Will Clarify Waters and: Get at Wilkes- barre Crowd He Selected Men Same ac He Would Instrument. Wilkcsbarre, Pa., .Aug. un- expected turn was given to a day by the absence of political turmoil.-, when Former President KooHevelt, before a. large and enthu- siastic audience, wbich had trcd to hear him bring: to a close Rev. Father J. J. Gun-fin's Jubilee celebration, a bitte. attack upon Senator Boies Pen rose -.vbich was groeter) with applause b his .fttirpriFed audience. Colonel Roosevelt compared th. Pennsylvauia sonat.or to a cutt.let'.sh the most cowardly of a lower order of "animals, who in the presence ot an enemy they fear throw off streams of ink, hoping .that .the enemy attack the ink a.nd let the cuttlefish escape. Amidst renewed applaus the ex-president, declared that h' tnpant to sweep aside the ink and get the fish. Senator Penrose's charges, which he outlined to his audience, were based entirely on hearsay evidence, he assorted. He characterized his accuser as both base and contemptible. The real proof of his relations' to the great trusts of the country, was, .to. be found, he maintained: in the antago- nism of every truRt-controlled 'news- paper in the country against and ALLEGES NEGLIGENT -Uite ycster-Iay afternoon suit von_-e :n the common pietis court Cora May IVoivr against her l.usbaad, AHiion Thomas Brown. B.i-oxvi, is her petition charges her husbai'd with gross neglect of duty for the past
i a.. ('ooivilfe, O., suffrage (iuestion loomed larse at the CoolyjlJe camp meet ing yesterday. Attorney Bale, of the Columbus juv.mile court, spoke, siying no small pai'l. of his ad- dress to the-twenty-third amendment, stating that women should be given ihe ballot-to protect their homes, and Suing.-- copious illustrations of- the HFC- of women and children as the of political coiiditions which jjad come under hif; observat- ion, in the juvenile court. Mrs. C. t.. oi Athens. ;poke on Eoual Suffra.Ke for an hour nd a rialf, stating- the justice and -xpediency-of giving- womou the-bal- ot. The" progress of the movement ins grown by ley us and 'TOmmout.men of all political faiths' Reining it the part of wisdom to quare themselves OJA the women iiestion. It Is more con- sideration, and that the world over, than any oilier queKtioii. So far the l.ibera! is .the only orjranj-zn- tioti that gone on record am be ins opposed to woman suffrage. Botli speakers received the closest lion ant! endorsement. was to be (.-ret-.r-nf but in his stojMl U.OP. F. C, liale, of Columbus spol--e Mr. Bale is cuting atton-oy at the juvenile court in Columbus. He spoke at lensth're- several of the amentimenis to the proposed conrutrM.ion and par- ticularly the clause, and Lbr- woman snft'rng-e propo- sition. Mr. said "no state ;n the IJnio iias such a clause in its constit.iljo as proposal number 1G1. should tha aniondnipnt become a part ot the fm, fJh.mpn'a'l jaw of the Under suci f. cciislilution the temperance peopt of tiw; state would not have ar. op I ortunity to work as .they have don< 1. the of further "dry" terii fory would be impossible. A xrea political machine would he buil Ji-ouaitl those who have the power te since under a provisioi ii' tne, proposal only one saloon foi 500 inhabitant's is ant .1 order that they may be granted ieeuses friends of those who have hat power will use every means in or- er that this power may be ret-iined, "In -Viltsburs. which is located in the model licei.so state ot Penusyl- I'ania, a' single spent lo help re-elect a judge who had the power to license a saloon Which iliis friend kept, and who might have lost bis license if another judge had been -elected. "In case the license proposal is car- ried, the only hope temperance peo- ple have is the exorcisi ot the initia- tive and referendum and should that fail, .Vhfiy -must; wait until'a. stituriotial "convendon may be called, which cannot be unl.i! twenty years ''ThoEie who are opposed to tem- perance are the authors and promo ters ol .proposal number 10 which re is enclosed. U lias iho contract. LONG STRIKE STILL ON NEAR IRONTON lutes- to home rule for cities They hope by this means to do away with the Hose local option law and to give titles in "dry" counties the right to determine for themselves whether or i.ot they will hu.vs saloons. "livery saloon-keeper, pro- piieior ot places of vice and idndreo i'lEtit'jlion.s are without exceptior, op- posed to woman sul'frjge They say tluil. woman's nat'irgi sphere is the home and she should stay there; that the host argument in favor of v-Trmn's she is a house clean- tr by profession and these who op- pose her eqqrJ Mberty with man as re- voting, are fesrful Jc.st their j l-ouses need attention." Kol'owinfr- the address Mr. B.Je an- asked by menibers the audience v.-iriors of the several proposed amend- ttien oldiei s In n jni( inj well hospital lt, ti'eh ci ipu il m inou-iM. Jl ol Comrjin. 11, ot Neu 1 1M 1 tuu diielopid b. ippi.ni (Hi t j bt i ol s and taken to the Samaritin Jlo-.iU.il at m i ,a] rnlig ions sendees u Js plaiuied to h.ivi 'these ,u UJ HEAR OF A Penrose Declares Perkins Raised For CELEBRATED 81ST. -.-..-ion was made to tlie Ohio Ur.iver-j tered haula n W jinweiiin today by. the; United f-onton ,r> States Treasury- Diriment fn the ln, a hill of bills special niUHi! t Wl" by the Confederiicy during the i 1 v> ll'J 's JiVil War. The collection seour- oj' l b (juaitet, d throiifth the" effort'- Vil Mlb' Wl11 .sotiu through bi President 3His. who some tiine learned that uiblic institutions could secure suUi elics upon application. Tom-Uil the and h.n.d ir dress elics upon application. taKe place, This iLorniiiK the hills came and S ]lal'llk l it j ,JO and the hey form a complete set of all '.bills j at c Toinonow the ,.on- isetJ for currency by the Ceinederate I w'" a-, 1he niembt rt, States of America. Tne billsi in Ol lland to bed) the MHrl- eiicniinatiou froirj fifty cenl.K.to fifty ollars. The letter wJii.ch accompanied the ills was 'e.afjh, of--the nd an excerpt from-it j'o! "In. presentiiif.: such specimens of n l y ivi IK Treasvry Uep.-irlineiit. Todin tej etto buid Jiufkinamn Mnnv ueopU were up fol the drehH JMrade last Thp one ie, notes .now in tin: cusiody of the, reasury. the Dypai-tinsnt .is- asmirer! lat disposition will ho made urify of pennaiient value to the trDus of your institution and histori- '-allied oul and Ihe soldieiK puj :b (he Some ol the ,om Hanii-s ijsihd Uie woods beyond f'. maneuvers and Tue la tomp.inj in (h Li Many Friends Visit Mr. and Mrs. Burley Who Have Been Married 59 Years, 0. rscvviJlf, O, About 90 ol tlie iplntiMK and neighbors ot Mr. Kll Bin ley assembled hi8 hoillp, near heie, jchti-rtjjiy to celehtatp his Sin birUidjy auuiveisaiy Tlie vlsit- oi8 retoned by Mr arid Mrs. "nlov at abotit lo o'clock, and after and talking over thft pleiiii- ant tinub oi' and tellcitaiiiiw Htth the ,iged couple upon Jhflr hf.ilih, .1 boinitooni dinner wan vvaicii coiihl'iftd Of all tllij (IfI- H'.tcies and things of the farm USED TO CONTROL CONVENTION Continues Attack on c'ldaU For President by Seck'ng to 8how That Truit. Back of Movement to Dominate RuouUr Republican Party at Con- of MiiMurf Acti at Interlocutor. Washington, AUK, Rnturnlnf o attack on Colottol Senator Pr-nrone i barged that a fund had bt-en underwritUin Perking and U> n.ake Boosovclf the of rtsnlar at Chicago. Jtor Penroue In Colons! Rooeevelt knew when tatPd thin That the J100.000 con- tributed by the Standard OH conf ffuiy bad and could be returned. Setrator Rppd of Mlntourl i daj'g by Htor jittentioB to fwt that the Arrhbold letter the payment to Ort 13, 1304. Can tbm the whlcfc___, paid by the Standard oil tmld on or previotfa to ijtfc 4am of i "My undf-ntandlnr." rose, that it -wu paid about that time, d fore thut." "I want to Wttttor." Mr. Reed, ttw itM-te aay to tte of an It appears in the Post" This was the wfe Mr. HoooAvelt quoted letter vHt! of Ironton, O., 1'resident of the Ohio United Workers' delegates froTi tne Sciot.o and Lawrence crnp'y miners and the operators, met h'-re today in an effort to settle a strike v.-iiich lias been in force tor 22 afi'-'ct'nr 00 minors. Ti-e miners a (on for pick mining the oporaton; olfered cents. The niccti.ig :ul jouriiod witlioui: a KM but a compromise ;s expf-cted at an.carly (I.'i te. UNCLE SAM MAD KiHinrj of Americans In Nic.ira- gua Arouses Hir, Irs. Aug. Killing of Ampri'-srs by rebel forees in after ihey h.-d beep uinlerf and com J.inns It ,s rcinmandcd b, Caiit s -lohusen Wu I be hhi'jLh tlie cinipiif is dtnl. cooi and well ed n 7lllTi u-ill b, fo. ih, 0, Llll. the eiv .impjncnr be inosi hi: examples ot pbdsr 01 life, and t0 i L f i me-. Led (o His Arrest on Charge Apple8 '-v'.'f T (n A >lt! !-omr R T.C., apple, on fhc hUeel fo day thnl roun b -inctr ol tounslur- would ihe of lll( iub then dr-'ammj. CriLJt. i, sri u ]e> Ji.ur T niofct eniovjblc time. Tlie fact tlu.t (lie 01 rf 1' the onlv i JD-. ami nnnhit lo he 'frirtdbl fcauur oi tne of Torturing and Kili in IT e> die in man v 1 (on pip- Thfy veto m.u.Hd Fob IS, ]S'i" hence Haw Ibea goldi n MeddinK an i no than nine rtnd iud uir to to the din- 'ronrl isji They and le.iiid on .idjoinmif larnib, 1 LContUnu d on Tno J Foliov-'m; the invesfi-ation of a re- port made to him. Humane A. C. Roach swore out a warr.jpt in ti.'e court of lool iry REGULAR SERVICES WILL BE RESUMED IK- I..... worn Ueo i t 'Mfh.Ml and f.imilv ,ut I mi i amp mr i fing n't'ii in IR on irTnl ol Ibii M iv i ii ii IK .ind K n IIIK d tiierc ur.t'I arr! 'who brare'y by the posts giTard- ins the cenauiito. MENA IN THE TOILS i Leader of ;guar; turcd by Federal T.-eops. Nov.- OtlcLiTiE, A up-. Corlinnafiou of tl-.o csf.t-ire of Genera! leat'er of behind his horse fro-pi to and the beeaine STREET CARS STOP a ill'. rff iroi.-i brcTlhing tiie dusi.jj. from by j l.-i'.ck. Pii'aily in. fir-.-jpiK.-t1, I dragged for so'.'ie distarce. i! is jcn his ucaring the hair ir >m I skvi. it. is claimed fTuM I j. T ivi'.ti licrry. hn! tt-pt h-; toM tiiKin mind their ov-'a hisi j. t I in Xicarauaa tb" oi Ie (he c.V.-t.f I- en in'.-o The hrWs way riovvn aw Ihe fedora's, ww r.feive-i h-re by j anfi. l" ]L: ll 1'cns'i) j. Zaxsila o v.ouid vVIa fb.o be- h'. Tfatton, vTmiam nenrv home Notice to New New Aiarshfie.d, O., Ai.g. 23. Sunday, August a surprise pa.rty be trivp.r here for Icseph Hunt-.-ii. tlie invalid sen of I.evi Kuntcr. All are invited to attend and bring a Ion? basket dinners Tl b.Td will DP pie-s.-nt ft m to the affair secif-t, from i; it an possibly be done. Away. O., Ai-a. Frank CoreT.'ird from Akron serving foar 5'oar.s at !iu> O'lio .ocnit '--ntiary t'or re- ceiviTis; srolei: proic7'tv. ci'joyed onlv ft- few Jilierty wheti he walked yosterdpy, Bran' i erry 'ntention of '.or- luri'-.s; his dcs.-. and was to be.i'evo that SOUK; one he lie- war, inicxicaled. and! POSFiMy did ;io; all "har. hat! j; not Deer for FOR MR. GRASS HOP PEH. rl nF i (iKla 2j ,c. hop n r t jppi tl i ,1 car ami l H m t> or rt At ari-iy of .In m c 11 4' 'low, ii utjoii tins cttv dnriim t.h i' f f'-o, i u ic "n'-ii'i i tu in ae f fi in 1 ul t jr i Bcc.y L-cs Ir; State. I.oadcn. -The body of r-ti- is iyiru; in state ia hnii. The ix-fy ;s the braid- <--d i-rock s-arlel JRrs-v, '-vhifli. to (bar iv.-it-t-t; yro.-ii rica) during' )ns too Tl... hnr.rlH Trere or i in; casket :u, i evcryifra BMrul. whore he had been working- with a irangr of prisoners under ''-tuard E'opss H.is Stomach Ache. De'.'Ver, Colo.. Aug. A-slight illness of y.'iHiam .1.
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