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   Marion Daily Star, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1925, Marion, Ohio                               PART ONE Pages 1-10 THE MARION DAILY STAR Partly cloudy ami colder FVidny un- warinei. No. 56 ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MVTTEK AT THE rOSTOtHCB AT M OHIO JANUARY EIGHTEEN PAGES THREE CENTS. DEBT STAND MAY FORCE HERRIOT TO QUIT Picked 7 earns Race With Help us Diphtheria Ravages Nome fpAreatJi Dead from Dread of III Are Eir Report I'ATERIAL FOR SCHICK WATER FAMINE FOR TOKYO IS FEARED rj Jan 2fl lotlaj creat ivulrr finiiiir within HIP neir fnl urn unless i this were mm til ivs tlcrl tiril i fiinuite vss liable rains rciovMl ivitliui u fortnight economics line liccu Tell Girli' Age. Waili Owner of Cabsrtt mi innati 1 i tie .riiidtituliir' n i.l in in fl n I' nn t trll from Ilic mud Jklm llolhnl cl. Inn lurei in 1 lite In in iiiii nili i-iurl fur allimmi i ni 'icr 17 Id enter j Die pirK in riursln n ivere iijnnhfi of n pirtv nl the inn llutli ihiclilir it llmrti I-lnc nf llii iHX-MesKiTv noi j reruns in I Legislative Coinmiltco To Work with Building Commission MAN KILLED BY AUTO AT m Resolution IS UNKNOWN GAS TAX UP BEFORE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON TUESDAY Harold Faces Auto Charge Makes Alleged Confeuion TonSTkKs j LEGION HOLDS BVNQLH f iledonui Jnn -V Members of the Liletlonii Auiencin liilfl their nniuiol at the I Lorncr Inn IH.JIIIIL Lfnerr- TEST IS ALSO SENT for J0 flnd a dinner is Ihirc a No wai a Cjitis Welsh Only Surgeon Cty-Strength Overtaxed Quar- antine Is Enforced u 1-in j n inn hundreds nc I cc ret f ivd line to M M pjiiiipr in clnrtc fi pilihc. heil.li fcpr i t hue nre deiil al I program 01 music 1 tioii f.MPii in Hie nuiidier of persons di JJr IV Of tilt txiio lie hud 1 ttptlble tO I lite r nc tr I nmplctpd ii Icr to J 1 1C OH tllL snils Snturdii ml Alnskn ti t mms will Imte to I ii ii Mntnuler III illnP T M-stcm Of t t if slnpmeiit from dug sled'. i in luophne in AlasltJi i p --enm M-eie r 'idile the onlt metli- ii c h CK ictins 'lempcr i rili were reported be t i i.rpcs below nt Mi Cruder which will 1 i d to protcU the f n rcnrenh were planned p i 11 for llus feiture i i i T itiloxin which lull t JJO iKitiiuls be 1110 fioin 1 o i PI so ib w ill be used i nlu rn U 1 p lit-ilUi sci IMC nlj dot tor in I i md Ins MHiigth is i p ntm t hj tlic grc it J 1 11 r i re curd In t I il In j Driver of Machine Held by Po- North's Famous Mushers iIGfl f0r investigation Mile Trip tn Laps To Carry Antitoxin LOWER YUKON HOLDS DANGER FOR DRIVERS fiebarred Coach Ap- pears Suddenly on Scene of Action Today DISTRICT ATTORNEY TO ANSWER O'CONNELL Has Not Refused Immunity to Former He Former Coach Will Be Quizzed Today New 20 I on Dol in debirrtil ioieh iork Ci suddtnh scene of the 1 seimla1 imestipi Wireless Messages Bring Re- sponses Irom Other Drivers Who Would Risk Lives and Dogs To Save Hundreds liorn.c ilisln I1n iir.iuisl iltnlli tlie nretir infill nuh r-ivuc is clrtius zero cliiiiiiin ilnuis jitid liicliil tnvn on the i to Nome uuli precious liictiuni 'eiuni lir in ilie hittlc imuiit uliuh is llirciucnint to nipr DHL tlic fur nurlti Jnu of I t. Wltlinmsrn nnknoKti oeeurrel here uirlv toilm soon nftcr lie wts lilt In nn auto itrncn I ouis llroolhn iilentilicntun linnison H si Oenton A Hukliis iinilertnkniK jmrlors Miltier nns held nL cm prison for line1 A nf niititoxin It Dr 7 II rtcosnii former In illusion Mont nnd Soil tie isJi plnhic i in non in MIS fitartal JIMP KvtMiiM lo MriUen Noun nnd1 pin K i ins dtcl iml sli. uld men nnd tniiinph mil irinls in nip ViIiKt the dn id UiM-ne tlioi urne in Soint in tune to blip mun lues N Ii Hill Slnnnnn nmc en doj.'. the of of the Am KJOO miles juimim lo iV-me in i sin Piwnied on the imibll umrillc nnitq McKmley Was a Man Among Former Minne- sota Congressman Says ADDRESSES HARDING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS for Shmnon af_ Inn Kiillmd inotlier of tli tion todaj nnd went before Assisting District UtorneT George Brothers estio in Ufc Dolnn witli Jnnnir O'Connell Nev f Iintc hl' Norths fimous muslirrs with u -.nkon blul j Birthday ot Vartyred President I Celebrated at General As- sembly Meeting Conduct- ed This Morning ire entlicicil Inn. lo lionor Ilic InrtlnliK of of irenlKt dolphin club 'not to beiir down in a gnnie with the tiwnli lif-t September j Dohn a ron.iction followed when he rnc tlents tlmL McKIn Ilio fiiK.nnr- i.nri. ''J J Adam xprcinion to n of 1 don t remember rcplus lo 1 quciUoiH Dohn a ipppni nice bore on n promise of fioin was a i-ent n tlir M md to fwhiiifc Uie Cordin0 to lit ttlif rs Before pmiv into ronco with Jlintlicis denied U onndl s Tltonm Mi a hiiinn h id born refused iinmuuih i not insHcrtil the He Kin m of Otoiinells itUinuj ihnt iinmimih he pumfd ird lias i 'Hi 1 w do M. Mmu imo MvorJ I'f fonfirmiE 1 l i rim niit the i MTU r qiiiininhne n uw.il ins been omerYala Student Despond- of Woman To Marry Him 20 I i iiiiirn him ilh wounded Mr r If Old nidnw lit 1 n todir and tlirn v the rnnii r cc into Ins own r nt nnd son of 'lie de'-pprntelv in rhnrming but it is believed 1 i She mitcli md foon nfler thej 1 nrrned in n f n 1 ardcr from Clarks n her Imd bctn t r two datb and fhe-e iT-t niglit p 1 e widow of Oran 1 ilM HI an antomo f11 igo She has a Han ton toditv from of drneis w mtul lo outer the list1- for the snffet int. men uumm nnd dtildrui of None Ihej wcie t tin ir lues and in the Mild -ide our Ihi htiowfa nes mid liecu lockel in ihc of a 1 liter sir in for llip two rt rn TII I fnlliiin below th it in iniinj I he licit d to tliiir lift will of tuiitri nulii N n jiuv ilip where mirn Irni inui iht linil nut in grip of ihe ire Aaionp thr intcrtsttl wikhrrs of I'ic-oii vim frle foimtr j 'Hit to the timrutot of Mihin lor eoHtiiimd Mr Iteilr wnn fleaniH si of iniiid nnd his kindlier He WT. u paJnot I ollow lilni throtiph Ins pnhhc hfp an 1 Int prnate life md m will HlMins find euilinces of hli i tnotic for uiunlrj Man Men rlli mi M.Kinlcx n mnn a nonn niLii and hi arltnind olhirs whu iiMftcd nnnhmd He nrel nboiit tlic of n tmiii skin n'i Ihc Inn I from which mint as Mr Brdc al some Itiigth on the progress of ilie n iti n 111 tin. past u ii1- and Ihnl lir flnt flic world Imd m more In luc P linn m nil rcnliinys State Motor Vehicles Bureau Sought by Home Rule f or Distuibance Follows Bible Debate rritimuirmlril nl thr nroiliilnc fur meni of a M.ri inl triWstiu nuUrp of three M' tutors unit three IKIIISP mrniHrm la ate ullh thr fitflie offlrc tuilldlne tomnilsvlon In for new offlcr buililiiijL Ilif uiminhtw inicnd fif the miditlltm hj prothltin thnt pnipmnl fttui itirn hhinilil IIP on a hUc tiljicrnt lo the slate llrt llnrlnnull Nil .'II fir Ivr Illmprlk. a loiiKillk Hllli thlltlmi U Mrimlr-il lirir Illicit ninl H Hnllln itlllumn I'a nlio Irll lirr In Ilir InMii 11 luiil Ittml ninl nHrt Mip hull chrn lilui Mini In i tniiilcinf on lirr ftum 91 IHH1 nil lirr no-wessliim tlifj fliriMinli nil Irltniiniiil nlnl ihe Ulinp In inrliinill to liltn Stolen in lolcdo 11 pii I In I win ln n f IKI 1 I i iNi 1 i llti-ft n Mi 1 1 lilt It r IMIrr mi n I n night m I i I fn iiinl I i. ll duiubiif Inn Plans r tip action lo the propn ililtt IllltllltllR iiuxio todin Mhui tho Mti nittu o i HHI iisslui of Ihr resolution of 1 nuikllii id fur no I Ion n 1 irk in with lln suit lomniJNsloii hi nirnujjuii. for ridloti of an nffici lo tlie sink htmhn An aiclutcct of uiitlonnl pu poilptl Stntn Aitdiloi hii.c mtercsled hinmtlf un the pn.jn I fiom the htntiilDuInt of nrl ulnm and nf ua- Iwo tilnnti. one ll wlllllf if the bululiiiK nn tho HifltetiotiM 1rc iri fhc rrffiiinlft nnd tint other on n bile Jiinibj T Special Meeting of Cabinet Called To Peisundo Fiencli Head To Remain SOCIALISTS REFUSE TO SUPPORT POSTING MOVE u i t ihhe In lit itn nlhcrl hiHi I I Ih. mi. v rntrnd the tubli r mi mix l Hill MKllH-d tl Illltllv k Mhl.ll I nit f'r 11 rn ihuk t f Iht umiitmj- U Iho I HiMii-i llnill'iih V t un Un -M. Vmilkim 1. nihlinl mo Innk il-MlmmUr Ihe lirld t ru.in I'rtml-r lluilot tU Mini ilitmiltt t I. tntit fur Opposition Leader Stresses Re- spect ol Contract by Respeot ot Justice by U. S. In Debt Payment I mill 1 1. 1- Moll It is n of In limn N In Mini n tliui ntnlhir Ml I l IIP M.ilui mnililiu I to Mo Jiminu jotrrdar al i MassiHon Woman Dies ol Alter Dross Catcbcs Fire Irom Stove TOLEDO OIL BLAZE DOES OVER DAMAGE RfllU Aclmiral Mllkos Possibilities of Alrornft Grain Warehouse at Wai Xenia Arc Razed by Spectac- ular Blaze in age Placed at Union Inn Mit Snrnh Millu Hie nrohltect not nnineil Tlminni iitlindcil lu Ilir .hMiut n Inn '.'l n'uin afr.ipliilHH fi.r dof.n turn liMti nKkviiiiUil hpjoiid oil jilnsltitl 'T IC.iir A'llliilill llh. MlH.n1 boiiul tho 1.11 llm mill n nflnlrrt lommltt't loilin at n licni tlu Idtl for the crimioi UN iUltih u n ttiimrtnunt uf in la I Ini it the nl k thnin nulil Ailmlnil 'no mmlit nf ttio i ilnnct Illlini llurlllt lilt til .Ifii If Ino IdenU tire n kettle mint I'l nni n.Mnetli nn ulll Minn ntinitl Hltli to bnlli It Imltinlid liy lloinil I'uil luidir In Ilie ilnnn liu nf uhit xinli nt iiniiti nl Ainulinn Hull 1U upeillllll lilnlx the le uf e-nitrnt luiniiv nnd Hint nt lii.tlm Wirlui Ilie Minlalun nljnliii to fierilol'a lull nil lln hi nilih lllill It IMIM In i I1 llnillht nut In tune- iin nn 1 tnti I .17 in Jl nut m tin tin lilinntillnii nf lint uneuh 'lln eliimiliii Ilie iilinnrd- Ink Ml lunliihl .U 'Ilili inliBid- md In n iif lonlldciiLtt in Ihn iiiteimninl llm iln Hit nt lliulDl was tnllnwid by it mnild tiuetlltlt nf Ihn tini inllnh At Hilt voted TiO iti fnvot of tlta m Alliitnli n nillllillj Imlil Iht fiilc of tlie i.niposrtl drocenh u.Hhmi. flom IM i tmih iieil tin in n lihnlit mill unit for lli'ij YnvirViiY iikif -iini miller Motor leprc hnn-tud milrn of Ii. I rnnk L Snillh lln Asserts She Is Niece of Secre. tary Is Later Is Mystery Oklahoma Cilv Okln Ta i 29 i 11 1 fl n I m i.tpr f 11 the of i girl her Iwiin nn the outskirts of Ihe cih hen w nml f-nid hue gnen the mmc of Mm I Mellon nnd el uinfd he n mei e ol bcfmtarv of ihe 1 fra nrv Mfllon I aler identified n- a fcfep dauelilT of ll U IHIiburton an i Iinmn ifv in poliro h-- baUI8 In ehMiiz Mr Le le romnipnlfd on istniin and who the of I j yo Imp the nutrrninitit of HIP of mother f riu witli dnilh whtii I mini Mutps nininnK One lo i-nnrt he inshfd niitiHiiii Iditnrod I the 1 and inform it nthrr frit to otic nnd rnlkize tin1 in jicjwer he rbsmed e will renfh the limn two lire not netdul IIP eon liniieil J-o lonj. is there is n rrn tnfiiRiil and a rentripct force Ions HI M MIS I UCillT loMi Mu r d HIP world Hvtr Kt to lon a flight fi'nn K iMinnj. nini lo the liitier mil lie rbanl tlir rr bis u Urns flrplil in Ma twt innid' nri nnd n rndirnl t'.nc will have two forme fnr this her unnhlc to get in explinntion Mellon Wcnics Chim It ins nrdnu Ilicli UrhwnrL ncn rrow f .1 K II MiraliatI ackrd thf Not Ended Against .tu.lnits K nnrmpnnr the fim to Administration Lead- tlf ttlpv WIlW pwlW'r Innn i imiKon the hill hi foi the cum ml ttcf1 hiild Ihei wuild pom. the hill Ih' bl.i'-laltire ruhtrul the auto ll u list Inxrs n 1'iit M rnle and n fie of 50 fcntx 100 p mniK tit tin said the jwnetl utd i rrlicit fnrniirs if Mn- tnirdni of Ihc tniMrnelim I 1 M wool t oil nubile rtprriuitliiK IhcOliD em IK n i niu1 niMif of it MUK inilo IKCIISC f't in lulilituni the t n rent ion n Mile hlinnil of niotrr hnitiid n in the sicrrlnrr f H h nnd HI nni ir I'hidf is t j he poel t Ihe In n bill m w drnltnl In lltprp--' nlnlnf I-ipp Hani ilton inunly Hi- bill will propwp IhnL Ifr-u'Ofl I c Irihntcd throitf-h county niulitnra nsiMnrs of milo dnbN I..... IH nl'd w n pliin wlifreln ailtoownTH ptiiiw rcceiptn for pirpoiml liffore Ihet rtniM olitim llomr Itnlf I P Debt hmililifliui 1-y tin Cirm wdd noiild he emh di'd HI Hr m pounds f n jiroprfcil smcudm'-nl In hi fTT' On I'ciilnttir'J licit wrk on behalf f Ohm Irtleralnl iliihi U' Ohio tnrilltrs IMi nw ft r r 1 m-.nih filled M h tin oin hen 'i Adi'itrnl tliml Plm 11 it lifci Hi' iridoiiitiiili mle In mihliin oi'Milnii iity ii to Ii if tin tituit SJIlfSPfltf idi nil luiu nnnmui I'lll e ililiiilti iMn ers Declare Today r liml Ird the nt The herr lender tin at the trensun department tudar ttni In nitiii tifj I0 Secrttan Mellon Ins no niece named m --uint' toJ-i in Mnry Ulcn MeHnn i liriit t ff __ entire bidj the school ON DAM IN WEST SCONTINUED t diriiral Ilirhn I Mf J 1 I Statta curt Uinm rntic leader dnhrd tut ended TVPIC of for Stones aprOJiitn-eut te OH Ilio ju cotnnmtpe iijjim tubiaita h'a nntne to the tPiiato No A.t.on To Be Taken on j Jf Charges Against Officials j of Akron Columbia Jnn to were ih-it Uonnhey Would Dam Big Snowstorm Strikes Warmer Weather Mear Hmton Jiin 29 Hear n ir construct fl i IT Hmton sched ir obtainwl the i --sion fort the cl en seeking it former State Representative Temperatures ranging 12 to 15 Abolition of Practice Will Not Affect In. It View PittiDuren. Jnn Abolition of 10- called plun'' practice flhould hare little effect on- Rteel indnstrj IB Pittfiburjjh or nny other Judge Elbtrt chief eiecutlre of the Akron that the governor call Oejrees nboTc zero forecait United Steel upon Miyor nvbolt and Safety Ui rector Carter both of to answer the chirfe tint thev permitted open selling of race trick pools m Akron Kascb. asked tbc governor to prcbe Akron conditions Officials m the Roterner's office to- day asserted tbat Kasch's request has not been snbmitled by them to the got- ernor They predicted that Governor Donaney take no action in the milter more tangible evidence is Ohio toniRht bv Lnited States weather .here in an interview this afternoon in bureau officials in Columbus today Cloudy and moderating weather Fri- with a probable minimum tem- perature of 20 degrees ibovi fridaj is predicted Snow which started to Ml noon today was this afternoon covering up the traces of Miri OM last eight inch anowfall t'ntil late hour this afternoon the fall con Unutd unabated At 2 the city KM corned with I three-iacb blanket whicb he reiterated his 10 year-old cut lint the Pittsburgh district will continue to bold its supremacy In the steel business Visiting I'ltttburfb to speak tt the dinner arranged br the nf Pittsburgh m his honor tbe steel company henil also prusM what he belierwl to be the efforts of dent to ucertiln Ihe mil meat of the coun closer Ing lo Ulnrt Kinlnlt Ilie I ounllM of lilt federation nrcpdm'-nt ttfull'l jMjweri lie mid uliicli n in nnnovtlion lo Ilic lull lirnmllng for rrnding ot Ilie Bibb- In lie sihools tlireals to tin room fnim memberi of the how colnmlllee nt n hearing on the Utdneular nlthl The bill n snld to Iif bnelcetl the Ku Klui Klnn nnd farm organisations Ihe interruption came when the II Muioell Marietta op- posing the rnensur' He told tommit tee members the cooperation of a Catholic priest In making auccmliii the week dar religious sjstem nair be ing conducted in many and warned that passase of the bill would destroy this system His statements were greeted with Representative Williams aemanded tbut the sergeant at-antis be brought In to clear the room It the disturbance continued C J seconded bit motion The howerer pro- ceeded without further trouble An- other public hearing will gircn Wed- nesday nlgbt n'l I.ruin III Inn lln Hi' 1 i mi nml i nitnin ilnlnm I iloi nli.li' Ihi 11 Milinii'i I nppntlinalrli Ofin linlf f ulii'll ii Pinil I'l I' nun I U liu l MlMiinKlirn M ll n if Ninia Miniitiiiid IT lime Ilie lin lirliit' I lo linve bun linendl in IMIK lij il IVnliAjl uiliift rniltonil nnpliije Bhi imiK nf inilljniil difeii'i i I n itnlfb III 'in SBinTSEIBBElTtl E Icy Road Slightly Trlotl To Pats Buggy UiHinlllf Inn ilrilll liu i.f l.uiiichu Iwtat nli n Mm iniln Hill rllln. AliMril on Ilir Miri'O K lililinnj Iline nnrlli of In I ml Illl n Irliiliono Anlinr lur Milmwnl m I- mi'I Kllh tllKllt III jilllerf Mli-H Unit llveil ninr flnlrnn lln niililenf dun In lij- muni' I wllill iKurli lurii imiiln In Ml ni'iiilid n IniMy I'l H'1'-' China Dictator HIU Normal Taken Food Assemblyman Would Also Havo Constitutional Co to Voters BUWS SELF tl1 Bristol. Jan DeB- nraimitled anlclde injorw his wife hers today WMB..W rsat iw necenam me aenil- N Inn Mil pc 11 I'm ins ronjjrfJW I IT ntHlonnl -hhin-nul rvnfnllin pro InhHJ'ii ntnfiidnifiili WOB Ilie letli'nlnre hr Ouvll iNew IJetnotrflt. nnotlier bill nn amendment Ui Uip ffUJe lilllon Hint Mutt Ilie Inlililnrc rsllllfi nil nmrolrnent tnlernl Hl amemltnent bo .ulnolllwl of Bank of Ireland Children Mial Daily Jan. spreedms famine already serloun In Oalmr. CoHnemarti ttnil Kerry aggrawtW Met by t Uireitened at fwr.lu tie iBIiW rlgiow. f Dublin nultoritiw art provlSjoj OOfi cWldren itllli w Say.1 Jtank of Jrflj tit t'l- Inn -1'r Sun hen I Mini uiernlul on fur r truublu at the Aincrknii Itoikefiller lioipltat here paused a Knnf'irtaMc bullelln sail toilar UlN tiltlim and lemtiein ture alinijiil formal 'lliu jnitlenl wns fnc pnln nnd laK flit JlotlrjhlinWlt rrtwrled 'Din onlnl ffiHLll OEFEHTED Amendment Would Rt- stored 1920 Rfttta on pnpero and Jnn Holding firmljj nrlialft n'lltlllllatratlott dffeiitnl tbn nmeh.a'j 10 ilm Mourn poilul rate and arj- flie wouM I lll'.ll limlal ull iinjponfil In tlic Iflll Iff I ID'IS Duller tin Moin IM in rale on nuU.rr In alt i muld Iw aifd Ttia Oporge rritea. _ Examiner Under Davit cut tiiU tbrn Pleadt Npt Guilty GtitlU ft a Jonatlun vim arraigned today cnxrxH if contpirncy nml wlocltliig 4 In unniction wllll nanllng ot nar- I'deriion not guilty noil rclfitned lioiiil for J'ormer OovWhor liiformnlloiia Wed Pennon inllj Sntur- lay In get liere from his Boiirlion conn- f iiojiijr IREAD PRICE ADVANCES i- lu iif aifVn from Ine nrlgrtn Hi a nenvny ftiinni IN WHEAT BLAMED eurlr m thn dm. to fovejiile where her nttomej-s Othff Will CO Up atM liearme bo coiilinncd until .jrony Jbij pita that riMJJ In iuMMom that bread ttKtu ft othtr eiwdi alci to up Monday morning' inrreare for bread ilil le one uid two cents on each loaf. 'Juvenib At- Delay Oil Hie Wjearold slrl murdered her dropped few trftn toihr More Jttttnllo .rtntite Jfrank Ultr ol I'sr tlnlll t f rloek on maniac' nnj ftwnr 'i' _________ I It. Jan. 1'rirato tt mtniter ot head- uliarlera ramMuy Kort nan mateml that he muruVcd Mmy hoify lnt Iflont ntnr tin1 ed twlw.   

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