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   Evening Independent (Newspaper) - August 23, 1920, Massillon, Ohio                                PEOPLE In tod vicinity read clssslSed la The Independent evwy Read the Classified Ads LATESTNEWS RECEIVED OVER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRES VENING INDE FOR THE PAST 63 YEARS THE NEWSPAPEft OF MASSILLON AND VICINITY LAST XXXII No n3 MASS1LUOM OHIO TUESDAY 1M PRICK TWO CENTS I m THE WEATHER Kalv wesitlier ami moderate teih IHnitures tonight ami Wednesday Read the Classified FIERCE REPRISAL VISITED ON SINN FEIN FOLLOWERS NATIONALS FLEE NAME 4 MORE FLOWER SHOW COMMITTEES HEADS G 0 P WOMEN SPEAKERS Not Flying Union Jack Attacked Rioting Resumed in Streets in Belfast By Uisluirn Ireland AUK nights burnings nnrt lootings of na tionalist property by in for the murder of Iolice In suector Swnusy on Sundav wero has experienced Tho fire brigade was unable to cope with the outbreak Some 70 premis es were in ruins today and ihe dam iKc is estimated at i Ap peals have been to the popx to remain tiff the streets at The biiniiiiK of Uie nationalist property here continued until after midnight Amnnf ihe building destroyerl was the ratholic paroch ial hall Virtually nil nationalist have left town in face of the loyalist reprisals for the murder of Police Inspector Bwiinsy AB he reprisal proceeded lasi nielil every IIOIIFO occupied wits exception cf ihe one in which ihe Iririy of Inspector flwiuisy low the injoii irord liavinr forth that to wouldbe taken as evidence of dis loyalty Four more coinnvittees for iht flower show to bu held in the Was nor building in North Kru Direct Sepiomber worn annoucceii tiday The committees follow arangernenLs Mrs E 11 Pll Mrs Charles Conrnd Mrs Mary Maclsaac Mrs K 11 Kord Mrs Manly Chtrk and Miss Jennie llar iiis Wild flower Mrs W i Crawford H MIPS Pauline Harrison Mrs I A III TO PUCE Mrs Miss Mary CITYS ELtCTOB Vur0lor Sl0ilp to lmprovo Olo rllv 11 wpro taken by I he citV oounoil at its resulnr mooting evouins when it passed un of n rosolution Mrs Krod Tltswortu Mrs foi lht f liuer nnd sinUini 1nnd levies on K O Croxton Mrs Myron Phillips 0 inUstandinK bonds fnnn sill ruicl Miss Eleanor Arnold NiKht j iimjtuioiis subject to u vote uf Shado latnUy Mrs 1 n Ilolston j ltu ll November oloc Mra W R Harrison and Mrs OeWaH Committees on Composites Helen Hunt Mrs H Wales Mrs John Crooks nnd Mrs William 11 llUot ENGLISH FAHMERETTES OF BEITISH COLTTMBIA FARM Mary Steward of New Yori city whoso experience as a teacher riiffrapc worker and writer has fit led her for the big post i A IK Rioting was re here last tho most meni heiiiK a collision bij the unionists and thu Sinnj Foinors In nallymacarrntt ou thci caKt side rf Shortly after S oclock the opposins crowds met in HiyKon street and slreot whore shooting nnd stone throwing occurred The polico event succeeded in disporsius tho ri otors by a baton charge ROBBERS STEAL ROPE TO LOOT ESSEES SE VOTE ED By BULLETIN London olios from Warsaw tho Poles navo captured prisoners 100 gunn and llOO machine guns Indor ilio terms of tho resolution an additional levy of mills will ho in taxes provided elect ors vole favorably upon the proposi tion ho additional luxes to bo used to pay off bonds bccomins duo and lo mici ihr interest qu outstanding bonds This exemption is to apnly tor 11 years according to tho lorms of the resolution but will dire reuse ench ar the hands are retired City ail that it would riMiiiro It years lo retire all bonds by the cisy upon until January 0 1J120 The resolution was drawn up in no with tho prnvlsluns of House Bill No passed January TtLO by the general assembly of Ohio Many cities recently PII similar action as a meaits of se rurinj additional revenue for oponit iiiK expenses It was said nday lhal if voted on favorably at thn Novem ber election 11 would Kivc the city Aup dlspat an incnnio eoual to the amount whcli is necessary to pay the interest nn ovitslandln bonds mid to wlirvl hccominB diie j The city Monday sold deficiency Russian Bolshe amounting to to local vik forces in the region of anhs to pay off present Inuebtcd arou miles northeast of Warsaw in current expenses an and Bialystock about GG miles sufficient money to operate west of Brest Litovsk are ongagotl in j unt I 1021 heavy fighting against advancing j Polish legions according to an offi einl statement Issued yosterday in Moscow and received here today the city A communication frnm Safety Hi rector U H Hickok advislnp conn that unless some action WRK tnken t Hy Nashville Aug M Thompson of Ten nossee announced today that Gov Drnor A It Roberts at this Canada bellveH it in faHt tin fuitii lubor prtiblirin from n broad Hlnndpolnl TluuiKunda of rurinorislloa art dally urrlvliiB froVil Wjlijluml tt Work on MOH or HIM land army woiuofj nrn well horn and uducatod and who diirlnn the war tor patriotic motlvtw went Into tlu Held Ihn nhoto tho KngliBli inrnuuotliiH at work In Victoria Krltttth Columbln Bolving ncurclly of farm holp to council from j Tcln BOOU to repair the overhead wires of lTt7e Brest LitovVk region tthn and nrfi Inm no change in the situation ttie statetoms lho mderuroiind ment says while further south ln system miKht ho in danger of Rerlou the neighborhood of Vladimir Bol laranf wns Presented liynsft and near Lomberg the battle100 continues ho rnnl fjraph company crnor 11 itouoris at uju 11H i r rr The coal of reconstructinr tbf pres y i i CT D 11 wninB certified TenncaKttes ratitl VV 1 i t V i ent aerial Ryntcni If placed il O I W IA C cation of lho suffrage 000 by tho Gnmewell people while KondliiK lliu certification to Secre MAN IS TH F F extensions to the Pro alarm pyiitem tary of State Colby by mail j proposed by the company which In elude 1 ii new fire alarm hoxra would MaJv COKt i nrcordlnj n I he enti Great Crowd Strips Curb Market Wagons Abandons Its Own Choice of Site and Selects One Recom mended by Com mission Thn city council htiR rcconsldcron In action of a provlnmi mooting nnd IIIH tiiltnn Htojiti In liuiilen tho complo lon of utiMiK preliminary to roforrlnc Lo the pcupln lho flUOHlifjn of n pro xiHiid imirknl linimn for Massfllon 1rollmIntiry to a Inaso on eunnl innd imulh of Tre nont Htrciu for n proiioand city mar ol hoiuio wore laUon Tuutidtiy ovon Ititl whim council munnd u roBrtutlon Introduced by Cdtincllmtin Crooks1 and dlrcclini tho Borrlctv HriClnr In make application to thu lipiirlmcnl uf nittillu nt Co liimhiiK fir a Icuiic on a of can uI linid luititb if Troinqnt Noftrly arnoiiK whom A one inch rope stolen from tho Masaillon Iumber Companys yard in Clay is bellrvetl iiy ID have boon meant early Sunday morning pain en I ran lo tho store of fyjijj Pill birxk Main stnet which they Icntnd of over jtii worth of morchanchanJiyp in The announcement was mado af1 tcr Justice Ijansden of New York were roprcnMitatives nf ramtlliH of lociil iiiaiiufiiilurerH men cJiirKymon and Annricnn workhiK men morning nwiiriiicd about supreme court on petition of Rcilly 28 Roclcrilie Center mother mate The nntlniiitnB were referred the heavily laden and a ajp number silk and ohirt suits ba wcnrini appiirel The biirfflarn cntprfjd tha store through a skyliglu in the oof of the hnildin and officials of the Massil tnn cmnpanv ronort out of the hands of rti in he county chan collors court Justice Ijinsden or dered all reconia in lho before the supreme court for review Attorney General Thompson declar ed the nation nf iusticp va cated the Injunction by tho charges nf four children and whose husband i to the council a conimiUfo of js wealthy wan sentenced to the pen whole A resolution Inlroduced ii ihe Itini it mresnary to dny She was charged with stealing a pocketbrwik containing in a FiTlh avenue Btore attorneygenoroJ had granted writ of certiorari and taking proceedings in the j jtpntiary for from six montha to mjiiiiaion suit brought to prevent tnrcp yoarfi in fipasionii Mon inrtitication Jiidte Ltnj CIVIL WAR VETERAN Horylco Nlruotiid to IurnlHU nonnoll plium Hpixilflcutinim nnd ditlmatcw of lho cinil of building a market bonne According lo IflrtiiH of thu roHolu Unn the clly will auk for n lotiHO on u of jniuiid botwcon tho canal and iiriitl ntrnnt nnd oxtnndlnK 400 foot of Wont Trumont Hlruot Tins council nl a prwvfonn mootlnix licnoved a reiiiirl of un InviBtlKntlnK cominlHiilon It Imil and which Imd rooomnifindud the uouth utd uf the hall park or Onnal from Triirnonl KOillli tta 1 fur proponed and dosfg if AiruTicu iu a day or I wo will ltlm of lts chrdte The Iotriinlfixkm jirovlounly AmoH Crltchfleld 7fi dld Monday al irfiii ut lilt auk Ohio cnal mliui lo with thojri in a Joint riCRlo coti liiul rtlHctivncctl Uifl Hum Klnoi sttn wan midvilnibli1 Tim vvlioli project him fiicid or Inlay unions a sanitary sewer In tin northeast auction of the city nccommodntlonp to Korinin Heights allotment Akron W I ri C llf f ill i vei f Tin fuunral will John Mourn preiiidiutl Oliln Kif titLttmlu This It inoitnced latnr rnlneiii ujinouiiced lh iKiiird mo cvonlnK Mow rapidly Ula widow Mrn Monday arierniion and tidjourrxid ntopu may lie taken nrrw with flly Store detectives and the police told Knach anrl Mndlll Htroeia the court they had learned Mrs Ilcil ordwed withdrawn ly had been arrRnted on similar were of tbe opinion that ihe charges In Chicago Boston ind direction oT Hie should tic1 lower court and it was on this opm Washington William J Kailon her BO that newer to that one nnetnch rope nn llial Lho pnernor certified aaid Utcrc arp per cnuld be Kninled lo North Mill Arguments I jn hcr ljfe intble toifjtreet rusidents and thai by extend the pewor down North Mill ATCHAUTAUQUA had been stolen from their premises to Washington Police paid today thai they had attorney K 1 Al tliul the inlieni il Although DdtcwTllve Harry J 12 n day ilay WMH orl workTH 1 ton lor no clue as to he irtcnUty of The tionthat supreme aLT i reBJBt the impT3RO highwaymen hut from evidence at waH before Justice hand thoUKiit robber were well ac iaat njght at the with the store and iis sur home Opponents charged that the proceedings violate the mlea of the rourt in that the other par ronudings BRIDE 72 GROOM 100 TIS TRUE supremo ty wap not notified I hat the hearing j was to be held CONDUCTORS IDLE MAY WOW SIT it would not have to be laid KO dnep Ordinances prtividing for nn Sixth street Knaeli and Medlll K were their second Exhibit at Fair iniTi nnd iiliollllon of Ilio penally cljiumi ftr uii no UNCOVER BANDIT GANG OF BOYS eit rnilprtin farpR Rons were injure in a flro whirli urfof papers fniinrt on Uicrn i sit rjnwn v nio noi coueCLing if i f In I pafisexi an ordi trapped more than a score of fniailin Officer Rutherford karnd rv ispne tbe pftTTnU Thfmin rave his namrns Malcolm and Jjis 10fi and her name as Mary An Barney ried Monday as the cwltnination of a ranewed romance of their younger The city nance some time 3o refjniring the f jn a flvostory si8t side street car to today Only work hinged attached to the plat1 by frernn polfcft prevented 1 fonn Btmcttrre of ail cars far nf fp said they were to be nsf of the couductpr This j a whirlwind equipment has made appearance Two men werT Horionsly iijnrrd and tbe an they are call wnen the flames forced leap cA in Spanish are enjoyins the nov1 jrorn a third floor window The elty of slttrag down while rnshbouT i waa intense that firrmrm played on the platforms fitind j streams of on men women and children a3 tbey crowded the fir to keep from jrumed to death while awaiting BE MILIIKEBS icne a rJ BASEBALL AT S S i The rtrtrch one of the GreenTiOe polfce j VlALJUO 1 teams In thu the a Btart to enter carairai tfiarnship StadiT an tfce millinery Vraainesi soctation Bt the Cryetal Springs tabj other evening in making bla Saturday IS The ronnds one of the patrolmen fcxjnd j to npw hfltii near the from the Wamofl En tfets wt flftrfsj to bridge No one hag cJalmed i Rlneerlnz of Cloreland rlr J as Kbown by the papern Is Koverned by a net of which or the election of member jring of an oath provlBloTi of the ly IB that membern Hball carry no concealed other lhan amori kfy wrench th nymbol of the ety HO that if arrented the will not take UB for char According the probation the gang robbed Harry KotnenB Kro and tbe next fjir the Ohio 1111 trueka nt Hie regular KiinlvveHly curb ntniknt III Ireinonl between Krle nnd Mill Htreilu tonducled by Ihe ninrltf ioiiinilltee of the MaiMli i i field two Mn John Ion Aoman K rluh Uliclor Ir mid Mrn CUIIMI I dmadi I hiiiinerH will iniihi huv lhi tytie and the iiurnlirT of ill noi but it h under i i r r rr ITLT who were nf the nf will WUIYwMN O L C U H It el perved an 1 prol In lioolrt Mrvlve o I ni recenl con Ihe if opIiiilienlH cdflehl hud Itvvd here Hie ceiilriil itl v i proponed holme lie roiidnr i I n TJdd III Clrvelaud wlllrli filled lo who hurt been j IriK I fie rumor nerved In the Civil War with O uti arreeiuetit lhal and O V I live AniericfiiiH are thriirinclpal lllllierH It IJIOrfl 1 v inn that 11 would over Hie number WOH t DC ul Ill the crowd Ililsi rnuni itiK and that the were hers of thrifty American to ilie brui produce ill lowest And their aims were Mii tnornliiK Menibeni nf Hie rnaikri cornrnJI lee nay that the xlor k of iirodnce ever offered Ml a loiiil curli market dlitplny at iilceii whirh were uiiiinutilly low Hold at i peck al TiTi biiltT it UL lottialoei il 1I eiTil i jjiiind and a Ol Hi Miceilleri li wee I ei ril i I Trofii Ll to e i 11 JMII r tn to carry off their rmrciianen while A IhirdliiK tlio Hcbool ronrtdR nnnni of MM Afra Ve I iiu nutbifled Ibe iimiorltv of he noorjitn whone Inloreiit In Ihe nami i Ohio will ineei made licr for yearn I dent Moort mild lodiiy J hlf In hlM 1 ami rave JIM Init talk on crlm cT A Is ti 1 Im I condll tomi nnd how I liev mav lo it II SI AKK WU K improved fnir 1iiuidiiillal i t f A T C C lriltl Hiring rerelvcd Moiirlny ruoiiilfii alt UlvY 110 jinjirared nn I lie pronLimne In thrt I ThJH rnjartettr Jnut an Jn record liavmr made two Al ihe tuini time Rv Aarott Am Ilviu 111 A lli nlic lrlpn on Ibe S S leriiixiitown nirri fruilH wtr and l Thai will a I v n in an lit pro 1 ern lo ha i niri ui I ind it bin party Thy vtid pro of and popular nurn Tlilfi tb York Ilr and thin evening to off pur wnile i wlll Sir John the full of lille f plaiforo who i Mjn loadrd to Hi further ftoli KI hav i ton ml MII ninlomit 1nte 1r h When rm e and finance lee I he Kuar prarliea Iv ever r r for was Kon and truck ho had el j worms 10 earlier scaHon Ilian at DENIES CHARGE n r i M eveulrlt un liar T riirujinl SCENT FIGHT IN Ipath frarlier srtHHon Ilian at any il WIP nn iirjniKirl The guarantee was M venlnK and all Klar a n tori of ihantaiiiua have been or It Irnpcssible i them What to do with the ntrwly ac for to appear qxired property ia the qneation con Garac koflta ftt I Ctomttas theni will after In tii e for tfl wifit ilrosE of fi B an eery Btore week T day entfrel the ARF IIP TODAY wlth tho over his and their in capturing the robbers Thf y are alHO accused of entering the home of fhariu Reed Holies are othir fc Ohio The mrrmberB of thft vuiur MI n tiiujiiji a III or i OJ enal E auMeL nave ii tn I every cUlrer of Man ACT ON r frnm heir could ee a IJI V AO I I W I tl hr rhe tniim niid JM Uln people Hi llrrie for K th A member of lh market committee of tlie WomanH rjub If ever tberi mark i firniKhed thli rnornini lixet ai and trial peop Am 2t A of j been nil niiij on i j lratire Mar HI e i all tickotfl sold up until toniirtt liarte of Inl oxir al on pleaded wjtj turnrid over U the city lie riieKy nnd lie en iv ail ami roiti Tho onrf the ft Erie rafrroaos ond ciry offirfila meet this afternoon at 2 oclock In tbe dtf hall to J of e Wwt Sfdo WfJUatf 4 NEW IDEA SPREADER The West 3Ide Millj plans drawn fry thrj Adv J inc for the of a rladuct in West Main Htrost to elfm tfrree GA8OLIME And Pnmp at special pric preliminary Tlie Went Side Milling Co Arlv Co school TimnAay Aoinist Two miles Kant of on road ETerybody Inrltad Adv PEARL Every woman them See bis thfa at HOUCKS SULPHUR VAfOR iaJ prices at 3f I Keimans 1 BATHS Main i Clears ap tke eafire FIREMAN WANTED The City 3er1ce Own i conduct an for a fireman For particular svs H Olne at Store Adv STRAW HATS All of our In c day only at Doosherty Xorth Mfl5 thiiHinRtfi and rTirnn wbirdi they out wanted inFplrinK TlioHe whose nre polonrd by antl talk nerl only our i riird to in wan found In biii to Adv n fo After ChmotMiqoa T at Emit Blda ttop I ASK THE GROCER FOfl AMSRI CAN BEAUTY BREAD AND LET Fine Clgsm Candy and lea Cream THE HOME POLKS ANSWER Adv AfWOCD8 TAXf DANCE DANCE DANCE hall end ay AniijM Ji FOLLIES HITB orrhriHtra of All In rnriii at poptMar r r Khret Adv 1 i r1 Tell me little The of My Tlir BELL PHONE Vrirnp ini cheap The Went Hide thorn at the f i Arnold Muhic North whon i Akr In rrfimmwi couri p7an rlofendant an Ytonslon jiimr 10 for flhnK an artrl crrHn Ll ihrrlati orlrixtlly Knl for tint hiH appearrl In an NAME ELECTRICIAN IN PIIIE DEPARTMENT NOTICE board and meet1 BfHy Boyles and eiy 12 cetrtu fc loaf t fr WJ W 11 a In I FOR RENT FOR SALE OR FUf of the CoOpiraUve Crystal NWH ED ROOM SIGNS TN SALE Spring 30 I AT THE INDEPENDENT OFFICE OnJ6rpr from tho I 0 O f BASKET PICNIC u thoH Arlv AUG 25 OAK KNOLL PARK jjamrrs nn kinrti j CITY TAX SCAB CO CALL 53 Ir the dnrj ini in Adv Kvirytrdy yourself EHRET8 DANCE th Kox Trot Adv Wod YOUR CHOICE Of any Straw Htvt in the ntore Komo jr at Hill 17K North Mill Btreet CIDHR MAKING At Myeri church mile Taxi IJcll of and Kridaya Arlv Daniel ippoini fd ai llnormin and electriiun In firo depaitmeni according to rnado tolay by Pirt j rhlof A II Burklo Williams oomj work Monday All In tho department have not bien filled Clilef AN EMBLEM Of your favorite lodgu Big showj iK of plnn lipd buttons charms prices nil thiK M I Criinnn Main Adv EVERY SLICE IS AMERIj CAN BEAUTY Adv   

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