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   Evening Independent (Newspaper) - September 22, 1921, Massillon, Ohio                                RESULTS The Indeperlent is the Medium Through Which West irn Stark County Can Always Have Its Wants Supplied THE EVEN THE WORLDS LATEST NEWS RECEIVED OVER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRES V FOR THE PAST 58 YEARS T11K NEWSPAPER OF MASSILLON AND VICINITY Vol XXXIV No 99 FINAL EDITION MASSILLON OHIO THURSDAY SEPTKMHKR Fair tonight Frjday TEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS HUNDREDS INJURED Troops and Volunteers Toil Through ed Slowly Re covers From Shock By Associated Press BULLETIN dead from yesterdays explosion which destroyed the Badisch chem ical plant at Opau continued today at approximately the total J number of persons Injured exceeds the first figures by a wide Already persons have received j treatment for injuries sustained i through thp explosion Bodies of the dead to the number of 850 had been recovered this morn ing Kiwanians Hear Law Explained The Massillon Kiwanls club linH its weekly meeting at the new Y W C A cafeteria Wednesday noon City Solicitor James K Willison ad dressed the club on the new traffic ordinance The address was fol lowed by an open discussion of the subject by members Mr Willison denied the report that first offenders violating the traffic laws are dismissed He saitl that first offenders were dismissed only when the facts of the case showed that the offense was a triv ial one not endangering life limb or property Copies of the new traffic ordinance were distributed by the Massillou Automobile club R E Randall led the singing of two new Kiwnnis songs Plans were completed for attend ing the state convention at Lima next week Wooster Road Resident Dies Of Heart U S PROBE ON I Fire At MAYENCE Germany Sept French troops and volunteer work i era toiled through the night in the ruins of the Bndisch Aniline Com j pany plant at Oppau where hundreds j of workmen wore killed by an ex plosion yesterday morning Esti mates of the number of dead ranged as high as early today More 200 bodies had been recovered j night and it was known that at i least persons were injured hy blast au was virtually swept away and the explosion hurled desolation over a wide district on the west hank of the Rhine between Mann helm and Frankenthal The shock was felt in towns 50 miles away There were men at or Firemen of No 1 fire department were summoned about 1 oclock Wednesday afternoon to extinguish a small blaze beneath an oven of the new Y W C A cafeteria corner of Charles and Factory streets De fective construction is said to have been the cause of tho fire Slight damage was done COUNTY PAIR TODAY to The CANTON Sept 22 Stark county folk were in tho good graces of the weather man Thursday He smiled upon them sent fair weather after turning on the rain all day Wednes day and as a result a record break ing crowd was attending the 27th annual fair and fall festival Ught harness steppers some of them the premiers of their ZANESVIljLE Sept tornado which swept duwi Main of this city Wednesday aft ernoon did property damage esti mated at injure persons hen jumped over She remainder ol the city and spout Us in rhe country That comparatively few jiersons were injured aJid none killed is due to the fact that a terrific rain storm Immediately preceded the tornado cending into business houses and hallways members of the noonday crowd going to and from lunch While the storm which hit this city lost its force just outside the city limits torrential rains in Ohio river and other eastern Ohio towns Wednesday worked heavy damage to property including transportation systems Loss Will Exceed The original estimate of property loss here will be exceeded because Investigation tonight shows Ihat ninny buildings which were un roofed wholly or In part were so shaken hy the wind that walls will have to be repaired in some cases rebuilt The storm came from the west A dark cloud was seen by pedestrians began to fall Then a roaring sound was heard and those who while running to shelter looked nt the sky saw a A moment later debris was flying through the air roofs were being lifted skyward and glass from windows was being dashed like hail to the pavement Tho storms path lay directly down street and serious damage was not worked In other parts of the city Trees were uprooted in tho resi dential districts hut property Peter died this morning of henrl tronhlo aftor nu illuoss of i throe months at his on j tho Wooator rontl Mr Runt rum to this country from Germany when la years of ago and has boon a resi dent of a Masillon and vicinity Bvrjr since Ho is survived by his widow Mrs Amelia a daughter Mrs Ro man Flury a son Charles Kuutz and a grand daughter Mrs John IglQstroom all of this city Tho funeral arrangements have not boon completed and will bo announced la ter Governor Condemns Organization As Subvers ive of American Ideals Cleveland American Le gion and Labor Acts By Associated Press WASHINGTON Sept was described as a complete agreo ment to clear up the Republican pat ronage row in Ohio was reached today at an hours conference be tween President Harding and Son ator Willis republican of that j Under tho agreement It Is under stood Senator Willis will withdraw his opposition to the nomination of Charles H Nauta ns collector of internal revenue for the Toledo dfs ftrlct nnd that a slate of other ap pointments acceptable to all groups of the party will be closed In tho i very near future Hy ABHocliited Press WASHINUTON SopL 22 Hign officials of tho Ku KluxKlan may no summoned to Washington for intoi rogatlon by tho dopnrlmout of AttorneyGeneral Dnugherty Indicat ed today Director Hums of tho de partments bureau of Investigation Mr Daughorty announced hail hueu instructed to set his agents at work on an Investigation of the Klana or ganization In various parts of tho country In connection with the posslhln summoning of Klati loaders to Wash ington tho AUornoyGeiiornl said tho of Justice had the au thority to summon any one and it was its policy in the course of Investigation to talk tho mutter over with persons Involved Tho nttornoygenornl said that any criminal prosecutions would for tho niost part bo matters of state laws unless there hud been some vlolu tlons of tho federal statutes through the UBO of the mulls to defraud There is no noorl lir tills country Mr Dougherty said for vigilance or ganizations Tho country does not need lie added any solfconstltuled Official Seeks Removal of Hump In Lake Street Humiliation of n hump In street oiuiRed by n bridge ovnr the iiiil is soiiKht by Councilman 1 10 M Coniiiclc who said today thai ho ON pooled to router with Urn county commissloiiors soon regarding plans for Its removal Councilman McConnlok also luis hoon In communication with the sin to department of public works nt Columbus and Indny ronolvod a lot tor from R 8 Smith superintend saying I hat tho state would linvn no objection to tho romovnl of thn hump provided n cvilvort worn conRtruoloi across tho rnnnl Superintendent Smith nald that tho dnpartment proforrnd tho cul vert pipes as pipes fiouonilly onused Ihe formation of mind burs nntl othor obstructions Superintendent Smith an Id tlin re quired clennmco of tho culvort ahovo the water feet would havo to hn only Many Reductions In Meat Prices Are Quoted Here GILLS NURSES Dr Charles H Mayo of the famous Mayo Clinic at Rochester Minnesota says tho nursing union him come to he tho most autocratic closed shop In tho In an authorized Interview tu the Pictorial Rovlow for October in which ho calls for Biibnuraofl to rollovo tho acuto shortage Dr IO contended a well organized lcPrtmerit of justice to enforce the rctleral am well organized state i authorities to tho several ENROLLMENT AT HIGH SCHOOL 678 tho laws of negligible Tho most serious dam ago done on the main occurred Immediately after the blast every means of rescuing in jured and bringing out the were utilized but several mnor ex Bown Down Grtat clouds of chemical fumts hung over the ghastly scene of ruin and the first men to the rlace An investigation of the has been ordered by tho authorities NEWLY ELECTED NEW YORK STOCKS p m Allls Chalmers 31 SENA TOR PRAISES 5 HARDING REGIME was In good condition considering the weather Pour events were on the card for the afternoon session Cancellation of the races Wednesday afternoon prevent possible loss of life Elecl because of the rain will add a race power and light service was a day to the pragramme for the three Paralyzed for several hours remaining days of the fair making I Tno tornado proper passed through an extra large field of starters ho street at almost STOCK MARKETS Reported by the KuhnsDatclielor Snlvely of Canton the 1SI211922 school torm is 178 students or 102 moro than a your ago according to enrollment figures announced today by H R Oorroll organization to define and Mayo charges that loaders of uie laws for American eltlzonit H nursing havo carried inotlKidH too fur ami with too high a hand and In doing thin have defeated their own purpose for they havo lost sight of tho rwil Impulse of their alleviation of tho pain of the world Ministra tion to Uio sick nnd Uie dying can not bo hound by laws Thoy are tbo dlvino right of tho poor thn rich A prohibitive t bo put uprui thom what tho nurses aro dnlug services IH malting proper j Governor Hyde declared that Mas or i sons havo no connection with thn j organization and wnut nolliliiir to do with ST LOUIS Sept 22 Gov ernor Arthur M Hyrlo condemned Ku Klux Klan us an organisation be fore 600 Iodgo members of A tho Grand IIH hn vora nf of So oi tho tlmt wall as ca n Ton minutes During the high fire alarms Rfero j answering one of station was hurlod roof of tho Grand Uin three firemen Injured wind throe false sounded While he calls a motor Hamilton avenue under tho falling theater None of on tho truck was Rethlehem Steel By Associated Press SOCORRO N Sept menting on his election as United Slates Senator by n plurality of about K O Buraum Republi can today said I attribute this victory to the approval of the con structive business policy of President The people have faith that Harding administration will speed up the return of prosperity throughout the NEW DRINKING FOUNTAIN READY Thirsty Pedestrians need no longer wonder why Masslllon does not hare a drinking fountain For this morn ing a new fountain installed In Bast Main street at City Hall park by the Service department was turned on The fountain will flow continu ously thereby insuring persons a cool drink even if only H M FIRESTONE HEADS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Special to Tho Independent CANTON Sept X Firestone WM elected chairman ol the county commissioners at tho or ganization meeting of the board members announced Wednesday His election was provided by law which directs that the short term member shall be the board chair man I California Petroleum Canadian Pacific 111 Cent Leather 28Vs i Chandler 12i Corn 75 Cuban Cane Sugar i Crucible Steel Erie i U S Food Products lOVj Gen Motors 10 Vi Goodrich Kennleott Copper 20 Industrial Alcohol 4GV5 Int Nlckle 13VA Inspiration 33 Int Paper Steel 41 Marine Certificates pref Mexican Petroleum Mid X Y Centra Pennsylvania Pitts Coal Pierce Oil Punta Alegro Republic Steel Rubber U Southern Studebaker 74 St Paul Union Pacific Utah Copper 49 U S Steel 7514 do preferred Westinghouso 44 25A CHEVROLET 1922 All models see them at the Fair this week Batht Garage Adv BIO REDUCTIONS On all Rings Watches and Dia rnoadfi during our Birth Annual Sale M I Neimans Jewelry Store lit street Ad 100 25 VB 6Vi 274 5174 48 Washington High School Classes Elect Officers Class officers for tho ensuing year were elected at recent meetings of the sophomore junior and senior classes of Washington High school Thoso elected to offices in thn son lor class are Glenn Lucas presi dent Helen AToyer vicepresident ftfary Stahl secretary and Ruth Bon der treasurer Junior class officers are Junior Conrad president Joseph Hass vicepresident Myron Fasnacht sec retary and Wilfred Mayor treasurer Sophomore class officers are Wil bur Mollet president William Mun sey vicepresident Bdwiua PratL secretary and Robert Bocrner uror and girls Though the largo increase In at tendance has caused considerable congestion nocossltntlng tho UBO of throe class rooms in two portable erected during the summer tho teaching staff as statistics show that large percent of a Indents en rolled a year ago havo returned The number of freshmen shows an Increase of but 25 over figures of n year ago There aro approximately 250 now students Sept 22 World j war veterans and members of or v iganlzod labor Joined forces today for 1 organized drive to stamp out tho Is n Hlmck Klux Klan In Cleveland Conlos B lndlctlnontof I1lf3 Profixmlon and I cannot hellevn that Iho nurson in IH mod era to clrcuiniiUincos In addition tholr domands an to IIOUTH and ruguhitiouH can not bo mot In If tho hospllalH nro to mlllllll1 tholr K1 HltindardH of orvlco ndorBliiiid Lluit lu nonin LulH llavo Is n Hlmck of a resolution condemning the prin ciples and activities of tho Klnn adopted nt a mooting of tho Cuyahoga council of tho Amerlcal Log Ion last night will bo rushed to Mio volvod were heartily In uympiithy with thorn They must havn boon misled by tho agitation of or two malcontoutn nud Supposing that doctors rtlionld go on Tlie tlioiight IH no ap OIL WOEKEES MAY JOIN STRIKE KtiUo legion convention nt Toledo M Mondny by members of tho Clewi land delegation The Clovolanil K thnn ll Hrike Thoro Fedoratlon of Labor according toro with thn union becoming i men Secretary John G Owens will use every legitimate menus of ARHuclatOfl LOS Sept lo cnls of tho Oli Workers of tho In ternational union in Southern Cali fornia representing men voted to strike in sympathy with tho cotinty oil ileld strikers BOND MARKET The following quotation furnishm by Iho United Security company of Canton show the market position of leading bonds listed on the York Stock Exchange and New Curb at noon today Bonds Did Anker D S of Brazil 8s Oovt of Fr Rop SSIs Republic of Chile 8s flSA Govt Switzerland Ss JOfiM Kingdom of Belgium 8s 101 DaniHh Consolidated Municipal WOMAN HURT Urn Harry Patterson of Ilowdil fiustnlnod aovnre cuts about this fand WftdnRsday evrsnlng when an automobile in which she was riding with her husbnnd crashed into an othor machine belonging to Glenn II is timo for the public to co operate ngalnst It The educational standards for registration of inirsos anwot ilowu hy tho nursing hoards of tho vari ous Htatos havn gone beyond all rea Any IntelllKont girl can I In two years all thj knowledge nnc osHfiry for tho tlinrmiKlily conipo j lent nurso I know thai In my work j I novor have to ask any mimo do anything which nho could not IKIVO learned how to do In two years train ing Hut an MVH nf inost nlntofi demand high school INGATHERING FOE HOSPITAL SEPT 28 Ingathering day will he hold at the Massillon City hospital Wednes day September 28 It was announced today hy Mrs J M Lester of the 108 V2 103A 101 VI board of lady managers of tho instl tutlon On that day members of tho i board will be on duty at the hospital STOCKS Wright Martin bid 3 asked 5 RUBBER STOCKS Firestone bid 50 asked 60 preferred 83 Goodyear bid 10 asked preferred bid 27V4 Bsked 29Vi Miller bid 45 asked 5R preferred bid 70 PUBLIC UTILITIES Cities service common 118 Preference B 4 Debenture 78 S2 COME IN AND SEE Our 26pIece chest Rogers Silver ware for if I Xelman s ewelry Store Bast Mai natreet I ablns Jams jellies apples and other delicacies j The hospital has no fund for the 1 purchase of said Mrs Lester today and must depend upon tho public for Its supply Ail gifts will be greatly 120 44 EYES EXAMINED GlaEses fitted repair work also giv en prompt attention WM J Wenzinger OPTOMETRIST OVER EAST OHIO GAS CO Adv Lever movement octagon case special at our Sixth An nual Sale M I Xelmans Jewelry 3tore East Main street Adv Berlos A Rerie B Cerro fie Pasco 8s Standard Oil Cal 7s X W Hull Tel 7s Western Union 614s No 1 Pac Or Nor Jt 102 Can Xor Ry 6As 101 fid Tk Ry of Can IB 102 Chic X W 7s 102 Penna Ry 6V4s CURB BONDS Corp Exp Assn 8s 192S 102 Od Tk Ry Can Stand Oil K Y 7s 1925 102V4 do 102 do 1927 102V4 do 1928 102 do 1929 103 VI do 1930 103 do 1921 104 Vacuum Oil 7s 102 Ohio Power 90 Jin 101 2 101 103 IWk lOlt 10 3 Vi 101 vs 103 102Vi JOHi 302U 102 102 102 103 i i uurji standing nlog tlie ciirh in fCast Main strnnt wnal of Pino street Mrs Patterson was cut by flying glass Chief of Police Uommnr who investigated the accident took the woman to Dr S WUIJams tvhore her Injuries worn dressed Patterson was driving nt ihn tlmo of I lift accident rioth Mrs wore dam aged MAN WANTED lr Tho CANTON Sopt HERE ARRESTED Police here Thuralay holding John Popas of Canton who Is wanted in Massii lon for larceny Jfe arresitod by Oeorgo A Rltchoy follow ing a telephone communication from police 105 102li 85 YOUTH WHO LEFT HOME IS SOUGHT Police today were notified of the j disappearance of Otto Harding 12 yoarold son of Mr and Mrs Homor j Harding of Hobb avenue who has bfjrjn missing from his homo since Wednesday morning Tho youth loft home yesterday to go to school ac cording to Polico reports and failed to return COAL DELIVERED per ton DresslerShepley Co Belt 37W Arlv LADIES WRIST WATCHES 15Jewe Lever movement round case special at our Sixth An nual Sale M I Xeimans lewHry Store Main Btreet Adv FISH AND OYSTERS Received fresh dally Dandy variety for Friday 8 8COTT CENTRAL MARKET HOUSE Bell 754 We Deliver State 146 Adv BAGGAGE and light hauling Day and Xight erviee Call Bell 71 Adv and thrno years training for tho reg istered niirMO the only way lo olr cumvniH thom Is by training sub or nursing nlds who will ac srnallor pay whosn demands are not no iml who will be pro flciriiit rjiidugh to take Iiold alinosl any case proannlol to Scvnn dolliirs t day for an hour day IH rncrrc thnn it Is prohibitive II nusiins that In cases nf dfinporoiiH rllflnnso whoro constant nkliful rare and watchlni aro Mir of thrt patients throo nurnos rniiKl b cm ployed at a dally cost of twontyono dolars a day Tlow I tuik can the man and woman of average means afford to pay such charges Thoy cnn not rio It Nelthrtr can tho hos pitals If they wish to koep opon tholr floors Good nurses aro bom Thoy aro not mnrfe any moro than good ste nographers or good writers or good lawyers nre marie Education helps but it a girl has all the education In tho world and the best of secre tarial training and yot lacks manual dexterity and sound business sonso sho will not make a good stonogra phftr All tho training In tho world will not mako a good nurse of a girl who always thinking about herself and whoso heart does not go out to ward suffering NumwoiiH reductions In tho retail and wholesale prices of moats were quoted hy locnl denlors today Tho wholesale prices of dressed cuttle nnd live nnd dressed hogs dropped nncl woro sovornl docllnos In rotull prices declines In the roln II price of pork woro recorded during tho pnst wook Tho wlinloaalo price of cattle droysed dropped from 13 and 15 cents a pound to 11 nnd 14 cents a pound Livo hogs aro bringing eight contn a pound a reduction of two cents Dressed they nro bring ing 12 cents a pound compnred with yesterdays quotation of cents A drop of throo to live cents on bfcof ronst wus It Is now soil in K at 22 and 25 cents a pound Round steak dropped from 38 to 35 cents a pound and sirloin stoixk is rotulllug nt 38 cents having dropped from 40 cents Sweat and sour apples were In abundance on tho locnl market Sour upplos nold at five cents a pound Sweet apples were offered at 30 to 40 cents a pock The fish supply both fresh and milt plentiful with prices of last week holding firm ALLEGED BOARD BILL JUMPER IS BROUGHT BACK IS IMPORTANT Evidence Presented Maj Cause Reduction of Charge of Murder and Give Com edian Freedom By Press SAN FRANCISCO Sept preliminary henring of Roscoe Fat ty Arbucklo held in connection with tho death of Miss Virginia Rappe before Judge Lazarus occu Plod the attention of all connected with tho case today Men were ex cluded from the hearing under an order Issued last night the authori ties ruling that as Judge Lazarus court Is a womans court room no in on except witnesses courtofficials nnd newspaper reporters should be admitted Tho prosecution will en deavor to prove at the hearing Dis trict Attorney Matthew Brady has announced the contention that Tamos Rogers arrested In Mans Mold ou a charge of jumping n hourd bill horo wns brought back to Mus Hillou today by Chief of Poticts Dom nior who wont to Manaflold early to dny NO TRACE OF WOMAN CASE IS CONTINUED of Uio myntory which nlill nnsliroudH Iho disappearance a week HJO of Mrs family of South JCrlo streot hnarlng of a charge of lisordorly conduct filed against hor In Municipal court wan ordered con luliind today when thn case camo be fore ludgo Kaloy for Trlnl of tho cafw originally sot tor liiHt TburBclny but n short tlmo be foro pollen wero notlHod that Mrs bonz had loft hor homo otirly that moruiriK and could not bo found According to polloo she ban now liron nilHHlng for n weok Efforts aro lining made to looato hnr and tho CUSP probably will bo continued unj til her whereabouts arc dliicovorcd Virginia Rappe Films Ordered Barred Today LOS gcpf First National Film Exchanges wore ordered today lo withdraw all tllmti from exhlhlLlon In which appeared Virginia Uanpe the ict rosK wlioso death Roscoe Ar bucklo Is held nt Sun Francisco on a chiifKo of murder it was an nciimced here today Thirty Uo exhibitors are repre sented lu Hie action Former Resident Dies In Canton Mrs Caroline Wagner 7i widow of tho Into Henry W Wag ner of this city died Wednesday fif Iho residence of hnr son J M BnrRold of Canton with whom if had lived during tho past year Dnsldns hor son Iwo stcpdaugh torK Mrs Mnyrno Rllory of Marlon and Mrs Volmn Millor of tills city two fYank and lOlmor Wag nor of Mils city and two sisters Mrs lyoulso Holland of Chicago and Mrs Christine Kellor of this oily survlvo Tho funnrnl arrangements have not boon completed and will be an nounced attacked Miss Rappo In hif Hullo of rooms in the hotel St Fran els September and caused injur ins which resulted In hor dentil four days hitor Tho complulnt charging murder nnd uudor which Arbuckle has beaii hold without was sworn to by Mrs 13 M Dulmont friend of Miss Ruppc and one of those who attend ed tho film comedians party Brady said ho believed the preliminary hearing would occupy at least days Tho prosecution will take a Ht tie over a day to put in its testi mony ind expect tha defense to lake about us he said Tho preliminary hearingwill be hed on n charge of murder but it IB within tho dincrcMon of IiidgeLaz nruH to x tho degree of crime he belleven Arbuckle to be guilty of un der tho evidence Arrangements were made to open tho bearing at 1 p m NBW YORK Sept Sherman motion picture actor ques tioned today by District Attorney Swan at tho request of District At torney Brady of San Francisco ex pressed willingness to return to Sun Francisco when nodded for the trial of ROHCOB Arbuckle Sherman was located bore after eluding detectives who Bought him on a train which brought him from Chicago yesterday MIWEEVA MAN SHOT TO DEATH NEAR HIS HOME SEE MUHDER IN DEATH OF THKEE by selfsacrificing BLOOMFIELD FURNITURE MAKERS OF HAPPY HOMES ADV OLD MENGLEWOOD COAL frco from ash sulphur clinker Order to insure delivery First come first served Ihono W A SonnhaHer Bell Ohio State 327 Over Corner Main and Erie Adv Prona ST LOUIS Sept bodies of throo men believed to havo been murriorod were found within a fow mlloM of finch othor In southern Illi nois last night by crews of Missouri Pacific railroad trains Two of the men wore army uniforms Polico be liovo rohhery wan the motive and aa sort the triple murder occurred on tho name frnight train FOR SALE et lowest possible price for quick sale two pool tables In good condi tion Y W C A Beatty Block Bel phono 978W Bread 10 cts a loat and 3 for 25 cts Billy Boyles Cash and Carry Special to The Sopt 22 William Staub prominent resident of Miner va was shot to death Wednesday night near his homo His lifeless body was found In a lumber yard a short distance off the main the village Robbery was the motive officials say ft was known that he generally carried a considerable sum of money but when his body was found the pockets were empty and his watch was missing Deputy Sheriffs KIrTc and Gibson went to the village to make an in ofltlgatlon Coroner McQuate is also working on the case U R K P NO 73 TJ R K P and K will hold a dance Friday Sept 23 Grojean Rsehl Novelty orchestra Adv GUARANTEED B F GOODRICH RED SOLE RUBBERS On Sale Friday and Saturday 89o 69c Childrens 67e BOSTON SALVAGE CO Adw DANCE DANCE DANCE at Wenzels Academy Friday eve ning Osbornes Orchestra W A Wenzel Adv a   

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