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   Evening Independent (Newspaper) - October 1, 1921, Massillon, Ohio                                The ludapealent la ths hiedium Through Which Weit ern Stark CountyCan Always Have Its SuppHsd THE THE WORLDS LATEST NEWS RECEIVED OVER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRES PAST 58 YEARSTHE NEWS PAPER AND VICINITY J s f V i i Fair tonight and probably Sunday slightly warmer night and In south portion Sun Vol XXXIV No 107 FINAL EDITION MASSILLQN OHIO SATURDAY OCTOBER EIGHT PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS PLEDGE AID ENFORC LIQUOR LAW ACTION IS TAKEN HUMAN WILL RETIRE Laymen Attending Church Conference Pledge Support I to AntiSaloon j Moke Plea to Methodist Voters GETS INJUNCTION AGAINST CHURCH Senator Carroll Page of Vermont will retire from thoSenate on the completion of his present term The Laymens association of the NorthEast Ohio conference of the Methodist Episcopal church in sion in conjunction with the annual ministers of the today adopted a resolution pledging themselves to renewed and ued efEorts In the work of the Antlj Saloon so that the reform effective end that the supremacy of may ba made absolutely and fully the law may be As part of the resolution they will urge voters of Methodist churches in the NorthrEast conference number ing approximately to vote only for candidates who can be re lied upon to enforce the law regard less of political Copies of the resolution will be sent Attorney General Daugherty Governor Senators Pomerene and Willisand representatives in congress from this territory A resolution congratulating the country on the approximation al n ready made to the complete arid final benate to Limit Debate UCtO destruction of the liquor traffic was 14lTanfifipnrihn nf passed They commended the oftiDer 01 cers of the nation and state for their Peace Pacts Seen by Mid determination to enforce obedience 71 to the laws prohibiting the Uiquor lie 01 traffic The association recommended Sunday November 6 and November 11 as days of prayer f or the accom plishment of world disarraament and the success of confer ence on Armistice Day at Washlng ton A similar resolutionwas passed several by the ministers Resolutions also were passed re to the of pledges for Rob Conrad Hardware Store Friday Mas sillon Lumber Companys Office But Secure Noth ing Burglars wero active in JMassillou Friday evening two local business places being broken into according to reports received today by policu the past two days three rob berlea and one holdup have been re ported to police a robbery and hpld j up being staged Thursday night Places entered Friday night wers i the S A Conrad Co Hardware store in East Main street and the OF TOES office rif the Masaillon Lumber com pany In clay street The loot of tha burglars In the hardware store rob bery consisted ot five revolvers J2 cases of knives and In cash ac cording to reports received by police Nothing of any value was secured In the lumber company office The highwayman entered the Con rad Hardware store from the rear Two window panes wero broken out ot a rear door permitting the rob bers to gain entrance to the store They then attempted to pick a lock on the door to the office but failing in this broke In a window and then opened the lock from the inside The loot it ia said was secured from UK Desks in the office o the Massillon Lumber companys office were ran Backed by the highwaymen hut noth ing was found missing early today police reports said The robbers also made an attempt to steal an auto mobile which is kept near the otflee but failed Hard to Get Jury to Try Her for Murder i By Associates Preas WASHINGTON an leaders looked for senate ratifi cation or Uio with Austria and Hungary about the middle ot this month as a result of an agreement to begin limi tation of debate on October 14 Be support of the centenary and I JflnnlngTorithatdate senators will hbenevolences of the church ite Urnited in debate and The at their business I consideration of reservations will be session this morning adopted a reso restricted to 1Q minutes The pro Jution endorsing a bill which has gramme was arranged an RECEIVER IS FOR LOCAL FIRMS Special to The CANTON Oct 1 W S Adama was appointed by common pleas court this morning receiver for the property of tho Kendai Tire Rub Mrs Augusta E Stetson former ly first1 reader of the First Church of Christ Scientist of Now York and who was excommuriiontod from it ubout ten years ago lineoh trtlncd temporary injunction to prpvont Lhe anil Its trustees from removing a four foot orna mental iron fence which now stands between her tho church building and to also prevent the bui Idingof garage which would ho in tho nature of a spite fence fifteen feet high Presents Colors to Canton Post of American Legion on Soldier Compensation Spoolnl to Tho CANTON Oct 1 Govornoi liarry L Davis anrt Brig John H McQuigg called upon electors of Ohio to give tho soldiors a squaro doul by voting for ndjusted compon Bation when thoy enino horo Friday to participate In iv coromouy by whioii Uio Masonic fraternity of Canton presented I o Cniiton Post of ilio Amorlcnn n stnnd of col ors Governor Davis inado tho presen tation and Gcnornl McQulgs nccoptod on bohalf of tho votorans Bach spoko eloquently of tho occas ion hut fnlrnoBs to tho former serv ice raon was tho thomo of each Tho oxorclsos hold in tho Audi tbrluiu followed n dinner glvon hy tho Masonic orders for tho mombors of tho legion At tho snmo timo Gov ernor Davis arid McQulgg wero guests of a number of promin ent Masons and after tho dinner n reception wns hold ig tho Courtlanr Hotel the veterans parading thoro to pass in reception line heforo tho governor Only those who woro clftckors In tho war aro now opponing tho moaa uro by which the stato proposes to pay each veteran 10 for each montl in service Dnvis nald Fooling ot tho gonortU public is as strong now ns during tho war that tho stnto can do nothing too good for tho rnon who nindo up her army ho declared MffiM the American Minute Men to prevent ied kite yesterday after leaders in the appropriation of public funds for charse of the nntibecr bill had ex sectarian schools Action was taken to place 17 min pressed confidence that this measure would not be sidetracked as a result Isters on the retired list Ministers Consideration of the tax revision who church are B V Aalt ot Bellaire Thom as Wood of Cleveland H W Ken Rubber company Massillon Tho action was taken on a petition filod by the First National bank of Louis ville V Associated Press LONDON Oct today filled with hopes that a seLi angles CONFERENCE II MEET ASK LOWER PRICES Conference Urges States and Cities to Push Forward Construction Work to Aid Unemployed Revived by court activities from nciVouBnoss which haa boon appar ent during her days Incarceration Mrs Ijydiu Southard showed the sparkle of her old vivacity whan she appeared in court s Sho la charged with tho murdar of tour husbands nnd of tho brother ot one of thorn RELEASE SUSPECTS IN MURDER CASE By AsaocliUort Irens FRANCISCO Oct federal Inquiry into tlcment of tho Irish problem would follow the meeting of tho British cabinet members and the represen retire after many years ot i ho expected to he notes given by the arch work of illness 8ome time next week in order to hank says its claims give opportunity for debate on the treaties Under such ah arrange riedy of Cleveland J L Shunk ofment t Sa expected that night ees sions will be uinecessary to eipe Alliance W J Keyes of Cleveland E Bowers of Gambler W J Du hadway of Danville M W Recce of Bast Liverpool A W Harris of Brilliant R M of Apple Creek R of Seville W B Slutz of Ravenna H W Barker of Boston university Pearson chaplain In the United States army and Charles Simpson Mr Dnhadway of Danville Is the oldest member of the clergy In the conference and will retire after 50 years of active service Mr Shunk of Alliance has been actively en gaged as professor of Greek at Mfc Union collegefor 48 years The Rev W B Bancroft of Colum bus a member of the general council of the benevolent board said that hut 90 of the 486 charges in the con ference had paid in full their cen Senary fund pledges The Canton district in which the two local churchea are enrolled showed the highest per cent of paid pledges Thn First Methodist and Wesley Methodist churches of this city and the churches of Canton n ad Alliance have passed their but the rural churches have fallen abort Tho quotaof the NorthEaat Ohio conference of the national total of la Of thte amount haa been paid leaving to be raised The per cent of the anotas raised by each district is as followc Akron 92 BarnesvIHe 75 Cambridge 77 Canton 98 Cleveland 75 Mansfield 94 Korwalk 80 BteubenvlIIe 73 Wooater 83 and Youngs town 87 Tho conference board stewards reported that collections in the churches for retired ministers of tha conference totaled A Joint meeting of the ministers laymen and older boys was held at 11 oclockIn the First Methodist cfanrch The boys were a wel come by Bishop Anderson J Scott Demtt of Steabmville newly elect ed president of the boys organiza tion responded Brief talks were given by the ministers and laymen urging cooperation In church work The names of men who will be ad milted to full membership In the conference after two years WHAT WHERE WHEN AT THE CONEEEENCE Continued on Page 2 Column 6 WHILE ITLASTS Geod grade Nut and Slack coal net ton delivered The Ever hard Go Adv CHOCOLATE COVERED BUT TIR CRBAMS 689 PER POUNDAT THK MABSILLON DRUG lite treaty actioji The programmes for the remainder of the Methodist conferencesare as ollows MINISTERS CONFERENCE p of the 3pard of John H Seaton of the Commission on Social Daniei Marsh Jrtufltc by Epworth League Chor us of Wesley SUNDAY a W Anderson The bank claims due on natives ot Sinn Fein Ireland In this C1L October ll The prompt re ply from Eamonn DeValera accept were by mortgages on machinery and equipment A judgement on the note mg Prime Minister Lloyd Georges is asked Tha plant has been operating for sometime under lease to the Fidelity Tire and Rubber company of Chi cago Invitation to tho conference and the concilliatory tone of 4110 latest ex changes between London and Dub lin seemed to promise that ont of the conference would come an agree ment which would solve a problem which has proved a stumbling block for statesmen of the Brit ish nation NATIVE OF CITY the source of the llrjuor drunk at tho party in the Hoto given hy Hoacoo Arhjickla which Miss Virginia Rappe IR by Stato to have Buffered fatal Injury were at tho foro today fn aomo quarters interest In possible federal grandjury action overshadowed that in tho manslaughter al ready laid against Arbucklo In con nection Vlth Miss Rappos death Robert H McConnack special as sistant to the attorney gnneral of tho United announced last night that he Boon would make com plaint against on the charge of bavinc IntoVlcatlnff liquor unlawfully In his possession Such a complaint could be made the basis of grand Jury action Br Associated P INDIANAPOLIS Oct 1 By overwhelming vote the convention of the United Mine Workers ot Amer IN ARRANGE LOCAL LECTURE COURSE News of the death Friday evening at 5 oclock in Canton of Mrs Frank j I McCliire 76 of North Wnlnnt Governor Henry J Xlltm of Kan will Jo tho hOidllner of the ica today adopted President John L i CaneonfWifQ of L L McClure of j Redpath lecture conrne to bo preeont lo TTin CANTON Oct hold In tho investigation which followed I ho murder of 1r O C Walkor in Alliance woro rolouBOil Friday af ter an all day innuiry hy Sheriff Cn thon nnd other county and Alliance officials A man nnd a woman both drug addicts taken into custody shortly after tho physician was found shot to death wnrofound to havo no con nection with tho killing A federal drug Inspector also found no ground Examiners Keport Says Por tion of Entertainment Fund Was Used to Pay for Automobiles By Annocfatod COLUMBUS Oct 1 Findings totaling are made Warden T H Thomas of Uio Ohio Penitentiary In tho long delayed re port of ntnto oxnminors mmlo public today by State Auditor Tracy The report covers R period from February 11 iniG to May 21 1921 Findings for holding them on any chargo of j tuo warden Include ln violating nnrcotlcH luws Another man to whoso homo blood hounds followed a trial from tho scono of tho murder wan complete ly exonerated Full investigation showed thnt ho could havo had no part In tho murder and offlclala rmld that if tho dogs followed tho right trail It wan left by another rnan who happened to poes tho suspects homo In his night payments on automobiles paid out of the state penitentiary entertain ment fund These payments accord ing to tho warden woro authorized by the state board of administration but no documentary evidence exists according to tho official action by the board to that offoct Another finding Is one forftVprbfits not accounted for In the tobacco Dy Associated Press WASHINGTON Natioiial Conference on ment adjourned until October 10 at tor completion of an omergency gramme for immediate relief of the nations involuntary idle subcorn mttteos of the conference wore pre pared to resume sessions today to frame recolmnondallons for a per manent unemployment policy as well as suggestions for speeding the re turn fo normal in business and In dustry These will be before the full conference when It reconvenes 10 days henco for adoption of a per manent policy Outstanding among tho conclusions announced by the conference ln the emergency pro gramme adopted on reconvening tordny was that tho unemployment emergency must bo treated primar ily OB a community problem with the responsibility of leadership in its solution resting on the mayort It speclQctaily recommended ap pointment of emergency committeeii ropreaontlng the various elements r of tho community to establish pub lic employment agencies coordinate distribution of work and among other things prevent uncoordinated solicitation of relief funds Resumption of normal business activity was hold to be largely de pendent on readjustment of levels and to this endthe confer once urged all producers manufac turors and wholesalers to base prices oii replacement values in terms of efficient producing and distributing t plus reasonable States and municipalities were urgod In the emergency programme to carry forward all public works improvements and repairs to tho fullest possible volume and liefed eral authorities to expedite construc tion of nil public works coverodby existingappropriations Disagreement by some of the dele gates with the conference unemplo monl estimates of about bused onpayrolls led to a prolong ed debateon the Question yesterday and rosultefl ina compromise onan Indefinite figure of between 000 and persons PROTEST NEW WORKING TERMS VISITING PASTOR IS KNOWN HERE NEW YORK Ocl thousand longshoremen and chock UIOHO In attendance at the ors walked out today in protest Ohio conference of tho against now working terms agraotl Mothodlst church Is the Rev Mnt upon rncnntly hy TransAtlantic j thow Moses who before his retlre mm 0 S URMS PU Lewis recommendation to postpone Canton and a aister of Mrs Anna L and Elders and the Consecration Deaconesses p of theEHIz abeth Reavie Mission p Service G H Blrney p of the Epworth W B J Oratz MONDAY a Hour of Proph George HughBirney 900 a Sesslosi OLDER BOYS CONFERENCE Sunday Methodist church of Young Peoples department in Sunday exer cises period Morning worship sermon by Bishop William F And erson luncheon serv ed in Wesley church Brief address by Dr W J Davidson of the Com mission on Life Service until neit February the formulation of demands to be made by the miners Hlgginbotham of West Main street I In negotiating for now wage agree1 this city was received by relatives mentg to supplant agreements with operators that expire next March i1 DEIYES ATJTOMOBILE WHILE UTTOXICATED hereFriday evening Mrs McClure wna horn and Hved in Masaillon until ahe wan over 30 years of age moving at that time to Canton Besides her husband she cd school nuditorinm high will bo pre Btoamshlp and tho national The district council of tho Interna tional longshoremans association announced that it had not author ized the strike October 21 by Tho a violin cello and piano trio The second number will The Chapel November 4 working agreement drawn up last wnok provlrtod for a reduction In wages nffoctlvo today TrjsBie Iflabol Christian and her Novem company win appear on survived by five daughtersand j bor 23 This mimber will bq follow AP inn two sons The funeral will take cd by the lecture by Henry J Ut 1UUJ plaoo Monday Olllo Danner arrested Friday charged with driving an automobile while Intoxicated pleaded guilty when arraigned In municipal court today and was fined and wwtrv by Judge AN Kaloy Gilbert Porter colored Charged with driving his horse and wagon through a funeral procession Friday pleaded guilty and was and costs LOCAL KAUS Mrs Ann Dnnbar 83 died this morning at the residence of her WHILE IT LASTS Good grade Slack coal net ton delivered The Ever hard Co Adv NEED SILVERWARE WATCH FOR THE SALE AD MONDAY NIGHT THE IDEAL ADV BUSY BEE SPECIAL Saturday only fresh home made Peanut Brittle 25c POTATOES BUB Homo grown first quality Order now to insure delivery aa the supply will be limited J A Kracker 703 Third street Bell 1228R Adv daughter Mrs Moses Monsop 917 High avenue NV W Canton after an illness of several months She la survived by three eons j Thomas Robinson of Bowdil Henry Dunbar of Maflsillon and Hobert Dunbar Canton and two daughters Mrs Agnes Lowdy and Mrs Moses Mosaop both of Canton The fnneraJ win be hold Monday afternoou at 1 oclock at the resi dence of Mrs Mossop In Canton and Interment will be made In the New man Creek chapel at BowdiJ j Quip OTirion known as the TCIbort 1 Hnbbarrl of today who lecturefl on jail present day problems will be j hero January 11 Tho National i QuarlPt first of all miinlclflnn bill ftntfirtalners as well will appear March n The last number will bo a play to ho produced March by the Mas Billon High School Dramatic Good WHfLE T LASTS grade Nut and Slack coal SUGAR BOWL SPECIAL Freab Home Made Chocolate Nut Lady Fingrera 28c Saturday only Adv net ton delivered hard Co Adv The Ever Two ANNOUNCEMENT buesea to Golden Jubilee j COAL DELIVERED per ton I DresslerShepley Co Bell 37W iAdv SATURDAY CANDY SPECIAL At the Sugar Bowl fresh home Chocolate Nut Lady FJngerfl 28c Ib Adv CHOCOLATE COVERED BUT Canal Fulton Sunday morning iTER CREAMS 59c PER POUND AT October 2 Adv THEMAS6ILLON DRUG DANCING FROM TO12 Comnienclng Saturday night wo will hold our Tfeek end parties Satur day of each week Special prices for admission per couple 30c Extra Gent 80c Extra 25c Tax included GroJeanReehl Novelty orchestra Checking Free W A last year StrutB club and Tho opening scat Bale for the conrae win be held In Uio auditorium October 8 NOTICE The annual meeting of the Mas aillon Cemetery Association for tho election of two directors for a period ofthree yeara will be held on Mon day October 3 at p In National BankAll lot owners are Invited to be present Fred H Bnyder President H H Snyder Secretary Adv CANDY SPECIAL Fresh Home MadePeanut Brittle 2c Jb ftt the Busy Bee Confection ery Saturday only Two ANNOUNCEMENT busses to Golden Tnbllee Canal Fniton Sunday morning October MARKET PRICES ARESTATIONARY Market prices made no change to day During the week the prices of butter and oggn mado a slight ad vnnoo while the price of ham drop ped two crjtitn WEATHEE FOE COMING WEEK interjment from tho active ministry on ac count ot age hold pastorates In thin district Mr Mosos now spendB his time bntweon St Petersburg and tho neighborhood ot Johnstown where he has many relatlvns In 1892 the late John O Warvlck thon congressman from this district hold a competitive nramlnation in Masslllon for appointment of n cadet to Wost Point Edmund A Jones then superintendent of tho Masail Ion schools being one of tho board of BxnmlnerB which resulted in the appointment of ffeorge W Moses n slndont at Mount Union college am of the Jlov Matthew Moses the then pastor of tho Methodist church nl Greentown In this county Cadet Moses was graduated from West point In 1896 and was com missioned a second lieutenant of cav WASHINGTON Oct prediction for week beginning Mon of Great Lakes Cool and generally fair but with a prob ability of showers about Thursday Fronts probable DANCE DANCE DANCE West Lebanon Saturday night Oct 1 The Ideal Entertainers or chestra Geo Wagner Mgr Adv WANTED Good Mason and helper Apply at Realty Exchange offlco between 7 and 8 oclock this evening Adv NEED SILVERWARE WATCH FOR THE SALE AD MONDAY MIGHT THE IDEAL ADV CHOCOLATE COVERED BUT TER CREAMS 69o PER POUND AT THE MASSILLON DRUG By TOKIO Oct 1 The Japanese cabinet after long deliberationyes terday decided In principal accord Ing to a local newspaper to accept tho American suggestion as to the agenda for the Washington confer enco on limitation of armament and Far Eastern questions MRS EMMA ALLEN SOLLMANN DEAD alry Ho now holds tho rank of colonel and at present is In at tendance at the War College Wash ington He served overseas with distinction during the late war Rns sell Moses a son of Colonel Moses Is a member of the third class at West Point Bread 10 cts loal and 3 for 25 etc Billy Boyles Cash and Carry CHOCOLATE COVERED BUT TER CREAMS 59o PER POUND AT THE MASSILLON DRUG EXCELSIOR CLUB DANCE Schworm Building Monday Oct 3rd Dancing to IS p m GroJeanReehl Novelty Orchestra OLD MENQLEWOOD COAL free from ash sulphur clinker Order now to insure delivery First come first Sonnhalter State 327 served Phone W A Bell 376 Ohio Over Corner Main and Erie streets Adv Mrs Emma Allen Sollmann 71 of Canton widow of the late Luit pold Scllmann a Canton druggjslt died this morning of pneumonia at her residence South Market street Canton The funoral ar rangements have not yet been com pleted Mrs Sollmann was a daagtrter pi the late Ira M Allen former super intendent of the Charity Rotcb school Mrs Sollmans marriage took place while her parents Trio wero prominent socially In charge of the local Institution Later Mr Alien was elected county treas urer and the family moved to Can ton After her marriage Mrs Sollmann lived In Tfew York later returning to Canton where ahe spent the greater part of her life HOSPITAL DEATH Mlsa Esther M RegaL 84 of Ak ron died this at oclock ot general Maaaillon State hospital arrange ments will be announced later CHOCOLATE COVERED BUT TER CREAMS B9o PER POUND AT THE MASSJLLON DRUG WHILE IT LASTS Good grade Nut and Slack coal net ton delivered The Ever hard Co Adv BLOOMFIELD FURNITURE HEADQUARTERS FOR HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS ADV at b J   

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