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   Evening Independent (Newspaper) - May 17, 1924, Massillon, Ohio                                TELEPHONE Your Want Column Ads Number 3161 THE WORLDS LATEST NEWS RECEIVED OVER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRES THE EVENING INDEPENDENT FOR THE PAST 60 YEARS OF MASSILLON AND VICINITY Party cloudy tonight Sun day possibly In north portion warmer to night cooler In extreme north portionSunday VOL 42 MASSILLON OHIO SATURDAY MAY 17 1924 FOURTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS U S WORLD FLYERS REACH 000 HAS COLD KEEPS TO PRESIDENT WILL TAKE BRIEF REST RECOVERY SIOW Eainy Damp Weather In Washington A11 r i b utec Tardy Convales cence BrigadierrGeneral Sawyer Issues Statement By Associated Press WASHINGTON May slight cold President Coolidge canceled his engagements for today and remained away from his office It was said at the White House tha he was not confined to bed but hac decided to spend the day in his room on the advice of his physician Mr Coolidge contracted a cold several days ago and his recovery has been retarded by an unusual suc cession of May showers which have kept the capital enveloped in damp almost continuously Brigadier General Charles E Saw yer White House physician after a call at the White House The president is iSdisposed with a cold and it is deemed advisable that he main in his room and keep quiet un til he can return to his duties with out tat Harrison To Open Democratic Convention Said J By Associated Press A JORK May 17rSenator Pat of Mississippi today waa unanimously chosen temporary chair man of the Democratic national con vention in next month WE ATHER FOR COMING WEEK By Associated Press WASHINGTON May er predictions for the week begin ning Monday region of Great Lakes Considerable cloudiness and occa sional showers normal temperature e Date For Booster Address The date of a talk to be broad cast B Lord managing secre tary of the Jersey City N cham ber of commerce and formerly in charge ofthe local chamber of com merce in which he will boost Mas sillon as well as Jersey City has been changed from Tuesday evening to Wednesday afternoon at oclock Massillon time Mr Lords talk will be in connection with anindustrial exposition at Jersey City will share the programme with a New Jersey band both broadcasting from station H N Drivers License L Ordered Revoked R E Williams arrested on a charge of violating state traffic laws by operating his automobile without a rear license plate was found guilty following a trial before Judge Kaley in municipal court Friday afternoon fined 510 and costs and his license or dered revoked by the court M Daitch of Akron charged with running a truck with cut out open pleaded guilty and was fined 515 and Harris New Philadel phia charged with speeding 35 miles an hour in East Main street did no appear for arraignment today Blonde Wives Failures No Avers Sociologist Good As Brunettes Claim NEW YORK May make excellent wives and are just as divorceproof as brunettes if not more so according to Prof Ru dolph M Binder who is head of the sociology department of New York University The statement made recently by Judge Graham of San Francisco that men should never marry blondes if they wish to be happily married is utterly absurbin the opinion of Dr also ridicules the pudges warning to avoid a blonde with blue eyes which he says is positively a fatal combination which leads only to the divorce court with a subse quent high alimony tax for the gul lible husband What about all the golden haired princesses in the fairy tales said Prof Binder whenasked to give his opinion on a blonde versus brunette Legends and fairy tales invariably describe the good and beautiful ieroine as haying long flowing hair the color of the brightest gold in the You may say that they are only fairy series but all of them are woven around basictruths This par ticular one is based on the fact proven by that the Nordic race was the founder all reat civilizations the Greek the loman and so on down the list The reason that so few blondes are left n the southern countries where they once reigned supreme is due to their nability to acclimate themselves So each charming and wonderful rincess was described as having londe hair with blue eyes the color of the bluest sky immemorial men and beentrying to find their appropriatematch for a wife or hus said that the human soul was created in two halves one male MOTHER AND D A U G HT E R FEASTS HELD 1350 ARE PRESENT Woman 81Wins Prize for Being Oldest Mother Pres Daughters Pres ent Win Another Mother Prize 1350 mothers and daughters attended the annual motherdaughter banquets held in the various churches Friday evening Dinners in the majority ol cases were served by the men of the churches The banquet at the First Melh 250 pro Are Golf Links Burial Ground Of Citfs Pride Is the civic dead and buried on what is known as the old links located south with tin cans twisted broken bottles and a decayed a tomb stone If it were not It would never offer a stranger residence onits unsightly combination of play and burial Yet that Is precisely what it offered the Al G Barnes circus for its exhibition ground yester day The cook and mess tents of the circus comprised an oasis entirely surrounded by debris One climbed overthe heaps in inirninent danger of tripping over wireiand slipping over rusted cans only to fall headlong into a heap of broken bottles It was a touching could imagine nearby residents coming to their favorite burial ground almost any evening to mourn over the lost contents of their tin cans and mayhap to pour outtheir woes and add another touching sentiment of tin cans and broken whisky bottles First Impressions It is said are the most lasting In this event the Al G Barnes circus per sonnel must think the civic pride of this city is ashollow as the tin cans on the dump of the golf inks and the other female and when the twa complements met it would form an ideal marriage This is perhaps the best expression of the theory of ideal mating sorts of devices have been resorted to in the hope of making the vperfect marriage One was to marry only persons of the same race and faith This still perhaps is the most universally accepted rule It has been broken into many times An the fact that mankind has made progress is due to the non observ ance of this rule Numerous smaller schemes have been devised to suit Individuals Phrenology is one of these which guarantees to find the perfect match for your own bumps of knowledge or visa versa But it was discharged long ago by scientists and in even unscientific circles It seems strange that a man of such status as Judge Graham should hark back to that ancient If he advises men never to marry blondes he seems to act contrary to the oldest principles along this par ticular line Brunettes have almost invariably been adventuresses Because two persons are dissimil ar only broadens their basis of sim larity Natures may differ to a cer ain extent but that very fact should make for better complement with each other An ideal match does not mply that husband arid wife should 3e as nearly as possible of the same emperament and physical equip ment It requires rather some dif ferences Persons who are too much alike are also likely to share the same point of view While very agreeable it Were presentTMiss Bertha Martinacted as toastmis tress Music was furnished by an or chestra throughout the dinner Spring flowers were used in decorat ing the tables Miss Dessa Kutz was general chairman of the banquet A programme of readings speeches and music was carried out at a ban quet atSt Pauls church Men of the church served Those appearing on the programme were Mrs Fran ces Zepp Miss Hilda Lind Miss Mar garet Vickery Miss Margaret Weise Mss Elizabeth Wcolen Mrs J M Featheringham Miss Mary Nill and Mrs Emma Kratsch The largest motherdaughter cele bration was held at St Johns Evan gelecal church when 300 mothers and daughters attended a reception at which a musical programme was enjoyed as well as a number of ad Refreshments were served to trouble A weapon is lacking for sharpening each otherswits and Continued on Page 2 Column 4 BONUS VOTED OVER VETOBY HOUSETODAY Girl Reported Missing Return Wilma Shipman 15 who lives at the residence of Harry Feinman 1210 Cypress street reported missing to police Friday evening returned late Fridaynight according to a report received at police headquarters to day Where there is beauty we take It where there is none we make it MASSILLON HOT WATER BOTTLES Regular Two Quart size guar anteed rubber only at the LINCOLN CUT RATE SATURDAY CANDY SPECIALS At the Sugar Bowl fresh home Milk Chocolate Nut Mallow i only 40c PARK PLAN DANCE Wenzel Academy Saturday night Brown Candidate Second Term As State Secretary By Associated Press COLUMBUS May of State Thad H Brown today filed a declaration of candidacy for the Republican nomination for the of fice he now holds There has been much interest in political circles as to whether or not Mr Brown would seek a second term or makea try for the Republican nomination for governor PUBLIC SALE OF HORSES The undersigned will sell at pub lic auction on his farm at East Greenville Monday May 19 2 p Three extra good saddle horses the property of I D Martin to sat isfy a feed bill Signed David BURDELOWS DINING ROOM now open 311 East Main street Open day and night Special Sunday dinners per MOVING Two expert men per hour All modern equipment 422D T G Call Bell By Associated Press May house today passed the soldier bonus i bill over President Coolidges veto Party lines vanished as supporters of the measures piled up a comfort able margin over the twothirds ma jority required oil such a vote MAN IS FOUND UNCONSCIOUS WILL NOT TALK The case of Walter Ward of Dover who was found uncon scious along the NavarreJustus road Friday evening by Louis Kline of Navarre today re mained a mystery Taken to here Ward regained consciousness this morning but refused to tell what had hap pened An examination conducted Fri day evening by Dr H A Shaf fer of Navarre revealed no SENATORS TALK SPECIAL SESSION By Associated Press COLUMBUS May ques lon of whether or not a special ses sion of the legislature is to be called now will probably be reopened at he Republican preprimary conven tion here next Tuesday and Wednes day it became apparent today The special committee empowered to re convene the assembly according to Joseph E Cross clerk of senate will hold a meeting during the con odist church was enjoyed by mothers and daughters A gramme of music and speeches with a playlet as a feature was carried out Mrs Jennie Shafer SI years old received the prize for being the oldest mother present Mrs Straugh who had four with her received the prize for having the largest number of daughters present Julian Gordon acted as headwaiter at the Second Presbyterian church motherdaughter was attendedby 175 guests During the dinner a trio composed of Mrs Wal ter Wagner Mrs G C Gotschall and Miss Anna Heysel sang a number of Songs of a pageant stages in a wom ans life was given Mrs Emily Hadley of New York was the principal speaker at the ban quet of the Wesley Methodist church WATER RATE REQUEST UP THURSDAY PRESIDENT CONGRATULATES MASSILLON MASON WHO WILL BE 100 YEARS OLD MONDAY PACIFIC IS MEETING PLANNED City Officials and Council Companys Request to Boost Kates Having already received from President Calvin Coolidge at Wash ington a letter him on the approach of his birth day anniversary W W Bean Tornier Massillon residont today and Sunday will be busy making preparations to receive delegations of Masons and Odd Fellows from Massillon who Sunday will leave for Springfield to i be on hand Monday when Mr Beans men tO Hold celebration is held at the 4n TTT i Masonic Home where he has lived Meeting tO Study Water tor the last eight years declared to be the old eet living Mason and Odd Fellow in the United States is still hale and hearty as his 100th birthday ap proaches and has taken as much in terest in preparations being made by In order to acquaint officials of the executive as well as legislative of the Masonic home at branch of the city government with i Springfield for observance of the oc the request of the Massillon Water Supply company presented to the council as a committee of the whole last Monday night asking for an in crease of approximately cent in water rates for the next two years an informal meeting of members of the council and other departments of the city will be held next Thursday evening at the city hall to discuss and study the water companys proposal it was announced today The council following presentation of the water companys request last Monday nightannouncedAliat its de cision either accepting or rejecting the companys request for increased rates would be made public at a special meeting Monday May 26 The companys proposal probably will be presented to the council at its regular meeting next Monday night as a matter or form in order I to get it on the records of the legis lative body but it was said that no effort would to consider it at that time this being scheduled for The water provisions of the franchise granted it by the city four years ago in which it is stipulated that either the city or water company may ask tor a rate revision atthe endof each year period has asked permission to boost ratesabout 50 percent above those now in effect for the next two year period Just what attitude will be taken by the council has not beep decided upon but in the eveutdie city rejects the companys proposal it is likely that the rate fight will be carried to the public utilities com mission at Columbus for settlement Officials of the water company said that based upon their valuation re port of the companys property in Massillon they must secure the in creases they ask in order to get a return of eight percent upon the companys investment Tha valuation which is used in the water companys casion as a youngster does in his first birthday party About 50 members of Clinton Lodge No 47 F the local Masonic lodge of which Mr Bean is I Kline in his will Iet Mr Bean a legay of 100 him ou liis to b 3 to j i birthday The leg acy will bo presented to him Mon day by Mr Davis rxeuitor of Mr Klines efitaif President Coolidges letter to Mr Bean congratulating him on the ap proach of his 100th birthday anni versary was written April 28 It White House April 2S 1924 My Dear Mr Bean I am very glad to join with your many friends in extending my bopd wishes on your approaching anni versary Your life covering as it does the past hundred years has measured almost of our country which you as a sol BY AIRMEN TRIP HAZARDOUS Chilled by Arctic veloped In Snow Storms Three Pilots Blaze First Air Trail Across Vast By Associated Press PARAMASHIRU Island of Kuriles the development i May a trail through rtiich you as a solisties never before invaded leave tiere dier and citizen have served faithairplane the threu United States army world Iliers reached this thereby gainingfor their country and themselves the distinc tion of being the first to have crossed the Pacific by air o w i Home an airplane circus will I In hazardoushop automobiles to make be staged a May festival wijl be of 87S miles from the Attu Islands fully and well Very truly yours CALVIN COOLIDGE Inhonor of the event a reception will be held at the Springfield Ma the trip to Spririgfieldj spending Sun day night in Columbus and going on to Springfiald Monday A committee ofmembers of Sippo Lodge I O O P also will start for Springfield to morrow spending Sunday night in Columbus and going to Springfield Monday Bean is not a member of the local lodge of Odd Fellows He joined tiio Odd Fallows in Covington 75 years ago and has always re tained his membership in the Coving ton Loilge He also joined the Ma sonic LoOpe in Covington the same date June 30 1S4S but for the last 40 years has been a member of Clin ton Lodge of Massillon For 17 years Mr Beanwas treasurer of the Cpvingtqn Lodge of Odd Fellows In the committee of local Odd Fel lows who will go to Springfield will be Henry special dele gate and George A Pinis Robert Cow Edward Martin krid Davis Mr Bean made his home in Massil lon with his sonirluw Oliver P Kline who died recently and Mr presented by 70 children of the Ma sonic Home and high officials of both Masonic and I O 0 F lodges in Ohio will be present The pro gramme will be in charge of mem bers of Clinton lodge of this city and will consist of short complimentary speeches reading of congratulatory letters presentation of gifts and musical numbers The trip to Springfield will be begun Sunday morning from the Masonic temple in South Erie street Lieutenant John R MacReady of McCook field Dayton transconti nental flier will lead a group of avia tors from Dayton to stage an air plane circus for the benefit of Mr Bean who has seen transportation development in this country from the days of the slow moving horsedrawn loathe present eraof rapidly moving airplanes Stunt flying will be the feature of tlie programme presented by the fliers A reception will be held at the the three pilots fought through chill artic windsand snow The time of the flyersdeparture from Attu has not been learned but it is figured the probable was six or seven hours from Attu was the of the miles of the flyers planned route The three planes1 arrived at Attu Island a week ago The next legon the flight is a jump southward to Bettobu largest of the Kurile flyers expect to start is not known Continued on Page2 Column 5 at the First Reformed church con sisted of a reception at 7 oclock and a picnic supper served later by the Ladies Aid society One hundred and twentyfive guests were pres ent Short addresses on were given by Miss Clara Stover Mrs Sarah Morgan and Mrs Ar thur Culp Devotionals were con ducted by Mrs E D Ott and Mrs Burton Stoner A number of musi cal selections were given Eightyfive guests were present at a mother and daughter banquet iven at the United Brethren church Triday evening The programme was in charge of Mrs John Pringle The principal address was given by Continued on Page 2 Column 4 the company by Pittsburgh engineers hired by the company to make the appraisaL Fast Track For Kentucky Derby By Assoctted Press LOUISVILLE May very fast track if it does is in prospect for the running of the Ken tucky derby at Churchill Downs this afternoon officials of the Ken tucky jocky club anonunced this morning The sky was overcast early but the weather forecast is clear and warmer for the afternoon Special to The Independent CANTON May 17 Property of the Nimisila Club near McDon aldsvilip was bought at sheriffs sale PROBERS TO GO TO COURT HAUL IN DETROIT BANK By AssociatedPress DETROIT May armed bandits overpowered a bookkeeper as lie unlocked the door of theFort street branch of the Bank of Detroit this morning locked him in a wash roomand when Joseph Kania a teller was opening the vault took in currency and escaped la an automobile By Associated Press WASHINGTON May 17 The courts will be asked by the senate Saturday by The Massillon Cemetery i Dougherty committee to help it se Circus Folk Here Friday Name Baby For Massillon vention THERMOS BOTTLES 98c And they are genuine LINCOLN CUT RATE VASTMAN KODAKS and Fresh Eastman Films every day at the LINCOLN CUT RATE BARN DANCE Joe Houcks Farm West Brook fleld onehalf mile north of Heinzers store Saturday May 17 Good Or WE REPAIR ALUMINUM COOKING UTENSILS THE OHIO DRILLING Massillon was an uneventful event in the existence of the Al G Barnes circus as events go in such an or ganization All that occurred to arouse interest was a fire a birth and several rain storms Outside of that all was quiet beneath the big top A knot of circus folk gathered about the tent that housed the horses at noon There was much whispering And cheer An other member had been added to the circus He was only a small bundle a fearfully gangly creature with head much too large for his body And so the official announcement might read something like this Born to Mr and Mrs Pony at the animal tent May 16 a son who has been named Massillon So this city f really has a decided interest in the You dont have to be lucky to get a good photograph here MASSILLON P H C BALLOON DANCE Thursday night May 22 Moose Hall Public Jiffie cleans milk separators cans andbottles in a Jiffie your Get it at BALLOON DANCE Saturday night Millport Good circus the circus folk to name ah after the city it was born in A certain city in Ohio even has an in terest in a baby leopard Nor was that all Promptly at the Massillon fire department responded to a call from box 34 A combined sleeping and cooking car of the circus was almost completely gutted because someone had built too large a fire in a stove and for gotten to close the draft As a re sult many were left witli only the clothes they had on their backs If there is one thing that stands out more than any other it is the fact that the show is clean There is nothing salacious about it Just clean wholesome fun and wonderful ani mal acts Circus fans declared it the best that has ever come to Mas sillon Association for Tie property was appraised at and the cemetery association held a mortsf it The club owned 200 acres C land northwest of McOonaldsville on which was a 40acre artificial lake withcottage sites surrounding it severe rainstorm last yum rii3rthe dam broke and the lake was destroyed Several lawsuits against the club brought about foreclosure of the mortgage It was said that the cemetery as sociation acted in cooperation with the club in buying the property and lliat plans are now being formed for reconstructing the dam and proceed ing with the completion of the club grounds cure the cancelled checks of George Remus Ohio liquor operator which COMPLETE PLANS FOR ORATORIO i 8 The Massillon Community Chorus is working out the final plansfOP its annual spring concert at which Mendelssohns Elijah will sungf The concert will be given in the high school auditorium on tha evening oi 22 under the direc tion of Lawrence A Cover who nas he has testified will tend to verify beeu Of the chorus sinceit his story of large money payments Iwas organized Miss Lolo List of to the late Jess Smith companion of Massillon and Mrs Blanche Steel BOOM DAWES AS COOLIDGES MATE By Associated Press CHICAGO May first pub lie booming Charles E of Brigadier General former AttorneyGeneral Daugherty for After a conference with Attorney General Stiqe the committee held an executive session today to arrange for legal proceedings There was no friction between Mr Strine and the committee Chairman Brookhart said but court action was consid ered necessary because Remus is serving a term in the Atlanta peni tentiary SPARKS START RAGSBVRNING Sparks from a furnace are thought for the Republican aIarn sent nomination for vicepresident has of the residence of Mrs S A Mor gan 1908 Wooster street this morn ing and filled the entire house with vcre called by an Box 311 and uomina on uus i r It has been the custom of beenstarted here where thousandsV ld tle rlames any is folk tn namo on animoi XP damage naci been none of placards bearing likenesses of damage had been done No members of the family were at President Coolidge have1 OIrlnt amilf wefeat nniipri ome vhen the fire started and the been nailed up Market Offers Choice Produce CARLOAD PINEAPPLES Can pineapples now Special prices Wheeling and Lake Erie BURDELOWS DINING ROOM now open 311 East Main street Open day and night Special Sunday dinners per CHOICE PANSIES Get them at Benders Greenhouse Strawberries pineapple s and fresh greens appeared in abundance today Strawberries retailed at 35 cents a quart Large choice pine apples were offered at 35 cents each The vegetable market offered leaf and head lettuce celery cucumbers mangoes new turnips carrots as paragus radishes green onions to matoes rhubarb and other season able commodities j blaze was discovered by neighbors BOOZE TRIAL NEXT TUESDAY The trial of W D Williams on a charge of unlawfully possessing in toxicating liquor scheduled for Fri day afternoon in municipal court has been continued until May 20 at 2 oclock Otto Crago charged with intoxi cation pleaded guilty today and was fined and costs GainADay Washing Machine for sale Dial McDONALDSVILLE INN Dancing every Wednesday night Ideal Entertainers on PiKeon Run road Dial THIRD COMMUNITY CONCERT Combined Massillon Canton and Orrville chorus Lawrence A Cover conductor presents Mendelssohns Elijah High School Auditorium Thursday May 22 Admission We make sittings any time regard less of weather or light MASSILLON BURDELOWS DINING ROOM now open 311 East Main street Open day and night Special Sunday dinners per SUGAR BOWL SPECIAL For Saturday only fresh home made Milk Chocolate Nut Mallow only 40c Brooks of Orrville will be attae pianos Miss Hazel Dell Duff Chicago so Miss Gertrude Rhoades Chi cago contralto Josiah Guttridge Youngstown tenor and John 0 Sam baritone will be the soloists All of them have had ex tensive oratorio and concert experi ence and their work has been highly nraised inthe cities in which they have sung For this concert the Massillbn chorus will also have the assistance of a number of the Can ton and choruses Elijah remains today severity five years after it wag first produced the greatest of allot the dramatic oratorios It is in this work that Mendelssohn rose to his greatest heights as an oratorio composer has crowded the score from begin ningto end with dramatic incidents The musieis appealing and at the same time commanding and portrays the character of the great prophet of the Kingdom of Israel in all of strength and in his fierce battle against the evils of worship into which the Northern Kingdom had been led by Ahab and hisheath en wife Jezebel To own a car is thing The Used Car ads right at hand lat DANCE Canal Fulton Saturday KEADTHE WANT ADS Jl   

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