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   Evening Independent (Newspaper) - October 1, 1924, Massillon, Ohio                                Your Want Column Ads Number 15161 VOL 158 THfi WORUrs LATEST NEWS THE ASSOCIATE PRESS WJRES FOR PAST 60 YEARS THE NEWSPAPER OF MASSILLON AND VICINITY 7 HE WE iii W W i Vir er and not 4f to Thursday fair aa4r1 MASSILLON OHIO WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1 1924 TWELVE PAGES OUTLAW WAR Judge John Suite rs Breakdown JURIST IS IN HOSPITAL IN CHICAGO UNDER BIG STRAIN Who Sentenced loeb and Leopold to Life Im Taking Best Cure Newspaper Declares THE CAMPAIGN IS ON REGISTER AND VOTE By Associated Press CHICAGO Oct John R Caverly who sentenced Nathan Leo pold and Richard Loeb kidnap ejfe and slayer of Robert Franks to life imprisonment has been a close ly guarded patient in a hospital since the close of the case iays todays Chicago Tribune Mrs Caverly denies that iJihe judge is ill and says she has Jfbeen going to the hospital to visit I friends The newspaper says he is f believed to be suffering from a nerv v our breakdown the aftermath of the weeks of the hearing in which his was the sole responsibility of decid ing the fate of the slayers The ava lanche of letters and telephone calls directed to him during the trial in efforts to influence his decision are thought to have had a disastrous ef fect pn his Tribune says Strictest precautions are taken to prevent any interference with his rest The campaign is on The Boy Scouts and the Repub lican Womans club are now actively engaged in a campaign to wean the cigar counter knowitall the hearth side politician and the stayathome mother who thinks her sole base of operations should be within the four walls of her home and her sew ing old ideas and get them to vote Vote Not because you think its your duty but to protect yourself Your vote is the only weapon in your hands against corruption and dan gerous minorities If your club voted to increase the dues youd want to know why Then you might as well take an interest in your gov ernment and know why your taxes are increased This is the plea of the campaigners Were You One of the Fortysix At the 1920 election only 64 per cent of the voters went to the polls Tomorrow is the first day of reg istration Thursday October 9 and Friday and Saturday October 17 and 18 are the other three registra Kiwaijdans Eat By Many fisherman returning from fishing trip bring back only tales fiC their catches but not so with H Parnacott and Jacob Stuhl tion dates Voters who do not regis ter at their precincts on one of these days will be Ineligible to vote AH registrations made previous to this time are void So If you are a citizen of the United years of resident of the state for one year by November 4 resident of Stark county for thirty days by No vember 4 a resident of one ward in the city twenty days by November 4 1924 excepting per sons who are married or head Of a family who1 may move from one ward io another in the same city and register without having lived there twenty days prior to theelec And on Novem ber 4 vote for the men you believe will administer the affairs of your government fairly Advice From flection is the warning from the Stark County Board of Elec tions If you want to elevate the standard of the men who seek of fice get out and show that you are interested by voting and raising the ARMIES OF CHINESE ARE DEADLOCKED NEITHER CAN GAIN WHEAT PRICE JUMPS AGAIN Continued on Page 2 Column 6 BALLOONS STILL IN OHIO RACE By Associated Press WASHINGTQNy C Oct The first of the three balloons to take the air here yester day in the first Ohio regional bal loon landed 18 miles east of W last night ac cording to word received here to ilreher members of the Kiwanis have just returned from a fishing trip to Michigan They cameback loaded with blue gills and today members of the Kiwanis club weretreated to a fish dinner in the Y W C A banquet hall at their vceklyluncheon The club voted to erect a Boy lodge next Wednesday after he regular meeting on a site near the city Tomorrow evening the club will hold a chicken dinneratjt The Falls House near Strasburg for members ot the club and iheir fami lies Horseshoe pitching is planned before the dinner while cards and dancing will follow Edgar the Exchange club attendort todays meeting and the club about the United States Marine Band which will pZay October 13 under the auspices t the Exchange club The pro oeods derived from the concert will ne used to defray playground ex penses and the Kiwanis club voted to attend theconcert In a body By Associated Press COLUMBUS Oct Evan Hughes of state in President Coolidges cabinet will of ficially open theRepubllcan national campaign In Ohio at a meeting to be held in the Emeryhall at Cincinnati next Saturday evening Oct 4 it Big Battle Which Cost Thou sands of Lives Conies to End With a Captiired For the second consecutive day local dealers quoted increases in the paying prices of winter wheat To j days increase waa of three cents a bushel and followed an advance of two cents a bushel quoted Monday The quotations today were No 1 wheat and No 2 Retail flour prices have not been effected by the wheat price jumps Winter straight continued to sell at By Associated Press SHANGHAI China Oct battle which has been in progress for four days west of this city be tween the forces of the rival Tuc huns of Chekiang and Kiangsu has apparently come to an end with neither side gaining any advantage the htadquarters of the Chekiang army reporting the battle front un changed and firing subsided Prisoners taken by the Chekiang army in offensive north of the ShanghaiNanking railway told their captors that Kiangsu had lost killed and wounded in this battle a quarter barrel winter patent jat and springpatent at FLOODS IN EAST ARE RECEDING CAUSE 11 DEATHS PEKIN China Oct by Central government troops of Hwangtu on the Shanghai front and the shooting down of a Mukden airplane were reported tonight at headquarters here of General Wu commanding all Central government armies v According to headquarters news of serious hostilities bad received from the north Dispaches from Mukden told of successes of the Manchurian army in the no TOKIO Oct 1 ot General Chang Mukden forces the Manchurian day lie Washington Court House 1 Tuesday by Don V I leader whose armies are fighting for DossetTover Greensbunr early farker chairman of the speakers possession of the Central govern passed ovei Greensburg early I this morning according to advices received here No word has been received from the third entrant the The balloons took thfi air here late yesterday in an eifort to break the worlds endurance record By Associated Press ATLANTA Oct rivers resulting from torrential rains in North Carolina and Georgia were menacing life and prop erty although jthe dangers in Vir ginia was reported as diminishing FIRST SCHOOL ISSUE BONDS ARE RETIRED The retirement of the first bonds tlie school bond Issue au by Massillon school dis ct electors two years ago and ich made possible the erection of Vo combination junior high and rade schools and an addition to Washingtonhigh school was effect rd today it Vwas announced by Wil liam Fielberth clerk of the board of education Fortyone bonds of denoml tlon are due for retirement today T T Fielbert had retired 15 of the londs at noon BODY FOUND IN CESSPOOL By Associated Press CADIZ Get 1 Bearing evi dence of a long struggle against death the body of Walter Becker 45 a dairyman was recovered from an abandoned cesspool here last jifght Taking a short cut across lots Becker apparently did not no tice the pool and broke through the hln covering OLD FASHIONED DANCE At Brookfield Lake October 2 Country sausage with sauer kraut f ad chicken lunch Public invited Ad Marine Band Matinee Concert At High School Througny with HhR special Gorrell arrangements superintendent of schools members of the Massil lon Exchange club today announced a matlueei concert by The United States Marine band to be held at 4 oclock Monday afternoon Octo ber 13 The highschool student band will handle tho sale of tickets at Wash ington high school and pupils from the various grade schools will be appointed In the remaining schools Proceeds from the matinee and for the evening concert will be used to meet an Exchange club deficit In carrying on city playground activi ties FOR SALE Brand new Ford roadster body E241 between 6 a m and 6 SALE CONTINUES ALL THIS WEEK ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF HOSE WONDER HATS AT W VOQfi LINCOLN nt DOOR REALTOR GIVEN JUDGMENT S E Roush local building con tractor Tuesday was given a judg ment of against E S Sparks of the CantonMassillon road by a Jury of six in a civil action heard in Municipal court Roush filed suit against Sparka for and Inter est after which Sparks filed an an swer and cross petition for The case arose over a contract for a house which Roush built for Sparks Sparks was represented by Harvey F Ake of Canton while Elson Wefler represented Roush bureau Republican state campaign headquarters Immediately upon receipt of word that Secretary Hughes desired to speak in Ohio on that date Harry L Davis Republican candidate for goveiuor cancelled arrangements previously made for a meeting at Lima Saturday evening Mr Davis will greet Mr Hughes on his arrival in Cincinnati and will introduce the premier of the cabinet at the eve ning meeting which is scheduled at S oclock Mr Hughes Is to be the only speaker at the meeting and his expo sition of the policies and issues of the CooUdge administration and his own popularity in Ohio are expected to attract the largest crowd that has attended a politicalmeeting in Cin cinnat this fall G 0 P Campaign Songs Detailed arrangements for the meeting are being handled by the Republican county central commit tee of Hamilton county A feature of the evening will be tbr of campaign songs by the Republi can Glee club of Columbus Republicans from throughout Cen tral and Southern Ohio will attend the meeting in large numbers it Is confidently expected Arrangements previously made for special trans portation to handle the crowds at the Marion meeting last Saturday which Secretary Hughes was first scheduled to address probably will be resumed for the Cincinnati gath ering It was the cancellation of the Marion meeting because ofthe death of Brig Gen Charles B Saw yer that made it possible for Mr Hughes to come to Cincinnati for the meeting next Saturday Though compelled to cancel his engagement at Lima this week for mer Governor Davis plans to visit Lima later in the campaign He also will spend a whole day in Cincinnati later in the campaign addressing afternoon and evening meetings TWO FINED FOR govern ment of China today reported the capture of Kienchang a town in Chjhilf province 55 miles from the Manchnrian border according to a dispatch from Mukden to a news agency here SHANGHAI Oct Kiangsu forces fighting to gain possession of Shanghai from the Chekiang army launched an offensive at 10 oclock Tuesday morning nine miles south west of Sunkiang firing across a stream where the Chekiang forces were entrenched HEARING ON ANNEXATION HERE DEC 10 Special to Independent CANTON Oct commls sloners decided Wednesday to hear applications for annexation of land to the City of Massillon on Wednes day December 10 inthe Massillon city hall The law provides that 60 days must elapse between the fil ing of the petition and the public hearing It Is proposed to take in Colum HEALTH OF CITY STILL VERY GOOD ISSUE WARNING Board of Health at Meeting Monday Asks Persons to Cooperate In Checking Diphtheria By Use Of Anti toxin Although health conditions in the city are very good with only a few scattered cases ot contagious disease under quarantine the board of health Is taking no chances on hav ing an epidemic of any kind break out here and at its monthly meet ing Monday evening urged upon all citizens the necessity of prompt diagnosis arid treatment by physi cians of symptoms of diphtheria CAR DAMAGED IN ACCIDENT An automobile belong ing to Max Cheney ot R F D No 3 was dam agedTuesday afternoon in an acci dent In South Erie street at Shriver street According to police reports C H Liendecker of Genoa who was ahead of Cheneys car turned off Erie street Into Shriver and Cheyney who at that time wag about to pass Liendeckers car turned into Shriver street to avert a struck the curbing broke off a rear wheel and crashed into a telephone pole No one was reported idjured GEN DAWES S SILENT ON QUIT DEMANO SMILES AT CHARGE Pennsylvania And New York Hit Hardest By 48 Hours Of Torrential Rain IT n n paroca Heavy Property Damage Is schools as well as other organiza Repofted forts of the board of education and authorities of public and parochial tiqns and officials for cooperatlrig with1 theboard of health during the summer months when an epidemic of smallpox was prevalent in the state The smallpox cases are now on in the state but Mas aillon did not have one case of the disease In therdangers of diph theria J H Williams health com missioner todaysaid that in June provided By Associated Press PHILADELPHIA Oct waters which yesterday caused nine deaths and heavy property damage In eastern Pennsylvania were slow ly receding today Reports from up stats points said that streams swol hours of torrential rains antjtoxin Inspected T trt ttnrt V 1 4 G 0 P Chairman Does Not Answer Senator Brook harts Request For Dawes Resignation Iowa State Body to Discuss Charge By Associated Press CHICAGO Oct The demand of Senator Brookhart of Iowa made in a letter to Republican National Chairman Butler that General Dawes resign as Republican vicepreelden tal nominee orthat the MAKE WAR IMPOSSIBLE IS PURPOSE GOES TO NATIONS France and Holland An s nounce They Are Beady to Sign Agreement As Loopf holes For Evasion Are Closed By Associated Pressy GENEVA Oct 1 amended draft protocol on arbitration and se curity was presented to the assemb the League of Natfoas for KB approval today accompanied by a general report historical analy tical In nature by the official reports er for the two commissions which I document j Special1 chapters are devoted to condemnation of aggressiva war com pulsory jurisdiction of the world court of justice the strengthening of Pacific methods of procedure the s domestic jurisdiction of state sane tions and reduction of armament all of which of the proto col t Our says the report was1 to make war kill it to annihilate It The plan drawu up leaves no loophole It prohibits N wars of every description and lays down the rule that all disputes shall be settled by specific means i If the smallest opening were lett for any measure offorce the whole system would Jt add and to this end arbitration provided for every kind of dispute and aggres sion is defined in such a way as to give no cause for hesitation the council of the leayue has to make landslides washouts and the BUS pension of mines and industrial plants were gradually returning to normal The greatest damage was in the anthracite region ALBANY N Got ties throughout New York state to day faced the necessity of cleaning up the debris and repairing the de struction caused by one of the heaviest rainfalls which has swept this section of the country in years Two deaths damage and destruction of property and crops flooded streets and cellars and inundated and washedout highways and railroad tracks today told the effects of a rain which began Sunday and continued uninterrupted for two days Precipitation ranged from less than one inch to five inches by the United States public health Statistics sent out by the government health service show that If antitoxin is given on the first day no deaths result on the second day only five per cent ofthe cases to secure his resignation was unan swered today either by the Republi can national committee or Mr Dawes are fatal on the third4 day 12 cent on the fourth day 22 per cent I General Dawes only recognition of the senators demands and charges per was a smile on the fifth day 39 per cent and on DES MOINES Oct 1 the sixth day about 50 cent of Bg 0 the Republican the troductlon of antitoxin A diphtheria about half of all cases were fatal We have had very good results with said Health Comjnls ho grounds for being of it It is a certain preventive Warning is also issued by the hoard against unauthorized persons Continued on Pake 2 Column 4 for tomorrow was called today at which the situation brought about by Senator Smith W Brook harts statement demanding that Charles G Dawes withdraw as a Re publican candidate for vice dent man Burnquist announced today CHICAGO Oct States Senator Smith W Brookhart made LINE OF MARCH FOR PARADE ON SVNDAY READY Although final arrangements for the programme tp be carried out here Sunday when Clinton Lodge No 47 F A lays the corner stone of the new Y M C A build ing iu East Tremont street will be j which will be presented at Washing rted at t eve ton high school auditorium Friday TicM Sale For Firemen Minstrel Large A real minstrel by real min strels Isthe motto of Buddy Prank Gerould and Joe Maloney head of the minstrel show r ning the lino of inarch and forma tlon of the parade to be held before evenings under the the cornerstone laying exercises are held was announced today Masonic organizations from many cities In Ohio will participate in the bit Heights and also a section east program me The line of march will of the present limits of Massillon i be from the Masonic Temple in along the CantonMassillon road Many property owners particular ly those along the Canton road are opposed to annexation and It is an ticipated that a large number will be present to express their views at the hearing The commissioners said that all persons with views to pre sent will be given an opportunity to w talk and the Massillon city auditor Tremont street between Erie and South Erie street west on Tremont to on West to Main east on Main to Lincoln avenue south on Lincoln avenue to Tremont and west on Tremont to the Y M C A The various lodges participating with Clinton lodge will form on the i following streets Canton lodge on THE MARINES ARE COMING WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL MONDAY OCTOBER WONDERFUL VALUES IN LAD IBS AND MISSES FALL AND WIN TER APPAREL AT THE STYLE CENTER THIS DR p H SWEZEY Osteopathlc Physician announces fMnlngr of bis offices 6067 First National Bank Bldg Phone 6851 and Wednesday pveninga to oclock Sunday by ap nm and 3 for Billy and Bakery Carl Smalley costs today by f pleaded guilty cation in munll Volga also was on a similar c shut was fined charge of petit James Harrj charged with not appear Two expe All mode T MEE1 OROANj CLUB PBER but to wish we had we have been summer that I ave until we have Mr Quack and stretched his AH the other ne thing it Was of a twig under and in a moment once the ducks eads and began again for they did Bear But it was tbey were uneasy deed especially Mr sk The young Quacks experience with hunters ere uneasy too The hey were anxious to try They were looking for t long journey as some wonderful They were be on their way Soine rsingr them to tiful Soutliland th ium was selected as the meeting place In order to accommodate all who are interested FLE SUITS for a clear anu Ion You can tura has 110 subs bloodcells blaciv and kindred disorders less than billboards that tho blood is in a Mill facing west McKinley lodge back of Canton lodge facing west and Lathrop lodge back of McKIn ley lodge facing west Conrad lodge Alliance on Mill street south of Tremont facing north JuIHard lodge Louisville back of Conrnd i auspices of local police and firemen whereby tho members of the two city departments hope to raise suf ficient funds to equip and maintain a club room at Central fire station Offering scenic beauty good mu sic opera and popular soloists blues jazz and sentimental comedy songsters dancers acrobats and novelty musicians the minstrel promise io be popular with both the One of the outstanding mlnstrel Hes is George Doyle the original lump of black He is billed as the musical nionologist and inj past performances his jokes and storieo have carried ricsn the audi ences X Firemen today announced one corner ot the proposed club room has been furnished large corner a r Ready to Si rvrifv the framers of the pro tocol to fill in the gap in the leagke covenant and define sanctions In such a way that no possible means could be found for evading them and that there would be a sound defin ite basis for a feeling of security peace of the world is at continues the report The fifth assembly v has undertaken a work of worldwide importance whicli If It succeeds is destined to modify present political conditions League of Nations will have rendered inestimable serv ice io the whole ends by begging the as sembly to examine the proposals with to recommend them to the various governments for ac ceptance At the opening of the afternoon I session the representatives of Hot public Tuesday nigbthe text of a i land accepted the protocol letter he mailed today to Chairman of his country William of the national committee condemning the record of Charles G Dawes Repub lican vice presidential nominee Charles G Dawes has wrecked the Republican campaign especially in the Senator Brook hart wrote He detailshis charges and con cludes tha letter with this para gratih For these reasons I desfre to re quest that the Republican national campaign tako steps to secure the resignation of Mr Dawes as the Re publican candidate for vice pro si MVil xiu dent In his place there should be selected a farm bloc candidate notteaceto the was argued Widni Former Premier Brland re celved with applause atteiS Cession when he announced that France fully the protocol and was ready to sign It FEDDERSCASE ARGUED BEFORg APPEAL Special tp Tha Independent Oct case an imitation farm blocer but one j of tho fkhtlnt type Senator Norns of whom the Continued on Page 2 Colitirtn 5 TO HOLD WEST POINT EXAM HERE Inthe court of appeals Congressman John settee by lodge facing north Tubal lodge Mi Dy X jiprvhipir nt has some of the barrenness back of Jullfard lodge facnf thn rhnm fng north and Elliot lodge Canal Fulton back of Tubal lodge facing north DUKES AUTO LAUNDRY Moved to rear of Miller and Bow condition ForYredbVoocPce W6St Main That is what you need Ken atmir ntvnn In 41 BOO pimples staring nt you in mirror Blackhearted pimples worse Boils worses yet ma is not to bo trifled with You can try everything under the jouli find only ono answer More FEATURE DANCE Thursday night Wenzela Japanese gardens By Moonlight club Vdmissiori Gents suits produced by an el ceus gift added to the Toom wiira pool by double bed size Annourji a Pair afli this fall will make two nominations for appointment to the United States Point entrance Fedderwas arrested and 9d feUowing in which Prank Li was theyXtentohMassttlon rpidV state1 charged tjjat was driving hJs car at speed He denied the ae I said he was blineded by McSweeney on another mpchine ije To determine upon thie Congressman McSweepey expects tohave a civil serviceexam I nation Conducted at Massillon pjitober 25 This examination will bertonducted by theUnited States Commission alid Mr says he will tender nients to the young t A beautiful biff warm woo reel In twoInch block plaid Colora blue roso pink nat Tlifs number Curtaining New marquisette and filet net curtaining In newest fall patterns values up to 69c THE STORE of ithelrrstandlng as a STERLING guilty and sentence to one to 20 He trial largely oni the the verdict was against of the The court rever A GOOD BUY Is the one we BelKtbmorri for only It is made extra good cotton and sonies several shades At tHJpTv you will want several Shirt S STS to 17 Spe 75c your winter suppljr of tees ens Kayser pure thread silk gloves in black peach beige and gray Womens Corsets One lot of women corl sets that sold up to Slightly counter Boiled Nearly all   

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