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   Evening Independent (Newspaper) - October 12, 1928, Massillon, Ohio                                Wairf Pay Big Returns Try One Call 3161 WQKLLTS NEWS RECEIVED OVER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRES EVENING I FOR THE PAST THE NEWSPAPER OF t The Weather Fair tonight In creasing cloudiness followed by showers in west portion cooler in northwest portion VOL XUI NO 187 ESTABLISHED 1863 MASSILLQK OHIO FRIDAY OCTOBER 12 1928 THIRTY PAGES TWO GENTS ZEPPELIN BATTLES STRONG THREE INJURED AS ENGINE WRECKS CAR AT NAVARRE GRADE CROSSING CONDITION OF YOUNG MOTHER SON SERIOUS SKULLS FRACTURED 1 W L E Puller for Second Time in Several Weeks Demolishes Car Injures Pas x serigers The Campaign is Warming Up RALEIGH N Oct David Peebles and HaTrv Sewell attempted to drive a car decorated with their Hoover banners in the Smith parade here today A mob of spectators broke ranks at the curb halted the car smashed its headlights wrenched off a door ripped up the uphols tery slashed a tire and plastered the body with Smith stickers Jewell and Peebles fled Nettie Martin 26 wife of Elmer Martin of south of Navarre arid her two children Woodrow nine and June four narrowly escaped instant death early Thursday evening when an automobile in which they were riding was hit by a Wheel ing and Lake Erie railroad en gine at the Main street grade crossing Navarre Mothers Condition Serious Mrs Martin is the most seriously Injured and her recovery today was considered doubtful She had her skull fractured Woodrow sustained skull fracture and a broken right leg and his condition also is serious The condition of the little girl is not serious and was improved this af ternoon She has a severe scalp lac eration andis bruised about the face Trie Martin family was moving from its home south of Navarre to a new residence near Newman and the car in which the motherland her two children were riding was partly filled withfurniture Allow ing but short distance in the rear was Martin on a truck load of house holdjgopds After seeing the engine hitihe automobile carrying his wife and children he rushed to thede to the office of P E Gilmore while Bothers attracted by noise of the impact took and sonto the residence of Graf ton Gad All later were removed in Hugs ambulanceto the city hospital where they now are confined It Is believed Mrs Martin driver of the car did not see the approach ing westbound engine as automobiles parked along the highway are said to have obstructed a clear view of the tracks A parentteacher meet ingwas being held at the Navarre school located but a short distance from the crossing and an unusually large number of cars were parked along the street it is said The engine was traveling west after having pulled an eastbound train up a grade east of Navarre A similar accident occurred at the crossing early Sunday morning September 23 when the puller crashed into an automobile containing three mem bers of a local orchestra All were injured but none seriously HONOR COLUMBUS PAVING SAVING PUT BY MAYOR UP TO COUNCIL Among Those On Graf Zeppelin HtfeisJ URGES QUICK ACTION V Executive Declares Aban donment of Lincoln Way Trolley Line Is Condition Required of City Mayor Homer in a state ment today placed upon the city council the responsibility of obtain ing state and county aid in the pav ing of Lincoln Way from 17th street to the western corpora tion limits State and county have promised aid in this extensive and important imr plans can not be ap proved by the state highway depart ment and legislation can not be pass ed by council according to the mayor until the removal of street car rails has Busses cari ly be installedi lie duty of the legis the city government to clear the way for the improvement of Lincoln Way savs Mayor Johns in his statement The aban donment of other city lines may be left for leisurely deliberation but the Lincoln Way project must have Mayor Johns statement follows The county engineers office is now preparing plans for the improve ment of Lincoln Way from 17th street to the west corporation limits Legislation for the citys par ticipation in this improvement should commence in the city council as sootj as the plans are ready and have re Continued on Page 2 col 21 DENIES GLUB HAS PICKED CANDIDATES MARION Oct 12 Mrs W N Harner president of the Ohio Fed eration of Womens Clubs today de nied the federation has endorsed any political candidate Her denial was issued as a result of reports that the federation is backing certain candi dates BE NEH PILOT OF TO SUCCEED HARRIS VOTERS REGISTERED IN CITY THURSDAY RECORD VOTE SEEN SOCIALIST PARTY HEAD VISITS OHIO MARION Oct 12 Socialist candidate for pres ident returned to his old home here today to address a homecoming gathering in the school where he was graduated Thomas father was for merly pastor of the Presbyterian church here Dr Hugo Eckener designer of the Graf Zeppelin pilot of the giant airship on her maiden flight to the United States and some of the passengers aboard the dirigible Eckener is right above Left is Lady Drum mond Hay first woman passen ger Below are left to right Lieutenant Commander Charles Rosendahl of theU S navy dirigible Xos Angeles and Col onel Herrera of the Spanish South American Airship com pany both on board for the maiden ocean voyage of the Zep pelin TO TEAR UP ELECTRIC LINE 1 GENOA Italy Oct 12 This city celebrated today the anniversary of the discovery of America by its native son Christopher Columbus A solemn te deum was celebrated this morning and Archbishop Min oretti laid wreaths at the house and at the monument of Columbus ZILLS 177 LINCOLN WAY E A nice selection of metallic hats also a complete line ofN velvet tarns and scotch plaid OCTOBER SPECIAL Permanent Waves 03 and ODonnell Beauty Shop Dial 5437 1 12 The villagers of Milan were what they will do for transportation when the Sandusky Milan and Nor walk oldest electric line west of the Allegheny tears up its A delegation of the Milanese yes terday appealed to the Erie county commissioners to obtain assurance from the Lake Shore Electric Rail way company that they will have transportation from Milan to San dusky and Norwalk when the tracks completed in 1889 but unused since the great sleet storm last March are torn up L K Burge vice president and general manager said that NEW YORK TO WELCOME ZEP Big Reception Is Planned For Com v reander and Crew of German Birisible busses operated since would continue to run the storm Young Doctor Who Removed Own Appendix on Way to Recovery ELIZABETH SIMONETTA CANDIES For Sweetest Day can be had by calling 4804 720 Lincoln Way E We ENROLL NOW The Klein School of Music 2nd floor Bloomberg Bldg Private in structions In Piano Voice Violin Banjo Saxophone and all orchestra instruments starts its fall term with an enrollment of over 50 pupils and new applications coming in daily A staff of 7 certified teachers will be in charge of the school in Massilldn besides the private instructions all pupils will receive lessons In theory sighttraining and eartraining and bimonthly orchestra practice will be given without extra charge Day and evening instruction Enroll now under the special vote the school is offering to a limited number of stud LOS ANGELES Oct 12 Robert Meals young Holljwopd sur geon who three days ago removed his own appendix today said he felt well enough to get up and walk and I would do so now instead of wait ing the necessary 10 days if I thought it would be Neither economy necessity nor desires for publicity prompted his selfoperation the doctor said Rath er the operation was an experiment to verify his previous conclusion that the shock which most patients suffer from operations was ly to anaesthesia rather than the operation itself Such an operation has been per ormed two or three times before in surgical history doctors said Dr Meals said he was refused A picture made in Gods see Tim McCoy in Lin COLUMBIA RECORDS lOc Tomorrow will be your last chance to get them at this price Come early W A 169 Lincoln Way FLOOR LAMPS Beautiful new models We also have floor lamps to match AH moderatev MASSILLON HOUSE FURN CO First SW near Lincoln EBLING MALT SYRUP on sale at Wolf Sales 46 First permission to carryit out at two of thelarger institutions here and con sentto enter a third was given only after a promise that there would be no publicity given the hospital Dr Meals was assisted by a friend Dr J Norton Nichols who helped locate the appendix which was in an unusual position and to loosen it from adhesions to the back of the abdominal wall Dr Meals took his place on the op erating table with only nurses in ternes and Dr Nichols present His back and head was propped up and i surgeons gown was slipped over hi shoulders He wore the usual rubber gloves and with his own hands pro ceeded as though he were operating on a patient under anaesthesia Throughout the operation the sur geons carried on a conversation Meals said COME IN AND HEAR COLUM BIAS LATEST HIT RECORDS MASS MUSIC 119 TREMONT AVE TIME TO PLANT Tulips lOc 25c and 35c per doz as sorted plant crocuses now and have the first flowers in your lawn next spring Daffodils Hyacinths and Lilly bulbs Hardy Perennials Bredi ger Greenhouses arid Nurseries 1301 Lincoln Way NW Dial NOTICE A special meeting of Clinton Lodge No 47 will be held 13th at 2 oclock Saturday Oct to attend the COMPLETE LUBRICATION REGARDLESS OF SIZE OF CAR OR 75c WITH OIL CHANGE DUR ING WEEK OF OCT 12 TO 18 INC MASSILLON AUTO PALACE Z32 LINCOLN WAY NEW YORK Oct 12 ff New York City today eagerly awaited the arrival of the Graf Zeppelin and meanwhile planned elaborate recep ions for her crew and passengers HughAllen an official of the Goodyear Zeppelin company of Ak ron who is a personal representative here for Dr Hugo builder and commander o fthe dirigible said f the ship arrived tomorrow night she would cruise over New York Philadelphia and along the coast during the night If however she does not arrive until after daybreak Sunday she probably will circle the city and then go directly to Lake tiurst he said Five military panels from Mltchel Field Long Island and many com mercial ships bearing photographers are to act as an escort for the dirig ible along with the two navy blimps from Lakehurst he said Monday the citys official welcome will be given the air travelers They will be met at Jersey City by the municipal tug Macom which will bring them across the Hudson river to the Battery landing place of many distinguished visitors There they will enter automobiles and parade to city hall where Mayor Walker will extend the citys official welcome After the zeppeline has been re conditioned a short flight inland will probably be Mr Allen said The zeppelin probably would not go beyond the Mississippi river SPECIAL SPECIAL On Malt Hops Supplies Full line of barrels barrels and kegs at reduced prices FREE FREE FREE A beautiful glass or ash tray with every purchase or more BiiyrHere and Stone Malt Co 215 Lincoln Way Former Star Pitcher of Washington to Return Next Year as Man ager Report WASHINGTON Oct 12 The way apparently was cleared today for he triumphal return to Washington of Walter Johnson not as a pitch er but as manager of the txjam for which he toiled for 20 year President Clark Griffith on being informed that the Newark N club would not place obstacles in the path of the veteran pitchers promo tion said that if Newark would let him go Washington would sign him If Johnson is given the manage mant of the Senators he will replace Stanley Harris who was recently re lieved of command The ultimate destination of Harris has not been determined although it has been pre dicted freely he would head another major league club with Detroit fore most in the gossip Johnson took over the Newark club at the beginning of last season He was ill much of the time during which the team was in training and did not produce a consistent winner There is much sentiment in Wash ington for him however and a de termined effort has been made by some of his friends to have him re turn to the only major league club for which he has ever worked There has been no indication here that Johnson has accepted the manage ment of the Washington team al though he has had at least one con ference with Griffith More Women Than Men Registered in 13 Pre cincts Two Days Left to Qualify Emphatic proof that the women will be the deciding factor in this years presidential campaign was of fered in Thursdays registration when 13 of the 38 precincts showed a ma jority of women qualifying for parti cipation in the selection of officials November C This is an increase in precincts carried by the women over the first day of registration when they ex ceeded the number of men register ing in nine The keen interest taken by women in the coming campaign largely as a result of the work of womens po litical organizations forecasts a rec ord vote for the city of MaSsillon November 6 according to officials of the board of elections Thursdays registration of electors exceeded all expectations of the board of elections and brought the total of registrations for the two days to which is nearly two thirds the electoral vote of the city Two More Days Left If registration during the next two days is on a par with the first two then Massillon will cast the heaviesl vote in its history approaching very close to a 100 per cent Although the men still boast of a majority of yet the women within40 registrations of the sex with the longer voting evperience Figures compiled by the board of elections show that to date men have qualified and women Of this number men registered Thurs day arid women Precinct C fourth ward with the FRENCH IS SUNK BY GREEK on page 2 column 3 43 MEN ON BOARD GIANT CRAFT HOW HEADING FOR BERMUDA SEEN BY SHIPS German Dirigible Far Out Over Atlantic Is Fol lowing Southern Course Will Not Block Deal NEW YORK Oct 12 Walr ter Johnson is offered the manage ment of rthe Washington American league club Paul Block owner of the Newark club of the International league to whom jJohnson is under contract will not stand in the way of the transfer it was learned at Blocks New York office today Cold Whispers From Alaska to Chase October Hot Spell HUNTER WOUNDED AKRON Oct 12 J Miller 26 was accidentally shot late Thurs day while on a squirrel hunt with three companions near Copley and may lose the sight of an eye An other hunter mistook the top of his cap for a ground hog KRESGES SAT SPECIALS SWEET POTATOES 10 Sweet Tokay Grapes 3 Iceberg Head Lettuce 15c fonathan Box Apples 3 Ibs Delicious Apples 5 Grapefruit 5 for Sweet California Oranges 2 doz 50c CHICAGO pet 12 good old summer time a calendar truant dallying oyer into midOctober perk ed an apprehensive ear today to cold whispers from the Alaskan wastes After treating Chicago to the hot test October 11 in 56 years the mercury reached during the day temperatures today were confronted with warnings that a cold wave is moving down upon the mid west from Alaska threatening to drive temperatures as low as the freezing point by tomorrow The Chicago beaches bloomed with bathers under yesterdays summer sun evenxas the October hot spell was being broken in Nebraska and parts of the northwest by angry rain storms and precipitate drops in tem perature The weather bureau predicted sub i normal temperatures would prevail at least over the weekend Cleveland had Its hottest October BULLETIN BERLIN Oct 12 W Latest news from Horta in dicates that Dr Hugo Eck ener instead of going directly to Bermuda is j heading sharply for Azores which he expects to reach early this evening By the Associntqd Press Far out over the Atlantic tha dirigible Graf Ztppelin was west of the Island ofMadeira this afternoon and Headed for tha United States over a southerly course that probably will carry her past Bermuda Journey Ahead Thirty and a half hours out of Friedrichshafen the huge air liner passed over the city of Funchal on the Island o Madeira with a good miles to travel before hitting the American coast At A Eastern Standard time the steam ship Euclid reported the Graf Zep pelin about GO miles west of Madeira After passing Gibraltar early this morning the big ship which has planned to head for the Azores be gan to swing southward to avoid strong headwinds and Dr Eckener notified the Zeppelin station at Fried richshafen that byway of Bermuda The wireless staticn at St Michael was in communication with the Graf Zeppelin and frohi messages picked up it was learned that the passengers were exceedingly airsick Although the dirigible apparently was planning to fly south of ths Azores sharp lookout was being maintained there for the ship Tha Azores are northwest of Madeira arid it was not expected that the ship would reach them before late tonight if she should head that way At least five ships reported sighting the Zeppelin at various points be tween Gibraltar and just beyond j Madeira where the steamship Euclid i made the latestreport In view of the long southern de withn temperature of tour madc by the airliner it was not that she would reach Lakflt hurst before Monday morning Passengers today had their first experience at breakfasting in the air they were too airsick to eat The menu was coffee tea bread but ter and eggs or sausage The 20 persons lucky enough to ob tain passage on the airliner some of them at a fare of viewed from the air the lights of cities on tha Report of Accident Off Oporto on October 3 is Received Today PARIS Oct 12 French submarine Ondine overdue for the past three days was sunk by a Greek ship off Porto during the night of the third of October She had aboard three officers and 40 men The Ondine which was GOO tons left Cherbourg on an endurance trial run October 1 She was last heard from on October 3 by a Spanish wire less station Her position was then given as off Cape Pinlstere The Ondine was due at Bizerta the seaport of Tunis on October 9 when she did not arrive the French naval authorities began a search for her in the hope that she might have met with some accident which made it im possible for her to give her posi tion The French ministry of marine in formed the Associated Press that a Greek cargo boat which was recently docked at Rotterdam reported1 having sunk the submarine ELECT OHIOAN WICIilTA 12 Mrs W H O Goode of Sidney was reelected president of the Na tional Womens Home Missionary so ciety at its convention yesterday arge Ripe Bananas doz 25c L V Dromedary Pitted Dates Pkg 20cl Famolls Mlraclc Vegetable Compouna I funeral of ourUate Bro Charles Ern est N All Bro are requested to be present and bring autos R B Crawford W M C W Albright McCoy in Lincoln CENTRAL PROVISION CO See Large Ad on Page 5 Tender Round and Sirloin Steak 22c Swiss Steak and Sirloin Roast 22c Honey Dew Regular Hams Small Pork Loin Fresh Tub Butter Fancy Porterhouse Steak Spring Chops 25c Spring Stewing Arbuckles Breakfast Coffee Bread lOc loaf and 3 for 25c Billy Boyles Cash and Carry Bakery 209 Main ARCADE MARKET SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY PURE COUNTRY LARD 2 Ibs 20c With Every Purchase Fresh Pork Shoulders Fresh Boston Butts Ib Canton Prov Sugar Cured Smoked Hams average 8 to 10 Bacon Squares Small Calla Hams Fresh Spareribs Fresh Home Dressed Rabbits Pork Loin 28c and 32c Home Dressed Chickens Springers and Yearlirigs Tomorrow is Candy Day 2 Ibs for 51c Lincoln Drugs Ic MRS E W VOGT Gold and silver metallic hats with i or without brims and black velvet hats with rhinestonc trinmings Felts in all colors large and small head sizes Action Thrills Wyo A TV ED F WARTH CO Massillons biggest values await you tomorrow See ad on ROSES ROSES Fresh cut short stems per doz Weaver Florist with Vogt Millinery A picture made in Gods see Tim McCoy in Lin APPLES APPLES Carload Grimes Golden bushel Opposite W L E Depot Bring SUGAR BOWL SPECIAL Fresh made chocolate cocoanut dandles 35c Saturday only If you like good Ipe cream get It at the Sugar Bowl and note the Pompoms a bunch roses and a dozen Baileys Flower Shop Dial MOVING Two expert men hourAll modern equipment Call Bell T G COLUMBIA RECORDS lOc Tomorrow will be your last chance to get them atthis price Come early W A 169 Lincoln Way DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT Millport modern and old Are you of We Americans IMPORTANT Are you sick arid do not know what with you Then try Parrys for the entire year while its was 90 degrees at Sandusky A wintry storm which swept Into the Roqky Mountain region from Ca nadian prairies moved eastward today bringing promise of lower tempera tures and rain or snow throughout the Missouri valley where balmy Indian summer weather with an oc casional hot summer day has pre vailed for weeks Snow which fell In nearly every western state and which reached a depth of eight inches in places yes terday had turned to rain as the storm swept down across the high plains of western Kansas and Nebras ka last night A sixweek drought which had affected growth of winter vheat on the Kansas plateaus was sroken by the rain Freezing tem peratures with snow was in prospect oday The mercury fell to 28 degrees at yesterday Eight inches of snow fell in Locan Utah and wire communication was Continued on Page NOTICE TO RETAIL MERCHANTS AND OTHER DEALERS The Massillon Merchants Bureau is opposed on sound business and mer chandising grounds and in the inter ests of all merchants alike to any sort of coupon or other scheme which compels the dealer to give away good nerchandise because some customer has been sold a trade ticket or cou pon purporting to entitle the holder o a bonus in merchandise if he or she makes a certain sized purchase It has been proven dozens of times and in dozens of local cases that the vendor of the scheme not the mer chant eventually gets all the profit and does so at the expense of the tradesman whom the scheme is sup posed to help Such schemes of course are Biit they have proven in the main to be unsound in business policy and in the long run a handicap and a damage to good It will remove all poisons from your system which is the cause of your sickness Try a bottle and then note results It matters not what disease you have every disease looks Parrys Thousands of peo ple have taken it with amazing re sults Try it today the present Is burs the future may be too late Dont put it off until tomorrow lor tomorrow may never come We de liver all phone orders and have a lady attendant John W Yost Phone 8151 120 Sixth NW Massillon STYLE P LU U A LIT Y AT LOWER PRICES SEE PAGE 10 LIN DES 39 LINCOLN WAY NOTICE A special meeting of Clinton Lodge No 47 will be held Saturday Oct 13th at 2 oclock to attend the funeral of our late Bro Charles Ern est All are requested to be sound merchandising The Mcr1 present and bring autos chants Bureau is always glad to ex plain the disadvantages of such schemes and maintains a service to nrotcct all Massillon Merchants alike Before you succumb to a salesman with such a scheme and allow your store or trade name to be used pretty much solely for profit of the other fellow call Masslllon Merchants Bureau 3327 and hear the other side of the argument There is now an epidemic of such schemes Roinc the rounds Massillon Merchants Bureau Dial R B Crawford W M C W Albright McCoy in BEST IN MASSIL LON ALWAYS AT THE ACME LIN COLN WAY MASQUERADE COSTUMES For sale or rent Dial Y W C A CAFETERIA Chicken and Baked Ham Saturday night KIEFFERS SAT SPECIALS v Iceberg 2 heads Home Grown Tomatoes 3 Ibs Celery 2 Grapefruit 3 for Delicious Apples 3 Ibs Cranberries Hcme Grown Potatoes pk COOKING ONIONS 6 Ibs Muellers Spaghetti or Macaroni DAVIS BROS SAT FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SPECIALS 168 Lincoln Way W 2 pkgs 2pc GRAI5ER I Holmes Co Sweitzer Cheese Ib 36c Fresh Eggs 1 Edw Catsup 1 Chill Sauce 49fl Mixed Vegetables for Soup can Pumpkin large cans 2 for 25a FOR DELIVERY SERVICE Swept Potatoes 10 Grapes all kinds 3 Dial 6929 Cor North and Grimes Golden and Wclty Apples 4 Ibs Fresh Coeoanuts 3 for Ice Berg Head Lettuce 3 heads 25c Nice Fresh Oranges 200 size doz 12G size doz Endive Celery Mangoes SATURDAY SPECIALS AT THE SUPERIOR MARKET Extra Fine Chuck Roast Jb Pot Roast Ib 26o Lemons Grapefruit Pink Meat Muskmelons Fresh Figs Large and Small Honey Dew Melonr Box Apples Bananas 40cplatc Boiling 90cipickled Pigs Feet 2 Ibs 25c Cooked lb Sugar Dale Hams whole or half 35c Wiltshire Ham whole or half 38c Cottage All kinds fresh fruits andvegetables Homc Grown Potatoes pk Big dance Lake Park Alliance good music and POTATOES Nice white Michigan Russets Rood cookers bu Call Co 23F3 Adam C Rohr 2 city limits on Akron St NATIONAL MEAT FRUIT CO Pure Rendered Lard 2 Swiss 28c Sirloin Steak Meaty Beef Pot Roast 20c Boiling Beef Pork Veal Chops Spring Lamb Legs or Chops Spare Brick Cheese 27c Sweitzer Tub Creamery 49c Tomorrowis Candy Day 2 Ibs for 51c Lincoln Drugs Ic Action Thrills Wyo Join the throngs of happy buyers BLOOMBERGS QUICK MONEY RAISING FURNITURE SALE Gives you savings of Half and more on Furniture Stoves Rugs and Bed 60c Chocolate 30c CANDY SPECIAL asst centers only Cooking Apples 6 Ibs Sweet 6 Ibs Mangoes Celery Tomatoes arjd Greens We Deliver Dial 7164 328 Erie A picture made in see Tim McCoy in Lin AT ED F WARTH CO Massillons biggestvalues await you tomorrow See ad on page SATURDAY SPECIALS AT CENTRAL MARKET Extra Special Mild Cured Ham lb Kirchhofers Drug I Fancy dressed vpil breast I to fill fresh and svrioked FLOOR LAMPS hearts fresh back new models We also loin spring lamb pickled pigs feet bridge arid floor lamps to match All moderately priced MASSILLON HOUSE FURN CO First SW near Lincoln cottage ham cottage and cheese We Deliver II J HALTER Dlftl   

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