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   Steubenville Herald Star (Newspaper) - November 3, 1922, Steubenville, Ohio                                Fair tonight prob Cooler tonight STEKJBENVILLET HER ALDSTAl LEADING EVENING NEWSPAPER OF EASTERN OHIOIN ADVERTISING AND Mofe NOVEMBER TWO CENTS A EARLY ACTION IN FINAL ROUNDUP OF HALL WITNESSES IFOR GRAND JURY ALL SUMMONED WITH 1 EXCEPTION OF REV i HALLS Statement She Gave the Reporters Expected to be Taken as Her Story Relating to the Tragic E special deputy attorney general Investigating the allMills murder refused aero today either to affirm or Ideny that warrants had been Isworn out for any one in conntc with the New All persons connect fed with the HallMills murder with the exception of the slain rectors Fran ceo were sum moned to the court house today Ipy Special Deputy Attorney Gen leral Mott for a was of evidence to be sub tmitted to the grand The it was learn intend to interrogate these persons in v the Border in which Ithey appeared in the begln Inlng with tire two New Bruns rwick policemen who discovered bodies the ReV Hall and his choir undejf apple the Phu statements made Phillips Says Caffee Killed Widow Meadows Los Clara charged with having wielded hammer with which Alberta Tre malno a young was beaten to faced furth er crossexamination The prosecution had begun to question Phillips when ad lournment wSs taken She testified with considerable accuslne Meadows of intimacy with her Armour Tho defen dant declared that was her former chum in the chorus of a musical who bought the 1ammer with which the youns widow was anrl that Gaffe killed Mea The Iron Woman when aswered a long uatre propounded by newspaper probably will be taken as iier Etory for the grand It and It was for this rea Bon that ehe was not calledHoday James husband tha Blaln choir visited the rcene of the crimei for the firs time last He then he thought the authorities had made a mistake In their fall Sre 10 arrest all members of both amilies They might have learned omethlng Ve but It it too late Mills added that he believed eyewitness story told by Jane the farmer voman of Hamlton Now Deputy Attorney General Wll g A Mott has discovered an 3r woman eye witness of murder of the Edward Hall and his choir lead Eleanar Reinhardt According to reports Her Identity Is said to be known only Mott and De fective James chief in Neither would say vhether the woman actually saw commitment of the crime or merely saw the principals on the Phillips farm on the night of the Working from a secret head Mott Is credited Iwlih having about completed the It la said he plans to begin presenting the case to the grand Jury tomorrow and that any fur Ither delay would be only for the MEANSTHE SULTAN IS DEPOSED ANGORA ASSEMBLY VOTES ITSELF ALL Declares It is Invested with Sovereign Rights and is the Keystone of the DELIVERS ADDRESS AT THE REPUBLICAN MEETING AT WELLS AUDITORIUM Calmly and the widow of slain New min ister faced a score of newspaper men and told Ijer version of the t v A Donahey Called Common Liar By Prominent Dentmy former report that Turkish Nationalj Democratic National Commlttee t assembly at Angorahas passed j In reply to a speech attack it Cleveland las o the throne Is contained In a ny A vDonahey Demo atch to the Exchange Telegraph cratic candidate for to rom its Constantinople iseved a formal atatemeni who quotes dispatches sayIllK that Donahey is a com Such action by tha National asmon llar Donahey embly would mean of course that as saying that he did not deslro he Sultan Is In the futhe support of Moore w of any according to the other hoes he only caliph in Turkey will bei i eriodically elepted without govl statement today refer rnment all Democratic candidate ng hands of the National asas incompetent assembly last night decida dozen times throuch represen d unanimously that It is sovereign rights and that the Moore denied that he wai urklsh Nationalist government Is supporting Carinl the ie keystone of the I Republican saying he The decision of the assembly could not do so because of Thomp was announced by a salute of 101 j sons party Ho could not support the state unanll ment bwaiiBe of his utta of strengthening his lease for House Divided On Politics but Calm Prevails IFolltlcal factions In the home of a member of the county executive com outwardly are de leplte the fact that tonight Mra an ardent wlli Ibe called upon to play hostess to I Republicans who gather at the J Carroll home for a I A few nights ago Carrol Istaged a meeting In Itheir home and her poe lelbly oat of waa com Ipelled to applaud hot shota o I the Tonight the situation wUl be Carroll adfllng I Carroll had her Demoora tic meeting and now r want a Jle iPubMcan meeting and I want 1 Inlseer and better than her meat I was In politics first and dont propose to let any woman Get the best of mously adopted by the Moore prom first said that by virtue of orjsed that he would enter the cam anlc statute and palgn actively to tell the voter overelgn rights had been vested wnat Iknow about Dohaaey and n an inalienable and Indivisible concluded hn was manner in the moral person of the there was not for Wm to ingora which was the stump the nly emanation of the The econd resolution declared the Caliphate was vested In the imper1 al family ot the Daman iut that the Turkish government remains the keystone of the BROKE HECOBD oldewt resident of the Uni States to be was broken when Alerander native of Scotland becam American citizen here today previous according t al was held by wourl who waa led OM of He declared that Dona hey had sought his suwnort hal Two resolutions were In Other Days fells of Achievements of Harding Adminis tration Voters are Urged to Go to Polls on Secretary of the Navy Edwin closed a biisv day of peaking In Ste 11 benville last eve Ing by addressing an anthuslas ic Republican mass meeting at Wells high school several hundred In ludlng delegations from every ounty in the 18th congressional district were The meetiDK last evening was he climax to a day of speech making for arflv d hero from Washington lay morn In tc alter an auto mobile tour of the Addressed L meeting of the Klwanlo club at he close of tills meeting he spoke to the exsemrlce f mens Both of these talks were nonpol Last nights meeting at the high school was preceded by a parade led by an IRplece Jarry Republican state central committeetnan presided over the meeting and presented Congressman Frank Murphy who spoke briefly to these piuo ent He that Deuby would be given the rlehj of way but that Wilma Sinclair Le Van would sneak a few words be lore the secretary made his spoke of the Wom ens Republican organisation In QFFICALS SENTENCED TO PRISON ONVICTE6 OP CENY OF CITY this county and Republican women to BO to the polls on Tuesday next and help elect the entire Btato She Urged those who had hot enrolled In the local womens cluto to do so Immediately and asked them to send their names In before elec tion Congressman In Intro ducing the speaker of the evening stated that Steubenvllln and Jet fcrson county had Indeed been honored by a vlelt from one of President Hardtngs cabinet min thifl belne the first time In many years that the cltv had been so In his opening remarks tho Secretary spoke hlirhlv nf his re ception In the city durlnc the He did not touch on pmty poli tics to any confining him self to a brief outline of tho of the present ad urelng the voters of this district to show that their confidence In President Harding and the Republican concress had not been shaken by returning a solid delegation to Washington on next Tie praised President Harding statlnc that to his mind he was one of the most hard working and earnest men to Jo duty as President of the United Htates he had over He praised Continued on Pace Eighteen Thla hitherto unpublished photograph of Edward W Hall shows that the Blaln miniate enjoyed himself Jaat sumnie when he was the guest of Henry brother of This picture was taken at Stevens summer estate alt velefte th La KILLS HIS BROTHER Shot Him Because Victim Had Boasted That H Was Father of Murder ers PAIR OF BANDITS KILLED Four Business Men Who Plead Guilt yto the Con spiracy Also Sentenced to Various former city com was sentenced today to erve from 12 to 7 years at Vuburn State He Wftfa onvioted on Tuesday of larceny t city Three employes of the depart ment of parks and public bulld ngs of which Malon was the nd business men who plead d guilt to participating in tho rauds amounting to about also wore j Frank G Malohs sec etary Frederick depart ment and Albert Fe former playground were sentenced to serve from two o five Edward president of he Eastern Oil was sen encod to serve from one to three Ho brought money to the ourt to make restitution but It vas no Frank coal was sent to the county pen tentlary for one a was flned and a prison sentence of pne to hree years was suspended provldi edihe makes restitution of to the Sentence was AFTER ROBBING A OBSERVE Delightful Visit Loyal to l Steubenville Crowd Fess at Cincinnati Labor for f Lack of Interest Secretary iDenbya viait to bervllle waa most delightful every standpoint Heis a Ikable man and moat interesting aa a Those who 4 were fortunate enough to hrown in hla company repbrtJ urn as moat graoloua in and moat charming in convert He waa delighted wll He thinks we a great future TBe ei the magnificent scenery in of the Men a Veteran Train Robber Had a Record of Seven Train Holdups in Three Years1 3 veteran laaourl train as no quail and Harvey a former railroad employe ere phot and killed early today y postofflce after ey had robbed a mail car on a outhbound passenger train of 10 Louis and San he stolen about 100 regls ired was Six postofflce threo allroad special agents and two eputy sheriffs were waiting near he scene of the which ad been anticipated through nowiedge of Kennedys previous Kennedy and Logan were mak for their automobile with the tolen mall when the officers suspended In the case of a Elmer who was In charge of said the bodies of the two obbqrs ware found with revel era clutched In their A lorpnerB held an inqaest Oklahoma 3 murder charge wa filed today against A Bowen who last night shot and killed hit as the lat in custody of alighted from a train from where he was arrested on a charge of failure to provide for his and Bowen told authorities that he killed his brother because the lat ter had boasted tnat he was tho father of Bowens In his cell Bowen expressed the be lief that his former wife was on Separate Trials Granted FiVe Men Accused of Murder The trial of Steve Boohan for will begin In Commor Pleas court next Wednesday He with four other Fork miners were Indicted for murder in the degree fo the killing of Mike Mazarachuk about a year Tho defendants have been granted separate trials The court today set Novombe 20th as the date for tho trial o Mike Propo another of the defendants and tho following was drawn for his case Grace Lewis Me Harry Grac Roy Pan Lillian Otto Neu Donald OlbbB Tiulu John Bamford Eleanor Flpti Joseph Addlso Minnie William all of Steubenville Earl James Cole Lyln and Afa Me ot Minjro Vyula fiprnpuo Richmond Molllngor Fernwood Amevida McFadden Irondain William Em Champion to Spend 20 Years At a Reformatory Mabel Chanualon will sorve twenty years in the Marys ville Reformatory for the mur der of Thomas New Haven carnival Drome unless the Court of Appals higher court wants a trial and she Is then acqultW or she Is pardoned bv tho gov She liac no hone nf The sentence was imnoacd last night by Judge Maurlca Brenon atfer a Jury convicted her of Court attaches say is only one of the youniriwt wom en ever convicted of a crime that Involved a Attorneys for Champion announced their Intention of ap pealing the case on When the verdict was read thev entered a motion for a new trial and ask od that sentence bn deferred until the motion was The has been very kind and f merciful In mv Judge Bernon I ree no reason for further leniency on tho part of the Champion charged with first decree murder for the kQllnR of OConnell In restau rant last This Way in the No Stop Flight Girls Abductor Enters Prison On 40 Year Term 3 the H year old swimming star who was kidnapped Sunday and abandon San John Mac Ready and Oakley army1 took off at Rockwell field at today in an the continent to New York attempt to cross from San Diego without a stop In the great mono plane The aviators said their route would take them to Arf From thsre the airway Is to be over the Franklin 40 miles oast of El Fnso across the Into tho Texas Pan Handle and over Fort jrross the northwest part of Ar over southeast Southern Indiana anrl entering Pennsylvania at the Southwest Then the route goes to Mlnaola by way of Harris and The aviators said they expect ed to travel about 2850 miles LONG SKIRTS GET A SETBACK Now skirts have received another setback If earlv orders for sprlnsr aro any indica A New York depart ment store has placed orders for sprint suits wlth the skirts nine Inches from the nlre dam Welilny and C the train with his brother at City Me time of the Both men had been According to a complaint on file Clarence a newspaporJToronto abandoned his present wife and two children here time Bowens children TTarUtfll are City Martha J Adena White Dlllonvale Nolla Muse an ed In the pine Manlstee wilderness of probably will ie brought back to Muskegon late today or ll waa said at the childs home here to Rosalies condition had Im proved lato last night to such an extent that physicians believed she could be brought to a hospi tal The girl was still In a highly nervous and no effort was made to gain from her the story of her two days wandering through tho for The abductor of the Raymond E entered Marquette prison today where he was sentenced to serve from 35 to 40 NAVY AND ITSNN BATTLING TODAY Three Girls Dead By Jumping From Burning Factory New By srirls were three more are reported dvlug and about a dozen were taken to hos pitals seriously inlurad after a fire had broken out In a celluloid factory on East Thlrttenth street this afternoon and flames had iiulckly enveloped the threa story About fnrtv clrls were employ ed In the Sftvnral Jump ed from windows aa the panic More escaped over roofs Others were taken down ladders by American League Wash end firat period Navy 0 Penn State Navy and Penn State went into battle hero today before the larg est and most brilliant aseemblage that ever witnessed a football game In tho National DITCJ AT 102 Bridget Mary agod who attracted considerable public attention some momlha ago by at tending a prize fight in Sioux died in a hospital night of old age and complica tions resulting from a broken She waa born In 8IMJKN8 MAUHTAGK WITH A KOUTUNK New to on condition that she get Miss Ruth has decided to continue selling rolls and plea In her mothers Miss Spanler was nam ed benlflclary In the will of her Jacob who died in Los Angeles I certainly will not marry for she said When I marry it shall bra for love and I will not altor my plans Just because of this Suspends Guan A his probe to do termlne whether Kuarrls at state brick plant at Junction Clt wore Imnllcttted In asBliitlng prls oners cmnloyed at the plant t Wardon Thomas o tho state prnltentlurv fronted 1 Kuanl at tho per miBslon to appeal his COBO to the Stato Civil Service following rolewn from It Is alloKfctl that Hall knew the har on the irate wns nm In which nermittrMl James Eldnnkan of LucaK county and John McFatl dtn of PortftKO county to escape rtxr section and he was loathe MAIL CAR WESleave it even to Ws TERN flclal duties He says he every drop of the Ohio it is a strong because all of it is not In condition aa tttat part of it which flpws into our To Chief He is very loyal to his resident He he President would be le for the good of bis count Je is also loyal to the other j of the cabinet tliey hard working and efficient lolsls who have iiMle thought politics but a great of dev Ion to Being of tho Navy he is of greatly interested in our ohdnt marine and fighting1 le is proud ot his It a not only the first line of dauA ense n time of war but through1 H heflylng ot tho flog It erod them to halt Inspector Bob Ward of etbre ftayllght Vitfd returned a erdlct of teacrltlng the bra said that Kennedy and Companion stopped the train lumber running from at Louis to at Seventy Blx elation seven and one halt miles north of Logan the nail and express from tho res f the The engineer and Ireman wore ordered off the lo and Kennedy took the wo cara down the track severa miles toward Stop lng tho locomotive two ban Ills entered the mall The hroo clerks were lined up agalns a wall Kennedy Inspected the taking several pouches to he cab of the Th oocmotlve then was detached and Kennedy and Logan rode to Wit About 1BO yards from ho station the two lumped from and eft It running Nearby was an automobll aud concealed In the brush alons the right of way were the offi hop vin Ises America and its ideals to all the world The Secretary self does not aeem to be of the political Aalde from ing that his chief would be dlcated by tha votera he really seemed loathe to discuss f political His heart itf in hia department rather than in dlscusBlon of the questions now being threshed out In the state ot Steubenville Crowd It is most discouraging to n distinguished and national char a man Who Is the reprut sentatlve of a to oonje a comnjuniU arid speak to an audience not a alVin proportion to the tsnce of the ville Is proverbially cold In attendance at political gatherings F Our people have to be lashed nl most Into a fury before they properly It is really Wo have had distill sulshod lecturers come here and distinguished orators along other lines of work and they meet with the same lack of Interest as shown by The tary was undoubtedly effected more or less by tho smallnesa ot the audience for he made no ef fort whatever to deliver a politi cal speech simply outlining some of the work of the administration and devoting practically all of his time to a discussion ot the navy Steubonville owes it to herself to show more Interest In gulshed guests regardless of the party to which they belong and regardless ot the they Inspector Ward command to shouted the It was bright noonllght and the officers ee tho robbers reach for could their Several of the officers Continued c Page 14 WHAT DID YOU SEE It IB a poor advertisement for our civic spirit Every man holding high position should be given a cordial and loyal wel Such a course makes Steubonville stand out in his memory Hla Hnlertnlnmont The Secretary will cany homu with him a moot feel lujj of hospitality as extended by thu Klwanls This organiza tion cortnlnlv did Its full It not only entertained Its own mem bers but Kracioualv entertained notary as Here the Secre tary had a lino audlcnea and ho Hhowecl hlB pleasure in his lUhtful manner on thla That tho great Jtepubllcan party ot thla auction could not maintain this record by alao Klvlng him a capacity audience and reception la at all creditable cither to our enthusiasm or Ht Cincinnati FOBS wna down at Cincin nati Wodncfldav nluhi and he addressed a raeetlnK there which In elite has rarely been equalled In the state of Cincinnati has not been looked unon us a Fees The people there very liberal but tho mpntlng ad dressed by the dlBtlnpulshed Re publican candidate for Senator cavn he cnw a man turned out to bo one of the most i Market itrcut last ever seen In Clnoln hravv fur fur Tho Enquirer aavs that tho aucllonco at tnu beginning was rcnorts he a man puHhlnx a twin babv carriage while hid wife trallwl carnlni tho Saw a drain a botlle of hootch and then cry that tho town waa eo dry he couldnt get a drink renorU Miss writes she paw a man and woman papering a room of their home at night by light of the While out drlvlnc through bovprs Lane niuht I saw two couple In an tho voung men In tho front cuat nrirt tho girls in tho roar reports Mbs mid bridrcom What did von fife Prize of for brut to this col umn thin Kaminski Case To Go To Jury Late Today The fate of John flmt Kamlnskl declared he was of 200 or more tnlnurs to bo trlort forced at the point of a gun to not for flrBt degree murder for the in the He bald he ami an killing of Sheriff Duval at other man tried to get away aftor will be placed the mine had been but In the hands of the jury at Wellswas halted by other men with burg some time this the gun battlo atart in Ko port Ing from Indications The defense closed ltn case with KarainBkl taking the witness stand In his own behalf and enter thls defendant Stders decided said ho anrl Hyrd to and ihey made their This mornings nosalon was taken up with briefs and HH each Ing a sweeping denial of haH four for ar charges preferred by the He i denied having anything to do with I lining up the marchers or direct ing the attack on the CllftonvllU Indications are that the case will not get to the jury be fore late tnu heelnnlng rather hoiitllo but that soon Con FOPS bronchi thorn to their foe in n wIM demonstration of approval That he strengthen ed his carulidacv In Of thfi state bv his remarkable speech iH nut doutted by any ot tho Icadrni x fur lnss has also bv the lender of a prKit railroad union and labor cral Is tHilns urced to sup 1Vnfj at tho Kess IB fortunate in a record dwillnK with bur and buolnesa interests ot the That he is Krowlns in strength dally is not Tho teachers of the state almost solidly behind They respect his ability have come In contact wlh for year J past In tho preat he has done for the public schools ot tbfl ntate of They have read his hlfltorlcal work nnd IjU study In poyernmeiit and they know him to be fully enulnned for the Continued on Page Jl   

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