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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1924, Zanesville, Ohio                             OLUMBUS BUSINESS MEN ARE HERE ON GOOD FELLOWSHIP VISIT Prinli the News THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL tfce TrmA NO. 349 ZANESV1LLE..O, THURSDAY EVENING, PER PBICE: THKEE CKN1 FALL STARTED TO DO BUSINESS WITH SINCLAIR RIGHT_0_FF BAT FRANK VANDERLIP TAKES MEAN FLING AT in On Dome She Came All the Way from Texas for Fame and Found it in Death I Lease JttSt OS Soon Cabinet EXPLAIN HIS SIORY Owners of Marion Star Demand It Inside Facts About Sale Are Revealed Washington, Feb. Frank A. Vauderlip, New! York financier, who made! sensational insinuations con-; cerning the sale of the Marion! Star by the late President' Harding, did not get a chance j today to tell the senate oil in- ,yestigating committee Jfav behind his veiled charges. sat all day in the'; committee room, listening to! sensational testimony offered; by John C. Shaffer, western newspaper owner; E. G. ney, assistant secretary of the; interior under Fall, and oth-j ers. and then was informed by; the committee it would be im-l possible to hear him until to-j --fjorrow. He was instructed i in Washington. i IABDING TURNED i DOWN BIG OFFER I'ouKhkeepsit-. X. Y.. fob. 14- Th-i iate President Warren >iardinv at one- time refused an of-; as Western Admits He Re- He Rendered No i Sensation in Oil Probe Toddy. t Washington. Feb. -14.- oce sectioa. and Uierc jtion sensation today as! 91008 acres in the reserve." ithe senate oil investigators dus- The Standard Oil Co. did jdeeper into the morass of make any effort to secure the jeircumstances underlying U-as-; tracts for construction of oil stor- jing of the great naval oil tanks at Harbor (Ha- iserves to Sinclair and Doheny because in the opinion ot have had for them in life. for Broadway. A few bits as extra Butterfiv projected her name before in lier "And after death the -star" photos of i terests. I John C. Staffer, oiruer of a j of western appeared before the toresti- atingr cuguuHlee and revealed i that as early as March. i only a matter at dajs after be I bad sworn In as secre- tary of the interior. Albert B. fad was nrvodatlnr with Harry K. Sinclair for the lease of Teapot Done. The contract was HOC oonsaauiatrd for morv than a year later in April. I Shaffer revealed, too. .that its chief counsel Oscar Satro. I entire project ILLEGAL. cording to Sutro's testimony loiiar at the resumption of the oil tigation by the senate on public lands. storage tanks were laur constructed fry Dohiny inter under the contract them the lease on Elks Sills serve in California and within; few months after Doheny had I ed ex-Secretary of the Interior" I a satchel." John Holland, who is Se i Walsh's secretary, testified i the committee that he had of Sutro's adverse opinion Wfe T" Camp "Koh-Tah-Tan" Will Again Be Operated For Boys This Summer Announcement was "made Thurs-; accommodations arc Hmited Columbus Business Men in City for a Few Hours and Hosts at a Noon Luncheon -himself received out ithe settlements which Sinclair! contrae> in jrnade in rival claimants: Tlies of tne interior department. ;to the Dome area. Under vruel-j .ud .lias questioning by members of; itfee committee, the publisher !admitted that it the appear-: lance of "a sift" although, he de-l i fended it on the ground of his; Holland also read a tcttcrv written by H. Foster Bain. rector of the bureau of ndacaL to Fall in wbJcb Baiu uUJ, "Attoruvy General JDaueherty, had informally and verbally. ;prior claims and fact had: favorable opinion.- the'Pearl Harbor contract. 'Did you Bad any correspoufl- :spent considerable money in devel-l 'oping adjoining property. Shaffer told the committee hejence snowing why Daugherfy ;had one-eighth; interest _ in waat a formal opinion Pioneer Oil .Co.. and aad received Also Grand Jury To kindle a closer business re- principal speaker and save an of the wnicn- aid replied between the two cities'wresting F. Sinclair agreed to; Holland was instructed to search Ubcty members of the Manufactur-nn Marketing" and told of the fool- aMied companies of the of the department of and Jobbers" association to-'-hiirdv buving: of some men..Oil pf Indiana 1-ether with members of the "talk was very instructive Of the group iber of Commerce from Columbus.! many will profit by Professor May-jDome. at 9 o'clock: nard's timely remarks. to on Teapot; in Shaffer denied ever having: a special car: During the luncheon Miss "some from the! f I the" C. 21.' Z. Electric Rail-lKappes gave several excellent Ooil Co. "for services I UlUHIIvM Ul Thurdav er the" _ boot- on a oooscere T; J-ii'i Griff is of this- camp on June 13 and slay xhere 5 pay ail expenses i i untiliJulv 3 when they will return- very own "spendin. las' toicaram sor.t bv the; .home, the Comrade group will: candies and to Owens set; then occupy the camp from July; care to ouy. in f1 Tjeirif and' everything -will to the their! money foriVouns; employed by the Ku whatever else to lead is I selections and the community uered." ,-hf.'- v.-as led ov Charles Rankin while; Senator Waish read what he de-: L. Bowers was cheer the minutes of a meet-J houses? All present in singing j ing of Pioneer-directors, where it. -i iSasiiingioa. Feb. for the boys long at speed of {actual camp dates ar very successful today. investigation inen here will be long remembered by- iocal busirress iner. and" ti" to and _ a closer busi- asam. pteage." L'jvertinfr invmeistarily from'the- naval re.orve by iary of the Interior Albert B. In view this. L.en-1 id to Jiave taken the i ,rior AI ucn in fairness to the mem-1 t.nd Secretary ot tne Nav> wenov. ]atc Vander-! he public iantis committee sum-; be to answer lio should be moneti Frank A- charses at a public hearing of the; ork insinuations tc- explain upon the Star. The coiiiniittee wantral Tau- committee. Information having been brougn..! than' L.W- ,______- mentioned -were, payroll, the commit-1 Pr.-sident and the orcum-; committee's attention stances tne of the. officers other former those previously clcrlip u> she basis for lus tee today planned to recall the oiij him-1 KesS 'relation1 between themselves] roaav iaEd loci! business men, many of' n ft V ,nce -oaaj- lh latter being customers of the I II I the grand jury iajColumous wholesale and jobbers, lh U A 1 indicting: 47 others was welcomed] Foilowins tijeir business call Oiei iby Major General Milton J. Fore-jcolumbus wholesalers and man. commander of t-o (of guardsmen bent on at luncheon- in the dining- i peace in the county and that of tne Central Presbyterian; i ment described by the general as; church were a. sumptuous -meal was! "those who have ijeld aloof The luncheon, was well at-: 'activities of the Klaii and anti-: tended -aad -enjoyed by all. The; and on whose wakened folk and .their-guests the peace of the county joyed the luncheon until PTi III -to Walsh's and when asked what he had to say. ob- EIGHT HALF VOTE EACH never before beard of these muiates or that mat- tcr and I reodcicd no servtccs to j The publisher said in substance! _U that he had made application for'- ;a slice of the" Teapot Dome land toj 128 Petitions -Now Out .K s DJxoll. manager of allegation That a certain Mariim ticKSpaiit-r sola for tivicc at much as it was Xiortb." ISemocrats and Ke- blicans .-tlikc demanded to iio-.v former head the National City Tiaiik. of Nciv York, spoke upon "gos- sip-, whteh liaci been iramlcssly about in connection with or whether his ciiargca were upon somc- niarc solid. f------------------- magnate to verify or disaffirm the; I report. In addition, the commit-; tee wants to ask him if senators are on his legal staff. i Vanderfip arrived at the r miUee'room early and took a in a secluded corner to await f i The committee decided first to; Ministers Shear Sutro. counsel for the! OH Co.. of land Vanderlip's appearance conse-; uuently was delayed. The committee today received; Two ShHton brothers, identified Uhey will "visit the merchants descriptions, were held re-fthia afternoon" and enjoy a ban-1, for'the shooting of in the evening-. Caesar Cagie in the verdict j The following Columbus Pick His Own gates at Large farms; FKlwtnr r-iurnedbv the coroner's jury. were represented in the trip nere; Committee IS r WireClOr IS b-rothers could beilUursday; !found bv officers. It was said they, Avery Loeb Elcctnc Co.: Blue; j. part of the country- valley Crfeamerj' Co.: Blumer-Sar-: return of the verdict, tajn packing Co.; Central Paper; _ _ -Tl- Solid of CharffCS i Secretary feeltog-be .was of Commerce, ititled to some of it pecausft hft had iThursday morning that 13S initifc- improving petitions for the new franchise '.i adjoining the Dome. Itis Columbus, Newark ft "Do j-ou askea Eiectric Railway hat anyone who spent money onrna, that neighborhood was a the Tcapot! being readily' sliced "bT t hie land. sfavor of retaining street car Shaffer evaded a-.direct answer.j-viue "I.think ask for; 1Ir Hie great ma-H jority of the signatures had betSaV to Close Here OR Saturday The termer secured in the outlying districts? -J of C-OndltlOHS ut'iiaticj- .Ml durlns: last few following telesram rrom Louis. nsation.-H. Brush: _ ser.saiion sensation.; H. Brush iii the oil inquiry.; r-Miiors, nio.-l of liic-rji vague iii founded, have cfmc to tne com-, attuuli'-n from aU over. country. cr these have: ix-vr: uueriy disregarded as 100 far.- Irorn fact to v.-.-irrant consideration.j D. Moore and I win be in Washlnzton Friday and re- quest or both ot us be permitted to tell the com- mittee what we know relative to the purchase of Mr. Hard- ing's paper." -proposed, he taking the stand sisncd mostly working ;he' would pay a, return to the AV yet -lernmeat just_as others getting a'baa beKn support -snare would do m royalties. ,vass aiia tne district canvassea either late this aft' torm-r-rtoo dnhing-the first well on o_ Friday morning. It is stated that in addition cofr" i petitions which can be signed -at nf roormil asked. the chaaiber of commerce rooma; ji affirmation the comn-.itsco wns forced to- n.-i and 0-n.r.sid cxi-lanatioa of; bank'jr. OWNERSF cr- will take action on tfte peti- tions filed with me or.i; way or the other upon Mr. ilcUonald's return declared Gov. Dona- Friends of in--: hastened to fiv'cns !-naU-d by the governor as his per-, depuiies. also arra Uoral representative the were on duty meat at Urbana ai .....CRABBE ATTACKS OHIODRY1 SPLIT M ,y the Sov- those who wish to sign them whila w law requiring such ias at the Zanesviiie Sxvinss aad _. Tfroni the canasdate. Committee-; SSwitchboard Supply Co.; SlcCiure- vrere unanimous in their; iTritschler. Parrish Co-; Slarionj ofco i Rubber Co. Merchandise Storage" 'ern Show Case Fixture itional Bank of Commerc i Elevator Machine Co. ;ional bank Ohio State :Manufacturing Co.: Orr Brown jn eight delegates at; George Galligan and foiiriai Harvester Co.: E. .1. W. E. arrested by Young.! Jones ones. Witter after imprison-; Kauffman-Lattiiner Co.; and Marion. coaimerce _ Price Co.; F. O- Schoedingcr; J. understanding was that: F. A. Sells Co.: E. T. to be men an.4 three; 'cantile Co.; Siebert-Constable This is the kind of deie-, Hardware proposed by friends of: 'Southard Novelty Co.: Governor James M. Coz.j Manufacturing Co.; of the committeemen: :uel Stet-ens Co.: Tracy-Wells' disclosed that all are com- Cnited States Rubber Co.; Western; ted personally to Mr. 'rh'- dls-. Electric.Co.: Whitacre Lumber nsrs asainst Anderson to Tarn-13_ Strepper. export secretary delegates. O'RYAN ACCUSED A BONUS FOE the chamber ters. The working people at the vcri- oas industrial or the eityv are respontlins with signing of the petitions, it is re- ported. Statistics indicate more than 60 per cent of the street car patronage is of workers goiujf to or from work. It was stated last night that ye- tttions will be called in SaturUajr 1 _________ -evenins- This wiU give the ciiy clerk. Fuller Weish. ac opportuiiity Mrs. E. M. Poston of Columbus lo determine the saiBciencr of is to be the state speaker at the. petitions. If that course is pur- Joubt- open meeting of the local the petitions can be presented, istrict: Teachers' association at the city council Monday evemns- "school auditorium on Monday! Those backing' toe petiuons Feb. at o'clock. buiiding no hopes on the posstuir- "Mrs- Poston is much Sn demand that council may act as a speaker, is a woman of ordiaaneee. even.though Ma charming personaiity, mother of I rapid signing of petitions wouia as three children "aad has been la Pa-'.considered a good evidence of now in the people feel about the ordinance. ren-c Coicinbas for some t'.me- She will; Therefore rt appears lively tnat teli the pub'ic sometniDg of lhe matter win fee submitted ..o a of the people at tes April prf- benefits to be derived by parents: and teachers from Parent- Teacher association. There win at tie April A'meeiJng or the citizen or of nirn." of Vandor-. Democratic from Senator n of Wisconsin, who. t-f tro committee.: I H root i' -i think of --aid. I lhe Star oxer IIIC O! a period of years average.' a Vetnm of 1O per cent on the foil price. DR. 07E. DEPOE CRmCALLY iegatTOT! ss f, of Canton. a'd tfiij; of safety .1 h-'arinc. srcss'y unfair ar.d to TRAIN HIT AUTO ToV-.in mers. two. LOST PART OF HAND IN COGS Feb. O'Neal, president Genera' John R- of Corn--counsel for senate at tbe luncheon. ;hot investigated nd introduced the bureau wsis chorsed today-all I speakers. "W. Jones, president American JLcsion irsth using. re of Chamber of Coia-'jijs official position to accomplisli' rents or teachers. inercc. and -Tames T. Daniels. enactment of the tax, rftary of the same and the defeat of the so' save short talks iii which they; bonus. thanked the locai btisiness rnen'forj has-ed its charges up- e cordial recertson accorded a {orrn letter writ-en by O'Ry-- iocs. r..' to. of O. K-r.iis-. will regre; rcr.rlitior. is not irrs- Samaritan Co'.umbfss. and or.t from for an a-'iditlonai award injured when under !ho was struck by V.as been received at prof H_ H fie'- of lhe Industrial of Ohio. Clarence M. Wni.'e Col'.ago. contends tbf.l "J- y.sstained the loss "of of r.ls Ssand when :n the employ of snc Mideast Oil company, and that th 
                            

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