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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1930, Zanesville, Ohio                               >i JSCHROEDER WOMAN, PALE AND WORRIED, STRICKEN ILL AND TRIAL MOMENTARILY HALTED N SIGNAL VOL. L, No. 259 ZANESYELLE, O, TUESDAY EVENING, MAR. PRICE: THREE CENTS TAFT BORNE TO GRAVE WITH HONORS OF NATIONAL CHIEFTAIN CITY STARTS PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM EARLY TO AID UNEMPLOYED Hoover Leads Nation in Reverent Tribute to Former President aSardi The lore bore for William How- ard Taft was symboiizei today Sn a tribute by ciUzens of the capital -ffho sroofi. a drenching spring rain as fcoaors of the state were -.he Itnal 4 said tt> the departed chieftain cwcTboSS. those of high and -wr desreee had waited sn the rain Sled through, the roumoa. of the "caDitol pass the catafalque upon other uresldents lay 5n state destiv-ilncoln. GsrfieM, McKSn- r and Earding. It S.OOO persons passed by for a look at the msn -who isas be- gooc loved by so many for hi nature. Other thousands lined the streets oi canital through which the bril- liant ianeral cortege moved to sil Souls Unitarian church, for the Sim- ula funeral ceremony which the for- mer president 'vl ordered. The luneral service at the church preced- ed the burial on a slope in Ar- j lington National cemetery overlooking. casual- Tfce'bodv of the dead statesman en from as the ar-1 band waiting "below played after it hsd been lying state exactly one hour and 5O mimJtes- As soon as the cssSes placed a Tha caisson, the crucial funeral procession for-sed to lead the way to One woman, VMS Alice Knaey, suf- fered a broken leg in the crush, of the crowd in the plaza, as the oody ira-, brought down the capitol steps. She fell irom the side of a water fountain of the plaza snfl was seat to a hospital after being given emer- gency treatment at a Eed Cross sta- tion nearby. The funeral procession which moved 73 MINERS ARE SAVED AS SHAFT S FIRED FROM TROLLEYSPARK Only Two Lives Lost Al- though One Man Still Missing SiexUbenviUe, March my A "Onwaro. Christian Soldiers." "usi! fell upon the large crowd wait- lag in the rain-swept plaza. Many of had been unable TO get into TiJO Then the array of sail- ers and marines. led by the arnij band, moved sJvuly the plaza and down capitol Mil. In their midst the cabson beariii; the bodv of the former president. The rain beat dovrn. merciesS- lr, throwing a pall oxer the fun- eral cortege. Lniforms of the large militarv escort were drab rain. Flass and colors liroplv to their standards. A. negro was the last to look -upon the face'of the cead statesman at the casltol. Ee was as the end of the long line which haa included many sena- s. and tors and renresentatives. hiack. young and old were mingled in The solemn procession past; the cata- falque. The casket lified from catafalcuc jn the rounda. at 11.55 e- from the caaiicl to the- church was much larger" than that which, had escorted the body to the capitol three- hours earlier. the funeral ceremonies were in today, condo- lences continued to pour into the Taft home from all parts of the irorld. They came from the heads many joternments. including Hindenberj of Germany, and from American diplomatic officials in all parts of the world. The crowds along the siresi were augmented at 12.30 p.m. when Thou- sands of government; workers were re- leased to see the procession from the church to Arlington cemetery, which] mcluaed 120 automobiles carrying President Hoover, members of the supreme court, and numbers of other higii officials. An escort costammg the army and marine banes with muffled crams acccmrsanied the bcdv from the home to the" capitol- In the procession also was a battalion each of infantry, cav- alry marines and one company of bluejackets. The route of the precession from the Taft home followed for s. blocks en "Wyoming avenue, then into Connecticut avenue, where Taft was seen aimcst caiiv in recent years taking tis daily waits. He knew hundreds in thai neigtborhocci by sight and many a. child in that vicinitv was sad today a; the loss of the big hearty genial who so often stopped to pat a little heaa. The final ride cown Pennsylvania avenue of tse ms- .e missing msn. Jack Pewos- r 37 refused to follow the oth- ers" and went his own way hunting   take the pri- soner from, the court room- She was taken down, the back stairs from, the court room and across the court yard to the pri- son where she has been held since hpr return from Phoenix. After half an hour she was re- turned to the court room, appar- entir fullv recovered but still pale! muring with At- torney Powell, one of her defense counsel. Observers noticed thai Irene was cale nervous when she was led] ----------------------------_ today. She sas with, bowed j to pave Homewood and avenues. the espense ot which the city must bear because of the the center. Interviews with cotfficilrnen Tuesday, showed L EWISPOLCYIS JEN NEI ;D KERS Contend Rump Conven- tion Just a "Flash" council is dlveded. on the proposal and fidgeted in, her chair attorneys questioned prospective ju- in She winced noticeably as the ouesticn "Are you. in favor of The death, penalty lor murder in. the first was asked over and over again. Mrs. Jennie Curtis was- accepted as the fifth member of the Jury after two and a half hours of ex- animation ot 15 prospective Ju- rors. She -was the only woman chosen and the first Jnror accept- ed daring: today's session. Mrs. Curtis is a hooseveif e of Union Sownship. She is In, her late thirtiesr and answered all eruesttons in a. man- ner thas suited both, prosecution and defense. Others In the Jurf when the after- noon session began were: Joseph, D. Keiley, worser. Shlra, civil engineer, of New Castle- J. McDoriald. repairman, of sa- wood City. __ nor Myers S. C. Porter, contractor, of VTayne itioa rceettag township. in ceiai! the Both, sides were rapidly exhausting few ready to declare themselves either in. favor" or opposing the costly im- 5ou- on. ths business .sessIoES weze Drogram .for the annual convention cf lie United Workers of America. in eaca county of the G. Dalton, president in Tins group i state with vsew of speeding up un- la oae oaarter it was said that parr j aerrafemss met -Kdild relieve of the group here favored the consol-1 pj-, idation of the two concerns while j another group favored the revival luis groups their peremptory challenges, each be- CU-S nrovements. Petitions to Improve Warwick ave- nua and East street to Biandy: avenue, are now before council and fcC ordinances permitting the pav- ings are passed, these improvements will be added to the already long list. According: to Service Director McKInney, no streets have been for resurfacinjr darinir the summer, although, the report to be submitted by Engineer C. K. Spencer at nest council meet- ing may contain a number of pro- posals "and estimates. Brighton boulevard and 3IapIe avenne. %vnere resurfacing was proacsed some time may come up for consideration short- ly, however. Men are already at wccS on South street, waere rough spots are being "ironed Director Mcronney ex- the earliest period des oSStheir presidenr. John c Is "in z. resoluTiori last night, the dele- 5 eates voted -unanimously to ratify -the J action of Lewis and bis associates of -f the executive commrteee in pcetpon- -f. JT.P- the regclar convention, which wat been called in January 1929. J The action -was- construed as a slap at Insurgent' Illinois miners -g now meeting In xump drnventldrt ___ at Sprln-fleia for the purpose ot a new "national These insurgents content that the _ _ failure to hold the Tegulacmeet- J in? in 3329 .caused tie 3 constitution to lapse, tewis, in. his annual report, charged that the rebellions miners wore at- _j-J tempting to start another unloji which would nullify the the parent uniott in the "Sotrngstown-InlariG Steel nego- natloris Whica were defeated last -es-e-daf ars ac- nations wnica were At m of 1 summer by Inland Steel stockholders. tne acres! frora capstol- Inside tie cap'-tcl the walls of rotunda were banned wita floral pieces and designs. The diploraatic cons had sen; a large design of A gsatt red cross of camstlons ex- pressed tne sorrow of the American Hea Cross As the request of Mrs. Taft eulogies were omitted from the order ser- vices and Dr- Ulysses C. 3. Pierce, caster of All Soul's church, subsr.- tuted poetry, -Wcrosworth's Wamor." Termyson's "Ooe on ESath of the ZteSe of ana "Crossiag the Bar." The character of the man who though defeated in 1912 when he earned only two states yet lived with such jood-hnmorcd philoso- phy as to win the affection of the whole nation, prooablv conW be no better depicted than in the "Happv Warrior." The honor of sounding taps over 'owered casSet weat to Stiff Scr- .n. JJfeJ- Gen. sol- A tram of cars, loaded with coal, was enronte down the hall- wa> towards the mam shaft. One of the cari jumped the tract and the others followed, bringing down the troHey wire. A short circuit resnlted and a shower of sparks iznln-d coal dust. The train cre-x. comprised of five iur miners, immediately Xo terms have been deSnitelr set ana i --...j relations Under present arranse- everybody is getting together and j tais win .ndace ifsrch, Apr.. tninkiag ous lot-d and trying to see j ij2.v. The corrnn-t-Kie will he open fcxn any source wnne mice's three "Sre Al- bett VTeais and Araolsi Hortoa. hasr_y set aoout or- (Continned on Page H) RIOTING FOLLOWS STRIKE AND MANY LAND IN PRISON PhJadelohia, score 22 were imder arrest today after a sis- hoor battle between raill workers. strikers. stnSe-creaScrs and police in the northeast sect on. of PhSladelpl last night. Stones were tessetl thro-jga wia- dows and a ntjnber of persons trampled before police finally gained control of the ovtbreaS The first at- tacks centered on hcnies of raJl-Kork- eis who had to join in the Kita was caHefi to the door of her horoe bv a oar.d of men seized her to tear her situation anc te Icxxl enterprises teat wou-d prove o" benefit to respective com- The ai coua'.y ccrcmi.tee asied to report the last of eacc to tre ceoartment _.- log allo-iced 2O., 'When Mrs. s seated, the defense had esercisee] challenges and the prosecution, had used 10. Hopes of completins the Jury today appeared doubtful as court opened this af temcon. It was noticeu that ef ter the recess Irene was more pale and nervous than a; any previcjus tsrae since The trial j tne other feilow thinks i -o then to see iT a consoIadaTion is pos- one -aarty to recent conferences' said. "As yei has oesn no deSmte decislca on just wrsat will be done. No rjrooosal has been made to the wn directors as a bsard and of directors have been ac- cuired coaly to govern negotiations looking to he added. However, In many q-jErters it was rumored that G. Mather. Cy- rus S. Eaton and the holdings of CliSs corporation probably be. against the xtreseat consolidation and j thai be made toward; tnat would ultirjoately result inj the company beins acquired, by Newj Republic Steel corooraaos, probably j after a consolidation th Inland Steel or some other concern with which Haton is comecTeo. This same rumor was that SamocI Mather and the Mather holdin-s wonld probably be tlirowrs back of James A. Campbell, chairman of town, in the present move to the company with Bethle- hem. Stock of -Sotrcgstown Sheet; and Tube, which Is listed on the Xew local rocd and general raiment that win Ukely -xz- at; an earlT date were called to tie" attention of --jjc, -Tlg cf'iomes, imsrCTeients cr extensions to crcperry been reqaest- ed to ce't the -svo-k started tas CContmaetl from rage One) MARKED" MONEY is PAIR yors stocS: exchange, wss more ac- tive than xsual yesterday. After touching a new high for the year at 550 the stock eased cS to 144 7-8. lornier secretary to S. C. .Igfcer for j tsresident cf Julian TJOS Angeles. March of tre 5100.000 000 JU-in Petroleum cor- poration tie cause of iJrcost constan., coun action dunn foe last three charged, that the _ leaders "were willing to sacrifice the structure of oar orgasiization ana 3n- validate all of its esisting wage- con- g tracts ta order to mairoim them.- selves in control of a corrupt pclii...- cal machine." He blamed unsatisfactory wagss or -g rsec S30O.OOO tr.reaten-ag TE deal.-rs, former D-stnct attorner Asa Keyes prepared to ce- psn for San Quentin for ha-rtng ac- bribes in bribes in a-'d a S12 000 OOO stocSholdsrs' recov- ery stut in superior coort- Morns Lavjne. newspaper investi- arid Leor-.tJae Johrson, A sistb. juror seated jus; oefore t3 noon recess was Patterson, farraer, of Plain Grove. I The 21-vear-rfd former TSTheeling waitress is on trial on a first degree minder charge in connection with the fatal snooting of Corporal Brady Paul of the Peaasvlvanla highway patrol on the Butler-New road last December 27. wmle allegedly fleeing from a. store holdup at Butler with her sweetheart, Glenn Dague. and z second man, besievea to have been her brother, Tom Crawford. Irene watched yesterday with- out visible emotion, the slow process of selecting the jury which is to decide her fate. Oc- casionally she .held whispered conferences with members of her counsel. She manifested only passive Interest In the procedure, at times sliding down in her chair and resting her head asainst the back of She seat. She was neatly dressed in dark attire and her hair was carsfuHy ar- icre of an eppear- _ cA time "ice her return" from .o espose ce Eteg..e after a. gun battle with deputies. Occasionailj- she- ventured a. faint smile when bit of hamor wes in- jected into the otherwise dull pro- cess of jurv selection. BELIEF IS R Mi Lower limbs Paralyzed, Pain Terrific where It was 2 7-8 points hi were heie the day. Sales 3.300 shares !on t clotnes from her body. Sie escaped Bethlehem eased off to 3-4 offi La; badly bruised, and a. morses; later j 3 j-s after touciung 104 7-3 in thej-elss apsearecl in the doorway, in FATHER HELD OX KIDNAPING CHARGE -rae March ave. 40, who says he is vestigator for the LaSe County. HU state attorney's office. h.s trtfe. Mrs Esther Kargrave, and George "W. _.. berr. 45. were arraigned here today, oay. quiet csty was Charged with Sifinaping wh3 dsaghter. Lililarj, 13, as she school and flrec! several over thi_; heads cf the crowd. j ScSals of the govera-j seventv-Eir-e men and worsen were; arrested "by Sisty of therai were taSen a cisVorbacce at the Rocers Hos.cry mJI -srren a crowd of stout outside tie ssa teered The late workers as eariy merit froaTpresicerit Hoover and the msrabers of the stl- t. were at the graveside. YORK SAD New Tort. March the last solemn rstes are held for WJ- Howsrd Taft in Washirisnon to- tiey were le he r-.ght. !e eseciit.ves. array ana navy school children and city c-Ts-j waveny paused to pay their last resp said wife was awarded; to the president ,f the child foo- vears Crated States. V.-W w...... __ "I .___ ...Sflinn nnl schol at Waverly zsear here, cnstodv ot ciiuu 3 after she divorced hca. Mrs. Tar-s-! bere died in January and the chilaj since hss been bcr ew 'VorR aocfe eichanse. the catb ex- chance and other exchanges clos- ed at 12 .SO. Maav of the local, state and federal i courts have been adjourned until af- jter the ceremony and thirty-day i period cf has been estab- Sllshed at. all national guard armories. Mercc-nal services have been held at QUARRELING WITH WIFE; SHOOTS HER AND THEN BEAUTY SHOW DRAWING NEW YORK CITYte AKRON SUSPECT IS HELD FOR ROBBING _____ as he lef the oSSce of Crawford, ozs of La- An- JiaargE. a reporter for the Ixs "r. was arrested la when attorney's agen ihcv fo-jnd hlra with S7500O who wa se-es of art'cles on the March rather than the bsast sppssrs toj araw the crowds to tie Madron Scuare Garden stadium here. contrast to the poor attendance Akron. O, March Walker. Buder arrest iere in connection with the murder of Patrolman ___Names, was terrativeJy identi- fied today as the leader of an caseibaridis tno that held w> tte Syi- ivanial bank MarcSi S, and escaped S7.000. ___ Police attention. is Hiizabethton. March 11. Ph-vsscSana in three east Tennessee mosntaln counties where more than a hcndred oersons are saSering frctn a raystenous malady beheved caused bv drinking Jamaica ginger or moon- shine liquor tamed to the state health, department today for aid in diagnosis treatment. A 14-vear-oid girl and two wo- men were the victims whose limbs had been paralyzed and who screamed with pain at evert- attempt to walk. The sin arid" the two women admitted drinking liquor, as have practic- allv all the men afflicted. panic was added to the snffer- todav as neither family phy- sicians rior state health officers conld promise relief. __ The firs; oxitbreai; was reported Saturday sad a checS of reports to- day indicated as least sixty-eight per. have been stricken in Washing- ton cottntv. tweaty-fotrr in Carter countv and eight In Tjmcot cotinty. TjThlle there have been no fatalities, all remedies have ialled to bring im- provement. The ailment, starting from congestion Jn the heaa and a sors passes swiftly into sernl-paralytSc phase, marked (jf ?ccs miners on "ruinous competition with, coal Eelds and between coal Bfilds" as the cause of the uarasS cf certain groups of miners in scattered sections of the country. "Vew Constitution Springfield, IH_ Marchll-Jfi- ports thas the Federation of Labor was attsmptarisj to bridge the between The Indianapolis-and _ miners' conrentians were discussed iiere today as'oOO delegaizsf jyom 11 bituminous ccal mining states assembled to lay farther ground for a new constitution Tjnited -Corkers of America." The new constitution was adopted bv the miners here yes- terdav and Alexander Hosat. militant leader of the Kansas miners was selected permanent chairman of the so-caDed. and file __ The delegates denounced the con- -3 pass day. the legs and mcresssg held at IndianapoUs and offered the new constitution to replace the instrnmens which contend became In Jan- uary 1.1929. when the esscsr-lva cocn- cil of toe XT. 3Jt. W- of A. iaHed to hold Its regular; conventica- OHIO DINNER IS SADDENED AFFAIR; TAFT EULOGIZED "Scc-c. March sir of sorrow occasioned by the destfcjsf ore of its aoaoary Howard the 44th s3- ntsal dinner of the Ohio Society -of Xew Tecs: last nigat. The former president and chief" Jus- tice was honored in a memorial ser- vice for members the soaej? had died during the year, j paid a tribute by vlce-goremor general of ths seid that Mr. Taft. that he was as a- candi- date for Tjrestoent, declared tha, worud 20 "times ratser be ch-e. fas- ace of the TJnited 5xr> tsa- run f-cr presSden; if is was i: DRANK ____ City, Otis, 3iarc2i More than -aOO'icea boys, saf- froQ pc-lsoa WIFE; SHOOTS HER March A man here tonight, -wheri orslteaj and his were wfiay as a re- States" be Aom-ral lit o' a dorces-c oaarrel thai PaSchrtrutoiocs Tepresentatives Seers i-k-r-rTi MT ARI V RROKF RlIT 1 JJIWiVt, i s jHAPPY AT s S-srtin the basi robbery, centered reSief today at word iTccc. o-.j after police raided a cOvtage j That Their illness had been ____ __ _ ____1 _ _ .___, here, two ot ctanlcris and seized a license plates have been on t Walker's com-jcajjsed by the bad liquor and sot iot of Michigan i aecanse of an epidemic. were said to! city Chemist Clifford reported to __ _ .___s t I ft get a tough season this S to he on the collepar-s? a fcUar can's tausab ride Governor island from t pie were oa Their few block rrocitheMaiisiieldtn district. Cline, according to police. was quarrtiing with his wife when suddenly he whipped out a revolver, pressed it against her s.de and firea. He then shot runself. Sota died a2- instanilv. L Tacy forraeriy lived C. Sheer today ta an alterant to complete 'the identification. Toledo also i-ariii attempt to link Walker with the wsilara Malone, at the Standard oaofSces In Toledo who was slain recently while frustrating a holdup. The :fce of face on tie aid form _ __ judges co oas-s of ueaaty espci.tion, a rnsjonty o. Ab-.litT to wear exploration parses, -sras coming clothes gracefully also sidered. of blonde? bc-ta McK-'lor age con- i "on the verge of trie entrants are.be overcome. "The oldest contestant J Al- It .3 28 of Los Angeles, here for two -weess a ia. Byrd IDENTIFIED Tork, March body of a woman who fell in front of a southbound subway tra'n yesterday has been sderitlSed as _ MCv if they rested. feme ef tfce patients Jiad re- cover sufficiently yesterday to set from sick bed? for short waiss. Thev crept along with the aid of cfntcnes or canes and complained of sharp pains In legs and feet. Clifford said the attacks caiised ty the drinks not and youths, the majority of Stera oU field workers and labor- ers were strtaSsn Friday. They had beer. drtnSinc a poor mans which had been scid to were ISr." ersent cniversty: Dr. .-sresldert of the S cf Wcoster, era presicent of Keayce coHege. Tie Ot-3 State University Gies dni> RECOIVrEND CHANGE March II. raerit of tie Jones law to xcake te tema nsore definite, and creaacsi a new category of federal crimes to be known as "petty Trere ty a hoose today to relieve cocrs V COLDER 3iarch ll.-5arar cloudv grid somewhat colder pre- ceded" by light raia or ries In sotttJswest portion Wednesday fair.   

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