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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1924, Zanesville, Ohio                               IN MURDER Found Strewn 5 Tracks I? The Zanesville, Ohio Saturday, Apr. 26, 1924 1TISS BEFORE GOVERNOR Is Cautioned Engineer Fast Moving Train Uncertain Whether He Hit Human or Animal Victim Electorate in J D 'L' All VLL i i Against Perpetrating Farce Is Beyond Efforts at as Did Wisconsin voters Identification Fail Here's Your Cue on How to C. of C. Blocks Final Effort Vote at Primary on Tuesday to Cut Evelyn's Husband Presses Suit As She Loses Battle for in Wisconsin, where the vot- ers have gone through the prelim-- iaaries of naming their favorite j for election to the presidency of thei i.'irled States this fall, they did aj th.it iiiado tho nation laugh.i got their ballots "gummed1 as Uie put it with a; .uraiu tunny engineer sent his "Off again; on Again. Cone i as the voters of Muskingumi Tuesday will be hand-j ballots with which to ex-! ipi-i-ss their preference for presi-; so the Wisconsin voters are isiven two ballots some time ago. IvYhat they did was to express ai i preference tor A! Smith for Iw'.pM, so the Wisconsin voters vverej i and elected delegates who could i jdo nothing else but vote for his; [opponent, Mr. M'-Adoo. I Voters arc Cautioned Voters of Muskinguui county are] Kellv Undertaking Co., found bv the yard crew late to was" notified and representatives of! afternoon. s 1-Vlust as that company, with Coronor Grimes! The Kelly hearse was called as hurried to the scene, shortly after the body had been found. The body was beyond recojrn! ion, although Ben Kelly said last! the remains of the'man. nothin" i nigljt that he judged the man to! The remains were prepared vIuH'-tin! describing the two] weigh about 1 50 to 150 pounds. Ills! burial and will be interred jo vo.e for thei was brown. i u. few days. Kvcry effort is w.'eingil.tKlllar canfiidate and for his op-! Ail other means of Mollification i made to establish the man's _qjram Johnson have lost. Coroner Grimes saidjtity. Nothing definite had 'for the guidance of Kepub-i the man had been dead for many; learned at an early hour this morn- throughout the state byj f hours and the only oddity about ins. Every mark on the clothes Donithcn, campaign manager; [the body, that he could see. was] the body had been obliterated bylfor l-'r'-sident Coolidge in Ohio. Mr. Committee Re-1 I fuses to Give Up Fight, j Old Schedule to Be Maintained. The protest aK.ilnst the O. U. He Was Threatened With Death Just Out- side Senate Chamber During Noon Recess of Testimony The trunk of the body of an unidentified man found on Baltimore Ohio railroad tracks about two miles west of Dillons Falls by a gang of section men at o'clock Fri- rla.v afternoon. Only the trunk intact, the head, arms and legs having been severed under the wheels of a train, probably the fast castbouncl passenger train No. from Cincinnati, due in Zanesville. at a. m. The engineer of that train, upon his arrival here Friday morning reported to the dispatcher, that his engine had run over something and he though it might be a man. The dispatcher notified the telegraph operator at Dillons Falls early Friday morning, it was said last night, but the operator was said to have been unable to instruct a section gang until Friday noon. Part of Body Found in Zanesville that, the little finger on one hand! the train. iUonlthcn recounts the Wisconsin! had been amputated bv a. surgeon.' the man had been rid-.farce 'ri this bulletin. Part's of the body were scattered' li-s on the train and accidentally] Tliese Names for iniloF. It was with difficulty! fell off, or whether he had been! The twc ballots which Republi- the remains were gathered to-i walking on the right of way. con cans will be handed Tuesday Esther. One piece of the body ininot bo learned, but the story toldibe labeled. The short one jsomo manner lodged on the run-iby the en.-ineer on the passenger ilabelod "Republican Dins gears of the train and wasl train disproved the latter theary Preference carried to Zanesville. where it he said ho liiid run over a body.iivim-.-s the State street crossing and was a man or anima McSword Sells Nash to Messrs, Cokan Owners Will Assume! Management chasers Well Known A. business deal of considerable I Importance will! will be? Presidential! Ticket. It carries the; ?f Calvin Coolidge and Hi-1 not knou- whether it W. Johnson as .candidates for: president, arid the name of Crant Webster ns candidate fori v'ce president. An "X" in In front of Mr. Coolldge's name is all that is required on this, Jfrfio ions ballot, is labeled "Tie-! '.-.abllcan Ticket." This ballot is icoirplicated. It carries, first, the! --.nines of ii candidates for dele- f--at-liirs'3 to the Republican {Narrow its train railroad chang- schedule 0.. April threats of murder a-of witnesses at the investigation before Governor Donahey nicotine cf the transportation Imitteo of the C'liamber of IKrco with representatives of vi v. in the chamtu-r neadquar-: that the "whole thing will end in murder featurea j ''The of the hearing as the defense started to_offset the damag- -.-pans it at the change will testimony which has been given against the satety ai- iko ulace and that tlu- will; hi to the public utilities teClOl. a or witnesses at tne invesugauun ueiuie Mayor C. C. Curtis and his brother. Safety Director E. E. ie Curtis of Canton on charges of lax law enforcement and brc imission for decision. But if the change does not tuke superintendent of this di- j Mi-re limits File Protests The protests are by merchants in Zanesville who Include the Znm-sville Krult Co., wholesale Zanesville publishing To..) s merchants and the post-; I It said that the notice of] cranse was not tiled before hand I 'r the public utilities oftice. put] ..hat the commission was ,'vith tho matter and made no de-i eislon un it until Thursilny wlicn Sr-l-.ndai'. received a letter from i i it body tcllins; him to hold up i Ii inge. I The iircposcd change was to take! i> iin No. leaving Zanesville at j ,1 it) a. it ,1 train Xo. 21. leaving Bollairei I 3 p m. and arriving in at The reason Kchaadj 101 this change is that there) so fmv passengers on this train i it does not pay to operate them. I The plan is. if the change goes into rrect tc run these trains on n trl- vtokly basis, the train makinp tho trip oi I'uesdny Thursday and Sat- Jtday. Trains No 25 and "ii are the only ones on the division to remain or the old schedule. Public Hazard Citcil m. and arriving at BellMre p m., off the schedule and E. Fernandez, social worker for a Canton steel com- pany who yesterday had testified that conditions in the city' had improved under the Curtis administration, told the governor that his life had been threatened during the noon recess just outside the r-enate chamber where the hearintr is being conducted, by Harry Bouklis, also _ known as "Harry the Greek." who had testified that he had paid Safety Director E. E. Curtis as much as per week which he had collected from bootleggers as protection money. Fernandez testified that Ronk'is had pushed him and demanded to know why he had not re- turned to Canton and why he was taking so much in- terest in the case. "What's that to Fernandez said he asked Bouklis, not knowing who he was at thc time. "I don't a damn about you, I'm going to get Fernandez said Bouklis replied. Fernandez said that he feared Bouklis would kill him. L. W. Kattman, of Canton, also testified that he hnd heard Harry Turner, who had testified that he col- lected protection money for the safety director from gambling houses and houses of ill repute, say in the corridors of the senate chamber today that "this whole thing will end in murder. You can't double cross an ignorant Greek and get away with it." Paid 75 Pet. of Police Force for Protection Kattman testified that Car! of Canton, testified finetf K and Granger; occupy the "Mr. Ccolidge, and se The Messrs. '-'i ill continue to lent Quarters. 119 JMain street, bti plans are already taKinsc shape forj.lohnson. ci-fiilpr r-xp-.i-iou of the The Cooliuge candidates ..-i-'Hnrry M. Dougherty, Prank H Willis. are; livclyu Xcib wanted to operate trains ton protection money and that Of-; rn 1320, he said the.y totalled j ay and If the new schedule fl Gc., hnd offered to petlSCl.30 and in 192S they amounted i o take effect the trains would SUulcr.s brolher-in-iaw out of thej to 1 n. but at ti great risk to public workhollse if would make an af-i Motions to strike out all the j bchaad said that the reason thej t nM 75icollectrd during the Curtis admln- ommittee was asked to discon- der had told him that he paid hnd 60 cenfc tmue thc protests was that the) per cent of the police force of Can-! ver the prpvious road wanted to operate trainsjton protection money and that Of-; rn 1320, he said the.v totalled Monday 'id no run _ -ujoc-trs ai if ]--velyn Nesbit is going to lose her latest husband Ho gave a the reason that had paid the! testimony tending to show a shfre for her tho Harrv Thav.- millions. Jack jthe present fchedule could not be safet director money for protec-i nets of either the mayor or safety: a 1 had the divorce suii aftui next Monday and that tlon director on the ground that such; M i mod a -a hVr h? New York n" "red to h court calendar from seven miles of track .of the O. Ma ,lce members -mould ho donsiden-d by the grand J 10 stricken "t his request He chafed Inildellty In filing f W. ft P- oporn rains the vice squud as well as the suit. She countered with a. similar action, nUeglng unfaithfulness. rm __ Kdwartl Meyer, attorney for v.-ns closed 1-Tiday ;.njov a ,vnll ;R..ight, William E. T. McSvrord disposed before erisaginc: in S. '1 od, and nesville Nash Motor agency i again, and Uussell Clran- the Za to Harrv Colgai gcr, wlio will U.E3UH1C the ment Monday. The purchasers are! ivcll known business men who have, been actively identified with thei Mash conipanv du'Ving practically the whole of Mr. McSword's con- duct of. it. Mr. McSword started the >'ash motor business in this city, -nearly live years ago. there wasn't v..j slu' .Nash car In or county, and now simply abound ns one's own will attest. The business John Gor- will not appear 'c-cuped on the ballot or in alpha- betical order. Under the primary law the names will rotate, and the mes 'Hush' Borglar Loots Homes 'in Dresden, Families Sleep .11 W., said that if the new jury nnd the courts in' order that testified thafttiey nfverjonnslitutional riprhls of all conceipi- hud received orders or intimntioirisj from any one to pass viola- tions of any sort. Many stated that hedulo was not accepted it had been offered bribes num- .roua times by bootleggers to fur- may be safeguarded, were counsel for the Curtis' at tho conclusion of the prosecution mony. Thn governor took the "ons under advisement. He over-- Johnson-pledged Invader Strews m the be interspersed _" lii.K any of the persons asleep cooHdge-picdged deie-i Papers About, Escapes inot hi long before the division uld bo defunct. A proposal tliatjpjgj, them protection. All said) ruled fl motion by the j be installed with city are much dismiss the eharRos and reinstate ,ver motors and run iftan under previous Curtis brothers, manner etrew papers and garmentKi-MS offered but was immpdiatelyj tratlons. 1'ractically tvery officer Three Canton citizens testified floor, leaving without rous-jsirned down by Scliaad who 1 was iconsiderable frlo- at the reason that this could not non in the police department, par- is'airs. With Only 'of J. G. Stump where in cnshiand it would not stand Dresdsn authorities hunted vain-' vns found missing Friday achaad said that the for the mysterious burg-iThe floor was littered with papers.b'-rn shewing a loss of from eight stdlo into threes-mil other articles v.-hich had beenlto thirty thousand dollars a month. IHii read a report of the road for they cycs liasj- tho able inanagement of Woman Found Dead In Detroit Hotel; May Be; Chicago Gun Woman DETROIT. Mich., April woman, believed by police to be Wauda Kla-ino Ktopa, wanted in Chicago in connection slaying yesterday at ITcnry ins, 60 yc.irs aid. caretaker the- -or, of cmplacin, the two Mr. Me-; mammoth turbine cns'tics which jaro to generate the power at i I'hilo electric plant has begun. The L'ndcrr candidate's namcj w'll in Hue print, the, I names of his or her llrst and k'Pii choice for president- v.Jlo silon _ h lodged candidates can be thus uis-: early Friday and M ragged from drawers, 'tipguished; their second choice them, escaping without) Arthur U Garford. Vote for sevenjrousjng. sleepers in either of the: candidates only. ;h-.uses. More to Remember Tho uome Of LOO Cassady was; Next on the long ballot comes t tc.rcd rirst presumably shortly] names of 14 candidates for while members of; seven pledged to family were upstairs asleep-1. Co'idge and seven to Mr. Johnson. -he fam-lv an drawers open-, IT.'icso names also are rotated. 1 garments strewn about the candidates Nothing of The next home looted was thatimiles of trestle work on the lines they had made purchases of liquor In Canton since tho suspension of" 'be done is because there are seven ticularly between Chief Lengel andithe Curtlsos. They said they had the strain road had capable of a capacityicoclidge-pledged cantnaaces !of f.5.U'J liorriepower, said to Ka.rrell, Wilma Sinclair, door valu Zanesville Man Is Secretary of io Horseshoe rs iree month which was: Decem- the safety director. Former Police Prosecutor Russell Mack also cor- roborated there Is friction. Mack lieen asked by Mayor Curtis make (heir Investigations. Frank Jackson said Thursday of last? ?aid he had heard Chief Lengel tell week he purchased liquor In a delegation of ministers that "hej number of places and W. H. Man- had no strinKS tied to him" in con-i chptt submitted a long Hat of places 4 ducting the affairs of his office.': where he said he had made pur- Practically the entire police force, chases. Lee Minesinger submitted ber. the road showed a loss of I 779- January 878 and for Feb- of Canton has been summoned as a bottle of liquor which he said rtUrv a loss of Jl'301 witnesses. ITarry Turner, a star witness for Or Bvron made the mo-1 Testimony given yesterday-by prosecution, had given him. tion that the'pro'tests should bej traveling salesman that Canton hut for which he refused to accept carried on and said "The was one of the tightest cities In the; pay. men of Zanesville have not been properly informed of the change ,and it is through the best interest i' hep turbines ever brought arrived here a. go on L-ar.s from Schonec- idv, V.. Ihfy built. JJi'lcif wt'i-i about bciicr sys- :m also has cumuiein1' d and the i-inf arc no'.v ,1. OlCicinls i-xpocl that the first will have been and L-.-u'.v for in June nil th' second 0110 late in July. The entire plant was scln'-duled n b'.: in operation in the fall, but at present Ljv v x'J tJ tew Ilia Q- Brown. J. B.j' _.... D. Patterson honie iv.-ard Volirath and Marshall neighborhood ..v Thsir choice also can be n-uiKhtd by the fine print-------'u morning.  irs. Loclce of Evcrly, and Crnc.e "f "r faisl-y of Chaii'11'.-i-svilleinnios rro-.ii wlio Ethan Paisley or IxcaU Hnjured. siiid. Htld in.iurrd man anc! hospital s n i n t" r rnsh-l 'o; for sur-i 11 n iQTfo! Q n I nan I fl forr-ieners are in peril. It is this .jeVeiaaa sjtunMon (hat prompted the state ________ I department to propose the confer- COUMP.UP. O.. April plan. nior Donahey today ordered At-j No report has come either to the ornev Centra v C. C. Crabbe to or-j state or navy department Inalcat- invest! .a- Int; any attach upon the Amerlcatx county of the af-j naval forces now protecting Amer- Munlcipal Savings and -can nationals in Tegucigalpa. thejState Examiner Says re- Position as Manager of the Watson Store Ull Mr. war-' c.'ry. ri-pairinp and pi ss for rnan years in the M tiv: lie- was .-iffilialrd '.-.id. f.it :iRr- vi'r. stor cuts .tndjf. ctiv Gic.ir, Mills has as imn- r-r'of the C. O. Watson Clothing and Fifth streets, ef- 3 Mr. Mills has been i January called to the home! Mrs. A. J. Penhatiscr. avenue, early l-'riday with! morning, following tho discovery M..H'.v tVie caretaker, that uie home the. hnrt been entered sometime Thtirs- Sensation in Audit of the Gty's Accounts to the special grand jury in- vestigation. The sheriff is (o call a] According to Riegel of special crand 1ury_ for the pujd'c. ,-..Ulle hure3U ot jnspection of pubUo A'TOrnpaiiyiug the order, direct-; ins 'he spt-clal investication. Main May told of hi of the educational; 5 world tour and the; on joyed by the Star. ir Tlo U- widow, ana; "rhiklren: Valentino.iransarhed. so far as could be learn y. and Harry persons r.s who the of .nd John had been reeom- from the police, nothl.m of th': local store ss in Cambridge. who Friday completed an -A of tho books of tlie various de- ipartmenis of the city government, t publication of his report may j o sensation. Mr. RiegeJ re-'] pive definite information j .Tat his report would ros7 aiid city officials were equally ticent. but it is understood that discrepancy of several lars is alleged to exist In one of] departments. The accuracy of finding, it is said, n disputed tho official in question. 
                            

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