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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1926, Zanesville, Ohio "t ERE following idltlun 120.00 ".75 Mi Inc PUYER wise select >k us about Temple OORT, York Citv Tel LASS AMING trial SCO. Phone 840 ERYICE iomes k.h to loom eewtrs. T We on ELIABLE KJALITT GOODS U.WATS LOWE! I Barred To Halt Disgraceful Rioting For Glimpse Of Dead Movie Ihe Goal for Which We Strive To serte the Peo- ple. Record the Troth, Uphold the lUght and Point the to Progress. Tim VOL. XLII, NO. 204 Record AH the News All the Time A nrt i Ma World Al low Dew ZANESVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1926 WEATHER: Fair and warmer; Friday WISE. NEW POLICE CHIEF AT CANTO [Economy Ohio G. O. P, Platfi rm emocratic Challenge Will Be Squarely Met By Republicans JUSTICE MARSHALL IS ENDORSED [Candidates Squarely Be- hind Definite Pledg- es Made In Platform COLUMBUS. 0., Aug. t (AP) Republicans tonight [were virtually squared away I for battle with their Demo- rcratic opponents for honors at "the November election. The state convention voted i unanimous adoption of the party platform without chang- ing a syllable m the text as I presented by t h e resolutions committee. Soon a e r the com ention had adjourned it was announc- I ed that Charles R Frederickson of Coshocton, state central comrMt teo member and president of, the Ohio Manufacturers association had been selected by tho candi dates aa chairman of the cam- paign committee and manager of the campaign. To assist Mr. Frederickson will Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton, of nt In the capacity of vice 'Uncle Joe" As Speaker: Goseups, and Danville Home and director of during Louis .K Brush of Saterrr, treasurer, and Harry T> Silver of Prebie county as secretary This campaign committed will added to by the sub committee of the state central committee named for the purpose of selecting a campaign committee tion of the campaign committee will be formally made by the CPU tral committee Sept 7 At th it time the executive committee w hich is to be composed of the central committee members and E womai associate to IMS named by each member, also Is expected to or- ganize Fred W TVarner. chair- .Wan of the central committee, is to be made chairman of the executive committee also The kev plank In the Republi- can platform is that pledging econ- omy In gjvernmental expenditures to thfl end that everv utel> (Continued on Pace Fourteen) MORBIDLY CURIOUS NO LONGER FIGHT AT VALENTINO'S BIER Photo la upper left hand corner Is latest one taken ot "Uncle Jos Cannon dailv automobile ride it causing his grave concern although his phjslcian has denied rerorts that vpneiable ei- speuker of the is ill Dry Agent Amuck With Auto, Kills Boy CLEVELAND. O Aug P Ru'omobili. ac cording to police 1 v Albert Col- lins federal prohibition agent, late ve-jterdav killed a. bo> and c-oshed into a confcctlonerv injur- :iq: three other persons The store is owned H G whose Te was ore of those injured The dead Charles AVeinsteln illlam three missing front door he was put undTiT Howard Before the bandits Iclt all i In a hnvi o' their Mctlms were ordered into the v-iult ard the door closed In Covmcton National bank. Parcel Post Thief Held, Has Confessed fmer frank Sparr. a farm >i? IT confessed to fatallv slucc old man with an automobile _ tool, therebv clcarinc a tnur- heM to -he prana mces for n3' jury which Indicted him Tor mur- no oric In for more than a vear. Robert Reed 35. Is to be arraigned lr morrow bcfo'c Lnited St.at-3 Com- missioner m A. Rocrrs. a mcssTgfr for a local lo tr-e pack- and when car slxtee _ _ "Malliand when the heavy seas! when Govcnor Donahcv ap- svcpt him from the rop- ladder proved th" of the or the crew thought Utalp hoard of clcrr-ncr that he ad'ift in a life boat net Interveie to pre cnt the exe- _ room was according to for arraignment to- he wxjuM pick up a package or aad In response Jo the courts Jwo R ard waik out- The instructions to plead. Sparr pf th" taken Is dealT njd to run Inlo "I am STjlltv" Moi'jT-. pan th'm wc-e sold Sparr he DP his mind and rtore-od of a4fo to plead guilty to the murder, after the finding of erjbfnfer'a bodv had doubt on I his of the fam The prisoner EOT Hindu Theosophist Claims To Be 'Voice Of God Head' But Not The 'New Messiah' U. S. Warships To Be Sent To Nicaragua day. It will be viewed only by friends and 'Women predominated in the crowd that flocked by thousands and stood outside the parlors In the rain today until they could pass inside to view the body of the fa- mous screen lover Many of flic women miles to tile face of tho (lend nctor women fnint- In tho iloso packed crowd. Truffle on Broadway and ncar- hy side streets uiis crippled ilcspite tho of near- 1} 200 policemen in the ilcln- itr A never ending1 line of people pawed by tho bier throughout the day It was estimated that bv mldafternoon more than 35 000 persons had passed the sliver bronze casket In which the movie s bodv laj dressed In eve- ning attire Crowds marched to the music of solemn hymns played on the great orpin in the parlors A. room near tfrat In wnlch the bod> lav in state was converted Into an emergency hospital ward to take carp ot the Injured from FRIEND OF EDITOR NAMED! TO HEAD FORCE New Chief Once Marked For Assassination By Imported Gunmen Has Record Of P Achievement As Confidence In Prosecutor Of Stark Cona.fi Jury Takes Up Mellett Mnrftd Probe CANTON, O Aug. Stark grand jury deliberated today behind a safety curtain of precedented secrecy on the Mellett case. Canton's I appointed a new chief of police and thereby set the for a contemplated cleanup of vice and bootleg rings. TV 15 grand jurors began hearing the witnesses the six weeks old mystery of the murder of the publi crusader, Don R. Mellett, while bailiffs of the court gua thn crush Three doctors and nurss In attendance One woman was permitted today to view the body with- out waiting In line She was Jean Acker, who waa the first Mrs Valentino Walking slowly to tfie casket she circled slowly nronnd It without tak- ing her eyea off the dead man's face. She burst Into tears as she walked from the room. Miss Acker revealed Incidental- Is that when Valentino died Mon- day In the Polycllnlc hospital she was In a room next to the one where he died 'I had Just been reconciled to Mr. she said today. "We have always retailed our for othirfc My affection Tor him has alw.avs been Of a motherjy, sisterly nature." their chamber door and barre possible Intruders from the thlr floor of the court house wher they met, Promoted from sergeant to ehlcf of police, Johto "Jlgpi" Wise declared. "1 liave no platform to an- nounce My actions will speak for themselves" Wise's appointment at pres- ent Is merely temporary, bis term designated for 30 days. changes In the organ! ration of the police 'departmen are expected within the next few ity Monrns For Departed Leader Banks And Tile Plants To Close Many men prominent In the business and undertaking pro- esslon are expected In Zanesville 'riday for the funeral of t Bateman. who died Tuesday rom an Illness following an op- ration in Bethesda hospital. Among" tha early arrivala were )r J. Knox Montgomery presl- ent of Musklngum college, who rrlved night and will cmain over for the services. Mr nd Mrs John Heenan. of Colum- ns, brother and slster-In law of Irs Bateman. also arrived at the ome Wednesday F. W of Newton Falls, a, secretary of the Associated He Manufacturers. arrive Thursday with other officials of hat organization to attend the ist services Mr Bertchle. prominent daya Wise directly succeeds Safety Director Earl Hezame who has been acting chief since S A Lengel was suspended on July 24 when Mayor 8 M Swarts considered that the police invest! Ration into the Mellett murder case had failed Lengel was dls missed Monday at the conclusion of the SO days Trust Him During- the murder inquiry when investigators have been In- not to rely on the Canton police, have nevertheless en- trusted Wlao with various mis- Including a two weeks trtn to Nanty Olo. Pa, of Kat- rlck Eujjene McDarmott, wanted as jnan" Jn tfce. InffiUry., XMt week tt Who had once tfte Ject of an alleged plot. Jforman dark. Canton, Attorney and former police court proflocntor testifying In the office of United States district attorney at Cleveland In a federal liquor conspiracy, told of the plot against Wise, which he uld he nUcovered prevented by reportlnr It topolloe Wise was to have, been killed by Imported ran- men, Clark said. The new chief waa a friend of Mellett, and ig to have been an arch foe of r-nfcl tbree months ago dismissed Wise for alleged drunkenness, but the evidence unsubstantiated, re-Instated him. la Man of Action Wise was one of the figures of the pitched battle four bandits and a and citizens' pome near on May 4, 1922, in which bandits and Ralph Hoffe c the citizens were killed. The its had come to Canton to away John H Stephens homa Slim at that sentence in the Canton house They were driving- car at an unlawful rate of when hailed by Wise, then a torcycle officer When UMJ bandits refund Wise rave chase, np with tho aotomotf kidnapped, bonnd aad He. waa held prisoner the pitched battle wfaleb ed for hoars. In a motorcycle accident ocrred while ha was In the Ifa duty, lost an ear. In charging rrand day Abracn with the hrtn of his w, of catted to mind ory may play ln ultlnja the of public i gainst crime. but oa__ against return of by the truth. K Mell the slain publisher, If she wm c'vli damage ttilt la i ral court against alleftd i Plrator. against her will give the T o the support u Safety Director Hexamer declared Cleveland. snty Olo, Fa_ i conspirators. WASHINGTON. naw was called 2 on today TORK. hwuj. of the In ihl-< coontn- ins: al o it a radical in of rti- CaJirorala. 1 rrobablv wll! tf hli ranch near jnto OJa! Walker, a hnU broih'-T any share In Ihe 1 sentenced FrJdav MXTOR HtUT O, Aug John S. pAUon. -navn- In a condition Jodaj- of belnc struck on She head umpiring O His Lipstick, Robber Confesses I n rocl-ir rn ----_ _._. T. uj, v LI ivuaay b- the Biate department to pro- tect the American Interests In Nicaragua where another revolu- tion has developed a result, orders were Issued for the dispatch of two American to ports nt and Corlnto Selec- tion of the vessels for duty there was left to Rear Admiral LaMmer in command of speda! service squadron In Central American waters. Decision to aend warships was reached after the, stata depart- ment had received additional re- ports from ArrtTlean dlplotnatlc Jn Vlcarsgua as to conditions there. department did not disclose the substance of ess reports. Information reaching will has officials that latest Xlcaraman ont- brtak Is to for me or The funeral ertnker of Wheeling. W. Va.. and her men prominent In the un- profession from all over ie stati of Ohio have announced clr Intention of attending the funeral They may arrive Tburs- services will be held from the late home. HZi Maple avenue at 3 o clock Friday afternoon with A- Stokes Watson of the Market street Bap- tist church and Rev C M Eddy of Denlson universitv officiating Friends Invited to the ser- vices at home but in the Greenwood mausoleum will be An Aviator With Broken Crawls Out Of Woods, Sai Lieutenant Bettis Mlasing 4 Hoars Hurt, Win Recover BELLEFONTE, Pa.. Anf tt (A. p a harrowing experlenc In the rough country on the eastern slope of the Allegrhenlea Llenten ant Cyrus K. Bettis. army flyla ace. waa ID the Center county hos pital here tonight, slowly recover from ferloai Lut not crltlca injorles. received when he hit mountain side Missing over 41 hoars and wit painful the stout-hearts airman virtually rescued himself His left Ifg was broken below th and both Jaws were fractured but despite these he crawl and hopped through the thick fOTest until ho to a roadxldr today and waited for belp to com along. Crawl 09 Dta Several times In the heavily wood- ed countrr. where be was hidden from sight, he saw airplanes over- head searching-, bat they cojld not hlm- he from the business associates of Mr i Bateman and win picked from! the First National bank, the First Trust Savings bank and the Mosaic Tile company staffs. In respect for Mr. Batejnan, the Moslac Tile Co plant will close Friday at noon and First bank and First Tnza Jb bank o'cJoclc Fridar. at 1 Auc of Home O_ ABR. bx: a llpolrk. C Bardcn. 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