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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1926, Zanesville, Ohio                               I 1 MINERS KILLED WHE1 rAMPFELL [CAN ORE MINE Ihe Goal for Which We To sern1- Peo-1 pie. Record tbe 1 Truth. Uphold tbe Right and Point the Way to THE TIMES RECORDER Ail the News All the Actfrtttea oC tbe World and ETCBU Voor Home Community At Tonr Door Each Moraine. XLU. NO. 263 ZANESVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER or snow; Friday fair, wanner. ;OVERNOR DONAHEY IS RE-ELECTED BY LITY OF COMPLETE COUNT MAKES NO CHANGE IN COUNTY LIEUT. GOVERNOR MAY BE DEMOCRAT ALSO, TRflPS CHEW IN IRON HIE PIT yOK RepubKcanS Sweep Entire Ticket. Writers Enter Marriage Contract Common Pleas Judge: en-Hj oy recent nesvy t_e E3V'ay d Republican candidates isere elected tic-tet. and the office of county recce-' State (Dl 3265.' to all Muskingum county offices but der. with a total vote of 11.105. 'SudUey iR) 4360. i  5591. i 3822. Mills (R) 4283. Prosecuting Secretary (D) 3068., 3868. Grassland iR) 4781. Brown   4638. j Judicial Ticket State Treasurer-Pattlson (O) 3352.- Justice-Marshall 4356. Ford' SucSiev tRi 4382. 1 C 4097 2634- Jones 2S8S- Matthias 3286.- -ome-ei-e iwx. Anneals Judge (short xnen at uorfe. Tne of slough is believed to have caught most cf the jcen on the first and third levels. Officials of the mine vrere check- ing tonight to ascertain the exact 'number of inen on clutv at the time -of the disaster. From 45 to 65 are employed but it not sf the entire shift reported for today. W. S. Hill, a state minins; insnec- V.-iUi2in Tibbett. an oificial -Cf the mining company are among trapped. They -s-ere inspecting' "tfce shaft at the time of the disaster. Flooded With Muck The disaster occurred shortly after 2 o'clock this afternoon. Persons re- jjortec hearing a terrific swishing as the huge section of mud end water dropped to the pit. Rushing to gaping mud hoie. they reported the flood swirl about the first 125 feet do-Jim and taeti force Itself thro-ash the outlets to the next ilevel. As ths: reaches were flood- the arose again to the lop Writes About Bulls shaft. Hunnrecs of persons gathered out trie mouth of the shaft to- tiie were wives, chil- it dren relatives of the trapped some of whom refused to give hope that in soice miraculous _ t way their loved ones had escapee A score of mine rescue teams from nearby cities in the iron tuning re- Igion responded to first aid calls but '__ were powerless to be of any assist- impcEsibie of penetration two hours after the occurred. A few persons on the mine surface the time cf disaster made an  5514. U. S. (D) 7442. 1 Prosecuting (R) 9556. i 3556. Grassland (R) 4770 Representative Schneider I (R) 5235. Moore (R) 8912. .iutlicUi Ticket i State (D) i Chief 5227. Ford Edwards (R) 9337. j 5090 State Baker "suD-eme Court McBnde 2JOS, 7126. Gregg 9066. 'Conn" 276S. Jones 3266. Matthias 3577 Clerk of D. Baker (D) Anpeals Judge (long 6400. Snider (R) 10.096. i Margaret Adams (above i of Hiram, 4539 j (D) 5373, Mc- Maice. _s Dinner of the first In Apneals Judge (shors ert 3092. Crew 4855. j County (D) 5877.' Common Picas Judge (long Fleming (R) 10.419. University of Maine's "Better cainpalgn essay contest. AIiss COLUMBUS. O, Nov. pluralities were rolled up by the ota- Ohio, normally a Republican state, er Republican candidates on the state has selected Governor Vic Denahey.' Chief C. T. Marshall, Democrat. for his third consecutive Republican or the Ohio supreme term. No other goiernor of env po- court, defeated J. Ford, Demo- lltical faith has sat in the executive bj 294.335 the largest chair thrw terms In succession 13 plurality of anr candidate on the the stale's history. stleket. Donaney's election by an approxl-' Most or the other Republican can- male plurality of 16.OOO over ended up .with scc'ated P'ess a chance, had rotes against Republicans' nave been chosen to." returns irere tabulated froni the other state offices with the.7-8J9 of the S.634 precincts la the possible exception of Lieutenant GOT- sta.e. Other Totals fjtn fnr IjfiSt fJgTttygS OH tbC VOtC oeaten 10- foj. ,he Etew ucjcet vm_ M- Treasurer of state 8575 precincts i pomereae-Clevelacd-b-i343fjoin The re-election of Donmhey means Oh.o win be a battle ground again' :or the next two jears In tte gover-1 i.cr's unceasing fight to n ernment of what he terms control. S'nce he has been governor he has' tried unsuccessfully to change personnel of the state public utili- ties commission, but the Republican state senate has always balked his ef- E Republican 5OO 444- fcrts by refusing to approve his ap- A jOEte'. Republican. 463.615. polntments _ .Harry L. Conn. Democrat 394483: X. JusUce Supreme court. Hepublican. 338.538. f Suore2ne Presidential Bee The state senate again will be over-, v.'helmlngly Republican. K the presidential bee Is buzzing! around the state L3use many political observers say It- Is Governor Donahey is not paying any attention to It. He gave out a terse statement today, which said simply: -The election means two more of hard work on my part to give the people of Ohio the best povibie administration of the state's affairs. I deeply appreciate the approval of my services." The has he would not lie a candidate for president. He told delegates to the Demo- cratic statr convention here. "I know my The Total Vote Tlis McBnde. Democrat 338.888. had CREW IS DEFEATED BY ABOUT IN UNOFFICIAL COUNT Tannehill 3344, Ribble 4100. Common Pleas Judge (Short term) -C. A. Maxwell 4905. Primary Amendment- 2349, No Comity Commissioner Helm (D) 8206. Taylor (R> 8736. Miss Thodo Cocroft asd Eugene of Chicago, both writers.! entered into, a contract marriage in New Tork. No marriage license. C. Ellis Moore defeated Ernest B. Schneider. Democrat, by about 5.0OO votes in the race for congressman from the Fifteenth district, unofficial returns from 321 precincts out of 338 [reveal. or' Moore's majority m of county was 1323. The otTser figures ithrouehouE the district follow! i Schneider ttoorfe Donahev 698.271: Cooper 682.026. ........7590 Senator Willis' plurality on the Morgan ............1896 iwas required, no wedding ring, and there was no promise of love, honor .Associated Press complete count was, Washington 5032 County (D) 5331. d obe_ above was taken on their honeymoon- Slack (R) County Recorder Gibson (D) 5671. Citv Tax Lew Yes 2748. No 48O1. Robinson (R) H.105. r- J rminiv Vote Prosecuting Attorney (D) 5 Coop-17424. Crossed (R) 9551. j er (R) 4888. Judicial Ticket Lieutenant -Governor 3939. Mliis (R) 4437. Bloom chief Justice Marshall 10.283., ff Ford 4782. PROHIBITION AND DEMOCRATS HARD HIT IfiirPTfRfe! Attomev Cre IN WESTEjiN STATES sssr _________ wined out by Unofficial returns from all over the   3116. j supreme Court McBride 41SOJ Vote Analysis Shows Vic's" Hold On State .Noble..............23S1 iMonroe ............1617 Totals ........22277 KTCONDU 1 Conn 5403. Jones 6252. Matthias 6863. Appeals Judge (short Lem- Sert 7220. Crew 8398. 88594. The vote was: Willis 708.707: Pomerene 619.713. The race lor Lieutenant Governor Guernsey 3751 provided the only element of chance in today's counting of the ballots. On the romclete unofficial tabu- lation. Earl D. Bloom of Bowling Green. Democrat, a former Lieutenant governor led James O. Mills, Colum- bus restaurant proprietor by 3200 .votes. The vote was: 8912 2632 6031 3013 957 567S 27220 22277 Moore's Majority...........4943 Kor. ties from the Democratic to SHAVER IS PLEASED AS DEMOCRATS NEAR 6RESS CONTROL n REPUBLICANS LEAD IN INDIANA RACEf S Counties- carried by the Governor In defeating Myers T.-Cooper. Cln- in 1924 and again in yesterday's e'.ec- pjjUtDAlFlDv his Republican opponent, the tlon. out which gave him smaller, JJU B LnfllJflU TTflU IrUIl WASHINGTON. Nor. Gratification over the election re- istilts was erpressed in statements 5s- stis was jGovemor carried 45 counties, as com-'margins of victory included: Alien.; sued tonight by Chairman Shaver of red to 70. two years ago. when Har-jsutler. ticking. Spared _ ____. 'rv I_. Davs. Cleveland, ran against Mercer. slieht, ma- Kenry Conner, aged about 35. third-, tnck conductor at the B O rail-; 3 death pui today of votes cast couns. --ouiu gi-e e. ai Victories" in Idaho and count-res of the custr.ct. la the un- der California, with Eeoublican csncii- official returns, follow: 3242; office a- ,ne foo, o, dates generall-. in also in Ore- Morrow. 321: Perry. 319: Richland. about mianignt gon. WrxSliir.gtcii. Utah Xe-.ada. 976: Stark. 2536. Ashlano. 1O71: Co- gied to congress to call a shocton 2370: Holmes. INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. ims of 3.006 cut of 3.545 precincts ina give for the Mahonine. Mansn.; Richland. Sandusky. Frank-' anaivsis of the vote, as tabuiat-'un and Hamilton. Political analysis led by the "Associated Press showed to-.-s.-ere incl.ned to atribute short- jaees in part to the natural back-, In'wash of Republican "Protest." votes o-'which went to "of ago. AT POLLS TUESOAYi NE. '.ears tiie eltxtions show thess can-j didates deiinitely elected or heldlng were found about o'clock this (Thursday morning. T' Watson Albert Stump To cone-ess to call a shocton 2370: Holmes. 381: Kncx. 'o'clock this (Tnursaay) morning, ana eatT-ir-c-i to rr.oc.fv "the eighteenth 125: Tuscarawas. 2S26: Fairfield. 1876- reTsoved to the Deal Punerax home, and to "declare'proh-bi- Reports of the accident _were mea- 980 short precincts give nd. I The Donahey victory yesterday was A major feature in the governor's helped by the uinn.np over of four term senator victory "Tuesday of course was Senator Arthur fact he earned Hamilton home. ing in Nevace ana lii Cali- fornia -.he- n.eosure for re- peal of the state prohibition enforce- rr.cr.t act had a of more thar. 300.COO wr.er. returns from about r.alf tiie state's precincts were counted. WOMAN OF AS VOTERS DEFEAT PRIMARY MEASURE CINCINNATI. O. Nov. Senator Robert A Taft. Cl HzlTilNNE. V.'yo Nov. 3 crr.ar.'-- far apr.ssreti to be .n anier.dment to modify the direct pri- ts state, it was hardly o'clock last night and it is believed the acciaer.t happened at o'clock as his watch stopped at that time. He was badly crushed about, the legs and it is thought ff-U or slipped under the bos car. i Tte clerk a; tiie yard office refused. !to give ojt any information regard-1 ing the accident, saying it was against tae rules of the company. j Conner formerly lived on the Pra- zevsburg road but. ago moved to 131 Woodlawn avenue.; 'and went to the Conner home early' BRENNAN BEATEN BY SMITH IN ILLINOIS, CHICAGO. Nov. of irge E. Breunan. leader of Illinois to accumulate expected In Chicago on his stand for of the prohibition law. to Frank L. Smith. Republican. now zu'oematonal of the cnmary modification commit- heavens Wtilc tee that it would succeed on the first of Governor attempt. Nellie Tivloe Rcss Tic nat.on's first "The canipa.STi has acconipjished a vomar- qc-.errior to adniit Ser result in educating tne people vriefea- a .eaa of IJ283 votes s.led up to tr.e sbsolu-c necessity for r.-r RcpubJican Frank C the present sjstem if we' as" an unsurmou-t- -ire to get the type of men able bai-r tr to !-fr to tte to serve In publ.c ofCjce." sa.d Ser-a-, gDverr.crsr-.p of the tcr Taft. Four Killed, Three Wounded As Convicts Battle Guards 7C57K" YORK Four from pel.re three irerTwcrc ard -hree -sert D'ctS" were rus.-.ea t3 thp vfra rf tie c'.C ar.rt rr.3tor cyc> police frota ir.''- a o-.er ilar.J-fit'ati tr.e -jo C.TV Vre scetie of battle Ainoris "o jot '.l-.-cir way -_rc "o arrive was -.re esiersen- to freedom CT from p cS before d.ec' a keeper. ar.ctr.cr and belo- r.cart Tl-.e cf.-.i _ the counties -ah'.ch gave Republican ma- counlv.'jorltles in the subematori-i Kis majoritv there of two years ago. In Beiniont ccun- will be in excess of 12.000 the gove-nor picked up almost 3 The fo- the rest o? the state.'OOO votes over sho-xin; in 5924 however, showed that Cooper would and Huron. Erie and Galiia have had to taSe his home county by swung over frorr. Republican major- big pluraiitv to mafce the story any ties of tv.3 years ago. Oailia. how- lever, went for by only 13 In Vote .votes The smaher vote cast this vear than. Dona'r.py tnu-phs were recorded ;wo vears probably accounted for yesterday in the fcllow.nc counties reduced Donahey majorities in aianv Adams. Alien. A-jgla'.zc. Bel- counties S-s itches of several coun-'mont. Brown. Butler. ________________________________.-Crawford. Dar'se. Def.ance. Er.e. rair- FranSliri. Gtiernscv Hardin. Ksnry. Hocking. Kurcr.. Kuox. Liciiir.c. (Marion. Mercer. Monroe. O'.- tana. Perry." P.charay. Pike. Pre'ole Rich'.arjd Ssncca Shelby. Summit. vzi. Wavr.e ar.d "vVvindctte. PASS BOND ISSUES FOR NEW SCHOOLS this morning to notify his wife. Mrs..rne Tjnltec; setiatorship Conner .of the tragic death, of her heid b_ William B. McSinley. husband. _____ I Smith extended his lead to tnorc than 45.0OO with nine-tenths of the Tr.e bcr.d issue for for the governor carried the follo-s.r.g vote counted- The 558 unreported const-nictlon of a new high school counties in 1924 bi.t not :r. 1925: 'precincts, almost all down state, building in West View carried by a Charr.pa.cn. ClarH. Cler- ;58 ictcs or a favoraMe cjont Ciin-on. E'-laware. Favette. Democratic" national committee' Chairman ddfield of the Demo- cratic congressional campaign conj- ________ jmittee. ._ i Both saw in the fusrares a trend 3.- Hct-jna ftrojn toward Democratic ranks which, they d. augurs well lor the party's iaope. .._ 1928. leads: i "The results confirm our pre-elec- Smith, D. itlon estimate and are very gratifying C. Toung. R. indeed" said Mr. Shaver. Though Jt H. Adams. D. 'appears a majority of the congress H. Trumbtill. H was not quite won. the gains signify G. Hardman. D. victorious advance for the Decao- C BaltJridge. R. Icratlc partv and a momentous set- HammiU _2. :bact for the Republican party and S. Paulen. R. i administration. C. Ritchie. D. A- Puller. R W. Green. R. Christ.arisen. R. New N. Spauling. R. New Smith, D North G. Soriie. H. T. Dcnahey. D Johnson. D. S. Fisher. R. Rhode J Pothier. R. South D. p.ichards. D. Sojth I. Bulow. D. Peay. D. Moody. D. SON PROSECUTOR IN FATHER'S COURT KENTUCKY ELECTS to sweli s !gh.3_ ;he nrSlftnniT CrillTfin smallest margin by wliich a Republl- vote of 59 percent of the total sum- Grwr.e. HancocS. {JtlnUuHAl ubNAiUn haS electec: t0 thS of per cent Madtron. Med.na. E Weeks. R. R. Zimmerman, R Emerson, R. CADIZ. O, Nov. vear's election threatened to make a. "father-and-son" affair of criminal cases la the Harrison county courts. John si. Worley. Republican candi- date fcr prosecuting uttomey, whom unofficial returns indicate to be elected, is the sen of Judge Jor-n C. Wcrley of the Harrison county court i of "common pZeas, Nov .from Illinois in recent years. I The Republican candidate as a dry, accumulated or.e of two Rep The to the lower house wil: retrain the Derno- crats r.nd Three republicans. Cnoffie-a! returns from a-1 except 174 Di.t cf 4 063 "ec.r.cts in the sen- ate sa-e Aiv-.r. W BarSiey. Democrat 273 P32 and R.chard P. Re- publ.can 250 CS1 a majority of for Barklev. R R. Green, Republican catnpalgr. HARRY M.DAUGHERTY TO-BE TRIED AGAIN was necessary. Miami. iloritjsmTV. :.'crrov.-. runnir.g The r.ew school be modern and gum. Noble Pajlb.r.g state the fireproof of re-r.forctrt cor.- Stark. Trurnbjll. Cr.jcr- Van eitertor and ar.d Analysis of the ori tr.e I'elit ;d club larger "and _ fcouse w.ll also be constructed, "hows that Dor.ahev nrricS NEW TORa. Nov. f tre oui'.dir.- and site or.e of wl-.icft a of crcssior.al at a glance: Seven Senate Seats Lost To Democrats By Republicans -Con- over Representative Herbert W. Tay- Sen- the finest in the An site Is be.ng considerec; for structure. Tie board -clucaliCTi cf clashes in sciiocl so tht.t to ar.nounce- acre more Than 21.C this 'in West C-j-ab-jga. Stark Hani.lton.' FranS- ate. seats won by Demo- ov Hayden over Senator E. Tydin New Sirovich over Representative Nathan D Perlman. TweEty-fo-orth. J M. over Fitzpatrics ovtr Reoresectative robber to add to h'.s statetr.en' ar.-i Ol.-.er 0'f.r--. Ol er Berg Jercn Sector. Tr.K Peter M.'.l- Of.rw t.ie eart Dar.pi -.f-cp-sr f'rc: in the cack. J. A. sl.c1 rc f sed in l Glaiitr ar.v! Murphv nnsor. varcl fall -hotsr-.rs ar.d Sn-.pers snrTed with co-irt? building wrier. cor- with by the famous "Bridge cf Sighs." ar.d of off re" builc3ir.es these r.ts. Thp prifor.ers a coaJ p.le as could be seen fir-.r.c beean ran from tr.e rca.1 pile and tooS cc-v- ft curved wsll them teirporary protec- tior. but thev were GALLIPOLIS. O.. Nov. t'-s -icht ?na firing resumed. In a clash' w her. C-ailia county experienced its first the prisoners attempted to rash Democratic landslide in more than tarouea a door oper.ed by aimed century !ri yesterday's election Attoraev Emery R. RucScner an- I. Walsh ever W. Senator M. Butler. Stolesbiirv. over Louis B Hawes Scnator George K. Vfilliams New Robert F. Wagner -e E. 3 Senator James W. Watfsworth. Jr Elmer over Johr. W. Harreiii. -.oma First, fonner Represen- Kowarc! over Eeprssea- _a_e g j_ Twelfth, former Rep- Jcnn J Casey over Repre- Edmund N. Carpenter, wna GALLIA FIRST IN 100 YEARS resulted ic. a jury Buckner said he would request 'court to set trial for December. 'SLIGHT HOPES FOR MISSKIRKENDALL Dem- died keepers Marphy was hiiied and ocrats were chosen for ail county of- O'Connor The fices but. two -vere dr.ver. ;r.to tiie jard. now- Governor Donahey carried The' fteniDted escstx> re- "r. and thcv county by 13 -.otes Ordmarliy a Re- j Ihe f.r-t r.o: call -.used .n n.r.i.i unt.i they were all publican majority of is record- years Nex York Ail available rc-1siiot down. fcrrr.er Representative J E Earl elected. X. E Derwacter. of Mcxahala ave- w.tr. the exception rf f-.e fc-irt.-. r.ue. who wss seriously hurt in an au- district, r.one of "the uere close tomobiie crash on the West pike Tries- ar.d in the sevenln. Ci-.ar.es Brar.ci {day -light, was reportea !n a. critical Republican lEcumber.t cpfeatsd his Fifth. George H 01 er Representative" Efigar C. El- O'Conr.e: 1 -V. V, KWSPAPERl iWSPAPfc.RI   

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