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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1924, Zanesville, Ohio BUSINESS MEN ARE HERE ON GOOD FELLOWSHIP VISIT the News THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL NO. 349 THURSDAY PER FALL STARTED TO DO BUSINESS WITH SINCLAIR 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 OS Soon Cabinet EXPLAIN HIS Owners of Marion Star Demand It Inside Facts About Sale Are Revealed Feb. Frank A. York who sensational insinuations the sale of the Star by the late did not get a chance j today to tell the senate oil in- committee behind his veiled sat all day in committee listening sensational testimony by John C. western newspaper E. G. assistant secretary of interior under and and then was informed the committee it would be possible to hear him until He was instructed i in i TURNED i DOWN BIG OFFER 14- iate President Warren at one- time refused an as Western Admits He Re- He Rendered No i Sensation in Oil Probe t Feb. oce and sensation today 91008 acres in the ithe senate oil investigators The Standard Oil Co. did into the morass of make any effort to secure the underlying tracts for construction of oil jing of the great naval oil tanks at Harbor to Sinclair and Doheny because in the opinion ot have had for them in for A few bits as extra projected her name before in lier after death the photos of i I John C. of a j of western appeared before the and revealed i that as early as i only a matter at after be I bad sworn In as tary of the Albert B. fad was with Harry K. Sinclair for the lease of Teapot The contract was HOC for than a year later in I Shaffer its chief counsel Oscar I entire project cording to testimony at the resumption of the oil by the senate on public storage tanks were laur constructed fry Dohiny inter under the contract them the lease on Elks Sills serve in California and few months after Doheny had I ed of the I a John who is Se i Walsh's testified i the committee that he had of adverse opinion Camp Will Again Be Operated For Boys This Summer Announcement was accommodations arc Columbus Business Men in City for a Few Hours and Hosts at a Noon Luncheon received out ithe settlements which in in rival of tne interior the Dome Under questioning by members the publisher that it the lance of he i fended it on the ground of Holland also read a written by H. Foster rector of the bureau of to Fall in Baiu General had informally and claims and fact favorable Harbor you Bad any considerable money in devel-l adjoining Shaffer told the committee snowing why interest in waat a formal opinion Pioneer Oil and aad received Also Grand Jury To kindle a closer business re- principal speaker and save an of the aid replied between the two F. Sinclair agreed Holland was instructed to search members of the and told of the companies of the of the department of and association of some pf Indiana 1-ether with members of the was very instructive Of the group iber of Commerce from many will profit by Professor at 9 timely to on in Shaffer denied ever a special During the luncheon Miss from f I C. 21.' Z. Electric gave several excellent Co. services I Ul er on a Griff is of camp on June 13 and slay 5 pay ail expenses i i 3 when they will very own bv the Comrade group candies and to Owens then occupy the camp from care to in f1 everything to the money employed by the Ku whatever else to lead is I selections and the community led ov Charles Rankin Senator Waish read what he L. Bowers was cheer the minutes of a All present in singing j ing of where it. -i Feb. for the boys long at speed of camp dates ar very successful investigation inen here will be long remembered to and a closer naval by iary of the Interior Albert B. In view id to taken the i AI ucn in fairness to the Secretary ot tne he public committee be to answer lio should be Frank A- at a public hearing of ork insinuations explain upon the The Information having been mentioned the and the committee's attention stances tne of officers other former those previously she basis for lus tee today planned to recall the KesS between business many n ft V lh latter being customers of the I II I the grand jury wholesale and lh U A 1 47 others was business call iby Major General Milton J. wholesalers and commander of t-o guardsmen bent on at in the i peace in the county and that of tne Central i ment described by the general church were a. sumptuous who have aloof The was well of the and tended by and on whose wakened folk and the peace of the county joyed the luncheon until PTi III Walsh's and when asked what he had to ob- EIGHT HALF VOTE EACH never before beard of these or that tcr and I no to j The publisher said in that he had made application slice of Teapot Dome land toj 128 Petitions Out s manager of allegation That a certain sola for at much as it was and demanded to former head the National City of spoke upon liaci been about in connection with or whether his were upon magnate to verify or disaffirm I In the tee wants to ask him if senators are on his legal i arrived at the r early and took a in a secluded corner to await f i The committee decided first Ministers Shear counsel for OH of land appearance was The committee today Two identified Uhey will the merchants were held and enjoy a shooting of in the Caesar Cagie in the verdict j The following Columbus Pick His Own gates at Large the were represented in the trip Committee IS r IS could bv It was said Avery Loeb j. part of the valley return of the tajn packing Central Solid of i Secretary of to some of it hft had morning that 13S improving petitions for the new franchise adjoining the Itis Newark ft askea Railway hat anyone who spent money that neighborhood was a the being sliced t hie sfavor of retaining street car Shaffer evaded ask 1Ir Hie great of the signatures had to Close Here OR Saturday The termer secured in the outlying -J of .Ml last few following H. Brush iii the oil of vague iii have to tne from aU cr these disregarded as 100 fact to D. Moore and I win be in Friday and re- quest or both ot us be permitted to tell the com- what we know relative to the purchase of Mr. ing's he taking the stand mostly working would pay return to the AV yet others getting beKn support would do m aiia tne district either late this first well on Friday It is stated that in addition i petitions which can be signed nf the of commerce ji affirmation the forced and 0-n.r.sid will take action on tions filed with me way or the other upon Mr. return declared Gov. Friends of hastened to by the governor as his also arra representative the were on duty meat at Urbana ai ATTACKS SPLIT M the those who wish to sign them whila w law requiring such ias at the aad the Supply unanimous in Parrish i Rubber Co. Merchandise Show Case Fixture Bank of i Elevator Machine Co. bank Ohio State Orr Brown jn eight delegates George Galligan and Harvester E. W. E. arrested by Jones Witter after and Price F. O- J. understanding was F. A. Sells E. T. to be men This is the kind of Hardware proposed by friends Novelty Governor James M. Manufacturing of the disclosed that all are com- States Rubber ted personally to Mr. Whitacre Lumber Anderson to export secretary O'RYAN ACCUSED A BONUS FOE the chamber The working people at the oas industrial or the are with signing of the it is re- Statistics indicate more than 60 per cent of the street car patronage is of workers to or from It was stated last night that will be called in 1 This wiU give the Fuller ac Mrs. E. M. Poston of Columbus lo determine the of is to be the state speaker at If that course is open meeting of the local the petitions can be association at the city council Monday auditorium on Those toe Feb. at no hopes on the Poston is much Sn demand that council may act as a is a woman of Ma charming mother of I rapid signing of petitions as three children has been la a good evidence of now in the people feel about the for some She Therefore rt appears lively tnat teli the of lhe matter win fee submitted a of the people at tes April benefits to be derived by and teachers from Teacher There win at tie April or the citizen or of of Democratic from Senator n of tro I H root -i think of I lhe Star oxer IIIC a period of years a of 1O per cent on the foil DR. 07E. DEPOE ss of of safety unfair to TRAIN HIT AUTO LOST PART OF HAND IN COGS Feb. president John of for senate at tbe investigated nd introduced the bureau I president American re of Chamber of official position to rents or and T. enactment of the of the same and the defeat of the save short talks iii which thanked the locai its charges e cordial accorded a letter by of O. will is not Samaritan and from for an award injured when under was struck by been received at prof H of lhe Industrial of Clarence M. contends the loss of when the employ of snc Mideast Oil and that th to fact POPE NOT ILL Feb. Pius Forbes to form committees irs to support FAIR the representatives as yet s or of those who have been ed found themselves tend on such short those representatives of MKN Pill which had been made 1 response and 23 new pat as a SEEKS uwt it f tejd oat for a Feb. or so ft wife of the ol the New York Morning before BROOKLYN BANDITS anu Thursday a pump pro is that he and Evening has filed petitions be for divorce in the it is it expected snow s i
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