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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1924, Zanesville, Ohio TWO MEN ARE SHOT AND KILLED IN CLEVELAND BOOTLEGGER WJ ZANESVILLE SIGNAL VOL XLV NO 170 ZANESVILLE THURSDAY EVENING NOV HOME BREW MAKER NOT GUILTY AND CROWD IN COURT Let Cider and Grape Juice Get Hard and Then He Had Party Cider Hero Rules That One-Half of One Percent In Volstead Act Does Not Apply to the Beverages That Are Made For Use in the Home Washington Nov John Philip Hill's brew won before a jury in a eral court will not result in any change in the present policy the prohibition department to ferret out and prosecute brewers who exceed the legal alcoholic limit in their it was asserted today by department officials From I the attitude of the department of justice and the bureau it appeared that the Hill decision will be to all i intents and purposes ignored by the prohibition ment authorities Attorney General Stone said it was ex- tremely unlikely the government would take any appeal in the case Congressman John Phillip t land was presented a huge basket of when he Baltimore hours deliberation the jin the case of Congressman John Philip Hill on trial in United States district court here on charges of- the Volstead brought a verdict of cot guilty oa all I counts of the indictment I Haggard and draun after hours deliberation tlie who were charged by Judge Morris H Soper to de- termine whether or not wine and cider admittedly by Congressman John Philip Hill was intoxicating in tiled Into circuit court here at 10 o'clock today and exonerated the on all six counts of the ment charging hint n ith ting the dry law The ment which was received by a crowd that extended to the corridors was greeted with an outburst of enthusiasm Ity in the Maryland Tlis length of time required the jury to at a great Ir was said tlic filial member of tlie opposition tc succumbed shortly before I a ni today CALL AIR IB BY RADIO INSIDE They Will Be 1 Itr Yellow Cabs i s Use Ford System In Manufacture 1 i New York Nov 13 Within a I year residents of leading cities and suburbs may hail aa aSr taxi radio puff a cigar in a cabin and complacently to a radio program while the tickets but twenty j mile Wife and Mother Probably Die Fleets of i arc planned for Chicago ion Xew York Detroit Cleveland Cincinnati Columbus Dayton S Ann Arbor Toledo Buffalo St j Kansas City St Paul Battle Creek and Los J Angeles according to Colonel H E Hartney American I ins ace heads a company created to build and distribute j i the air cabs j the system will southward and to other points Colonel Hartney told News Service in an interview today I The air cabs are to be painted and vrill have cruising of 250 nUles he said i machines will have a of 100 miles an hour and be to land comfortably in a four I acre patch One of the safety features of i these air cabs will be the or high lift wing which i prevents a skid off in the uhe cause of So per cent of aviation I accidents according to Hartney this same be a An aid to the strength of the plane power in British Her is en in lifting braces which do j Will mother shown here is the wittU struts anad wires of of of is the The model plane has been under of Innocent Police are Shots Fired at Them as Tl Leave Garage and All Take One of Them But In On Business of Another Gi Cleveland of a maa said to have among bootleggers according Rosen's partner ia lo theory Louis Rosen 29 working i and his brother-in-law that Gainor road killing Rosen a baker were murdered early have given up hia In a garage rear of months ago and in wi i new horse said to have been up trade to have purchased as part of his profits business of what is illegal sale of liquor the Woodland avenue 1 The men were shot as they were Adelson an Income tax i leaving the garage Six shots were ant with an office in the fired till of which took effect In building Philadelphia there was a jagged wound at Rosen's home believed to have been caused by according to which had with the business but waa heart j victim of mistaken Police this morning were be was mistaken in light of early morning partner The plans for the murder I cleverly laid In order i away might be effected pursuit police called after the shooting s voice If you set a report of in East street pay BO tion to It The noise waa SAME OLD SMITH FIGHT PLAN To Renew Fight In It Is Said the exhaust of an j Mrs Romn however A home was by jand heard men run after killing called Police through the man i Relieved for the 5 ia member of the House experiment for the last went to trial oa a charge of said hi would use the trial and tie rt Commons bavins been hair year ia society woman are ins cider more than the ruling of Judge Soper to press Can Tell which it er Has naa an ac to reports alcohoL Say Leaders sral content of lars of Tragedy Postoffice Blown Up By Bomb or Gas in congress to legalize the light nines and beer I At the termination of the three hearing Judge Soper had the jury to disregard O- 13 The extremes in of of Earl Farren 36 and his killed last in s These were exemplified by at the Polen crossing about i r Howard A Kelly local mile east Philadelphia i witness for the railroad were burial today system produces s certain Mrs Earl Farren the T ife of Intoxication and on mother from cuts other hand by the testimony of a bruises about the head and witness for tne defense who had shoulders nervous shock and declared a dozen or two glasses of internal was m Twin o TO PAY JEFFERSON Julius yeast Smith Is Of TWO i and Viola Kraus Xew York The airplane assembles features of a variety of said Hartney It cost to build but duplicate machines we begin shortly to manufacture in Ohio will cost only j When we apply the Ford of production we hope to er the cosi to a plane i figure we need bnt one thousand flights of sixty miles each to pay for a machine I second defeat in 4 years jthan Democratic lation leaders look ahead to another j which at relieve four yeirs I i j One of Injured to Recover Earl j Earlier Judge Soper had ruled the one-half per cent clause i in the Volstead act does not apply to home beverages and the 3 was ordered to determine reasonable amount of Hill's wine and cider would i intoxicate With this moot question and Rapids MicH they retired to the jury room ly before two o clock Trere Grand Three way here today to the cause o- the explosion at the emment building here which killed thres men and injured 13 ether Whether the J ea the receiving station and j several workers beneath the debris caused by a i bomb or igniting illuminating gas j remained a as government and the police and j departments began their PoLce and troops the scene Dale Xev.-house 13 employe of the E O Manufacturing Co who was died early today ia session saison Her the appeals court with attorneys extremely tne school jcase Wednesday afternoon it wasj that the Adams i district should say the Clyde Farren IS -.district tee sum of Treva Varren the Adams Mills district hasi Bernard in iao rights in the school inj Farrea S district Farren is at Twin City The case is titled TV H- THE Barren SS driver RELIEF TO BE TAKEN UP I Nine monotony Friends of jubilant over re-election Roosevelt despite the avalanche to President plurality over Davis of a million or already are him for- nard Jor the presidential tion in 1928 i Supporters of William G illy their j t T i j Til A tion over the Davis defeat Island HL Men Are are diligently but Health Time Killings Are Against Them The death of John Dresden father of Probate to seize control of the Clarence A Graham party organization -o to making a third and i j ja fv 11 i Rock Island 111 drive for the nomination for of most prominent day at Vitally Interested nns officials and friends of Congressman Hill awaited the verdict until after midnight After an de- liberation tlie jury asked for a copy of section 29 of the Volstead km relating to home manufacture of cider and fruit juices Two hours later It ed for dictionary At each re- quest the impatient crowd be- the verdict would soon follow out as the hours passed without results It became more ami more evident that the deadlock was not to be broken at Dennison her death ivin i injuries that berger Keiper Tax citizens were under arrest here j Hardly had et not to v day on warrants Governor Smith to have been issues at to murder John C Looney son ed to a mrd erni u isssr hot to death in a street here Oct hailed as the the returns showed Mr Graham has been for the past several in h an of 7 circuit court here declared y had operation in -t his life several days his condition critical and tracks sire Farren and the bodies of her husband ana children were brought liere OP the Farrea a well driller and hLj family to their home not from the crossing after a survived the a general store two miles of hours when man's The train an cl truck night j surrender one is nor court room to reefer Ef Edwin nad JUDGE SATER IS TO QUIT BENCH ident Coolidge today accepted the of John E- ter as judge for the southern district of Ohio The resignation is effective 18 Mr Graham who was 84 age was a retired farmer The full John A- ve not been Pugh Ribble session of the accident occurred has phases of the Jefferson school President Coolidge and not been The crossing which have been untangled have made it clear they is on a sharp acd not on not expect to press any public road bat on the The appeals court stiH tas measures during the property The of the driver Cession Thursday hearing coses is obstructed on sides until the The bem vindicated of Irrespective legislation authorizing a preliminary hearing President to direct refunds of all treasury surpluses i information for the warrants was by Anthony Berg and 5 5 John of tain enough support from other fOr serving most acceptably Sn yeart Jt in a of could to a or more in he returned to I then t tt oper had gone to to impress the importance he of the case upon Jury PHe fact borne out the evidence the defendant had been active connection dry law El M St Joseph's Gas Field to be and Work to n There Immediately murder and scheduled tO that the Xew Torkers was a i begin serving 14 to 20 year for the crime in sis weeks Besides specifically charging affidavit name s of other citizens as ing connected i with tne crime and events leading up to it- Among these are Mayor Waiter A who the charges suggested be gotten rid of The rear oi The fram es v was Congressman Hill's ify in Maryland was -4 when he was by the greatest io a ds ner and 1.500 immediately A location has in 1 j rr n selected for oil snd sas obtained in o i and tools found a of the zone on 1 of about feet jn an the Ohio Master all of sandstone in 3 district i has been leased hv as of in f-e Bmc arc the Median n o and others as ns Joseph's conies The Clinton will fade before the church development of a new McAdoo his four men under arrest boom which is sure this time to ob- One pation in the shooting roar alsO survive J The devastating Democratic de- Mrs Johnson of feat under the leadership oc John Graham of Dresden Davis has demonstrated of Columbus J say that the party is doomed to Clarence A and destruction unless it accepts a Ernest B Graham that leader tne Graham and t It Is probable that the first move located IE he People's in the McAdoo strategy will be an building in this attempt to oast Clem Shaver of fae boAy taken to the as chairman of the Dresden and Democratic committee eraj v be aboLi the of feld to across the sortins th tendent ws scious in the postmastT's were the air in a or more conies to ihc Ohio and its from A of records shows cricton s of wide extent in a broad to Ohio ii Fulfil v as the sand becomes about the lice ar and flames be held Samuel B of home at 2 o'clock Saturday sas J Brace Kremer of Montana noOn Interment will be made mm or John S Coher of Georgia would be an acceptable leaders contend 1 at at of the 105 or so al and are McAdoo partisans for a McAdoo chairman if is them Un- for it is is Frazeysburg cemetery re asked to omit flowers BUTLER IS SEAT IN SENATE the as rhe t- to the More thirty the OTIC the of Splinters wis driven Co inches trunk of a tree Co at Phil they inspected FALL KILLED HER Marion O fall is he -t believed to have i was announced the death of Beatrice IS iarge turnine be o- York She of cerebral hemorrhage BORAH FAVORS EXTRA SESSION ago The n p sar PS ieF o c be o y of to a cal 1 as R Tar fronz th S ir parties he is such that it forms a sa a poor o cither or gas TT TT of roc.: is The Clinton sard MRS HARDEN G HAD special So here water oC in respect the pur re- lies o St farm feet aid jn in many fee w h of the a of sai not custom of the of i to be Boston Batter s at on of its of Bedford of 2.- 1 has let it be national that he has no intention of dav appointed by Gov Cox succeed the late Senator in by The character so of he changes from place t ody Jo that in s are her r POOR NIGHT o No- ce Klins of ent G not so well This her day of McAdoo forces the to an two ago to of of O Hie Cos of tin faction to Frank Hague of now vice man for Shaver's Hague i- a staunch Smith man He the solid sey to Smith at York after it stopped vote to Governor a merry honzon national senate Under the Butler will serve state election two years in finst came into as chairman of the state and throuch his friendship the then Governor Cooiidse President Coolidge selected nlm chairman of the national can and leader of campaign for re-election years well in ton as a department store operator his various KILLS WOMAN AND
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