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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1925, Zanesville, Ohio LY FRAGMENTS QE SHENANDOAH LEFf TO AID INVESTIGATION ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Tells the Truth OL NO 126 ZANESVILLE K THURSDAY EVENING SEPT THREE CENTS NE NEW YORK BOOTLEGGER CLEANED UP IN A MONTH nether Took Orders for Cases of Real Scotch in Day of the Times Square legging of the offices of Arthur in ice Knickerbocker ins revealed a bankbook with the total of deposits for one and others e also evidence of letter SAYS SHE SAW BODIES FALLING FROM SHENANDOAH Testimony Of An Ava Q Woman Who Saw Dirigible Break and Crash to the Ground New Sept revelations showing where one of bootleggers deposited 0.000 in a bank In a single and another orders for cases of ia 2 single 3 followed further inquiry he prohibition asen today f um Smugglers Mobilizing Washington Sept Several are for ars included in thi attack on the Atlantic coast s organized fleet of rummies -All a promise to thirsty are sailing foreign registry Scans for merry holiday Ram runners believe the coasi to information guard has relaxed its vigilance off iby treasury agents today j the north Atlantic coast and will E or more ships are not be able to put up a strong at X S against smuggling J base while others patrol is made in the Bahamas 5 by congressional action J X S- Havana and other One official declared the whiskey S Keports from special who went to Halifax disclose at American money chiefly from sw Tork the Embodied In a statement now fat the course of tion by a witness to the wreckage of the dirigible doab for to the naval board of inquiry at hurst X wilt be this flying at a height of approximately feet the Shenandoah passed through two separate Clouds The cloud hovering above the giant airship was heavy and dark and the lower cloud was a lighter hoe but of extreme The to the catastrophe was ilrs Josephine Brown near Ava a sister O TV Fountain She shortly after the disaster by naval authorities and board Quested to a for the naval Sirs Brown urns one of the few actual of the breaking in two of the and observed bodies from the pilot and control cars when the break curred She said that after the dirigible was split both sections appeared to tty in an easterly direction front her home According to Mrs Brown she arose early on the morning of Sept preparatory to attending the county fair at CaldwelL A slight rain was falling and in glancing through a window at the skies she aaw of i the Shenandoah flying without any apparent engine or other trouble through the one above and the other below the airship While watching the passage of tlie ship through the she became hat something was wrong and ran into the It was then that both clouds appeared to close in on the airship arid for a few moments her view was re- obscured Then suddenly the clouds parted and the ship was broken in two and the bodies hegau to the earth Mrs Brown to the of her sister Mrs 4 i- who on an adjacent and aroused other Ben son of Mrs Emma Boley was among the first to reach of the wreckage and assisted in canes for the survivors t Mrs Brown judged the height at the ing by estimating the distance to be about or ESI lengths of airship She said a considerable wind prevailed at the time and i following her statements many persons were the belief that the dirigible had been by a or 1 that struck the air channels and just forward of the midship Mrs Brown recited in detail the weather conditions prevailing at the moment of the collapse to first naw -on the scene I Later she was asked to prepare a written of inquiry statement for FRISCO ON EDGE JONLY PLANES FIT FOR USE IF TO GREET FLIERS FORGED TO GO TO I HID Inn f New Orders Issued to Dry Agents Also Raids on Club and r Lodge Rooms Pacific Birdmen Are Arrive Today glers will make a final attempt cash is unload t stores of liquor and of the business Sorts of Honors In j The word has been passed among the liquor merchants that tary of the Treasury Mellon recommend to congress the of sufficient to create a new and raore powerful patrol equipped with going vessels capable of smuggling j Kuta ship skippers have been warned that their last chance a big killing will present itself j ia the next few months while the coast guard preparing ter navigation protection and be- fore congress acts to make the trol a permanent governmental function r stocks of liquor in tie United States following the drive off north coast have increased prices Their Honor San Francisco Sept Heady and anxious to make another attempt at a flight to Hawaii Commander John RoOgers and the crew of seaplane No 1 home to San cisco today Escorted by airplanes overhead a wild medley of sirens and i the bay the carrying th Washington Sept 15 airplanes fit for combat use should America suddenly be forced to go to That's the fighting strength of the arm v air service an official survey of all tlie tary flying fields shows The remaining composed of training planes messenger planes and obsolete heaps of junk Sending one of these obsolete into battle against a jern aircraft would be la river steamer going Into a naval against a first-class a high officer It wouldn't even cave a of 3 chance The following data relative to equipment at the various fields is taken from war At- Brooks Field for and promise rich to like heroes to en passed through the Golden advanced students before 9 o'clock and These can be used for in stately fashion to her S anchorage In Man way Field so of them were San Francisco Sept out Ohio v by state dry agents starting today will conform to announced by by successful smugglers Officials said that the new on the ruin trust would be met with a force to make it to j liquor J They pointed out however that fight against smuggling has i shitted tlon to deep sea Job Euni row shifting with an I occasional ship In close to The followed Wilder cover of- fog of numerous protests froin many sections of Ohio adversely tie recent raid by state dry agents tie come of State Senator George H Besder at land and statements in report submitted by a weeks ago to governor is that is restricted most private residences 1 The orders decree that raids be made until after charges of illegal sales jire two table sources raids have been upon receipt of notes and telephone calls i- Method of raiding club and Jodge rooms also is These raids in instances it is claimed were based upon anonymous notes or telephone calls From on secretaries of lodges and clubs are first to RY DETECTIVE IS TRAMP Posses Are In Search Of Hobo Slayer Victim Owes a scription of Man TF -Ta Sept Scot Is the back by aa ill to j f c of complaints alleging dry John Weekly 31 de- for the Chesapeake Ohio railway died ia a hospital early today law violations Opportunity will be given to remove ail for adverse criticism In the event that this warning is not heeded thea dry officers Several posses headed by deputy raids upon such places at The governor expressed dry officials should endeavor primarily to prosecute persons viola tins prohibition Taws for financial sain instead of zens who technically or break these BIG GAME HUNTERS Marietta 31 Jfi sheriffs and railroad tie of today for tee slayer Before ae was able to give 3 good description of his assailant He said the arge negro wearing overalls acd a Weekly was frosi and Mac i assart local hunters were back today from a e hunt in the Canadian Cockles where they shot san oa a freight train whea train stopped at He started to for a white he the port from which they so a more than tares weeks ago Commander John Rodgers and his crew of the naval seaplane Xo 1 were San Francisco today he battleship Idaho the nine day wonders was reported by radio of f: tha Golden this Twelve ar the tasted the al them a naval naval of civic authorities and newspaper met the shore a whole dry waits to welcome San Hawaii flyers who were given up for when their plane 300 miles short of i goal The had declared a in the Ifc schools Municipal offices and many were closed to honor of the coming stUl off shore the to be greeted by army and navy seaplanes circling over the as she her way the Golden j A welcome blast of whistles and i sirens from every craft in the tras to marie the progress of Jse Idaho to In Slaa row after the aviators ind a giant parade will march up i street participated Sodgers and his brave during the war and are now lete fifty planes at JField Va include 15 obsolete Martins and 35 planes of types Of the latter one is a new up-to-date The others are i Cannot TeU Says An Officer and worn our Ition of the country's At Field there forces as 40 pursuit planes Of these I 15 ars modern firstclass Curtis and I Tex are 50 Boeing planes The rest are green Thomas Morse planes which are not battle planes At Boiling Field near ion there are 12 old ciree of which have been two Sperry and one small Vought training plane Field San has sis old That sums up America's flying strength now in commission Field near Dayton O is simply an station army air service ers who obvious that his name be withheld summed up the that we have only 19 planes fit for combat use lie made that ment about a year ago it was undoubtedly true Of the 19 planes he re- ferred to I at least four have crashed and arc now out of Our entire combat strength in the air iar represented by the 15 Curtis and pursuit planes at Salfridge there may not be that many now i The only other we have is the amphibian I The old planes built the war are obsolete ly unfit for combat Some of these are known as flaming coffins aaver caused of many a good And yet we go on i The ana ger planes serve their enough but of course these are combat planes Besides the alanes now ia use there are a number of planes in storage These are all old wartime models Secretary has stated that we could put planes in the air in a Is Paris to Find r Vi y 3 Sept broken line of twisted J fire dots of engine a there a warped Instrument This was of dirigible i tress of air whose bones i reconstructed today all the training and the planes in we could here to we 15 1500 the first-class which cost Zachary Asks How Much and On What Terms companions The demonstration to be -one of the greatest ever in San Francisco formal reception will held when the flyers reach the haD On the or the they be i gold medals for their heroic feat of almost the first flight attempt from San to Honors await the aviators on every hand Truncheons and dinners and many other ed entertainments are c j the welcome program Ia addition to Commander Cold Verve these on tie Xo Syron James ConnelL and second ia command Pittsburgh tion Pilot Skiles R Pope Jackson Chief jfan Otis jerre Hanre Ind and His ates Are Alert of the West pike near reported day that a monster comet with star-shaped a Ions blazing tail was clearly noted In the heaven about 2 o'clock Monday morning by several folks who wers awake at that hour The comet came east and seemed to pass most directly over the al highway It appeared very close to and most fiery red in appearance Unusual equinoctial er was experienced here last Saturday and Sunday and it Is believed the comet may have been of these dis- A party of Zanesville folks passing the road also the comet i 1.13 members of the ere 1 r was ia weeds near the The detective caribou and ceer n the distinction of bri own the largest ram of the He also to Sre before lag 900 pounds lapsing was the spot K Richmond Ind Present in the to the fivers of the Naw s Json came to the teller's window at the treasury today to ask how she owes and oa what terms can pay it- r Equipped with 3 blank book and exhibiting a speed in 1 DAY CITY Slater Had Many Signers SERVICE in I testing in an effort to elicit dence concerning the cause of Shenandoab crash LrC One of the viewing the debris wistfully declared it was a of the ship Yon can't these he said THere are only two valves here and car is It was estimated by one of For Murder surviving cers radder ship bv car Lieut E of i crew to the j They But Ihs sas cells were isolated -eSsK Is Mrst Time in History j of England Petition Was Not Does Not Flinch as Trap Patriotic Observance of Emancipation Day in City Opens With Street Parade headed by Joseph went into session the American debt this morning j scant 24 hours after they set foot on American soil The celerity with which M went about the ness of actually getting the table was regarded by treasury officials as a happy angary for the success or the negotiations It seemed to stamp with conviction the trench finance minister's on- determination or an agreement within a week and sailing for boms again within ten days Returned AH petitions of those candidates for the election to at the jUon must be fiSed today an and in Is Sprung Handcuffed Mrs shot to death Fox lake buried today sons accused In warrants of murdering her husband Arthur Holt and her daughter Mrs Clara permitted to attend un- der but without at jcase of a jeak on one rest of the ship dirigible has that aided in the It was pointed Out to court that the eight valves released atmospheric Glasgow Sept 24 Mary the quiet little who sentenced him to death i have Harcq and her that rhe reduction clung consistently to their j automatic valves to eight Ia tis caused the climax of a family quarrel order to accommodate those who watched the of John today Srst time In The hardest blow at their story was str struts be open until night S Downey of Wheeling Jf can carry out this re- the East cause a of here throm the various colored civic and was cue of largest years ago The farmer stumbled this has this week and nest will constitute perhaps the most re- chapter in the history of j international ing of a now calculated at in the short space of a few The headed by of tis ury Teat oblong table in the In anticipation L on Thursday his petition as a morning Sled candidate for member of city council Mayor CL C Slater candidate for tion also filed his petition haa 44 that Mrs H afternoon He signatures attached to the lent H Oscar Stanton also a date for mayor his petition with the ejection board last and the document ed snore 400 signatures It irate Eell made her report history that official witness of an execution first The latv requires that the that It was highly trate passing sentence witness execution and Mrs Bell did attempt to shark She o'clock posed After visiting Keen ceil she Lake who told of futile for the gallows then to find the fatal revolver un- noting three shots into her body Ibave put z revolver in her le arrived at the prison at jand fired a fourth shot pale bat otherwise com- Damaging testimony by Joseph Eiss also marshal at tbe procession cp the She did net when the trap was sprung The completed not necessary for Mr StanSon withdraw his petition day for additional as his many friends ed him in cheir efforts to sign names to his b rief time si to the secretary for Scotland Sirs the hand Keen as he stood oa the gallows and bade him As soon as the trap had been she walked from the Jail to ifer til Holt produced it from the counterpane of z bed where admitted ae had placed it j witnesses have been called session in I Uic effort to have the back up its theory of with a verdict holding Holt i and Mrs to the grand jury In to the sind wires a few ments Indicated the car formerly was shorn of Its needle but In an We way receiving set in tion The two parachutes V by the Shenandoah were dis- unpacked fact was as the determination of the iant crew to to the Karry of will entertain tie em- of the floor of the Home Store Thursday Elaborate plans made for the party and i promises to be a charming affair in for breakfast on- j I made up my Clerk Dave wouldn't be toea in outdoor y morning that those td their in order to he was had was her only that and I before midnight vl Award Contracts Friday to Afreet Bridge Eight He stated thai of the names of the ca be omitted from the ticket at election then to oint at tJie across who were he and secondly floating was enjoyed the expressed the loan by at the was formerly of j France in street that mav were scheduled to be theft Iran as high as or C Slater L S AND GERMANY j ARE TO BE ASKED I FAIR COLD Sept udy and slightly cooler Sht showers In northeastern Friday fair and The Emancipation day dinner served at 6 o'clock at St Paul A M E charch A Geneva Sept and speaking program Nations assembly today dinner Jed the proposal of of France for an international conference to be he'd the auspices of the the speakers for the are Atty J E Bowman C Rev W Roberts Rev A J Adams Harry R Stotts Mrs and others A persons from various The date cf the Ohio In be fixed by the league in Madrid in December I The United States and be invited to participate n The one according to French financial opinion is de- pendent upon the other If France is to undertake the discharge or a debt of ly four times the indemnity paid by France at I he of the Franco- war of then France must have entree to private money markets in the United States to obtain funds to consolidate her internal and bring order oat Of the chaos Into which her tional finances have fallen SOME Greenville Sept prominent man shipped head of choice young hoes to tlie Tal Decter at Piqua which averaged 304 pounds each The boss a price for which a acre farm could be COLUMBUS HAS FIRE Sept early today caused loss estimated at 000 to the Merchandise Storage Company warehouse here The rSre apparently started near the Firemen sot it under control after an hour's Several firemen overcome smoke j M RBT HESS GETS BUSY mm o and at Dresden i Bids for were above the estimated of the Fifth street yhe Dresden The contract requires that tho i iron and steal framework be modern church fe to for the rust G W Lane was the Sach active interest bovs is be given two made Sere bv Rev be awarded at S The Compressed Air Stiles addressing Co was awarded session of the convention bids were submitted last fall for the the Columbus Baptist both one oa aad of the Sixth There are three things we Dresden bridge the bridge by the were asj Under the requirements of tha I G IT Lane Dresden bids opened today the county Fifth street agree to furnish alt Compressed and lead Cleaning Co Dresden bridges were painted ranst abont the yoang boy in order tive savagery economic pressure and un- realized con- tinned Rev Dr Stiles These form the basis of Uie fnl activities street bridge C-S Chappelear The bridges have iden bridge painting to The alarming increase in The estimated cost the from rust her of youthful criminals may each bridge as prepared the traced directly to the faisure Engineer Bert contracts work to take the p roper With the exception of the most immediately ai G W Lane bid all the other of mm
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