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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1928, Zanesville, Ohio i -i i WERNOR SIGNS PETITION URGING CONGRESS TO REGULATE FREIGHT RATES ON OHIO COAL ZAN SIGNAL Tells the Truth NO. 268 MONDAY MAR. THREE CENTS j. A. SHARPE STRICKEN ILL IN BANK AND DIES IN FEW MINUTES REE ARE KILLED IN INDIANA SEVEN IN OHIO is Stunned by Sudden OHIO Death of President Old Citizens Sustains Stroke of Apoplexy Soon UtAU Entering Bank This AND BLAME IS PUT ON ROADS Crossings Go Victims During of Week End Husbands sh men nere Killed and Injured here automobile In uere was by a freight were crushed i Tlie watchman at the crossing said today lie ivt tue and Miac I around 1 IS. is snd four of her are j nursing injuries following a crash the cf the engine the automobile sn which tiie train ce and another ma probably saved life 10 the 1 of Pleasant J 58. is. from in- J 23. and Ac Ora of near is dead having suffered fatal In- juries ulien strutk an auto- while a. Highway near her all of Ind. HiEVEN DEAD IN OHIO AUTO TRAGEDIES as accidents a of life in Ohio Saturday and the of casualties reached midsummer s. check-up by revealed Ac men Killed Saturday when their auto tlie path of a Tile victims 45. and of ear hati and then icks i; ivas hit by the which cante from the Ite Mrs. E 10VEO ION fi T Last Messages is and To Explore Interior is recovering I slight injuries as the result of crash at Schenck's three I lies south of when their by a B. O. the tide in the bright sunlight i her zz half staff from her battered conning submarine At diaries 30. as uhen his auto truck hy a 1'our passenger Glory at Half From Into No. 2 i People of Shawnee ciety Are J Petition i Coal Shippers not Compete Because Rates Unfair O. March relief for the Ohio coal Governor Vic and cf Commerce Cyrus Lecher signed a the than eight Other urging con- gress 10 provide for lation of railroad freight on coal so as to equalise vantages of the shippers of cool In Ohio with shippers of from er and It was stated at the tlie af the ot Otto tor of a church at Shan ry Giesen represented the Shawnee Welfare It was coal industry in Ohio Is practically the petition Tills situation et- ery other business adversely and causes sreat the tion tions are not fair and should be ing and Dies in Few Was in His Usual Good Health Zanesville was stunned bv the news of the den death of H. A. president of the Old zens National who died shortly after 9 o'clock Monday in a rear room of the ing a stroke of Death occurred a minutes after the front which he never re- gained Mr. Sharpe arrived at the bank about o'clock day and exchanged cheery greetings vita several of the bank He also talked with H. vice president and for a few moments and that lie felt in the best of He then went to the office room of the bank where he left his hat and Frank and Fuller H- A. SHARfE cer thai coal industry shall The big tlie craft and the of the water from tiie was the shattered ble resting on an even keel on Only her conning ec above the surface as she entered the two oC Oklahoma have the in our cook books and Left is Mrs. V. M. and starvation shail be On they found Mr. Sharpe unconscious on the floor where he had fallen from a telephone I which he had just The telephone receiver was later found dangling from its mute evidence that Sharpe was about to call a number when Dr. W. A. Melick was summoned and rushed to the bank but death had ensued before the Employes of the bank stated that Mr. Sharpe did not Both Sentenced to Melick pronounced death i A messenger was rushed to the dence on Culbertson avenue and brought Mrs. Sharpe and her Jay I. to the Mr. Sharpe had died before their Sharpe's nse success and in the financial world only tc his own and he began j his career as a clerk and of This Week JHe Declares She is cent of Crime s. Theresa 1-uitoR. Both of them go to and for j we their And both of these modem wives are enthusiastic about congress to give us Irs dual to college seems eier so more Important tress and cause such to be mc than said Mrs. being j acted that shall the coal certainly isn't a f job in this day or modern apartments and j of our state to ss wife has so more to talk about with her mile in freight as do coal if she up with ana job said Mrs. shipping from j order was tne please said must so to economics and Ohio tae nf n T T the ol ths crushed the chops lor I j sea boas lor any letters ritch and his five brave before they to Secure Location eti 3a will come bodies recovered by civers 23 the ship ley on i the bottom off the j Bear bodies un- j other dry in this district will i stated a member of the ol tbe ofa r on tne was here to receive BAKES m EFF Of S OFi HEN TO BUILD i their advantageous com- pete an March Through his eleventh-hour completely exonerating Doris Julu from any part in the or Adelard McDonald day had regained Use love ot tiie who was to have been ed with him Friday morning c-u the in The thoughts the former horna and Mt. yu girl tamed to but to the man Lad her promised Tron the hour he would speaS she said today In her prison Jam giad tbat he has told the truth th love I had for The sisners of the petition 1 their belief in right of a fair profit for the I ami a fair wage for tiie and in tiie principle of collective has en itself be a blessing for ali in our fair seems unreasonable aud un- Is justifies in. a country store with Ings cf eight dollars January he was elected M the Old Citizens National Main and personal ment has the American boy with another incentive to pus his own destiny the aid of j diligence was born TAKEN HOME Mr. liave been 'the body was taken home on Monday friends ot family been kindly asked by Mrs. His lather a and a cf while hie mother was born In they there he to the is. After several years spent In the suddenly then boy ot to In z. was stilled s I believed he Property tiou Serious i The county infirmary site approved as the most logical lor airport and efforts first be nude to secure it. It fe that some residents are protesting tise proposed and if tiie be another Ite In case 110 suitable can lie Uie proposition mil be and some other the 501 eminent it is i bodies at naval T jter will b- Star JR 3IuSlCal lor A death assigned tc guard the until the was A basket of flowers was sent by the Pittsburgh Beep Sea com- pany to be tlie wa- ters off the yard by Capt. Ernest in of in memory of tne forty jaHant men lives iii tlie special board cf Inquiry on and Licking Township Will be Heard Probate Court I in j one of foremost resses on the American a comedy and star for d cd In a in Brooklyn from the effects of an ation performed iast had been un- til last She haa a legion of One of the most unusual JH the history of tlie county probate urt was the county j commissioners against Dorothy Cornell j Eleanor Madden and i of the estate of the late Hugh asking the tit condemn anil was shielding himself at ray The federal cabinet will consider case but co will be made concerning a nient oi the hanging until the eve of the and relinquish its market to the mining interests of other less populous states because of the power and tion on the part of the interstate the tion Is c faci thai the coal Industry of Ohio for years has been la 3. state of sioa and and is the verge of trie condition has Drought cial rain to many and and starvation to 1 sands their their so so thai cmrj feis compelled to organize i throughout the the state Sy the use of I the if His tasks varied aad They kept hire busy the aaij ao night the held hlaj for bed was located said hira 2 year and included hfs ana this Chester Cross held the man forj twelve when ne snd drr goods i be bin a temporary one to i himself to a suable to testify at a. second j clerkship v i legal authorities here were I a j then until 1881, when the Old Clt whom it is to certify that my Doris now In jail at is innocent of the murder of A. F swear to bj mj Uod in She had not one to do with the murder or helped in any way and the confession she made in is be no relief In possible of the created coal operators j i MAN DID Y. and mad and tne of en a j Her OSto married Arthur lirr Ml who in tije in their the property th it section ami that jio redress aside as former local who was convicted of for- tby a Jury last 3.IORday oa of signing BH gs Ice was to 20 sn Ohio by C. P picas i W. A. stated offender sentenced be to of Oic pedo where retted six V put down and lie was pumped free of tlie from tiie of tlie they were the end lie drydocK with The probate has full of condemnation i to E. B. the I be in the future Clarence tiie face of state of Ohio consumes as tile Ohio mines as ns of tills total in one Inquest into ds Mrs. Emma and he accepted a position of end Ife had with tiie eier and during his there liad filled ail of the positions on up to tlie For more than 30 years he was of the and in 1321 was named vice president with his daties as After the death of Hon. K. C- president of a months Mr. elevated by in January to the j tion bank had to that of i. Knoedler tiie duties of vice i cut and i On MST 14. Mr. Sharpe to illEo Cassel j Is a of tne home i mother at 332 Join J. Mr. was lifted by hanker a nil aiso and was j He owned real the of which city he had the most sincere Jle ivas also a Zr merce for and advocated progressive of physical and financial aid many times ulien and Southeastern Ohio was also with fraternal he known highest by the are Se had a. of power In the community which he proud to call his a- less through his the full estens of which will ECO be realized until ter the shoes of Bidden las been His niche In. activities will be hard to LAIt SE ESTATE Mrs. Emma Sunday v aft r an one cf prominent vas request in the to be a of this maiden narse Ida erly of la order that a iof the Union estate cf ber i Mr Shares an a Mason S Pt. cled as tae retail 01 He nt member of tne given and -e IS VICTOR IN BATTLE THAT HAS COAL SOLUTION F of Hearts LASTED 2 MRS. L. H. GIBSON PRINCE TO BRIDE capital and an r. became -n Driv 0 13. Indian former is rV -N A 1 1 March the GIRL TM I INfl Mr. 3 of Horses and owned and as n recreation a. Jn IMS found recreation on c1 and ilie him the of He a of the snJ tlie Sharpe courts at i source of Terra that a. cf the holdings were to T-e local ard she Mayor as sotn as j BORAH RECEIVES FROM TO PAY SINCLAIR ds of wrs the court of appeals by defense o the it to stumble uprights In these boulevard have been in since If the city ind to pay for we havo been in TO IS KILLED i IN DRUNKEN 1 O. March ing Is wild to have in this more Frank 211. is Jpil in connection 50. Merre was stabbed pocket during a at the home of to Dosi cd fit In be- the custom of that she may be Sve strictly of the head of the a as to the manner cf ner by a Jewel upon the SPECIAL AT Besides returned come Mr for h's and ocre lias J tbe sic the son S. Borah Is o Harry P. the 000 which tea survived BLAZE IX t-c house when be began shooting Mrs. bearing up bravely Borah e under the of the received orer the of her ird is tse funci by her intimate reached casis to thr was
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