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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1930, Zanesville, Ohio WOMAN PALE AND WORRIED STRICKEN ILL AND TRIAL MOMENTARILY HALTED N SIGNAL VOL L No 259 O TUESDAY EVENING MAR THREE CENTS TAFT BORNE TO GRAVE WITH HONORS OF NATIONAL CHIEFTAIN CITY STARTS PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM EARLY TO AID UNEMPLOYED Hoover Leads Nation in Reverent Tribute to Former President aSardi The lore bore for William ard Taft was today Sn a tribute by of the capital a drenching spring rain as of the state were 4 said the departed chieftain those of high and had waited sn the rain Sled through the of the pass the catafalque upon other lay state r and It persons passed by for a look at the msn isas be- gooc loved by so many for hi nature Other thousands lined the streets oi through which the liant cortege moved to sil Souls Unitarian church for the ula funeral ceremony which the for- mer president vl ordered The service at the church ed the burial on a slope in Ar- j lington National cemetery overlooking of the dead statesman en from as the band waiting below played after it hsd been lying state exactly one hour and As soon as the placed a Tha caisson the crucial funeral procession to lead the way to One woman VMS Alice a broken leg in the crush of the crowd in the plaza as the oody brought down the capitol steps She fell irom the side of a water fountain of the plaza was seat to a hospital after being given gency treatment at a Eed Cross tion nearby The funeral procession which moved 73 MINERS ARE SAVED AS SHAFT S FIRED FROM Only Two Lives Lost though One Man Still Missing March my A Christian Soldiers fell upon the large crowd lag in the rain-swept plaza Many of had been unable TO get into TiJO Then the array of ers and marines led by the band moved the plaza and down capitol Mil In their midst the cabson the of the former president The rain beat lr throwing a pall oxer the eral cortege of the large escort were drab rain Flass and colors to their standards A negro was the last to look the the cead statesman at the Ee was as the end of the long line which haa included many s and tors and hiack young and old were mingled in The solemn procession past the falque The casket from jn the rounda at 11.55 e- from the to church was much larger than that which had escorted the body to the capitol hours earlier the funeral ceremonies were in today lences continued to pour into the Taft home from all parts of the They came from the heads many including Hindenberj of Germany and from American diplomatic officials in all parts of the world The crowds along the siresi were augmented at 12.30 p.m when sands of government workers were re- leased to see the procession from the church to Arlington cemetery 120 automobiles carrying President Hoover members of the supreme court and numbers of other officials An escort the army and marine banes with muffled crams the from the home to the In the procession also was a battalion each of infantry alry marines and one company of bluejackets The route of the precession from the Taft home followed for s blocks en Wyoming avenue then into Connecticut avenue where Taft was seen aimcst in recent years taking tis daily waits He knew hundreds in thai by sight and many a child in that was sad today a the loss of the big hearty genial who so often stopped to pat a little heaa The final ride cown Pennsylvania avenue of tse who two highest honors of tne nation but one of the 76 misters trapped sn the wolf Hun mine by fire late yes accounted for rescue crews went down into the British Duke Wed Third Time smoSe today es and determined to ed missing msn Jack r 37 refused to follow the ers and went his own way hunting an exit He believed dead Meanwhile one wall had been across toe mam passage to KocS cath of the ana on the other side of the fire SCO feet a wall had been Only two homes lay deeply un- der the of tempered the general re- Dicing as passerby saw Uie at Uie home of Paul 63 and that ot John 40 The elder man from asthma and his lungs could not fisht off the gas fames died of suffocation AUman 42 was He told of walking Through a mile of fire it seemed Tsco men who risked their lives in rescue miners imprisoned Umd a curtain of in the depths SOON RECOVERS AND IS TAKEN BACK TO HEAR JURY SELECTED Six Jurors Already as Vanish The twice-divorced of VTest of a large section of London here is after Bow Office Loncos wish als -e marriage as he left the Princess Bow former Miss She is Treasurer caughier of RIM ICES mm f 1 f fl W Miles of Sewer Lines and Street Repair to Offer Jobs For Many Is scon to cee of its years of progressive dric enterprise Castle Pa March of Irene Schroeder was halted mis morning when the Kond guns suddenly became ill in the She was TO the where physicians said Mrs Schroeder was suffering frora stomach trouble The trial was to resume she short rest Ireno became suddenly ill few minutes after the court opened today and had to be restored to the county 1C was indicated Tuesday an- that the spring program is to be ed During the year public improvements will provide for more men than at anv time for a number of vears tha service ment has launched Its campaign on a small scale and br the first or April it Is that a full force of workmen will be en- gaged bv the street and water departments In carin for sarv improvements Our street improvement campaign should the public thoroughfares In the best condition In Service Director James McKinney said He is of the opinion thas by con- centration upon the portions of to aid the present he trie lear that tnH cause temporary of buS by of next Sfc the eral to have begun Another project unemplovraent Is the posed sewer to serra the West The If passed wlU for the construction of a main by Bray Joe's ran the of ever to be ac one more In she Cray's ilore 20 or a distance similar to that the greas western sewer laying o? years ago be in the program Soencer received only lor 6 east of road north of Van Horn This session alone contain miles ol g CLUB OF 43 tne effects cf fumes but phy said They would recover of miners called at the home of j sld Horton 42 and Sidney Weals to ask how They felt and clasp hands in gratitude The throns of frantic mothers and ed about the mine fearful of the worst into shouts of joy and cried when loved ones Republic Steel Committee Bethlehem Interest were brought anxious calis and answered Bitter Debate Ends in Re- peal Vote and Sew March 11 El Republican club was ca record today for repeal of the ISth ment After hours of bitter in tactics ing iroon the technical were to members voted -561 to for a resolution gupon in congress to advocate vote for Those on The minority side did si wish to put the on record either wet or cry f More than 200 members the meeting while from bers the country made up the ress of the vote The total vote represented about 45 per cent of the club's approximate Shis of The issue was forced last 19 when 15 members headed by Frederic R Coudert by petition compelled the secretary to can a special meeting to vote on tie proposed by candidate for district at- torney last fall Two votes were before the actual vote on the tion The proponents of repeal won them both The vote taken on a motion to table both the Concert resolution and a substitute resolution by An- drew B- Humphrey which In sence was In a change in the Republican platform proceed the party channels and not through the dab This tion was defeated 479 to Then a vote was taken on the substitute and it was defeated 460 to 345 The debate was filled with charges from the wet that tie tion lacked courage to face a issue while the other side accused followers with disruption of the club for the sake of I Predictions that numerous tioris would result from the o: raade bv of the was lite That of a military There was nothing of the funeral of a citizen about it The family was left bested as house there to bear the sorrow of his passing while his body was given for a few hours to tee state which he served so long and so brilliantly scattering groups here and there the funeral procession as is from avenue and down Connecticut avenue in the neighborhood the big was so well The became Jargar as the procession est parS and toric Pennsylvania avenue of the White House Thousands of government were released from therr offices at to pay to the former As the passed the White House the President and Hooier came out on the front and with bowed watched until it haa passed from ihen Mr Hoover the and shortly afterward leit for the executive offices The cession meanwhile moved with precision past the urv and started down lania avenue for the long march to tlie capitol the the naa sta u- more an hour be- fore the funeral cortege was ed to arrive there At 9 3 m lean were m the rain and more each A large space directly in of the huge had authorities Two rescue parties had gone down into the mine almost immediately a from a broken electric lev ignited dast and turned the into 3 chamber of flarne miners escaped aid through emergency and others were removed bv a crew from the TJ S bureau oi miass at cursh By 8 o'clock last night more than sis hours after The fire rut it was believed extinguished and all but a handful of men The Cleveland llarch of the giant Sheet Tube Company with tne Bethlehem Corporation was believed today As principals in the Youngstown concern were preparing to meet with Eugene V Grace president 01 the Corporation s was ed that opposition to the It the fire and was Mf tour Later is was had broken out g furiously Sn official was by mine today e crews who their way walls ana timbers credit for a major The mine owned by The Warner Col- liers Co ot 23 rolles west of Becomes Active strength I said that ot the OOO snares of stocK in the town concern approval of ers of shares would be necessary to ratify the merger The same reports said shares enough to defeat the posal already been ed in These include the shares of the Cliffs tion and Continental shares Those definitely favorable to merger is was reported include shares with A Campbell chairman of The board of and business were as an organization o the committee on held in court of appeals room county court house A of leaders In various lines of finance trade and manufacture The principal object of the activities will he fusa all possible work building ard that may be in by public and and then to urge El at projects be started as as A canvass of was under way and reports will be made at ot the com- on Wednesday afternoon in chamber of Thomas G Reese of Salem o- of department of m- streets which need most care the en- tire cUv may be covered most He declared ifc difficult to outline the campaign for the season because of the separate localities of tha streets needing at- tension Checks from the state representing the dry's share of gasoline tax and automobile license sale have re- Altogether they total roore all of which muss be used for improvement of streets ready hard surfaced Three streets will he paved this summer It has already been declared by council They are Sers street avenue and West Monroe street Concrete will be used In each Jatt for medical Court was recessed Irene her attorneys advised Hlldebitand ot her condition and the jurist called the sheriffs wife take the soner from the court She was taken down the back stairs from the court room and across the court yard to the son where she has been held since hpr return from Phoenix After half an hour she was re- turned to the court room recovered but still muring with At- torney Powell one of her defense counsel Observers noticed thai Irene was cale nervous when she was today She sas with bowed j to pave Homewood and avenues the espense ot which the city must bear because of the the center Interviews with Tuesday showed L JEN NEI D KERS Contend Rump tion Just a Flash council is on the proposal and fidgeted in her chair attorneys questioned prospective in She winced noticeably as the Are you in favor of The death penalty lor murder in the first was asked over and over again Mrs Jennie Curtis accepted as the fifth member of the Jury after two and a half hours of ex- animation ot 15 prospective rors She the only woman chosen and the first ed today's session Mrs Curtis is a e of Union She is In her late and answered all in a ner thas suited both prosecution and defense Others In the when the after- noon session began Joseph D Keiley worser civil engineer of New J repairman of wood City nor Myers S C Porter contractor of township in the Both sides were rapidly exhausting few ready to declare themselves either in favor or opposing the costly im- on ths business weze for the annual convention cf lie United Workers of America in eaca county of the G Dalton president in Tins group i state with of speeding up un- la it was said that parr j met relieve of the group here favored the of the two concerns while j another group favored the revival luis groups their peremptory challenges each be- Petitions to Improve Warwick nua and East street to avenue are now before council and fcC ordinances permitting the ings are passed these improvements will be added to the already long list to Service Director McKInney no streets have been for the summer although the report to be submitted by Engineer C K Spencer at nest council ing may contain a number of and estimates Brighton boulevard and avenne resurfacing was some time may come up for consideration ly however Men are already at wccS on South street rough spots are being ironed Director ex- the earliest period des John c Is in z last night the 5 eates voted to ratify J action of Lewis and bis associates of the executive in the convention which wat been called in January 1929 J The action construed as a slap at Insurgent Illinois miners now meeting In at for the purpose ot a new national These insurgents content that the failure to hold the J in 3329 caused tie 3 constitution to lapse tewis in his annual report charged that the rebellions miners wore at- tempting to start another which would nullify the the parent in the Steel were defeated last ars nations were At m of 1 summer by Inland Steel stockholders tne acres! frora Inside tie the walls of rotunda were banned wita floral pieces and designs The cons had sen a large design of A red cross of ex- pressed tne sorrow of the American Hea Cross As the request of Mrs Taft eulogies were omitted from the order vices and Ulysses C 3 Pierce caster of All Soul's church poetry Wamor Ooe on of the of ana the Bar The character of the man who though defeated in 1912 when he earned only two states yet lived with such phy as to win the affection of the whole nation conW be no better depicted than in the Warrior The honor of sounding taps over casSet weat to Stiff n Gen A tram of cars loaded with coal was down the towards the mam shaft One of the cari jumped the tract and the others followed bringing down the troHey wire A short circuit and a shower of sparks coal dust The train comprised of five iur miners immediately Xo terms have been set ana i relations Under present everybody is getting together and j tais win Apr and trying to see j The will he open any source three Sre bett and set on Page H RIOTING FOLLOWS STRIKE AND MANY LAND IN PRISON score 22 were imder arrest today after a hoor battle between workers strikers and police in the northeast sect on of last night Stones were dows and a of persons trampled before police finally gained control of the The first at- tacks centered on of eis who had to join in the Kita was to the door of her horoe bv a of men seized her to tear her situation anc te enterprises teat prove o benefit to respective com- The ai to report the last of eacc to tre log When Mrs s seated the defense had challenges and the prosecution had used 10 Hopes of the Jury today appeared doubtful as court opened this af It was that ef ter the recess Irene was more pale and nervous than a any since The trial j tne other thinks i -o then to see iT a is one to recent conferences said As yei has no deSmte on just will be done No has been made to the wn directors as a and of directors have been coaly to govern negotiations looking to he added However In many it was rumored that G Mather rus S Eaton and the holdings of CliSs corporation probably be against the consolidation and j thai be made toward tnat would result inj the company beins acquired by Republic Steel probably j after a consolidation th Inland Steel or some other concern with which Haton is This same rumor was that Mather and the Mather wonld probably be back of James A Campbell chairman of town in the present move to the company with hem Stock of Sheet and Tube which Is listed on the Xew local and general raiment that win at an earlT date were called to tie attention of cr extensions to been ed to the started tas from rage One MARKED MONEY is PAIR yors exchange wss more tive than yesterday After touching a new high for the year at 550 the stock eased cS to 144 lornier secretary to S C for j cf Julian TJOS Angeles March of tre 5100.000 000 Petroleum cor- tie cause of constan coun action dunn foe last three charged that the leaders were willing to sacrifice the structure of oar ana validate all of its con- g tracts ta order to selves in control of a corrupt cal machine He blamed unsatisfactory or TE former Asa Keyes prepared to psn for San Quentin for bribes in bribes in a 000 OOO ery stut in superior Morns newspaper arid Johrson A juror seated jus t3 noon recess was Patterson of Plain Grove I The former waitress is on trial on a first degree minder charge in connection with the fatal snooting of Corporal Brady Paul of the highway patrol on the road last December 27 allegedly fleeing from a store holdup at Butler with her sweetheart Glenn Dague and z second man to have been her brother Tom Crawford Irene watched yesterday out visible emotion the slow process of selecting the jury which is to decide her fate she held whispered conferences with members of her counsel She manifested only passive Interest In the procedure at times sliding down in her chair and resting her head the back of She seat She was neatly dressed in dark attire and her hair was carsfuHy ar- of an cA time ice her return from o espose ce after a gun battle with deputies ventured a faint smile when bit of hamor wes in- into the otherwise dull cess of selection BELIEF IS R Mi Lower limbs Paralyzed Pain Terrific where It was 2 points hi were heie the day Sales 3.300 shares t from her body Sie escaped Bethlehem eased off to La badly bruised and a morses later j 3 after 104 in in the doorway in FATHER HELD OX KIDNAPING CHARGE March ave 40 who says he is for the LaSe County HU state attorney's office Mrs Esther Kargrave and George W berr 45 were arraigned here today oay quiet was Charged with 13 as she school and several over heads cf the crowd j of the men and worsen were arrested by Sisty of were taSen a at the mJI a crowd of stout outside tie ssa The late workers as merit Hoover and the of the t were at the graveside YORK SAD New March the last solemn are held for Taft in were le he array ana navy school children and city paused to pay their last resp said wife was awarded to the president f the child vears Crated States w I nnl schol at Waverly here ot 3 after she divorced hca Mrs bere died in January and the since hss been grandparents at Ttirssberg said he believed he was legally en- titled to the girl's The raore than a million lic paid to Mr Taft and heard his life work described The VorR the ex- chance and other exchanges ed at 12 SO of the local state and federal i courts have been adjourned until jter the ceremony and thirty-day i period cf has been at all national guard armories services have been held at QUARRELING WITH WIFE SHOOTS HER AND THEN BEAUTY SHOW DRAWING NEW YORK AKRON SUSPECT IS HELD FOR ROBBING as he lef the of Crawford of An- a reporter for the r was arrested la when attorney's agen with who wa of on the March rather than the toj araw the crowds to tie Madron Garden stadium here contrast to the poor attendance Akron O March Walker Buder arrest iere in connection with the murder of Patrolman was fied today as the leader of an tno that held tte bank MarcSi S and escaped Police attention is March 11 in three east Tennessee counties where more than a are a malady caused bv drinking Jamaica ginger or shine liquor tamed to the state health department today for aid in diagnosis treatment A girl and two men were the victims whose limbs had been paralyzed and who screamed with pain at attempt to walk The sin arid the two women admitted drinking liquor as have all the men afflicted panic was added to the as neither family rior state health officers conld promise relief The firs was reported Saturday sad a of reports day indicated as least sixty-eight per have been stricken in ton in Carter and eight In there have been no fatalities all remedies have to bring im- provement The ailment starting from congestion Jn the heaa and a sors passes swiftly into phase marked jf miners on ruinous competition with coal and between coal as the cause of the cf certain groups of miners in scattered sections of the country Vew Constitution Springfield ports thas the Federation of Labor was to bridge the between The miners were discussed today 11 bituminous mining states assembled to lay farther ground for a new constitution of America The new constitution was adopted bv the miners here and Alexander militant leader of the Kansas miners was selected permanent chairman of the and file The delegates denounced the con- -3 pass day the legs and held at and offered the new constitution to replace the which contend became In uary 1.1929 when the cil of toe XT of A to hold Its regular OHIO DINNER IS SADDENED AFFAIR TAFT EULOGIZED March sir of sorrow occasioned by the ore of its Howard the 44th dinner of the Ohio Society Xew last The former president and chief tice was honored in a memorial vice for members the had died during the year j paid a tribute by general of ths seid that Mr Taft that he was as a- date for declared tha 20 times ratser be ace of the run if is was DRANK City Otis More than boys WIFE SHOOTS HER March A man here tonight and his were as a re- States be lit o a thai Seers MT ARI V 1 i s AT s the basi robbery centered today at word after police raided a j That Their illness had been here two ot and seized a license plates have been on t Walker's by the bad liquor and sot iot of Michigan i of an epidemic were said city Chemist Clifford reported to t I ft get a tough season this S to he on the a can's ride Governor island from t pie were oa Their few block district Cline according to police was with his wife when suddenly he whipped out a revolver pressed it against her and He then shot Sota died L Tacy lived C Sheer today ta an alterant to complete the identification Toledo also attempt to link Walker with the Malone at the Standard In Toledo who was slain recently while frustrating a holdup The of face on tie aid form judges co of a o to wear exploration parses coming clothes gracefully also of age con- i on the verge of trie entrants overcome The oldest contestant J It 3 28 of Los Angeles here for two a ia Byrd IDENTIFIED Tork March body of a woman who fell in front of a southbound subway yesterday has been as MCv if they rested feme ef patients re- cover sufficiently yesterday to set from sick for short waiss crept along with the aid of or canes and complained of sharp pains In legs and feet Clifford said the attacks ty the drinks not and youths the majority of Stera oU field workers and ers were Friday They had beer a poor mans which had been scid to were ISr ersent Dr of the S cf era of Tie State University Gies CHANGE March II of tie Jones law to te tema definite and a new category of federal crimes to be known as petty Trere ty a hoose today to relieve V COLDER grid somewhat colder pre- ceded by light raia or ries In portion Wednesday fair
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