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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1932, Zanesville, Ohio Prints the News THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Truth VOL LII NO 218 EDITION ZANESVILLE 0 SATURDAY EVENING JAN 9 1932 THREE CENTS Impossible To Meet Political Debts Says Chancellor Bruening Attempt To Make Her Pay Will Be Her Downfall As Well As Disastrous To World Where Two Fliers Died On Desolate Mountain Top Berlin Jan Hemrich Bruening informed the press today that Germany cannot continue to pay 4 In his announcement said also that political debts cannot be met to the coming banne conference he said It is equally that am attempt to uphold the tem of political debt payments lead not only to ter to but to the Bruening s blunt press statement DAWES TO RESIGN AMBASSADOR POST PRESIDENCY TALK Washington Jan 9 The first pos of major opposition to the confirmed addressed DEMOCRATS TO HEAR PROPOSAL OF REFERENDUM ON PROHIBITION Raskob Denies Any Clique to Work Against Roosevelt Washington Jan c committee alter 1 ing Iron Its chal man a denial that in political ons were be ng at the presidential candl- V Gen Franklin D Roosevelt today to consider a Here is the grim solution to the mister oub disappearance of women aviators of uou proposal at the s rational St Louis and Mrs Debbie Stanford of Indianapolis Pi route ct Loins to 1 ork their mono Ij bj the chancellor durinc the encountered fog of Pa and era hed on a desolate mountain top with the result davs to several foreign tiere Wreckage covered the bodies tnc broken in two The plants tail ib visible at A ground party of arc shown on the scene if cr they had been directed to the mountain by reports renom nation of President Hoover de- around the spectacular of Charles G Dawes of Illinois Under circumstances which tled Washington and loosed a flood of conjecture announced last night he resign as ambassador to Great Britain as soo i as his In work as chairman of the to the disarm conference ib completed Political possibilities were instant ly seen In this sudden d coming at the opening of thp season The upon whether Dawes will permit his friends to him as a candidate Influential Illinois Republicans are confident ho could have the state delegation at a favorite sou candl date He lias a large following in Ohio Iowa and other states where Hoover sentiment is at a low ebb However Dawes told the United Press this he would not his name to be entered In the Illinois primary Circumstances attending his resig nation announcement caused many Republicans to this figure with tne pipe had open ed the OHIO DELEGATION ATTEND WITH LEDGE T 0 WHITE Columbus O Jan Q All of Ohio 5 presidential and cratic arc In with the plan to have the stitea delegation to the Democratic national conven tlon pledged to Governor wh te In order to assure within the part ranLs Henry G Brunner man of the state ve committee asserted in a statement issued here Our provides for a dele gatlon pledged to Governor free to switch to ot ler Ohio an w ho might develop greater strength in the convention he explained It also provides that thp delegation maj throw Its support to anv from another If It should become thit no Ohioan could be nominated said that all Oh mentioned as candidates proved of this plan Including D Baker former Governor Cox Son Robert J Bulkier and former Senator Atlee Pomerene All of them igrec Is the first requisite In the fight are to to continue good ment in Ohio and contribute to the victory that awaits our party in the sa d j dors But Bruening went further ing Under given conditions the Ger man has no lor what attitude it shall adopt At many the can conference Ger describe the actual situation to ether ing to taxe this tion Into account and refrain from seeking compromise solutions wh ch In rca a basis no longer exists ashington Jan 9 of were not surprised to dav tint had B claim of Inability to tions payments announce merit his bv treasure for almost a it v as ad mil td at the PUFFS CIGARETTE WITH UNCONCERN ON WAY TO DEATH Columbu O Jan 8 Ian 17 wis electrocuted in OMo night for the ru der of Forrest L Good Akron June 22 1011 the dpath chim a He did not Meak before the current was turned OL at 7 32 p ni He was pronounced dead at 7 35 Warden P E Thomas who off ed said he had learned ran gu es deported from the of Washington as an able alien but later came back into the United accepted the offices of the Greek Orthodox church admin b of Columbus He made no special request for a last meal and ate of the chicken dinner prepared for him FREEDOM OF PRESS fl A TIVE DEAD THREE AMERICANS ACCUSED BATTLE RAGES IN KENTUCKY COURTS Frankfort Jan B il de termination of the Tei n I News Sentinel case Circuit Judge Henry H upon Its o be sought today counsel for the paper In a motion toj the j court of appeal j Judge Pres tt lias bar ed all re porters of bis court at Mi Ste lini XV of unretracted editorial ol the newspaper Ije court of appeals Friday over- ruled the s motion for temporary writ of prohibition against tl e exclusion order rhe ac Ion s not prejudicial to the newspapers major contention In the case William II of Kj counsel for the News Sentinel said To f his motion to the -o lole issue to the determination of the court next The of held in its dc overruling the motion or a temporary writ that the si ow Ing so far made does not fj the issuance of a temporary writ ton D Biker of Cleveland counsel for the newspaper and Alien Prewitt son of Judge Prewitt jo ned in oral argument before the court Thursday at a plenary se sion MOVE EQUIPMENT OF POSTOFFICE TO NEW QUARTERS Is moving dav for local j postal authorities and arc wm bt ar before Judge J M Social in Said to Kidnaped Attacker and Murdered Him tied toward Koko Head a water ser into which his body was to be thrown thus hiding forever evl dci ce of the killing wer fearful ol an ng To clamp down anv gen outbreak H h Sheriff John C Lanp a prominent n i I urn to Parp Two Honolulu r H Jan bv fire and then police up evidence today against a prominent lif nav il ant son In law ard an enlisted man all charged with m a Ha accused m an on the lieutenants bride And as tie accused were hurried aboard a- anchored in for safekeeping officials took The utmost is to prevent a violent o smoldering passions of mixed on this ro c isl md where east meets 1 ivc been fanned to beat try dis I cover of crime the latest lu a lone series The National Guard Aas mobilized before the prisoners were tal en aboard the UES Alton receiv mg cos 1116 Preparedness dav bomb shio the fleet The accused are Granville Hold id me e of inventor of telephone and of Major CHARGE EVIDENCE IN MOONEY TRIAL IS GROSS PERJURY Jan 9 Francis is a resident of New author ide to President explorer and who was for in the h war and World war Hedges e who m Th ilia in He is i m mbcr of a uc lit Winchester Kj Private E J Lord Mass Another private L Jonts Ne v Bedford Mass is held for ing Mrs Massie aud Lord DAVIS QUITS AND ROOSEVELT TAKES PHILIPPINE POST Washington Jan 9 Dwight Davis resigned today as governor general of the Philippine Islands and less than an hour liter President Col Theodore Roosevelt now governor of Porto Rico to ceed The president In making public his appointment of Roosevelt lauded his work in Porto where he said had the af fairs of thp inland with marked ah 1 STORE BURNS AFTER BLAST itv success The president Bald Go Roosevelt who will be appointed to succeed Governor eral Davis in the Philippines has JUbt completed a of as gov o Porto Rico where he has administered the affairs of the Island with marked and success His Porto Rico fits him Jan fire an explosion followed destroyed the Charles K Gross dc store in tho road here j The was centered on several hugh tanks of oJ in the basement oil that firemen it of tlir said the for use as furnace f bcl CTV tlie fJon resulted from PAS loss HAS at SoO OOO experience in specially to 1 i the appointment will take him which thc o Go General Davis lunation thc president said Governor General Davis accepted to the Philippine His is based upon per comU and reasons the force of must I feel receive every consideration in view of the sacrifices which he has made in consenting to In fie Philippine Wands much transferring all business and equipment to temporary ers in the building South street s moving vans started ai 6 o clock t us morning in ring of could be dispensed with during the morning hours At 1 o clock after noon the doors were lock ed and the temporary were opened simultaneously without interruption of business Beginning posting or vine and par eels at the ce or in lock boxes should call at the new location to Postmaster bur c Ledman Tlie moving will he continued Sat u dav night and all Sunday f-o thit the necessary equipment for business will be In Monday Postmaster also to dav that he Is awaiting word Washington D C to tile awarding of thc contract for tne construction of the new addition to the present bu on South Filth on of murder The v ctlm of murder the three Americans was Joe M It is chargea one of accused In an attack on M Miss e hid been kidnaped til en to the Massie home there The low bid was submitted render and Millar O fi-ld to his new at 750 expects that thc Sardusky firm be awarded he job were n adjoin ng of Miss Ann Papp 21 rescued small children bv out a with her and carrying to fled from the home in I with thc greatest administration of thc of the Philippine Islands has i-d R Citing fcr the distinguished he rendered as secretary of Despite his denials that he has no political KILLED SON 2 YEARS AGO Booster o Jar house had confessed to Sheriff John Stevens at that two ago at he killed his two- David with NO was aroused at that time The child had w or led tod his wife about tbc killing but failed to gev The have three other children admitted he was Intoxicated when WKS com milled charge has been preferred against Mm CHARGES POLICE WOULD NOT HELP LIQUOR CLEAN-UP us O colice fal ed to Ben J I special of ledo his of had left the a ci y clean on alleged which rivalled In total ing thousands of dollars ind the ar of more a sco e of viola during the Cessation of acti ties Is temporary re to Liccardi who promised an His decision to followed a demonstration v crowd o per sons in front of tne court house night v hen he was booed he exploded m the form of hi herto suppressed repo t to Wickersham co In thit re port con of the alleged ers was denounced as a process of concealed evidence and fla ation of a Thomas J and K are the convicts Mavor James J Walker of New York re made a spectacular trio m their They to have found more friends in the i has received the report the refuted to re celve It was prepared by fee Jr Carls fatern and Walter H Pollak On motion of Newton D Ba- ker the commiss on resolved t iat consideration of it would be bevond its pro ince As as last Mo iday Jan 4 Chairman George W Wider sliam o tiie now expired commiss on wrote General Mitchell publication of thc report would not be in the public With the renort to the se late came a letter from Judge Grit who tried Mooney Thc judge urged a pardon and denounced the witnesses who swore and into cell It is now conceded bv all Griffin wrote Judge W S Kenyor a mem Jin local ter of the commission thit three Turn to I 1 w o co John J Raskob repudiat ed reports of a Smith clique ici said he believed al lould be soned by full and public discussion He also denied made anj attempts to Influence he sc of anj city for the national con and said it should go to the c offering the in elect that any Teo political operations are going on behind the Democratic scenes HP If he had dn business to take ip e the committee he would take It up In open session There have beea a lot of stories Operates on Self GERMANY CANNOT CONTINUE TO PAY HER WAR REPARATIONS JAPAN CONTENDS POLICY IN MANCHURIA NO INFRINGEMENT ON CHINA U S AWAITING FORMAL REPLY TO NOTE SENT FROM STIMSON Dr Evin O Kane 70 shies at cameramen but he things of major opera on Fe was the first surgeon to perform an appendicitis operation on himself ind just he is recovering from a delicate open tlon on hernia which he insisted upon performing with h s own hands tl at I am trying cl quo for control t onal committee to build uo a within the na Raskob said I I had a altercation Philip t oceanic so that C U hed to tlie II of com inon picas into thr to qn ct the TRACY ANNOUNCES FOR FOURTH TERM O- Jin in the capital that Davis A V 1C T T Tracy I popularly had announced his lw o- thr to Londin LIQUOR the for those be fourth term us auditor He Is for the London the In She F re the chairman cf thc United Steles tariff Tracy iras in aid Jn in Shr WANDERS INTO PATH OF TRAIN O Jar ear Mrs Jon i N 72 of Rav air commander IMPORTATION OF EMBASSY LIQUOR CONTRARY TO LAW Ann Mich Jan Q per mitt ng and authorising the in ro- o eating liquors into the bj foreign diplo- for their own personal uce thc executive departments of the gov have not only In excess of thc requirements of International law but have become in a practice contraT to the laws of the United States according to Professor Lawrence Preuss ber of the 01 privileges and a ber of the of M Prof Preuss has an extensive of thc on and n a special paper p Jcr the Michigan Law Re lew stated that o diplomatic b ird can be legs p-c vented and the liquors although not subject to seizure can be CUE toms Such are not legally pos under the laws but thit all problems will best be solved If there ii full discussion Some of these rumors have set up tho man a Smith clique la opposed to velt for thc presidency There Is not a member of th s committee who does not know th it T hi e done to defeat or deter in any wav those who very are proposing Roosevelt for the nomination Thi reison that T tills up Is that the papers arc continuing to stories that are apt to plant seeds of doubt and suspicion in jour n nds when vou go back home It continued they are bound to result m i in tne that will convention time and lead to defeat rather than remarks were applauded Major of Atlantic City opened bis appeal for the convention with an offer of TMs was under tood at the time to be the largest offer would be made Forces of Gov D were aggressive went Into the going to Cn cago which be a hostile favored Kansas City San Francisco also sought the con- vention but was by the remote location Roosevelt forces also exerted their hand In for thc election of Robert Jackson New Hampshire na tional to out the unr p red term of the lite Charles Greathouse cf Indiana as of the committee Differences over apportionment of to the convention also were in evidence factional rivalry behind the candidate Is keen crats seeing the coveted pr ze ling mere than at any time since 1916 jre mai n efforts to subdue their temperament into Theh hopes were given new momentum by the oratory at tne Jackson dav dinner last night The was challenged by its idol L Sm th to drop lines in dealing with the depression in a wartime patriotic sprit and to support a federal bond Issue for unemployment rel cf Cheered as or old Smith spurred the Democratic forces in a taunting unsparing against President Hoover his foe of 1928 But he struck a new grave note when he turned to the depression which he said is worling a greater in the American home than did the recent war He assailed prohibition as a costly hopeless effort and declared that bv tax ng liquor the country could gather in SI OOO GOO 000 billion a In revenue But he spoke mostly of the sion arid made It plain that he re- cards this as the dominating tion before the country and his party I believe this Is the time we should forget party lines entirely Smith said j John W Dav s candl- lie in 1924 declared the country j Turn Tn Tuo COSHOCTON FARM ROMANCE ENDS AS FARMER IS SHOT O Jan 9 A farm home romance in kill ing of john Dunfec 30 Rose and 20 who had been living wl h him Tho g rl she killed with a when he came home intoxicated at midnight rnd t Treat ened to beat her The occurred at farm hone at a small settle ruent five miles of Cosh Miss Wiland had lived at s home for two She kept house for He worked as a farmer and laborer shooting the ran to tne home of a Mrs Cur and cried hm I want to call po t s Porter I ve killed lice T R went o the scene Dunfee had been Tn th bv the shotgun The girl was brought to in semi conditio i LANCASTER PROBE OF BONIFANT DEATH CONTINUES Police at Lancaster con- their investigation into the death of Manuel J old Crooksville carpenter who was found dead then Thursday morning Coroner W H Eck In a preliminary verdict now on file called death the result of a broken but has in- omitted the cause Inclined to believe that body had fen carried to tne spot the coroner said Saturday that he will not render a verdict of accidental death or until more facts have been secured Chief of Police Henry Wallace Sold th s morning that his department is the case carefully Meanwhile the body IF at the home of the parents Mr Mrs Marlon at lie of tne are Inclined Co his death was accidental point to the fact that 817 was found in a of his Reports that the mans death had been pronounced the of a fall were vigorously day at the office of Coroner Eck Bonifant had been employed In con- London Jaji 9 dispatch from Hal bin Manchuria today to the Ex- Telegraph Co said that troops were advancing toward and had bombed a town a hundred miles from the city Thp Japanese were reportedly ad- from The dispatch said al airplane dropped two bomba on the town of Harbin is a key on the Soviet controlled Chinese Fastern railway There is an important foreign lation there Rioting occurred In Harbin between Chinese and sians earlier this week Washington Jan Of State Stimson having spoken ly to Japan about American in the Orient today anxiously ed a reply Japanese official Indicated It would be conciliatory It will be delivered by sador liere Invocation of the rights of American citizens the Kellogg treaty and the nine pact contained in DotU Japan and China hut the former Is primarily concerned Olf here understood the of Nations commission of Inquiry Into conditions In Manchuria swing into action soon It Is to re- view and report on the conditions arising from Japan s victorious march through southern Manchuria and the resultant breakdown of In the three eastern inces It s expected MaJ Gen Frank Cov who supervised the 1928 elections in Nicaragua will be Jhe American member the at tne company for about one week Glass MODEL YOUTH ADMITS MURDER Pa Jan oid boy will be tried on charges of his employer a Bucks farmer who never had spoken a cross word to him Elmer v ismer the grade school pupil confessed to ties that he shot and killed Elmer D Bartholomew 28 on the latter s farm rear here because I wanted his car to drive to my mother who was sick at District Attorney Arthur M East burn said the will be tried on a first degree charge at St Paul Minn rca k lied by an on of the executive c ROT the iro- mari b 6c c: railroad alter a made at ie or her who now froin of the house STOLEN IS FOUND BURIED WEATHER of the Great precipitation TW Jan Eira Campbell shot during what po cc Mid was a liquor in Soutli SJd from her 75 i an in town a load of was CROWDED TO DOORS the CHILDREN SAVED BY ELDER BROTHERS A man held Tor qw 1 pert in IT in np ax rn r 61 of hr the r two Use TTr o flirt her a Charleston V Vi Ian had Had t was of control had wandered o he bT A c o in a dare according to at he Do more the Built now has a tion of this number the wails thr in Even tbe crlls srv are TSJ fO aid 150 nm s to lo ROMANCE ENDS IN JAIL CELL Jan r romance ered Miss nc 73 ICT O- and her fiance Cirlos Darr 26 in Jail here In connection with the holdup cf a store here only Is accused of banditry thc woman having teen due Mukden Manchuria Jan B en route to Tokio to become foreign minister in cabinet of Premier declined to on American Secretary note to Japan the Manchurian situation conferred with Gen geru Honjo commander of the Japanese forces in Manchuria and later announced he will leave fcr Totio London Jan 9 announced that it would stand by the open door in Manchuria and it therefore was unnecessary to send a note to Japan on the Par Eastern situation At tne same time it was announced the British minister has informed tbe Chinese government that Great Britain does next recognize any un- treaty denouncing Chinas ex- This was taken to indicate Great Britain s of her 1931 attitude d an BIG BUILDING BOOM FORESEEN New lork Jan construe tJon in the United States in tbe quarter of this will ex- coed with under- war on jobs of more than mil Thr F W Dodge Corp a building reported after of were for work He SiW b- Dodre for thr tnat j-p money to take at wort and were njs fiancee back lo Marion night In a Co Truman S Morgan president of Uie Dodce named marv the largest of th 75 v Contracts to have breo that to the fact she with him in the same building as the store was to detectives the holdup of tbe Manchuria Jan 9 nese leaders pledged to a ese administration were placed in nominal control of and province j Tsang chairman of the province appointed Ku governor of the district now in the hanos of Japanese troops and a new police chief named in city to organize peace campaign last Chinese stronghold north of the Great Wall fcU before an advance of troops under Gen last weei placing Japanese in complete control of all Manchuria CUMMINGS PLEDGES SELF TO ROOSEVELT Washinston Jan 9 known has to bmt In a in North Umc and INSTRUMENT SHOWS EARTHQUAKE SHOCK WOUNDED BANDIT BLED TO DEATH Toledo O Jv A bj IP b 16 st S T There m u t shl 1 rh il Rra ij con it Is Uie dsj A the It or bort i the T ta Oik Ibe ch or iht n firm an Ml older f REPARATIONS MEETS IN JANUARY CULBERTSON WINS AND THATS THAT Jan of GOT D of Jt for the for ers n coast or from II t Y for Jan the i Cun I by SHIP ND r tt The M a-1 resume the wile as the Cal- p it the ena if the of The arid Tl night wrrc even ago given came tbe Be has his here AMERICANS MOVE HOLD BODIES OF YOUNG BROTHERS n Chrna to A o hr t 19 nc th at to Ai ft cf j B- i The in 30 Ihr Cff cf occupied t- the declined lo i r T r or rial hrr fit OVa of Hum fnC of Jnn B The s Vi that T Jv WARMER SUNDAY and r r Is Being Prepared and May be Returned Later Today Tokio Jan s reply to the States Manchurian note will that Japan has no Intention of on Chinas sovereignty it was learned The open door policy In China does not the and pact Japan will hold and Insist that China strictly observe and acknowledge all ies reply will further state that Japanese operations In tho area axe nothing more than a move to drive out of disbanded Chinese soldiers Tlie government reserved this right the note will under a resolution adopted by the league council on December 10 last In settlement of the dent it IB understood Japan will stand by its originally announced policy of undertaking no measures may contravene the pact that it docs not seek a agreement or treaty with China re- garding the new situation and that Japan wants only discontinuance of an organized anti- movement In China and strict observance ol existing treaties between tbe two countries J r i
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