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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1924, Zanesville, Ohio IN MURDER Found Strewn 5 Tracks The Zanesville Ohio Saturday Apr 26 1924 BEFORE GOVERNOR Is Cautioned Engineer Fast Moving Train Uncertain Whether He Hit Human or Animal Victim Electorate in J D L All VLL i i Against Perpetrating Farce Is Beyond Efforts at as Did Wisconsin voters Identification Fail Here's Your Cue on How to C of C Blocks Final Effort Vote at Primary on Tuesday to Cut Evelyn's Husband Presses Suit As She Loses Battle for in Wisconsin where the ers have gone through the of naming their favorite j for election to the presidency of thei States this fall they did aj tho nation got their ballots as Uie put it with a tunny engineer sent his Off again on Again Cone i as the voters of Tuesday will be ballots with which to their preference for so the Wisconsin voters are two ballots some time ago they did was to express ai i preference tor Smith for so the Wisconsin voters i and elected delegates who could i nothing else but vote for his Mr I Voters arc Cautioned Voters of county Undertaking Co found bv the yard crew late to was notified and representatives afternoon s as that company with The Kelly hearse was called as hurried to the scene shortly after the body had been found The body was beyond ion although Ben Kelly said the remains of nothin i that he judged the man The remains were prepared describing the weigh about 1 50 to 150 pounds burial and will be interred jo for thei was brown i u few days effort is and for his Ail other means of Mollification i made to establish the man's Johnson have lost Coroner Grimes Nothing definite had for the guidance of the man had been dead for many learned at an early hour this throughout the state byj f hours and the only oddity about ins Every mark on the clothes campaign manager body that he could see the body had been obliterated Coolidge in Ohio Mr Committee I fuses to Give Up Fight j Old Schedule to Be Maintained The protest the O U He Was Threatened With Death Just Out- side Senate Chamber During Noon Recess of Testimony The trunk of the body of an unidentified man found on Baltimore Ohio railroad tracks about two miles west of Dillons Falls by a gang of section men at o'clock afternoon Only the trunk intact the head arms and legs having been severed under the wheels of a train probably the fast passenger train No from Cincinnati due in Zanesville at a m The engineer of that train upon his arrival here Friday morning reported to the dispatcher that his engine had run over something and he though it might be a man The dispatcher notified the telegraph operator at Dillons Falls early Friday morning it was said last night but the operator was said to have been unable to instruct a section gang until Friday noon Part of Body Found in Zanesville that the little finger on one the train recounts the had been amputated bv a surgeon the man had been ri this bulletin of the body were scattered on the train and Names for It was with fell off or whether he had The ballots which the remains were gathered walking on the right of way con cans will be handed Tuesday Esther One piece of the body ininot bo learned but the story labeled The short one manner lodged on the the on the passenger Republican Dins gears of the train and wasl train disproved the latter theary Preference carried to Zanesville where it he said ho run over a the State street crossing and was a man or anima McSword Sells Nash to Messrs Cokan Owners Will Management chasers Well Known A business deal of considerable I Importance will Ticket It carries the Calvin Coolidge and not whether it W Johnson as candidates president arid the name of Crant Webster ns candidate fori president An X in In front of Mr name is all that is required on this ions ballot is labeled Ticket This ballot is It carries first of ii candidates for to the Republican its train railroad schedule 0 April threats of murder witnesses at the investigation before Governor Donahey nicotine cf the transportation of the of with representatives of vi v in the that the whole thing will end in murder j The of the hearing as the defense started the it at the change will testimony which has been given against the iko and that will hi to the public utilities a or witnesses at tne Mayor C C Curtis and his brother Safety Director E E ie Curtis of Canton on charges of lax law enforcement and brc for decision But if the change does not tuke superintendent of this di- j Mi-re limits File Protests The protests are by merchants in Zanesville who Include the Krult Co wholesale Zanesville publishing To s merchants and the I It said that the notice cranse was not tiled before hand I r the public utilities hat the commission was vith tho matter and made no un it until received a letter from i i it body him to hold up i Ii inge I The change was to iin No leaving Zanesville at j 1 it a it 1 train Xo 21 leaving I 3 p m and arriving in at The reason 101 this change is that there so fmv passengers on this train i it does not pay to operate them I The plan is if the change goes into tc run these trains on n basis the train tho trip oi Thursday and Trains No 25 and ii are the only ones on the division to remain or the old schedule Public Hazard m and arriving at p m off the schedule and E Fernandez social worker for a Canton steel com- pany who yesterday had testified that conditions in the city had improved under the Curtis administration told the governor that his life had been threatened during the noon recess just outside the chamber where the is being conducted by Harry Bouklis also known as Harry the Greek who had testified that he had paid Safety Director E E Curtis as much as per week which he had collected from bootleggers as protection money Fernandez testified that had pushed him and demanded to know why he had not re- turned to Canton and why he was taking so much in- terest in the case What's that to Fernandez said he asked Bouklis not knowing who he was at thc time I don't a damn about you I'm going to get Fernandez said Bouklis replied Fernandez said that he feared Bouklis would kill him L W Kattman of Canton also testified that he hnd heard Harry Turner who had testified that he col- protection money for the safety director from gambling houses and houses of ill repute say in the corridors of the senate chamber today that this whole thing will end in murder You can't double cross an ignorant Greek and get away with it Paid 75 Pet of Police Force for Protection Kattman testified that of Canton testified K and Granger occupy the Mr and se The Messrs ill continue to lent Quarters 119 JMain street bti plans are already taKinsc shape of the The candidates M Dougherty Prank H Willis are wanted to operate trains ton protection money and that Of- rn 1320 he said totalled j ay and If the new schedule fl Gc hnd offered to and in they amounted i o take effect the trains would out of to 1 n but at ti great risk to public if would make an Motions to strike out all the j said that the reason t nM during the Curtis was asked to der had told him that he paid hnd 60 thc protests was that the per cent of the police force of ver the road wanted to operate protection money and that Of- rn 1320 he said totalled Monday id no run ai if Nesbit is going to lose her latest husband Ho gave a the reason that had paid testimony tending to show a for her tho millions Jack present could not be director money for nets of either the mayor or a 1 had the divorce suii next Monday and that tlon director on the ground that such M i mod a -a New York n red to h court calendar from seven miles of track of the O Ma lce members ho by the grand J 10 stricken t his request He chafed In filing f W ft rains the vice as well as the suit She countered with a similar action unfaithfulness rm Meyer attorney for closed a William E T disposed before in S 1 od and Nash Motor agency i again and the Za to gcr will the ment Monday The purchasers known business men who have been actively identified with thei Mash practically the whole of Mr con- duct of it Mr McSword started the motor business in this city live years ago there wasn't slu Nash car In or county and now simply abound ns one's own will attest The business John will not appear on the ballot or in order Under the primary law the names will rotate and the mes Hush Loots Homes in Dresden Families Sleep 11 W said that if the new jury nnd the courts in order that testified of all hud received orders or from any one to pass tions of any sort Many stated that was not accepted it had been offered bribes roua times by bootleggers to may be safeguarded were counsel for the Curtis at tho conclusion of the prosecution mony Thn governor took the ons under advisement He Invader Strews m the be interspersed any of the persons asleep Papers About Escapes inot hi long before the division uld bo defunct A proposal them protection All said ruled fl motion by the j be installed with city are much dismiss the and reinstate ver motors and run under previous Curtis brothers manner papers and offered but was tvery officer Three Canton citizens testified floor leaving without down by who 1 was frlo- at the reason that this could not non in the police department With Only of J G Stump where in it would not stand authorities hunted found missing Friday said that the for the mysterious floor was littered with shewing a loss of from eight into other articles had thirty thousand dollars a month read a report of the road for they tho able of Woman Found Dead In Detroit Hotel May Be Chicago Gun Woman DETROIT Mich April woman believed by police to be Wauda wanted in Chicago in connection slaying yesterday at ins 60 aid caretaker -or of the two Mr mammoth turbine which jaro to generate the power at i electric plant has begun The candidate's in Hue print the I names of his or her and choice for silon h lodged candidates can be thus early Friday and M ragged from drawers their second choice them escaping without Arthur U Garford Vote for sleepers in either of candidates only More to Remember Tho Of LOO Cassady was Next on the long ballot comes t rirst presumably names of 14 candidates for while members of seven pledged to family were upstairs and seven to Mr Johnson an drawers names also are rotated 1 garments strewn about the candidates Nothing of The next home looted was of trestle work on the lines they had made purchases of liquor In Canton since tho suspension of be done is because there are seven between Chief Lengel They said they had the strain road had capable of a f.5.U'J said to Wilma Sinclair door valu Zanesville Man Is Secretary of io Horseshoe rs iree month which the safety director Former Police Prosecutor Russell Mack also cor- there Is friction Mack lieen asked by Mayor Curtis make heir Investigations Frank Jackson said Thursday of he had heard Chief Lengel tell week he purchased liquor In a delegation of ministers that hej number of places and W H had no strinKS tied to him in submitted a long Hat of places 4 ducting the affairs of his where he said he had made Practically the entire police force chases Lee Minesinger submitted ber the road showed a loss of I January 878 and for of Canton has been summoned as a bottle of liquor which he said a loss of witnesses Turner a star witness for Or made the Testimony given prosecution had given him tion that should bej traveling salesman that Canton hut for which he refused to accept carried on and said The was one of the tightest cities In the pay men of Zanesville have not been properly informed of the change and it is through the best interest i hep turbines ever brought arrived here a go on from idv V built about also has d and the arc 1 that the first will have been and for in June nil th second 0110 late in July The entire plant was n in operation in the fall but at present v x'J tJ tew Ilia Brown J D Patterson honie and Marshall neighborhood v choice also can be by the fine morning TOLEDO O April of the community silent invader also entered ns the practice this motion that the Chamber of O JT Lane in the shops on Sunday and Commerce not allow the change and in to The motion was unanimously that I make of learns Are n Following the statewide lists are candidates for delegate and district two of eac be elected from each district AAn I F J Is district arc i Mil's that active electe L E Nicholas J C Hart J i veterinary school at I were- were unanimously Dr Bryon and S session today of the Lamlman convention ates chose Tiffin as Maste state was corroborated today by Additional police officers B Van Berger of Columbus an- fled tonight that they never had other salesman He declared that been obstructed in their duties and 99 out of every 100 travelling always had orders to arrest any men considered Canton the and all All said they has j city in Ohio Stanley Boyd former i been offered bribes many timas by deputy bootleggers Only Two American Marines Killed in Clash in Honduras room at a 1 tele- found dead in here tonight Detroit polica received a cram from Chicago officers snort ly before o o'clock tonight them to look for who might be uoing under thc name Two detectives started on search of t and found woman wno under thc Theodora Glasgow hotel may begin several months j earlier and F M i raise for y M their convention city and also d officers for the next year selected J president East Liverpool candidates are Francis A vice Charles J Murphy Boss of Tammany Is Taken from United States Calls ence to Mediate Between Honduras Factions Escape Death As Autos On National name ol asked the telephone m-j or to ring Hie tci Perkins of tt ul -i that uof o notified ami that the to hospital C Cooke Charles Hubbell and the of tlm recently organized be will include instruction fortune In a span of Jolin in the city requested to anatomy nnd physiology poor man's son under a major and horse's foot and leg ward heeler bar tender saloon Ten horseshoers from keeper office holder financier and Tlie teams are now lined up as1 out to Miss Glasgow and a letter indicated that her cd at Chicago turning tho national U McCulloch convent son and Wai George unc advance towns in Ohio where no locals finally and national adviser to his party He retired last night to be awakened this morning by feverish chills and the pangs of i Characteristically lie insisted at the usual early hour Immediately he became ill and died a few torney fairs of tions in that country A favorable reply also is expected from Costa Rica and delegates will be patched by the four Central i can countries in this new effort to restore order in the distressed April republic The United States will be repre at the conference by time in President sonal representative sent to re duras from Santo Domingo to some way out of the muddle that has existed in that country constitutional government expired hrough failure to elect a president Administration officials here to very hopeful that the co-operation the Central American e of in the mediation plan will in finding a satisfactory i adjustment for the i situation that has arisen in The interests of of the South American countries as well as North Americans are by the continued disorder in Honduras and the lives of all Mrs Vizia Paisley On Visit To Daughter Mrs VUia of J m of I at South at l driver of touring I to thf from the and V i his she is said a si rious ru h Ok an from was a nt of had been visiting of daughter th vas a well i of Concord and was u of the U 1 church place She is survived by four and two Mrs N V -St Clair Mrs of South of and f r of Ethan Paisley or Htld man hospital s n i n t r o for 11 n Q n I nan I fl are in peril It is this hat prompted the state I department to propose the O April plan Donahey today ordered No report has come either to the Centra v C C Crabbe to state or navy department Inalcat- a- Int any attach upon the county of the naval forces now protecting Savings and nationals in Tegucigalpa Examiner Says re- Position as Manager of the Watson Store Ull Mr and pi ss for rnan years in the M was stor cuts Mills has as the C O Watson Clothing and Fifth streets 3 Mr Mills has been i January called to the Mrs A J avenue early morning following tho discovery caretaker that uie home the been entered sometime Sensation in Audit of the Accounts to the special grand jury in- The sheriff is o call According to Riegel of special crand for the -..Ulle ot of the order ins he Main May told of hi of the educational 5 world tour and the on joyed by the Star ir Tlo U- widow ana so far as could be learn y and Harry persons who the of nd John had been from the police of local store ss in Cambridge who Friday completed an -A of tho books of tlie various de- of the city government t publication of his report may j o sensation Mr pive definite information j Tat his report would city officials were equally but it is understood that discrepancy of several lars is alleged to exist In one departments The accuracy of finding it is said n disputed tho official in question
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