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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1925, Zanesville, Ohio Saturday Jan 10 1925 4 BILLIES BOTTOM IN VICINITY IS PROPOSED SITE FOR If SEAT OF t Expected That This Plant Will Rival Beech Bottom One and Will Cost Approximately Two Million of Another Company in Pomeroy Shows Scope of in- dustry Which Is Covering Ohio U Eighty-Five Witnesses Examined and 19 in- ia Hanging Is Halted Story of An Attempt to Made Session Which ative Is Lasted Just a Cases Were g Counsel For Murderers T nig the entire state and con- from two widely demn Judgment Day at Hand She Says Bellaire where it is said that the Ohio Power company is planning to erect another large power plant From the news dispatches ft would appear that the plant contemplated for the BelTaire vSty will not be as large as the Philo Sl on but still will be a substantial source of electricity and will cost approximately 000 000 It oh the Thompson farm of 180 acres at torn It is claimed that the plant will rival court 3 1925 ivere respited by order as they were on the th old the steps to the gallows here The two Taylor county boys at least a momentary lease Sn life when Judge W H the Griffin superior court sued a temporary in the case This injunction on which a hearing is set for Jan heeds a petition Homer land counsel for the setting forth that made for the execution here did not insure privacy and thus are in conflict with the state The convicted prisoners were Late President Once ed by Jurors Pomerov Here the Pomery Middleport Electric Co by the Ohio Power compan giving tins organization a practical monopoly in Meigs county The company is constructing a tower line through the county via Rutland and crossing the Ohio river at Hobson With the sale of the Pomeroy Middleport com- pany comes the promise that rates will be reduced to case ana Governor i declined to mute the sentence from death life imprisonment The gallows in the jail yard here around which centers the claim lack of privacy is ro u lira lack of privacy is a board fence 16 to ee f eroy consumers T A The Ohio Power company is now serving practically 90 high m the petition to Juo the state of Ohio It is side might witness by advantage of positions on housetops or elsewhere as there is no covering It was also sets the state of Ohio It extending the scope of its activities soon plant at Philp is completed it will be in position to furnish a still greater supply of power to an increased radius It can be said of the Ohio Power company is not entering so that certain cracks are in much into the retail end of the business as into the the fencing sale branch The company is furnishing cheaper power though it is becoming a virtual monopoly in many places Unexpected Opposition To Stone For Supreme Bench Based on Record power in Lawsuit in Which Stone Was Attorney WASHINGTON Jan opposition to the tion of Attorney General Stone to be an associate justice of the United States supreme court arose today with a result that a senate ciary deferred tion pending examination of court records laid before it by James W Ownbey of Boulder Colo These records deal with a suit brought against Ownbey by the Crippled Taxi Driver Names The Murderer of Columbus Woman ered Forbes for Governor of Alaska The conditions pertaining to the erection of the da hospital addition and the administration of the John t t T H fleet A M MacDonald president the building Company ot Seattle that Francis K a Spokane insurance broker and ternal cousin of the former dent had participation in a syndicate formed late in 3 for the purpose buying or vaging the wooden fleet some vessels then ing idle in the James river He denied however that there been any talk of a bribe to offered Pope for his influence the chief executive or that me bers tho syndicate ever had ed oC any special payment to Vopo i beyond his regular share in ever profits might accrue to the syndicate Pope followed MacDonald to stand the seemed to consist mostly of hearsay evidence of which the i jury refused to take cognizance In a total of 42 cases submitted to the grand jury indictments were returned in 19 while 23 were entirely ignored Eighty-five witnesses were examined during the session which opened last Monday The new cuting attorney Clarence Crossland who took office on the opening day of the session handled all the cases for the state in an able and efficient manner The grand jury recommended that the north and south stairs ing to the jail be repaired at once and also advised that a new jail be constructed making it possible for a able system of sanitation and ventilation to be of Indictments Secret The majority of the indictments owner Albert Morgan alias i returned were secret and the of- stealing a motor vehicle w it Ham burglary and larceny tices of the sheriff and the clerk Hugh petty larceny Wall of courts were kept busy until a ter Spickler alias Moran operating Pope Identified the si President Harding on Forbes dated April letter 1021 ot the estate of the laet J Pierpont Morgan for whom Mr Stone appeared as counsel before supreme court Ownbey lost action which came up from the state courts was part owner and for tile Wooten Land and Fuel company engaged In coal mining and other activities in Colorado and Mexico and cording to the court records the executors of the Morgan estate J P Morgan William P Hamilton Herbert L brought action in the federal court in rado in 1915 for a receiver and an accounting on the basis a claim that Ownbey owed the tate which had been by J Pierpont Morgan The receiver was appointed and which upheld the court The case then was the United States court in which a divided opinion held that the Delaware re- quiring the special bond was in conflict with the constitution Associate Justice Pitney ed the opinion for the 1920 and Chief Justice Whits Associate Justice Clarke dissented Ownbey was heard by the sub- committee behind closed doors Im- mediately afterwards Chairman Sterling begun a study of the ord presented but he said he did not think the sub-committee could report the nomination to the en- tire committee at the regular Monday as had been O Jan love of a son for his mother most militant advocate of equal the women's is a lesser one now P I The reason is that the end of the world is near she says tohe has come to New York from her home lit England to conduct a revival points of the latter's testimony that he had talked overrate hour last night preparing and a motor vehicle without the con- with president Harding the warrants for arrest sent of the owner and William ter of his participation before The following were lodged in McCann alias McCain stealing an afternoon and evening automobile McDonald they wefa of other Fred Ryan shooting yet to be served following the with intent to wound James M which cannot be made public offenders are taken into custody t jury was dismissed at ot In without the consent of tho o'clock yesterday afternoon prosecution objection tho court forbade the text going dence but it was incorporated into the trial record After alluding to tention between conflicting ments in Alaska tho letter I want to appoint u fine i embezzlement William which the chief executive larceny Ernest to consider tor the operating a motor Starting Sun d today in the of the murder of Mrs who v as she and proclaim the Judgment Day standing man who can go there and bring about a restoration The concluding paragraph in some suitable way i to bring you into the government land I know you want me to work I it out to the best advantage sible Forbes was appointed I Is welcome news both to employes the mill and to the city for the plant lias one of payrolls Jn fhe city when It is operating further stated Friday that Broken Weeks Ago ed and Announcement was made as the engine is at the plant would re- smoothly tKe other three mills will a llA the program ownbey alleged while a master in his that was taking in response to a question that is the man who shot her Mitchell's accusation of mer was the result of an appeal to the crippled taxi driver's ter self J mony for the receiver the tors brought an action in the state courts of Delaware A special bond of 5200.000 was required of him under statute and when he was unable to it the superior refused to permit him to de- tend the action and forthwith en- tired judgment for against him Ownbey alleged ly his stock which he been seized was worth but that its value had been de- by the receivership and tViat since this constituted his en- tire fortune he was unable to ob- tain the bond required by the court although he nought tn get it in Washington New York Chicago Denver and Boulder After judgment was entered an appeal was taken to the Delaware Must Have Facts To Warrant Booze Party Probe At Youngstown COLUMBUS O Jan reports made to Governor Donahey that confiscated liquor was ed from the Youngstown city hall and used for a party at which persons alleged to have been state officials participated can be substantiated by conclusive evidence tht chief executive will make no investigation the case it was intimated at the executive office this evening The governor told those making the complaint it was said that he would conduct an investigation if evidence j started an oxte ranted Said to Total Almost One Million AKRON O Jan M Richardson alias R Robert Scott to 000 United States he was guilty of Dow here today on charges I ot robbing two banks Richardson i fin's to shield some bond y r he was of the Do ants you to tell the truth so you Akron police Hu had been traced i i e I 1 1 i ri t Police found nearly in cu rency a 45 calibre revolver when they made the arrest Richardson hns been living here with his wife and daughter Deposed President Of Discount Company i Arrested Three j Couple Overcome Monoxide Gas In Newark Home Revive operations on six of the old risk mills Sunday at midnight mills which working will continue in tion so that the plant will bo op- ten mills The old mills were thrown out oj commission several weeks ago when the bed plate oil the engine operating the mill broke The engine was dismantled and a thorough examination made while new castings were being made The new part this city about two weeks ago and the engine was be operated NEWARK O Jan immediately For er's anxiety over her son's tnu tho engine has been to return horns at tho usual lo guln some de- ee can be released to come homo tOj here from Illinois her Now when you decide According lo federal vou know send for Richardson confessed h W U 11 IT f Police Chief French told last night Early today Mitchell said he was ready to tell officers was member of a ot last May to rob banks in the m and loot mail CLEVELAND ree Urn was the experience Jusiah Worth both 20 and In t o parlor or the the lives of erec f smoothness before it and Miss called upon to run the mills It is understood that the local Miss plant a large number of orders O Jan here last talking about rested three times In fight home they planning when months to come With the i It moan they were overcome by President of the j gas from an open stove and fell f t be k f ob Company who here today to face Failing to come home Extensive Search Started In Hopes Of Finding Mr Eppley He is alleged to have admitted taking part in robberies of the First National bank at Okla Dec 30 ind a bank at Freeburg 111 o also is said lo have admitted being a member of returned by the at tho hour Hutchinson's these and special county but nine men will be given work on he mills also HO that each crew will The are good that this the condition for many months Portions Of Human Body Discovered in f Burned Straw Stack Jan the finding of a skull and what is believed to be the torso human form in a burned stack on the Bogart farm near lumbus Grove authorities believe that a possible murder has uncovered The stack was set on fire night by incendiaries to authorities while Bogart family was away from home Investigating thp ruins of the stack Bogart found is thought to be torso of grand juries er called Mrs Worth by telephone turn He was released In When the mother 510.0110 bail on each occasion she found her cum shier anil I bel n was arrested for a third j apparently dead time Lite today on a federal They were revived rant charging him and Miss later but both were still m the gang that robbed a his private secretary condition tonight and Ohio car at Salem III conspiracy to defraud which he said they missed a united States District -15 Wyo Jan On City and Reports of the alleged party oj of the that claimed had were conveyed to Governor hey it was stated at tho executive office by former State Senator H P McCoy and Ross Raymond human body Tracks in the snow disclosed that some one had come to the slack and then went away by an- other route There was no sign blood in the snow around the stack Deputies sheriffs are making a thorough examination ot the ground on which the btack stood and until this is no of- action will be taken by Uie coroner or prosecuting was announced farmer who was reported toj police to have been missing both of They were asked to supply conclusive dence as reports which they were Mr McCoy in Younga denied that he ha plaint to Governor Raymond driving Coshocton Solon Is To Check Graft In The Ohio Legislature leased on bond to the Searched For Liquor charging him with misuse of mails to defraud Following release on ball he appeared the The home of K Kieswell n O Jan j mcnt for the establishment of a company today waa community Chest has been Feb after A J Newman ed here by the club i the company's auditor had com- President C B Forward was aUr his testimony and submitted to name a to I to examination by the fund plan in other cities affected At the cities the company Use of Magic Ring Taught In School for Ballot Fixers city was described as a inan of al 45 years ot ago nve feet six inches m height N YOUK Jan Kis which when properly manipulated is wild by its inventor to have elected r congressional or was shown and explained to a Xew York grand jury today Its youthful owner that the band lift only brought about the election of Republican to congress and defeated hiH opponent Wm I but that one t wan the price which went with every diploma by to graduates his school for ballot fixers The he a clev of lend any with tion could umler tbc very of poll watchers without fear if Ills alumni in Korski n v ho pre- sented to Attorney a sworn that he had market and mutilated ballots in last No- vember's election in which 1 was a clerk although an employee of the Perlman campaign forces related bin story to newspapermen in 1.1 grand juror's Although only C years old Rosken said he had been con- ducting his school for and that it has netted him fees from pupils and of- fice seekers between and His pupils for whom he said he obtained positions as talley clerks paid him a fee of which later was returned when Rosken obtained from each of Mates In whose behalf his charges had labored can elect any candidate who engages mo he assured lie wy paper Parly made no fo him be that he ma I eil bin ill the one him and dealers in throughout county andl anybody knowing anything should notify tho cal police department i I During the past weeks Mr O JAN visit services were held today for o are allowed Lee G8 for years a money Mr Miller said He said he physician here and in the intended to stop such practices Hocking Valley lea upp the McCann having many in la go now In Hovel As J pi Woman Guards otre s S Justice Holmes May Brokerage Partner rt r n I Quit Supreme Bench I MEW YORK Jan Tavlor went to Jan other vacancy soon on bench j of the supreme was today in but old Husband And Wife j Killed At Crossing O Jan Mr and Mrs John K of this were killed Instantly struck by a fast New train The couple was returning when I to farm near here in a truck the accident happened ios of th H -e L BOOSTED U Jan 9 lic Miller SI Jan boken found money jewelry and bonds valued at more than 100 000 last night iu the dilapidated at Madison street ken Mary Zunino fought policemen early in tin day when they tried to tho body of her father John B Zunino years old who had died a few hours be- fore Despite wealth and his daughter lived in the most abject poverty occupying quartern the Hoboken health wore Hie insanitary they lad ever ivo eon anil a lamp th clean cither their clothes or their house The police had not ed to find anything valuable but In one of the rooms a de- kicked over a can and i shower of gold coins full out amounting to Hidden under floor boards not far away they found valuable elry and In various receptacles were deeds for three Hoboken tenements three bankbooks on New York City hanks Liberty bonds and other ill day night and father St Francis church no- th police of his death i They hart to smash two doors and the 1 remove tbe man's body as taken fu county jail for a examination Lf to I i Although Justice Holmes has disclosed his some of friends say lie will leave the I in time for hia successor to bei confirmed before congress j journs March -1 Justice Holmes who will be i on March s 1 ably vigorous health tor one hisi i I Appointed by President from Mas Roosevelt e tori I Justice Holmes i retirement in MAY O Jan 0 I Much interest is liere the t t ins f by the 1 ington shortly anil the L thJ floor of tho Stock ex- change four years ago as page in the that by doing well job assigned to him he would one day reach the goal of a partnership in a Stock firm At Iliree lie has his for ho has been made a member of Tefft sey t of the most In- brokerage houses in the financial district Young rise while re- as phenomenal to those do not know him in not surprising to others miliar with the reasons for his advancement His friends refer to him as a bright kid who has shown a aptitude in ing fundamental attributes of a successful broker The fact that Tefft H.-ilscy Co have maile him a partner also has boon it is in no to his ability n bring in new business going with the Stock firm two years ago ari a clerk Taylor obtained an inside knowledge of how matters of the exchange handled by six service with the library com- under the supervision of Jason director of publicity R T H Halsey then chariman of the library committee and a partner In the brokerage house his zeal for getting ahead in- Taylor to become ated his firm Taylor accepted Prier to becoming a ner young Taylor was a tele- phone clerk for the firm and later became adept in the handling ot customers counts His ability to make friends resulted in a tial increase in firm's ness and then followed ly his promotion to a Taylor's new duty will bo to represent Halsey Co on the Curb Exchange tho firm recently having ed 1 membership for TIo lives at the Hotel and in the summer most lit his spare time on Ills farm near Greenwich
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