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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1925, Zanesville, Ohio Wednesday Mar 11 25 South Fourth OT TO MATCH SENATE New Company To Be Incorporated for 1 000 and Fine Modern Plant Will Cost 1 By Tie Vote Not Yield on Road Appropriation Until wv i A Gas Designed to Raise Additional proximately Will Be Four Story j 1 hree Mam Improvements Warren as Attorney General Revenue Is Passed Expect Senate to Re- Structure apd Will Be Modern in Every 1 say Route Respect r to Soon Replace O R W Railroad commerce Monday evenins endorsed Announcement was made Tuesday of the plan toR erect a fine new modern factory building on the southwest in chamber of corner of South Fourth street and Locust alley The new toriu building will be used to house the business and garthe f ing activities of a new corporation which will be ot the south this week to take over the interest of the the road ana and the Queen of Spanish Stage Stars in Wild Romance in Real Life store Road Appropriation and Renew the Fight Manufacturing Co in Zanesville Columbus and Cambridge The new building will be four stories in height and will have a basement under the entire structure It will be constructed of brick steel and concrete and will be fireproof throughout It is estimated that the new factory will cost approximately and it will be erected by W L Barkhurst and J D Price local contractors Work on razing the old frame building now occupying the site will be started next Monday morning and it is expected the new building will be completed and ready for occupancy about July 1 Every effort will be made to expedite the work as the new location is badly needed Will Employ 100 People P H and F K both of whom are at ent connected with the Ludman company will be ed with the -e management of land elevators fire escapes a modern sprinkling system and an date system Uic new company and plant The new company will be cooperated for It overalls and men's and children's coveralls for the in- wholesale trade This line is now -i being manufactured by the thought that the incorporation company and the products will be the latter hold a very high position in their the present week It is of trade It is the plan to combine the Cambridge Columbus and ville plants of the company Into the new corporation Until the new plant stood that several prominent Zanesville connected prise business men will be with the new The will be modern in will have floor will every respect It pillars but each strongly supported beams thus allowing and June delivery When the plant other plants will be continued be j in operation as a large number of by heavy 1 orders are on file for April May ed floor space The building will be and will face on Fourth street Because of its location it will be unusually well lighted and ventilated It will be equipped with electric is completed it is expected that 100 people will be employed in it This new corporation will be a real boon to business in ville and the prospects are bright for its success L e a p To Safety apparently unharmed J Escapes Clutches Of Several of the nurses at the With Foot Jump From Roof of Building An eighteen foot leap from the roof of the hospital to the landing below enabled a turnal prowler to the clutches of Lieutenant of Police Joseph Petit and Patrolman Price at about 9 o'clock last night The matron of the hospital tele- phoned the police that someone was prowling around the building earlier in the evening and the tenant determined to investigate in person Upon arriving at the hospital the officers saw someone pital who were greatly alarmed screamed when the man made the jump and the police saw two other men leave the shadow of the ing and run down the street was expressed that the work on South River road should progress until completion that traffic might flow back and forth between Zanesville and Duncan Falls without delay The Improvement of road to the Guernsey county line was stressed at the meeting because of the condition of the Ohio River Western railroad which is operating now at a loss I of approximately year and it is believed that it is j only a question of time until the road is abandoned by the Railroad Company the owners of the road It is mainly because of the condition of the narrow railroad that action to improve the j road be taken as soon as possible i that the road may be opened toj traffic before the railroad is abandoned According to a statement by D W Armstrong the i Guernsey county have agreed to improve the way from the Muskingum county line to Cumberland which is but a distance of about two miles the Guernsey county ers will not undertake to improve j the road until it is improved to I their county line it was said The road would be an intercounty and state aid could be secured in the building of it it was said The improvement of the road will open up a rich territory to local markets it was brought out as many people ing in the vicinity of the road are forced to stay away many times each year because of bad roads and this trouble eliminated it will mean that those residents can come to Zanesville every day j in the year and that Zanesville i goods can be sent to these within a reasonable time after be- ing purchased and no delay would I be encountered in waiting for roads to dry up j The South River road ment came in for its share of dis- cussion as each day of delay with the improvement means another clay that people who might comc Vice President Dawes Not on Job to Cast Deciding Ballot WASHINGTON March COLUMBUS 0 March the A were given to understand today by rural members of of representatives that improved road iote in the senate tion in Ohio must cease until they are willing to abide by a His nomination was rejected 40 tiv thli will miff to vice President Dawes V tl money ior to reach the from his hotel I maintenance This policy of the rural members was put into concrete today by striking from the general appropriation I Kill Cit would the tie m the hope that the vice for construction of mam market and inter who was rushing to the senate in a arrive in time to I As this was the entire amount carried by the for new road construction during the next two vears beginning July 1 all road construction after that date must cease until it is put back into the before its final enactment An appropriation for maintenance of the highway was not molested The for new road construction was taken from the hill by an amendment offered by Sullivan of Union county a member of the Corn Stalk club an organization of rural members of the legislature It was offered while the house was considering the appropriation in committee of the whole and adopted fay acclamation There was con- sprinkling of negative votes however Protest Against Cut in Auto License Fees tion vigorously demanded that the roll call be closed with tha an- announcement of tho result but even then Republican leaders re- ported to further in au fort to save the nomination from j defeat Senator Reed ot Pennsylvania announced that he change his vote from yea to nay so that he might present a motion to re- consider the question the final result ly to 39 for and -11 against mation I Democrat Switched j As soon as Senator made his motion opponents ot tion countered with a motion to lay it on the tahle and demanded a roll call That too resulted In a tip 40 to 40 but as tho vice president who could have cast the deciding ballot entered the rr Police were unable to state last e are to night whether is was another case Columbus be- The lomance of Ruiz do Moragas Spain's ber Senator Overman of North Carolina the only Democrat to vote for confirmation switched his vote That decided the issue making the vote 41 to 39 to lay the Reed motion on the table a final and ir- revocable action under senate rules The only way the nomination could again come before the senate would be for President Coolidge to re- submit It There was no indication tonight what the president's course might be the White House having ed to comment on the matter If decides not to the I nomination to the senate at this time or maize a new one he may leave Solicitor General Beck charge of the justice department until the next session cf congress or make a recess appointment to fill the cabinet vacancy that period How They Voted Excepting Senator Reed of sylvania whose vote was cast for strategic reasons nine Republicans the one and all of Democrats present except I known actress and heiress to Is the sensation of Madrid Overman voted against con- 11 L is w us case i of Jack the or whether the of the roads I She fell in love with a Mexican matador Gaona and ran the man was planning to stage a mainly with away game clue to the man's They have no Identity other the South River road from Philo to and consensus him They were arrested wedding bells are than the fact that he a i was that action should be i man and wore a cap The fact that two men remained i on the ground possibly as i outs while the other man the building polic secured improvement for the of The was called to ladder which leads from the first i a Prompt action landing to lowed up trap the marauder but they without his athletic ability fur upon seeing that escape cut off hi made a desperate leap from the roof to the landing about eighteen feet below and made his j malc getaway down the fire escape He Jury ling indicate that by of the were successful in A i was mapped out on motion The Republicans nh Brookhart Town Frazler and son California and Dakota and Nebraska The vote on the nomination came with almost startling suddenness after six hours of debate in which Mr Warren had been alternately f and assailed of connections with sugar Whether the will bo placed back in the before Its enactment is said to de- pend mainly upon the enactment of the gasoline tax law in form suitable to the rural members As the gasoline tax was passed day by the senate providing for a 75 per cent reduction in license tag fees Jan 3 it is unacceptable to the rural members They are not expected to yield on tho road appropriation until the gas tax Is changed to their The gasoline tax hill now is in ence committee which en- deavor to adjust the differences between the two houses The senate is expected to place tho buck into appropriation and un- less the gasoline tax Is finally disposed of in a ner acceptable to i the houso members by the time senate pusses the tlon probably will lie three weeks the propriation measure pears certain to to u con- ference committee of the two houses Then a long fight over the is ed In presenting his amendment which struck tho road appropriation from declared there was no use to build more roads until the motorists are willing to contribute sufficient money for their upkeep Mr also declared that it is unfair to uix cor- for the construction of roads those who use the roads are unwilling to keep in repair As the house finally passed tha appropriation and sent it to the it carries a total ol which included license funds for road maintenance and repair and re- The tional which was cut from the Dill represented the salary of a super- visor of stream pollution provided for under the stream pollution measure which has been passed but yet unapproved by Governor Donahey Another change made in which however did not change the total was to transfer 744.24 from other funds lor additional lands at the farm near Cleveland for a new state hospital for the Insane The money red from a proposed appropriation fit for a hog farm at and from a proposed for new lands at the present Cleveland state pital Lima hospital and the new London prison farm Proposal by Representative shares Hocking county to strike out for new National the Representative Sullivan Guard armories to find port from any quarters ies provided for for Canton for Lima for apd for The was passed by the house 115 to 0 on the part of the matron in re- the leap without serious to himself their donation last year to con- Murder Case To Jury through the present year j committee will be named within a I few days and the canvass made probably next week ning in the by tbe sponsored cers of the Putnam Amusement j the tion is meeting with it was divided to hold j a hearty response almost all I residents of that section The he city Over -10 i Presentation of Arguments Will Begin This Morning Didn't Testify the big annual Pumpkin during tho week of Aug A report was made to the u entire week i by Secretary Armstrong closing on Saturday evening j every covering the work as iler the township road Plans call for n bigger und tho slaying of Magill Previously which comes under the one: had been announced that road levy passed by the would be placed on the stand in his i at lho election In the own defense but defense counsel j port a final map outlining tho i abandoned this plan roads to be improved within John Boggs testified that nest two years has been shot which killed was subject to change The one mill j Ills friends said assurances from on both sides Hint there would he no vole before Continued on Two Senate Changes In Gas Tax Are Rejected By House -Id committees j HP I 1 HP been appointed covering 1 I CHUrC Dili block to push the idea ofj grass shrubbery O March of TJan Boggs by Night lid ward will be a success it was youth charged with the first j Lemon who With had ar- j but the critical time for it is degree murder of Harry T rested the brothers near here year as it was stressed some roads i sliot to death here on the morning j robber suspects The shooting be built to show the farmer better Pumpkin thin than ever before already have been out of town folks who formerly in Putnam ns to tbe exact date of fall festival A of features will be introduced into the m this i 1 ami again in it further derided that great success and flowers and especially beautiful salvin official flower In every O March are beinp mail to A this of the rity will enact a teacher's tenure Xo have been law was put up to tbe today marie for a Homecoming The senate by a voto of 32 to the Pumpkin i passed n by Nettle held making and met i indefinite tenure of teachers Chief Objection to Cut Made in the Automobile License Fees COLUMBUS O March By the A final effort to save the Brown gas tax was started today Carrying amendments able to the house tho measure passed the senate to 1 md went to the house for concurrence in the charges It waH taken up almost if Jan 20 will go to in automobile Just jury late tomorrow afternoon the county jail Thursday morning Trial Judge The brothers escaped in Magill's McBride announced late this j machine but were captured in afternoon when he adjourned court i Springfield that by agreement of counsels j The state called a number of arguments will be limited to three in rebuttal this afternoon hours for each side The state will begin presentation of its arguments when court con- They included Frank Aston that he is getting his worth Eight townships have started action for road ments and it is hoped to line up the entire 25 townships before May 1 A lengthy argument ensued over the proposed Peak newspaperman J E j which is mapped to cross non Hillsboro banker officer northern Muskingum county at a m tomorrow Lemon and his wife Vernon ing through Trinway and counsel will urge the icy owner of the hardware burg but as this route is penalty The defense sprang a which was robbed and W S Lewis I proposed at tho present this afternoon when counsel ot Clark county who told i nothing definite was done as to that they rested iof the treatment the whether the road would be sored by the association or with the conclusion of testimony of at Springfield John Boggs brother of the John Stowers Springfield Jailer j action taken to that highway but ant who is awaiting trial on was on the stand most speakers were of the opinion of being an accomplice in I O March Tarnes Walker son of Mr and Numerous Applicants Other Than Sinclair Mrs Robert Walker of Ironton was killed when struck by an auto Hall Believes Ohio Is that the road Is not worth while Loses Village When Moves Across Street O March county is minus one of Ha today and officially minus one of Its villages Clark as it is known in the postal directory or ns it is known on the map is now In Holmes county all the hns been the street Time and in til last generation this little town In the Doughty Creek valley buffeted back and forth to on the United States maps The line forms the one rast and west street of ho ami tbe harj side of the street times Practically every business place in the village has the in the past 50 in districts of or more population and optional in rural districts i district is necessary however before a teacher may be employed on indefinite tenure I Tenure bills have been defeated iat various other sessions but i ers of tbe Loughead measure sert that it apparently has a chance of eventual enactment than any other of the same nature that been Introduced at previous sessions This in true they say because of the provision which gives rural dis- tho right to elect the visions of the proposed law A j deal of the opposition to such an act como from country I senate by a vote of to L where on as had been expected demand for a conference committee made Just such a course for the i percent equally to the counties As house leaders predicted lower branch In considering general appropriation of 000 000 of the funds to hs spent for road construction poses for the next biennium ing that the cut in tag fees made such action imperative While hope is held for an compromise between the house and senate on the arc that it will be a drawn out affair Whatever does will have to b by caucus ot both es and then the measure re- again had been charted by house leaders when the senate majority started j BV S equalization in freight rates Chamber of Commerce President Hall of tho Ohio For soni time there has been un given miners the annual the of March testimony showing there were pressing hope that there would be merous applicants besides Harry F Sinclair for tho of Ten Dome oil reserve was gl in the of the j of the fifth sub district I somo ment's suit in equity fnr hero today predicted that Ohio Ja to what formS ment of the lenso obtained by the would regain most of Us coil trade ne bv merchants Comply n Sinclair during the next few years alike o The Hall told of deplorable thn t und pro The government alleges the lease ions in southern Ohio and charity schemes obtained through collusion where the district organization the of advertising nd fraud between Sinclair and contributed more than be eliminated The P Fall secretary during the past IS months of of merchants miners and their linst Week with an alleged The testimony showed that les He urged publication was that no eral applicants for the lease while of tbe fields her pro agreement argument their proposals still Virginia because be stna II pay have it almost im- To review the it possible the to tbe t inn the five u i the inn ti in I corn nor jne Fake Advertising Comes High Local Merchants Learn To Their Sorrow It be some other fake the merchants would pay magazine the policy was once ho worked Regard ins the for life In one ease at least last week it might be said that collector threatened to nue the magazine alleged have lv en i dealer not pay for the As the passed the upper branch today It vides the A Uvo cent gas tax on each gallon of gasoline sold for ubo on the highways A seventy five percent re- in license fees on pleasure cars effective next year and which miike the rales of the funds Inft from the tnx as five percent to the state SO percent to the cities of five is to be used in maintaining slate 25 to the ties oil the 15 percent to be divided and 10 percent to bo on the basis of car registration House An passed originally by the house no reduction In tbe tag tax wan provided for and the funds and concurred o o r The county gation in the senate voted idly the and given a hot shoe of criticism by Senator Vorys of fur its action Vorys asserted that the crul assembly had been for Cleveland most of the session He declared there ure more measures applicable to Cleveland only than any other class As tho now stands Senator Collister Cleveland declared that tha city would contribute more in revenue from automobile taxation and receive printed lives of Cincinnati j t rd hat paper been rul had been only coming here for tbe leaving tin advert that close connection with and at least impression with there was some As to the charge for the It be known that charged for about r ii inches of space The most effort approval of the paper by the to py It was also alleged t hat been the in all here of of several U jibe only In a of where to to in finest Ion likely of the magazine vas tbe one i tee today last week This collection ibe ibe i i v o t h i inn i c: f if and he uts 1 t n -s be run from tol 500 that the highest were divided In this estimate was correct the Fifty percent to the stat basis a newspaper percent to the cities on basis of circulation would be justified registration and 25 charging for a Inch This situation Indicates the sity of judging advertising by culation rather than on the basis of cost of getting out the cation We got In touch of the church found O 10 the publication had no official con- car than it is getting now under the tag Others who spoke against the were Senators Miller town and of Holmes county They both asserted that the cut in tag fees would result in cations Vorys after gaining consent of the introduced a which would give cities tho right to lisa some of tho funds from the tax in regulating traffic He had attempted to amend the measure in such fashion but took tho ad- vico of members of the automotive committee and submitted his ideus In the form of a separate Wind and Electric n C II Creek nits Rock J Big ADVANCES I O March Ohio Oil Co today advanced the of five grades of Wyoming i crude oil as follows Grass Creek and Elk Basin each up in up 20 52.00 up 30 K up 40 cents completely or t by church and that it bad not result distributer cither in or and electrical ly outside the church Insofar this vicinity lie church knew The of n I believed fA have stale herf With u as reera today Ii however state lines n is had Continued on Two out street or house since yesterday BODY IN RIVER March body storm Miss Helen of Canton earU In a musle student who since Feb IS and who 1 I
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