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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1928, Zanesville, Ohio and Politicians Warming Up in Contests for Nominations on Republican State and County Tickets Always First Always Fair yoL XLIV NO iso ZANESVILLE OHIO SATURDAY JULY 28 1928 today and Sunday mild Go to Paris to Sign NO 0 Husband Slain Wife Confesses Hoped Treaty Might e Have Been Signed At ill Washington JOURNEY TOO FAR FOR EUROPEAN MINISTERS Expect Foreign Ministers or Premiers of Other Nations to Sign Pact of WASHINGTON July Secretary Kellogg expects to make aj trip to Paris in August to the treaty which j grew out of his exchanges with Foreign Minister Briand ol France He will participate while abroad however la no discussion of debts reparations or other international problem Europe That was made clear at the state department today in connection with the announcement of receipt of the invitation that tbe peace treaty ceremony be Held in on 27 or 28 and that Mr personally sign for the ed States Briand Made First There has never been any doubt that the signing would take place in Paris The Washington government nave liked to round out its In the matter by making tbe pact a new Washington treaty but recognized that it would be difficult lor foreign secretaries of the other to find time for the ney to this city It also recognized the propriety of the French invitation due to the fact that M Briand made first motion in the that brought about the treaty Delay In completing arrangements for the signature ceremony have due to the uncertainty as to just how much the event Mr Kellogg was and is to sacrifice the time for a trip to Paris unless the foreign at least are to represent their governments at Paris There would be little point to his going otherwise as Ambassador could be to act The secretary's plans were still tentative tonight Tbe nite date of his departure by Mrs Kellogg and his tary William Beck is still to be set He will return on the first available steamer after the ceremony The question of possible inclusion of Spain among the group of original signatories has reached no definite point To Go to Rescue To till Willis l erm Cooper Is Strong Here With the primary election less than three weeks ahead candidates and in this city and county are warming up to their work and some unusually Interesting contests are being staged Since this county Is normally Republican by a large interest centers in the con- tests being waged for nominations on the Republican state and county ticket In the Republican race for the gubernatorial nomination Myers Y Cooper appears to have the lead with Congressman James T Begg second and Attorney General Edward C ner in third place The other Harry A Shanley Harry G Smith and Fred Kohler not known to be even ed on by the voter With nine in the race for lieutenant and all practically unknown to voters here there is little Interest but the preference among those who know enough about the field to express g choice seems to be for Charles L Young Interest In race for nomination for tbe short for lieutenant governor is nil For auditor of state Joseph T Tracy incumbent is a decided ite In the race for attorney general the preference of voters here appears to be lor Clinton D Boyd first bert Bettman second and John W third The remaining three candidates Price Roberts and Bigger are attracting little notice Marshall For Senate In Muskingum county and eastern Ohio In the Republican race for nomination for United States senator to fill the unexpired term of the late Senator Frank B Willis Hon T Marshall chief justice of the Ohio supreme court is the ular choice with Senator Theodore E Clyde C Sherick Is the only can candidate for the nomination for the appeals court I W J has tho present lead over Harry W Heskett for the Republican nomination In the con- test for state central committeeman Attorney E Harold Hughes of and Curtis S Randolph New Lexington are fighting on even terms for the Republican nomination for state senate Wayne Overturf of Licking county Is the other can aspirant but Hughes and Randolph are safely out ii front W B Hendeishot pastor North Terrace Church of of the Christ SON SIA TOLD Following the finding of the body of tier husband James C Gilbert Akron O rubber worker and Wayne county Ohio farmer on a country road Mrs Ruth Gilbert 31 left above the widow held In jail at Wooster O told Sheriff Albert Jacot according to the I shot him be- cause he was mean to me and the children Chauncey A Felton 51 of Canal Fulton O her brother-in-law also has been arrested It being lied he Gilbert's body wrapped In canvas In auto two miles down the road under cover of darkness and dumped It over a foot bank beneath an undergrowth He is at right above Mrs Gilbert confessed she had shot her husband that afternoon as he lay sleeping on the living room floor of farm cottage the sheriff says The children shown above left to right Dorothy 11 Jessie 3 Arthur 6 and Leonard 8 have been held In Jail awaiting decision of the probate court for their disposition IS j i HE IS MEMBER Lose Pants In Cruel War Burton second Little is heard of Dick and Cook The Hon C Ellis Moore present congressman of the 15th district is Out in front In his efforts to secure He opposed for the Republican nomination by Clarence J Crossland of ing attorney of Muskingum county and W S Gregg are candidates for the Republican for representative to the eral assembly and Mi Hendershot is making a worthwhile showing In his campaign work and Is expected to come on top Is Favorite The two Republican candidates for the nomination for Judge of the Muskingum county probate court ore B E Leasure and John P Baker Leasure is conceded an victory and Is expected to make tbe same strong showing that won him two terms as clerk of courts George R Evans Is alone In the field for the Republican nomination as county surveyor and Attorney L M enjoys the same position in respect to the office of ing attorney ot Muskingum county Carl Snyder present clerk of courts Is unopposed for the Republican nomination Coroner G B Trout is unopposed as is Sheriff W A Farland Attorney William D Holliday ant county prosecutor Is the only Republican candidate seeking the short of probate court Howard Keener present deputy county treasurer Is making a good race for the Republican nomination Modestly Replies to Welcome by Mayor and ses Appreciation of High Honor Conferred in Presenting His Name at Republican Towns in California Also Pay Their Tribute to Hoover as He Motored to and From San Francisco Lincoln backer of the Arctic expedition of 1926 has offered his services to the Norwegian for one last attempt lo lescue Amundsen who has not been from since he set out In of the crew of the fated Italia mo cot operas IF DISCUSS IS CO ILL ON STREET Through a transaction closed day the Co has acquired a long-term lease on the building located at 731 Main opposite Eighth street formerly by the White Chevrolet Co 7 Tills step was deemed necessary owing to the increased business and desire to establish a trade-in store The first floor is and the second The building an imposing white glazed brick front and is of construction Remodelling work is to bo under- taken at once and the new store Is expected to be formally opened 10 loral said yesterday i n d Prehistoric Footprints In Stone AMHERST O July pr s found In stone by workmen In tile Cleveland Stone s ries here are declared bv geologists to be those of a prehistoric race which Inhabited the Great Lakes ion years Ono of the imprints was thai of a child and the other of an Geologists who have examined the Imprints declared the discovery strengthens the theory that this tion once was cohered by water Workmen recently unearthed a tion of a tree at a depth of 102 feet COLUMBUS O July tic denial that he was a member of the executive committee of the cians league which has In the hotel and which is urging men not to vote for dore E Burton Cleveland candidate thp short term senate tion was made Friday bv Clarence J candidate for the Republican nomination for con- gress Cropland declared that he had no knowledge that his name was to be used and that he had never any such use Upon first learning that my name been submitted to so-called Veterans Voters I wiole the league as I wish to state that I am myself a candidate for office My name Is not to be used therefore In any tlon with am one else campaign for the some I cannot assist in any other waj he said Then teaming that my name hnd been printed on heads I Immediately wrote again and further Insisted that my message of my first letter was to be respected In addition I am wiring as Am Insisting that nothing further be used In my name your present WASHINGTON July Twelve Sandinistas lost their pants in the jungles of gua if nothing else due to the perception of a marine aviation patrol Reports to headquarters here fay that the Nicaraguans hung up twelve pairs of trousers to dry and when the came over them took to the woods without those garments Recent flights showed the trousers still flopping In the COLUMBUS O coal operators were invited today by president Lee HaJl of tbe Ohio ers union to meet with the executive board of the union here next day for the purpose of negotiating a new wage scale Tho invitation was sent out to Individual operators Although officials of the Ohio Coal Operators association Cleveland which controls a majority of the mal Ohio coal tonnage made no Im- mediate teply to Hall's Invitation it was Indicated the members of the sociation would adhere to their for- mer position of refusing to BERT IS EXECUTE OF MEXICO MEXICO CITY July President Calles does not by assumption of my to the unauthorised use of my name and w my knowledge a flagrant act of impropriety he con- cluded 27 Intend to remain chief executive of Mexico after his present term expires ber 1 he told persons in his ence today If nothing happens to shake his determination it appeared likely night that Aaron Saenz governor of tho state of Nuevo Leon would ceed to the presidency to which the late General Alvaro Obregon was July 1 The decision of the president not o succeed himself has served further to clear the political atmosphere as despite the demand in many that he be named provisional for a two-year term there has been some doubt as to whether would be legal under the pate The Invitation extended today the union chief resulted from day's parley with nine Independent operators which had been sought by Hall for the purpose of fixing a date for a wage scale conference Hall said he felt certain the Aug 2 conference will be attended by a large group of tho states operators and re- sult In the settlement of a definite wage scale for nil Ohio miners Is and the candidacy of John M Evans is not taken too seriously by the for- mer's followers O E Bradford for- mer Muskingum county sheriff Is showing a clean pair of heels to the rest of the candidates in the race for the Republican nomination for county commissioner Next In line to ford In respect to party strength IB Phil A Williams Other candidates are A T Connar county veyor Ellas Walter H cher and F L- White Democratic Ticket Little interest Is being manifest hero relative to the Democratic state and county tickets Martin L Davey is the favorite In the gubernatorial race which also Includes Eail D Bloom Peter Witt Herman R witter and J C B Beatty The last four probably will receive little support in this dis- William G Pickrell is the over George S for the nomination as lieutenant governor Neither is well known here Carl Smith is the for the Democratic secretary of state ation over his only opponent J H Newman Attorney Charles Hubbell of Cleveland one of the seven dates for auditor of state on the Demmy ticket is known here to a certain extent He is taking part In the campaign against alleged sive rate charges of the utility com- panies Little is heard of Moul Kauffman Ferguson Butler or Riddle George White of Marietta will ry tho district in the U S senate race on the Democratic ticket His insofar as this region is con- cerned Is Also seeking the ILL SI CHARGE OF H THE FIRST Clarence Barton slaye of George Briggs 33 also ol will be arraigned in municipal court Saturday morning at 10 o'clock on a charge of murder in the first degree If Barton asks for a preliminary hear Ing tbe state will request the court to set Aug 1 as the day Attorney Clarence Crossland sal Friday night Barton shot Briggs early evening In a garden at tho Barto home where Sriggs and hib wife wer tenants had talked to Barto relative to some remarks Barton mad to Briggs wife and was turning t leave the scene when the fatal flashed from the gun Barto bad complained to Mrs Briggs abou the number of automobiles in front of tho Burton home an Mrs Briggs informed her o the criticisms and the doctor wh arrived at the scene mad no effort to harm Barton When ar rested Barton was hoeing corn 2 feet from where Briggs body was lj ing The affidavit charging In he first was signed yesterday by Mrs Briggs Assisting in the prosecution of the case Is William D Holliday county prosecutor The authorities denied tho report that the case was being delayed The prosecution will be carried on as speedily as the law and circumstances permit The body of the murdered man was taken to Charleston W Va Friday by Ernest a brother Final services will be held there today Surviving Mr Briggs are the widow SAN FRANCISCO July passages In his message an hls city behind of applause and cheering olden Gate welcomed home today Gate distinguished son Hoover For more than one hoxir the man pon whom the Republican party has laced the mantis of a presidential was within San o's confines to be greeted by lals of city and state and just the folks from office store factory home As Mayor James Rolph Jr said in Us address of welcome In the vast marble rotunda of the city hall it a non-partisan welcome an out- pouring of San Franciscans to do to one of their fellows who nmo heie years ago to seek Us fortune and who left to travel pon the road that has led to the Ugliest honors a great political party nay bestow Thanks for Honor Mr Hoover treated it as such In his response to the mayor for his only to if such It might be called was at the conclusion of his Address In which he thanked the ple of his state for presenting his name to thu Kansas City convention Words are difficult vehicles which to convey the which 1 may rightly feel at such a mark of esteem from my fellow citi he said And an rests on my side that 3 shall not represent the great political parly which has designated me for leader ship but that I shall do it In such as to bring credit and dls upon the people of nia Here was no politician speaking but a different almost shy surrounded by his friends and we He had a prepared tho longest by far ho has made his he to tho manuscript only briefly as he sought to keep hla head tilted Gathered about tbe nominee as e stood upon the Improvised orm upon the first landing of the airway leading to the second floor ere a dozen men who were his lates at Stanford university years go He greeted them cordially and responded with the 1895 class ell which brought memories crowding nek upon the guest of honor San Francisco was not alone In Its for the many towns that lay o the southward in the Santa Clara alley bad their opportunity to greet er ns he and his party motored ack to his home on Stanford uni- far-flung campus The of each city escorted the ican candidate from city limits to Uy limits and cheered him on he way street parade moved along almost solid walls of manity at San Francisco in which nen predominated These took the ead In cheering the candidate but he men Joined in the a snail's pace behind the marching ly backward so that his voice might carry to the microphone perched upon a pole several inches his own height Generous Applause Tho crowd Jammed the ground floor and rose tier upon tier in the balconies gave him and many of the EXCHANGE CLUBS Tho question even caused i dispute among the Obregon leaders r which appeared settled when Dirigible Damaged In Landing NEWPORT NEWS Va July 27 Army was forced to land this on thc outskirts of Officers at Langley field home station of the ship declared that the did not crash as was first reported but was forced down because of a broken rudder No one was injured nor was the wrecked reports to Field said although It Is thought that the forced landing may have damaged the airship Captain C P Clark was In com- mand of the AVIATION DEVELOPMENT TOLEDO O took its place at the head ot the tional Exchange club here when the of the leader of the Obregon bloc In congress and other spokesmen an- that would support President Calles in every waj Tho question of thp presidential T i I was adjourned after a succession will be taken up at the on Total Of organisation to project a commercial development program Greene of Exchange club will regular congressional session v htch record as the first service commences September 1 THREE EMPLOYES OF NEW YORK July S Greene of Lot report filed In the was chosen court that Oliver SHOT G Nichols The KENOSHA WIs July esco producer nnd Walton will be held at Pla I from ambush on thc highway between and a stepdaughter Barbara aged 11 BISHOP OUT nomination aro C V Wharton T S Wright ana FIND HOARD OP RECLUSE TIFFIN O July p T Perm discovered Coroner a cache of money in the home of Fred 73 a recluse shortly after he had re- turned a verdict of death by apoplexy C E F F Gentsch Cyrus Locher formerly of Woodsfield Is opposed by G P Hunt for the nomination for the unexpired term for U S senator Charles H Weber is favored over Frank H Ward In the representative to congress on tho Democratic ticket Robert S Shields Is In front for re- election to the court of appeals His opponents are F N W F Carver and J L Mason County Ticket The county ticket has not set the Democrats gasping for air C A well and William Weber seek the as Judge for the long term of probate court and the former is con- a better chance for victory E B Graham present probate Judge li unopposed in Ills candidacy for the short term of 88 days J J Prick former sheriff is opposed by Walter Sines marshal of for the and the right to oppose Sher- iff McFarland in the general election Is a top-heavy favorite In his party W T Osborne Is seeking re-election as county commissioner and against him for tho nomination arc Walter R Burckholter and Fred C Werner Werner and Osborne are given the preference with Osborne slightly In COPENHAGEN Denmark July 27 Reverend Anton Bast re- cently unfrocked as Methodist copal bishop of Scandinavia has re- signed from tho ministry and the church It became known today His action put an end to un- der way In the Methodist Episcopal conference seeking his expulsion Mr was unfrocked May 17 a the Kansas City convention of the church for Imprudent conduct with the of a Danish official and for converting to his own use church fundt A secular court In gen previously had convicted him o the latter charge CAMBRIDGE Earl Valentine who pleaded guilty Wednesday to slaying his law Andrew Anderson May 11 may know whether he Is to pay tho extreme penalty denth In the electric chair or spend the rest of Ills in prison Judge Charles S Tumbaugh who finished hearing evidence today to determine the death tence should bo Imposed or whether Valentine be confined for life In the state penitentiary took th case under and Indicated he might announce his decision Monday In the meantime Valentine Is held without bond In the county At tho conclusion of the testimony attorney demanded the death sentence for Valentine His there were which s the automobiles moved at almost snail lands The ceremonies at the City hall vere brief Mayor Rolph eulogizing Hoover's public service In European and Mississippi flood relief and as of commerce and predicting ils election as the next president of he United States Hoover replied he band played the star Spangled Banner and the return trip to Polir Alto was started FIRE HT HUE LIFE LOST nm BUFFALO N Y July million dollars In a property one drowned one probably tally burned and 28 others Injured were the toll taken today In a fire on the water front An oil barge on which the fire started early In the morning a large steel oil tho B B McColl of Toronto and tho city owned fire tug the W S were destroyed Tho oil barge tbe James F of Buffalo was at the docks of the Atlas refinery on Buffalo river two Inland when an explosion the craft In flames She wap from the dock and set adrift and spread damage on both sides of tho river for a distance of half a Oil from the damaged barge ed the surface of the river and with shift of wind docks oil storage tanks of the Standard Oil company and other water front structures were threatened Frequent bursts of flames the river and one of these caught tho McColl All her crew rut members of the crew of tho firo tug standing by trapped Thomas J Lynch an engineer of the fireboat leaped overboard and was drowned ant Henry was burned and all other members of the crew suffered Injuries Floating oil Irom the McColl added to the difficulties of the fire fighters and It was Impossible to approach the drifting which continued to for hour At one time the barge was carried beneath the south falo railroad but the ture was undamaged for loss punishment Valentine also Is under for tnn murder of his Heart Attack Fatal the expulsion demand To Portsmouth Action on by the conference day behind In PORTSMOUTH O July Burks 47 president of the manufacturers of lasts golf and bodies for two district w j were sent to Mr Bast to urge him to Cl resign that further clurch ings might be unnecessary His resignation became effective day when neighbors found the body thc Icad The Democrats do not have day More than had been a candidate for county treasurer tonight and thp was still attorney or coroner Paul Is the only one In the field for county surveyor on the cratic ticket progress must pay Mrs resolutions committee nnd WIs night Grace A a total of 891 morning outlined the employes of the Co tor producing n pi iv The Bird of I aviation development wounded and the side of their which em for the clubs recommending that Ex- car riddled The men are William of Mrs won them on June 1026 wont toward the permanent and proper signal ind Prink brothers FT am buckshots were and to pay her their entire men flekK on the from William's and from the staRC and for the guidance cf lost I from Franks check and back presentations of the play The thc of hand was wounded as today was thc computation of pianos lor freight hU left arm plus interests i and Several months ago more than 200 I of the Co went on OHIO NAVAL IS by 01 cr a T T- orr were of IN PLANE service works and FIRE LOSS OF WASHINGTON July of community LAKESIDE O July department was advised charity woik iW at was caused that Ensign Forrest of whm an plane in which ho was i ISto thp harbor at R 1 Hit companion I T T mci i Mat foT l but ris u i was to the tender barn r AI L F ATAL TO FARMER O 71 Wajn township by a fire today which destroyed the of Worthy Brown Sons company nnd four speedboats One boat WPS 35 Jeet long and was valued a lead of of i at 10 000 A electric light IIP li to p Ignited iuj tu Iho in the bottom of the boat Parting thc YOU WANT A VILLE PUBLISHING CO INSURANCE POLICY BUT HAVE YOU GOT ONE? you realtor or that this Insurance Is the greatest value on market and one Perhaps though you have over- looked taking one out or perhaps to your policy Look to it now By all rec that vou and every member of between the ages of 10 70 arp a SI 0.000 Travel Accident Policy The Coht is Only a Year For vou will find en on The Weather Fair with moderate Saturday and CONDITIONS The Newfoundland disturbance has remained almost with diminishing Intensity Isle 20 84 Inches and the igan disturbance has moved eastward to Lakes Erie and Ontario Cleveland Ohio 29 72 inches and re- mains low from British Columbia to tho Gulf of California Is om the Mackenzie valley Greenland and ward to the states and NEW YORK July Federal Jury Holds Killing J u s t i f i e d cral grand Jury today to In- dict Raymond T of Baltimore second engineer on the Black Dia- mond freighter West who accused of killing a seaman while thc vessel wan In dock at Antwerp Rosa admitted that he shot and killed E Fester of N J during a fight aboard ship on July 7 but tald he acted In self Hit story was corroborated by several witnesses heard by the errand Jurors BIDS FOR ROAD WORK COLUMBUS O July for Improvement of 88 miles of state highways at an approximate of 332.000 were taken here today by ry J Kirk director of highway Four of tho 32 projects on which bids were v pre cancelled before bids because of 1 to I ready ths letting The disturbance over the lower Lake region will move ward and In ind the states and thP Appalachian region Saturday Otherwise generally fair weather will Saturday and Sunday cast ot tho will airplanes died here He was stricken while at his office with an attack of heart disease and was taken home by his physician While at home hf was stricken again and Ho is by his widow one son and a daughter U R WILL NOT MIX IN PANAMA ELECTION WASHINGTON July made It known today that tho States government net feel in Intervening In to supervise the Ing there as re- quested rjv one cf thc country's Plan To Merge May Fail NEW YORK July 27 Motors today reported record earnings while bankers were making a last minute campaign in an effort to sine a project to meige two of Its principal ler corporation and Dodge Brothers Walter P Chrysler announced after a meeting of the Chrysler directors this afternoon that the entire ject by which the Chrysler tion Is to acquire Dodge Brothers will fail unless there are substantial de- posits of Dodge stock before row noon when tho time for deposit ends Dodge directors also met but It was said both meetings were in connection with certain formalities In connection with the merger plan Charge of fraud and corruption In connection coming election have tern made to the state ment by representatives cf the party document submitted the to convince him that American Intervention was The obligation to see that there Is FOUR ARE INJURED IN AUTO AND TRUCK CRASH MONTROSE O July persons were Injured two seriously when a truck and an automobile col- here tonight 10 miles from ron Bert Marks 13 riding with his rather C I Marks cf Akron was In- jured Internally Mrs Charles ell 28 ol Lima sustained a broken collar bone and bruises Her husband the administration but Marks were slightly injured ALLEGED ROBBERS CAUGHT EAST LIVERPOOL O July Baker 22 and Charles Powell a free and election rests with the 118 East Liverpool youths charged with highway in connection with the automobile kidnaping and of C H and his son river government whose Ohio valley his attired thc state lower lake II was prepared to pre- Atlantic o order Should disorders arise narom on m em- threatening the security of American in Texas today police were ill Sunday quite InU resign tht CanM Zone the United advised in middle and northern the wou d Harold here on July 16 were arrested sections of the Mississippi river FRIDAY'S TEMPERATURE Readings by Pharmacy S a 4 p 7 n m 60 fi p 10 a m RO B p 12 noon 85 10 p m SO 2 p m 83 12 73 Sun fi 27 a m 453 Pm 7 M p m 1 56 a m the right accorded It by treaty to protect its rights TAKE PAYROLL CHICAGO July j robbers tonight entered the Herald and Examiner newspaper offices held ALLEGED ROBBER ESCAPES and Examiner newspaper SUEM O July up tho paymaster nnd escaped suspected cf robbing a lunch The holdup took place while from Patrolman were being sM a six-mile mobile en lie during which tho officer their weekly salaries A policeman and the were overpowered and c-r No were fired
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