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Athens Banner Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Athens, GeorgiaAthens Cotton middling or. 1. Ltd 27 i 2c previous close. »27, me Dally a 0rti8-lf gift of tit 7 weather a fair and warmer. Vol. 91, no. 59 associated press 8srvlcs Athens Gay monday april 23, 1923. Full confession Mot by prelate trial draws nearer by associated press late dispatch Moscow the trial of the Rev. Or. Tikhon former patriarch of All Russia on charges of treason and hindering the carrying out of soviet orders has been postponed indefinitely. The trial was set to be begun tuesday and much interest was manifested in it outcome.1 m six Miles of Road in Franklin county on the Bankhead Highway need improvement. the eve of the commencement on tuesday of the trial of the most Rev. Or. Tikhon former patriarch of All Russia on a charge of treason and hindering the carrying out of soviet orders the soviet press today filled v Ith a reputed confession of the prelate. The quot confessions indicates that or. Tikhon must have undergone numerous preliminary examinations not one word in his de sense found in the newspapers. On the contrary the dispatches of the official government Agency from the provinces tend to show that meetings of working men Are demanding Tikhon a execution a counter revolutionary. Or. Tikhon will go before the soviet court admitting that he an implacable foe of bolshevism the reputed confession laying that the former patriarch has admitted the Many charges. War Veteran on dance floor for non Stop record Dallas Man dances for Hundred and seven hours. Surgeon general condemns l sunday services Given Over to Celebration of 80th anniversary of the founding of Church.,the Soth anniversary of Emmanuel Parish was observed at Emman uel episcopal quot Chi a Rich sunday and the service of the me. Or were Given Over to these exercises. The Parish we a organized on april 22, 1149.or. Al Charttie related Flundry. Briefly sunday the history a Jhc Parish during the past thirty year and or. Sylvenua quot Morris had the distinction of Lett Ling in the audience and hearing read report he rendered thirty years ago when he outlined the first history of the quot Parish All that was necessary was for l r. Richards to bring this history up to Date. At the time or. Morris wrote the history of the Church lie was a member of the vestry und historian for the occasion of celebrating the fiftieth anniversary. Athens nurse appears before n. Y. Commit sooner of identify alleged confederates. A a Abe and Demon Lack Didato thi two men a indicted Here in connection with the escape of repaid Chapina from st. Mary a Hospital Are expected to be. Brought before h to. Commissioner in new York monday to a Bejko it fled before belli., returned Here for trial in the lv.8. Court now in dec Solo. The hearing was postponed from saturday a Dinul monday. It was ran bounced try officials Here saturday a a / miss Cor Lea Ramey. R student nurse it str Mary Hospital who in elms nhe convened with the two. Hus lion to new York to identify the men a and will testify at the hearing. It la possible that the two will a a returned Here tuesday afternoon or wednesday morning. By associated press record thought to be approaching the limit of human endurance on thu dance floor was ret Here monday mooting when r j. Newman local athlete and world War Veteran walked off the floor after one Hundred and seven hours of continuous dancing. Newman who started dancing at four forty five of clock. Last wednesday i seemed to by in Good condition and Good for several hours longer but stopped to avoid greater Strain on his Constitution. Surgeon general makes statement Washington. A surgeon general Cumming took unofficial cognizance of the endurance dancing craze and in symposium of opinions with other celebrated physicians Here warned contestants that their excesses might cause acute dilation of the heart and sudden death. At Best he added the dancer May expect crippled hearts1 for the remainder of their lives while the probable shattering of., nervous system will make them easy Prcy to die ease. A a a Aldo William c Fowler. District of Columbia health officer described the craze the quot most foolish and harmful things he had Ever heard of. But he knew nothing he could do Auch contests. Or. D. Percy Hickling celebrated alienist opinion that the fad would Digap Kar. But come Back in some form ing bated on a craving for popularity and a desire of the contestants to get their no nes in the papers. Athens Man named on ways and Means committee of georgians inc., to meet Friday funeral services held Monda a m. Mra. D. E. Millers fun Leal. Conducted from Home monday morning at i mock. A funeral services for mrs. . Miller beloved Athena woman who died suddenly at her Home a saturday afternoon were conducted monday morning from the Kjome 347 Hill Street at ii of clock. The interment followed in Oconee be meter a. Or. S. E Wasson pastor of the methodist Church of which she was a life Long member conducted the services a Large crowd of friends and relatives of family attended wealth of al Ort offering attested the nigh esteem and Friendship with a hich she in held. Acting a pallbearers were ? Griffeth. . Ash y a Taip j.�?~g.,Paine, h j. Comen a w do in and . Rhodes Johh White Morton Athens banker find capitalist has been appointed a member of the ways and Means committee of georgians inc., the organisation formed in Atlanta recently for the purpose of inducing More industries to locate in this state. Amr. Morton who president of the National bunk of Athens one of the i prominent Bulnes men of this state who will compose the ways and Means committee. The members arc. Robert. P. Maddox president of the Atlanta nation a a Bank A. Blinks a vice president of the citizen and Southern Bank of a Atlanta B. Lewis pics of Dent of the fourth National Bank of Macon Claude Norman of Washington Claud. Bond of toe Coa major John <8.cohen, editor of the Atlanta journal E. Page editor of the Columbus Ledger John. White Morton Athens Bank president and capitalist p. 8. Twitty. Of Dublin and the Georgia railway and fewer company Oil Atlanta. 1 met84n Atlanta a tithe comm Lee will meet Friday morning in the new of les of get or glans Ino Orp Wated room.30 Han a Vil building. Plans for putting the organisation on its feet financially will be discussed with the object of submitting a series of recommendations to the state wide Industrial conference a in Macon. May. At that meeting permanent of Fleer will be elected and a definite activity adopted aimed to bring new industries into Oeor Gia and the development of industries already located in the state. War it souvenir a k three year old Hilda Bowman killed herself while quot playing with a revolver her father bad brought Home from a the War .3-Vi? ask legislature to take action Athens automobile association begins movement monday to make better Highway. Another important step in making the Bankhead Highway from Athens to the Carolina line smooth Glass was taken monday morning by the Athens automobile association when n. E a a a Etc lots Bongi cd plei it Canta Dally a Athens Honor Confederate heroes he re pm Day memorial Athy a Luh it thursday the 26th, will be Obs Ruvelas usual with exercises dedicated to the Honor of the heroes of the War Between the states. Major general A Clark of Columbia,.s. C., an officer of the confederacy will deliver the address of the Day in Athens and the veterans will enjoy their usual annual dinner at Lucy Cobb Institute. I Mish Milt yet it Rutherford work ins a a the pro Grani for the Day and will have it completed by tuesday. Lunch at Bob haired girl sentences seven robbers to death Young woman in Early twenties sits presiding Moscow. Judge. Passes death sentence. Moscow. A a bobbed haired Young woman in her Early Twer tics sat presiding judge at trial in the Moscow District court sunday and in a Calm voice and sentenced seven men to death Fot robbery with violence she was citizen ass Anna glut Nan formerly of Kharkov who several months _ _ _ _ _ a a a i Ilaa petition was circulated which May Lago so attracted the attention of cad to improvement of six Miles a the commissariat of Justice by her a a shrewd decisions in the ukrainian of Highway in Franklin county. J shrewd decisions the petition was directed to the courts that she was invited to. R. Inri. U Mola air Uteri owl representatives in Ciarko count the legislature Toombs Dubose and Frank a. at noon Twenty six members. Of the association had signed it. The signatures of the remaining members was expected to be affixed to the paper by night. In commenting on the movement to have this stretch of Road in Franklin county improved a a. Trusswll a who put the matter before the association declared perfection of the work will make the Highway Between Athens and the Carolina line a Deni. T Hart county recently improved a Long stretch of More than nine Miles to the Franklin county line petition follows Tho the petition sent out by Auto association follows a to honorable Toombs Dubose and Frank Holden representatives from Clarke county. Dear sirs a Moscow and became a member a of the presidium of Moscow District court. 2 Colleg Eie a prominent Georgia speakers will clash with Alabama and Virginia universities. Lucy Cobb at 11 30 Tho veterans will meet at the City Hal land from there will to to Lucy Cobb where dinner will he served at 12 30 or one of clock. This year the d. A. A ure a Lalni the dinner and the wives of the veterans Are invited also but it announced that the honorary members of the u. I. Will not be included heretofore due to the fact that the veterans have been invited to bring their wives to the dinner. The Lucy Cobb girls Xvi la present an Impromptu program for he entertainment of the veterans a and or. 1. Broughton will deliver a Short talk. Mis Mildred Ruth Ford will also make a shot talk Exvell some of pc ministers who Are to attend. All the ministers of the City have been in a Ltd. Exercises in the Octagon the Public exercises Wilt to held in the Octagon on Tho Campus Proi Wibly at 3 o clock and it Here that general Clark will speak. Or. Len g. Broughton arrives Early tuesday and will begin his lectures. Song director Here. P. Morgan will speak tonight Stogie Mountain committee will opening service in Octagon sunday night conducted by or. G. Camp. Bell Morgan. Athens greeted dr.,0. Campbell Morgan with a Large crowd at the first evening service of the Athens Bible conference a which was held sunday night in the University Octagon. The second Day of the conference began monday with or. P. Morgan lecturing at the.9 30 o cock hour on a the spelt symphony of the or. Morgan will lecture on. This subject each morning this week at the first ser vice. 4 or. Broughton. Here tuesday. On account of. Tho Belay in the the privilege of doing so. The Graves will be duct it rated with Flowers and fungo the Monument will to decorated and a Salute will be fired at the n squad Georgia cadets probably a squad made up of a find sons of Confederate veterans. A the veterans will to furnished with autos in which to ride to Nicl i from the City Hall to Lucy. Cobb i Yeeman Mcclure of Lafay. . A Parker in charge Ette the. Legislator. Student in at a or Ihl Futro 6f the do Tendance at a the Georgia comics ,. Vol let Uquill Vilt. Hollowing the address those of a it Broughton no want to go the cemetery will web held 11 of clock and Jalton Hosch of Gale still were selected to University against the University of Virginia in the debate to. Be held a a. In Columbia 8. A. In May when it has been called to. The no men the georgians will defend the negation of our association that six tie de of the Quamon in Lri a or seven mile Ampf a the Bank cad Highway from Athene to the South quot Carolina line located. In Franklin county in very poor condition roid of this 1 a very important Lini in this Highway pc urge you to take this Mattei up with the state Highway department with a View of enlisting their cooperation in immediately improving this part of the Highway. A this Highway a very important feeder to Athena and on that account we Are intensely interested in it. A respectfully quot Athens automobile association those signing by Sioon monday f. J. Lawler co resident j. S. Goetchius. H. H Gordon or. H. , Morris it Yow j. H. Griffith jr., abit Nix Martin j. Abney John j. Wilkins or. J. R. Crane treasurer j. Warren Smith. Joe. Miles e m. Cohen sol j. Bogey n. S. Arthur d. B. Michael m. G. Michael \v.,t. Collins b. Dunaway. Roy Epps m. S. Hodgson t. H. Nickerson John White Morton. B. P. Joel h. E. Ertsberger b t. Epps g. M. Knight Secretary A. Trussell. Meet Tiby memorial association will hold its annual session Here april 26 at Athens y. M. A so tuners from five Northeast Georgia counties will gather in Athens next thursday for the purpose of honouring the memory of Tho late that a p. Jet be made a part of our Federal tem Clarence Paulk was Choser alternate for the encounter. Or. Mcclure probably one of Tho Best known students at the University due to the fact that he the Only student who has Ever attended Tho University of Georgd and at the same time woe a Mem ber of the Georgia legislature. Or. Mcclure has held a representative place from his Home county during Tolje Nelre period that been in the University and this his senior year. In addition to this distinction he a member of the Tutor staff of Tho College assisting in the language department has acquired practically every speaking Honor offered by the College liked by the student a and has made a distinguished record in Scholastic work. Younger of three Brothers or. Hosch the younger of three Brothers who have attended the University All of whom have won distinction in tract Lually every phase of College life. Altor Hosch the one nov in College har taken every speakers Honor offered in addition to honors in other departments and ask a Climax it chosen to represent the Uhl Vernot it in the debate with Virginia. Virginia Defeated Georgia in the clash last year but a different result expected this season. Colquitt Carter of Atlanta and Edgar m. Dunstan of Brazil have been designated to represent Georgia in the debate with the uni Crafty of Alabama to be held at Tuscaloosa in May. Georgia will have the negative Side of the question. Quot resolved that the United states should adopt a policy of the cancellation of War debts or n proportional part of them under in agreement with the allies that John d. Vaughan celebrated a Ong of owe in this the same Subee composer and Musi an whose a window of heaven and other song books Are used throughout the civilized world. The John d. Vaughan memorial association was permanently organized in Athens april 29. 1923 with l w.,.coo� of Athens president. Or. J. 1 Deridley of Athens Secretary j. Ii Moore vies president and. Chaplain. Bethlehem. ,. 1 the meeting will be held at Thoc. Ana instead of having dinner on Tho ground this year it will be served in the a Little Price dining room on Clayton Street. Sessions at 3 30 and cd Oss at 1 o clock for dinner. Atwo of clock the fingers will a Convene for a business session and More singing. A Welcome address win be delivered at the morning Sessum which will be responded to by the following vice presidents b. H. Collier. Jackson j. Brown Madison b. H. Meadow Oglethorpe k. B. Wells Oao Neo county. the one with Vanderbilt. Both of Job men selected Georgia in this Battle of words Art members of the student body Well known in nil phases of College life. Win attend meet in Elberton of 2 Day presbyterian miss Mildred Rutherford Hnz declined u number of invitations to other places for the Day but Xiv jul remain in Athens to be among a tier own and May deliver in address at Somo other Planco on Friday the 27th. Hour monday. Or. A Broughton however will lecture at. This hour each morning this Wiecki at 14 o clock monday afternoon or. O. Campbell Morgan began his Serle of lectures on quot an old Story reconsidered.�?T, monday night at 8-o�?Tclock or p. Morgan will preach and Rev Claude Goodw tit the song director a who arrived Simla night Wlllie a flt less City quot citizens want Fly evil removed. Law about manure called to attention. It Athens not the classic City but. The City which boasts of being the Only the entire South Xvi Hout flies. This the ambition and cat that has been set by some of the Actie and far seeing civic lenders of this Community and in the hop that this May be realize 1 people of Athens nov Sal id co operate movement that will a health Center beyond nil dispute. Recently a clean la pm week Vns observed in Athens it Wilth time the people of Tho were to to remove All trash and dirt that had accumulated. Rome. It Raj sorted. Did their a duty. In quot this connection it pointed Ouk by the far seeing and Athens ambitious citizens that in the town �?z1mri, to Xvan the re Pututlin of being i to inquire the Only quot Fly Ces City in the quot South special attention must be payed to the Burns and stables City of car Here the place where Tolfe Flics Are Hryc did. The Law of this Point that Between april 1 and december i it unlawful for any Pierson to allow and accumulation of manure. Either horse or Cox to remain on Lead the congregation in Community san Cong. Tho song sender of the sunday night session was splendid although the director Only arrived shortly before the service and did not have time to organize. Or. P. Morgan sp9ko,8undgy morning at the Central Presb Yosfi in Church and. T r. �?T0.\campbell Morgan at the first Baptist Church. Of loved in Man. 1 to taking. The second verse 1 of a the twelfth chapter of he brews or. G a comp Beni. Morgan 8unday. Night waa the author and Perfecto died on the Crosa Ahamed and enduring the quot gain a Yunga of Aln piers Ngol Nat themselves because he believed in god and Man and the ultimate recovery of the Huniu n soul. The verse he used reads quot looking unto Jesus the author and al Fiaher of Faith who Joy that was ret before him endured the Cross despising its shame and it ast Down at the right hand of the throne of the whole argument of the word quot looking a can but Aee that vision Jesus we forget All the encumbrances and do not of melt the easily the preacher declared. A a per King a Nithe verse in Deuteronomy a the secret things belong unto the l6rd and Tho reviled things for Atid tour children quot or. Morgan sunday morning de dared inn the t no harm in in jul ring secret things. Quot the very grandeur and mysteries of the Christian Faith constitute a perpetual Challenge to investigation,�?T1 he said. Everything ready i for re opening of a eared Star la a a by stage All set for the re sumption tuesday of the near Eastern peace conference which was so dramatically ended last conference Circle anticipated Convene monday final plans for raising $250,000 memorial fund to be discussed in meet ing. A j Atlanta Gay having secured South wide endorsement of plans for pushing the Stone Mountain Confederate. Memorial through the governors states or. Their representatives and assurances that financial and moral support from these states would be forthcoming at the proper time the executive committee of the Stone Mountain memorial association will begin immediately a to georgians for $250,000 with which a to finance Tho beginning of the work it ,�?~waa.�?T announce in committee meeting monday. To that the United states a May play the leading role before Falls on the last act with Tho final scene either the sign Long of a peace compact or the renewal of War. A in the Public i Tnp the prospective importance of the United state in Tho present. Conference ascribed to the turkish parliament recent gratification1 of Tho sch Castor Concession granting extensive rights for the construction of Rall Road throughout a Turkey and the Mineral properties n a zone within Twenty kilo Matero on either Side of Tho projected rail. Way line. France and great Brittain both Are looking at this con cession a with suoning cacs and economic subjects will form on of the a Biff issues in Between the juries and theallic. countries in a Opp so inhere. A the outa Tandine feat Row of did resumed conference the a cd cml nation of. Soviet Russia. The. Cor respondent of the associated l re. Learns that Moscow diplomatically sought on invitation the conf Crenco but that thu inviting Powers great Britain France Ana Italy returned a pol to negative. A Rorr it Commerce chamber of adds its approval to help the producer t f food. A Hearty of Market which opens Here May .5 was Givert. By directors of the Athens chamber of comm Pride monday morning. 1 j w civ Frankel Wabl by Hotd one Day cych Wack on lir oed strict Between College go nuo. And Lumpkin. Or Bessie Battey Troutman a formerly Jot Rome who. Haa successfully operated have right Man Haa a right to inquiry he said. A the spirit of revolt the secret of. All silent Loicl there Arete a secret things which no Man understands he said. But Liy obeying the Law of the revealed things the secret things Are found to be working in Harmony. A Sailor does not understand tar the or her lot linger than one week. A �?zc.,Rel of wind but he knows this Law it said and hoists his sails the boat a will i j a rfcs with it pull no a he Fri Oval by the wind. That it al Elution ment. Fednerd court again in. Session Federal court re convened monday. Morning and took up of ruses. Trial of Ca Sei involving Volution of the pro ibo a Jiris Lnu a Ili probably a to kit a up the greater part of the courts session Toji Veek wins $20000 in 20 minutes �lcn-8ir Leonard Mitcheli you debt won 120.100 in Twenty minutes play it Montecarlo and took the next train for Home. A a t several the Athens i presbyterian churches will attend the meeting of the presbyterian in do Ron of Eton Day and thursday among thie Elberton for the meeting Athens will be mrs. Audi j Morton who to vice president d. Thomas treasurer and Active . Paul Holliday who Secretary of a he Young Peoples worker a and several others. A or. Jones train �e6erte0 by fireman uoui8xille. . Suddenly insane. Ellis leaped fro t Ragine of a passenger train a a or he be and disappeared. A j it a Dies at Bostwick a a a or. Claude a Jones of Bostwick a one of the most prominent men and leading Citron of that Section died sunday night. Or. Jones a Well known in Athens where he visits quite often and the news of his death will be received Here with genuine survived by his wife and on brother of South Carolina book6 to be finished in 203k ,ix>.vix>.v--t�ic�?T Royal commission on historical monuments a set of Book which win be finished in 2034. Obeying try Law of. The revealed to make the secret things work. .Nxan�obeysthe Law re it \ tied he a brought into relation the god. And i mys t cries quot he held. Albany a a Over the top waa Tho report of the workers big chamber of Commerce reorganization drive. A total of 834 r i bars had1 been secured at that Tima and a 50 was the minimum number desired the Gool was passed with a Good margin to spare. It the Earnest desire of the Campaign committee total of 800 be i ached and it confidently expected. Tubac this will be. Done be fore the drive declared at end. A it i j. P. By la a Tyne. Of the. An Ericon City Bureau a charge of that Pabi Palgon. A declared that the a Caird a. Id by the work cd a has been re three curb markets Market master and a assembling Dent. Hilt t. William floor county agent will be superintendent. The producers a of vegetables and other products for Sale on the Market will not be charged one Penny for. The privilege of Selling at the curb Market the Market being opened in order to Mako it. Easier for Farmers to sell their fir Ducc to Athens housewives and t believed will Lead to making this City the atari citing Center grown in Northeast Georgia Tariff a body wont docket toil be quot for rehearing. Assurance Given to fwd Asin Notony Peanut grow Era of the South have for the Prcz Cut it won Prex ent Tho the vegetable Oil schedule tips Tho Fordney Mccumber. Tarif pct i. chairman Marvin. Of Tho untied 8tates Tariff. Commission has Pyonk sed W.,.wcbb, of Hahira,-gia., president of quot the Amark an Billips Phiniz pro a Ideth of local. Glub elected by directors monday officer chosen rotary an Bui ups Phinizy was elected president of the Athens club at a meeting of the Board of directors held monday for the electing the officers for the ensuing year. Other officers chosen at the meeting were b. F. A Hardemon Joe Billing Secre. Tary and j. L. Sexton treasurer. Them will be installed st the regular meeting to a be held wednesday when the . Have its luncheon meeting at the linger. Longer Lodge the new. Board of Dir rotors of the club follows c., d. Flanigen Gordon jr., d. A Ryther James -.White. A e. of jr., Bui ups Phinizy and a p. Hardeman. I Peanut growers association not Evert to docket the Caco for a hearing without notice and without giving Tho growers a Chance to Register protests. .it-.claimed by or. Webb and a those pm Tho request ii n. Her ing regarding the sch Duicie we a filed h manufacturers of. Soup anxious. To reduce Tho Tariff so a to admit foreign oils which would to so curable it greatly less com. / or Webb declared hint eve ii the reopening of Tho schedule a a nil frighten cause them abandon it the planting of ,.he.declared� had Eft do it possible for the Farmers tot thu South to Prosper Despoto Tho varying Purtee of Cotton and Iho depredation of the Boll Weevil. The growers of peanuts Are democrats but in this Chier gency Tiro acting in consonance with thu Southern Tariff Asso action Tho arc Ite publican and which believes in a High protective Tariff. Democrats in cd Fogress Declaro the Southern Farmers mistaken and predict that they wiil find it foreign Market Ava Teble for their surplus of Tho High rates of the to Riff. They declare that the effect of thu turf was demonstrated to the Sor Row of the a Farmers when the muddied emergency to urls Xvi a Deal sad for their Benefit and the effect of which it to nov admitted was disadvantageous to the producer of the South. But the democratic Wermers Are completely a a old respecting the Benefit of Tho Tariff rates on vegetable oils and Asch la declares that the Price of peanuts a this. Sproha contrasted Gal not the Price last Fallass argument enough for him and his associates. Harris officer negro teachers association professor Sam Harris principal of. The. Athens Industrial High school coloured elected vice presiden from the state at Warec a closing session of too Georgia state teachers and edit rational association in Atlanta saturday thi association held a thru cd Day session in Atiana last week which attended by a Large number of coloured teachers and Suca tors from toe various. Schoofs c i quite Large pamper Grant to the Convy nth a a j fron/atit-1 a or. J a. Stewart, b. Hiil and u. commissioner of a Kif cation Hohti Tigirt wore among the prominent speakers. Every outlier person in Athens vent to Relig our gathering sunday morning and night. Cafty every other person in Athens went to Church sunday. This i toe of the Artemi acc it Xarious. Churches made by representatives of the different denominations. Services held it ail the churches attracted Large every building where a religious Nervio was held was packed to overflow the closing session of the first methodist Church revival was held sunday of ghz Rex or. Good i Drew Alfaige crowds to his services and Thot singing of Justin Lawri delighted the towns. It believed that ten thousand people Hurc Bea in ath Sens sunday my Riog a4 i

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