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Athens Messenger (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Athens, Ohio 5 oc1ety- local news Bood program planned the members of the Higley class my their wives will be guests of Deborah class at the or regular Meetins thursday evening at 7 30 Belock in the basement of the Christian Church. An excellent program has been prepared including a play a the misses Kringle leap year party. Special music by a mixed quartet lad a ladies quartet. Refreshments will be mrs. Hal Murphy is at Home from i several Days visit with relatives in Logan. Mrs. C. W. Gross Morris Avenue. Will be hostess to the Priscilla Needle club thursday afternoon at 2 30 o clock. Mrs. N. P. Vickers has had As her guest for several Days her brother or. E. P. Cope of Akron. He Bas returned to that City. Or and mrs. A. A. Josten motored Bere from Columbus yesterday and remained until today the guests of or. And mrs. J. A. Rowan. Panama feels 39 earthquakes a year a a a Ancon c. Z. By mail a a a our Hundred and Twenty a nine earthquakes tremors a have been recorded by the a seismographs of the Pana a a canal since their in a spallation eleven years ago a according to a report issued j Hydro Grapher. A Inis is an average of 39 a per year. One Hundred and a thirty six had their centres a of disturbance from la to a 200 Miles from the observe a Tion station and 120 were a from 200 to 500 Miles Dis a Tant. None of the disturb a ances has caused injury to a the canal though Many a were plainly Felt by the peo a pie of the canal zone and a Panama. Another bit most everything or. P. G. Dewier is again Able to be out after a four weeks illness with pleurisy and resultant troubles at his Home on Church Street. A a Joe Woodruff of Toledo was greeting his former Home acquaintances in Athens tuesday. He is a brother of mrs. C. Pierce to Poplar Avenue Rev. And mrs. U. March mrs. J a Mure miss Lucile Duffee and miss Bernice Roach Are attending the state Christian Endeavor Cen Ventin in Columbus. The Deborah class of the first Christian Church will have a social meeting thursday evening at 7 of clock to which All members of the class and members of the Higley class Are invited. Or. Fred Elliott of Albany who has been in a Hospital in Columbus for the past 4 weeks and underwent a severe surgical operation will return Home monday. He is very much improved. Or. And mrs. Gilbert Courtney Helen Bradfield have returned to Chauncey from a wedding trip. They visited Niagara Falls new York City and returning Home spent some time in Springfield and Columbus. A aah major and mrs. S. Johnson Morris Avenue have As their House guests for the week or. And mrs. B. H. Kerr and four daughter of Newport. Mrs. Kerr and mrs. Johnson Are Sisters. Margaret Sprague accompanied by Frances Pickering went yesterday to Mcarthur to spend the remainder of the week visiting at the Home of or. F. V. Lantz and with other relatives of the Little miss Sprague. Or. Robert Davidson of Logan accompanied his wife yesterday to Athens from a Columbus Hospital where she underwent a surgical operation. Mrs. Davidson will remain several weeks at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Tom Littler while recuperating. Or. And mrs. Henry Vanmeter of Aaron came yesterday for a stay in Athens county of several weeks. They Are now guests of the former s brother Frank Van meter of Shannon Avenue but will shortly go to Carthage township to visit with or. And mr3. Henry Swartz. By Harold d. Jacobs United press staff correspondent san Francisco calif., june 23.�?the Mcadoo candidacy bearing Marks of rough treatment and who the irrevocable Brick still tied about its neck was Back from its premature watery grave today Ard was meowing As loudly As Ever about the democratic backdoor. Every time its tormentors stoned it to death and they include William g. Mcadoo himself the candidacy just naturally turns up again and its friends and protectors Hasi ily unpack the old Pul motor shoot a Little oxygen into it and its As Good As new. Each Day the outward signs indicate More and More plainly that Mcadoo and his personal friends Are determined that he should neither acquire the nomination nor have it thrust upon him. Tor instance Daniel c. Roper who was to have been drum major for the Mcadoo band Wagon out Here has cancelled his hotel reservations apparently accepting his former chiefs verdict As final. Mcadoo is the most astute politician in the country. He realized that he would be in the same position As general Leonard Wood at Chicago that is that All of his opponents would unite at the Start to eliminate him. Because of the two thirds Rule in democratic conventions Tho chances were All in favor of his rivals deadlocking the convention against him and forcing his withdrawal in View of this he and his chief advisers decided that the Way to defeat this strategy was to let the other candidates deadlock themselves then with the convention impasse Mcadoo would come Forward As a a a compromised candidate or a a dark horse or what you will tipping the convention Over into a landslide. All of the foregoing of course is the merest surmise on the part of persons who refuse to believe Mcadoo is sincere in his retirement from the race but Many political observers see in it the essence of logic and some of the Wise ones were circulating about the lobbies last night quietly offering even Money on Mcadoo a nomination. Minneapolis Minn june 23. A miss Elly Hope Anderson a mysterious woman in Black from Minneapolis a prepared today to return to new York City to add her mite of information concerning those surrounding Joseph b. Elwell. Murdered whist expert and turf Man. Miss Anderson was with Victor von Schegel while Elwell von Schlegell a divorced wife and a party dined at a nearby table the night of the murder. Silo previously told of the apparent pleasantry when Elwell and von Schlegell met on the dance floor. She and von Schlegell arrived at her Home shortly before to o clock the evening of the murder miss Anderson said. The next morning she breakfasted with him at his apartment. Miss Anderson said she started for the train to Minneapolis immediately after breakfast. A it was on the train that i first Learned of or. Elwell a death a a she said today. A a newsboy came in crying All about the Elwell a i do not see Why they called me the a mystery woman a a she protested today. A i was Here All the time ready to Tell what i knew if anyone cams and asked miss Anderson said she first met von Schlegell at a Tea Given by mrs. Esther Lee Sutton new York City and later Learned he was a former neighbor in Minneapolis. Tastes differ and the weather seems to have Little difference. Bid morning the m. E. Man met a barefooted Little boy and Only a Short distance behind him was a Little girl carrying a Muff in which her paddies were warmly inserted. She was not barefooted. Auto theft the jury in the William breaker Auto theft Case returned a verdict of guilty after a deliberation of Only j Twenty minutes this morning. The defense will move for a new trial. It is reported that contractor Fred Reeker expects to shortly begin the paving of Carpenter Street and High Street from state to Carpenter. Stakes for the improvement have been placed by City Engineer Bibbee when Carpenter Street is paved from Congress to Lancaster with a More suitable Grade heavy traffic in that Section of the City is expected to result. This Street will then be used As a Short Cut from Lancaster Street Down into the Center of the City avoiding the dangerous curves at the Carr Corner and the statue Street Corner. Thirty five cent sugar and incomes not in proportion. For instance in Athens woman advertised yesterday for a laundress to care for her hotel Linen and the begged to have the and taken out this morning because she had had a score of applicants. Many Athens housewives have been doing their own laundry work with electric Washer in the past year or More and Are paying for their machines by applying the Money they formerly paid a laundress. The excavation for the Tunnel of Tho University heating Plant system on University Terrace is now under real headway and to All appearances a veritable Panama canal is being constructed for Many feet in front of the agricultural building and Ellis Hail. To prevent caving of the deep excavation heavy timbering is being done. Borne encouraging drops in the Price of lumber have been noted in the local building Trade in the past few weeks. Some lumber has fell Enas much As $25 per thousand. These drops were taken to be the result of Little building on account of the High prices altho the neural run of smaller orders has been very Spring fever is not a disease but simply a sign that Many body cells have become tired or Lazy after the stress of Winter conditions. Such cells need to be nourished and fed not whip i Ped into temporary activity by so heavy. Further reductions will called father John mean that Many people will build houses who have been holding off. Archie Dailey who formerly lived at sugar Creek and was arrested at Akron and Brot to Athens on a no support charge preferred by his wife Roxie Dailey has been bound Over to common pleas court in the court of Justice Helwig. Dailey is now in the county jail awaiting a Bondsman. Because of some of the conditions entering into the Case Justice Helwig had no alternative but to bind Dailey Over to the higher court. Unless Bond is furnished he will remain in the county jail until next fall. East state Street became another court Street last evening As far As parked autos Are concerned. Scores and scores of machines were Laid up alongside the curbing while their owners and occupants were taking in the Street carnival at the Brick Plant Yards. Two prominent Farmers Raymond Walker and George Earhart a were talking on court Street this morning about farm conditions in general in Alexander township where their interests Are now largely entered. Or. Walker and his brother Are developing a splendid Dairy Herd on Tho old Armstrong place which they purchased and or. Earhart is bringing the Hibbard farm out of the kinks and has Many acres planted this year for the first time in years. Earheart this morning complained that the groundhogs were getting All his mulberries and Walker said the Robins get terribly angry at him when he trios to pick any of his own cherries. Earheart was run out of his Mulberry Orchard the other Day by a ferocious groundhog. E i i lashes i s 5 Antiseptic i i St. Paul. Minn., june 23.�? Jacob a. O. Preus easily Defeated Healing i or. Henrik Shipstead National non partisan league candidate for the put Wner 11 Republican nomination for Gover wet s j nor. Virtually Complete returns j from the state primary elections z indicated today. I j l. C. Hodgsen mayor of St. Paul 5 won the democratic nomination for j governor Over a Field of seven g aspirants these returns indicated. Ii representative j. Volstead auth 1 or of the prohibition enforcement Quot j act was Defeated for Tho Republican nomination for Congress by i Rev. A. J. Kvale National non 2 partisan league candidate today s i returns indicated. Volstead a de feat was credited to alleged quo a stations from him that he had no i i Iii ii it i Iii objection to Light wines and Beers. An absorbent soothing and Healing Antiseptic dusting powder for dressing cuts wounds sores and skin irritation. 25c a can record time was made in the trial of William breaker of the Plains today in common pleas court. Breaker was charged with taking and driving away a touring car belonging to Alva Chilcote of Hocking valued at $500. The jury in the Case which was speedily secured from the regular venire without trouble was As follows John Norris. Louis Nixon a. Marquis John Fleming. Tubeo Rowles Edgar Jones h. L. Baker o. C. Howard Elmer Poston h. J. Radcliffe Irvin Nanna and Jesse Gilkey. The state charges that on april 28 last William breaker took the car of Chilcote from Hocking and drove it to Columbus where it was left and later recovered by the Columbus police and restored to Chilcote two younger boys were with breaker Denver breaker 15, his Nephew who lives at Chauncey and Vance Dou Irlam. 17. Of the Plain. Both Douglas and Denver breaker on the stand declared that William breaker too the car and that they accompanied him in the machine to Columbus. The defense while Chilcote was testifying endeavoured to offer evidence to show that Chilcote had no complaint to make when he Learned who had taken the car. The defense offered no testimony and there were no pleas and following the charge of the judge the Case went to the jury before noon. The coming of the electric washing machine must be hard on women who Are willing and eager to add something to the family Treasury these Days thru doing laundry work. Such work demands a fancy Price these Days and the Money is the suit for cancellation of a deed Brot by Catherine Masten against Elva Glass was dismissed in common pleas court this morning at the Cost of or. Masten. The Martin Aetna life insure anti ease set for trial next monday a again been heard on motion and As a result of the ruling of judge worst will be heard on a later Date on amended pleadings. Recognizing the Active and efficient Effort of congressman i. Foster in securing the enactment of the Fuller Bill increasing the pensions of civil War veterans to a minimum of 960 per month and their widows to a minimum of $30 per month and a Liberal increase in the pensions of Spanish War vet plans the Columbus Golden Post no. 89, g. A. R., has unanimously adopted a Resolution expressing their thanks and gratitude to or. Foster whose efforts More than any other one Man had the Bill released from the committee and brought to a vote in the House. The increase has solved the problem of making both ends meet of Many veterans whose ability to earn a living has Long since gone into the discard. Tomorrow in criminal court the Case of Charles Palmer of Dover township charged with receiving stolen goods will be tried in com Mon pleas court. On Friday the famous Ross Howard murder Case is up for final decision. Medicine helps nature repair and rebuild tissue. It contains no drugs nor alcohol. Hence it is a builder not a bracer. It is a food Medicine not a Mere tonic. In use for Over sixty years. Placards Are out announcing the Ball game Between the new Athens team and Glouster to be played at Ohio Field thursday afternoon of this week. If the attendance justifies the thursday afternoon games will Continuo thru the summer. Joy tvs How to get rid of your rheumatism if it is chronic or muscular rheumatism All you need is to Massage the affected parts with Chamberlain s liniment. You Are certain to by pleased with the Relief which it affords. The Plains the affidavit filed against a k. A m. Conductor for holding a train on the Union Street crossing about sixteen minutes on monday was withdrawn yesterday and there will be no further proceedings in the mat ter. The affidavit was filed by to irate business Man whose Busty or. And mrs George Gabriel or were the thursday evening supper guests of mrs. Ollie Sommers in Nelsonville. Or. And mrs. Elza Mcgraner of Athens were the sunday guests of or. And mrs. Zone Courtney. Mrs. Arthur Coon was the monday guest of mrs. Colonel Locke in Athens. Miss Daisy Burchfield of barns Ville now attending Ohio University was the Over sunday guest of her Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Arthur Burchfield. Or. And mrs. O w. Shaffer of Athens were the sunday guests of or. And mrs. Harry Moore. Clarence Powell of Pomeroy is Here on business. Several from Here attended the children a Day exercises at the factory m. E. Church. A Well arranged program was rendered. Despite the inclement weather a Large crowd was present. Or. And mrs. George Gabriel jr., called on mrs. Sanford Shaw at Union one evening last week. Gladys end Billle Boring have gone to Springfield where they have employment. Or. And mrs. Arthur Coon or. And mrs. Harry Nichols and two children Charles and Francis were sunday guests of or. And mrs. Oscar Knowlton near Albany the Zion sunday school members Juch food and wholesome nourishment petted. Ten sunday schools Are to participate. A program will by rendered in the Forenoon and a Basket dinner at noon. All kinds of refreshments will be on the ground. Prof. Bert Thompson of Athens will make an address in the afternoon. Impatience is causing delay Chicago june s3.�?�?oimpatience of All parties concerned is causing a delay in the decision of the rail Road labor Board judge in bar. Ton chairman declared today. A we Are giving our Best efforts to this Gigantic task Quot he said. A it involves the fixing of hundreds of Scales and tables and is a difficult and confusing judge Barton declared the do vision is in sight but he could not say definitely whether it would be Quot title week next week or the following week Quot i remember we Are the sole agent in Athena for i. H. C. Repairs. Do not coopt substitute. Buy the genuine i. H. C. Repairs and they will fit Deering Mccormick Milwaukee a have a limited Supply of Standard 8i3al Binder twin let a Supply you our prise is right. Phone 241 Home of caloric Iii it inn mind a Mit Fimi two i proposed to increase it taken up today Massillon june 23.�?City officials met with a. C. Blinn and other officials of the Northern Ohio traction company in conference Over the proposed new rates to take care of Wafe increases recently granted employees Early today. No conclusions were reached and the conferences will be re summon a few Days. And t d i Price gouges Are indicted new York june 23.�?indictments were returned by a Federal grand jury Here today against Gim Bel Brothers Frederick a. Gimbel Joseph j. Dowell and Charles d. Slawter. Member of the firm Char ing profiteering in menus clothing sold by the Gimbel Brothers department store Here. There were 207 counts in the indictments. The Athens messenger Quot of Lucy Coupon How to get it 98c for the Mere nominal Cost of manufacture and distribution coupons and secures this new authentic dictionary bound in Black flex Ible Seal Grain illustrated with full pages in color and duotone. In present or mail to this paper i three coupons with ninety eight cents to cover Cost of handling packing clerk hire Etc 07$ add Loi posts. Mail up to 150 nibs .07 orders up 0 Joo Mil to will be for Fretter distances. Ask Portress Tate in j filled less dictionaries in one Aii that Wauriw published to a us a a it a Quot a a �?~t1 Athens business men were being solicited today by a committee from the retail merchant organization of the City for funds to finance a huge reception for summer school students in the near future. The committee started to canvass the business Section of the City shortly before noon and within a Short time had collected a fund of considerable proportion enough to guarantee the Success of the undertaking. It was planned to hold a reception for the summer students at Ohio Field on next Friday evening but this plan has miscarried and the reception will be held Friday evening. July 2, a week from next Friday evening. On Friday evening of thin week a monster y. W c. A. Meeting will i be held for the newcomer and after this service the first meeting of the summer literary society will be held both will attract hundred11 of students. 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