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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - April 1, 1923, Athens, Ohio Of pages Zub to Day a i c rage in the Wea of. Xviii no. 106. Athens. Ohio sunday Al Uii. 1,1923. at Athena to Foi Tsitir a a Ina Clima mail Matin eastertide is ushered y wholesale killing or with i ing of s Mundt in Rray Lii Nehf ii i nun ii warmer. S single copy five in the Ruhr of workers Diplomat Vehine gun and bayonets figure in bloodshed. Glance Ani hatred ablaze. It break of warfare easter is great fear. On Terlin. Mar. 31.�?a in Essen at. To o clock Tho Gorman dead at i wounded at 37, in to kick upon Krupp works earlier a Tho Day. Four of the wounded pc. In Tho course of the Day the be cram stated. Woodrow Wilson once again mentioned for presidency charges plot aviation doll makes Bow expecting to make talks in the 1924 Campaign. His physicians Are optimistic. By s. P. Weyer 1. N. S. Staff correspondent is san. Mar. 31�?tension in the or was at fever pitch tonight lowing on attack by French sol upon a group of Kru pakers resulting in the Tleatha of lit germans Tho fatal wounding three others and injuries to to 40 others. There w Ere no from cd casualties j Nett troops supported with a Chine gun had occupied the Upp motor lorry garage. All j workers quit and gathered i out the building hooting jeering cd shaking their tests at the j a Nch. Germans climbed upon a1 la facing the doorways to the rage whore they shouted Epi its at the French soldiers. After being within the building hours the French soldiers i out 20 in number sallied Forth. J gored by the threatening Atti i we of the germans the French timbered the machine gun. Wit uses claim that about Jive of Tho pliers opened fire with rifles but i a National now table to confirm Jot weapons Wert Sci m is of horror. As the gunfire swept Tho crowd. Germans began to run some of in dropping beneath the storm bullets. Most of Tho victims continued from first Page Irwin la. Laughlin shown Here Jis mentioned As the next american i minister to i t Cee. Ile was recent my appointed a Regent of the Smith ionian Institute and served As Conns Tor to the american embassy at London. Boom for re election said to be under Way. Is Sale of Bonds by Willia m to. In to Hinson it i. N. S. Staff correspond it copyright 1 923, by i. N. A Washington March 31.�? Woodrow Wilson whom the world has considered a hopeless in Ali for Tho last four j ears has made j such miraculous strides toward the recovery of his health As to insure his Active participation in the 192 1 j presidential Campaign International news service Learned tonight. The former president has so far regained his health an to be Avail Jable not Only 3s an advisory Leader to the democratic forces but to j May even take the platform for a a Public speeches during the ram Bonds amounting to 8367, clans recently decided Tho former president was Ruggi i enough physically to undertake the speech splendid physical in a pro vement noted by friends. Famous hostelry is sold by founder to company. Change is made saturday night. Lurk face summer of hard labor. President and Daugherty Jet together for talk. John a. Hastings state senator from Brooklyn. Charge s that drugs \ aim d at 3 2090 found among ids effects were a planted Quot by a certain faction seeking to discredit him. I i la it u i m i i in i l 1 11 Franki it mar. 31. Four French military were killed n rhenish Bavaria Coal train vats i railway workers a Kelila Fierstadt. Today when a railed. Aviation dolls Are the h originated them is shown Parachute leap. I a test. Gladys Roy daredevil a int fix a it Here holding on a. She Lias record for Low nothing but tue Best bonded liquor for the sick Haynes by Giorgi in Holmes i \. S. Stall t St. Al i Stine fin., March 31 president Harding brought to n conclusion tonight lits stay of nearly four weeks in Florida and started northward. Accompanied by most of the members of ids original vacation party the chief executive left St Quot j Augustine by special train for Augusta h i., where a Stop of Severn Days will be made before his return to Tim White Lions. Both the president and mrs. Harding left Florida in much better health than they entered it. The Sallow complexion and the tired Nuj tragedy has Elf cd 975 Are sold by Athens Board. The efforts of the Athens Board of education to secure f kinds with which to build a new ii la retool i building and a West Bidi Grade school building were crowned vital Success at to raft Quot saturday Ere said to w. J j. Slaton amp co., of Toledo. On its Premium bid of $1171. Of the total amount. 9 Lul j$387,975 Worth of Bonds service was officially just employed. By a. It. Atkins i. No s. Staff correspondent Washington March 31.�?a making task and would not object j Campaign to insure the Sale or to it if or. Wilson was so inclined. I nothing but the Best bonded liquor party talk created for the sick was announced to missioner Ileayn a recently has had Pear Ama South which the president Brot by n left. On a Don ii protests from important sources Golf courses and Rivers Over which disclosing information that ref upon the integrity of supposedly honest druggists. They Are not Only under sushi Ion but their records Are being ire fully examined it ions Are Only the a Flie remarkable improvement in n prohibition commissioner lt1,Ethe or. Wilsons condition has eve beginning of a much larger attempt is is View of latest visit to English soil. >$343,423 is for the erection of both buildings and $22,350 is for rho Pur pose of a silo for the West fide building and Tho equipment of to a. New structures. The Board of education has been j up against hard Luck All Winter Iii endeavouring to secure the Money for these badly needed educational facilities. The original Bond Issue approved at the november election i had to be abandoned As it was with in Tim 15 Mill limit and not outside As was intended. Then state in spectres condemned the Central building and manual training building for use under the present circumstances thus creating an emergency and giving Tim Board the right to Issue the needed Bonds under the emergency clause. The Small Premium scoured is due to the fact that the Bond Market is rapidly falling it is said and the bid of w. L. Slaton amp co. Was the Only bid of five submitted that could be accepted. The plans and specifications for the buildings have been approved and the contracts Tor their erection will be advertised at once. Melt Durd talk in. The Narty sinner Haynes. Most circles that the former Prest i the new drive Dent May be a candidate again. It i waa stated at looked Friggis tsp was said that if air. Wilson can who do a Ute a bonded whisk pm aria. Demonstrate to Tho Public his phys j it at enormous profits ranging up duties of a presidential Campaign to 500 per cent. Haynes order and to carry out the duties of the that All medicinal liquor shall be office his nomination would be assured. His closest advisers for continued on rage two it i la t ii of in 5$ disk Ujj Vul Vii Jiu Viiu Ilia Gill >31 Clit Onda sold Caj Ai Siuy undergo the arduous Klum crosses Are burned in hearts of Youngstown and Dayton. Bottled in Bond will be followed up according to the announcement by an energetic Roundup of phar maoists who get whiskey on govern Nunt permits and then Quot doctor Quot the contents so As to deceive almost every one except an experienced i chemist. J orders will he Given to state pro a Hibi Tion directors and to division a1 enforcement chiefs to make a careful Survey of the existing lists of druggists permitted to dispense j liquors on doctors prescriptions land to Weed out from those list All who May be found to engage in the i unprofessional methods now made tile basis of wide complaint. Com the diam Iii tiles druggists who cabe directed it have deliberately fooled the Public prohibition commissioner Haynes believes that every possible consideration must to Given to Tho sick who need medicinal liquor when their own physicians by ill-1 administration Gnosis have deemed it Wise for them to red pc that sort of treatment. By David m. Church i. No s. Staff correspondent London March 31--possibility Ruhr intervention a Tsing from Inch sources was be n Here to i get in the London it t of Louis i ouch eur former Freni h minister r liberated regions my leading a Neh economic expert although m. Loue heur is coming sensibly upon a private business sit International be a service Arn cd from a reliable source in pm Omatto circles that los real move is to explore British Public minion and to consult British Fin x to i i Pele upon the salinity of Brit time and Telephone so participation in an Lite nation numbers go into loan for Germany. M. Loue heur is regarded As Lead Quot of the opposition to Premier Lineare in French to Hies. It is understood that he sent experts of Jis own choosing into tie Ruhr to a German Mills and nines with it German cooperation. Payton of. March two Aerial bombs were exploded right o or Tho heart of Dayton tonight promptly at 9 of clock. I no mediately thereafter a larg. Aery Cross erected in Liberty Park at the intersection of third and St Cair Street burst into flames. It burned for nearly an hour. To erected Tho Cross and set off Tho bombs is not known. No one j a y anything to attract attention about the Corner or Park so far As i the police were Able to learn. Steubenville Clay Plant starts with 60 cents an hour. President Parsons elected head of College association. Coll Miu effect. A March 81. The bombs for a few minutes i president Edward s. Parsons were thought to be due to the air j Marietta College was he i Ted i plane activities hero during the Dent of the Ohio College Atolia Vve a but when the fiery Cross was i Tion in the concluding ass Ion of seen right in the business District j Tho convention hero today lie sue easter for co co i. Us bus. March. 31 sunday will be a Busy Day Lumbus folks. Resides participating in or watch ing Tho Quot easter Parade Quot going to h or the movies of both residents will renew their sex a was an International loan to Peri Eneo of observing Minny to assist Berlin in paying Sav in so Pijue. Which Paratinos to Franco. I was then effective at Midnight tonight and decided upon his Rendon visit. I will begin calling some of the new the theory was advanced that kit Kins planners or sympathizers were responsible. Stern in. Loue heur is said to have be churn me convinced that the Only Solu local 3e French statesman j awful that 22,of vision of the Ruhr would react Quot hid favourably upon franc of term-1 fat of upon a Mission of is own to cd u certain to what extent British hers. Linkers would Aid an in emotional an for Germany. Youngstown. March 31.�? excitement reigned Here for a Short Tim As six giant fiery crosses appeared High Over the City in widely separated districts at to p. In. The Daylight i deafening Roar of huge Aerial becomes bombs sent tip simultaneously with the crosses caused Many Telephone inquiries at police Headquarters Fri Noti Sailor in Lui Bell Telephone numbers and newspaper offices As to where go into effect sunday. The explosion took place. The Dis i Donee party lines Are affect play the second of its kind was the change in a phone nuni i evidently handled by a committee the company explained thai of thu flux Elan As no crowd the new method of numbering. Was teen in the environs of the Whir places All existing a phone i City. Numbers under 8,001, makes it coeds or. W. W. Boyd of Vav co Lugo for women Oxford. Or. A. G. Carls president of Defiance College was elected vice president of the association succeeding Dean c. J. Schatzger Wittenberg College Spring feb id. Or. A. I. Mead and or. C. B. Austin both of Ohio Wesleyan University Delaware were re elected As Secretary and treasurer respectively of the Ohio College association. The association adopted resolutions sending greetings to president Harding supporting any me a aures that United states May take to prevent future wars and favouring the substitution of judicial approval and consideration for the settlement of International disputes by to. S. Miller i. N. S. Staff Corn Sponden Stei bin Villa Ohio March is adoption of the Henry Ford plan of a minimum wage was announced today by the i Quot Nion Clay mfg. Co., of Empire near Here one of the largest manufacturers of Clay products in America. The new wage plan is effective tomorrow and includes every work Man in the Plant numbering 350. The minimum wage hereafter will be sixty cents an hour and the scale for higher priced workmen of will be proportionate. This repress Hents an increase of approximately j 33 1-3 per cent. The common in Bor scale during the past three months has been 40 cents per hour in addition to the big wage in crease Aud him adoption of the new plan it was announce d that Many additional employees will be hired beginning monday. Quot this is an Experiment with us Quot said George m. Myers general Man Ager of the Plant in discussing the announcement with International news service. Quot we have Only a few details of the Ford plan. But they have impressed us so v. We believe it will Benefit them out. Lie has played and cruised in the past few weeks. Ile has acquired a Ruddy cont of Tan and the excellence of his pity j Sincl condition is attested by his capacity for ten Miles of Golf a Day with Little fatigue. Falis Mio work the principal reason for the president Quot working so hard at playing Quot is that he does not expect to get another real vacation before 1 924, the two years of his ahead Promise to he strenuous wit the even More strenuous Campaign Corning toward the close of his term. This summer he faces a hard Western trip. Ile has considered it tin better part of he a Wisdom to get himself in the Best possible physical tril l against even panties. 3 in Stop at Augusta is timing made principally on mrs. Hardings account. Iii physicians were sceptical of an Limmi d in change from summery Florida to Vii Init Wash i in ton and recommended the j Putney North be taken at easy stages. Attorney general Harry m. Daugherty who has be n in and out of Hie presidents party during stay in Florida left tonight for Asheville. N. �?T., where he will Complete his recuperation before returning to Washington in shield. Harding spent a considerable part of his last afternoon Here Quot talking shop Quot with ills attorney general and it is understood that politics formed the chief topic of discussion. If or. Harding harbours any resentment. Or displeasure against the attorney general for the now famous Daugherty announce in ant at Miami it was not. Apparent to observers hero today. To fart the president went out of his Way today to show his affection and esteem for his chief political spokesman. The attorney general walked out of the eighteenth Green today to meet the president at the Colic in Ion of his morning round of pending plans and legislation. Corum bar. Ohio March 31 due to Tim collision bet Wren the big four limited passenger train i and an automobile at Tho Avenue eroding hero Friday i morning resulting in tin b ath of i eight poisons injuring of a score of Passeggi is and wrecking of tin train As Well As demolition of the automobile plans of Tho City govern j meat for elimination of All Loc to Grade Crossings we be seeded up i it is predicted tonight. City l ing inner Simpson today in a flounced that revised plans and estimates of Cost for elimination of Dennison venue crossing involving my in Sylvania. Big four and Hocking Valley railroads May to submitted to Council monday night. J about 100,900 arc available of is i a i/1, for payment of the City s share of the Cost it eliminating the half dozen Grade Crossings Here. Fridays tragedy also it is believed will hasten favourable action in Tho Senate on Tho Fischer Bill it of a j which passed Tho House wednesday St. Augustine i unanimous Yut ionizing the state and counties to eliminate Grade Crossings form main Market roads and inter county highways. E. C. Berry retires from at Active business career. Moro than 30 years of Active hot let management ended for to. C. Berry founder and proprietor of the hotel Berry of Athens saturday night when Tho format trans for of Tho famous hostelry was made by him to Tho Berry hotel co. The t Ransfer w As made in accordance with the contract of several months ago whereby the newly formed Berry hotel co. Was to Purchase tilt hotel from or. Berry on april i for a Price said to de in i excess of $ i of too i the Berry hotel co., which took Over the hotel saturday night has been incorporated with c. D. Hop Kina of Athens president Seward s. Hanford Trimble vice president j. F. Bailey Athens Secretary and treasurer and William m. Richards formerly of Parkersburg manager. These Pion together with William Ruston. A. D. Townsend and Fred it. Bensley All of Athens. Or Ltd the sole owners Ani Board of directors of 11c company. Or. Berry disposed of his entire interest in the hotel to the company so that to can retire from act Tva business. Upon toking Over the hotel Berry c. In Hopkins resident of the company announced the plans Tor greatly enlarging remodelling and rearranging the hotel. Maim get Richards who spent last week familiarizing himself with his new duties also made the announcement that there will be no departure from the usual service of Tho hotel at present except that the serving of sunday evening meals will be resumed next sunday. Cont Iau m on rage two a fast Battle two big men stage spectacular clash Friday afternoon. Prominent defendants in liquor Case ask for review. Golf. It ill8enki Roii in Chi if 11 for m a n y. M a Reb 31. A French Hor upon a French an v motor at was accidentally k led near arc today by a French try. Not Ming Tho French Flag lying Over Etc motor boat the Sentinel tired Hen the Craft refused to halt. Possible to furnish telephones to thousands of applicants who have Beer hid on Tho waiting list for i months Bio to inadequate Facelli i tic s in lla1is&Quot ii is la v mind a con new Haven. Go ii ii., one of the most Ghast unearthed in this of to Light today with t the half nude body of Ingi in in of l j a 0,1 go Muskie of or gip last la of indicated she had by treated. Ii Larch is. Murders Ity was i a Etc finding a irs. Lena by Brick till City Fine. Her Cen by to. Ukr ago March a nor is and Ida Jackson 19, a by to police tonight that two boy friends Quot sure Wert i fellas while they he girls surrendered eight and rings Lour of Gold and opes of pearls which they said but ii a re a son s from John be Kiel Harry Schoen. 19. Aril be i 9 burglaries in which j a proximate $100,000. Of us Syri i Sellers Elyria. Cd. March 31.�?police today were unable to apprehend Peddie a of fake or adulterated Maple syrup which bore Medina and Wellington labels. Several Hundred Gallons of the inf Hor syrup we re fold Here before the police Quot Cere notified. Chappell is adored for Post Coal strike is threatened West of Mississippi fir Wash i no d of. Chappell a mar. 81-. Of Chanute a i Ken. Dad s Dich of Ashland. Cd. Mar. 3.�?ii. In Botts Frt Isit of Chicago is visiting her. To has completed n port Rait t at or int Tion from his i eat Ion. Lier. Ile has completed a portrait of or George t. Harding father if lie president which is intend i i sin prise for tin nation s Chi i vomit Ive on Liis return has ii Cen endorsed by Tho Quot farm bloc Quot in the Senate for appoint intent. As Tho Quot dirt Farmer Quot member of the Federal Reserve boar. A it was annoy need Here tonight. A a Canty a it a the Ion re was is in d by Tho Ltd it ii of Mha in Camp Bell of Michigan. The endorsement of the Quot farm bloc Quot avos communicated t o in is i Dent i Landing in a letter or oui Hen Atar c upper. Republican of Kanous Seattle. Wash. Mar. 31 two thousand Union Coal miners in Washington state were to strike at Midnight As Tho result of refusal by tin operators to renew their agreement with District number ten of the flitted mine workers. The of orators have been pressing for a reduction in wages of $1.50 a Day for certain classes of workers. Half the mine Industry of the state is offered the other half operating on Tho non Union plan. Washington. March 31.�?the National easter fashion Parade with its millions of participants in in i Quot a i j thousands of a it is towns and us to i hamlets will not to marred by the Quot brith of the March Quot lion Quot Accord. Ling to official announce Nunt into tonight by urn United states weather Bureau. Although died among freezing temper lures High winds and even snowfall the weather Bureau declared easter sunday would to considerably warmer in the Eastern half there will be Quot a a creatures Quot to Gre riders during tilt the weather Bureau in answer Indianapolis. Ind., March 81 a review by a. United states court of appeals will be asked by most of the prominent defendants in the Gary liquor conspiracy trial which result d in the conviction of 33 per Bons it was Learned Here tonight. Tim time for filing motions is april 2 a judge f. A. O Ager announced after a verdict was returned against mayor Roswell o Johnson sheriff William ii. Olds City judge William m. Dunn prosecuting attorney Dwight. Kinder former prosecuting attorney Clyde Hunter former sheriff Louis f. Barnes and 49 other citizens of the steel City. Of the 6 2 on trial All were adjudged guilty i,.it Rev in. Glow Ster. March 3.�?trouble Between Riley Morris and George Williams both of whom reside on the Bishopville Pike just across the Road from each other Cam to a Luad in front of Clark s shoe store in this City Friday after noon. Morris hit Williams Knock lug him Piiru the plate Glass window at the shoe store. It is stated that he then pulled Williams Back out and took another poke at him. Bystanders interfered at this stay of the game and Williams who seemed to he badly injured was talc in to the office of i irs. Hanford and Adams win a it his wounds wore dressed his nose was broken and to was also the opinion of the physicians that his Skull was fractured it. Was suggested that Williams be sent to a Hospital for treatment but. Asho objected to going to was taken to his Home later in the afternoon. Saturday morning no report had been received from Williams altho it was stated Friday night that his condition was considered serious. Morris was arraigned before Lav or Gormley Friday night charge of fighting and was $10 and costs amounting in All by Over $ i s. On 1 Finci an attorney with nation pid y a sing arc i the easter Par afternoon Moreau in was a. Of a t u dict i the invest Bend \ girls on girl f began to pre her <1 to i its beg Lenin d to to to or it the a a two id e 2,009,000 boy scout i shins lir f Church spit most extinct Industry. S is an a1 diamonds of ii i feet i a w Hite Vav i i Green Sud Blue. Per h Flash a u ii i was id i n c National be will not be i volition of to in Chicago Park pit Sid night. Dpi rid in. Ign it apr pm far next Mil so. March 31. Of worn n l tilted at the. Rumei la Bor july. Mrs. A to no j be to frantic pleas specially from Tim fair sex tonight declared Quot it will be Clear and fair sunday in the Atlantic East Gulf and Ohio Valley Stales Hie Lowr Lake Region new England and Gen rally East of the Mississippi Riv r. Although it will be abnormally to a sunday morning. There will b rapidly rising temperatures inter in the to it he a party a lid j to i Jos Xvi i Sci Dedic a. N la. Sehr drat the Church i i i Iii lit of a. Six Bishop is of Cleveland w $159,f<00 St ring Vul. May Corporal Given patrolman a pay Columbus. O. March 3l�? police chief French today issued orders demoting Corporal William Kershaw to the rank of patrolman. Kershaw is scheduled to return to the police forint april i Quot following a 30-Day suspension for alleged mis conduct while Lead of us polio vice Aud liquor squad policeman Lari i City federation will sponsor a of Fine thru hit Naif till r the \ a la fed a pm vill find rogue a ��?o7 attractive. And a the one spa so f t no a it today by chief i Nch Kershaw As head of tin Conics a Corporal fund a designate to Niece squad by \

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