Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
9 Apr 1923

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9 Apr 1923

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - April 9, 1923, Athens, Ohio F messenger news and features Are the Best that can be secured today. Lee juiictt0 ice Cenner the weather tonight a capt Chw Tom ii Eimm North portion. Wirmer in it night. Tuesday fair Ami a ai1�?.full leased Telegraph report the International news service. Vol. Xviii no. 113. Athens Ohio monday april 9,1923. St atae a moan As san Cim mail artist single copy three cents. Washington services sunday full excitement. Wilson victim one attack. Acetylene blast wrecks Home kills two to Astor claims that former president was deceived. Try h. Pc. Reynold i. N. S. Staff correspondent Washington april Issue the league nation a in into the forthcoming presidential Campaign by former Justice John j. Clarke the United states supreme court is going to be fought out in the churches As Jurell As Tho political stump. Church members Here in Washington were again taking sides today As they did two years ago following Tho delivery sunday two sermons which invited them to line up for a finish fight Over article to and other much debated International problems presented by the treaty Versailles. Denunciation Hie Paris peace treaty and criticism Woodrow Wilson in a Sermon at tile first con wife murdered Man held today in Eastern Ohio refuses to discuss affair police believe self defense this is All that was left the Wernick Home near Lena 111., after an acetylene lighting Plant in the basement exploded. Robert Wernicke 4, and his Mother mrs. Lena Wernicke 28, were killed and other members the family injured. If Kangaroo court near Rig City has gone out business an order from the state dry chief Cincinnati o., april 9.�?fol-Newton, one a half dozen Rural lowing a report that a f. Medon comte unites thriving the profits Ald state prohibition commissioner Crabbe Awra Ujj into can Cannat had warned Village courts in Mainil ton county declaring that the state which yield fat fees through impose would not tolerate Quot Kangaroo Hon fines has been called by court methods that involved state and Federal dry authorities blackmail extortion Quot planting clone the Bur test Quot Kangaroo Gressional Church last night threw i evidence Quot and use Blank War a courts Sites in Ohio but mayor the audience into what at least one rants by fee basis dry agents new j Ralph Kinney Railroad engineers newspaper today described As a pan ton has quit the business trying denies that alleged a rough stuff the speaker was Tho j Cincinnati liquor Law suspects.1 traced to his deputies led to the de tev. Charles f. Aked London. Cislon to go out business. The mayor has been going out hts run the Railroad three Days s week trying Cincinnati prisoners Hie three other week Days. His sex Stel Renville. . April 9.�? with bullets in his neck and Temple Vincenzo pasqual 37, Mill worker was found dead in bus Home Here shortly before Midnight last night. Ills wife. Rosa. Is held in the county jail suspicion. The woman steadfastly refuses to discuss the shooting. A physician was summoned by mrs. Pasquale and he re ported the matter to the police. The victim s wife was placed under arrest following an investigation by Coroner Bell. Police Are the opinion that Pasquale was shot by his wife during a quarrel. An open razor was found near Pasq Imle s body and pol i is believe that he a Aas shot by his wife when he attacked her with the razor. One Man Ente to do probing Detroit mirk., april t. A a one Man grand jury. Consisting a judge the circuit court will investigate the House David the Colony israelite at Benton Harbor mich., it was Learned today. The hearing probably will be Lichi at St. Joseph Berrien county. Judge Dan Gnudi presiding circuit it ourt judge Saki lie anticipated such a move and that lie probably would be ask rat to name the judge. J new requirements i be in effect very shortly. Students will i i prove Merit him Sim Ith Aem us to wife i. Vacation in South ends after five weeks Golf. Mountains work piled upon desk this morning. . Bishop passes away after Long years in Church by George r. Holmes i. N. S. Staff correspondent Washington april 9�? Back at his desk in Lim White House after Avo weeks strenuous vacationing in Tho South president Harding rolled up his sleeves to plan Atlon the villages retirement Day and plunged headlong into a from the game is pressure bus series tasks which will keep him Ness. Last week two hts deputies were arrested bribery charges police reporting the finding marked Money them. Cd i r Vav / new York and san Francisco who intimated that the former president had permitted himself to be a misled a at the same time . Irving Fisher a member the executive committee the league nations non partisan association was to. Inc a Barge congregation at the foundry methodist episcopal Church that it was Hie Quot Christian duty the to United states to affix Nile with Tim league and that such affiliation could Only be accomplish cd through the churches. Tivix n Hie Rev. . Aked voiced anti league sentiments a richly a Asci woman in the audience lose to her feet with the cry a fall friends Woodrow Wilson will b ale this the aisles the Church immediately became congested As some members the congregation sought to leave the Church while others crowded toward the pulpit. Cries arose from various parts the Church drown ing the voice the minister. Was betrayed . Aked had just characterized Tho Versailles treaty As Quot an in j famous document born secret deliberations and treaties the part the allies which were a betrayal the policies for which Woodrow Wilson As representative America after the uproar subsided he continued his Sermon which was entitled Quot Woodrow Wilson at his bests a tender a Beautiful idealization Tho great failure. Two More traffic victims were claimed in Cleveland bringing total to Twenty five this year Cleveland o., april 9.�?twodrivcn Down Superior Avenue late last night. Tho Driver told police that the Street was so poorly lighted that he did not know there was traffic fatalities marked the weekend in Cleveland bringing the num Ber deaths from this cause for anyone there until he Felt the thud 1923 up to 25. An unidentified when jigs car hit the woman. John woman Between co and 65 years i j. Doyle was killed yesterday after age lies in tile county morgue to noon when to attempted to Cross Day. She was struck by an Auto j Woodland Avenue. British fear the French warfare air made possible by air plane building. People suspect the very worst. Future looks dark peace old world. For loss in past few years thru failures was Small. Ref f in i. Columbus apr. 9.�?announcement that Bank failures in Ohio decreased Over 60 per cent Dur Fig the past year was made today by facials the state banking de rement. The margin risk to the depositor it was said has decreased to 1-833 one per cent during the last five years. Depositors lost Only $833,547 the $6,977,205,110 they deposited in state Bank during that time it was stated. Banking officials attributed the decrease in risk to Ohio s stringent Hanking Laws and to strict enforcement these Laws by state Bank examiners. The liquidation depart ment the Ohio Banks commission was credited for the recovery 72 per cent the resources closed Banks. It was pointed out that while losses to ohioans in Inse cutt investments in other kinds business aggregated Over $102,000,000 the Banks losses totalled Only 7-10 one per cent that amount. Grocers Over there say demand for sweets at ult. Europe a crop sugar beets is very Light. V London april prohibition strangely enough is reacting the British housewife. Recently at the grocery stores she was informed that she would have to pay a Penny More a Pound for her sugar. Her indignant Quot Why a was answer with a shrug. Quot it the a the grocer was merely quoting the words the sugar brokers Mark Lane. They Are charging a Dollar and a half More a Hundred weight and give As the reason that prohibition in America has so increased the american demand for sugar that the Supply is far less than the demand and so up goes Tho Price. A year ago the sugar for brokers assert the consumption sugar in America was 87 pounds per head the population whereas now it is 103 pounds and Likely to increase week by week. Indubitably the experts say that Teeto Taoism creates a craving for Candy. In Scotland in the Quot dry District the Sale Candy is thrice that the Quot wet districts. The Price sugar is Likely to in crease still More for reports from the sugar beet growing districts France and Germany show that the crops this year owing to the weather will be a third less than in Normal times. News it is former Athens Man re fuses to pay a Chiro Fine. First Call meeting Columbus Golden Post will meet at Post room at 3 p. In. Tuesday 10th to make arrangements for funeral Comrade Joseph love. J. L. Pickering p. A a a a a a a a a too a makes turns re til St Pic a a a London april was reported lit German Circle today that louts louche told Premier a. Bonar Law that great Ritan would consent to the establishing a Buller state in the Rhineland Ranee would accept the Blitz set reparations proposals rejected during Tho Allied conference in Paris in january. Am Mercury drops and drops and drops and drops. Sunday experienced the greatest decline in atmospheric conditions in Athens county in several years w Hen the temperature dropped 37 degrees in 24 hours. The lowest level reached registered 20 Degres above sunday evening while saturday Mark was 67 above according to . Gibson at Annsville. Monday one the three chiropractors Columbus who were fined and sent to jail in that City saturday was Ellis w. West formerly a Well known baseball player and insurance Man Athens. He resided Here for several years and at one time was a student at Ohio University. He is a world War Veteran. For several years West has been a successful chiropractor East Long Street Columbus where he maintained Fine offices and had a Large practice. The drive the state medical Board to Force the licensing Chiros has resulted in the arrest and fining several the profession in Columbus. The three who went to jail in Columbus saturday in protest to the $100 fines assessed against them much remain in the Franklin county jail until Early in october if they do not Chanco their minds and Settle the legion meeting tuesday evening the april meeting the Athens Post american legion will be held tuesday evening in the basement the episcopal Church it was announced monday morning by William Shiv us commander the Post. . Clarence c. Robinson head the department music at the Ohio University will sing at the meeting it was stated and All the members Are asked to be present As Many matters importance Are to be discussed in addition to the musical program. Note an exhaustive study european political and economic conditions has just been completed by David m. Church chief the London Bureau International news service and for years a correspondent in Washington. . Church is a trained newspaper investigator and a student International conditions. In his investigations he visited the continent and spent co Sld it Wabl ? time in the ? Rhineland and Ruhr. In a series articles the first which appears today . Church treats France s air supremacy. Later to will toll the keen racial hatreds in Europe and quote first hand predictions that Quot guerilla warfare will last in Europe for . Busily engaged until to is ready to Brno Washington again for his trip to the Pacific roast. The amount administrative work that awaited his consideration was monumental in its proportions. But the president bronzed by hot Florida suns and refreshed by hundreds rounds Golf waded into it with a Determen Atlon to Speed things up to Tho limit until he sees his Way Clear once More. There was a grand Rush to the White House this morning from All parts the Cpl Tel As Cabinet officials vied with each other in being the first to got their various problems formally before the president. Word has com the death at Westerville . It. F. Bishop 76, formerly a Well known figure a a the methodist Church the i Marietta District. Burial will be made in Columbus today. . J Bishop made lits Homo in Athens for some years and his children were students in the Athens schools and the Ohio University and were very popular among the Young people the City. Miss Bello Bishop second daughter . And mrs. Bishop died Only no j few weeks ago in Toledo from flu and pneumonia. Exams will be Given a opening semes f Ter. I Petty Noble eldest daughter Italy a King is a Happy Bride. Was first Royal match in years. Bev Slons in Entrance requite. I ments to Ohio University have Mai announced from the registrar rifles to become effect tvs at til beginning Tho coming session. Thens regulations adopted is official at a mooting it Tho Entrance examination Homo rift too Tho Ohleh hip held recently and will font Lam g Tho future As Tho la to met by students is oking admits bion to Quot old the new rules As announced my grandmother Bride helped to bring about marriage. Just decided by Guglielmo Emanuel i. N. Toff correspondent Rome. April to a tall slender Olive skinned girl who in the legends Italy was Quot born to is a soldiers Bride Quot fulfilled the prophecy Here today when the Prince Jolando eldest daughter woman admits the murder Man who was jealous. Free states continue make inroads in Battle. Russ wages Kee face Moscow april 9.�?by governmental decree All wages were increased Here 20 per Ceist last month to keep Pace with the falling Ruble. All will recover Adena o., april 9.�?four local however promised warmer weath-1 men were injured. Rosa Coffman when the Ine Cury stood at 25 and Clyde Mercer seriously when above at 7 a. M., and even More their Auto went Over a 50-foot pm need to fear he pre pondering no moderation was evidenced at 10 30 Bank mint after being crowded j Primacy the French air forces when the government instrument by David m. Church i. N. S. Staff correspondent London april 9.�?a new danger is creeping into Tho european muddle. The already complicated affairs Europe May he further complicated by Anglo French air rivalry the Anglo French entente which has been one the few steadying factors in the european situation is being further strained by the tremendous air supremacy France Over great Britain. The British people Are becoming aroused to the Speed with which France is arming itself and the Tower military strength which it is building and with this knowledge comes a hint fear Fol Lowed by Clouds suspicion. Against whom is France arming lord Birkenhead asked this question and it has been re echoed throughout the Brett so Isles. In the House tyres in the House commons and in the press there Are rapidly growing indications that British people Are upcoming aroused Over French endeavours to create in impregnable air Force. Charges 3iade already charges Are being bandied about that the Bonar Law government has been intimidated by this French Aerial supremacy George Lansbury labor m. P., declares that Quot european policy is con trolled by military strength. These charges have not fallen up unsympathetic ears. The population great Britain has not forgotten the German air raids during the a feat War. Therefore they become duly alarmed when they Are told by Aerial experts that the French air forces Are Strong enuf to wipe out London and other great cities within a comparatively Short time. When the element fear enters it is generally accompanied by suspicion. That i what is happening in the British Isles today. The people Are being told that they have Dublin apr.9.�? two Republican irregulars and one free state Soldier were killed and four free states were wounded in a fight near Hae Ford today. One free state Soldier was wounded when irregulars bombed Glent Arf station. Detectives in Dublin arrested a rebel Captain and 12 his followers. They located a Large secret Supply ammunition. The free state made Public captured documents showing that irregular leaders during March exchanged views Over the possibility continuing armed resistance. The general opinion the Southern rebels was that it would he impossible to carry the fight through another summer. Many leaders declared in favor continuing but said they had Little Hope eventual Victory As the moral the men had been shaken and they were suffering great privations. Richwood Vav. Va., april mrs. Ruth Green 35, divorces is held in the City jail her today charged with murder for the shoot ing and killing Holly Gates 40, for whom she acted As housekeeper for the last three years. According to the Story she told police Tho couple have quarrelled lately. Gates she said had several times charged her with being Friendly with another Man which she stoutly denied. Sunday morning she got up to get breakfast loiter she pecked in As Gates Lay asleep she says then got a Shotgun and then decided she Quot might As Well finish him Quot so she put the muzzle the gun against Gate body and pulled the trigger. After the shooting mrs. Oms placed the gun tinder the bed and walked to the Home a neighbor tid calmly explained she Hod just killed the Man the police say. Eastern Ohio towns to have Street car service. Columbus apr. 9, director Leon c. Herrick today received a letter from governor Donahey requesting his resignation to take effect not later than april Day members division no East Liverpool . April 9. A with peace in the 345-Day Street car strike in the East Liverpool Dis tract dependent upon councilman action tonight granting a 7-cent City fare ten cent enter cloy rate and one cent Transfer general manager c. A. Smith the Steubenville East Liverpool and Beaver Valley traction co., today prepared to restore traction service thursday. Under an agreement signed to 62. Is. I amalgamated association Street the governor in his letter also said Quot until further notice from me do not advertise for bids any More Road construction work do not enter into any More contracts any kind description and do not obligate any More funds the Highway division your department. Herrick As Highway director also holds the constitutional office supervisor Public works with a term to july i and for this reason did not step oat when the other members Davis Cabinet did. Where they will have a telling effect upon european affairs. Shaken already the Anglo French entente was badly shaken by the French invasion the Ruhr. It is being toggled every Day by knowledge French air supremacy. If the entente finally Falls what next none can Tell but the Outlook for the future will be Darker than Ever and even with the entente still technically alive today the Outlook is anything but Rosy. These Are All pessimistic predictions. But it takes a super Optimist to see any fair prospects in Europe today. So electric railway employees America will receive a wage scale ranging from 46 to 60 cents an hour. The maximum scale will be paid operators one Man cars. Car service was suspended Here at Midnight last May first. Warmer with rain Washington d. C., april to weather Outlook for the period ending april i Quot Ohio Valley and Tennessee the weather will be generally fair except that Rains Are probable thursday Friday it will lie much cold at beginning week and Normal temperature thereafter. Two men badly wounded and in dying condition King Victor Ely Nuri and Quern j Fiona was married to count Cal Al do a Urgolo a War Veteran and a Captain in the italian cavalry. There were two services one civil and the second religious in accordance with the ritual the roman Catholic Church. It was the first time a religious nuptial ceremony had taken place in the Royal Hall the Lutr list Palace formerly Tho throne Hall the Popes this was the first Royal marriage in Italy in 27 years and the first in Europe since the Princess Mary daughter King Georgs and Queen Mary England was married. 14 months ago. The Princess Jolynda a Beautiful girl 22, had been reported engaged to scions two Royal families first the Prince Wales and later the Crown Prince Belgium. Hitch a marriage contract would have had a Large element International politics and diplomacy involved in it. The wedding today was the culmination a genuine love match for the bridegroom is not a member Royalty. To belongs Only to Tho plod Monteso Petty nobility. Grandma helps serious obstacles arose when count do Rar Golo began to pay court to the pretty Princess. The King and Queen objected. Rut then Jolanda solicited the Ald her grandmother Tho former Queen Milena Montenegro. She proved an exec Girnt Diplomat and the parental objections were swept away. Italy a court was in mourning for the late Queen Milena who died shortly after the engagement a announced hut the mourning pored a suspended for one Day for Tho nuptials. Jolanda was radiantly Happy and Beautiful in her Long trained wedding gown. Tho gown worn at Tho civil ceremony was Gray Marocain trimmed with silk Cord braid. The gown worn at the religious ceremony was White and Silver brocade Low waisted and trimmed with seven Yards priceless old lace. It was constructed Tho simplest lines. In accordance with custom Jolanda wore no jewels. After a wedding breakfast the couple left their honeymoon which will be spent near Pisa. Later the couple will leave quietly for their ten room Villa at Plen Rolo their future Home. Tho Princess will turn housewife and conduct her own Home just like any worn an in the lower ranks society. The count it is understood will be elevated to a Dukedom but will continue his connection with the army. The registrar Are 1. University Entrance tinting Lions shall be Given St opening ii each semester term. All Annii dates wishing to satisfy univocal Entrance requirements must do ill such examination Days to in time their first entrant to Tig University. 2. Pedal students to Petri Flat age May take Tho University egg trance examination Only first entering the University trance deficiencies May is ret cd by a entering the John cock any no at by High and carrying regular High work the entering College for which they have had the requisites and count College a High school credit at the six College hours for one school unit c by using g it Bina Tion the above two. 3. No student shall Bael above freshman rank in collage to Gap til his Entrance requirements he a been fully satisfied and is addition Al College hours have beep Sar Guiff by him. Ii 4. Examinations for odoms standing in the University Moat my taken within a month after Tho opening the semester term a which Tho candidate fret Al a the University. 5. All questions for ent Ranoo advanced standing shall he made out by Tho and approved by the committee. Alf examination Tlona and papers shall a the re Glathar s office As a the University records. 6. All candidates for tons must notify Tho registrar the University St least four before the examination is to place. 7. No student shall is to take an Entrance exam Nat any subject for which is leg credit. Leaves Akron Early morning for Illinois Field. Famous Leader in Ohio Church work will speak Here thursday april 12, the presbyterian brotherhoods hold its last meeting the year. The men Are fortunate in having secure As the speaker for that evening. Rev. F. B. Lamb executive Secretary the Ohio Council hurdles. The women May be depended upon to serve an excellent dinner. It is hoped that each Man will help make the attendance the Best Tho year. Cleveland. . Poll 9�?william Schick 26, and Joseph dovish 22, Are near death in a Hospital Here today from Stab wounds received last night in a fight with two men in Woodland Avenue. A will Settle Case Tilton Ville . April 9.�?a Compromise is expected to be effect cd to Steubenville in the $100,000 damage suit the family Elmer Cost who was slain during a tin Mill strike at Yorkville last year. Akron . April 9�? White Roo slept the giant Airship hearing a group army took flight this morning at clock its voyage to float Illinois. Officials the Goodyear rubber co., where the hug Hie was constructed. Said Tho i first Stop would to fort min Harrison near la the course from there Jovin haute to Scott Field. Clyde runts is the Pilot to and major m. W. Peak Tho service engineering Dei one the party. The tc-1. In a test flight afternoon remained in Tho air hours m Iem so Dayton flyers after Ord forced to wait i Day. Stood at 44 degrees above and still change in coming London a it Ril 9.�?a-change government in Roumania is probable soon but a revolution is un-1 third Man also received slight Jit has been reported that the wounds. Tho wounded men say i Wheeling steel and Iron co. Would they were attacked As they stepped pay the widow and children $33, from their automobile. 1 too. From a Road near Smithfield by land with their fear comes Glim-1 Able soon but a Reco ution is in a Over to per cent the total ext Ruck. Physicians say All will re me rings suspicion. These Glim-1 Likely the foreign office a Adels Pend it urea great Britain in for wow Arrow Tarn. To in ortolan lad thin afternoon. Jet amp to. Old Ani. Covalt As the presidential candidates _ to spread their political bunk to will graduated Jutt Aba. Dayton. O., april 9. Tenant Lester j. Maitland injuries when bus Curtis skidded broke one wheel am Over into an upright Wilbur Wright Fjald this it Maitland was taking a Al was to have been an establish a record for the created three Kilometre after nosing Over perpendicular position the remained standing climbed out. Able to make another Morow. Reds Makino Petrograd Aero Fleet a Hub a a la rib i w Minimi

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