Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
10 Apr 1923

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10 Apr 1923

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - April 10, 1923, Athens, Ohio Messenger news and features Are the Best that can be secured today. The imc00cnacrfull leased Telegraph report the International news service the weather fair tonight and a a mgr. Farmer wednesday Gad ii me vol. Xviii no. 114. Athens Ohio tuesday april to 192a a stereo at Pauwaa u As aaa Cia. Mali matter. Single copy three Ceuta Illy advised meets with Cabinet first time in several weeks. Hoover to open world court fight peaks in Iowa upon pet project president. Columbus o., april to that Republican members the state legislature were poorly advised during the present session is the charge made hers today by representative h. R. Atkinson Columbus. Democrat minority floor Leader in the House. Quot Tho Republican party leaders operating behind the scenes failed entirely to recognise the new pm in Ohio politics ushered in by the enfranchisement women a said representative Atkinson. By George r. Holmes Washington april Harding swung Back into the governmental harness today with his first Cabinet meeting in nearly seven weeks. It was a depleted Cabinet that met with the chief executive at the White House at la clock. So Many . Harding a advisers Are away from the capital speaking Mccormick girl arc trips inspection trips and undergo a a. Log convalescence that it was dim j onal Hii Nave Ner cult to Muster a quorum but half Way. Of his official family answered the 1 Roll Calls secretaries Hughes imn/vytcq1? a it h a g weeks. Mellon Davis and Post Hao master general Harry s. New. It a was the latter a first Cabinet meeting. Secretary Commerce Herbert \ Hoover has gone to Des Moines. Iowa a whore tomorrow night he will fire the opening gun tit the administrations Campaign to build up a Public support the International court proposal advanced by Harding and Hughes in the closing Days the last Congress approves talk president Harding put his official K. On hoovers speech before the latter left Washington last night. It is understood the speech deals almost entirely with the court project and will be a vigorous defense und explanation Tho reasons Why the administration deems it vital for America to join the tribunal. It will he essentially a a world Pear a speech. Workmen he Ruhr unite to so Honor dead killed by French Mil ibis we Kute tie Imo Iive fus Ehst Moundsville w. Va., april told Here Are expected to arrive Wilder b. Bancroft. Sunday with their equipment a Cornell University and professor cording to word received today. L. F. Warren new York Solen they will bring a special air plane. Tints who Are to ranks the govern a captive balloon and a Winch wag ment experiments in rain making four enlisted men from the and fog lifting at Langton aviation Lair service Aro also Here. Electrified Sand will be used la the test. Part the equipment used will come from Mccook Field at Dayton Ohio. Conditions along the Ohio River with Tho usual morning fogs. Are believed particularly suited to making the tests. Original Sheik and his Sheba been prepared. Only waiting for papa to attend the ceremony. Rom Athens joins in Effort help the Federal Valley. The application the Federal Valley Railroad for a greater share the through freight rate charges was supported at its hearing monday before the Public utilities Coni Mission Ohio and a representative the interstate Commerce commission at Columbus by an intervening petition the Athens chamber Commerce. Tho intervening petition asked a greater share the through freight charges for the Railroad in order that the people served by the Road can have lower charges for the Are vice. The intervening petition the Athens chamber Commerce was presented and argued by attorneys John j. Woolley Bruce Wells and Russell Finsterwald. The hearing was attended by representatives the Amesville Community. Al though no decision was announced by the two bodies the joint hearing those attending it declare that the situation looks very encouraging for Relief for the Railroad and for the residents the Valley. To Stop at Zaleski word has been received by Secretary c. H. Bryson the Athens chamber Commerce from George w. Squiggle general passenger agent the b. A Rain Road that train no. 12 from Chilli Coho to Athens will Stop every sunday evening at Zaleski in Vinton county. This will prove very convenient for Ohio University students it is said. E Donahey Sticks to stand against the present system. Columbia o., april the refusal state Highway director Herrick to accede to governor Donahey a demand for his resignation Tho governors program a More Miles for less Money will not be stopped. The governor has indicated that there will be Little Road building until he has con Trot the department however. An economic Survey Tho entire 10,000 Miles the state Highway system and the appointment an advisory Board to consult with the state Highway director Are included in the plans announced by the governor. Representatives the Ohio federation labor the Ohio state automobile association. State Grange and similar Orga Lions Are to serve the adet by Board without . Debt piling up. Lima �?the per capita debt Allen county by Bonds issued by taxation districts amounts to 9100.42. In Hio this debt was a big 922.sk by f. A. Wray copyright 1923, by i. A London april 18-year-old Mathilda Mccormick granddaughter John d. Rockefeller who spent the Winter in Paris and London preparing her trom Cau is returning to Switzerland to be married to her Middle aged Swiss suitor major Oser a for Mer instructor in equestrianism it was Learned Here today. Miss Mccormick became age saturday under Tho american Law which is 18. A miss Mccormick left London immediately after silo became age and is now her Way to Basle Switzerland where major Oser is living a said miss Julia Mangold travelling companion Mathylde. In an exclusive statement to International news service. A they will be. Married in two three weeks. They Are merely awaiting the arrival miss Mccormick a father who will give her away at the nuptial ceremony. Miss Mathylde spent the Winter in Paris and London getting her Trousseau. It is now Complete. And the Only thing delaying the marriage is the absence her Harold f. Mccormick father Mathylde a Multi millionaire Chicago manufacturer and husband Ganna Walska the Beautiful polish opera Singer is at present in Chicago. Lived quietly miss Mccormick accompanied by miss Mangold who is related to Oser came to London the first the year and rented a pretty cosy Flat in the Kensington Section. They lived so quietly that news their residence in London failed to leak out. At times they made flying trips to Paris to shop in the fashionable dressmaking establishments. When miss Mangold refused to throw any further Light upon the plans miss Mccormick and major Oser it la understood that they will make their Home in an old fashioned chateau in Switzerland. Both Are fond outdoor life especially horseback Riding. To. In Shrek Rudolph Valentino and his wife Winifred Hudnut who be been married twice but Arena to quite sure whether they wont have to go through it re again. They re standing the platform their Privato oar which ii carrying them about the country in their dancing tour. Ohio Farmer today is receiving More for his products in Market ule ged Ekis hied school Board leaves matter to school leaders. City Essen i City. Utah. April a. Browning Ogden. General manager the lion Coal co., treasurer Browning Brothers Coa director in Many enterprises and a member one the most famous families in Utah. Is in jail Here today facing probably a charge murder in connection with the slaying monday Benjamin f. Ballantyne scion another Well known Ogden family and husband the alleged killer Cousin. Progressives in want no Moro loot decisions. In French troops Are ordered held in their quarters. Krupp Slead in services for their dead workers. Physical chief tells his Story a Elf a will Tuke Ohio men to plan for bet tar things in the future. Moro intensive work is now Well under Way in connection with the y m. C. A. At Ohio Una vet idly. In former years the Annua stun carnival at the University has been sponsored by Tho various fraternities but in order to create More interest and class spirit Tho annual event this year to to be sponsored by the y. M. C. A., and thy menus Union. Towards this end the y has been co operating with the classes towards presenting the Best stunt carnival Ever seen in Ewing Hall auditorium. Other plans the organization. As announced by . Graham Are working out the a a took for next year. Which contains Nany pages features appealing for men at Tho University a sounder financial policy better sen ice in securing rooms and work for men students at Ohio and for a Treater participation in state and regional conf Ere Ace so As to bettor i emote the interests Ohio University throughout the state. Death follows big booze party Youngstown o., april to a Dan Spulka 36, russian was found dead in bed Here this morning the body being fully clothed. It is known he was engaged in a fight with four men at a booze party last night and police believe further examination will show death resulted from a fractured Skull. Four men Aro under arrest. Columbus april Ion the state average Price for whole milk is now a title better than 92.50 per Hundred. A year ago the Price was 92.00. The average for butter fat is 47 cents a Pound As compared to 34 cents last year according to statistician c. West the stats Federal crop reporting service. Hogs average around 93 a Hundred pounds As compared with 910.30 last year. Hay prices the Arm run from 99 to 913. Tho farm prices last year ranged from 912 to 919 per ton. The state average Corn Price March 15th was 79 cents a Bushel. The state average egg Price the Middle March was 21 cents with prices highest in northeastern and Eastern Ohio. Prises in the Corn counties were from 20 cents to 22 cents. The state average Chicken Price is 21 cents which is r change from a year ago. Beef cattle average 96.50 As com pared with 96.15 last year Dairy cows Are slightly higher than a year ago. Veal calves Are around 60 cents above last years Price and sheep and lambs Are about so cents higher than last year with a state average sheep Price 96.27 and Lamb Price 911.33. Wheat averages 91-25 a Bushel a year ago it was 91.28. Oats averages 46 cents a Bushel As compared with is cents last year. Potatoes Are much lower than last year with the present average standing at 88 cents is compared with 1.50 a year ago. Springfield banker does not know his Complete loss. Expects to try to Back nearly a million. Cincinnati o., april to a a. H. Penfield defaulting cashier the Springfield National Bank Whoso shortage approximates 91, 000.000, was to to arraigned in United states District court Here today. The defaulting cashier was Brot to Cincinnati last night from the Montgomery county jail at Dayton. The Debonair taut less his first few Days in a cell was lacking. A prison pallor was marked i buts change scenery enlivened him. He talked freely even voluntarily about his dealings in the Market. If i remember correctly my deals totalled 929.000,000,�?� he Laid How much i might have made if the stocks had Geneva i figured is a big question. Anyway i did no to make it instead i lost something More than 9900,000. I never have seen a copy the indictment but i suppose it covers my Deal cations in detail and i have been told that it places my shortages Between 1920 and 1923 at 9204.000. I began my dealings in 19iv Abd lost steadily. Federal grind jury charges that lost 9077,239.50. As i am told ill have to accept the figures As Correct. A it is too Early for me to make plans for Tho future but i Hope that when i am free again i a can assured me when bidding me Good Bye that she would to Loyal to me throughout my Long incarceration Abd that will be something to look Forward . Taylor not dead through a misunderstanding the death . C. B. Taylor Mcarthur was reported. Instead that his wife. The account mrs. Taylor a death is in today a messenger in the Mcarthur news. Cites examples matters it which he complains. That there is More vulgarity profanity and cigarette smoking among the school children both Grade and High school in Athens than in any other City ids experience is Tho firm belief that i. I. Cunningham physical director the Athens schools gave straight from the shoulder to the members the Athens Beard education at its meeting monday evening. Or Cunningham made this statement when he was called before Board to explain a remark to thin effect before the Al wants club meeting last week which a Given prominence in Tho newspaper report. Or. Cunningham declared that the newspaper report his statement was inaccurate in that it compared Athena to any City its size in the country when he compared it to any other City in which he has had experience with boys. He declared that he has had 12 years experience in physical education work in Tho cities Nashville the. N., Auburn ind., West Newton and Springfield mass. In none these cities. Or. Cunningham declared did to Ever encounter As much profanity and cigarette smoking As among the youths in Athens. Bloomer Clad girls asked to Alvs instances the prevalence these bad habits . Continued Page five by 8. D. Weyer i. S. Staff correspondent Essen april Church Bells throughout Germany tolling and with at least 100.000 men. Women and children in the funeral cortege Krupp a today burled their dead workmen who were killed by French soldiers March 31. Owing to the absence police Power the handling such an 1m- manse throng was almost a superhuman problem. It was the third i time in German history that an event such magnitude had been carried out without police supervision. The cortege included 65.000 Krupp workers. Tens thousand employees other factories and mines throughout the Ruhr flocked i into Essen. From the Thyssen j plants alone there were about 26.-000 workers. They gathered about the City halt and As Many them were sex soldiers they began falling into line. The National Ting the German Republic predominated. At a few windows particularly at the Homes nationalists the old Black White and red hag the Empire could be observed. There were no French soldiers abroad. General Jacque the in in order to Avert possible clashes ordered All the French troops held in their Barracks. Services began with a ceremony it the Krupp Plant. Then the Cor-1 Tege started for the cemetery to Bury the dead. The crowd marched Alvo abreast towards the graveyard. When Tho cortege proper with the hearses came up the crowd split into two sections lining up along both sides Tho Street to Tot the bodies and mourn Eta pass by. Three Hearse the funeral cortege was led by three hearses containing the bodies. In addition to those actually shot to death there was the body another victim a a Man who had died heart failure from excitement Over Tho shooting. Behind the hearses came the relatives in carriages and members the Krupp family. Then followed delegations from various organization workmen. The services in the cemetery lasted two hours. There were Many speeches and much Mournful music. Efforts had been made to get monsignor Testa the papa investigator to take part in the funeral but they failed. He explained that to had been sent to Tho Ruhr by Pope plus i to investigate and he had to be absolutely Neutral. United Stites music experts say that crisis will bring result cannot remade without need. America now needs sonic that everybody can sing. Cleveland April to a a patriotic song to replace a the Star spangled banners cannot be written to order. This was the consensus music supervisors the United mates today following an Appeal made by superintendent it. G. Jones the Cleveland Public schools last night asking the supervisors to direct their thoughts that Way. A a the occasion must produce the said j. Powell Jones supervisor music in the Cleveland Public schools. someone will write a National Anthem that will replace the Star spangled Bennell but the history All these that have lived is that they were born some great National necessity. The a Marsell Alse was Horn the French revolution. A Der wacht am Rhein came into being under similar circumstances and so it is All the National songs that have a wide Appeal. The objection to the Star spangled ban. Nero a that it is too Low Tot the High voice children and too High for the Low voice adults is conceded hut \ new song cannot be written to order. Quot perhaps borne inspired song writ May some Day find proper words to express our nationality to the tune perhaps a new tune will be written is Well but Well have As Ong All can sing when some great event Calls out the spirit other supervisors Here from All parts the United states attending the sixteenth annual convention expressed similar views. Uhn rotarians hear plan to help the kiddies. Ohio Coroner changes mind in death youth. Hamilton. Of. April to a Coroner Edward Cook last night announced that he had reconsidered i finding in the Case George b. Mcallister 20, Woodbury n. J., whose body was found in a Box ear in the Pennsylvania Railroad Railroad Yards Here Friday night. The amended verdict is that the youth was murdered and his body placed in the car Wood pulp before it left Norfolk va., March . Searching the Torso was a Factor in the decision. At the noon luncheon the Athena rotary club tuesday miss Lewis supervising health nurse Athens county spoke the proposition establishing fresh air health Camp for 600 undernourished children. Her talk was heard with the great ast interest and referred to the welfare committee the rotarians. The erection several shacks for shelters As amp combly Hall Kitchen and other quarters at a Cost perhaps 92000 is planned and the entire Cost the project is fixed at 96000 More. It is planned to have too children for two weeks at a time for three months during the summer. Often at that according to miss Lewie but a part the children who need this attention can be cared for Ond Only the Moat urgent casts can be accommodated. It is hoped to interest the business menus organizations Coal operators and miners unions in the project As it in a county wide need according to Tho health workers steel Menwill get More Money Steubenville o., april to a the Follan Bee Brot Liers co., operating tin plate plants at Follansbee and Toronto an donned today that effective april to a per cent increase will be Given All Day Ipin forty rents per hour to labourers and salaries will be adjusted. The increase affects 3,000 men. It had regular scrap Boston. Mass., april Ion a terrific Battle was fought Early today when four agents the narcotic squad swooped Down two Chinatown opium Dens seized Large quantities opium and smoking instruments. A White woman an two chinese were arrested. Order vaccination Bridgeport the Board education Here has ordered vaccination pupils due to the smallpox epidemic. This action was taken advise the state Board health. There Are Only ten cases. School sessions will continue. Ford not seeking a a virginian Road new York april the virginian railway Here today denied negotiations were under Way for the Sale the Road to Henry Ford. A report to that effect was received Here from Norfolk. Va., where the Railroad has Headquarters. It was said Ford wanted the Road to Complete a link in hts transportation system and Hook up with an Export base to be established at Norfolk. Children saved him Martins ferry. Bozo Merich was fined 9500 charges violation the liquor Laws. The Fine was suspended when Merl Chi a six children were brought into the court room by the wife who wanted the City to care for them while Bobo was serving out the Fine. Must go Back wage for other sex starts by Borah Lafollette and win Lead in Tho drive. A by William k. Hutchinson i. 8. Staff correspondent it it Washington. April arro Sive circles in Washington in Day seethed with new demand a constitutional amendment to the present unlimited Power United states supreme court to ride legislation Union stat by the Barest majorities the latest decision owing the women a minimum Law. Follows closely Tho another famous decision d the child labor Law Unrot tatty Al. In the child labor Mao it a five to four decision Tath i Linum wage Esse it waft three and Only the fact that Louis d. I ran to Ria refrained voting prevented it Bein i five four decision. Both visions have aroused ire to a Point where legislation limit Tho courts Power certain introduction Congress. Senator William b. Borah publican. Idaho told the in Lineal new service today that soon As the next Congress col to will introduce a Bill comp a 7-2 vote by the court Kcf ran declare an act conf constitutional. Another plan. Sponsored by Sims tor Lafollette Republican Wip Conslyn. Would give Congreve ,011 Power to re enact the Law by m two thirds vote Over an Audret Fife Alston by the supreme court. No plan necessitating a Constitution amendment would give the same Power to override the promo court As it now setting aside a presidential fess Han Plant a a the plan proposed by senator fee. Republican Ohio to a require a two third vol to nine supremo court Jua Ilos i make effective any decision Brid an act Congreve All three plan Drew ardent to porters today As a result it Jug minimum wage decree. The movement a Given Al impetus by farm Bloke who looked upon Tho i wage decree As closing the d Price fixing legislation. A Imi dozen Bills to stabilize wheat i Lions by fixing minimum Prim were pending when Congreve m journey in March and will a m introduced in the next Philadelphia pa., april with the embezzlement 9252,622 from the mercantile National Bank Pueblo colo., c. 8. Slaughter one time cashier that institution was today held in 925.000 Ball for extradition to Colorado. Germans will that soil remain their own. Berlin april Ion ready to negotiate As an the object Tho negotiation be lasting peace and freed dared Chancellor Wilhelm in an address today in the Stag during a memorial the Krupp worker killed French at Essen. Chancellor ont Linued a the German Earth in whih1 dead Are being Laid at i be free from a Neomiea. Another poor Boob Cleveland April an attempt to break the worlds re Cord fifty hours and two minutes continuous dancing established by miss Alma Cummings Texas. In new York yesterday miss Heleno Mayer 21, a clerk at wife insists husband Kiu de self children Tell Story. Steubenville . Apr. Ion despite the fact that her four Little children Here told in detail the Story How she shot her husband Here late sunday night mrs. Minnie Pasquale 31. Steadfastly maintains her innocence. Claiming her husband ended his own life. Mrs. Pasquale after three hours grilling last night failed to change her Story. Between sobs her four children told prosecuting attorney Pearce late yesterday that their father attacked their Mother catching up new York april United state steel corporation today reported unfilled order it books As March is last amount Long to 7,403,333 tons against 7,-213,989 tons february 28, an in crease 119,343 tons. Increases not thru the Tariff Washington. April Harding has been assured by member the United state Tariff committee that the import duties imposed by the last Congress have nothing to do with recent increase in sugar prices it a announced officially at the White House this afternoon. Medina. Langut fat 9 35 today arrested at Wadsworth plead Gull a department store started dancing at Conkling a dancing Academy with a Razer and she shot him three times. To to the charge Selling a Patent Back at leapt part the losses Medicine containing 17 percent at do to my Deal. L am married Cohol for is cent a drink. He Lav been for 19. Years. My wife Wen fined 9100. Wealthy Man Dies new York. April fish Well known financier. Died her today. The children were Eye witnesses to the shooting. No charge a been filed against the woman and sheriff called in he will recover Bridgeport. Thonen a accidentally she the Abdomen while cleaning a Volver while visiting at w. V. Thonen will recover so cans mid. French do not to Embarrass Rich German. Dortmund Germany. Apr to Hugo Stinne. The richest a#.1 most powerful Industrial i Germany was taken a a train by French Soldier at Horst today and imprison Box car while his bad marched. Later he a Herr Stinnes by i wife. They were Berlin from their Home when the train halted Ai Horst. In the Ruhr pm boarded it and Pitot line sleeping Cark a a authorities intimate so May to it re officers term leased. Miami Fla. April louts a. Allen today instituted an investigation the brutal a a a meat inflicted la. F. Eugene by after 6 clock and Toto Elmer who was kidnapped Sun j passengers were still to Day night by three men taken to j apartments. A lonely spot in Dade county beat when the in and made the victim what i Herr Stone inhuman immediately pm a

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