Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
11 Apr 1923

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11 Apr 1923

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - April 11, 1923, Athens, Ohio Messenger news and features Are the Best that can be secured today. A a % a pc <2ui ett0 ihc00cii pc full leased Telegraph report the International news service. The weather fam tag do Dhur followed by Aho wet tote tonight thursday. Warmer Tai South port Tam tonight. Vol. Xviii no. 115. Athens Ohio wednesday april la 1923. Nitro Ai list fat u new Uduc m Tao cum Man Matt. Single copy three cents. I i chief Harding does not. Consider Jaunt pol Tkal Bent. Itt a ired workers Are being barred from their his vie former Fertile Field in the United states1ish, advisers have varying views. Home friends Thot dough erty a announcement premature. By George r. Holmes i. N. S. Staff correspondent Washington april controversy kicked up in High Republican circles Over the political Wisdom the Daugherty announce ment concerning president Harding s candidacy in 1924 continued unabated today. In fact its increasing intensity is manifested by the presidents Plain threat to abandon his Western tour entirely if the newspapers continue to treat the trip As an adjunct Tho political Campaign 1924. Here in Washington As in Florida. The president has found his closest political advisers divided in to opposing Camps regarding the announcement and the trip and As a result it can be stated authoritatively that whereas a week ago the trip was a settled thing today it is not. Those who Are opposed to the political methods and strategy at alleged Clansman stripped clothing and forced to leave machine in the Center City a miss Sunbury an alleged Cincinnati. . April Llu soon after a blazing Eros was seen in the Yard the knights Columbus Hail Here last night two alleged members the Kun flux klan were ejected from an automobile near Tho Center Cincinnati last night Clad Only in undergarments. the Back each was Stencil de Miller insurance Salesman and a win j. Burkhardt Standard ii a the is a Kun flux the scantily Clad pair deposited in the View scores men and >8ar�?�man�?T ,8t v0"� quarters anti told detectives that women in front one the Lead that a Bud a pin a in ipod by Fly ing hotels the City when after armed men. Taken to a Remote theatre diners were emerging suburb undressed decorated with hastily Toro off their blindfolds stencilled legends and unloaded scooted into a taxicab and wore near fourth and Vine streets. Clues driven away. Later two men. lacking but Miller and Burk-1 ing their names As William i. I a nit deny they Are Ken Nam n. Laddie boy welcomes his master by Nea service Rolesville n. you be reared ten children you be just started your career. Done to lose your interest in life at the age is and sit Down in the feeling Igi i women resent new decision the supreme court. Hornoy general Daugherty have in Corner by the fireplace to doze and formed the president that the an i knit. Nou Cement his candidacy at i mrs. Ann Elizabeth Rodgers this time is a a extremely info Stu a did t. And she a a Mother ten Nate Quot and that he cannot escape and 83 years old. Appearing in Tho Rolo a Cand she s gone in for farming. And Date his trip. Last season her land near Here fear sweatshop will come Back. Threaten to form Union to keep their Standard. L to j views differ Tho other hand there Are those High in the councils Tho party and High in . Harding a Confidence who believe that the flurry kicked up by the announcement is a a tempest in a Teapot Quot and that its general effect has been Good inasmuch As it has clarified the political atmosphere to a Point Here it is now possible to aay hats Wiat in the Republican y. These latter advisers the pres ident take the View that something drastic was necessary to Stop tile various booklets that were get tin under Way so Long As . Harding a i 924 plans appeared in doubt and this they contend has been accomplished by Tho move attorney general Daugherty. Unaided she raised a Bale Cotton to bushels potatoes six barrels Corn More than 800 pounds meat and land by Sonia Lee i. N. S. Special correspondent Des Moines la., april knows How Many eggs How much i women leaders the nation meet butter an milk. My in the second Day the fourth she did All the work herself save. The blowing. I annual convention Tho National a Why. I sit still and hold league women voters relegated other red speakers and workers Are stopped also. Hughes stands by first edict patriotic bodies protest against evil work in this land. Chief Irish army dead from recent wounds. Death blow to be struck Soo de Valera May she fall into free state hands. War i Kamo my hands Quot she says. Former editor Logan passes Columbus o., april Charles h. Beck former editor the Hocking i no Lilia a Ltd Aii and n former journal clerk the House representatives died Here today As the result a stroke Apo Alxey sustained monday at lits desk in the state Industrial department inhere he was employed. . Beck leaves his widow mrs. Caroline Beck and two Brothers. Kew rank Beck. Logan and Joseph Beck Columbus. The funeral will be in Logan. Public can go thru new Structure then. Fine Kuk Lux to show their stuff in Ohio a capital. Columbus. O., apr. . In. Witt exalted Cyclops and past grand Klc Agle the Kun Siux klan has promised a Public View a real Kun flux klan Parade a sometime this a a naturalization Quot ceremony for More than 1000 candidates will be held in Franklin county with More than 1000 visiting klansmen in attendance Witt said. A some the visiting klans will Tho formal opening the new Home the Athens National Bank at Washington and court streets will take place saturday when the splendid new building will be thrown open to the inspection every Athens county resident. No business will be transacted in the building that Day although the Bank will conduct business As usual at its old location North court Street. The new Bank building will be thrown open for inspection promptly at 12 clock and the officers and directors the institution will act As guides to the visitors who Are expected to throng the Structure until the doors close at 9 clock saturday evening. Souvenirs will be distributed refreshments will be served and an orchestra will furnish music throughout the House warming. The Transfer the Athens National Bank from its old to its new location will take place sunday and the Bank will open its doors for business in its Beautiful new Home monday morning at 9 clock. To secondary place the business the league and discussed the sweep ing decision the United states supreme court that the minimum wage Law in the District Columbia was unconstitutional. A sub surface activity is evident resolutions the decision were j being considered. Women closely Allied with the Industrial welfare the country Are conferring in t in corridors the convention Hall ways and Means to minimize the depressing effect the supreme court decision will have the morale and stardard living the worker. Mary Anderson chief the women a Bureau Tho department labor was pessimistic As to a the future Progress the country Quot in the Light reactionary decisions the supreme Quot this she said a Marks the return America to those Days when girls were working for s3 a week. None who know conditions under which women workers existed in those Days no one in nil Washington was happier than toddle boy when president Harding returned from his Florida vacation. Here they Are at the White House Entrance. Steubenville. . April Llu during a terrific gun Battle at the Home mrs. Hyden 24, coloured at Collier. W. Va., near Here last night mrs. Hyden was shot through the heart and instantly killed and William Smith coloured the Slayer mrs. Hyden. By in k. Reynolds i. N. S. Staff correspondent Washington april Llu following the revocation by Secretary Hughes his permission for mine. Kalinin wire Tho president Hussla to enter this country for a speech making tour in Tim interests the russian red Cross renewed demands made Tho state department today for an order barring i my wig c. A. K. Martens former soviet ambassador and lits understudy. Gregory we Inaten from the United states. Reports have reached Secretary Davis that these russian emissaries after being once deported from this country Are now trying to get in again and order have been issued to All immigration officials to arrest them sight so they May lie held for passage Tho first outbound steamship. A appeased by these precautions however. Patriotic organisation which urged the cancellation mine. Kalinin a passports have asked Kec rotary Hughes to Cooper Alo with Tho labor department by i issuing a formal order refusing permission to Martens and Weinstein to enter the United states. It. Los pointed out that Tho issuance Hospital. Davi Winfield also Buch an Ordor Nikko to. Conred who shot Hulth. Made his 8bo for Haj a govern mint to pro. Cape j. U70d Dur coed against tin unwelcome hut ing a fluff it in which the two men. 8jan victors in Foo courts and to Are said to have battled for the Sunbury pa., is Tho first City to select its representative for the annual Beauty Congress to be held at Atlantic City next september when the most Beautiful entrant will be crowned a miss american miss Sunbury Quot la miss Lorena Mutschler stage Benefit woman for whose love two men fought is killed in the Duel woman. Both Drew guns and As Smith fired at Winfield mrs. By i Den threw herself within in ugh j was shot near Tho heart and is Inland was killed. Winfield then a critical condition in a wheeling1 shot Smith and made his escape. German state official ordered out Ruhr District by the French junk dealer is fined heavily in local court wages can question the seriousness this situation. A we will return to the sweatshop system. Again we will have the horrible housing conditions the underfed working girl the depletion the strength potential mothers. Must organize a this automatic revision women a wages downward cannot but have a depressing effect upon menus wages. More children will return to factories that the family May a Only one remedy presents itself Quot said Alice k. Macfarland director the women a work under the Kansas court Industrial relations Berlin april Llu state Secre starvation tary Hamm who was arrested by the French while in his Way to Essen to represent Chancellor cd no at the funeral the Krupp workers returned to Berlin today under warning from the French not to try to enter the Ruhr again. Like Hugo stymies who was locked up in a Railroad Box car while under detention by the French at Scharnhorst Secretary Hamm was placed in a locked school House near Bastrop. He was later released upon orders from general de gout cd commander in chief the French escorted to the Eastern Boundary the occupied zone and warned that he would Quot fare worse Quot if he tried to enter the Ruhr again. Will stick to Job Long Lime sheriff gets one mean Job Paris april Llu according to Tiffin o., april Llu sheriff the Echo de Paris. Premier porn j Joseph Parks has a problem in and that is for women to i care in his speech at Dunkirk i mathematics. He is under court organize in Trade unions. Joseph Neiman junk dealer i Nelsonville was brought into mag \ noon to Istrate Hedges court tuesday aft j croon to answer charges prefer red against him by a. C. Roach be accompanied by their own bands county humane officer but just How Many hooded bands acco Ying to Roaches affidavit we will have in line i done to know Quot Jieman had overloaded his team. He said. J causing them to drop under their Quot Burden. In an Effort to get the trial is delayed horses their feet Nieman Whir Dayton o., april la. Non .jp8d them unmercifully. When a the forecast for rain and Winto roil it de before the no Strate he reply is made Washington. April Llu the United states has replied to the i Canadian protest against restrictions proposed by the shipping i lion a Monument War dead. I Board to prevent purchasers j american vessels to use there in upholds Bonus Law the rum running Trade with this Springfield. . April 11-country. It was announced at the the state supreme today handed state department today. Down a decision holding up the _ i Validity the state soldiers to Many May enjoy learning a to a nut a Law was no dissenting in do cd saxophone player is in jail j opinion. Sunday will say Quot we do not order to sell Tho undivided half wish a reduction the German i one roadster title to which rests debt. We will not evacuate the jointly in . And mrs. Samuel p. Buhr until after Complete payment Croft Fostoria. The car was reparations by the a levied upon by a Man with a judg Premier will speak at the Dedica a ment against Croft but the wife a share cannot be sold Legal authorities say. Dublin. Apr. re pull can irregular soldiers captured in a fight near Headford. Were executed by free state troops today at the Tuam Barracks. It is understood they died before a firing squad. New California g old Rush is Send them to Federal prison they should succeed in getting past the immigration officials. This was the treatment accorded about in year ago to Joseph Kowalski who no it tally re entered the country after being deported. It is the plan Martens according to information reaching officials Here to interest american capital in the exploitation russian resources despite Tho fact that to was sent Homo in 1921 after a Senate investigation which revealed a series dishonest actin Al tics designed More to win political recognition for Tho Moscow government than to develop Hussla commercially and industrially. Full fraud one protest Ellul with the mate department Calls attention to the record Martens and wins ctn i and expressed the Hope that Keo j ret Ary Hughes will not permit i them a to reopen another american j fax for the joint promotion fraud and cancellation the Kalinin pass port ordered a a protest against the execution vicar general Butch Kavitch at Moscow was regarded today As another indication the steadfast opposition president Harding and Secretary Hughes to the recognition the Moscow soviet which the latter holds would give encouragement to a efforts the soviet authorities to visit upon other Peoples the j disasters that have overwhelmed the russian plan to raise funds Purchase Street markers. To a night caused Macready and Kelly to postpone the flight the t-3 to break the worlds endurance record. Scheduled for noon today until More favourable weather conditions prevail. A a a a a a a a a a a i a a a a a 444444444444 x a Oil War ends 4 Standard beat 4 Pittsburgh pa., april 4 tile a War Quot Between 4 Standard ii and the North 4 pm Pennsylvania i depend 4 rats which raged with fury 4 for weeks in the form hid 4 Ding up crude Oil prices 4 one against the other was 4 called off today. The in 4 dependents got the last lick 4 in and today Statuta re 4 hoisted the a White Flag Quot by 4 lowering its prevailing 4 prices Best Eastern 4 grades in the majority 4 cases from 25 to 35 cents in 4 Barret 4 pleaded guilty to All the charges. And was assessed $25 and costs Finch he paid and was released. Students Given a first hand View court offices it the civics classes tote Athens High school which Are taught by mrs. Anna k. Price and Douglas Torrence paid a visit to the Athens county courthouse wednesday where they sought first hand information he conduct the Public a business. Every office in the courthouse was visited and the officials explained the work and routine their respective offices. The county commissioners were first visited and the 20 students the trip made their last Stop at the common pleas Cohrt room. Wild reports continue to come out Russia. Al Aninna interested in minstrel will be Given an Opportunity in the near future to display their Talent in Athens present Pinna do not miscarry and the members do not be Coom afflicted with a premature attack stage fright. At the meeting tuesday evening it was decided to put a minstrel for the purpose Rel song the needed rash to finance the placing Street markers and signs for the City Athens. For several months the club a had Tho Street marking Athens under consideration and the problem financing the work was taken up with the municipal officials. It was found however that Tho City a exchequer was in a depleted condition to such an extent that the spending six eight Hundred dollars for the Street markers was simply out the question. In order to Supply the necessary rash to make this needed improvement the flaunts club will arrange to put a minstrel Tho proceeds which will be used for the Purchase suitable Street markers. Appointed the committee to make the minstrel a go Are prof. T. N. Hoover j. J. In Chmidt and principal Rupp. The club voted the sum $60 for Prises to he Given in the county music memory contest now being staged among the schools the county. The visitors present were Thor Olson Athens. F. White Akron. F. W. Grunert Columbus and a. If. Dixon superintendent schools at Torrington. Wyoming. Bupt. Dixon is a former Athena county resident but has been in the West in school work for the past 16 years. By Daniel Connell i. N. S. Blaff correspondent Dublin april it with Lynch chief staff Tho re pub bean irregular army dead frat his wounds free state tree Page the Clonmel Hills today ported hot the Trail Bai de Valera countess Markiet and Dan Breen the Only thro leaders importance at in rip these leaders Are believed to Baa been surrounded. I the rapture de Valera a in his companions coupled with Tim death Lynch would be a death blow to the Republican eau Frig state officials believe. Lynch wee known Aarn Quot brains Quot the irregular Hie death will leave them an Active military Leader in Field. The Reb de in the math willing to quit according to from Cork. Captured document a How that the irregular Mova Mim to now at its lowest ebb. The breast Down in morale was hastened the Roundup Republican by Taid t hirers in England and Nile and and their deportation to Irot Anit j where they were interned. Daw Leraye hardest test in now at Hitta monsignor Lusio who was Setal to Ireland to attempt to Arrand peace through the Catholic Hie raft Rhy. Conferred today with prs. Dent William t. Co grave up pall Ereann. E England May put Damper stuff London. Apr. Britain in considering intervention in an Effort to assist Tho United states to end illicit re traffic Between British territory in the West indies and the United Staten under foreign Secretary Ronald Mcneill announced in the House commons this afternoon. Springfield banker draw Long Tern in Federil r prison. Cincinnati o., april in Twenty one years in Tho unit states prison at Atlanta ga., Awa Augustus h. Penfield sentenced late yesterday after he had pleads guilty to Sumbe Alementa totalling almost $1,000,000 from the Spring Field National Bank at Springs Ohio. Although the sentence imposed by District judge Smith Hick Looper after Tbs former cashier a testified before Tho Federal Gra jury As to details his ten Yam fiscal juggling was ens Ettis most severe Ever pronounced in Tim Southern Ohio District the Grieg Latapi appeared to accept it with rata and resignation. Penfield have Ben subjected to heavier a a it allies As there were la against him and Hie Pisa the first seven the others duplications in effect. Endurance trip will be started Dayton april Llu than Stockholm april Llu ten members the soviet russian reparations Mission to Poland have been sentenced to death according to a Moscow despatch to the newspaper Ted Ningen today. The details were not Given. Russian secret police Are reported to be making Quot mass arrests Quot in connection with the trial patriarch Tikhon. Tho orthodox Church ural cd will begin next tuesday. The commissar for agriculture at Moscow admits that Russia is threatened with famine this year fully As serious a that in 1921. Criminal a a nuts escape in Auto Poughkeepsie . Y., april 11-Rfosr prisoners in the state Hospital for the it Tom anal insane at Mattawan near Here overpowered two guards and escaped in an automobile Early today. The prisoners obtained in pistol in some manner and used it to capture liar by Wilson night watchman whom they bound and aged. World Eta amp 23 to �?�-2 was hauled out Hor a this morning at i clock. Mari ors and timers and Tbs two pilots John a. Mcready and Oakley it Kelly were All hand at f Efa. Clock for the Start Tho world Eta Durance flight scheduled today from Wilbur Wolff it Over a triangular course in extent. Bryan to speak s new Marshfield ape to a . E. B. Bryan president Ohio University will is the a pall the Community Council ii Ture course at Tbs m. Friday evening at 7 1 this is Tho last a series lectures. Hound dogs sit around and howl at the Moon. What a pity calamity howlers done to do the same. Russian newspapers Are avoiding ,4 the subject in order not to provoke the population. Gould still ill Indiana Man had two wies. Sex Peris Cay it Tho la one too Many Jot a . Has sprung up. A discovery Gold in this Small Wugman has led to a new Gold re Hole sunk in the heart the Mojave desert. So. Already California by Tercy Mentone. France. April la a the condition George j. Gould sr., american financier and rail a Way magnate became so serious j that relatives were summoned to the bedside today. His sister ouch 444444444444 4 Squirrel food 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 a Cleveland o., april after More than 20 hours continuous dancing. Bliss Helene Mayer department store clerk and Lier partner Robert whigams were apparently fresh and going Strong at Conkling a dancing Academy Here today. They marked dancing at 9 35 yesterday morning. In an attempt to eclipse the record so hours and two minutes established by miss Alma Cummings Texas Tai new York monday. Mali a mining town Caud due Quot a re pm a heat the Camps j Ess do Talleyrand and hey bus 4 ,. A film . Am Whit a. . A r it it a a a a to frs p a a a a a a a a a. V-4 Ltd a a r. British Cabinet Tot As result recent vote. London april the government Premier Law today began a fight for after a consultation members the Premier that the same motion t the government was Defeated commons last night by seven would be submitted Agata Row in the form a motion fluence in the government motion fails it is expected the net will resign. C Marion. . April 11.-president Hardin whee Sonal Friend he wad h. Norris 74, Bitont citizen died Home her Quot it ski my

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