Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
15 Apr 1923

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15 Apr 1923

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - April 15, 1923, Athens, Ohio 30 pages to Day a Lee initial messenger the weather rata to sooth sad rata tact to North portion sunday monday fair. To change to Tony Erazua vol. Xviii no. 118. Athens Ohio sunday april 15,1923. Mem at Amant a roam Oca a Tao Claes mail Matt a five cents a copy battalion death May again prevent entry into world court unde Sam making ready to Pat his merchant Marine seven seas flames drive out worshippers doctors Pooh Columbus Pomeroy Road under fire at state House. Large sum has been expended. Meigs county Section has been delayed for sometime. Columb s. Of. April 14.�?great pressure la brins Brot to Bear at the state House to Brinie about the completion state Highway route so. 21 thru the counties Franklin Fairfield Hocking Athens and Meigs known As the Columbus Pomeroy Highway. One contract has been held up for some time the 7.31 Miles in Meigs county altho it has been let by Highway commissioner who is insisting upon All year roads. The Meigs county Section has already been graded. In tile 1921-22 great sums were distributed for the Columbus Pomeroy Road for construction an maintenance. In Athens county in a at time 4.34 Miles Brick Road id a Bridge Cost $181,409 in Hocking county 6.56 Miles $309,-�?�Joo Meigs county $188,199 and in the same county 7.31 Milas graded with Bridge and culverts for $17.930 n grand total $78 1,029 repairs costly maintenance and repairs the same Highway in the year 1921-1922 Cost $280,500, divided As follows a Athens county Brick and Macadam $115,176 Fairfield county gravel $46,735 Hocking county. $75,348 Franklin county $31.-149 Meigs county $42,942. In Fairfield county the commissioners have asked for $250,000 from the state to meet a similar amount they will raise for a hard surface Road instead gravel roads As at present. Harding and Lasker Issue Challenge to opponents better service will be Given. A a j England rejoices Over reduction in the Price Beer next week London april 14.�?there was Joy throughout England tonight Oxer Well founded reports that Chancellor the exchequer Stanley Baldwin monday in announcing the budget in common. Will recommend a reduction two cents a pint in the Price Beer. In All the pub throughout London tonight there was a great Deal merrymaking and Many Toast were drunk to the Chancellor. Eng Lynh Brewers announced that they Are prepared to reduce the Price Beer tuesday. Fleet now owned Here Able to carry our goods. In urns hum firm he us ii ii i. A s. Staff correspondent by Robert s. Thornburgh Washington april 14.�?anticipating the impossibility Selling Tho emergency Fleet Tho United London doctors recently warned government is preparing to women against earrings. Here a nto the a 8hipptnr business a How the women Baria regarded Ujj Antic scale to end forever the the warning. Ibis woman with menace it 0f foreign Ocean compete Young window weights for ear ton and to put tha american a mrs. Mercury n laments was photographed formal reception. S it a merchant Marine the seven seas the commercial world. In a ringing Challenge to foreign governments who have bitterly fought the american merchant Marine and to Domestic opponents an adequate commercial Fleet. President Harding and chairman a. D. Lasker. Of the shipping Board tonight propounded the future mar Stirne policy Tho United states. While it was a foregone Onciu a Sion. Based the evidence ship in go i owners operators builders and i minders that the government can Mot sell its Fleet to advantage the Active and led up cargo vessels a a a a a will go under the Hammer within most auspicious was the formal he next few weeks bids will be opening Athens nation asked in the Fleet in the open mar Al Bank building at Washington and Kot Imless satisfactory offers for slips operating a sufficient num court streets saturday. The doors Bor routes nip Forth it it Molnr it the Athens nationals Home viewed by thousands. To the Beautiful Structure thrown open at 12 clock and All plan placing the merchant mar inc in private hands will he Aben afternoon despite the dreary Rainy 10&Quot 1 for Tho resent. Chairman Lasker specifically pointed out weather outside crowds surged through the Bright colourful Interior. The Fine finish the inside the Bank building was augmented in Athens county $103,352 was by the Many baskets Flowers. Expended a Brick Road for maintenance which was really reconstruction and rebuilding according to present specifications with sufficient foundation and More Width. Promises a gift to Ohio College Cleveland o., april14.�? mrs. Chester c. Bolton wife state senator Bolton tonight announced that she was prepared to give $500,000 towards the endowment a school nursing at Western Reserve University provid cd it is $500,000 additional could be raised from other sources. Mrs. A. A. Brewster chairman the nursing Council said that the additional sum needed would be secured. And work buildings for the new school will soon be begun. Gome which were the most Beau Alful Ever in Athens which ships operating paying Trade routes would not he disposed unless those less profitable routes Are also sold. Chairman Lasker pointed out. However that an add Iopal appropriation from Congress 4k not an is were donated local and foreign Montial Point in the administration friends the Athens Bank. Shipping program since the pres by 7 clock saturday evening Cut Fleet and Reserve Are adequate. Tho visitors at the Bank totalled 4200 by actual count and crowds filled the building in the remainder the evening. The visitors were plan Fine Fleet the president and Tho shipping Long Arm West Virginia courts catches Iping pug first member gang sentenced. Mus i Wilson throws bomb into the fight at capital jail at Clarksburg under guard machine guns. By William k. Hutchinson i. N. S. Staff correspondent Clarksburg. W. Va., april 14 a the vaunted Quot beyond the Law Quot murder organization the american Quot Black hand society which blazed a path woodshed and wreckage across three states was crumbling in ruins tonight following pronouncement the death sentence one its convicted members. The Long Arm West Virginia Law dealing Quot Mountain Justice a with the swiftness a stroke lightning indicted tried convicted a Trio the a a Black hand terrorists murder charge in five Days. Nick Salamante a Shotgun Slayer continued Page ten the Rev. H. O. Cali pastor St. Augustine a roman Catholic Church p. Paul led 50 worshippers to safety when fire broke out during seniors. Picture shows ruins Church. A a Phi next Winter got a Start saturday in Central Region with a Snow Chicago apr. win Ter got a Good Start this Spring when Snow that began falling soon after noon today increased to almost Alpine intensity just before Nightfall. It was general Over Tho Central lakes Region. The snowfall late this afternoon did amount to something a considerable some thing. A Sharp wind whipped it about so briskly that at times it was blinding. Rain and occasionally a Little sleet was churned up with it traffic moved carefully not unusually alow. Workers and expensively gowned women enticed onto Michigan Boulevard by a benevolent. Warm Forenoon Sun Low sred their Heads and shoulders against the wind and trudged thru the Snow not at All unlike the a. Picnicking partners retreating Isom Moscow. The Snow melted a quickly As it fell making the streets wet and Slippery. Husk found it coming Down enthusiastically. Still insisting Spring was not hero. Gives views Harding scheme. Wants no condition attached to american a pert in court Washington april with the Harding Hughes Hoover world court proposal coming the hand Fruta the old Republican and the other from the . League democrats has reached Tbs stage where quiet polls Are hot air conducted to ascertain whether Tbs court can be beaten when and comes to a showdown Light Senate next fall. There la open talk too Capitol Hiu the formation a now Quot Bril tit 11 Ion death St in he in scope and purpose to tues famous organisations that accomplished the defeat Tho league nations three years ago and in Oto recently the defeat rebel aug the polls have been mostly midst cover. The calculations Mads a ii Date however Are said privately by the to to a Satta factory and by those Republican senators who Ore admittedly is Tho Fence yet re gilding their own at tildes the Outlook la Pronoitis Quot gloomy from Tho stand Potet party Harmony. I Unitta id i mow aged Bishop is at death door it. Louis. Mo., apr. 14.�? Bishop Daniel s. Tuttle senior Bishop the episcopal Church Iff the United states and head the Missouri diocese was in such a critical condition at his Horn Here tonight that doctors expected his Cath momentarily. The Bishop is 86 and because his advanced age and his Long siege illness there was Little Hope for his recovery. Conducted throughout the Bank by Ithra ii dior to government ownership the officers and directors necessary and later when the Given souvenirs pencils novel condition world Trade becomes ties key rings and Flowers ,andft1ore stabilized. It la believed it will were treated to delicious punch a possible to put Ole Fleet into Tho served in the Public Assembly room Hatjes private owners without Board aim at building up the fines woman messenger a eds 67, but merchant Marine in the world. J8he keeps the go Winter and summer wearing out six pairs in the basement. An orchestra the Mezzanine floor contributed music to the occasion. Sacrifice. President Harding and members the shipping Board it developed the Hank will be moved from Ltd after a conference at the White old location in the Athens National jj0u80 today Are certain better ser Bank building to its new Home Sun ice at a log apr Cost can be Given Day and will be ready for business pubic through direct govern thercy at 9 clock monday morning Jornt operation than by Tjie present Tho Security savings Bank which purchased Tho Athens National Bank building inst september will occupy the former quarters the Athens National Bank after extensive remodelling. The present quarters the Security savings Bank in the Lostro building will be occupied by Tho newly organized Athens county savings amp loan co., it is said. Managing agent plan. Lanker pointed out when the administration took Over the emergency Fleet the annual loss was $150,000,000. By revisions the service the loss was Cut to $50,000,000 a year. I a cold weather the Trout East for a few Days Washington april 14. A in confirmation the prediction the United states weather Bureau that Spring was far behind Snow began falling Here Early this evening. Nut until the Middle next week at the earliest according to government weather experts will there he any signs the delayed Spring weather. Tonight and tomorrow almost the entire country East the Mississippi will. Have rain and possibly wow accompanied by a a Hilly winds. The cold lamp spell will continue unabated probably through the first part next week when conditions Are expected to become More settled. Granddaughter John d. Weds Swiss Riding a. Master. Terrific storm sweeping Orient a Torio apr. 14.�?officials the Home office tonight awaited reports from representatives sent to Korea to investigate the toll taken by a terrific storm which the Southern korean and japanese coasts were lilt today. Only meagre reports have been received. At fewest too fishermen Are known to he dead and hundreds Homes were stept away. Shoes a year. Mayor will not pay French Fine Essen apr. 14.--French military detectives today arrested acting mayor kind Duisburg fallowing refusal the municipality to pay a Fine 75.000,000 Marks imposed by a French military court soviet paper airs. Views the Church affair. New Era dawns in labor situation in York plants. T lond can. Apr. 14.�?somewhere amidst the Heather Clad mountains Scotland secluded from the out Side world major and mrs. Max Oser the latter formerly miss Matidle Mccormick granddaughter John d. Rockefeller Are enjoying a honeymoon before renaming to Switzerland where they will make their future Home. It was i partied today that the secrecy with which the marriage was veiled thursday was due to the oppose Moo mrs. Edith Mccormick. Mother the Young done to dare to strike Washington. April 14.�?an Jar acute Coal operators and miners xviii not dare to strike lockout when their present wage agreement expires. September i John Hays Hammond chairman the United stats Coal commission declared tonight. Klan meets openly Detroit. Mich., april 14.�? the first open meeting the Kun flux Elan in Michigan was held tonight when several Hundred Mem hers the order dressed in White Robes and hoods assembled in a Field in. Oakland county and Climer Only three Irish leaders remain at Large today. Duplin apr. 14.�?with the capture Austin stack former Republican Cabinet member Only three Republican irregular leaders importance were still St Large tonight Eamonn de Velera Dan Breen and Tom Barry. The Complete collapse the Republican movement seems to be in sight after Many months bloody strife throughout the free state. Stack possessed documents for submission to the Republican general staff recommending unconditional surrender to the free state because heavy casualties. It is known that the irregular command ants had just held a Council War but apparently he meeting broke up before the proposal for surrender could be considered masses oppose accused priest. Regard him As an enemy the bolshevism cause. By Adele Parker i. N. S. Staff correspondent Moscow. April 14.�?"the archbishop Canterbury head the Church England is protesting against the trial patriarch Tikhon head the orthodox he Orch in Russia because he knows that when the workers Rule great Bra Tain he himself must Ait the Bench the accused Quot Bald the official soviet newspaper Prada today. Pravda defends the trial the prelate. It alleges that he was an agent the czarist and was seeking to re establish imperialism in Russia. The newspaper continued a the masses in Russia regard Tikhon As their deadliest enemy. Hts trial will clearly show that he was unremittingly hostile to the la Boring classes and the despite the fact that he la in. Patriarch Tikhon a trial will Start monday night tuesday it was stated in official circles. Others in affair several other prelates Are to to tried at the same time As patriarch Tikhon. Among them Are metropolitan Tikander. Bishop Arseny Novgorod and . Yurieff. Secretary the holy russian Synod. Patriarch Tikhon a communion organizers Are told to depart. National Union failed to support local it is. Said. By c. In Bartlett messenger staff correspondent Nelsonville o., april 14 a that a new Era has dawned in the labor situation affecting the Brick and Clay Industry the Hocking Valley and Especial interest and significance to Nelsonville and one that will undoubtedly Wield wide influence in similar Fields elsewhere located is evidenced by the sum Mary action the members local no. 385 the Brick amp Clay workers Union employed at Tho Plant the Hocking Valley fire Clay co., when at a recent meeting they voted unanimously to surrender their charter and Seal and sever All relations with the National organization. A canvass among the men reveals a keen individual Conception the Recai meaning the step and an abiding Faith that it is one taken in Tbs right direction. Regrets ars conspicuously absent. Confidence in their ability to handle and direct their own affairs in their future dealings with the company without dictation from Chicago is quite frankly expressed and the position the men is this woman could have More spending Money than any woman in the country. You guessed it she a mrs. Henry Ford wife the Lixxie magnate. Her latest photograph. Cemented and strengthened by the fact that they have just been conceded an 8-hour-Day with a ten per cent wage increase after dissolving continued Page seven Welcome first lady Washington april 14.�?for the first time since the near fatal illness mrs. Harding last septem Ber social activity was resumed at the White House tonight. Cabinet Here s another one Bride. Haroldjr. Mcco Meik my ,.,j wildly a speaker who addressed dances to Julio Hairfi Chloro act them. , mate Quot Quot to Tho Union but order.-. Forced to co riled Mem Lar maj a. A. Will officers justices the supreme tons with the archbishop can court senators and congressmen Ter Bury at London will play an pm pm society leaders in wish Langton egg production raised by lights in Hennery Fulton Farmer has fooled the chickens with artificial a Daylight w. B. Mccracken living near Here wife hts Chicken House and at 4 30 a. In. Turns the lights. Portent part in the proceedings. He is charged also with fostering civil War in Russia and giving Ald. Com fort. And assistance to the Quot White forces who were fighting the hoi alleviate. Jail joined in welcoming the first j lady the land Back to health. Returned the pipe one Republican senator own attitude la yet unde Tei and who has been making a it gent canvass sentiment Ai bus colleagues As they Drift to out Washington said today till Are now to senators who counted upon to oppo the project in its present form. The first squad the is composed the old Lorec Ablest Borah Idaho Johnson if California. Brandegee Conn a a rut i a Follette Wisconsin. No Nebraska. Mooch new Hall jew Shire. Republicans and Reed Missouri and chields Tenno democrats. The unrelenting position those senator in Sld Erml certain and they Wilt the nucleus a new a a Battallio one ultimately la formed. Others listed a opposed to court proposal Are Lodge a Hutts Watson Indiana Corral re Illinois Dillingham Vermont Brookhart Iowa ens Michigan Gooding i Howell Nebraska /1 fro North Dakota. Republicans w Massachusetts Wheeler tans and Copeland. Of new i democrats and Shipstead a Costa Farmer in Abor. Have a score this makes a total Mon score senators opposed to Harding Hughes plan Tho set. To defeat the court to Down Light would require to thus far the court Ait have been counting upon All solid democratic support for proposition. Today however i element a injected into the i Tion by the pronounced Dlan i Woodrow Wilson voiced letter to representative Arthur Rouse. Democrat Keats chairman the democratic Gressional Campaign committee. Exhibiting the same obdurate i mud he had in lilt . Id he did not approve the edition Al Entrance Toto Tho court As proposed by Harding. He did net americans entering the Donga reservations and by the j he now disapproves onto toil i league court under the is prepared by Secretary Hughs. The former president a unconditional Entrance Toto court though stating that a it be More consistent with Tho the United Staten for it courage to become a member it league nations and Sharp other members Tho full Brut which its covenant Tai causes a stir Tho Wilson letter caused t i bounced stir in both rpt adm and democratic senatorial do containing As it did a Strong disapproval and the Blat this disapproval May later bout lated into something stronger. Little else was talked senators at Tho Capitol Little tourists invade Florida Ohry Shell prominent officials to effect the Wilson new York Central lines. Court Issue. Tho Dene ice Cream goes up a Elyria . April 14�?parson better probate Mem Boyle. Lorain coloured minister to a 0 Arll Houston. Tex. April 14�?seven Day returned the pipe to the county j a. I sky A 14�?~co Shoou nut run not to the Quot wishes closing today unon writs issued by Quot tart out at Tho hotel Olmstead i Marathon dancers who had gone 42 bal fan hour ahead ordered client with increasing milk and interpretations ape it i Fimea Farr Lsmst Hustle Dit one a a Cissy own Here today with the idea sur a hour Here at i clock thl after-1schedule. Boyle visited the county sugar prices. Ice Cream Mantac general Tho bakery opened it three passing the record 52 hours and noon were classified As vagrants by jail half an hour attend ordered lures Here today increased theofr. Heavy a years ago and aided mayor Unger 14 minutes continuous dancing the prosecutor and warrants War a Fol dept their product to 3% cent Saloh has Gold is nearly twice forcing Ufi Wal Traad lug

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