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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - April 29, 1923, Athens, Ohio I pages t Day % to firm the weather nor Tan Day my Ftp Mcday. Hmm a monday. Lawmakers measures override Donahey a veto Many including funds for University needs senator Lodge declines to Lead fight against the Harding court Latte bottle in the senat is looked for monday is last Day tor return England a next Queen dry enforcers want sub chasers to protect America. Orphan is Champ fear too Many warships will be needed for patrol work. By a h. Atkins Iff <1. N. 8. Staff correspondent Washington. April 28.�? launching a great defensive fat naval vessels along the Atlantic coast to protect tha United stat from foreign rum runners a under tonight by Mph officials the government As Leeal experts the department Justice Quot searched the statutes to determine if president Harding has authority to use the Navy for this purpose. Officials the internal Revenue t Bureau including prohibition com-1 Nils sooner Haynes who asked the president to assign him sub chasers to Aid in the losing fight against smugglers were confident that an a a emergency exists and that the use fighting ships the Navy Alit he authorized. Mrs. Mabel Willebrandt the assistant attorney general in charge i prohibition matters is delving a hugs pile Law books search a for the constitutional author Mso enable the president to carry plan into effect. A Vait a juju pkg several Days will be required before an opinion can be drafted for transmission to the White House and it is expected that the while question will be reviewed again by the Cabinet before a final decision is reached. Officials the Treasury department still Are sceptical Over the feasibility the plan because Lack sufficient funds to equip and Man a Fleet Large enough to be really effective in checking smuggling. Monday is the last Day that personal tax returns can be made and sworn to and tuesday is the last Day they will be received by the county auditor without losing the Hoo exemption. This announce-1 ment was made saturday afternoon j in a a. By county auditor Cornwell who 1 la Alvrn l/68q6 urged that every citizen secure a i president will have personal tax Blank from one the win was Many places in the county where j is to no Ahey have been left for distribution. 1 a a a till it Dut and get it to his office by j first news tuesday night. After tuesday the county auditor is authorized and expected to cancel the allowed $100 exemption personal tax returns and if the returns Are not made a 50 per cent penalty May be added. Attitude Given. Expects Harding to be successful in 1924 Campaign. Rebels offer not beheaded free state drive thru out Ireland is not halted. State students make study trips Columbus. . April 28.�?the exodus upper class engineering students the Ohio state University their annual inspection trips will begin tomorrow. Nearly 30 embryo engineers in charge eight faculty members will take the trips which with two exceptions will be to the West. Mechanical and electrical engineering students numbering nearly 200, will travel by special trains for the entire trip which will end next sunday. Pot shooting not the thine Kentucky woman held for cracking Down Hubby. Cincinnati . April 28.�?"it May be the unwritten Law Kentucky for wives to take pot shots at their husbands. That does not go in Ohio a declared judge Samuel Bell in municipal pour today. Quot Hen mrs. John t. Arundel is Covington ky., who shot her husband twice while crossing Tho suspension Bridge Friday we arraigned a charge disorderly conduct. The judge thought the charge Light. He changed it to Quot shooting to kill the husband a former British a Soldier decorated for bravery suffered Only a flesh wound. Is also Quot a As in court charged with disorderly conduct. Quot . Jack done to lot Thorn Send me to thus sobbed the wife. She looked appealingly toward the Man whom she had tried to kill during a tit jealousy. Quot its All my fault Quot Arundel told the judge. Quot i done to want my wife but the judges orders Wert carried out. Her Bond we used at 81.000. She we released. Tho husband was held under $300 Bond mrs. Aru Delfs attorneys declare Ohio has no jurisdiction. They hold Jef shooting occurred beyond the water Mark. There Kentucky a res diction begins. A it George Flinton 12-year-old in mate the methodist orphanage at Raleigh n. C., Wasny to known very Well until the Raleigh times started its Marble tournament then he became famous by beating All orphanage boys and the pick other schools. George will go to the Atlantic City tourney. Free dictator Coal probes want Public protected in the future. Washington april 28.�?appointment a Federal fuel dictator clothed with absolute Powers to handle the fuel situation if the k country is again confronted with a great Coal shortage brought about by a strike will lie recommended by the United states coat commis bion in us forthcoming report to Congress it was Learned tonight. This idea first advanced by general George w. Goethals former fuel administrator new York is favored by president Harding a Coal commission As Well As other governmental agencies. The fact that during the Coal shortage let Winter the Federal and state fuel administrators were handicapped by Lack authority to get Coal to the Public from getting its regular Supply Coal. Ohio is rising Cincinnati o., april�?T28.�?the Ohio River sworn tha Mouth the Kanawha to the Mouth Tho Ken Lucky win rim Twilett sad patrolled the a Root. Oklahoma officers arrest four in brutal murder affair. Idabell okla., april 28�?with the death this evening Aubrey Hansel s. The list victims the Hansel murder Case stood at a five. Mrs. John Pope her parents . And mrs. T. Hansel and her infant child were killed instantly when three men shot them to death la their Beds at Hansell a farm near Haworth thursday night. John Pope husband Olio Tho victims and his two friends. Ira Gardner and a. B. Miller were under arrest when a fourth Man red Harvey we taken into custody tonight charged with complicity in the crime. De Valera ready to seek Quarter. Week end attacks in dub tin expected by free states. By Daniel Connell i. N. S. Staff correspondent Dublin. April 28.�?free state military Headquarters tonight took vigorous precautionary measures to Cope with week end attacks by publican irregulars in Dublin and elsewhere. Despite Eamonn de Valera a offer an armistice Effic by h. K. Reynolds i. N. S. Staff correspondent., Washington apr. 28.�?senator Henry Cabot Lodge Massachusetts who has been expected to Lead the fight in the Senate against the acceptance president Harding a proposal to make the United states a member the International court Justice declined tonight to go to War against the administration and expressed the belief that differences within the Republican party Over the court program would be adjusted. Lodges position was revealed in a letter to governor Arthur m. Hyde Missouri who urged him As the Republican chairman the Senate foreign committee to prevent the disaster to the nation and the party any membership in the league it was the first Public expression that has come from senator Lodge since . Harding. In Hie new York speech tuesday Cam out lot foot edly for american in the world peace court and frankly challenged members his party either to to for him against him. Lodge admitted that there would be a bitter fight in the Senate before that body accepts the protocol presented by the president and approved by Secretary state Hughes but he refused to hav himself aligned against the and Leader Calls a Vic 1 for his action several matters Cou bus. O., Arri 2a�?by a strict Partite Erie Taft tax Mil govern a Proval the approximately $3,000,000 for i 87 to 24, the House this evening re passed Tho Taft tax Over the governor s veto and overrode the governor s dial it Striction at the state educational institutions in Tho my biennial appropriations Bill by a vote 93 to 23. The Senate by a vote 27 to four re passed Over the governor s vein the Liggitt Hill relative to a combined Normal and Industrial department at Wilberforce University. By Voles 14 to so mid is loss respectively the Ion ratified the Art ton the achate in re passing Over the governor rein the counter judicial Council Btu and the might Bill affecting i Force University. By tote respectively is to s4 and St to and til psst re Over the governors veto the Al Haugh my abolish tag i ii a aah in assessors creating county assessing boards and making the county the unit for tax at pm purpose Aud the Robinson my torn Sig for failure to make proper returns at property Lavanion. Names Tho various Young ladles reported engaged to the Prince Wales would fill a fair sized Book. Tho latest is Ady Evelyn daughter lord Lovelace. Who can Tell who can Tell few listed As missing from vessel abandoned off the african coast London april Hundred and Twenty seven survivors from the abandoned portugese steamship mos amedes have been rescued Saki a dispatch from gape town tonight. The dispatch added that two boats containing 81 Poa sengers were Alin missing. When the steamship was found abandoned off the african coast. Thursday it we stated there were Only it persons Honl. Including seamen hut tonight s dispatch indicated there were sir Hoard. Dry officer woul tire at noon monday free state i ministration troops continue to round up the lr-1 a i most earnestly desire the sue regulars throughout the Western cd the Republican party and counties. Many captures were made am equally desirous that president during the Day. Harding should be renominated so far the free state he not re and Lodge declared in Apon ded to do Valera a peace offer j his letter. Quot when the subject nor has it affected the policy the league court has been fully distils Dublin government toward the j cussed and considered i Hope and rebels. Members the Babinet con believe that a satisfactory adjust feared informally but have not yet ment will be formulated a reply to the re pull does not predict can chief. Watchful waiting free state officials Are inclined to wait until the last minute to ascertain the general reaction to de Valera a offer the part the Public at Large. Opinion la prevalent in Many quarters that the irregulars will grasp the de Valera proclamation As evidence defeat and will voluntarily give up their arms. Pledging their loyalty to the Dublin government. De Valera a proclamation la regarded m tantamount to admission that his office president the Irish Republic is empty and void. Bell Telephone that a number reservations will be adopted by the Senate before final action is taken the court proposal we clearly indicated in senator Lodge s letter but he refused to predict whether not the Harding Hughes Hoover plan would be acceptable in the face Quot irreconcilable a objection the ground that it la a preliminary step toward affiliation Arith the league nations. Adventure Hunt ended in Ohio Sandusky . April 28�?royal a a. A Mwai calms 14, and Nelson Fisher is. Man fat Wip Feslis missing from Hamilton ont., were if Iii Dei Ticu it iia amp Are to Here Thea afternoon by p0. A. I lice who found them in a Box car Cleveland o., april 28.�? in the new York Central Yards. Noteworthy Public service four employees the Ohio Bell Telephone co., were recognized today by awards Tho Theodore n. Vail Bronze. It we announced hers tonight Tho four persons honoured were j. Roe Campbell Canton Elmer j. Riley East Liverpool and Mia Jennio drayman and James b. Stage Cleveland. They say they had started out in quest such adventure m the read about in Story books. Favors present status Washington april 28.�?attempts to change the present unlimited Powers the United states supreme court were condemned to alight by Secretary labor Davis in speaking to Tho american society newspaper editors. Lorain Quot baby is All lighted up Amherst. . April 28.�?the Village South Amherst baby Village Lorain county has appropriated $13,000 to electrify the town. The Village will Purchase juice from the Ohio Public service co. Already about 115 residents practically everyone in Tho Community have signed the contract to electrify their Homes. Haig amp Haig and other priceless brands Are taken. Sixteen unmarked suit cases contained the a stuff. J Cleveland apr. 28.- five j Hundred quarts Haig and Haig j and other brands scotch whys la key were seized by United states in marshals Federal prohibition off j Cera and other officers at the East 55th Street station the Pennsylvania Railroad Here late this afternoon. The liquor said to he some the Best received Here for a Long time had been consigned from Cincinnati. It was contained in 14 unmarked suit cases and was unloaded from an express car. Coincident with seizure George c. Southwell head the Cuya hoga dry maintenance league raised the question the seizure the train at least the car a a vehicle used to transport liquor. Southwell wired Frank b. Evans Deputy prohibition commissioner at Columbus for authority to Seise the car. Railroad officials said tonight that every Effort would be made to a responsibility for the transportation the liquor. The train Crew will be questioned. So also will others in Railroad service who might hav knowledge the shipment. The enforcement agents watched the unloading the suit cases from an express car. They then seized the cases. A a a a a a a a a sign Heri los Angeles. Cal., april Ira firing a revolver which . A firing a revolver from a Bureau drawer mrs. T. J. Hill Earl it tonight captured two bandits who had forced an Entrance into her Homo and marched them to a police officer after she had severely wounded one. % she had chased than from her Home and up an Alley iring As die ran. A a a a a a a a a a so in Ehst senator Nelson Dies York. Pa., april 28.�?United states senator Kouts Nelson Minnesota died tonight a Pennsylvania train Between York and Harrisburg a. The body was removed from the train at Harrisburg and taken to an undertaking establishment. Japs and russians talking Over business relations. Tokio april 28.�?it we Learned tonight that Viscount Goto he made arrangements for the opening preliminaries the proposed Russo japanese Trade conference a fortnight hence. He conferred with commissar Joffe represent Long the soviet government today. It was reported in Tokyo tonight that an unexpected hitch had arts in in Joffey a plans through refusal the Vladivostok revolutionary committee to allow passage his code cables into Russia. Permission had been granted him to use his secret Cable code by the Japan is foreign office. The nightingales song May be Beard at a distance a mile a Calm night Sou Washington. April 28. George r. James Memphis then has been named by president hard Long to fill the vacancy the Federal Reserve Board caused by the resignation John r. Mitchell St. Paul. Minn. Saved their Bank Tiffin. O., april today destroyed a huge Bank barn the l. E. A Sibenaller farm near new Beigel. It wins believed the barn was fired to conceal a raid began their merry Click shoving the Villag Bank. Alert villagers shiny slugs lines Typo Jato gallon in at the Aam hour the making the sunday messenger a the Best Small City daily in the senator Burch Summit county he been chosen chairman and representative Lapp Cincinnati. Secretary the joint Legato the committee which will Tuveri Jata minimum wage Condl Liona for worn in and children and report to the next Legal Atlee a Minn. Chairman Burch stated tonight that the committee will make a a full and Complete Quot probe the Attu Atlon. The legislature upon reconvening for its final Aeo Alon found it Naif confronted with a veto 74 its Bills said from certain appropriation declared representative Robert Dunn. Wood county Republican floor Leader in the House tonight. Quot this spectacle indiscriminate disapproval legislative acts constitutes the most glaring example Aff abuse the governor s veto Power Ever known in Ohio history. Quot office both Quot an apparent despotic desire for More Power seems to hav caused the governor to attempt that unprecedented usurpation leists tire said representative Quot to reality the massages disapproval sent from the executive to the legislature a off in boy vetoes for they a admittedly the product subordinate employees and disgruntled partisans hut the governor by his signature has chosen to adopt them m his own official Acta. These messages in the main Abow an utter Lack comprehension the measure vetoed and in Many instances Ara even ludicrous in their statement. The acts vetoed were la no sense the product partisan politics. The. Average negative votes these propositions from the democratic members the hous. We less than thro. This Means that these measures when first passed were overwhelmingly approved by the to democratic members tha House. The question which the vetoes rinses is therefore. Not partisan politics except insofar As the democratic party sponsors the present executive but rather one As to the extent to which a grip tag governor May Seise Power beyond any extent Ever contemplated by the Constitution this state intended to exist in a free government a declared rep a entail be Dunn. Pass Wise Bill. By a vote 1$ to one the House passed the Wise Blit permitting nominations by petitions political candidates in cities 2000 More population. This Bill which goes to the Senate carries out a recommendation mad by governor Donahey. The Senate also by votes four to 28, refused to confirm the governors appointment adjutant general Henderson As state com mls Toner soldiers claim Aad it . e. Ataman Clevelan Democrat As member the stat medical Board. A after concurring. 84 to to la Tiff action the Senate in rape slam the Cornetet Bill relating to Parolino prisoners probation the House under Agapen Slot Tim rules passed a Bill introduced to night by represent Tiv Lapp a storing a Section the City planning Art which waa unintentional repealed when the legislator recently passed Tbs Upp Mil Amend lug the City planning Law. Senate ratifies the Aenas by a vote it tit ratified the action the Boun is passing a Wise Bill permitting nominations by Psi Tom if politics candidates in cities 2,000 a More population. The House vet concurring in the adoption at the Senate Resolution providing for a legislative recess until december la next year we 84 Titi. By a vote 85 to 28, the House concurred in the action the nasal is re passing the Wiatt Bill ral Tiv Tith Cleveland stat Hospital. Tbs Senate concurred in Tbs Milan the Hon in re passing tit Rffie tax Bill it to to the Ramey Mil la to 4. End the Calvert Mil. M to t while the House we concurring in the action the most in Fie passing the Carpenter Mil la i to the Senate we ratifying Tbs actins the House in re passing the Temh had Al Bough taxation measure it to i and i to 8, respectively. 016 interests i Motter first move to Breitf pfc aet reported under Way. Ruhr Issue is turning Point. Industrialists not Ayr Alj upon amount to be paid. By Frank it Mckay if you live in Athens Nelsonville Logan Pomeroy Middleport a score two other places your Telegraph instrument in the messenger office began its clock Oty Click bringing in the worlds news m rapidly m an expert operator messenger we ready for you this j can record it his typewriter. He morning about m 090 m your dropped the sheets Down thru a breakfast. Chute to the Telegraph editors last evening at four clock a desk. Where they Are read beaded Battery five inter types under up according to their importance the guidance skilled operators news value and Given to the machine operators. The City editor is sending out by new gathered Iron the four Avo counties covered by the messenger and the news Section is now in full blast. The advertising department he been Busy thru out the late week and saturday bringing in copy Hunting up illustrations turning it Over to the and Man who Marks the size Type w hat is to be machine aet and what hand set. Makes up the advertisements takes proof them and places them in the forms Randy for the make up a a Man when he coma duty at i clock. A the Magazine Section not con a Taining Liv news is printed first and coloured supplement with Quot pol in and her pals the Katze Jam Ruers a Quot Jimmie and Quot hooligans if you coaids take the sunday edition at the me Enger tear each paper apart making pieces Page else Lay them end to end you could make a path 17 inches wide from Athens a thru Nelsonville to Logan come bark to Nelsonville run out to Buchtel. Orbison jobs nod Murray City come Down to Chauncey and Lay your line up to Glouster. Starting again at Athens go oat to Hebbard setae Albany Carpenter Rutland Middleport Pomeroy Syracuse and Racine. Coming Bock to Athens and making n new Start Lay your path Down thru Haysville Stewart and to Coolville. From Athens Lay a line oat to new Marshfield Zaleski Hamden and Mcarthur. You Bove just about used up Jour Supply and bar the Way should Start out to walk these path to Petal indicated getting subscribers along the Way to would travel More than 130 Miles just walking one edition the Athens Remenger. Is it any wonder the Quot and Puu a a a a a a a a a a a a a # a # Iso Miles # 4 messengers # a a a a a a a a a # a a a # # a a a a a a a a a a # by 8. D. Weyer copyright ims. By l n. I Berlin april a Learned from an authoritative sovran to night that an executive commute representing the most powerful Industrial interests in Germany at secret session Hare worked Ooi Baals for the new reparation Powals which Germany is to make to the Alite soon. Austria list. It is understood signified their will Tamsa to the guarantees to to offered by German government to thou Power. This is the first time the German industrialist will a m co signatories to a a offer. With chief feature this Quot bask a worked out by the industrialists pm i an offer to resume deliveries 1 is inserted wrappers made Aad a Pere addressed that go by mall so that no trains traction cars taxis will be missed and the Carri boys will not be delayed All # inflicted Whit continued. Page bus. A automat at ram jul lariats which stopped wham French and belgian armies pled the Ruhr. There waa my debate Over the question offering ii a definite sum Money. A majority the committee. Including hts go Briones opposed offering 000.000,000 Gold Mark Eon that the losses sustained in Lorn the Buhr Coal mins my tories made it impossible to such a pledge. To figure fixed no figure we decided pm blk it is probable that a sum by 1 a a lated. It will be 20.000.004,400 Mark approximately to 000,004. The industrialist claim hav positive knowledge that plan will be favourably French industrialist bom that la might drava a tween French Quot big brain Premier Poincare. Quot played Wpm a am Cleveland. . April Campbell a night we taken in a amp Uky night with a serious left be. R a inflicted Whit How j

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