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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - December 3, 1922, Athens, Ohio 30 pages to Day Tyc amp met it can i the is k Vii eur most c a Stiv 8l Quot Jay. Mar Jay i i lit # c ing text per a sure vol. . 6. Tahk \ s. Chu. San Dav i ii pm blk 1si22. 66 Kink costs a Dio 99borah leads a progressive bloc democrats winners in Senate filibuster Untermeyer flays Legal chief general in vitriolic terms ii us tuft Lafollette stands aside in favor of the Idaho senator Washington Doc. 2.�? opening wide the floodgates of acrid criticism and vitriolic denunciation Samuel Untermeyer noted now i York attorney delivered a speech Here tonight in which he characterized attorney general Harry m Daugherty As a a cheap politician and legislative a under this administration of the depart ment of Justice we have reached in lowest Depths of humiliation to which any civilized country has sunk in recent year a Untermeyer said Yufer Meyer a sensational speech was made before a notable group of guests at a banquet in a local hotel which brought to a close the two Dav a progressive conferences in Washington. Seldom has a pub lie Man been More savagely attack cd than was Daugherty a no amount of Public service president Harding May perform ted tract the barn i he has Don by a us c pointing Dang i Tony As the head of in the dept t it men t of Justice. In Nam now lug him. The p resident hits atm k Clar a blow to the a admin i a rat Ion. Of to t Juke Lee i from xxx filch it will r tot soon Liioi recover. W to Ulster me or attack took on an veal added s signifies net Vav Heil if Xvi in beet called 1 hat he probably xxx of it i be Glo con Tiro-1 for the prosecution at Tho and Imp a i Mien t proc a dings against ices Crissinger l a Hill Farmer Quot a become head of Reserve Board 0 a a in i push to begin for big things whole nation will be included in move to work reforms by to. Bart Campbell i. N. S. Staff correspondent Washington dec. 2. A having launched a National non partisan movement for constructive progressive legislative achievement and the election of All Public officers from president downward by a country wide direct primary system the two Day a progressive conference Here was adjourned tonight with progressive leaders declaring their drive for the greatest Good for the greatest number of the people would next be heard from Iii the Halls of Congress. An effective working Organiza Tion with some o i Tho most repro Seni ume of organized labor agr cultural and other groups to Carr on a National a a people a legislative bloc irrespective of party lines was evolved from an eventful meeting of progressive spokesmen today at the City club. Tho launch # no of the new movement followed formation yesterday of an equally militant a progressive congressional bloc composed of present and newly elected progressive senators and representatives who propose to pursue henceforth an aggressive bipartisan course of legislative action in hot ii branches it Congress. Senator William k. Horah of Idaho one of lie progressive leaders of Congress was unanimously Olios in chairman today of the advisory executive committee of the a progressive congressional with which the a a people a legislative bloc is intended to work and Coopers in not Only at Tim National capital but in every state of Tho Union. Borah is cheered in Hie absence of Borah who had gone to Boston to urge again recognition by the United states of sox Jet Kus of his name was cheered by the Lino men and women assembled at today a gathering. The reception accorded the announce ment of his being chosen to Lead the dominant committee of the progressive Cong ret tonal bloc was Only equalled by the stirring ova lion Given senator Lafollette of Wisconsin who gracefully stepped aside that Horah might Lead tile new movement in Congo by. Following a warning by senator Lafollette that a a great onslaught would be made by the reactionary interests upon the state Legisla Tures this Winter to deprive the people of the popular primary in a it number of states by repealing the direct primary Law a today a gather ing adopted a Resolution railing for. A More effective and Lar reaching primary system than now no third party tee Foi the adoption of Hie Reso 4m n. Senator Norris Republican one Bra. A chairman of the sen ate agriculture committee declared it was not to a third party the pee. Pie needed most but a Complete re organization of the country s Clee Tive system including the abolition of the electoral College so they could choose and elect their own Public officers from president Down speeches were delivered by sen Ator Brook Hart and representative. Sinclair. Republican of North do j Kota and Frear Republican of Wisconsin in condemnation of the present financial system including the Federal Reserve Board and see rotary Mellon a conduct of the Treasury department. Frear Denoun red the office of the internal Revenue commission As a Rotten Quot and demanded a thoroughgoing i Vestiga lion of it. The Bank of Athens n. B a. Offers its services for the Coiler Tion of u. S. Victory Liberty loan to notes bearing letters a b. A. D e. Or of which have been called for payment december 15, 1922. Interest on these notes will cease on above Date Tiger propounds another ii f it question to americans couple Khz led Clemenceau cheered in St. Louis speech saturday Wilson a Points also acclaimed Frenchman declares that America is also wasting War Money by Harry l. Rogers i. N. S. Staff correspondent St. Louis to. Dec. 2.�?gcor-Ges Clemenceau the a a Tiger of France today asked a question of the american people. A Avon went into the War for a Tea son who said before a great audience at the Odeon Hen a have you got what you went after a a i Don t want to Tell the United states to join the league of Milt ions but. Sooner or later you Are going to have to intervene in Europe. Beware lost you postpone lit too a the Tiger spoke jul length of the French debt to the i United states. Quot we at Quot going to Pas j you a lie said. A we will pay our honest America and enc land left. France in the lurch. Clem Enchau declared and broke up the economic Solidarity of the allies. Repeats charge a the Tiger it iterated his charge that the United states spends Mote for military purposes than France. Quot i think some of your americans just a bit militaristic yourselves a he said. A at the Washington arms conference America asked for Hoo too tons of capital ships a he pointed our. A i would give you a my he declared amidst applause. A it la a Way of wasting your Money which is. Of course at your disposal. I do not believe very much in warships now because there Are Genii dead naughty submarines and airships which raise a doubt As to the. Value of capital Wilson cheered As at new York and Boston a Clemenceau was cheered when he mentioned Woodrow Wilson atm Hie fourteen Points. A what were those fourteen Points who demanded. A pleadings set Forth before All Mankind. The fourteen Points were the soul of at this juncture m. Clemenceau brought the great audience to its feet when he exclaimed a no one could have Laboured with a greater heart than Woodrow Senate clean up is waged by Foh greek Royalty Prince Andrew before military court til a Barge of treason a Kopek Bev opting of or exalt i Lions lock bunkers in their own vault Wichita has. Dev. 2.�? three unmasked bandits locked the cashier. His assistant and three patrons in the vault of the Towanda state Bank Towanda Kas this afternoon and escaped with j2000 or Cash and an unknown number of Liberty Bonds according to report reaching Here tonight. Mrs. John Legrand. Who entered the Bank four minutes later released the prisoners. The bandits entered and left the town in an automobile without attracting attention. British believe that i Uncle of the King will be banished by David m. Church i. N. S. Staff correspondent London Dee. 2 the fat Quot or Prince \ rid Row Uncle of King George of Greece who was sum a Nia Rily arraigned before a military tribunal tit Athens charged with disobeying orders while command my a greek army corps in the Hor co greek War in Asia minor was in doubt tonight. Flaunting their re Fin re in to e face of Anglo italian protests the reek revolutionary committee moved up the trial of Andrew two Days arraign ing him today instead of next , the Date originally set. Immediately following receipt or advices that Andrew had been arraigned and that his trial was be Rig rushed at top Speed word was received from \ Glens by Way of Rome that serious counter revolt a tonary outbreaks had taken place at three Points in Greece Patras miss Longhi and Corfu. Rebellious greeks angered Over the summary execution of former state and military officials at Athens earlier Iii the week Rose in arms. The British Flag was hoisted at some places by the counter revolutionaries in demonstration of their sympathy with the British protests against he executions. May banish him there was a disposition in Brit Isle official circles to believe that Andrew would escape the death penalty. The opinion was advancing that he probably would be degraded losing his military honors and rank and ordered banished. Andrew s Case took on increased importance Iii England by reason of the fact that his wife is related to lie English Royal family. So is at present in Athens. Andrew a a arrested at Corfu on oel Ober 21 and taken to Athens where he Max been held incommunicado Ever Ainee. Detroit Auto maker now wants the a special interests there routed Detroit i be2 flaying a the special Intel Sis that have controlled the Senate so Henry Ford tonight declared that a if a senator will go Down to Washington and begin tvs Ltd off the books All of the Law that make for privilege he Mill i Quot opining a great Field of m i x ice. Or. Ford s attack on the Senate and the Laws that body has passed Mas made in a statement Enders ing Hie appointment of James con zeus mayor of i Lei Coit to succeed Truman la Newberry in tin United Stati s Senate. Years ago Couzens Ber fired pm ploy i it with the Ford motor co., As a bookkeeper and Rose rapidly finally being made vice president. Later he sold ills Stock to Ford for 130.000,000. Fire took heavy toll of life in Buckeye state during november i Mem Mesher on Sale Ai i isms ask Susi Columbus dec. 2 Quot novem Gas stoves in the out Ber was the worst month of the use rigid Gas Conner year. So far As our careless tribute of the Flimsy rubber i to fire was state fire asked. Marshal Dykeman declared tonight forty seven people lost their Ai lives. Behind these heart rending cd scenes lies the chief cause of 97 per a it cent of All our tragedies Carole Ness a ten of the 47 deaths were Amit figures in due to asphyxiation caused by the and injury Caus deadly fume of burned natural Gas. Or gasoline. Five children four youths or Middle aged. And one aged person slept their lives away As the dread Gas crept to the level of their nos marshal Dykeman said. A is it any wonder that fade and inst tub the lesson at Lancaster where entire family was wiped out by Bon monoxide should stand out a warning for ail time to come everything front hot Gravy to Dyn i the month s death murder or suicide St. Maryo., dec. 2 aul ties tonight Are trying to Dele whether Homer May 2�?T. Well Farmer and livestock dealer Mitred suicide today or was to of scheme xxx ill be put thru for the knt ire state Turke Hundred Farmer oven i Grain xxx ill be sold to better advantage it is declared Columbus of dec. 2 me t in is of Farmer directed of Corpora Tive elevators in about la Ohio counties v ill by held this month to consider plans for the establishment of to statewide cooperative Grain sales Agency off Nils of the Ohio farm Bureau federation announced tonight. Plans for such an Agency have been drawn up by a committee composed of represents fives of the Ohio farm Bureau fed oration the Ohio Star Grange and the Farmers Grain dealer Assoria Ion. Three meetings of elevator dire tors Aii a managers have already been Bel in As Many count with about 15 elevators represented. The response according to a. L Anderson director of Grain marketing for the federation Lias been favourable to the association of the elevators into a statewide Exchange through which they can sell Grain in Large counties on a co operative a is. That meetings Ware held during the past two weeks in Wood Seneca anti Marion counties. Those planned for the coming month will be held in counties of the heaviest Plain producing sections of the state. The plan proposed Calls for a rash Sal a Agency which will receive old from Anc one who is interested in buying Grain. Prices to raise by banding together it Hoed. Belter bids May be i for larger quantities of Gra an individual Farmers Cie Able to secure. The bids we played from the Central which w do probably be Loc it cd Columbus to the various elevator that Are joined in Hie state Agen and orders must be fled within certain time it was to tat and. There Are about 300 a in crowed elevator now buying and a ing Grain to Ohio with even a a of i Hoje join Quot together leaders i Columbus has x double Trace d i rom open As sit e Bride and Groom xxx Ere Koi in dead had not been seen since Che night of their marriage or is ,. Doc. 2. I in lifeless infill i or. And mrs. Robert i a implant married lust wednesday nigh1, were found Boro tonight in their gum ids hollows Avenue. Death believed to have been accidental is attributed to poisoning from Carbon Mon oxide1 Pas Given off by a flue less Gas Heater it of the a Radiant Type. plier. A a. Was a Public be i count ant to /.impher, Tiwa formerly or Bertha Hocier relative Aud filet had not aeon i and or Urpin t Pine their Man Lac. When Elm Phero a employer today notified Iii. Ret Iii 4 tint r had riot return led to work. A brother William it , irked the police to Aid in a search int or and or Zirn pit or arriving at the mellows Avenir Homo tonic officer lint eel re a it rout odor of c r the House was locked. Forcing an Entrance tin were compelled to open up All win Dows and doors downstairs before hey could co Meta Quot the Poison on Pirn irritated their a it a a and in. Trill. A ghastly sight a gift Coly right w a witness i win n hic policemen broke Down Hie locked door of or and mrs Zimpher n bedroom on Tho Tippet boor. Lying in led heir Bod end were d a olm of and swollen in heir a head was three times us Normal size. Apparent in a Niph i had tried to get out it cd to a n a window but succumb to the Poison Gati had one foot on the floor and one Arm Hung Over a Side of the bed Cox it did h of partly push led off their bodies the Heater a still burning when the policemen arrived. Mute evidence of anticipation of a Happy Home i by to newly wedded couple was found in pm lures Placid on chairs preparatory to hanging and in various pier of furniture which had not yet been moved to their proper places f o u r about the same Washington dec. 2--the weather Bureau today issued the following forecasts for nest week Ohio Valley and Region of great Lake a considerable cloudiness temperature near or slightly below Normal occasional Light rain or snows. A a terrible turks Long Pii by boy Hoot Days tin get Hor to be moult git at Cost character four years air t i graduation it in Buchtel coiled. Muon. Us ringer was Man led tombs lib f Scranton cd Concord Mich they i in one child i pm Huth successful banker sue at Law led a ii in r in to various Hanking and a a i Xien Tine nil of xxi ii have Alan turned out Sucre fully. He helped Organ ire the Cit National bunk now the National by Batik k Trust com puny and Wax Pic Hunt of the in dilution Wlms appointed comp Rol ice of the currency my also helped Lorn to Marlon county Telephone Emp any. He. Has alway taken an Active part in educational matted in form movement and Civie it prov in Enta in xvii Fin organizer of the minion chamber til t Ommie Lei in w i h helped boost Harding to the i i. In la delved into politic but never Chi Public office before appointment to ills present Job. Net behind All hit activity is in it in gee love for Tim country he a a Tut. Cancun a and to ilk Quot Lobo referred Titis Urb by it to a count in Hov i interest in farm in lid not who. When he led Fot Hie City a n Law Yei to or As Kepi abreast of to Tim Quot in Narlet ilium my for Ninny veal hit done a a a Tun in Quot farming in Bobby is the the Marion Gid a a into i Hsitu Ltd tin min k of to r 11 bet it office a lilt a count of the so Tare no Candida ires surf d known i for the a. 51 i Gill xxx ill not be a candidate for seen Ary again the annual election of director for the Athens county agricultural society was held saturday after noon at Tho Athens Hamber of Commerce where the polls wet i open from 12 30 to 2.30 of lock land where i member cum tar h ballots which la consider i a got Al sized \ of. Ii he lion wa1 Lichi in m id seven director log Pla it thai number who terms had pred. The direct elected will serve for him year. Tho Etc ii to it a Hoard a directors Saf inlay in id Jan Mcclanahan Canaan township m Auto makers in i of Appal is Ihm Dei Hoit Midi dec 5-will St Clair automobile the hands of a a ego a Complete Parry now r. But in a it Ili r ship by la comp a it Helm Fern i court ii that my i ii i it i i was Appl ran malleable was a Friendly i butt nil parti Best protect the com rep d foil on suit. A1 by b to. Dunbar umps by d solve Iii 1 by Lark of Aplin War Cine a i be secured in that Ator Ltd i be re office it. Goddard been township la Henry in in township Vav. La William. Lodi township i Ile yen be a a a \ i in to township and vol \ a in a Carthage towns p the to psf the directors were be elected and the other four succeed a in i am William h Bow is Athens. Kim 1 Hay ?. Rome township and hurler Linscott Trimble township. The retiring members of the Board the fair Board will rn1 j next s b inlay afternoon St i o clock in the Assembly room of the at Hen a Hare Ber of Commerce to organize lot 1923. It Iso i a known it furday that cd m. Gill of Athens who a been Secretary of i fair Board for the past f ight years will riot be a candidate for the position ne.1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 444444444444 British pm fit stands by to terrify Creek Londo Olio in at Britain Val Demon greek con a cd. Broth <1 to it death Ling big to learn it i Kab h e Ann i or Fain in i lard be s Audna have j 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 444444 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 whole program in do per House related by i he attack leaders i it in i i i x in Stu Rda v l ight Oscr ship subsidy Mas re los Iii the same manner i William k. Hutchinson w Xii Ichton Doc. 2. Of tar battling for Titre div again to a i it pm of critic fill u or wide threatened to it pros out Hie Pas Sage of Ane Ley mint Ion in hat Over in Tho in Vav session of engr a ginning monday t he Republican Humber hip of t to Enate throw up the sponge tonight and it to i Iii caucus to Lay i a i is or anti Lynching Hill a. Ale indefinitely senator Lodge of a a Buhalts the pc purim a lend a instructed to formally adv Quot the minority on i Oft to ii v that no attempt to pm la Quot anti Lynching it. A Billon would to made in i in coning session. The Quot it Quot i Quot i 11 la publican can co gave it administration it a of jilt Lief la in the belief period of to week during which constr 1 w a in per la i Arn fat in lied. We. Chi a Cate voted to recommit tin Garn Filiti i Ihu inn loan Bill which the adm i Tipu t at Eon had advocated a it to pen declared the admin inflation will Rush Hundred of pre a Blent is i appointment.?. Including i ii lining a Fie Abul in i to the United be court t la in. Ill it r la i or to i ii a in Hilo hand All nomination the acute will f Ime Ailo o lot a two infill a Carlie than in a it v la adjourn about ii a a Hui a tiding the pc Iii a a Zintl and i Roll vet at. Noon in tin regular december Short session. Not of r Hatti e the decision of Tho Cru Cua mean Ira hip fib adv will he t to tied but pm he a mite next week i id i i d i who Bonne but i n in up in i a i mini i at in full hush or then ensure xviii tie referred to la a Natl ii min a commit monday morning i to it. Id hit Walt in it with Betci updo Quot i on and 11? ult mat rat i in not ii pred Lete with be taint i a it a a too Xiv 111 by i w n 11 oui hot to a ii Quot of the chamber. With. Ria i in Follett re up bib in o it con in hot Uhro Qubti an. Of id i arid i appear a a bib a of Kansas probably Ald in til 11 Al in Leaden in Ai rec ipg it thick on the Bill la foil a to reported planning filibuster on tin in it sure along the no Tinea which proved so sue Cut in the Democrat in their fight ii i to ? i he Dyer Hill la Tollette a Aid Loic particularly 4h a rim it i i to calling of a a peril a a Ion of Coli get after next \1a, to i Rind Hope to delay the it Quot id v to e fact t thin end tied or journal the Bergoo tile Victory Over the i r p e a do Iii Fly to the unique a Acle of hear led by Menati i i in a. I the de journal Content re Aion three a la the at the ton barricade. V. Y could have a for Mon Tity of Keechi Dyer Bill soul gov r Ftp it into Curr donations for children in Hospital Here Are needed badly at once i de Vav nod. Of via on. Of1 my Chuff Ppd ill the Fiat ions to Amend it i to Quot of of fila s Tith journals of ii up by their leg Quot Iii Tho Riaf i a continued their i without thu aking. Tit to give til Power to step to Lynching of i penal a ,.-a the county be Blip opened to born family. It also or provided to to be levied Aga where the Lynch paid to Thrift Deff for the of county i att eked As unconstitutional. Priv was b heatedly caution the Public to vent dentally killed. He Eva shot. Of to the cd 11 n plot of mid and dishevelled in appear. Anre. a Hen Las soapy tried to cute the Whit 1 House to interview free Lent Harding. Investigators four 1 that he in it Vreen Fla coed of his Fortune of $.>. A and intended to go to h and Riuard is for Justice. The police Are now trying to regain hts lost Money. I pc v lowly Are donations net Coner a received by miss Clat. Cavanaugh my Haj it supervising write of the Athens to Den county Public health department Doser it stricken and no be it children of of a Elmer Milligan at the Stolter log he Arins Hospital. Daly 139 Baa beaut kept in received since the last accounting offed t Wax mad Friday bringing toe it. In no Tai of the Quot Cash donations to 1215, care at an amount which barely in Quot a Hupf inform both or 11? r on Yoti f to bit out this if Obi and appealing of thoth attention of the Public county for some stun. Hired it i said. Must to Quot very i insured a there lire no facilities for their proper care at the cramped Milligan Horn Quot in Luling Money i needed and needed at once if the Quot could a a at to receive the attention their condition require and which is Nece Arv to prevent them joining the loot tier in in Ort to to a a -1 r where she was Laid away Friday a o Daz till Loath is bar organization its Ara Ava Quot to 5b v. Jav it it Tivie a Tjit i tse Al Juge. Cut tags a most too. Is a k u Rel two Xuy Ejof sex pays to Cru know of

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