Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
9 Dec 1923

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9 Dec 1923

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - December 9, 1923, Athens, Ohio N0 pages z8 today he staff Crit the weather and Rorr sunday. Mortar Penn nil ski re Wop in South rain to and Romerta North. Amp vol Xix no. 12. Ohio. Sunday december 9,1923.g ass. Cive cents a copy South court Street business Block damaged by fire three std Tures suffered losses in a saturday Blaze today s Bright spot a human Torch Pav Russell and Hooper buildings share the damage. Kerr hardware Cotton grocery and Boelz ners hard hit. Fire unknown origin caused in estimated loss approximately $30,000 Iii hic building South court Street owned by Pearl Day. In in the adj Oinui buildings owns Gay mrs. Ain soy Hooper and miss addle Russell Early saturday morning. The Blase apparently paginated in one two rooms in the Roar the Day apartment the second floor the building and a <1 in own d at 2 is clock fir . I la j who a a nyc cd by Chr a oui d Gin falling from the Bumm Frame if a Light. A ii id made Good head xxx a it a Over d and Tho Athena to arc risen to great dial tor Tho efficient and manner in which Tine i Tho Blaze that at first it to sweep through the the firemen kit it the to Tho second Story aiding although big a that and adjoining n i in to by the gnat i web r necessary to Suc a what i he Tiro. floor Lite thro r buildings aft used for tits and tin occupants were Floe hastily lightly Clad i it to before the flames and the apartments hurriedly those i . And mrs. Anil i. Kate tinker in they Are so polite and appreciative in criminal court in Canton these Days that the memory Chesterfield himself is re a ired. A thirty Days for stealing an overcoat a said judge Bowman to Harry olm a j a i a 4 4 4 4 Burke in race for governor Pinchot seeks presidency ? said a thank Yon. Judge Quot Johnson. A a you re Welcome hot done to Cal again replied the judge. A Ytse polite because a studied etiquette a Johnson remarked As he was being meas11rot and photographed for the Quot rogues Elyria a senator a has the hacking a Many friends Dayeh ust Deayn car a Logan Keystone state s Given a term Nitro Penitentiary others Are Sta n d i n % about waiting for the Call. Huff Man was taken to the Penitentiary common pleas to begin his sentence saturday by name Athens Man mentioned As among the candidates. Kocian. Dee Man appeared in j court thursday and changed hts Deputy sheriff Brandt. Plea from one not guilty to one the Accident which coat the life i guilty to Hie indictment org Kelley occurred main Street Jing manslaughter for the killing and resulted when the ear which James Kelley in an Auto fatality Huffman was driving struck him who a occurred several weeks ago. With great Force. Kelley died a he was sentenced to the penitent few minutes later at the local Gary for from one to 20 yearn by Hospital without regaining con judge Pettit. The minimum sen scion sees. Huffman has a Large lie Nee was placed at ten years. Huff family. One we soon announce tews meet progressive Lead Era in the National capital. Price fixing in Oil Indus try making Uncle Sam dig. A Gas War Brot about a probe v to to if Tho physics department Tho University Iowa was doing a bit experimenting it was necessary for someone to submit to the i test. And Tirats Wasny to easy. His clothes had to be soaked in gasoline and then ignited with a match. Then the subject was to jump into a tank water. Captain Mccullough the University swimming team volunteered. Here he is his packet a Mash flames accomplish j ing the leap. He suffered no ill effects. Collusion charged and the Federal agents Are getting Busy. Firth ii i a i High wage Scales do not fill the pay envelope by Robbert s. Tho rur Koh Washington dec. S. Months May be required for the governing i mint to Complete the sweeping investigation alleged Price fixing and other activities the Oil Industry it was announced at Tho department tonight. Few industries the United states have been subjected to a by w. J. Huske i. N. S. Staff correspondent cd by . And dec. H friends neighbors and supporters the gubernatorial candidacy senator j. F. Burke Flat Ria plan to open his Campaign for Hie Republican nomination for governor next i tuesday night with a coins Lime Atory dinner in his Homo town and from that time the Effort to place the Ria Man at the head the Ileau Buran state ticket will continue unabated until the Prima in a in Angust. At this meeting. Senator Burke will elaborate the platform Anontine d when to first declared his candidacy a few months ago. According to reports received Here prominent among the supporters la militant senator is Arthur i Harford manufacturer who headed the Quot Hull Moose Quot ticket for governor in 1912, but pledges from hundreds men. Many them i prominent in their communities i dont Tho state also have been recely cd. Senator George h. Bender Cleveland burkes colleague for Omeal unearthing Boot slain wife forces confession by husband spends Busy hours con Ferring with foes Coolidge. Wealthy Milwaukee real estate Man admits murder wife when forced by officers to uncover her hidden grave. Dec in tor broke under a grilling and and Milwaukee was the stoicism he maintained through the grisly ordeal unearthing the headless and naked body his wife. Mrs. Ora omp-1 bundled the body into his new Kins from its secret grave in the automobile and drove it to the Lone Hon a Den Ravine deserted k Ray a "b�1 where it was buried. By Globke h. Holmes Washington Lex a Slevc Taumle tonight was virtually wih the Republican National comm Hon Imi by the withdrawal Chi ago from the race. By Fred w. La pliant treasurer the Republican National committee. Washington a it dec. A governor Gifford plane hot. Pennsyl Vanla tonight brought to Contu Aton two Busy Days conference muted that he marked his wife so no consultations with members head from her body last thursday Congress who ars identified with burned the head in a Furnace the so called Quot progressive bloc Tompkins this evening. After pro listing his innocence for 12 hours. The ghastly discovery mrs. Tompkins body a country estate the in Althy real est Fite operator t Uty none Miles North Mil former Normal school inst Rue he s handsomest More searching scrutiny hundreds two terms in the Ohio Senate has thu 11 Aldine. And 11 j a Opp Isact sell in the those k. I <1 w. V. Edmond-1. R building gov n had to be assistant Ivan Day a. A out the h us. Arms j the i he Xvi blown Down by tile Force a if Limiter polish in the. Re co., Sto. Room floor. Harry Kelley Nelsonville Points out in an open letter Why the Hocking mines and miners Are not working today. To ii i Nelsonville dec. 8.�?Harry and their urgent need assistance Kelley jul i City former Miner i because the great number in mine superintendent has and Idle mines. I write this letter not dressed a Tetter to . John h. With any idea 9f beginning a Conli cry sup i intend it the Atli it rovers with you but because la re ens Seu Quot Hospital in regard to a. Feel you have not gone deep a interview with . Berry in enough into the Causon and aeon Iii Columbus dispatch regarding Cordingly. Your statements a the condition mines and miners published tend to mislead the pub ates damage oui Side in the to King Coal held. Lie. Hiding was sustained by . Kelley s i 11 follows a j the Sam condition i f�., Alane the store j note your statement 8atur-t mint existed to some extent in 1919 a tin conflagration raged. Day december i As j and again to a greater extent in Federal agents being engaged in examining books the tug nil corporations. Both Tho Standard and the wealthy independents. Department agents Are likewise studying methods the Standard ii co., new Jersey Indiana and other state. Vvhs it re separate corporations exist As Well As the operations known subsidiaries and independents. Whether not there a Jan collusion Between the Varia is corporations Mfd Stmard liar. His Cam been selected to manage pain. Indications Are not wanting however that there will be plenty j opposition to the candidacy senator Burke. According to All present signs former governor Harry. Davis and colonel Carmi a. Thompson. Cleveland will both enter the teds is candidates Thompson it is v. A will have the support the if Earslee organization As Well Between the Stan Dard and 1nde_ As the elements lir out the state particularly Tho Southern part it. Which nominated him two years. D through the coiling j ,1c Columbus evening dispatch a condition the Hocking miners la i Imi a. To i. Ore. Inn hic greatest por in Dan Mac hic result a it Tho company s loss is a i i it sin non. Others who t is through water weft to lib i ii. Cotton grocery. $2,500 the to a. R Sisters $1,000 e. Ii. Howl no , and w. T. Edmundson. $500, i to the fact that Pearl Day is con j to bed at the Home his Quot James Day Morris Avenue it was impossible to secure an stir ate the damage done to the Bay building. Mrs. Tinker and the Misso Russell were also unable to Civ estimates the damages they sustained volunteers help the firemen and their Volunteer assistants worked fast and efficiently in it it diluting the Are. While one in was Ping taken into the kit hardware store and an cd i i. In run up the stairs in the Bay building a third line was Tak n to the roof the building by far Riff Mckinley his son Pete Mckinley. Russell May babe Ruth had Jones. The flames were coining through the roof and through this opening the men ran the nozzle their Hose and poured later the flames beneath. Downstairs fire Marshall Chubb Knox secured a ladder and gamely placed it through the Hole that Are pod burned in the Kerr stores a filing. Re carried a Hose up this adder and worked from that precarious position until fumes from exploded furniture polish partially overcame him. After a few moments in the open air he was a we to go Back into the Light. 1921. It occurred in each instance for the same reason namely that operators the Hocking District were unable to Pendents As to Price fixing gasoline other Oil products is something tie government desires know department Justice officials said. Gas Price War the alleged Price fixing in gasoline came to Tho attention the department Justice in a Quot Gas Price War last summer during fining men in Chaun imia a about Foy Nve minion tons Coal. Formerly almost this Dicey Brot to court Here. De Simpson Frank Branson John Kochman Sam Workman Fred Ellison and the Plains who were arrested Friday by Constable Sellers charges Hunting without License and who were each fined $26 and costs a total $45.50 by Squire Tucker Chauncey were released from the Athens county jail saturday night by judge Worstell writs Hareas Corpus. The writs were granted the ground that Tho men were illegal imprisoned As Tucker had made no entry the cases his docket John Kochman. It to said was engaged in returning a gun borrowed by his father to a neighbor when he was arrested along the Road. Each Man pleaded not guilty when arraigned but Tucker immediately administered the oath to them and had a trial. Anding them guilty. Despite the fact that Workman and Ellison paid their own fares a traction car into Chauncey they were charged $5 each for transportation As was each the other three men who went in the officers machine. It was reported late saturday night that charges May be preferred against the Chauncey officers involved in the Case. Which a number producer arc name to the Republican elector produce Coal at prices which would i to m0�?~ Chicago to and while White disclaimed nil. _. ,. I discuss curtailment production knowledge their circulation it until the supposed gasoline surplus was pointed out that the publicity had been consumed. Concern Osculating them had Long it was admitted that the Prole handled anti Saloon league publicity. May result in disclosure nothing mention Foster irregular but in Case collusion is congressman. Gable Lima discovered the government will twice entered in former demo take determined action according Egnatic districts xviii also be a Candice officials. Date apparently authentic reports a Ltd nay while Secretary state Thad 8. Brown now serving his first term is reported a to be willing la Call for him shows any indications developing unusual volume. Others who May enter before the 1 lists close next june include congressman Roy Fitzgerald Dayton congressman Israel m. Foster. Ago. Reports from Columbus indicated that James a. White superintendent Tho anti Saloon league had his lightning Rod out and was waiting for the current to strike. Be linens Arr Bein gel related thru out a a a is the Hest looking Man in the the state asking him to submit has it to Cleveland. At least so think Waukee resulted from the recital to Chicago police by the Mataln woman s sister a tangled Story Domestic trouble. Infidelity and threats death. Mrs. Victor Rubin the sister de. Dared her belief that Tompkins f them the measles the new session. Ile has left with Many thei and with political leaders Capitol generally the Impre that he Wilt berm an Active mile didst for the Republican pres dentin nomination in 1921. Tim that hta avowal candidacy win not in Long in forthcoming per haps right after the Holiday. One senator with whom Tho Pennsylvania Solon talk so during his atty in Washington said provi Hod murdered him wife. As he had lately he would Quot not to surprised threatened to do. And even said thello a. Governor Pinchot by husband had declared in Advance thrown into the ring within Quot a f4 where he would conceal the body. Weeka aided by Jacob Donges millionaire governor Pinchot. Himself Houri owner the estate which Lions Over resolutely declined to to Etc Den Ravine to situated. Sheriff Phil i polities candidates with reports West Phul took Tompkins to the Era. He was Frank in stating grave and forced him to Tho body. Howard w. Hamilton restauro enable them to sell their product in Competition with Coal from other i districts and particularly from West Virginia and Kentucky where non Union miners Are employed. This statement covers Tho situation Fin a nut Shell. The slate Ohio consumes in tire tonnage was supplied from mines in Ohio. And Ohio mines Sre today capable taking rare the requirements the entire state. Unfortunately however that part Ohio formerly supplied by the working District can also obtain Coal from West Virginia and Kentucky and during the past few years those Fields have shown a re con untied Page fourteen Young Driver was crushed beneath Auto the judges in a recent contest in male Pulcher etude. Several Civie clubs joined in the Hunt for the fifth City s handsomest gent. Nat aurally. Hamilton had a lot Competition. In first week that 9 Dong got. Farm bloc cannot finance Relief project a desired. Washington Dee. Plans the congressional farm bloc to finance agricultural Reller projects from the assets the United states Grain corporation which operated during the War were abandoned tonight after it was Learned All proceeds the corporation bad been wiped out through Loans to foreign nations. This situation waa revealed by senator Robert n. Stanfield. Republican Oregon and confirmed by senators Edwin f. Ladd Republican. North Dakota and George w. Norris Nebraska members the senatorial farm bloc. Senator Stanfield announced la Grain corporation was a a Penn to less the strength statements English political situation made them by Secretary the Treasury Mellon. Again be clouded by a i elections. Congress thus far Fea Tures Only factional strife. Athens former judge Ben w. Dough Delaware and former i congressman Roscoe Mccullough Canton. Floyd Tolliver Doan Ville meets with tragic Fate. Car wrecked when left Nelsonville Athens Road. It fiction Dollings cooperative Church work finial May come shortly. Being planned in Ohio a Quot i bus o., dec. 8. Thin ii a. Have against we made our Case i a Dwight Harrison a Frank county prosecutor John r. I son f ared Here to"111 ,�?T, to nip general manager the la n no Collings co., Ohio a trim Neforos charge a Toms in Chi William g. Benham Dom former president the new company who is under is . with Harrison to begin very shortly close Harrison s trial. In common pleas court a judge Robert Duncan with making false state Columbus o., dec. 8.�?plans for developing co operative Church work in their respective communities will be discussed at a conference Here next tuesday and wed. Be Day officials the by county about e30 clock saturday after Nelsonville . Dec. Floyd Tolliver aged 21, son . And mrs. Elmer Tolliver Doan vile was instantly cited and his companion Willis Pancake also Doan Vule was slightly injured when the Ford roadster in which they were Riding went Over the Side a High Culvert the Athens Nel Sonville Road near the Juniper mine Washington. Dec. 8.�?the end i the first week the sixty eighth j Congress found both houses tonight still unprepared to do any real legislative work while leaders j both parties were in Tho throes j organizing committees and getting ready for the serious business the session. Expect Oom. We in even exceeded London. Dec. labor party tonight stood ready to a aume control Tho British government if the stewardship is offered by King George. After a Day Lait naive conferences among the leaders the various parties be Lief prevailed that if the Baldwin ministry resigns next week a concerted Effort will be made to form no a a it u co option government. A a j it is understood that King George is deeply concerned Over the political actuation that has re Columbus. Dec. 8. Ohio a goal Sale Christmas seals will be exceeded. Although the preliminary Organ a waa voiced Here tonight by mom 8ute<j from the general election nation the Senate and House has but is Tho a Hll Christmas Seal according to the evening stand been completed with senator committees. Lard. Premier Baldwin will tender Bert b. Cummins Iowa and re orders for seals from log his resignation to King George representatives Frederick if. Gill cd rom unities thru out the state Dur a monday recommending that the Ette Massachusetts wielding. In the p51 work aggregate 4.482. King summon Ramsay Macdonald. Their old gavels at their respective 50 it racing the total number ends the Capitol there was every approximate 35,000.000. Indication this evening when Mem Southern City is fire threatened Norfolk is. Dec. 8�?fire which broke out late tonight in the Arbuckle Coffee co., Plant at Berkley near Here waa threatening the entree manufacturing Section. Aid has been summoned from Portsmouth Suffolk and Petersburg. All available fire apparatus in Norfolk was called. Damage estimated at More than $500,000 already has been done. Ahi Mission in wan Hington he How finial Only in quest Avgis Latva a Aport the Coal Lull which he huh i drawn up and which would Ito the Anthracite Industry fetch i regulatory Powers such As the a bib eminent now has Over the Altro fit a Industry he would have lodged thu Dower in Tbs same body the inter stats in my Ere coming Satoff. I his ca1ts1ate a fits a Lapp i noon however was Senate i Hiram Johnson Republican ical fornia. Who thus far to Tbs Only lax owed candidate for the 1921 a nomination. I message taboo i the message which president Coolidge delivered to Congress was ill Kelse taboo in governor pin Chat s talks with newspaper men concerning the presidents recon a mind talons Eon which part lit 8 to some extent his own and in the Linander in which president Cool i to Dan dealt with prohibition to my message he had nothing to ankh los the governor however two buoy Days at the capital. A had a Long talk with senator Wilt Lam e. Borah. Republican ldftf4 with senator capper Republica Kansas with senator Norris to publican Nebraska and is Eves a a ailed around and got acquainted j with senators Brookhart. Republic i can Iowa and senator May Ftp Johnson farm labor min i Nesotas. I former Crown Prince a wins Back estates Russia a a m Berlin dec. 8 a former Crossf Prince Friedrich Wilhelm today won a lawsuit against the pro state establishing his estates Woelfl Silesia As his own1 Avaio property. Following the revolution 1918, the prussian government seized the sex Crown Princess lands contending they were state prop erty. hers closed up their offices for the Day that the extensive legislative program which confronts the new Congress will have to be held in abeyance for at least another week. Ends her life after threatening sex husband refuses a Post Manila p. I dec. 8.�?emf Llano Aguinaldo. Philippine revolt Many City after common plea Sandusky o., dec. . Dora Ashley 48, who openly threatened to kill Ber husband. Frederick Ashley a travelling a is Leader the labor party., and entrust to him the task forming a new Cabinet. Set trial Date for hearing charges judge William c. Wierman tonary Leader refused tonight to accept an appointment As Secretary fort Clinton had granted him a i iof the Interior to fill one Tho Vorce Here yesterday afternoon posts vacant since the Cabinet re committed suicide at her Home in signed several months ago. Toledo Columbus o., dec. pleas judge Scarlett today announced that december 17 Bas been fixed As the Date for hearing Tho disbarment proceedings against attorney Lemuel d. Lilly prominent local religious and Legal activities and formerly a Leader in the anti Saloon league Ohio. Gain is Large. Columbus . Dec. 8.�?a gain 6000 in membership during the last year to one the achievements credited to the present executive committee the Ohio state teachers association which . Willis. Gard Athens is a member and the other executive officials the organization which is to hold its annual Winter meeting Here december 28-28. Is electrocuted. Canton. . Dec. 8.�?delft# works was instantly killed at the Sunnyside sub station the Ohio Power company two Miles Outaw cast Here this evening when i came in Contact with a High tension wire. A Sale Stock. A a parted sur the and City churches councils in Ohio. I noon. The a its it was announced today. Addresses said. Asol re rho a d Lff Are scheduled to be made by Fred j attempted to pass another maj Xor a Holme so Seca tary Chat Oliver was literally crushed be a doubtless Many wonder Why Council commission councils Neath the car. Which was totally state Street in Athens to so Crook churches. Wrecked. His body was removed to de. Why in the northeastern part the Stout undertaking Parlours j the City its course is North and Why state Street has an Elbow prices to stick. Lima. need have Little fear that the Price gasoline in Harrison a Advance from its present Lex Elj not mutations Dollings company before next Spring according to m. Affecting not less than 40 i p Colt the National Supply co. t liupst0r&Quot throughout Ohio re to amp a present Low Price crude Oil. chasm in los is sustained by Pur which la a barrel under the ton Quot Stock a Tho Dollings p a Price two years ago has Otallia re approximately halted drilling operations by All but k be cording to attorney a a Fey rigs which Are operating i crabby where it was viewed by Coroner South while in the Western part it Saunders. Pancake was taken to to East and West making practically his Home. The deceased youth is a Square turn Elbow South Landock survived by his parents four Sisters and two Brothers. Search for Ohio girl. In the heart the City and is straight nowhere but for Short distances. The answer is to be found in the cause its creation As Well As also to the fact that its present course and location were determined even some years before the City Athens itself was planned by the ctr Chicago dec. 8.�?Chicago police were asked tonight to search for miss Martha Kramer 24. Last known to be in Columbus Ohio cum stances connected with the ear a because twas Asok crocks a they settlement that part the state immediately West Athens. It is said that one Day a calf in lower new York then probably new Amsterdam wandering from its Mother wended la Way up Manhattan and into the primeval Forest. A but mad n Trail All Bent Askew. A crooked Trail As All calves do. Likewise Many men wound in and oat. And dodged and turned and Bent about and uttered words righteous Wrath but still they followed do not laugh the first migrations that calf. And through this winding Wood Way stalked because he wobbled when he walked. And Broadway with its teeming millions is known throughout Ute world today As the passageway multitudes. With Marietta As the first settlement White people intent upon establishing Homes la the new Northwest territory that town course became the place where in continued Page seven 44444444444 better t ate Cleveland. O., dec. A sixty one years to a Long time to Walt for a promised kiss but , Cleveland says it was Worth it. Sixty one years ago Mc-11 Rath attended a dance at shrams Corners. The Belle the Ball was Hattie Schram. Mcgrath liked her pretty Well and while dancing one the do Fash loved dances the Day asked her for a kiss. A Walt till the dance is Over a Hattie flashed. Bat they did no to meet Natal today both them past eighty when their grandchildren brought them together. And the first thing the lady did was to keep her implied Promise Given Tong ago. 444444444444 i learn the Rice he cities the famous Southern mummies. There to one thing that lingers in the memory anyone who Home Ever travelled South and tasted the i cooking the famous Southern i Mammie. It i that dish White-1 tender Flaky Rice with Rich Chick i in Ham Gravy. A a in the South where Rice to Pathh As an All the year around Aflfe every Sydn the year vegetable. A a is served with Gravy with Gold i in butter me tips through it the i dinner guest in Dixie whether he will no. Is served Rice and Gravy with his meat. Huh by there Are Many other Momii Southern Rice dishes that Cook should know How to him a i these Are included among recipes contained in the new let t5r$� r Book la ii us u Lins for distr but to secure this free Booklet my Mem fill out and mall the Coupon Bop enclosing two cent in Stamps for i return postage. Write your a a a Dresa clearly. And add grads Rio j. Haskon. Director. The Athena messenger information Bureau Washington v. C. I angles herewith two cont i Stamps for return postage free copy the Rice boo Luet. 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