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30 Dec 1923

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30 Dec 1923

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - December 30, 1923, Athens, Ohio Pages today the Atrit it it messenger the weather Lutitia Loath a adar and Honda night. Mood flood. Cold wave Monde and Mondo night vol Xix no. 29. Tyr sat hens Ohio. Sunday. December 30.1923. Amp ass. 3fai�l copy five Cento the a emotion we Chi after Bohus in systems me t. Huit rated Katims Hes where missing dirigible is sought by French a a tampering with tariffs will be bitterly opposed1 4444444444444 i St a Start income not been what was promised by Board. No car shortage loadings in past have surpassed Al records. A a a a a a a a a yearly a a a a a by h. K. Reynolds. A i. N. S. Staff correspondent Washington. Dee. 29 a in formal statement calling attention to their achievements luring the j year. 1923, the railroads the i United states tonight Laid Tho foundation for the combined Effort j they will make during Tho coming months to maintain their present freight rates and to prevent tampering with the Federal Laws governing their operation. No reference was Mach to the demand president Coolidge for freight rate reductions similar appeals from the Congo ssi Onai Quot farm 11loc�?�, proposals for the Slimina a Ion the rate making provisions the transportation aet. It was declared however that a it spite Tho fact that the railroads this year handled Tho greatest1 volume business in Tho country s history they failed to realize the return contemplated by the interstate Commerce commission in fix Cincinnati o., dec. 2.�?insulin, made from gland secretions the Bod and used As a Core for diabetes represents Only the first step towards in series greater discoveries and developments one its discoverers . J. J. R. Macleod the University Toronto Canada Saki Here tonight upon hts arrival to address the convention the american association for the advancement science. The address the noted chemist Ami surgeon was the Climax n Day discussion by 2.000 savants running the Gamut All tile divisions science. Discoveries were announced. New theories advanced and roads to new developments were paved. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 4 4 4 4 4 ii ii 4 41 i Illinois and Missouri report some daring robberies. Whiskey is taken Money loot at several Points was equally heavy. Chicago. Dec. 29 a bandits in the mid West today prepared for the new year in Daylight Holdup raids that brought them approximately $21,000 in Cash and almost an equal amount in whisky. A suburban Bank at Summit iii., was the heaviest loser. A shot gun gang descended Tho Little town terrorized it with volleys and fled with $19,000. A tit. Louin fruit company lost $2,300 and a Chicago liquor company was robbed 146 canes whisky Worth $19,000. In the Summit Holdup live the i men entered the Summit state Bank and held four employees and two i customers at Bay with shot guns while they forced the cashier to i open the vault from which they scooped $18,000. The sixth member the gang stood by a waiting automobile taking occasional shots at any the inhabitants who were hold enough to show themselves. Only one Man attempted to inter this map Northern Africa and Southern Europe shows the scene search for the a Lamude. Gigantic French dirigible missing since i it cd. 23. The big army balloon flew from Toulon. France across the Mediterranean to Innala. In the Sahara desert. Ila return the Dix mud was caught in a storm near Tunis. Since then no definite Trace Bas been found. Dec. 27 the Dix Mude was reporte d South Insall. Near Hogar the supposition being that it was Drifting across the Sahara looking for a Landing. The following Day. Fishermen found the Bod the a Lamude a commander in the Mediterranean a be w Miles off Sicily. The place where the body was found is indicated with an Arrow. Dotted lines show known course the a Lamude up to the time her disappearance near Tunis and her probable course since the storm. Federals pushing toward Guadalajara in heavy Force. Obregon at army also moving Vera Cruz rebel stronghold. A Reith oui Kins Khuth thu. In Frt in centum. States Minni i few hours 4 4 4 4 4 4 front. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 a to Speed Acron has a Een demanded the party leaders new year s at the White Hoise sheriff and police chief Issue warning to Drivers. Fere with the robbers operations., bt1 Winter weather now gripping John Schoonfield a grocer across he Canadian Northwest. The first the Street from the Bank opened i our to in severe weather in the by aether Constantine i. N. S. Staff correspondent Mexico Chat dec. 29.�?Federal troops the Western front Are advancing from Gentian in the late Jalteco and expect to capture the City Guadalajara second largest in Mexico within 4$ hours according to advices received Here this evening. General Andrew Almasan s Federal army in Puebla Baa advanced 66 Mitre along the inter one anti railway from the City Puebla capturing the City Tehuacana with out tiring a shot. A Federal column in the state Jalisco operating in conjunction with Tho troops that Are advancing upon Guadalajara Are pushing in a South w eagerly direct Lon to give Battle to the rebels reported to to Chicago. Dec. 2#.�?sub-Ero. Below. Lune had Toro below at entrenched at Hay Ilia 65 Miles weather Over the Northwest and Duluth and ten Balow at Moorhead South Jam to Teim Nunt mid West probably accompanied a breath this Simc storm was it attle i Mai a eat Hgt a Blanket Snow tonight was expected to reach a far South As Hie promised after gust the Iowa Illinois and Indiana. Ajmo. President Obregon Baa arrived at t Washington dec. To. A president Aad airs. Cool Klee Are she Dup i to increase their acquaintanceship by some 7.roo persons january i according to Plana for the White House new tears it was made Public tonight. The ooh Der Arjen tinning the ancient White House custom revived by the late prot dwt Harding Personalty greeting the new tear All who a desire to stand Long hours in line and shiver for the Opportunity. Three and a half hours with 25 minutes break for lunch and rest have Bren allotted for the fact Long past experience have shown that near live hours probably will he necessary. 4444444444 Mellon denounced b e cause he has tied up issues. 4 4 4 is 4 4j 4 4 i _ program not Mads 4 a vote Bonus to deter a mine attitude tax nation. J by a. Hayward. J pm. 8. Staff correspondent 4 Washington. Dec 29.�?rasa-4 age a soldiers Bonus Bill 4 Congress within the next six week appeared As a possibility today As a result fled and it is believed that lie wounded one the men. Six heavily armed men forced their Way into the office the Illinois wholesale amp manufacturing drug co., in Chicago overpowered the watchman bound him loaded ins prevailing transportation in pm. I in cases whisky valued at $19.charges. At the same time. The state june Day hem ahls to uro000 it truck j and hauled to it it was made that the ten per 1 a cont reduction in freight rates red by the Commerce commission to take effect july i 1922, had i decreased the freight Bill tin with Only one More Day in which american shipping Public by More to procure their 1924 automobile than $500,000,000 this year. 1 tags is before the coming the new Illinois and Indiana and perhaps United states was Felt Early today j Ohio. Zero weather and Snow arc when Devil s Lake n. D., reported Long overdue in the Northwestern the record Low the year with 14 Staten. A decisive Battle la in Prospect in with i a bib a Jalasca within a Short Aero expected at Des Moines and a drop to j Barca it he state Jalteco to direct in person the movements must have plates cure 1924 licenses before deadline. Lac a unprecedented achievements in Athens count motor Eta ye8. Meeting without difficulty the. Transportation needs the country Ter Day stormed the Headquarters have been accomplished by the rail j the Athens county automobile roads the United states during club from the time they were opener year 1923.&Quot said the statement. Cd m Tbs Hiss Ais a until they closed cd m Tho name the american amp to 430 Ock last it it it la Estl. I Portage mated by officials at the club head not Only have Tho rail carriers quarters Flint approximately 900 successfully transported the great-1 License tags have been issued to est freight traffic in their history owners automobiles and motor hut they have done so without any trucks from their office the fifth transportation difficulties whatever floor the Security building and have virtually no car shortage. Despite the fact that Many tags they have also at the same time j have been issued it is thought that improved the physical condition outliers Are yet Many owners who their rolling Stock to the highest have not provided their cars with Point in the 1924 plates. The club office summing the work a com Jwill remain closed All Day tuesday pushed by the railroads during the new year s Day official stated year the statement said that re that it will be unwise for motor venue freight loaded by the carriers Iris to venture onto Tho c y in 1923 was More than 15 per cent streets the coun y i 5 v8 greater than in 1922. And ten per later than monday without first intent greater than in 1920, the prevailing their new License plates is Vlious Peak in during the Cess one million cars. 1 a in Yiew the fact that there planting fish bootleggers National capital hold banquet Tho federals the Western front. General Enrique Estrada to in command the rebels. Federal troops operating in the Southwest Are reported to have reached Speransa the Maxi Cano railway two Thorda the Way to Vera Crux. They met Little opposition Tho rebels falling Back without risking a Battle. I Johnson is to stump the state Early it is sold. Cox for president for the state streams that Are polluted will be left alone. Washington. Dec. 29.�?�?oyoujof them decided to forget their Are cordially invited to attend the professional business for one night first annual Ball the bootleggers Jand celebrate their Prosperity with Union America. District co a selected few their beat Cuato-1 urn Ida local no. Al r. V. R Mars. At the very moment when Washington was All aquifer Over the re the Ball was virtually held Friday night at the suburban mansion Harry Davis and Carmi Thompson Are out for governor. Need More lands Scioto county game preserve will be made larger. Columbus o., dec. 29.�?decision that no fish shall be planted in any Ohio Waters that Are polluted has been made by the advisory ported existence a list Hoo one in wealthiest. It was an Boatie customers several score affair wits Magui fleabane and Dis j the social elite whose name play and should have been Accord might have been expected to be a High place in Washington a found such a list. Had it existed social Calendar. The guest list a were opening the above invite Johll comparatively Small num tons chuckling and hastily Don a a aug than a hundreds Ding their dress clothe. No a Fht been to a a a. ,. Ably with Rome the official Ball the Bootlegger Washington an it ,puon1 for which Waal nor. Ton society i famous. A despite certain Little annoyance like occasional raids were closing a very successful year. 80 successful in fact that half a dozen e Delaware school quiet after a wild outbreak. Remove leaders All Vert formal. The Best the two fluted drink j ors from Washington a who a who were present. Attaches from several the Ems tastes and legation i Lent a cosmopolitan air to the fee-1 Tulve Board. Even diplomats run. Out liquor at times and have to Delaware o., dec. 2$.�? the depend bootleggers pending a it situation was generally quiet at guards placed in institution to prevent new trouble. A than ini920thestalling their new License plates is has been made by the advisory j Hiu Ziril Fri Ltd year the weekly Load indicated by statements issued inboard the state fish and game do us i ii ii ii la i la year. The k 0.mckinley and chief vision it was announced Here to la i fir la lir la i he year has been in Herb Parker saturday. Night. A it was pointed out that i 111 Uli ulu i u in polluted Waters no shortage in License tags. I see no i Quot can Only result in the ultimate excuse for failure the part j loss such fish and in the useless Drivers motor vehicles to provide j expenditure Money and their cars with the 1924 plates the Board also has approved sheriff Mckinley declared. A Drivers the proposed acquisition Between Arthur Fields held in Logan confesses the crime. 5000 and 10,000 More acres land to be added to the Roosevelt game preserve Scioto county. Arrangements have been made looking to Tho Purchase not less Senate to vote for such a measure very shortly. Mexico City dec. 29.�?the mexican Senate is expected to ratify the general convention providing for payment foreign claims and . . Dec. 29 a officials Riold a signed confession made by Arthur Fields who was arrested Friday by officer Farbeann. For the alleged thefts several autos Holch have been taken in Logan during the past week. Fields has served two terms in the Mansfield reformatory previously and Only recently was released from that institution. Search the person Fields hade at the time his arrest resulted in the discovery a number Auto keys. Among which is said to have been the one belonging to fencer Farbeann. Whose car was a Tolen about a week ago. In the confession Fields admits that he look the Clark machine which has found deserted East Hunter Street Early this week. Folice by the opinion that they have cleared up the entire list stolen no which were reported during a he past several Days. Fields will he arraigned before magistrate Linier. Must Bear in mind that they Are laying themselves liable to arrest and prosecution if their cars appear without the new tags later i than he warned. J a similar statement was made than 25 two year old docs and 15 recognition the Obregon govern i saturday by chief Larker 8man Black bears release add a ment by the United states when a a motorists arrested Forita Uona peasants Purchase Ruff Funai vote to taken at tomorrow have the 1924 License tags Ted Rouget pheasant eggs game Nick a. Union the Penn to will cars can not make the excuse that bards and Hong for the preserve they were unable to procure. Plates establishment another game for ample Opportunity Haa been farm during the coming year the Given them at the Headquarters the Athens Bounty automobile club a he stated. A i see no reason _ charges a a shiners rival their next shipment. Everything was very formal. Guests in evening clothes were received at the door and formally announced. The evening started the girls Industrial Home near Here tonight. Lute this afternoon 21 the wards the Home charged with being ringleaders in last nights Ftp que in ,fn�8 a Quot j rioting were taken to the woman other Choice liquors added to the Rotor Raftory at Marysville. Joyousness the occasion. An excellent orchestra played softly. Between the courses entertainment Quot a blowing the dinner there in it the pr0benb0 ten deputies at til _ institution Farmer living nearby adequate Protection it is believed has been taken against a recurrence trouble. In addition to dancing and a Little serious drinking private Stock. But two toasts were drunk a a to another year a prosperous a 1923,�?� and Quot to the absence Roy be de will Aid Obregon Washington dec. 29�?the United states government has decided to intervene in the mexican situation to the extent Selling to the Obregon government certain War supplies rifles ammunition artillery and air planes to the \ Aine approximately one million dollars. Ude Nim captive in Kansas Camp night s session. The Senate will adjourn monday and officials declared tonight they were confident full ratification would be accorded before that time. Majority Leaden in the Senate declare that the country a credit the National Honor and the nations exigencies make ratification necessary. They employed these arguments to induce the minority members to attend sunday s session. Senator from. Oregon weds an easterner avalanches cause heavy losses in Switzerland Geneva dec. 29.�?fresh avalanches that caused death and destruction were reported from various parts Switzerland today. Roads railways and Bridges were destroyed. In some places houses were burled and the Fate the occupants is unknown. Whole forests were devastated. Except locally heavy Falls Snow in the mountains caused the avalanches. Hiawatha. Kan., dec. 29.�? a Story How he had been kidnapped held captive for three weeks and like a serf made to work at the stills a band a a shiners Short help. Was told Here tonight by Ort Vermillion. 23, who was a delivered a bound and gagged to the Phomvi his father in Law. He could not Tell the location the Camp the Moonshiner threw him from their motor car. Chicago. Dec. 19.�?charles l f Mcnary. United states senator Oregon and miss Cornelia w. Morton. Boston were married late1 girl prefers death to stay in state school have arranged to answer promptly to the sounding the Siren whistle at the institution and go to Tho Aid the deputies if trouble again Breaks out. Also two line firs Hose ars to be trained the Assembly Hall where about $0 the girls Aye being held under guard. No sooner were the 21 ringleaders removed from the grounds than the remainder the girls in the Assembly Hall began quieting Down it was stated. Many the Giuria it was said went to sleep Early tonight and there was very Little noise the grounds after dark cottages wrecked. Although cottage no. 4, which with cottages 5 and la were badly damaged during the rioting was partially repaired today by carpenters and a few the girls Are sleeping in it tonight it was stated that it will be two three a William j. Hinke i. N. S. Staff correspondent Cleveland. . Dec. 29�?with Cuya hoga county republicans tonight picking n non partisan committee 160 to see that the Cleveland Welcome to t tube a Hearty a and with two big political meetings scheduled for the next ten Days things political in Ohio Promise no let up before the presidential primaries in april even then. Senator Hiram Johnson will arrive in Cleveland Early thursday with his National manager Frank ii. Dott chock and in the evening the senator to billed to deliver his a a keynote speech at a mass meeting at the masonic auditorium. This pleating will be followed by others throughout the state. It was announced Here. A matter equal interest was the expressed announcement his presidential candidacy and platform by former governor James m Cox. Democratic candidate in 1920. This event was expected to take place at Columbus january 8, at the Jackson Day banquet. Cox in rack utterance made by . Cox since his return from Europe have conclusively disclosed that his Fidelity to the league nations has not changed in the three years which have passed since he was the candidate espousing the league Issue. Should he declare his desire to again seek the nomination friends hers believed that he would have a Clear Field so far As the state is concerned although utterances by David Rockwell now managing the interests William g. Mcadoo from Chicago Headquarters have indicated that they might enter the stats in any event. Definite announcement was made late today Here that Harry l. Davis former governor would certainly enter the Republican gubernatorial primaries in August. A statement. Given publicity at Columbus tonight from sources close to colonel Carmi a. Thompson strongly indicates that he also will enter the Republican nomination. Insistent demands by the democrats and Republican a a progressives for a Chance to vote the Bonus before taking up the Mellon tax reduction plan. When Congress reconvenes next week. Republican leaders the House will be handed a petition requesting a party caucus for the express purpose ordering the ways and Means committee to la a a Bonus Bill before the House a before january 21. The Bonus advocates declare it la impossible for Congress to Cid intelligently How much to Duce taxes before a decision a reached the Bonus. The want to get the Bonus passed by Bouse and the Way to the ate while head ministration revision Bill is being re written the ways and Means committed unable to agree the republicans and dem in the committee Are at logged Over the method to is follows reducing taxes and Unitt these f lasers Are adjusted the lengthy conferences and com misos nothing can to done a passing the tax Bill. There has been considerable to Oisin Secretary Mellon those who favor the Bonus the Bonus and tax reduction Hern so closely intertwined by lament that no tax Cut a Bonus hurts two Abe injured Tiffin. O., i it dec. 29.�?mrs. Cd Moe Hart Tiffin and mrs. Bdl Rhodes Toledo were injured today when two interurban crashed Headon the Tiffin Fostoria electric Lins at the Edge Tiffin Haven prefers chinaman to White husband Vancouver b. A. Dec. 29.�? defying her parents friends minters and police Irene Blakeman 22 Ohio taxing districts Are to get Money earlier. Auto licenses Columbus . Dec. 29.�?prediction that about 1.260,000 sets automobile License tags netting a Revenue Over $12,000,000 in taxes will be purchased by ohioans before the end 1924. Was made Here tonight. The Law decrees that the new pretty Young Canadian girl an Tel must be placed Ohio Auto bounced her determination to mar nil Jules by january i. Approximately 1.083.000 Auto tags were sold in Ohio this year the Revenue from their Sale aggregating $9,631. 000.a a. Secretary state Brown lolled belief that Tho work building and improving highways can he started earlier in Ohio next year explaining that the taxes derived Yip Ben a chinese owner a Tare at Nelson b. C. All Vancouver a White and foreign population was aroused. He chinese is tall handsome and healthy. 1 prefer my chinaman to any an in the world Quot a miss Blakeman Ber relatives two minis. Officials and social workers at from the Sale Auto tags will be to dissuade her from the j distributed with greater Speed to. J the taxing districts. Greek rot Alty is banished according to Athens reports London dec. 29.�?th greek military league which was formed to work for the abolition the hellenic Royal family has been Sandusky. O., dec. 29-Wuma Jde Quot 1bor< the her a we Cotta today in the Horn . And mrs. Werner. 17, swallowed half to will is in condition for use As Joseph b. Morton relatives the ounce tincture iodine and then blew pm a a a Quarter Bride. Attempted to drown herself in san-1-- the senator gave his age As 49 Dusky Bay today while miss edith1 liquor scandal and that his Bride a 30. In , an assistant Matron the Tiffin o., dec. 29.�?a new implying for a License to marry. He girls Industrial Home was making i for scandal was brewing her is a widower. They met in Wash preparations for her return to Dola tonight when police held for ques in ton where miss Morton was do-1 Ware. The girl to in a critical con ton Ink blk Young men prominent ing work in behalf a the Massa-1 Dillon. She was paroled from then business and social circles Fol Chu setts league women voters school a Little Over a year ago. A a few Days ago her parents John the Cost living to the same i Werner and wife decided to have All you make. Her returned. _ lowing the capture an Automo lost Trace Hunting argument Enos with in be a Lann Urbana. O., dec. 2t.�?i. Andrix a Farmer living near Chan Lisburg was severely Fuji tills afternoon when he was shot the legs by a Man. Who officials was Sam hiders also Mech sat Burg. According to the report sheriff Irwin Mcroberts and another Man Ware Hunting a farm owned by John Miller Mechanicsburg. When Miu sought to drive them off a ment started. British Premier May not last l London. Dee. 29.�?i have broken out in both the and tory political parties Over question policy it was tonight. The dispute to Between extremists and the moderates. More trouble is piling up a fremier Stanley baldwins tenure office to not expects last More than three weeks Ift search for bodies airmen still without result Paris dec. 29.�?after another bile in a downtown Alley said to Tensive but fruitless search have contained a Quantity High Grade whiskey. When Uncle Sam first a w. E. Peters i West the Mississippi River which in the Northern part washing in later years has been so Exten ton county and in the Southeastern \ steely granted by the government part Morgan is a Large Oblong to encourage its development. Voluntarily dissolved following the tract land about Twenty Miles this donation tract is also some banishment the Gluck Bourg dynasty said a dispatch from Athens tonight. Former Premier 151-Therlos Venizelos Greece to expected to reach Athens tuesday to form a new government. Raleigh n. A dec. 29.�? shooting Down his pal Otis Stephens. And then chasing lits wife for a Block and also killing her Lawn i cd Gatling tonight fled Froan this City. Long East and West and eight Mue suites erroneously called the wide containing one Hundred thou company s a third Purchase Sand acres known As top Quot Dona cause it a the third in the Zenum Ohio a be lion it was so named because nearly All the land within the tract a Given a a a donated by the United states government to whomsoever would Settle upon it. It has the distinction being the first land which the goes Rameau authorized to be a homesteaded a and the beginning the subsidizing the settlement Frontier land i self wan oration frills in the act . Con Gross confirming the contract that company for the Purchase to the end that that company might be relieved the Burden contributing its own land for Protection against the indians As promised and that Early Settle ing by land and sea Hope was abandoned tonight that any survivors from the lost French dirigible dlr Mude will be found alive. Search for the bodies in the Mediterranean and along the sicilian and Africa coasts win be continued indefinitely. A scandal to threatened in official circles is the Dix Mude was said to have departed from Toulon for Algeria without taking Tho proper precautions. The official ments might be made upon land inquiry into the tragic disaster to adjoining that which that company being hampered by Lack fact As then owned. To when and How the Airship was a homesteading land came about lost in this first instance ast is result the Indian War 1790,6 begin Geddes is retiring its land Aad perhaps also because Ning with 8t. Claire a defeat at fort Washington. Dec. 29.�?81r Mai. 1 to it i la. Ulik. Iuul. Officers that company a agents the government subdivided it into suitable lots and conveyed them to whomsoever should Settle upon then the Ohio company it d in Tho tract Only recovery and ending with the Bat a Auckland Geddes the British am tie fallen timbers and the Bas add to the United state now Greenville treaty. When this War leave in London will not return began the Only fort in Ohio at which troops were kept for the pro continued psf Fovea. To Washington according to private advices received by hts friends hers. It. &Quot&Quot&Quot"�?T51 a thirty Days hath september april Jund. And november. All thu rest have thirty oni run the old Rhym that Learned to repeat in Cal lab but Why Trust to your memory. Count upon your Finger when have calculation to ranks inc the Day the year the Washington info Bureau this paper is r Supply your Calendar needs charge. It has for free Misti an attractive Navy Calendar j stiff White cardboard patriotic picture colors. Fill out and mall the Deate two cents ii write return in postage address cd clearly. E j. Bukin director. Frederic the Athens _ information Bureau Washington d. C a hmm i enclose herewith two Kwitt aaass#�4 stat City Al >�?��?�941 is Quot #4# As a it is is Chama stat a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a bal Fopp

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