Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
18 Feb 1923

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18 Feb 1923

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - February 18, 1923, Athens, Ohio I a g is to a y vol. Xviii no. To. Vhf ass. Ohio Sonday. I i i % thu weather i air and continued ooh sunday fair. With slowly rising temperature. Auy is 192 1. Turner in ii Alden Valo to Ole it in Ltd class mail Matte. Single copy five cents takes husband a a seat in Congress Jyh declare in fax it a strike unless demand is met. Ohio collieries men comp Vining have had Little w Ork in the past few months. Naval authority say arms conference has ruined the Trade. Old race w ill Neyer Start again Japan gained most in the agreement to end ship building. A eos d i x i h i it a in la a a a a the col t snap which has been in Ling around Atli ens to the e past three Days seems to be Here to stay. A a sat u via v morning the flier a Bio meter Richland Rio line re Gilt. Red 13 above St 7 clock. By 10.30 the Mercury my vis ii to 17. \ t Aims file Gibson a reported i temperature 1.5 above saturday morn lug v tile re lug temperature Friday evening brought 111 los w Ike a Blanket a Snow xvii cd started falling at 11.30 Friday night and continued at inter als thru a out Satin Day Ami saturday 4 night. A a a a a a Proe. V peer Columbus feb. voicing sympathy for Ohio chiropractors who a voluntarily serving prison sentences for failure to obtain licenses to practice their pro fission adopting a number resolutions and deciding to meet in Columbus during the week january 21, next year the Ohio i n it ii mine workers ended Thor an a Al convention Here tonight. Resolutions were adopted ins meting Tim unions District offi dais to Endeavor to effect a More a Jurai unionization strip mine a Kris pledging support the Ohio organization to Eastern Ohio miners in their efforts to obtain pay for All draw slate mined urging gov. Donahey and legislators to re lain the office chief Deputy mine inspector for at least two More years. They endorsed the appointment William Robinett Jacksonville. To this position then favored a it it edification Ohio a mining Laws pleading for greater co operation Between Tim railroads and Coal operators looking to a better distribution Coal cars at the mines recommending institution a strike in the live mines the Ohio collieries company in the Glouster Field unless a More equitable distribution work is arranged promis lug financial and moral support to the movement snaking release Dominie Venturato now in the Penitentiary and Dan Augusta held in the Belmont county jail a first degree murder charge in connection with Tim n. To Lafferty mine strike revolt last june resulting in the death John major a strip mine operator and providing for continuance Aid to the 13 men to id in Belmont county accused participation in the new Lafferty riot. The Athens county delegates de Elan d that the Ohio collieries mine no. I to had w worked Only t v flays a week since the settlement the nationwide Coal Stria a Resolution asking the United state geological Survey to permit no new strip mines to vie Opi Ned in a Ohio was referred to the executive Board. Mrs. John t. Nolan left san Francisco is shown Here being congratulated by congresswoman Alice Robertson Oklahoma after she had been sworn in to succeed Lier husband the late congressman Nolan. Quot old ohio�?T1 will have a birthday today with appropriate exercises i Rooks correspondent i 23 by i. N. It a fib. It. The a a droughts rival in numbers and a whereas institutions for Liberal education youth Are essential to the Progress arts Ami sciences important to morality virtue and religion Friendly to the peace order and Prosperity society and honorable to the government that encourages and patronize them Quot therefore thus reads an Quot aet establishing an University in tile town Athens Quot february is. I us i. From this nay tile life and history Ohio University is counted and this say it. Will forever be the habit to commemorate Tim establishment tile first University Ever to rec att nation a to tigress the Tai body. Or. I a in to tulips do Indiana Polis and new York is to deliver the address at the founders pay service in Ewing Hall auditorium this afternoon at three clock when Tim following program will be carried out Orch est a invocation Bros. In 13. Bryan Solo Quot stars a Harriet Ware miss Joy Cutler. And Dresser. Don d. Tunis orchestra. The Ohio University is the oldest collegiate institution in the great re the Northwest territory. It was origin Politi i continued Page two propaganda move not Elc Mcd in Good spirit. Officials Start prison life i it a ii he m a French reported to be seizing funds in German Banks. A w ims r. S. Id a Toi l l it Quot debt Ltd i i by Cham i Washington. Feb. It. War with France if necessary to collect tile $x�?T.koo, due the i nit cd states by that country. Was suggested and authorized Iii a Resolution introduced in Tho House late today by representative Manuel Herrick Republican Oklahoma. Herrick stated in is is Resolution that France will not Liny has made no Effort to pay and will make no Effort to pay this Money loaned to Lierly lie t Nitro states. He directs the president to a go get the a by Harby j i. No s. Staff copyright 10 Washington j Days huge it Ding each other size for the domination the Globe its gone probably forever. I this was the opinion exp today by Admiral David w. Taylor. I world s greatest naval const runt and designer their giant War ships the i United states which i were doomed to the junk pile lev it be w Ashington arms conference agree.? be lits. A i he Admiral set Forth his views in an interview during which he discussed Tim Washington treaties their effect upon the naval warfare Lite future. Not Only will these treaties he put into effect the Admiral believes. But at the expiration their ten year term they will be renew a and in All probability will Eon hmm indefinitely. Only Lim Rise to Power some nation now comparatively insignificant from Ile naval Point View such is China Russia Admiral Taylor is con Vinod. Could upset the work the conference and bring the world i Back to the old system Competition in naval strength. I hrs Oma aim it Japan gained most the United states least by this agreement to restrict the size and number the greater fighting Elaft. Tie Admiral j believes. From economic and political considerations lie places Japan in first. Position. The fulled states comes last in declared because the i United states throw More Money upon the table. U hundreds proposed Laws Jam wheels in Oleuir bus. Few Haye Jone to the governor. Final Date for offering Bills almost at hand. Federal officers put gleaner City Washington. I i i he s i session night ii j int Rod to j number 2.37 House and i i the most legislative measures lids session is resell t a i i v e ins k Asci Akron who has offered 3.7 Bills. A dozen Bills have passed both Senate and House and one Lins to n signed by governor Donahey. On and after feb. 2r, no Bills lean be introduced except with the consent three fifths Tim Mem Bers either Tho Senate House. Dependent upon which legislative Branch is the Seeno introduction the proposed measures. Of Tim past weeks record is any criterion Many new Hills will be dumped into Tho legislative Hopper luring the coming week. Iii the Senate this week 1 my Bills were introduced and 12 sen ate id us passed. In the House 5ft new Bills wore offered and 1ft new a battalion death Quot after the subsidy Bill. Wile carry the fight to finish. Farm interests will not agree to \ ote this session. By Al Nai Iii w i Ark t. N. S staff correspondent by Shi not x Fob i 7. \ new a battalion death a similar to the fatuous irreconcilable group which Defeated in 11 to. A t Ion the Versall b s treaty has been formed to kill the ship subsidy Bill it appeared to night. I odor no circumstances no mat what amendment May to offered to palliate the Bill to farm in i rests will this group headed by senator Brookhart Republican Iowa agree to a vote Tim measure at this session its opponents b Cia re. J he Quot battalion numbers approx innately 20 Mombes six whom. B Rook ii a la Follette Wisconsin. A Mizens Michigan. Ladd North i , Horah Idaho and Norris Nebraska Are Republic Ems the rest Are democrats. Mix i k Iii 11 aia announcement by senator Jon is Republican Washington Iii charge the ship Bill today that right sessions will la demanded be ii i in Lions v in a final drive to in it the subsidy was greeted with fit Lim Iii in Lay Brookhart who said Quot that will give inc an Opportunity to Tench Tim Senate the derm co opera i Ile threatened to speak every night if necessary the merits cd in e farm organizations. Of Oen secret burial plate pharos is opened by rude hands. Final work h As been held Back greatest treasure will not be moved for some months. Professor Charles in Holly professor i Columbia. I us Resit the sixth Viscount through Tim death who succeeded to the a a Gulf t lie d at ii in Ell Civ formalist by it is become f Exmouth Liis father title last a Cousin. M vim Coli Mir a Mim Felt. Sii it 17. House Bills in res passe Massillon mayor declares charges against him Are a it Eastern Ohio Mother Dies with a is about child Ren. Stei a Reny ii Llu cd feb. 17.�? mrs. Max Karluk gave her life late this afternoon in a fruitless attempt to save the lives her three children Fred 5 Helen. 2 and Max a babe four months. Mrs. Karluk a Brief errand to neighbors left the children in House. Returning she found House in flames. She rushed blazing Structure and firemen later found Lier body in the Kitchen her arms thrown around the bodies her children. All were dead. Leading red men plans Nelsonville Nelsonville a feb. 17. 9 Ige Lewis Al Houck Tern in. One the Host known members the improved order red men in Ohio. Comes to Nelsonville. Feb. 22 to make a Public address in the opera House. Ile is a i ast i real Sachem Ohio and prominent in other secret orders. I some time lie was Secretary to Tim late governor Patterson. Hundreds red men from All Over this District Are expected Here for Tim appearance judge Ila Uek. Ban ii i irs i i Ici Fri Cleveland Fob. 17 lectures bunking with Active c Levy land Bankers 11 t a he it Wim form part Hie course study in Cleveland schools beginning next month. A a a by s. The Wyer i. N. S. Banff correspondent Essen feb., 17. Lord mayor Jav Ostrin Oberstein and acting mayor Schaefer Essen who were sentenced by a French court Martini to three and two years respect icy were secretly removed from Essen today. It is believed i that they hav e been sent through the French lines probably for internment. In it prison in France. Director Guy Coz the German retailers association who was charged with instigating German merchants in Essen not to sell to Hie French was sentenced to two years and to pay a Tiro 8,000,000 in arks tins afternoon. A tense situation is reported a Glezen Kirthen which was occupied by French during the morning in retaliation for the failure Hie All to study municipality to pay the 100,000,000 j Mark inf imposed the first the 1 week. Al lie French were said to lie seizing private funds from stores. Banks and even individuals to make up the Fine. A jest we forget Quot appears to be the slogan the French in the Ullin land. Almost every Day French officials in conversation with press correspondents say that Tim people should be reminded what the germans did when they occupied Belgium and Northern France in War time. Post cards Ann books particularly Brand Whitlock s Book b a ilium Are handed out by the j French liberally and without Cost. They contain picture s ruin and devastation wrought by fighting while the germans Ware passing through Belgium and France i Velvl v Lusson taking a lesson from War time. The French have adopt d a systematic Campaign propaganda. J i Liis Calif Ign is Tia log Hie effect heightening to the germans t Loring threats that if Tim French succeed in running the German a Rhing t a enormous Supply c Bootleg liquor was a lice head Uard s Horah to Lead March across Atlantic this summer. L i b. 7. An f the capitals concentrated at tonight for Low ing a Days sensational raids by police and Revenue Aget is. Led by j. L. Asher tin phantom like prohibition agent who Bas adopted the methods new York s famous Einstein a Hie clan up squad swooped Down upon scores All g b Quot Blind Fig re Tai ing More than to flu Gallons liquor Ami Over i no prisoners. Fora week a is. Or supposedly j other parts made Hie rounds la City in Hie Guise a huckster Foi i Mills feb. I my his innocence la. Vogt Massillon i pc r n r do a h e y protest mayor Herbert today asked to dismiss the Johnson also to see for himself. The conditions there at first hand. Mines railways am germans Are com pc from the District some excuse for i thing to the Groom a a a a a a a a a a a nor xxx it it it 11 i it Abdi i pm v1b it Vii London. Flt Dot. 17. Air Arthur Cornin Doyle farm ohs novelist and noted authority spiritualism today Denoun a d As Quot grave robbing for signers Quot Hie explorers Ivelio have put in treated the 2, old Tomb Pharoah Tut-ankh-1 men. In Egypt hut declared that flu disturbance the Jad w ill not cause any anguish the Quot pah the spirit. Romance ends in arrest Logan Man in Defiance by Wili Jam in the to i. N. S. Staff correspondent Washington. Fob. 17.�?the United states Senate is going to invade Europe this summer. Having fought the Battles Europe in bloodless conflict the floor the Senate for the last ten years Ever since the european War began fully a score senators a. Planning to Cross the Atlan tic personal Tours observation during the congressional recess it was Learned tonight. They will study at first hand the economic political and financial conditions which have been described for years in senatorial debate. Heading the army invaders will be senator William e. Borah Republican Idaho the Stormy angry passions i the Senate. Borah plans to mums Are Mut Climax a trip through England and scandinavian countries by a dash info Russia where he Hopes to gain new fuel for his three year fight for recognition soviet Russia. Armed with a personal knowledge russian conditions Borah will press his proposed recognition Russia his return. ,1? i skin going j senator Hiram Johnson. Republican. Of California one the . Senate Quot a also plans ii trip a res the Atlantic As soon As Congress adjourns. Johnson intends to visit England France and pro ally Germany. A similar trip is p Annex by senator Walsh dem Cora Massachusetts and senator Gerry Democrat Rhode is i land Johnson and Gerry with Borah Are members Tho Senate foreign relations committee which has the final word to say ratification All treaties with foreign Powers. Id it Volt pm v n is i i i i Ang Eles Cal feb. 17, searching the City for a Beautiful woman Friend Earl Remington popular business and club Man slain thursday night Iii front ibis Home police tonight advanced their investigation to a Point where it apparently Vas established that this woman wan with Remington Hin sons night Hie murder. Mil ignored a Nudi sky Ltd prohibition officers the arrest tin Poi i e feb. 17 state tonight Caus e persons Farmers West Heinie Over the present a old wave. He go. Fell. 17 the present and recent snowy and Zero weather is Worth s a a Era million dollars to the l pulled Stales. This i v latino genuine news Toi several millions persons who have Sei ii in the Snow and cold Only wet feet Ami pneumonia was made to tonight by prof. If. J. Cox. He is Dean til Quot Federal weather observable and presides Over the North and mid West i United states. Had it in n mad to order pro in to intimated Hie weather could not have been improved upon for Tho Grain growing Belt. Ins i i i in Iii l l irly a no town. Fob. 17 Churg will using vile and indecent language a Telephone while talk charges lodged with Tho governor last month alleging that mayor Yogi was guilty laxity Law enforcement and tailed to properly enforce Tho dry Aud anti gambling Laws. After detain g previous Hunsuc. efforts opponents to feet ids removal Teloir activities ii ing based upon accusations similar to those How lodged with governor Donahey. Mayor Yogi j Slid his Alghi for lower Telephone rates lower wafer rates and for my col Nubia Heights to Massillon i suit d Quot vigorous opposition from the interests affect i who have made constant warfare against Bim Ever since lie became j mayor Massillon at but four pars ago. Three arrests in a torture murder made in Illinois attorney general rabbi has not considered such action. Rei ent Baid is not a a starter Quot no complaint has been made to the state officials. By a. La. Haddox ii n. S. Staff col respondent j Coli Mai s. Feb., 17 there is no present disposition the part attorn y general Crabbe to take a Bacilli in lie War fan that is being waged throughout Tho i United against the Kun flux Khan. Quot i have not Given any consideration to the question probing a to Vuica i la flux Elan Quot do dared attorney general a Rabbe Here today. Quot no complaints against j be k ii flux flan have been flied with us. Either verbal written. Slating that ins department should investigate activities i in a invisible Empire in it thin Tho probe would to initiate by him. The attorney general a Iid it till i himself nor any other off Lek in any it at to department no far As he knows will take a hand Iii la pro i acc unions contemplated in let Ion wit la the recent raid i Kun flux flan Spring Field j , Egypt. Feb. 17-�?Tho interest the Quot whole world a swept bark 3.000 years tonight to the Days the ancient in molts. Tomorrow will take place the ceremonial opening the inner churner i Tomb Tut ankh Viii it ii in the Valley Kings nod the hands Man will rest upon the sarcophagus deities for Tho brat Lime sin. E they were embalmed by the ancient priests Egypt. Egyptology its gathered Here Are thrilled by the treasures which they know rest within this death. Hamper the ancient King. Even the sight Hie sarcophagus which la is a Tain contains the. Mummified Lindy Tut ankh amen has i j Titi a t n ? Al their imagination and. In fact has too Hod the imagination the Vav i my world As. Nothing Els Bas done in Many years it is Ronald red probable Hist Hie list tin pot lint the Trews ures within the inner chamber xviii 1�?~ Infin untouched until next autumn. In event this decision the Mummy Tut ankh amen wit remain undisturbed thru out that summer. Germans attacking French police for revenge for Fine Berlin l i 17. Bulletin a German police at Gelsenkirchen will h was co in plot Cly occupied to Day by Tho French in retaliation for the non Pav Anent a Fine j a Marks have barricade cd their Barracks to prevent timing disarmed by French soldiers be Eor Dlug to a d spate from that City tonight. The Telegram slide that. La m in troops had surrounded Hie Barracks. A Rison reformers outlined puns to better conditions America must be the British Handicap. Oberlin o., feb. 17, Resolution Quot asking fur the restoration i indeterminate prison sentence abolition the county jail is amp Pima for serving sentences and the gradual substitution a detention system me Hie outstanding Reform events adopted by the Oberlin prison Cirn Ier ii a a at the noon luncheon is Salon w ii ii ii terminated the series meetings. In i i d a mini it Iii Klin. Lob. In sunday German Miner Wax killed and an Oiler wounded when French in feed hoops fired upon a group germans at Iii frill Liege Colliery Ileal Koi Buiu. Charge Usky cd. In having liquor. Police depart Merit w health Doest worry him Mills and the led to emigrate a they will Fine veiling every-1 Uhm a i i i ise re mich., feb. Rial 2.1 alleged Quot re a to b gun hers if b x a Quot to tonight for March a it Uci m la Quot a 1 a i Lictor Jerry Chicago. I he it. The net a closed automobile and two Lite men were tinder arrest a Dekalb Illinois tonight by Noll investigating gruesome Gen a a torture detectives have been seeking to a motor car in which til murdered Man was Brot to Hie shallow Enow Girlie where the body w is found. Both bands cd been chopped Oft to preclude identification by Finger i prints. Rigi Lak Gic esd Cini Kal soft a else n. Y. A Railroad station Olmre no tickets have been sold in the last four Yea is. That s lie record the Wampsville. I Iii son county depot tip new York Central and the Railroad moved for its abandonment in any fail to Settle Newark feb. 17-�?< three thousand Auto owners county have failed to Taki out 1923 licenses it was announce Ltd tonight. 17.�?con-Easant fact i absolute rude rubber heavy toil j from american Consumers Hie gov eminent will shortly undertake an exhaustive investigation by experts into the possibilities developing Home Groven rubber in the. Unite Washington eel fronted with Hie Nap t hat it treat Britain i a control the world 1 it Supply and is exacting territories. Commerce Hoover it agriculture Wal-1? possible to Start the r induct i v in tin i in id develop growth ? in eight ten years. Takis v Liff Indianapolis ind., feb. 17.�? Cha re a s Miller former attorney Genera i Indiana and United states District attorney was found j and in a room the English hotel Here tonight. He had suicide. Terror reign now said to prevail in Ruhr Valley the successful result such a vim Tore would he Hie for dog the in United states from domination by great Britain in its rubber Supply. Of i Myn let Sikl it incl Eveland feb. It. John Williams seventy was t in it to to a Hospital late this afternoon suffering serious injuries the result being struck by a truck in Public Square. La it a Dov terror exists Ruhr with Tho i t Cin b. I la feb. 17.�?a reign in sonic parts the germans Attai King according to Aih i a received Here tonight. Germans so cd dynamite Anil from Coni mine magazines for the maim Lait ii re in nabs. A Central news do Patch from Disseldorf said that German nationalists Verr secretly concent rat lug in and near gel i ii Kirchis a Essen Kec Klingham sen Anil Koc Listini. A Ingle Sam takes More interest in the klan s affairs ice choked Stream overflow intr into a Canadian town. Fob 17�?what pc Blat is government Kun flux in Lari d. Ohio is said to Mclean Wash i Lur i. Id Quot hoi a los Tims physical in i Al in stained in a Codo message re v died by District attorney Thomas la. Morn w ii re today. I was understood tie message in ill not Din our go government in-v111 in 11 Ion membership lists cd documents conf Vaud in Hie ii Aid a Morrish big ont., f several persons no Bol have Bern drowned today As the result floods from the ice choked St. Lawrence River. The water swept Tim streets washed through the United states customs offices Anil menaced the City s electric Light Plant. The property damage will be heavy. Ice has filled the River lied to the in a the Village streets. Government engineers have been Siut to the City and attempts will i e made to dynamite the Jam. Residents Are moving to the High lands. A a a a a a a i in i xxx i n in firs i jury in state Case records were made in i Amnion Picas court last week. In Hie first place women were called a jury fur lie first time in a criminal trial the state against de Young president Hie traction company for pointing firearms in the second place a woman mrs f. Xiv. Bush president pm it federation was made Foreman a tary. Mrs. Bush acted in that capacity and reported a unanimous verdict guilty late Friday afternoon after the jury had to n out about half an hour. Some months ago two in. in a i in. Cd in a jury in common pm is court in a civil action. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 1 a a a a a a a a a a a a a

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