Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
25 Feb 1923

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25 Feb 1923

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - February 25, 1923, Athens, Ohio 34 a g is t 0-d a y ii Cimer vol. Xviii no. 76. Athens. Ohio. Sunday february ii 1928. Pc Torea at at flans a 1�?~tnuimct is into Cir mail matter. The weather Cloidt so Idajo and monday prof abit licht rain Snow Little i in nor in Temish Raturi. Single copy five cents Harding favors court peace ship subsidy May breathe last soon filibuster is Eastern Ohio miners capture payroll Bandit Hub Iii ise sum ims Shie Veteran engine Driver has first fatal Accident in half Century Toi n a Stowe o., feb. 24.�? j later released $3,000 Bond for Al crashed into a funeral car de Richard Dick Shane 75, coroners jury As a result a i polishing it. The funeral was that a battalion death has Cleveland a Veteran Erie employee Grade crossing Accident at Holmes held for Tony Mast a world War Best it thus a remarkable Bunch hustlers t i co years service 5l years Street today which caused death Veteran who died As which were spent at the throttle two women and injuries to six Jug gassed overseas. Result he far. La locomotive was arrested late to a others when Erie train no. 24. In iday a manslaughter charge and Der control Engineer Shane anew. Forces swill Start i Quot administration a have not lost All Hope however. Battle words. First week will find Battle raging in the Senate. Wet congressman attacks members who vote dry and drink wet and starts uproar by denouncing anti Saloon hundreds armed men run Down a Lone Bandit. Washington. Fob. 24.�?wets galilean was expressing his open and Drys fought a slam bang Battle Ion these members Congress in Tho House late today cull Nat health Fth Washington. Id. 24.�?�?Tthe administration ship subsidy Bill. After floundering under a series attacks from ii coalition filibuster was in a int suspended animation tonight. Although tin Bill a supporters won two test votes during the Day they practically have abandoned All Hopes enacting it into Law at the present session. Under a unanimous consent agreement a vote will by taken monday afternoon a motion to recommit Tho measure to the Senate Commerce committee. I administration forces still main a tamed they could defeat this move by the lulls opponents but they readily admitted they Rould not. Ward i a off an attempt to displace the measure in favor other legislation. They planned to stand a shoulder to shoulder however to prevent the lulls Bath by direct vote the w Senate. The a a battalion death which i drowned Tho subsidy under a flood j words in n filibuster lasting All a week had two Quot funerals arranged for tin Hill which they declared j it killed at this afternoons ses it Hon. One was Fin Effort to pass the a motion re committing it and the a a other a motion to displace the Subj is do Luilus that Sidy with the Ladd Quot filled milk to ,.i, j4 Ponce to who vote dry and drink wet. Tit concluding his speech gaining in an uproar when represent Van declare 1 How is pleased to lath e galilean. Democrat Mas-1 have in the gallery Wayne to Sachus Otts. A bitter antagonist Wheeler general counsel for tin prohibition called attention anti Saloon league. Tim Khan members that a a dry senator Quot had roundly denounced the anti Saloon to be. Restrained by friends from asserting Quot it. Has controlled Cong eing the floor the Senate Gross for to n years and has at-1 Detring the shipping Bill filibuster tempted to dictate appointments to i while in an intoxicated condition the Federal judiciary. In addition to . Shone fire Man John e. Brady 30. Cleveland,1 John Willis 62, and Peter Spear. I the latter two local Tower watch i men were arrested suspicion charges and released $1,000 j Bond Ach. Engin Shane was shocked and grief stricken tonight Over the Zoei a i Dent which occurred Only a few Yards from the end his run. In was the first fatal Accident in which he had been involved in Over to years As a railroader. Ile started to work for the brie win to he was it Emu Ridge >., Lei. 21.�? ii years and Only recently was three hours after a Lias. Mno a Paw the to Eiph tit a medal from the master the Akron Coal comp and Road a Token for his Long Faith this City had been held up shot Iii and careful work. He served and robbed the Page Roii for one limb r i 7 different superintendents. The three mines the Coin Pant. J \ ugly St to 1922, . And mrs. Amounting to 111.000/ the alleged payroll found by the searchers paymaster shot while trying to protect Hank Roll. Peace court at the Hague has support chief. Little time left. I Iii is \ i \ Sii m i it Bho i Iii is in i sow la i it top Row heading right to left it. It. My Shaler wholesale Gro a i. If. W. Harvel Shafer grocer huge in hem it Shah a Mutton picture show owner. Bottom How right to left to la glint Shaft i in v Toh Shafer go d. F. Dow Hli afer 4 foal operator Cecil .- Sharer confectioner kill. Hutch Shafer news dealer. Senate agrees to take up matter in coming week. Hughes sends note doubt Quot hat matter can be accomplished at present. Shane celebrated then Ding anniversary. Gob n wed aviators pour hot fire upon natives killing hundreds psf s Klin Bill which is favored by the farm i Quot bloc. The farm bloc legislation probably will get the preference monday fur administration senators openly announced they would vote for the Ladd motion. While it was Uncertain whether the filibusters Rould pass the re comr Nittis it motion it was prac really conceded the Ladd motion would command a majority vote. I a i Inis Hopff Pic senator Curtis Kansas Tho Republican a whip Quot refused to con cede the Bill s defeat. Quot although to test totes today Ive re carried by a majority Herr was no break in the ranks supporters said Curtis. A tile Bill eau never he Defeated direct vote the Only Way to get rid it is to find a Hill a Vieli is More favored among sen a1 ors than the subsidy. Its opponents have not found one i both test votes the Bill won. Supporters to 53 opponents j with Only 12 senators absent. Curtis declared this Lead could not by overcome votes wer which Bonar Law is giving away under the Strain. Business Man to place in Ruhr. The French Rome feb. 2 4.�?two Hundred and fifty tribesmen in Tripoli were j killed and Many wounded in fighting with italian soldiers said advices from the front this evening Only two italians were killed and 12 wounded. J italian air planes took part Fly ing Low Over Hie rebel positions while the natives were shot Down with machine guns. Springfield a a Empire attracting Many members daily. Race riots Are greatly feared whole District seems to want to follow the fiery Cross. Change tactics. London feb. 2 4.�?premier Andrew Bonar Laws health has begun to give away under the Strain his tremendous duties and it was reported in diplomatic circles this afternoon that he May soon retire. Members the tory i government Are concerned Over the prime ministers physical Well being. His Haggard appearance has become an object general comment. The Ruhr and near fast crisis have weighed heavily upon the Premier increasing his anxiety. Members the conservative party Are seriously discussing the advisability recalling Austen Chamberlain and Earl Balfour to the Cabinet. They Are both tories but nerved Lloyd George in the last National election. Want decision Quot big business Quot in Britain is insisting that the Ruhr question be settled quickly. A number in Queen City kid Bandit admits pulling big robbery in packing Plant. Cincinnati. La. 24�?three youths held by Cincinnati police Are accused a series robberies including the pay Roll Holdup at the Plant the la. In Mayer lacking company. February 4, and the youngest the Trio is alleged to have confessed today implicating the two others. Quot you be got me Imi kick in with everything a is the statement ascribed by officials to James Maloney 18-year-old boy Norwood a suburb. Police charge that he divided the loot at the Meyer Plant approximately $3800 with Clay Merchon 20, and August Hooka 21. It a the opposition. Both. ,. Weekly periodicals which appeared taken when motions. F today demanded that Premie brought the subsidy before the Senate for immediate consider. A Onar. To a wobbling. Make a turn. If both motions should fall firm do and reparations and compel trance to listen to reason. Chancellor the exchequer sued monday to continue until Quot Condur de the British debt funding negotiations at Washington is expected to make an important announcement regarding the Anglo american debt Issue next wednesday night when Cincinnati o., feb. 24.�?th Ohio River from the Mouth that Spring fixed it i Fob 2 4.�? i Uke the Phoenix fabled my Tho i orgy w hich grew two Heads where one had Bern before and Tho Ever i dying with each my death torn born anew so the local kit i flan bared to Tim Public gaze by i the trial w. To. Cortner Al Eagle. Charged with Quot riotous conspiracy a j seems to have gathered added strength and Power from Hie no to riot incident to the prosecution the Blan organizer. A a list 621 names allege members the Springfield Khan was found when police raided their Headquarters february 14. A week i later during the course the trial attorney j. B. Malone special prosecutor for the state said that the membership had increased to 1143. Attorney Phil the Smythy Newark. <>., counsel for the defense said that if the state so desired 2500 men could be placed the stand who would be proud to testify that they were citizens the Quot invisible j Empi Bandit Andy \ key bad Boon captured till he Money together with a pair Blue overalls. Cap and mask worn by lie Lone robber recovered and Moss is in a in Tai Hospital Bis wound dressed and Bis chances Good for complot Roo Oyer. Vosek a it was employed in the mine for which the yen Roll was in tended but had not 1in working for some time. Vos Ekey was captured amid the Hills Southeastern Guernsey county and the Ehase was participated in by City officials and hundreds armed miners Many work tug in Tho mine for which the payroll was intended. In jail Here tonight he refused to talk the Roll cry admit unit he knows any thing about it. Finds slim Asi tie heavy suitcase containing the payroll was found hidden in the Bushes beside the Road where it is believed tin robber threw it xxx i111 the intention returning sifter dark securing the Money and. Making his was. Borne out by Tim fuel that the suit ease was carefully hidden consider Ling til time tin robber bad at bus disposal. Miners Wen close in Pursuit and time was Short. Moss after his wound was dress fed said he had left Tim payroll for the Klondyke mine also owned by flux the Akron Coal company and with John panning wits driving to King s min to pay off the no n there when held up. The scene tin Holdup was a lonely spot Ort a country Road. Huge volcanic Well in Pacific mat be cause earthquakes and Waves i i Washington. Fob. 24 Hei Nee tonight Hail sufficiently penetrated into the secrets nature to give some Hope. That the origin the recent epidemic earthquakes Tho Western coast North and South America May be die Covert d. A i i possible source the violent j t remold which have occurred wit alarming to Quency late is a huge volcanic Well extending a tremendous depth below the Bottom Tho some times elitists Tho i Navy a hydrographic offices have been conducting sounding tests Oft Tho i n it Ila coast with a delicate lowly devised instrument develop d out the War. The potentialities this instrument in solving the perplexing Workings natural upheavals Aru said to he unlimited and Promise i to bring lob bad filled information and Eart Quak a. Tidal Waves Ami other wonders nature that for centuries have afflicted he human race. Many miners Linier sentence go to prison next week. Motions should fail it is announced by Hie Quot death Bat taboo that the filibuster would be1 cml Hie session. I i i Thoi Uli the situation in Springfield is in Kanawha to the Mouth the Ken usual. Approximately 40 per cent Lucky will fall slowly saturday and the population is coloured. Ten sunday. Floating ice is reported years ago there was a race riot thru out Tho District. Sod Gile j lie will Iciey. Address the pilgrims so first sewer president old Ohio before nation a education meeting. Free and Happy Cleveland feb 24�?method reducing illiteracy inculcating american ideals in the constantly increasing proportion foreign born the outlining tax reforms so that Public schools May be sure adequate support increase in the salaries teachers and the instruction children in Accident prevention Are some the outstanding features Tho program the National education association which chs Here Tome Row afternoon. Attending its sessions will be More Titan 15,000 the leading educators the United Stites. The first formal meeting veil be held at the old Stone Church this afternoon w Lien Elmer Burrit Bryan president Ohio University. Athens will speak. Woman attorney Bootlegger needs rough handling. And two negroes were lynched., since then there Lins been con slant bickering Between the two races breaking into open hostility Ion two occasions. In View this situation officials say they tire no prel pensive future rouble arising out klan activities. During the trial tinny negroes were among the interested Spectra i ors in the crowded courtroom. The presence klan sympathizers say s in the audience was noted when the defense scored a. Point. Wheeling w. A. Feb. 21 seven prisoners held in the county jail Here for participating in the Cliftonville mine strike Battle n hut summer will to taken to Wellsburg monday to be arraigned. A is intimated they wid to freed. Transfer 3 1 Fultonville i aft i prisoners under Send Oise for the it years from tile Wellsburg jail to the stat prison was postponed today until next. Week to give families Anil friends an Opportunity to say farewells. America will probably have to come in says Diplomat. Time will come to take a part. America must serve humanity in the final analysis. London Fob. 24.�?prediction t let tin tilted states win enter european affairs was made by George Harvey american ambassador to Ragland in a speech ii re tonight. The ambassador was tie inor at Tho London press t n. S. Staff correspondent by Georg e in Holmes Washington. Let. 24.�?setting fort ii hint be i nit states Bas always subscribed to be theory settling International disputes by judicial methods. President Harding sent a Short special message to lie Senate late today asking it Speed consent to the in lied states becoming a member til permanent court International just tee organized at the Hague under the league nations. The l oiled St it s can and should become a member this great peace tribunal the president stated wit bout becoming Iii any May in voiced with the league nations. And to make certain that no involvement. With the Hague nation is contemplated to possible Tho president proposed four distinct covering americans proposed membership they were written by Secretary Tho state Hughes and provide 1 american adhesion to the j court shall not to taken to involve any Legal relation the part the rutted states toward Tho 1 league nations Tho Assumption by the fulled any obligations under the covenant. 2 the edited Stales shall participate equally with other Powers members the league in the sri ton Tho 15 judges Tim court. 3 the i listed Stites shall hear a fair share Tim Cost maintain ing tin court now borne by the league. 4 the statute and protocol a renting Ute court shall not Ber amended without Tho consent Tho i initial staffs. Quot these conditions said the presidents message Quot there is Good reason to believe will be acceptable to the signatory Powers though nothing definitely can be done until Tho cited plat s tenders adhesion j with these s it i i Lati in Doi by nol Alk to i1. �?4 a it. I.,. I i resident Harding Quot earnestly doubt int Ai a Ione sponsor <1 by urged Quot prompt Ai Tion by be senile Board i Quot it anime inner ale Ami expressed lie Hope that Toor House deaths causing a double probe at Norwalk guest la club. Quot a Mirk Homo in a glad to g just As go would be America com a in Bass land Tho Huron county human to ii to Are under Way Lei tonight i into the deaths six inmates Lim Huron county infirmary within Tho past four Days. In addition Many others the county charges Are seriously ill. The management insists that All deaths Are duo to nut ural Caus a. A will Proha said Harvey it out. We w d to get out if she could ily have to Quot we wer a re in fact As Kinglan do so. Btl probably will have to is Aib i Hitti i is Steubenville o., feb. 2 4.�? Washington feb. 24.�?strict i sheriff Edward Lucas and a posse enforcement american prohibit who left this morning in search Tion Laws is no Quot Ladylike affair Quot but the bandits who attempted to hold requires Quot hard boiled men Long up Bank at mount pleasant fatally training airs. Annette Abbott a wounding the assistant cashier in Adams san Francisco former e. Price return i Horn late this dhow is t Ili Portsmouth. <>., ebb. 2 4 William Frazier broke thru the in while skating tit. Millbrook Par this evening and was drowned the body was recovered. J when Onditi that help a Imi Fin. T to til $6 e t a j week. I ski s Bonds feb. 2 4.�? Kansas school District near her lid $50,000 Worth Bonds Jato Industrial commission Hon a new building to the destroyed by fire set need to life imprisonment for the murder special policeman Emory Mccright at. Wilming ton . In february. 1922. Clarence Leroy Mck Lynnr above was Fred when the crime was confessed by Louin Vander Ort. Held other charges. Mckinney who had Aery cd five months said he Quot knew it a Conte out and right assistant attorney general the United states declared tonight in announcing her opposition to the i proposal airs. Gifford Pinchot i wife the governor Pennsylvania to leave it to the women to dry up Ute United states. Quot i disagree with mrs. Pinchot who pleads that our enforcement personnel be transformed into something that might resemble a ladies social Circle a said mrs. Adams. Quot you can t deliver the blows that bootleggers deserve thru j kid Glove methods. It takes rough stuff to put it bluntly. Hard boiled men burdened by Long training Are now needed to make the a Stead Law a real Success. Klan in i Arietta Marietta. O., feb. 24.�? til fiery Cross Symbol Hie Kun flux klan blazed brightly Harmar Hall overlooking the site Obi fort Harmar tonight an gave to Marietta people first notice that the klan has organized her evening their search proving less. Fruit Many a clothing Stop wears patched trousers. How Thi Noble Loi n i x i i i Elf to it a till trick paid i a it takes a w men. Sheriff Moore deputies were run it that tonight Cera including o., feb. 21. Man to St a and five adv to and Tho offi the town two perished in wreck machine hit by Street car a Toledo o., j. I. 24 a mrs. Pm a Orvis 51 and a. F. La Kewan a 1 25, were instantly killed when a a Belt car Ltd Ash a into their "4 i automobile b i tonight. The couple in it Ros him Ashland Avenue. 4 failed to see the approaching 4 car and drove directly in front 4 it. The Street car threw the Auto against a Telephone pole demolish ing the machine and killing the couple almost instant marshal i a Constable and three deputies together wit ii the sheriff went to the Home Peter Butch today to Hunt Moonshine ingredients. Airs. Butch met them at til door with a Snail. Til officers filed in then the woman slammed the floor turned the key and escaped with All i nit i Ter the express torrent Dor Harvey said that got to such a Stag a so Utoy necessary i cannot follow their own but must serve plainly indicated that the a states docs not desire to Ert Kurop an situation but la 1 the belief that such in it i will to necessary later Boi \ i a a i Atlanta a. I persons Nix then. Teachers wee injury when he autom Ohil were Riding to Athel cd into a Street car x i Iii is b. 24. Eight women school cd Bere tonight in which they ga., crash missing girl in. Lor Xin in hoi xxx Ati it Lorain o., teb. 24.�?"we Are Ling to make i Drain a fit place which to said Charles j. Urns Federal prohibition agent Cleveland Here tonight follow a t he Arr St six by Federal probation agents charged with Viola in Tho volstead Law. J Ory problems Are to be discussed at state capital doors i m p r is House capt when Story i Butlein w rec �?~1 t i to Monigl truly Loc i off in ick ing is i and a a n 1. I ii men Ted 4 4 i 4 i 4 a i in i 4 a1 b Hay r i a Preble i it will i 1 Lier. Mend lil Bitton col adva in. And kit to tit in Coli jul India my us r b. A a Mcdonald. Steps be taken to put the United stale in la court before the nil la Senate one week lie Nee. Ii appeared doubtful tonight How exp i whether this can be a Omli had. I in in be ruts and republicans j to like Wei chary commenting Tho proposal but they were Gen rally agreed that debate would be i so protracted a to prevent Corn plume with the presidents re quest in the Short time remaining i lie Sentive received the message in executive session. Tho presidents Short in Shu go was read but i hot lengthy letter Secretary state Hughes outlining Tho history and purpose Tho court which a companies it was not read by for adjournment. Senators said they would have to Road Tho Hughes letter and study the reservations before talking senator Lodge called a meeting Tho for to Len relations committee the Senate for tuesday to consider the matter. Crew spends ten hours at sea in roat after wreck san Francisco Fob. 24�?the Schooner Watson West bound from Aberdeen. Washington to san Pedro calif., was wrecked san Miguel Island off Santa Barbara calif., according to advices received Lier tonight. Ii r Crew ten reach Santabarbara tonight after ten hours in open boats. Mori i talk constantinople. Feb. 24 a the i, peace treaty was debated by Tho turkish National Assembly at Angora for 13 hours in secret today without a decision being reached. Action was proven so j was not. \ machine mended to be we a by those engaged in forcing the grow til Dow ers and vegetable has been invented which measures. Tho growth pianist. Quot Quot a

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