Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
28 Jan 1923

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28 Jan 1923

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - January 28, 1923, Athens, Ohio The sunday messenger goes into 11.111 Homes today in. Ort a g Esou to Day tile the weather Toady with probably rain in Smith or Snow in North portion tonight vol. Xviii no. 53. Athens Ohio. Sunday january 2s. Ike. pm Usu -rn,.ut single to Pye five c ends a a Complete collapse is threatening foreign Polk y assault looms in the Senate no n a Congress repeats new attitude civil War peril in Germany has grown certain of the brutish in debt finding to vent one pounds of perfect baby heed defends i openly of Lull talk of Furnace chief militia forces stands approved militia Washington Quot Jan. 27.�?soc- the organization of the rotary of War weeks today a forces of the United states approved tile report of a special Coin i proves the present Basic Law for in it tee of National guard and regu i National defense and finds that the Lar army officers recommending War department and militia Bureau i that All future development of the Are proceeding with the work of i National guard be carried on organization in a satisfactory Man Tho basis of a minimum peace Ner considering limitations . _ or 250 the report posed by Congress the fascist i Are meeting la my Al in pct. I a Merit of goans Midi. Where ii is belated a Mon i Archit coup against lie be Publ is being Pool Ted declare that new York a cuts no aces in matter. To Kaui at. Kush. 1. N. S. Staff correspondent. Al Iii in Jan. 27.�?Complete eol lapse Dimiti Einok Rient and civil War Toni lil threaten lie Onee proud and powerful Kerman Empire. The Kerman people Are Iii despair. Industry Trade and Conizene Are Purily Zed. Hie French have taken our the country s Coal Linchis and industries. Secessionists Are Active Iii tile Ullin land Ami Bavaria. Kerman Money is virtually worthless. Over the Eastern a Frontier like a Black and Mela Eliol in pall hangs the threat Euing storm Clouds of Gold As was promised. A to crippled girl doomed to death pleads for single week of wedded suss me in to is arms and squeeze in a that is die cry not of a flapper. Forced to wed. By Kenneth w. Clark Washington Jan. 27.�?open resentment appeared in Congress tonight Over Tho statement of Stanley Baldwin Chancellor of the Brit ish exchequer Iii Southampton to syk Cuse x y Tan �?T7 Clay that the debt funding Nego want a Man. I want a Man rations in the United states had will kiss my and take my in a fallen into the hands of while members of the american debt commission themselves declined to comment on the observations of the British Chancellor on his american trip it was apparent that these observations did not a sit Well with Congress. Senator Norris Republican of Nebraska and senator Brookhart Republican of Iowa both hailing from the agricultural regions referred to by Baldwin said tonight they thought his remarks a in poor taste coming at a time when the administration through adoption of a program closely approaching generosity was seeking to adjust the debt in Harmony with Britain a ability to Tho viewpoint of the american Farmer was vigorously presented by senator Norris who declared a the British will find no favor attempting to reduce the terms of settlement which they had previously agreed upon. The american Farmer understands that he and other american citizens Are today paying 4 j-4 per cent interest on Liberty Bonds sold by tile american government to raise Money to lend great Britain and other Allied countries lie also understands that great Britain borrowed til a Money with the specific understanding that she would be Able Toj Quot on her death Bod at Union City repay the amount Iii full and in alich., my grandmother called in Gold dollars at a rate of not lower j no granddaughters and Indian 4 1-4 per cent. There is Noth noime a she wanted them wed be i ing of the politician argument in fort died. I was 14 and had of prospective husband so the Calls Iii Hast i i died in a farm hand for mrs senator Brookhart agreed with vip Morrison. 22, testified in Al Chancellor Baldwin that a new Gan Francisco court. Divorce was York City opinion ruts not ice�?�,1 Grant he. . Took Sharp exception to the View that. A people who live at a Dis Tance fro Rathe Seaboard fail to in i Der stand her International debts Are hound up with Trade and members of the american debt funding commission today mad it known they arc willing to ask con yes for authority to fund the be debt on the hollowing basis a a i of a girl whom the doctors who have condemned to death from a his malady for which there is no cure. Arms who will kiss me when i in Lier Little Home at Amsterdam say i do not want to he kissed a sits Helen Collins 19, awaiting til kiss me no matter if i fought him inevitable. Sin has been a cripple a a fierce mail one who wit take since childhood. Death she Doe. Not fear if Only before she goes. Lie could Hoar her name Iii love on some Many slips if Only before eternity she could claim her woman a heritage. A plea for on Good time before she passes Over one week of Bliss As she puts it a Brot the girls sad ease to Light today. A yes i know you will wonder Why i done to go to work. A la Here a Ray Story. I have been hum for is years not Only lame lame people can work j sick and always in pain. A i wonder if you could help into find someone who has a lot of to Deal with threatened Coni j my Nisi disorders. French military at Bavaria d do author is announced that Alt was scribed a in a a powder barrel which Ullin dim the Buhr and at dim nun explode at any time. A Vin solder a a pit the spread of at slate of martial Law Bas been strikes. Great crowds rather a Iii proclaimed through Bavaria Anil the streets during the afternoon troops Are massed at Munich to Iii especially m Al the railway station in an uprising. Where French soldiers a a arrive Tho uncertainty Ami sufferings ing and departing. tour years june reached their masses it Idle German workers Climax. Disorganization is spread congregated about the Hull where in. Tim people Are undergoing i German communists xxi re holding frightful hardships front Lack of it muss Mel Ting. Food find and clothing. They have All the German railroaders in been red need so Low that they an the Coblenz area went on strike looking on xxx lilt Only passive inter Jitter major general Henry t. A1 est while tile National decay pro leu i. S. Formally turned Over Nett grosses beneath their very eyes. Although there is a ilex undercurrent. anger against French the people Are helpless they ar-.1 without weapons and cannot fight. The workers can strike they need the pittance they can earn for food for their families. Ahi Benik nil it a feeling of resignation to any Fate whatsoever is settling Down of i tie population. Be spit til for common suffering seizure of Tim Arn Rhin Laii a and Ruhr by the French tailed to end International dissensions. Tim country is comparable with France after the French Revo doll Les is no Napoleon to command of tile City to Timur. Cd elect debts declares people of America have forgotten German crimes. White Hoese is keeping silent senator Owens Points danger of another a world War. To Charles of Donnell jr., ten months old Brooklyn n. A baby won the first prize in Tho now York City perfect Rjaby health contest. Money and could afford to give to nth Laden ther a Good time a without pay for unite tile hostile factions and even just a week. What a fool i am if there should be a German a sometimes it could happen Poleon there Are no arms and Niu done to you to link so rations with which to fight. And hero is her philosophy of tilt eyes of the people Are turned life a i would marry a poor Man upon or. Hitler head of the a if i loved him enough when i a Marian fascist who is now in Iii at America could have solved crisis. Relieves treaty Only solution. Declares Railroad strik pors were run of in Quot a a country. Von Hild i i i a you marry a poor Man you have to he Able to work i can to. My hero must be tall have dark hair Grey eyes steady Strong and have piles and piles of Money. A i love children and is ant three of my own. then i would want my husband to go away and lease me forever so i could have the children All for my own. A i base never been kissed. I have been taught that it is wrong to have anyone a member of Boun my of n family kiss me. I think it is silly. A i want to he kissed in passionate love. I want loved before i Iii. A Munich t of bring with the bavarian chiefs. A i tie Mark continues to go lower and lower. It was possible today to buy nearly 28,Thio Marks for one american Dollar. German observers look for two decisive developments before summer labor will take a proper Steps when time omes. W a shiny to a j an. 27. Wholehearted cooperation hanged one Union Leader and wounded several others. Vav a int it it Jan. 27�?Iii Tho face of n situation in Europe Liat Bald More Long it is in Laid More menacing it ins unpleasant policies it appeared certain tonight that next week Xxiii Sec the launching of a grand As met in the Venale Iii win be foreign it die it of tin administration with both Republican a air recon cil bibles Ami democrats hammering Ai the Hughes policy on Repar in ions. I int announcement at both Tho wild 11 him and state department a hat tin in is nothing die United s ates can do it this time to rom Oty affairs abroad served Only today to heighten the senatorial de. Maud for action although in different directions. Tin democratic minority Bend ii by senator Robinson Democrat of Arkansas Rind Tho pro Tongue democrats demanded that the voice of America once More to sounded Iii Europe in an attempt to bring about adjustment a before it is too later. I tie Republican �?oirreconcill-1 Aldea want action that will bring done i a. Boyden borne from the reparation commission and Complete the american evacuation Relief fund it j do voted a f Europe before Tho storm gather brotherhood of locomotive in there brei. B v firemen yesterday bad been Xvi red Ora to s t Ivr die Senate listened attentively i a both try we Liam j. Hiske i. N. S. Staff correspondent of Eveland of a Jan. 27 Mere Liers of the brotherhood of i Dro it o j. M. Hilf Boll be a mint of the firemen at i land is being expended i direction. Vino Dottie rub inks a French Mill Iii munks Ohri i i it Harrison. Arjan. 27.�? i of Hor hearings by the Legisla of motive i in men and Engle limn five investing committee on i a a re a total paralysis of business american labor in de movement and Oile r striking railway worker Elt in Lynching and rioting growing a red wave of bolshevism. J launched in great Britain to Corn-1 forced by a mob Rule a exemplified of the Missouri a North Kan Mori troops Sint i Pel peace in tie1 world through in the so called a a citizens commit Railroad Trike trouble Prober foot and i United action of Tho workers of ail tees to plead guilty to crimes ably will la held Here it was Onn tonight by they never committed in order to i dentally predicted tonight. A r Vej n f Ocein in to i German police arrived in nations was pledged state is seeking six indictments Rodi Mer Rogge sen t Iii afternoon from muons Samuel rompers president of Thot save their Livis i it. It. Role of son. Hor a harks it american federation of labor. President of the organization told guards was celebrating the 73rd anniversary j International news service tonight Mon several citizens to Tell Tho k a of his birth and hts Fortieth year discussing the strike on Tho mis Isle i Ive body what they know of leadership of the american feds a Uri amp. North Arkansas Railroad about the hanging of e. C. Gregor oration today Gompers made a which culminated in the killing o a and whipping of see ral men Murines running Al years with or by tier alls i it i Coil rate of interest of 3 per cent for Terence minus rout it s and lawyers. The first ten years and 3 1-2 p r cent for the years following and an amortization plan that will Call for regularly and yearly increasing payments until the entire debt is liquidated. British split Over terms made by America. New Orleans. La., Jan. 27.�? six numb r indictments will be asked by Tho state of As a result of evidence i Arnn at the Bastrop hearing against the Al , Jan. 27.�? i he a Black masks a of Morehouse Hest Way and in fact the Only Way Parish whose reign of terror oui my to enable Tho world to work its unfed in killing of Watt Daniel and Way of its present terrible con j coition is for president Harding to Call an International conference to be held at Washington to solve economic and other problems Quot declared or. Nicholas Murray Butler i president of Columbia University. Here today. A this conference should be i open to All nations and absolutely exclude politicians and lawyers in the sense of their effect on such i Man who planned two bit jobs is identified. Grand rapids mich., Jan. 21 Harold g. Burns sought by the Tom Richards it was Learned of tidally tonight. Takes firm Stano against merger ringing Appeal to tin workers of j k. It Gregor striking showmen s the Earth to unite to prevent f ii -1 Bader and demand that Federal turf wars. Land state authorities join the Union his exclusive interview followed in a a sweeping investigation the the announcement from London will disclose the facts behind this that British labor would Appeal to disgraceful the organized workers of the world a a mob special a or. Robertson in behalf of German , a which could not. Have been thrown of employment As a re operated Over the lines without suit of French occupation of tire tin knowledge of the Muring in it j Buhr Basin and would ask con a ran up and Down the line in Eer cd action to make War in pod charge of this co Caird a citizens Sihle. Committee a hanged a member of Gompers did not say what be the shop men a Union wounded nth police As Leader of the bandits who ton he would take on the British ors and drove members of our and robbed the Denver mint and killed proposal indicating when he i a guard of the Federal Reserve formally requested to act Bank december 3 8, is this same take the a proper Steps a i Man who directed the robbery of a Vohs Tritty the Michigan Exchange Branch of the federation head Felt the the grand rapids savings Bank i United states might have saved Here in december 1921, Supern the French German crisis Ite Dent of police Carroll said to a i cannot help believe a night. J Gompers continued a if Tho Senate photographs of Burns and his i of Tho United states had ratified Indian wife were identified by car the treaty of Versailles had been Roll As those of Robert l. Walker a party in the Council of the a the Bandit wanted Here and the Lions under that treaty and ave woman with whom he was seen of had Given France a Guarani of whom Veresa id to inv. Railroad strikers. Some been was other organizations and their fail would lies into the Woods where they j were forced to live upon the kind Beverly aviator is alive after fall w Ashington. Jan. 27-0.arg Ltd. Tho local robbery. Two Polk Protection no such critical situs officers were killed by the bandits Tion would have Arisen. Ing the proposed Bethlehem Lack following the grand rapids hold Uwanna Mich la steel merger in up. At Chi Iak suck switch a a a a a a Olving to companies has a a Dan . It it. Jan. 2<.�?daniel imams Dairy i i k u. We la Lor coinim.,l Lon the. My St 151 a is met Brown of Lake Brady was by m \ Riutta. Jan. 27. A Sterl 1 by Blin. Jan. 27.�?the German flying Glass when an Akron Kent i j a p washing machine for a Doc i and Iron Industry in Eastern government tonight forbade or and Ravenna ear collided vol the an less great Britain accents in full milk bottles and other Dairy it a territory the Federal Trade com Man officials from giving informs Akion a Arr. Ii limited on the to. For funding sibs has been invented by Katie i. Mission issued a formal complaint Hon to the French upon penalty of t. At breach neck switch Here to London. Threatens the Jan. British 7.�?a spilt Cabinet in pc i Marietta. O., Jan. 27 Bee of Vincent Beverly Ohio aviator who fell 200 feet with his plane which struck Adverse winds Friday night is still living at Marietta this afternoon. Both jaws Are badly crushed and surgeons and dentists face the task of a it molding his entire face. Prest to an attack upon Lardino do senator Robert i Oxx in Democrat of Oklahoma Aud an defense of Ilia Anil excoriate on of Germany from senator Reed. Republican of Pennsylvania arid a. Al if. Oil Leer. Senator Owen warned that Anat Lier War of incalculable Gravity i was looming upon Tho world horizon and lie urged that the United states should join with other a Garrett of tin Ala. Hons to guaranteeing both for Hen today to sum Quot a Quot v an 1 Franco against invasion. This Drew from senator Recd an impassioned Dot Fease of France. A we should mind our own business Quot shouted Recd. This is not our conc in. We done to want reparations we need not show pro-1 n re ii sympathy for god s Saki id us not sympathize with the murderers xxx to Are merely ask d to pay for the damage they did in Franco and Belgium. We for g t xxx hat forced Franco to adopt in r Pri men policy. Why w As it a Why was it. In 1914, when Germany invade Belgium we did not Espreo sympathy. We did t voice expressions then when women wire taken and sent into dirt a i slavery to Germany. In 1915, when women and children were s it to death on the Lusitania ave m managed somehow to stay Neutral. Why can t we stay Neutral now Xvi it n retribution is being carried to those murderers a people talk of the heavy flan night remained in the dark Clat Burden of Germany she As to whether the Romano of has been excused from All Burden up e a Tiai i Charlie Chaplin of taxation she threw on civilize Xmas to be culminate d Here tumor Mon by her ruthless acts. We shall Row xxx 1th a wedding. All be dead and buried before apparently xvii authenticated j american taxpayers finish paying a it port had it. That the marriage of tribute to Germany a desire to Rule the polish screen Star and the Ting the i ish comedian Xmas scheduled for everybody wond c r i n in about marriage of Charley and Bola. Monterey ca., fashionable i it it i Moat beat a popular a int Quot ters gossiped Jan. 27.�? and Pebble resort Conand wondered be the american terms the British War debt to the United Carpenter and states according to the impression granted. Prevailing tonight in official Cir j Des. Stanley Baldwin Chancellor of the exchequer and head of the British debt funding Mission who arrived from Washington this afternoon immediately conferred with Premier a. Bonar Kaw the Chancellor bluntly declared that he favored the american terms because they were the Best the British could obtain. A Patent has been against Hie companies involved. Prison sentences of they disobey. Night. Germans have to work 14 Days Ach year to pay their taxes. Frenchmen 2 8 Days. 2 Ham same i i Anci i London. A two Mon called at the registrars office Xvi thin 24 hours and secured licenses to wed the same girl. Though shed been engaged to no. I two years she married no. 2. No. I has the License for Consolation. I Mph it i s to or Xii Ima that per cent of the net earnings during 1923 xviii be disturbed among employees of Tho american Bank has been made by Henry Dei Woi prs Siuwun 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 a i 4>4-44 Athens schools Wil l Vot Losi persistent rumours that the schools of Athens Are to be closed on account of the epidemic of flu nov prevalent generally Over the City were denied by the Board of education of the try thru supt. la Stalky. Supt. Stailey asserted that the Quot education Board and the health Board had not considered the matter As the number of pupils absent from the schools has be n about the same for a fortnight past. the schools Are to be closed there xviii be auf announcement to that effect according to supt. Stalky. A a 4 ill Oscai Coxa aaa noon tomorrow at the Home of Gouverneur Morris xxx Ell known author and close Friend of Chaplin. America refuses to join meeting that Italy wants gambling joints were tipped off before the raids a tale or rapine and plunder of Smyrna in Aasia minor by terror and horror of destroyed turkish army for Mohammed Homes and desecrated alters of the Crescent. Tire and murder of blood lust an i with his far Quot indelibly marked from Athens or religious frenzy of broken fund by the experiences from which he East Relief commission which lies and fleeing refugees of brutal emerged alive penniless now taking care Ity and War Linton again lived through the Mother and two Sisters leaning Over a table in Tho Atli scent s that stripped him and his refugee filled capital of t ens restaurant of Pat Patent idea family of $150,000, their Home and Cal country Friend of his boyhood in Smyrna their business and which took Frosh from the scent of the great away from him two Brothers the turns stripped est tragedies in modern history Fate of a whom has never been his american Cleveland of. Jan. 27.�? Twenty three alleged gambling places in the doxy town District were raided by police late this aft Rome Jan. 27.�?the United Vernoon in every instance the fat s has declined an invitation raid Xmas a without result no a from Premier Mussolini of Italy to rests being made and no evidence participate in an International Coo of gambling being found nomic conference to solve the re a Horne Friend at headquarter a a rat ions and Buhr problems it has tipped them a chief of police w is Learned from an official source Jacob w. Graul declared tonight. The Tinios arrived in Athens Friday to Smyrna for a x Isit with his tonight. Italy is ready to co oper a and night from new York City having i Mother who was in very poor i ate in such a conference with eng been sent All the Way to this City i health. He arrived in that City land and America the offer red Tram Athens Greece by the near shortly before Tho turks began will not be renewed unless the is their Var in 1919 to regain three i British and americans show Thorn of ins father and the City of Smyrna which had selves in a receptive mood. Farm Wiek about to open in Ohio in the been awarded to Greece by the a a Cabassi allies. The greeks immediately i Norris no t i i ski Issi i three wars ago began to mobilize their subjects in Washington Jan. 27.�?ber Colt Meus Jan. 27. The an Tinios left Athens to which to re that City and a brother who was Nard Baruch a publicly expressed Nual Farmers week program will of everything the proprietor of a shoe store approx Al of the leasing of the gov be observed five Days at Ohio state citizenship and tin of regaining his in try. Was among those drafted. T. Run Mefs great nitrate plants at University beginning monday. In. I. M a. To it in it worked in muscle Shoals via to Henry Ford less inclement weather prevents John Tinios. Founder and former Learned As told of Tho events pre cheerful Hope of regaining his j to other Brothers worked in. Muscle Ai. To Man proprietor of the Athene on restau feeding and during the capture of former Prosperity in this country bunks and a Here Cen Neta my is no Imp a it a rant vividly reviewed Alt thes Smyrna a factory of Var and kith Bxs to \ it it necessary that hmm. Tak w. Nos. Nebraska the things which occurred in the re -. Passion that startled and horrified Tinios left Athens alter Selling j charge of the shoe s 0, Quot in Alba la jul Uva Sacki Giuka. Jobu Varju i win Al the Georg there xviii be a record breaking at to tin repel Tendance officials in charge claim Senate agr cd tonight. Last year 6,214 per a a i amp fihs Attray Ruoai

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