Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
3 Jun 1923

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3 Jun 1923

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - June 3, 1923, Athens, Ohio Pages t Day be &nn5>ai messenger the Wathu generally fair i Flat him Winn sunday and monday vol. Xviii no. 160. Athens Ohio sunday june 3,1923. Amp Sass. Five cents repeal her dry measure by new York causes political confusion at w Ashing men Kut Sieh toes democrats Are said to be badly split Over matter. Beer and wine Bill is coming. Wets and Drys comment act governor Smith. Was rambow Hoys Meh fir ust time behind Tuer we the colors # by George r. Holmes . S. Stair correspondent Washington june York s repeal Lier state enforcement Law amounting to virtual notice upon Washington that the Federal government can a go it alone Quot in enforcing prohibition ranged More political hubbub and Eon fusion in the National Capitol today than any single event in months. It was discussed to the exclusion nil other topics wherever politicians gathered. Above the jubilant Hur Rahing the wets and the imprecations heaped governor Smiths head by the Drys there was almost Universal agreement the part both republicans and democrats that the Issue modification the volstead Law has been re injected into National politics to remain there certainly until after 1924. Resident Harding maintained Replete silence today Over the real and governor Smiths Declara ton policy which was in effect a reply to the presidents recent letter to a Newburgh correspondent ii had no comment to make the situation nor did to discuss it with any his advisers with enforcement officials. The presidents attitude it was said at the White House will be made Clear in a startling fashion two weeks hence when he summons to the White House the various governors to discuss co operative methods enforcing the Volute Law. A vigorous rebuke to new York state and to governor Smith would occasion Little Surprise Init Hon the democratic party the confusion caused by governor Smith s action was plainly apparent today. Democratic leaders with their eyes 1924, Are now certain that governor Smith will be a candidate for the nomination at the convention heading a a a Liberal element considerable strength. And they foresee in the state s rights argument advanced by the governor a shrewd move to Appeal to the solid South which although dry has always been devoted to the states rights principle. Ranks Are split democratic ranks Are badly split Over Tho Issue modification. On the one hand there Are the democrats new York new Jersey i Inola Massachusetts and pos sub a a few other states preponderant by wet As disclosed in the november elections. On the other hand. There is the dry West and South find the Bryan influence which was successful in beating a wet Plank four years ago. That the wets in the next Congress with considerably More strength than they had in the last a can take immediate advantage the Issue thrust in their hands by governor Smith was made quickly apparent today. Representative Fred Britten re a Dols announced a hat he intended offering n Light nos and Beer Bill the Day Congress opens with a tax applied the omit to to pay a soldiers Captain w. H. Slayton head . Association against the Prohl s?.amendm�nt Quot Ald governor no ? act Quot to the Way to inmate modification the More Law pr6vi8lon the volstead Cincinnati. Of. June the last time the 144th infantry Ohio a unit the famous Rainbow division today marched behind their regimental colors the same they had followed to France. They were sent to the regimental reunion by permission. Of governor Donahey and will be taken Back to Columbus placed in a Glass Case and sealed forever. The veterans were in convention at the Burnet House where Grant and Sherman planned the March to the sea when the colors were unfurled. Two former soldiers bearing the colors marched into th6 Hall and the Veter ans stood at attention. Chaplain j. J. Holliday uttered a prayer. The following officers were elected at the morning session Donald l. Caldwell Greenfield president w. Parsons Cincinnati first vice president w. B. Havlin Cincinnati second vice president Charles Burton. Cleveland third vice president j j. Holliday Delaware chaplain during the War was unanimously chosen permanent chaplain and Raymond Cheseldine London historian. Law s Long Arm reaches across sea Ohio has paid out millions at a Small Cost. Present year to wind up work. A in b. Wheeler spokesman a Vitha us i Oon la run towed Smith denunciation governor. La a a Rny a Smith has paid his new t0 to Manor crowd who placed him where a was one. Quot to in sentences wheel-ei8 statement. Overturned boat shouted i Ime Cleveland. Of. Juno Vars that one More persons by j1 Aye been drowned in Lake Trie tonight wore expressed just rein Man hts Wen police re record made in Buckeye state is not surpassed. Columbus. O., june has Cost the state Ohio just 44 cents per Veteran to administer War Bonus claims to 204,004 former soldiers amounting to 127,419.404.41. This announcement was made to Day by state officials in charge the Ohio adjusted compensation department. A Ohio has paid More Soldier Bonus claims in a Shorter length time and at a smaller Cost than any other state in the Union a declared auditor Tracy today who with attorney general Crabbe and Secretary state Brown constr tute the soldiers Bonus commission. Robert r. Roberts director the adjusted compensation department said today that the department is still paying an average 150 claims a Day amounting to More than 120,000 a month. The average payment is $134.40 per claim. The department is the Lait Lap its work. We expect to dispose the greater part the 18.-000 claims still pending by the first next year. We regard at least half these As doubtful residence qualifications and the claimants have been asked to furnish additional evidence a director Rob crts said. Mant inactive Quot practically All the 5,000, More heirs at Law claims which have been filed have been paid. I estimate however that there Are possibly 5,000 additional heirs deceased soldiers entitled to the Bonus who have not applied . Roberts said. He urged that All such claims be flied at once a there Ere evidently some former Ohio soldiers who either done to need Don t want the Bonus. Ohio is credited with having 248.-500 men in the service during the world War. We have flied a total about 225.000 claims. We estimate that nearly 20,006 legitimate claimants have not made application for the were cruel dog Are fined for pouring turpentine a dog and then applying a match three Buchtel men have Bern arrested and fined in the court magistrate Hedges. The men Are Donald Lucas Arthur Bruce and Clifford Darnell All Buchtel and they were arrested cruelty to animal charges by Constable i. P. Tucker the behalf the Athens county humane society. Tho men pleaded guilty when arraigned before magistrate Hedges and were each fined $26 and costs which they made arrangements to pay. Six Burn to death in Home in Canada. Exeter. Ont., june 2.�?the charred remains mrs. Silas Stan Lake her four Young children and her 45-year-old brother Alfred were removed this afternoon from Tho ruins their burned Home at seem. Near Here. All were trapped when the House caught fire. In state sing men s glee club contest is held saturday evening. Columbus o., june 2.�?Ohio Wesleyan University glee club was awarded first prise a Silver Loving cup Given by the Columbus dispatch at the inter collegiate left club contest at memorial Hall Here tonight the judges graded Muski Ngum College second capital University Columbus third Denison University fourth Ohio University fifth and Bluffton College Bluffton o., sixth. The contest was held under the auspices the Ohio intercollegiate glee club Council. It in planned to make it an annual affair. A percentages determined by the judges were Ohio Wesleyan 279 out a possible 106 Muski Ngum College 242 capital University 241 Denison 236 Ohio University 220 Bluffton College 174. Jour raws naps Herbert Hoover ii getting warring elements into understanding. Gompers meets Julius Barnes. Both sides agreed the fundamentals new Deal. Rescue car to visit the rend Pomeroy . June 2.�?u. 8. Bureau mines car no. 5, in charge . Homer Cote is expected in Pomeroy today tomorrow. The Mission the car in the mining Section is to teach first Aid and mine Rescue work. The car will remain in Pomeroy several Days and state team no. I begin Nung tuesday will train in mine Rescue work. Information May be had dist. Inspector Val e Brown. Choking child. Dies in arms Heb Mother Nelsonville a. June 2.�? Edith Wear. Aged 6 years Abd Only daughter . And mrs. George Wear choked to death. Friday aft parents re a Sis Quot Moon about a Little to fir had been playing in the Yard. Tho did search three four Hundred feet and had a toy balloon in her rom the Shore at she ran into Tho House to a by Mist obstructed the View her Mother bj�? the a a a her the Arran a ments were being made Moth a covered her oho to it lie Patch a lifesaving boat to thedis in her Arm but could do Nothe tag. It in thought the child choked a portion the balloon. The scene there Are nearly 400,000 women sri ? stricken parents have left two armers la the in Ierta Tiltti. Bam. Friend sex cashier Woald give him annoyed Chance. A a Columbus. Of. June to friends a Bruce r. Campbell Youngs a town former Cashler treasurer the Struthers savings Bank now serving a one to thirty year term in the Penitentiary for embed so ment and misappropriation Bank funds have appealed to governor Donahey for a a conditional Quot parole for Campbell in order that he May return to Youngstown in an Effort to recover put the $500,066 lost through his confessed falsification accounts. Campbell has been in the Penitentiary since june 25. 1020. He was refused a parole by the state Pardon and parole Board last november. It is expected that application for Campbells relearn will 4 he presented to the boned at its 4 by Robert s. Thornburgh i. N. 8. Staff correspondent Washington Juno 2.�?big business and organised labor traditional enemies have decided to Bury the Hatchet and see by cooperation they cannot make permanent the Prosperity that has visited the United states for the last six months. This was the object a secret meeting which business and labor leaders had with Secretary Commerce Herbert Hoover at his Home Here Friday night. This meeting it was Learned tonight is the second that has been held the first one having been held quietly in new York some Days ago. Samuel compere president the american federation Imnira and Julius Barnes president Tho chamber Commerce the United states who have excoriated each other in time gone by Over strike issues Are the prime movers in the new movement under the Tutelage Hoover. They were said tonight to be highly confident that an agreement far reaching importance to the Industrial world and to Tho Public will emerge from the sessions. All those participating in the meetings Are secretive but it was Learned by International news service that Barnes informed rompers that a business Quot would Back a a living wage Quot and Quot american standards living Quot provided organised labor is ready to increase efficiency work and stimulate production rompers said he waa agreeable. Lay groundwork the two meetings held to Date have Laid the groundwork for another meeting in the near future which will be broadened to include representatives Many Large Basic industries and officials the american federation labor will seek to reach a profitable organized labor it was Learned has agreed to do anything possible in the promotion permanent Prosperity which would not violate labors a Basic in conferences so far held both capital and labor representatives were agreed that to obtain maximum efficiency and production. American Industry could not be per matted to fall to the standards in Europe. Labor in the United states was regarded by All conferees As being a Well fed and fairly Well paid Quot while As much could not be said for the workmen in Many other sections the world. Both labor and business representatives favored a basis negotiations upon which High production can be maintained with wage standards High enough to make it possible for the United states to absorb its present share production. Both to concede concessions Are possible both sides. It was said to have been the opinion Gompers and Barnes that for the Universal Benefit the entire country there should be a flexible give and take policy. So far however no general remedy for solution has been brought Forward. Capital and labor burying the Hatchet a Aberts be mass real Figi Eastern Here a a closeup Clara Phillips los Angeles a Hammer Slayer snapped at new Orleans As she was brought Back from Honduras following her sensational escape. On her left in her sister Etta May Jackson and Tho right mrs. Eugene w. Biscailuz wife a los Angelet Deputy sheriff. Bream City Ancor sold Southern Ohi a watcher resolves i s it it my for Patchy dry enforcers i unil Usu i la Cincinnati cafe owner finally caught with goods in mud Ninon by two officers who had searched a Fillan a null cellar us place. It a sold for junk saturday at a fraction the Cost. The conferees merely sought to pave the Way for future negotiations. 444444444444 dorm keepers without Feam Oberlin o., june 2�? mesdames Pyle Locke hag Gerty and Lauderdale matrons College dormitories had the thrill their lives and were badly shaken up when an automobile in which they were Riding fail so to make the steel Mui hollow at Brownhelm. The machine backing Down and turning its aide. The Hill has Seldom been negotiated by an Auto St and the women had attempted something which men Auto Iota had heretofore feared to undertake. Cincinnati. June 2.�?Ancor, a a City which five years ago waa a promising Prospect designed to rival the great War time construction monuments such As muscle Shoals in Alabama the army Supply base Hampton roads and the chemical Plant undertaken at Nitro w. Va., was sold this week at auction at a Remote spot the Little Miami River. At Ancor the nation planned to extract nitrogen from the air. The chemists who were to have been employed there were to have devised Swift and simple Way utilizing the latent Powers destruction that lurked in the atmosphere America breathed. That is All these things were planned. They were started too and brass bands were blaring when the first ground was broken with a Silver Spade in 1918. On the tract 250 acres the War department built six Large buildings tile and Concrete As Well As two smaller ones. A Railroad 24,422 feet More than four Miles and a half was Laid. A water system 12 Miles Long was completed. Then German capitulated signed an armistice and collapsed. So did Ancor. Everybody forgot about Ancor nitrogen Cost plus contracts and Kindred issues turning to Welcome returning sons and Brothers from Camps it Home and trenches overseas. A sold for 435,000,&Quot cried the auctioneer and a company enterprising speculators from Covington. By. Obtained title to what had Cost the nation Many times that amount. Thus passed Ancor dream City Southern Ohio and when the Rusty Iron and rotting timbers arc removed to be salvaged As junk the trenches this might have been Battlefield science will remain deep foundations Concrete scarring the Fertile Plain that skirts the rippling Little Miami. Cincinnati Jim after months watching. Districts detectives Hase and doll today arrested Mike Arceo. Cafe owner a charge violating the prohibition Laws. Each time they entered his cafe with a search warrant they found him p rocked a Stool behind the bar. The officers noticed a movement his Arm. Behind thy bar they would detect the odor a Moon Quot but never could find the liquor. Unseen by Kreso the officers investigated his cellar they found a pips leading from the sink under the bar into the cellar. It was not connected with the sewer and its lower end was about five feet from the floor. The officers obtained another search warrant and Hase brought a tin cup. He sneaked to the cellar. Five minutes later doll entered the front door. A How Are you. Officer a Kreso said. He moved his Arm. Hase held the cup against the Bottom the pipe and liquor came dripping into it. It was Moonshine it was alleged. A i got it Quot said Hase As he entered the Saloon with the cup. Kresos trial was continued until june 7. Harding warning be put into Effah once. Canadian Tobe flood from Tho a k by w. H. I. N. S. Staff Washington Federal government Al irate at new Norb a fill prohibition agents Toff a strength m a a a a a a oooo klan Cross is $ burned Here have the Kun Kluvers come to town at least that was the impression that the saturday night throng the bust Ness streets Athens received when a Large Cross was burned North Hilt above the armory. A loud explosion heralded the biasing Cross which attracted a great amount attention around 9 clock. It is said that a klan has been formed in Athens and that its membership is Large altho the Cross saturday evening did not appear to Rouse More than Idle curiosity and tolerance. Double tra6edy i Denver Home Denver. Colo., to 2.�?murder and suicide was the police version tonight a double tragedy disclosed when the bodies Fred Dewitt widely known Denver lawyer and his Mother in Law mrs. Louise Loden were found the Kitchen floor Dewitt a Home in the fashionable Section Capitol his. Their throats had been eat. Ran Union labor thinks Gate should not be thrown open. Washington june 2.�?a care. Ful study the immigration problem is Belag made by capital and labor chieftains. Soumet Gompers is firm in his opposition to relaxed immigration Laws although anticipating an Effort to let Down Tho Bors to unrestricted immigration from the Low wage countries Europe at the next session Congress. Gompers believes before american employers can demand with reason an increase in immigration it is their responsibility to eliminate the enormous Industrial waste to reduce the toll lives taken each year by preventable Bines. And accidents and to take full and Ajaj Kyjuk Kuna a a old Pitcher 4 Cincinnati o., june 2.�?jack Vantage Irr prove methods and 4 Sathoff 49, former National Leo modern machinery. 4 goo Pitcher now owner a cafe a a 4 wag arrested Here late this after average Speed the Earth in its 4 noon a charge poo seesing race motion around the fun is Miles Iii in Mode Valera to head party against the free states. Dublin june 2.�?eamonn de Valero Leader the Republic movement who has ordered his followers to give in to the free states was reported tonight to be attempting to reach the continent where he plans a conference with exiled Irish republicans to get ready for an intensive political Cam Paton la the autumn. De Valera and hts colleagues Hope to put up a Strong Republican ticket. In the meantime the free states Are finding additional dumps arms and ammunition discarded by the Republican irregulars. Free states Are Active cleaning up irregular Camp followers who Hofve established so called a a soviets Quot in the country districts where they comr wandered cattle and lands. These squatters Are being driven off by free 8tate forces. A Force which High is 500 the Best in the service will be new York duty. There 2oo in the whole mow to this tentative program was1 out today by Florala i enforcement. The plan follows sat bus Ninon president gently that a York through sign bag St Forcemeats Bill Repealer nor Al Smith would play larger i new York. Prohibition Haynes 4 Imp it Tai Over Tho go Cope with Home de in Noer yorker officials supervising were plainly worried conferences throughout mapping out details meats next move whisk i fully guarded. V respite the Stony ret in Mem greeted All inquiries a governments liquor Somo Tho details i became knows. They Surprise attacks Shi bootleggers. Front agents will be quietly withdrawn from each a score enforcement and sent to now York Tho Quot padlock Quot elapse Stead Law will be More vigorously thou the department rating in the plan from its special agents a Well trained men. I use Tho injunction lied upon to defeat Tbs trl tutors and Senora. A need a new Prana wars strengthening the Trot. Officials believe necessary to have mom signed to now York Waters to make War in an Active Federal established Tbs Der la Northern now York. Government Stock so that without such Lions Gallons now stored do would to rushed Avo through new York. Chambers Sandusky it pm p. Chambers former Tho Sandusky Cantor Merce was arrested Noke vs., a charge ment preferred in forced wife. It parents Given real scare by runaway kids Logan o., june Tommy Mcgovern and Pearl Timberlake. Each 7, took a vacation from school thursday which caused their Par it its grave concern for several hours. The seven year Olds a parted from their Homes la Tho morning and were gone All Day searching parties started out and the children were located near Enterprise that evening by Jack Mcbride. They Hod left their shoes fast that aka my stockings near where a boat Ursuio a kept the Hocking River and Cdo win these articles were found by in Aff soar the police. Shortly after these were found Tho children were also located. Thus allaying fears that they wads because ship. In Cleveland. June rating at a nuptial. Johns Cathedral Toda aph Schrembs broke Rale that has Gas Tod a Cleveland diocese tarsal occasion was the Dorothy Barrett. Barrett Cleveland i Mcnulty . Of t j. Mcnulty Bishop Schrembs officiate because for the family j Quot

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