Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio 10 Jun 1923
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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - June 10, 1923, Athens, Ohio
A pages 6 to Day a he Xvi no. 166. Sn.,rajfsrylsa3gsrarj?, Ohio sunday june 10, in a Komitor is onto a wart. By a a a la Omoy Tim. Hio a Moat look. 11.00 fear we soot work 19. \ 0 a near funeral r a Al la a id to be in excellent Cor business will Pip Rover. W tempt securities to stir a we. I. By a. Hayward u s. Staff correspondent Washington june 9.�?na-Konal finances Are now in such nod shape As the end the fiscal approaches that the next con re a Vui find it possible to reduce come tax rates All along the line. Long . Ssi onal leaders said to ight. Conservative Republican leaders Kosher qualify this optimistic pre fiction by saying that Congress will que income tax rates it can be Keesom pushed without opening up whole taxation schedule to the Fnu i assault from Tho so called radicals Quot who Are insisting upon a Rater taxes upon swollen for a mrs Quot and excess profits. Tim rank and file the republicans in Congress Are eager to have Jim reductions effected realizing Tho political Potency a a lower taxation argument i i Tho Cam pains that arc to Start next sum won wll jewels stolen volstead Law now in Al feet in a ports America. Special rules i to cover Case. Some lands have Medicine wine for Itier sailors. I gov no preventative Martin a mad Jon. Republican Illinois chair Man the powerful appropriations committee the House Binh holds the purse strings Torun sent spending said tonight was in favor Congress Mak a material slash in income tax Ira is. Quot every Dollar Treasury sur plus effected through economies in i government and unexpected excess act lots should he reflected in re induced said Madden. A this Mon y is taken from the people for support government. More should not be taken than needed. Tho tax Burden should be lightened whenever possible and As often As possible. Every $100,000,000 treas Ary surplus Means $1 collected from the citizen in excess gov nent realities in lat Lon Are presented it by leaders in plans the Ament and some demands to boost present taxes larger in comes and to re enact War time taxes excess profits und Strib i ated profits and accumulated surpluses corporations. A reopening tax legislation would give these legislators their Opportunity. Such taxes Are opposed by Republican leaders As striking directly at business and tending to prevent business enterprises and views re Presentati a Madden said he would reduce present rates Large incomes to 25 per cent plus the Normal tax s per cent making a total is per cent. He thinks one third any income enough for the government to take in peace time. In hts View he has the support Secretary Mellon th1 Treasury who has stated his belief that larger returns to the Tress Ary would result from lower tax rates Large incomes because such incomes would be taken from tax exempt securities investments and placed in business ventures. Robert Intlekofer missed death by two feet when his automobile careened Over a 35-foot embankment in Cleveland Ohio. And hurtled Down onto the Railroad lacks below. A Boulder 24 inches Felt i the tracks stopped the machine just As a fast mall train thundered by. T Cli r. Forve him pursued in his Home Cleveland. O., june waning interest in the brutal Mottoh old murder patrolman Dennis Griffin waxed again tonight with the uncovering a number a a hot tips. Reports were current in police circles that John l Whitfield alleged Slayer Tho Giliof the Way such Man it had been seen this afternoon we i in Cleveland and a car loaded with detectives were out tonight attempt tag to bring in the suspect. Earlier in the Day it had been announced from Rockford ills., a posse sheriffs deputies were seeking to round up a Man believed to have been the officers murderer in a Small Illinois Village. At the same time. Chicago police announce cd that the car in which Whitfield made his escape from Madison wis., after having been placed under arrest by two officers tigers nearly three weeks ago had Bern located in a garage in the negro District the South Side. Washington j Joe policy Quot reason Waltl govern the enforcement it the volstead Law upon foreign ships in american ports Treasury officials said tonight a a few hours before the specially drafted regulations went into effect. It is not the intention the government to a Sci xes foreign vessels which have More liquor aboard than they Are legitimately entitled to under the supreme court decision and the new regulations unless they Are openly and flagrantly violating the Law. But such 11-Ruors Over and above the authorised amount May be confiscated if to appears the transgression is flagrant. While the regulations which become effective at Midnight Are rigidly drawn they nevertheless will be applied in such a Way As to avoid any drastic unpleasantness with foreign governments particularly during the present experimental stage. Ship physicians nil be allowed considerable latitude in the declaration medicinal liquor. For Medicine. In the Case ship flying the flags France 8pain and Italy whose National Laws compel them carry wine rations for their seamen it remains to be seen what policy will govern in these instances. Treasury officials were i communicative this Point tonight but the belief persists that the ships doctor declare their wine ration to be Quot medicinally necessary they will be allowed to get away with in details at enforcement win have to be worked out with time it was said the egg Latsons rec hey pro my a Fate have been foreign governments sufficiently in Advance so that Tho masters Loreign ships have had ample warning the aridity american ports Ani this fact is calculated by c metals Here to reduce violations to a minimum. In memory fallen heroes eds lire Pill tart in no coup a n a Quieti a open Pren Onsted a quiet supreme. Mrs. We. Ellis Dotty wife the american steel magnate reported her arrival in London from Paris the other Day that she had been robbed pearls valued at. $100,000. F political a Quot arc Brea out against present i preside huh a. U warn floods. Washington. June Pekin. June intrigue and party warfare combined Toa get it bring North China face Taaff with ant the most serious situations that has existed during Tho trouble the Republic. President la Yuan Hung faces downfall. While rumours that he has fled office and taken Refuge within the american legation Are untrue his position is precarious. Mobs have surrounded the presiden tial mansion and the Telephone wires leading to it were Cut. Communication was restored. Sofia. Bulgaria june 9.�?a Sud Den military rising today overturned the bulgarian government. All the old ministers were arrest. Professor Zankoff has been appointed Premier in succession to 8tan�-Bulinsky. Rower is vested in the hands the military. The new government issued a manifesto pledging Loyal execution the peace treaty and the abandonment Quot military the City la orderly. The new government has the support the j army. There is no communist representation in the Zankoff ministry. Tho coup do eat was planned quietly by army officer and cer Tain powerful . Utica leaders and was executed quickly. Detachments troop proceed. To the Homes the ministers and notified them that a Rex out Ionar committee had assumed control and that member the Stumb i Linsky Cabinet were tinder arrest. Rumbling a i at there have been a. Political upheaval in Bulgaria for come weeks. A fortnight ago it was reported that the Stam Bulinsky government at Sofia had been overturned. But the Reposh proved untrue. Alexander Stam Bulinsky the peasant Premier Quot Bulgaria has been in Power since 1919. A general election the Middle april returned him and his party to Power and their position seemed strongly entrenched. A giant Wreath in the shape in Anchor was lowered in los Angeles Harbor from the deck the u. S. 8. Nevada in memory a american sailors who died in service. American legion Tost itt conducted the severed in fall a while carrying bottle. Warnings were issued tonight by the United states weather Bureau service for five Rivers in the Midwest. Boil so Knill Iii ii rub Quot Medico Columbus june t a Theodore Karns employed at the Golden Star restaurant Here out an artery above his right wrist today when be Slipp a Xiv tie carrying a five Gal Ion bottle a ice Tea. When he fell he held to the bottle with so tight a grip that it burst n his arms. Police took him to St. Francis Hospital. County ids menaced by wed boar melted by fed party Monway r. Valentino and Bull fights mean nothing to the Athens county commissioners in general and commissioner a. L. Johnson in particular As the result an adventure that befell them while an inspection tour along the Athens Parkersburg Road Friday. This exciting break in the routine the county a business occurred when the passage the commissioner a Olivver Between Beebe and Frost was challenged by a 400-Pound boar. Commissioner Johnson was Delv ing when he saw a big hog coming up the Road towards the machine. About that time the porker saw the Olivver apparently became insulted and made a charge upon Henry Pride. The Impact was inevitable and a draw the boar stopped the Ford and the Ford throwing the hog for a Joes. With two Yards to go the porker attempted to Bucic through the Center the flip very a Radiator. He did not count however cog not Toner Johnson who stepped the Gas with the result that the hog squealed and All rent into the ditch. That Sall. Bride week greatly exercised Over the affair. Kun Kluk at Marion Marion o., june 9.�? president Harding a Home town was invaded tonight by 1600 hooded knights the Kun flux klan who came from nearby towns and paraded the downtown streets which were illuminated with red fire. Following the Parade 500 candidate Yvere initiated at the fair pounds. It s sure some egg Henley. Eng., egg 9 Inch Ion and t inches in Cir inference has been Laid by one Linton a hens. It weighs 63-4 bees. Raft Aid Haugh be will be attacked in . Intangibles Are to be do to Beer so re la is a a Jia appear at funeral in Cohn. Lur. Columbus o., june 9h Ber the women auxiliary the Kun flux klan made their first Public appearance Here this after non. When about 20 masked and Rob d member the order took part at the burial service mrs. Audrey May court who died hooded women wore a costume very similar to that tin. Asians then with the addition a yellow ribbon worn about Tho fore and outs do Tho mask. After Anding in silent prayer a Short line they placed a Cross red toss the grave. Women fillet the the organisation said that the klan auxiliary Mui been in the process organisation Here for Sev Rai months and now has too a members. Columbus. O., june 9.�?decision to proceed with a referendum the Taft and Albaugh taxation measures was announced Here lets today at the conclusion a session the special committee appointed by the executive committee Tho Ohio association real estate boards. A so much pressure was brought to Bear by Home owners Farmers and tax payers from All parts the state that it was apparent to them hot the a legislature matters taxation did not meet with Public approval a it was explained the purpose this John e Mccrehen president the Ohio association real estate boards a is to Force the adoption some method taxation which will relieve the unjust proportion now borne by Reg estate. We will organise the Home a a owners and taxpayers this state and will contest every temporary makeshift until some Means is arrived to secure the payment a just proportion from intangible wealth Quot president Mccrehen de dared. Heavy Badeau. In West brings flood Wichita a. June 9.�?a Hundred and forty five persons were made homeless tonight by a flood in Wichita. Hundreds others were High land following a t.4 Inch rainfall which sent Rivers and creeks out their Banks train service was almost completely halted. To i Juabn Oja you Rife in killed at a Railroad crossing. Columbus. O., Juno 9.�?mrs. Mary Ellis. 24, is dead. And her husband Chester r. Ellis 2$, is in mount Carmel Hospital in a serious condition As a result this Auto Mobile in which they were Riding being struck by a Pennsylvania. Train at the North Hague Avenue crossing her this afternoon. A Pomeroy june 9.�?george my Angeus a rub physician who has been practising at Rutland for never weeks and doing a land office business was put in jail a charge larceny complaint George Butcher Rutland. It is told that he to6k up caused to be taken up a Public subscription for the purpose purchasing some mechanical Appl ances for a Little crippled girl Rutland whom he has been treating. The complaint is that he used the Money so garnered for his own purposes. Tile turn events has considerably be clouded a Little Romance in which a Doc Quot Mcangus miss Jennie Starkey Pomeroy a week so ago after an acquaintance a week ten Day the Bride was very much distraught by the jailing her newly acquired spouse. Yesterday Butcher withdrew the j charge and the accused was liberated paying the costs and returning the $12 collected for the Benefit the Little Romine girl. Lost heavily us invasion costly Acca tag to Pricr Iery a statement. Muenster Germany june 9�? More than 60 germans Haxe been killed Many hundreds have been imprisoned and 60,000 others including persons Over so years age have been excelled from their Home since the French and belgians occupied the Buhr Chancellor Wilhem Cuno declared Here today in a speech before the National press association. A whoever wants a True solution the reparations problem must not think so much promises but More payments Quot continued the Chancellor. Quot the method an honorable merchant is required for a solution the reparations Issue. Our paying capacity has been Over rated greatly abroad Quot Whir debt us cab u Alii 7 soft with als up a \ Saidi a slings we a to Coffee est Paije. in London june 9.�?the Advt ability adopting a More Aggro save British policy in the German reparations discussions will be discussed Over the week end by Premier Stanley Baldwin and for eign Secretary lord Curzon it Bui Learned tonight. Lord Robert Cecil who has just returned from parti where he conferred with president bluer and. Will give a verbal report upon the French viewpoint towards the latest German proposal. Sir Phillip Lloyd Graeme intimated in a Public address today that the Niles mayor refuses to i retire from his berth. Niles . June 9.�?branding filing affidavits with govern it a Dopa hey against him a purely a i attempt a to get him Quot by Polit enemies mayor Charles Crow night reaffirmed his candidacy to its re election and expressed Confidence that he would by elected again. _ looks Busy he it s typical Oil town a and More coming m n Usky p., june 9.�?City i Tibe Man gives i his sons orders Mansfield o., june 9�?while Felling Trees today near Here Jacob Carter War thrown against a turnip when the tree spilt and was held there. He lived Long enough to direct his two sons to saw the remainder Tho tree off so he could be released. Carter died soon after his Back being crushed. He la survived by apr n confronted the City com it with a demand for a 15-<cent increase. The Coil will take the matter up in f Yth policeman Conten his wife and nine children. Dem and sub to Tho a beaded frocks beaded frocks which play in and out the Vogue Are now shown with pleated sections panels Goth Elds 0b mibs y government May consider a purely British policy necessary. Great Britain is going to make a supreme Effort to secure an Anteri Allied agreement but if the move Falls the next logical step will be to adopt an Independent policy for the Protection British interests. International news service learns that the Allied diplomats already have been officially informed that great Britain is concerning such a course. If forced to adopt her own policy. Britain will consider herself free to safeguard her own interests and probably make direct arrangements with Berlin for payment reparations. A a a a a a a a a a a a like a Jian i t Sandusky o., june i. A judge s. M. Carver in common plea court hero today granted mrs Mary Mahanti divorce from Hor husband Harry g. Mahan for Quot Gross neglect mrs. Mahan testified that As Long As Thoro were saloons Man Hail was Quot Only a moderate Drinker Quot Bat that Quot a soon m the co in try went dry he was drunk All the a a a Ai a a filipino Chok a Hub girl who Voss kind to him cla.r3t the to y his i Tother a he .7 # to is him. By James l. Kilo allot i. N. S. Staff Corr Ponds Najj i new York june 9ih a Blossom Quot Martin Frau 94-Ji old doctor office assistant a was strangled to death by Kojl Lawarda. A squat. Bal filipino a the victim her desire to christianize Bey in the girls Mother wild from Troy tonight Declar a tween sobs. J a i expected it. I Elpeet a moaned the Mother mrs. Huh Martin who hastened to Napili in receipt a Brief Masai a the police that her pretty go daughter had been Alala. Filiip my daughter was Homo ii a it eks ago Quot the heart brokes ther explained. She told me Filiti this Man. She said he a no her life with a revolver he threatened to choke her. H Quot i told her to keep a Flag we him but she said a Mother h Don t you worry a a a Blossom always was pie was interested i work when she attended Troy. I am Aura her Man was purely for Tho a Christian Ising him. Politeness must have won is ii lid ence. fish a she told me a did nos Felsl him and that she would we marry a foreigner. My poor la Why he bid he while the distressed by paced the floor in Tho .11111 where the body her a ebb Lay. The Runty. Flat Naod a rat calmly in his cell to by a quarters pad re Teram a Martini his us inhabitants flee. St help Naples june 9�?mount Vesov irs i becoming very Active and inhabitants in the villages at the foot the Volcano Are abandoning their Homes and moving to Safe quarters feel Earth tremors Rome Juno 9.�?earthquake shocks were reported today tyo it Apulia in Southeastern Italy. The population is greatly alarmed. Capital Bride Murray City and Straits Ville jobs will be a i surfaced. I three Sands near the Center Tonkawa Pool is a typical Oklahoma Oil town. It one he sort that i Spraig up almost Over night. A score More big derricks can be teen Back la and Only Street. Three Sands though it has a population 6000, can Boalt no City officer to mmi>lg<p�4 ins to Logan o., june 9.�?announce ment was made at the meeting the county commissioners held Fri Day that the cooperation the state Highway department Hadl been secured inthe project Tot Topi surfacing the Logan new Straits Ville Road from the corporation line to the James Hall farm near Webb Summit the department will also assist in Simitar repairs the Murray City Nelsonville Road. This improvement is to extend from Murray City to the Athens county line. Both stretches i Road cover about three Miles each. I it was stated $21$. 5 was the total amount allowed by the commissioners to meet sheep a lats which were filed with then. Six claims were submitted by sheep owners who suffered lots sheep thru the ravages dogs japs sent warships. London. June 9.�?japan u sending four destroyers to chinese Waters As the result attack upon japanese residents China Accord log to a dispatch from Tokyo to i loved we i marry her a v i Lasara. Led by . George ithe Central Park vhf amp Iii leak when Aho Quot insisted ail her he lost his Ini he clasped his hands he it Eck. He pressed his pus into her soft White neck sad cd and pressed Sod huh most have been half Aahis he came to his fences tvs Limp. She had fallen in Alii he Grig. A Agif was committed in handsome old Home a ail Lawarda and Mise my it Antii j hyvtr4k�?T>1j Youngstown a s pectin Caw. Suspect to a the a mrs Robert Rownd 3rd, has been called the most Beautiful Bride the season in Washington. Id. C. She was miss Nina Luna. Daughter mrs. We. Wallace White jr., sits the maim Coal Oitice find a mod into a he near tact Ltd Youngstown Obs i with eight suspects to % Ling three women huh charge the investigation mysterious slaying year old Helena drachmas in. A. Girl. Left Hunt edly i tip this afternoon which lad i Clews before grilling the is already la jail. Developments have and fast since Friday chief Watkins inures letter which led Mem covery the dra olm zip i body in a two foot Wido Mai Der the Hubbard Park Wum and a half Miles East Job town a. Vhill because Tho fact Ysl murder Vletta weighed pounds polio believe two persons must murder pointing have been almost one person to have Iso for under the could not to the Road. Tai a suspect Woma wll a that Ope Thorn the a fill Oei Ptan. According to several ult to run Down i Slayer. A a via they Point Toj pounds in Tho i the Anonymous astr deductions. A Mil Sib a a a woman would m to Stab anti Thini flail Man s till land Tea he coms m a a in met
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