Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio 11 Mar 1923
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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - March 11, 1923, Athens, Ohio
A g is cot of a y Al c hc00cimcr 285= Iset rss the weather i Nurt fled probably rain in Smith Ami rain or a a now in North portion Sunray monday rain. =-5/ vol wit in no. 88. Athens Ohio Shn Day Marthil lot it a rec As amen ii. I of of Bow ii iou Cia Mali matter kick cents a copy taxation legislation pc cd cards Ohio lawmakers nearing close of session French do not expect peace with germans Early Pim. In nun u French Premier does not expect peace for time declares More Coal and Coke Are being Dro due in Ruhr declared to he rapidly pm a. Proving. Hgt in \ n is in Sta sox i. X. S. St to correspondent copyright i dog by i. Pcs a his mar. To. Premier Raymond Poincare. In on exclusive St a i Mon t to International news service tonight raid that he did not have any Hope of an Early Pence with Germany. Quot i do not expect an Early demand from Germany for a Settle. re of the Rohr problem a said. Tin i Ca Nch Premier. Quot my pro pros it 11 to to i truss a is not Eon 11.1�?~t d will possible s 11 Lorn in t nepotism ions. The reason for the trip Are tip necessity of settling irn portent details for exploitation of til Rhineland railways and Ruhr administrative matters. I s r i i a r in Tho Day foreign office officials said there Quot is absolutely no i a is for i Quot ii of that the Premier i a Quot its a by a Ray peace Tho r port that the Premier an-ticipate<4 ail offer from Germany for settlement of the Ruhr originated from a speech he made before tin chamber of deputies foreign affairs committee. Re was quoted As saying i at sentiment is increasing among German industrialists in Laver of opening negro rations. M. Poincare gave the data to show that the situation n i the Rhineland and Ruhr is improving and that prance is getting More and More Coal and Coke. River victim murder charge results from burning to death of two persons after the explosion of a still i University Weh with the budget asked standing lawmakers is uncut Mali and it. Mar. warrants charging manslaughter were issued lids Alii Ninon against i on is i Ordanas whose w Ife and Balu died today Al Burns repelled yesterday when a Mill in Hie Ollie of hic Hor Danaro Homo exploit d. W arrant were also issued for a Boarder who is alleged by Hor Danaro to have owned Hie still Lii Eli was in my operated by Hie woman win n tile explosion one Noreil. Ohio now has stringent prohibition measures of nation. Gas taxing Hill bringing eight. Radical changes in taxation Max he brought about. Durant challenges Wall Street and Iii establish Bank of own to combat control of Money Market two other state schools slashed by legislator.1 of i skis Mario in on House id three measures the loll imm. Haugh Bill Aud la a ravage la Al iou Ole i i ill Iii Sot i Hill san i 11 a no i is i is a direct so died Wall a which he charges. Y Marl Quot i i him t corporations Iii p Mariner that son so in o i inns am it i Nii Ani. Aul mob next step to his a Xii to i Mona will establish n a a in Iii n a w a it in to t tit v. I lit Al St a. >1 i he Mon or banking \ Tho a Iii i w i i l a it tour of than. Excl univ Ense i his w ii Hilt i ii Quot t Maul ban holders Ani a in an inspection Dill Coo St plants Iii ii to jew tonight Diana Lur i Stabli shins four months a Nail or Noo no o it cd k a Patti taint in president Bryan a re quests Are heeded to last Penny. $ la h is ill full sum May come t Athens College shortly. It a i Sion in More great Shi its can he finished la treaty fails. James Rowan 24. Whoa body was taken from the Hocking River lab Friday afternoon just East of Athens near the Point where his clothing was found on the River Bank some hours before the sane Day Row an who for a. Viral years had been employed in the Josten new stand was widely known. Attorney general Daugherty Able to leave room today. Young Man made end to life in a Deler cum. Funeral to he Early monday. Eleven vessels Are now in docks awaiting orders. Washington. I r. 1 lighting sea Craft representing an expenditure of nearly $4 no too. Fifth i wit i be oomph Ted before the end of the it. A he Navy d apartment announced tonight. War i Sac is under construction include two Batt a s inthe Colorado and West Virginia two in Vav air plane carriers ten scout i mis is four auxiliaries i Piir ships and tenders a patrol vessel Twenty coast submarines and Tine Quot Fleet submarines. I under the 5-2-2 treaty construction of seven lint i if ships and four Battle cruisers was suspended. Thai the condition of Hies partially finished vessels is such that Woi May be resumed at any time a rushed to completion in Case to treaty fails of Ratib Al Ion by a Powers was the understanding. Iomie ills is Al Iii it. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 41 4 v 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 mum i a in it i c m it it la in u it it 111.1> m w Youk. War. l Ine. Giant liners Hie Mayes in t he it trip and i lie xxx Ashington. Sailed today hearing a Host of notables and starting the usual Spring Rush to 11urofie. Senator Hiram a a Johnson of California declaring bal a in i rope i up a 11 do k i things except rest a was Oil Hie George Washington. While prominent among lir to Cabin Folk on no lie Majestic was irs a in enl a or. Enro Ute to i rain e fur a three Mouths stay. 4,44444 Miari . Alar. attorney general Harry i. Daugherty stands a Good Chance for Complete recovery from his present Ulm is ids pit it is. Til but. Commander j. T. Koone said tonight. Daugherty came South with Orcsi dont Harding after a Long illness tit Washington and upon his arrival Here his condition was regarded mrs. John Rowan so Grosvenor As serious Bor the first time since Street was located about s Yard reaching Lien Daugherty left Iii room today for a few minutes. Outer garments of the d in new York i a. I 0.�?samuel comp is prot id it of to e Ann i ran federation of labor who has been seriously ii with influenza for the past few Days is out of Dan Ger and will be fully recovered in _ a Short time officials at the a n rocking River gave up its Tox Hill Hospital announce d tonight. Youth had been suffering from appendicitis friends state. J p % u child Hunt ends in York state Satin Day. The dead at 2 20 of clock. Friday afternoon Walt a aft r six hours of intensive search the body of Janu s i. Rowan aged 2 1. Son of or. And s ii i Down the which the ceased wire discovered Friday morning. The body was found partially hurled in mud and caught under a Snag in it few i of water about to feet from Shore. The recovery of the body was made by Wallace Pratt with a Grap pling Hook from a boat manned by Warren Border. Tin exploring Hook caught in a trouser leg and some difficulty was experienced Iii j extricating Tho body from the i earn killer is slain by posse \ Sll la i trim. Mar. i i Xvi. Douglas paroled negro convict it Aid to hate shot live persons in Dekalb county Hist thursday. Was shot and killed tonight Oil the Hatton farm by a posse of men who had been scouring the country Tor him. Transport is lost with heavy loss i a a ins Boul Mains. Tar. the Arent Nik despond in transport Alexandre engaged in paired Pix Deal condition incurred carrying soldiers from be Raisoni by an �11rt< k of appendicitis and a sunk by an explosion today l probable delirium from a lug with the re j tort cd loss of 120 lives Feyer Are Tho to let that ius it s for i lie transport was on her Way it. It is known that Rowan Preaus. The port of Athens when had Bern Troubl d with appendix the disaster took which worried him Rind that a a he had had a particularly severe next v a is Lea year into every attack tuesday afternoon. Woman us Sims she was search for missing aroused the whole found. It alleged Slayer of wife goes on trial next monday. New by Grunt. Quot i Vav As All doped up. Sullenly defiantly of a it moral or Hor pall idly pit try Tazina alias Xix. Mar. in . Let. Mar ii b Iii t i Quot i b it i in chair w ill i Quot by i a Roc it my attorney la we i monday win tit Carl steam a Lorain it i a Tup with no Trace r showing in Lier mures Angelina Conklin tonight is in kidnapping by min Kin from where she was use maid. I did not know featured the Pas week hic slate la a islamic. J the pass i be of Lim Taft Hill a Only after its proponents had Agre j to support tin Oil laugh and Robison Bills sponsor i cd by Tho uniform the Taft nil astir ii provides a tax Slitni i at i on of it milks for cities and la Mills for country districts. Tin primary purpose of this Bill it to allow financially pressed cities to i t additional Revenue. Tim Albaugh Bill abolishes elective township and War assessors makes Tho county unit of taxation and provides for the appointment of assessors by a Hoard composed of the county auditor prosecutor and president of Tho county commissioners. Tho Bill goes Back to the principle of tin old warms Law repealed in Idi a which made Tho local assessors appointive lev urn governor. The Robison Hill provides a to per cent of the value of Tim property penalty for failure to return property for taxation. Tim three Bills arc now before Tho Sci ate Al x i Dix ii i the Mccou Lder Ahon Anil a in Fen i by Hie Enate of hic Jenkins Quot run Para it v Vijh Quot was brought about by the storm of protest it Aion Iii. Ii was the firs pro Bitou inra me to meet defeat ill Tim present session. It was walked try the anti aloof league. The i ii 11 Asut i Ginial i v a sed made persons conspiring to violate any Law guilty of con spirally and liable to both line id Penitentiary sentence. The governors veto of Tho at a wond spid l Fisherman s License Bill w Llic it would have taxed each j son who fished in Ohio it it cents a year put at Bast a temporary quietus on a matter that has been a storm Center in both this an the last legislature. The physical education by sponsored by tile american legion passed the House Friday and now goes to Tim gov Hrncir. It provide for at least too minutes a week of it Airin a 11 in atm ii in i it i tory and secondary schools to in prescribed by tin director of Iti location in addition to regular int. R Mission and instruction in play soil if _ orgy and Hygiene. Quot i Mhz m h Quot Kiu with the signing of tin Gordon Quot padlock Dill by the gov Mer i which gives Tim courts authority to declare places where liquor is sos a nuisance and to it Lyric them fat a a year together with the already enacted r rider bib making t in i titling of liquors a felony gives j Ohio tin Loos Ell of in prohibition opera douse Quot in Ireland a party of non us i in i d by a w in an Tiro a it Spon sible f Ltd Tho Airn of Complete a it by bombs of Tim House it colonel Alexander Miga be in i it it til in. Now Lim Friendly interest of the be a Milo adm Liiko Rule Ion in Ohio tin Lei a Tyr a need i seen ill Iii a it tort of the finance committee a j the House of be i i reset i at i yes that hotly i Hlavon Hie budget i Lite Lull for Hie next two year i he approved a Nidgel amounts approximately stir Mhz Ooi Ai among tis in bunged items is to amount asked by i a resident to. I Itryna for the Ofier Atlon of of University for the next Bien i urn i e rids of Ohio University col j Ald it it a oui ailment to to sell not that in slash was made i 11 a finn or Mil tee in to amount in que ated by preside la v Iii Bim r a a Lim full amount miked by the in varsity is it . To i the Groat Ber i thet t Jim both of Side and Miami universities in of n i a pruning of to Weir request of Iii is he univ i itys bldg was Cut $.512,102 the amount be taken from teat schools be buildings bldg i. The. Budget i Mian i unix rally was Cut a a proximately $375,00 1, mosta which was deducted from Hie r quest i $43$.joo or a Reese at 11 i 11 <11 n or Tho Peins in the Bud recommended Tor the state by i finance committee May to Chan re somewhat a the general a i a a i la i Ion Mil through t legislature but Tim Bill is not e peeled to vary from i a present form v Lien it reaches go i error Donahey. Lie Lect cd suitor steals Bride of the Lucky a Fiji a go. Mar. . Glt Trade no Len 10, Bride of a Tiwa res was kidnapped at dusk by Man believed to i Quot a rejected suit i it cording to a a port Rondo tier Ding to Chicago and suburb pulp. Sire a Call d to Hie Dot a it late. I s Caid. By Lier former woo. A Momut inter Tim girl was by Quot a into an automobile which i led away. Ken officials declare Thev will Beal the politicians. Declare they will not be a a bossed by lawmakers. Night riders to free Iii Oregon after hot trial id h i i it it v m r ill i in sri i no is. O., mar. To. V activities Vav a a impeded or today fur Tim double funeral of i it in Rey no his and wife who do xxx it Din 41 Imars of in Cli oth Bolli we i a pneumonia victims. Limn in grasp of Tim Snag and the mud. It wit ii wit my was brought to the Baughman in Noum it d today a creaking establish it and was r is it later removed to Tim Rowan Home. Pis and. In o the suicide of Janu s Rowan or Myrd l Ine t curved it is thought at my Early of Road v. Is o hour a vein Day morning after into pm n u late tuesday rapidly from Over his im-1 thought to to my i an Catir ii in a to s kept slate Ming t hot the tin country according to prohibition commission r lit forcing a Lorain. It Lucid Vav ii at but reel at first wounds. Girl who code in child for i ederal Vas scar Bing la yams. I in re cd Lim House finance committee i i dared ready to submit its biennial budget t i nip ii does not providing for appropriation total und a j and i e 111j, i to about Ling approximate v to a i. Ii ii in wants at i i Bouse for approval Early next in to Quot my a in. I Quot pile the Veek the omit spauding Feal ire of Quot a t i a i ,1 in Islip a the big Bill a Tim v. I a i but tin lopping of of More than s3, i to i r past Days from a Milo stale University re i Quot d Educ Clay of kit Ltd i Siex Kaslor seized 4 a 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 a it it is leap year for pedestrians. J the d Ere As i was Tai in in ath ions what a re lie lived All Al f his life t to to 4 and win re lie attended the Public schools. He Lins always i a n know n a Mil sox a As a St. R Lily reliable to i and Man Hain \ in rth or with a serious regard for work. A 4 Over sin. Be i in was a sin la boy Row the Athens county com 4 an had worked on ids own Initia missioners have selected hive my r timing conf. Need with Arthur Anderson of this idleness. At Tim time of his Dis up City As the clerk of the 4 Bearance a was Cark in the Job county Hoard. Air. Ander 4 ten Cigar a St t ire where a had work son xviii Lake tile Post after a it a i of r a Hon t 1 y. Ars. In addition mrs i i thoth a lath be to his j. Are ids he is s urn in cd by comes county recorder. 4 one i rot her. Thomas Rowan. Mrs. A it Rath has been 4 Tim i 1 n e i ill Iii. B id clerk to the county com 4 monday to Ming at 9 o clock at missioners for a number of 4 the St. I in u i at to in it i lurch with it ear. V burial Al Ter wards in time. Ander Oit is an sex 4 cemetery on North. I a in Aster Street Perien ced and practical a Al embers urn elks Ai my knights civil Engineer and for Vixo 4 of a Collin s lodges of which the terms was Surveyor of Adi 4 deems d is a in be us comity. His experience 4 fend the Soi Vicc. The to iks will go in Road work and his Long 4 in a 1191 n is Myhling at 11it club a of Igliori a Viii la com i .2 o clock i in Lay missioner. Should make 4 morning 10 Church. Hun of no ii Valin to Hie 4 har. I. 4 4 of up St v h 1 a. I i Wjk v. Long run full ii Regar i la the Quot whole affair As a More or i is inter sting Quot trip Obi i Levi i i s the try of i in girl and Toylin axes one of the most intensive sear Dies Ever conducted for missing persons in Tim Eastern states j Tim child and ids 19-year-old nurse dropped from sight thursday i afternoon. A Blind police quickly in ii std Tim Aid of officers thru out new York and other ast in states in tin r a k friends of the Minikin family offer d a Reward of $2,-i for tie return of the child and no me a dams asked Tim Al quest for 80 Jisa. Ida. The Brown gasoline before the House High tee is expect d to of Ter of Tim Mage pm fax Bill now Vays commit up the c a Veek. The original Bill provided a two r per gallon tax but it is expect that will be reduced in commit in y amendment to one Ltd it r i a or 1. 1 Adonai in a Ais. D Jar. I i of i run ital school Hind he b acc Gill Rev action had a re d it state a a Lions and a. Rather Ted to j j a i ill a g hulled i Ria it a to had be a it t in it i hah w and t a for two go at Ign a Jud la a ill 0-11 it it i of i n to h fill cd d ii mar. In mba trial re. A Rajit of not nip it def it a a hat tiny night Rilling i Joseph f. Until nearly in under Way had created millionaire ador Louisiana people Demar ouster of two Parish officials. Publicans t by Tho g ill Lias i cd i in is a prot noted the a mayor we a in total Aine the measure is Prici House to alleviate Hon among both r democrats and to j. Ernora a veto. Tho amended so As to or High judge shall be spent a tar Lent member Elci Palluti s and co Reward off. R sinners instead of by i s. Hackett in Way departing it off Alban bring a a. Not ills of n i i i i to Marine by to unto the dais Irmen killed in crash Una for the baby Denver Man and his Bride found cold in death Randi kit Ward a Ika k 1 b time Gas my mar plos tile it on i i Argint i i in. I pics nil not la uni j in w i Dax Ion Omac \ of a ii Iii let. Self it int a a 1 limb r it of tin Springfield National Bauk and where a shortage will ii ii Ian Ira ii an s i too oho in i. I in Hie Lonigo Ai eos univ jail oui Glit. Awaiting _ of aum we uie flu Tai grand Juu i is ii id i Kab. It a i of a of in Siow n i mar Xuy Iinuma ked but Ieav ii armed Bandit in frigid Beld up Lim Propri Quot for Aud a clerk of Iii m Lii Liuasi Anil Sou and meal mail. To forced tie in into a la fridge Gator run a ii Impi Ami Len ii tilled Hie Terai i a Laking Sajiu in Ca ii. X Mhz Roi pm rn., mar. 10 charging Tho a flux Khan Xiv or venting Quot a fair investigation terror outrages in Moreho Parish a group of victims of Holt cd mob depredations hero font Pri initiated Paris Odd i. It la n i cd rigs again gals. A 1 us de May District it and rho r denial Talon i j. Din i. Bai in ii was tin fatal Accident to trainman of the i Locking Boa Hamden mar. a Rimer l of i do in brakeman of Hook vilify Porth bound local Freij no. La. Was killed while switch of Gallipolis saturday morn with Barking into a lumber to it with eight e irs Iii some manner Bdl from end of Load ear and entire Cut of curs passed Over ii Iii rigid leg wits badly Tang and lie was out about Tim head w. V Rush it r Gallipolis Hosp but died in fore being placed on i Ope King table i he Accident of cd about la a. M. Aud he d a. M
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