Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
27 May 1923

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27 May 1923

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - May 27, 1923, Athens, Ohio A pages to to Day y a v 7 a v % a it amp Tinawi a toes it Scott vol xviii no. 154. tto ult a aet it Isis Athens Ohio sunday May 27,1923. Political Ohio rocked b y arrest a big fell a a Central figures in great Man Hunt it Lloyd George and Borah Are slated for the Battle. Olden Days forum expected. Both friends and foe the league Are confident by William k. Hutchinson i. N. S. Staff correspondent copyright 1923, by i. N. 8. Washington May 26.�?a series International joint debates Between senator William e. Borah and David Lloyd George former Premier great Britain in american Public forums this fall is now being arranged by non partisan organizations. The subject the proposed forensic Battles Between the two great orators one american and the other British will be the league nations Issue. Tentative plans now Call for eight ten joint speeches in cities throughout the East. When the Idaho senator and the former British Premier Cross verbal words american audiences will he treated to rhetorical fireworks rivalling the famous orations Webster Clay and Calhoun for both men Are noted for Public speakers. It also will be the first time in years that a noted Burgin spokesman has met an ant Erin joint debate. Senator Borah will present the attitude toward the league nations and particularly his antipathy to american admission to the league. The former British Premier will defend the league As it now exists and will present arguments favouring american participation. Rely Borah foes the league believe that Borah famed for his Quick wit and Sharp debate in the Senate will prove More than a match for the British invader. On the other hand friends the league declare it old be the first time that a a truly g. Eat a league advocate has met a noted opponent face to face and they feel Lloyd George will be victorious in All a verbal passages at it is recalled that league advocates Felt lord Cecily a recent tour this country behalf the league was not effective because he played a Ione hand. The same idea has been expressed frequently by former Justice John h. Clarke now a spokesman for the league who n recent speeches invited his opponents to share the same platform. Toledo society woman plays Roll movie heroine. Toledo o., May 26.�?mrs. W l. Beckham prominent society woman carried her two children to safety when fire threatened to destroy her Home Here tonight. She was bathing the children Lucille 3, and Antoinette 2, when the maid discovered the House was fire. She opened the basement door and was driven Back by a Cloud smoke. 8he rushed to the bathroom and warned mrs. Beck Ham. Who wrapped some garments about her children and took them out the House which quickly filled with smoke. The maid escaped also. Daught to dark from East Cost to West we come next Dayton o., May 26.�?orders Send across the continent in 15 were issued today by the department War for lieutenant Russell l. Maughan the Speed King the air service to attempt his Quot Day Light to dark flight from new York to ran Francisco Between the dates june 15 and june 25. A newly built Curtiss Pursuit plane will be used in this flight it was announced. The plane was brought Here ten Days ago and gave such a Good account itself that the officials believe it to be the one to hours less. Even if Maughan uses up 17 hours in his flight he will make his Landing while it is still Daylight at Tho Golden Gate. Three hours in time will be gained the Westward flight. Forty thirty minute stops will be made and 1.3 hours will be allowed for repairs. In april he flew a Curtiss racer at the rate 236 Miles an hour and in order to make the flight from new York to Frisco in the time specified he would Only have to average 160 Miles an hour. Greece and Turkey induced to Patch up a truce. Both sides were massing troops for decisive action. Call it propaganda Delaware. Of. May 26.�?a Resolution condemning alleged propaganda claimed by osteopaths to emanate from chiropractic centers to the effect that the medical profession is absorbing osteopathy was adopted today at the closing session the annual convention the Ohio osteopathic society. Calls grand jury to Clear docket Logan . May 26.�? judge Pettit has issued a Call for a spell grand jury to be convened at be courthouse monday morning at Dler in Thrace and were ready for clock. The court is very eager Tho explosion get All cases out the Way be Lausanne. May 26.�? War in the Balkans Between Greece and and Turkey was averted at least temporarily by an agreement reached this afternoon in the near East peace conference. Great Britain France and Italy exerted pressure to prevent a renewal hostilities that might have involved Bulgaria and Jugo Slavia As Well As Greece and Turkey. The retails the agreement Are yet to be worked out but according to the basis Greece will receive reparations from Turkey in the form additional territory in Thrace. Allied delegates were jubilant Over the Success the conference for the danger a new conflict in the Balkans was causing widespread alarm. Athens had handed a virtual ultimatum to the turks demanding a satisfactory answer before tonight to Greece s demand for War indemnity from Turkey. Fears had been general for several Days that hostilities Quot would break out along the Maritsa River unless this demand was satisfactorily adjusted. Both sides had Neon concentrating Sot in re the summer months Start and r this reason he is calling the special grand jury whose duty it will be to investigate the Case George Lucas who was returned to this county recently from West Virginia Dies in air collision Kansas City mo., May 26.�? an aviator believed to be Steve Montrose was killed and another whose name has not been Learned was seriously injured when two a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Bull slays dog that gave life to rave master moi7ltre, ga., May 30 a John Carlton. 20, with his faithful bulldog went into a Field to drive a huge Bull into another pasture when the animal became enraged and Eirew its 3,000 pounds against him hurling him to the ground with a ghastly Hole torn to his Side. The beast then backed away and started another plunge for the helpless month when the ban dog leaped for the animals Throat. The wounded boy crawled to a Fence and managed to pan himself to safety while the bulls attention was directed toward the dog. Then he looked bark to see his mute Friend hurled High in the air to fan near the Bun where a Long Horn was driven through the dog s body. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a ass Tui a astr vsr5u-&.�sr2r Ohio 8 Strong Box fairly oozes Gold from its every Crevice goes to Senate Columbus May 26.�?th Ohio government receives approximately 91,250,000 annually As interest 930,216,132.21 its funds which have been placed Active and inactive Deposit in 400 Banks thru out the state an official the state Treasury stated tonight. For the first time in the history the state it is claimed All Banks applying for state funds have been apportioned a part the state s Money for depository purposes. Interest rates Range from three per cent Tho Legal minimum to 5.05 per cent. Although payments from the state Treasury run into Largo figures Dally the total Tho states funds has increased Over 97,000.000 Ainee state treasurer Harry s. Day Fremont Republican took office last january it waa stated. Upon taking charge the state Treasury treasurer Day instituted the plan placing All the state s Money out Deposit the same Date thus increasing the efficiency the clerical activities in Tho Treasury and speeding lip distribution the funds to Tho Banks. Under this plan. Treasurer Day distributed in less than so Days 23,347,600 the state s general Revenue fund to the Hanks. During the same period it was stated the state Treasury office Force Handsch Over 925,000,000 in securities hypothecated with the state treasurer. Practically All the time four clerks in the state Treasury is taken during office hours in clipping coupons from Bonds. In Tho big vault at Tiff state Treasury Are Bonds from 2500 different issues representing aggregate investment 9125.000.000. Many these Bonds constitute Security for state continued Page two fun former Athens comity Widen Krish in i Ime Fri a a a a a a a a a a a a a fifty fifty a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Logan o., May 20.�? Byron Zeigler Gibsonville. Who is the father 17 living children can right fully claim the Honor having the largest family numerically in Hocking county so far As the records Here disclose hut Grant Moore questions these honors when weight is taken into consideration . Moore is the fatties eleven robust children combined weight is said to be 2300 pounds. Or. Moore is also a resident the Village Gibsonville services will be held the morning May 30. In father Byrne to make address. Old services Here annual memorial Sermon today. Caught in Rolls. Youngstown. Of. May 26. A John Mccombs 29, a instantly killed at the Brier Hill Plant the Youngstown Sheet and tube company Here this afternoon. It is believed he was caught in the Rolls and crushed to death. The program for decoration Day in Athens has been arranged and was announced late saturday by Post commander j. L. Pickering. Captain j. B. Allen will be marshal the Day. The main Execl a will be held in the morning instead the afternoon As heretofore. Soldiers the civil War and the women s Relief corps will meet at the Post room in the armory this morning at to clock and from there will March to the presbyter Lan Church where . Wilcox will deliver the annual memorial sir . On wednesday May 90, at a clock in the morning civil War veterans and the w. R. C. Will at the armory where they Hope to be joined by both military com panics Athens All soldiers the Spanish american War and world War veterans. All civic Organ los tons Are also urged to join in the Parade. A Flowers which Are to to donated should be at the armory by 6 clock wednesday morning. The band will Lead the Parade followed by company a Captain Walsh in command the Artilo a Battery. Captain Campbell in command the g. A. A. W. R. Cd a Spanish War veterans. World War vet ans and civic organisations. A the line March will be from the armory South court Street to. State Street West state to the old cemetery where Graves will be decorated a Salute fired and tap sounded. Then Aho Parade Wilt proceed to the Union Street cemetery via state Street and cemetery Street a male quartet led by prof. Hoover will sing at the exercises at the Union Street cemetery Ani Rev. For. Byrne will make Tho memorial Day address. There will be decoration services in the afternoon at the Athens state Hospital cemetery. Members the g. A. R. Will meet at the i Post room at the armory at i clock in Tho afternoon. Mrs. Patrick Connor and three daughters Are victims. Tragedy enacted in next state. Formerly operated hotel at Stewart for Good Many years. Stewart . Mays 26 a news came Here today a terrible tragedy at Mountain Park w. Va., yesterday in which three former Stewart residents mrs. Patrick Connor and her three daughters wars burned to death. Tbs Connor family lived in Stewart for a great Many years operating a hotel Here. Tho members Tho family Are Well known in this part the state . Of Connor having passed away but a few years ago. A press dispatch from Cumberland md., telling the tragic affair follows mrs. May Connor Fairmont w. Va., said to have been about 90 years old and her three daughters. Miss Kate Connor 40 years old mrs. May Rooney and mrs. Jet Grannon All Fairmont w. Va., burned to death in a fire which destroyed Tho cottage. Which they opened at Mountain Lake Park to Day with three other buildings. They had leased the cottage miss Mollio Crane Fairmont and arrived to Day to take Possession. They started a Bonfire leaves and rubbish the outside. The wind was blowing and the fire followed a Trail leaves under the House which was set fire. The Mother. It is thought was reclining at the time and when the fire was detected one the daughters went in after her. It to thought that the Mother in the excitement repelled the attempts the daughter to take her from the House then the other daughters went in and All were hemmed in the flames. The positions in which the bodies were found would indicate this. It is possible that the bodies May be fully identified by watches rings and other jewelry they wore. Near the bodies was found a can containing 92,000 in Gold which was intact not having been melted by the heat. Mrs. Of Connor had sold property some time ago and it is thought she was in the habit carrying the proceeds converted into Gold with her. A a a a a a a a a a a again yet Youngstown cd May 2<t.�?after setting up a new worlds Marathon dance record Hern at to a. Rn., a a Toots Mercer and Harry Wagner continued dancing with the intention quitting at Midnight. At it p. In. The it Tuple were still going Strong. If they continue until Midnight it will mean iss hours continuous dancing. Miss Mercer. A 12-year-old girl. Broke the Woad end a endurance record thurs Day when rile had danced iss hours. Alva b. Adams. Pueblo col., has been appointed to the u. 8. Senate to succeed Tho into senator 8. D. Nicholson. Adams appointed by governor w. E. Sweet la Tho first native coloradoan to represent the state in the higher House Tho capital. Federal Juri after a Pri Cota j i Toohtl it four Lieut. Crocker flies without Stop Over Central West. A a a a a a a a a a a a clashes Between common is Sand police take place. Soviet control taking place. A troubles Are reported from several Northern districts. By s. D. Weyer i. N. S. Staff correspondent Berlin May 26.�?au the North pm Section the Ruhr seethed tonight with red disorders strikes and clashes Between communists and German police. Trouble was reported from Gelsenkirchen bochum Dortmund Muenster Ham born Castrop in Relma Chrid. Reds were said to be in Complete control the Industrial City Gelsenkirchen where a communist committee was appointed to administer affairs according to soviet principles government. Donahey cannot oust appointees without a special ruling. Fear More trouble. Bochum May 26.�?two persons were killed and 40 wounded in clashes Between communists and German police this afternoon. Further fighting is feared tonight and sunday More hysterics Cleveland. Of. May 26, before Midnight a boy from a Florist shop delivered three dozen roses at the county jail addressed to Marie Price the companion John Whitfield Slayer patrol Columbus. May 26.�? if governor Donahey does not Appeal to the state supreme court he does and loses his suit. He Wilt be unable to make any a a recess appointments during his present term As Ohio a chief executive unless appointive state officials should die resign. This is the interpretation placed upon Tho ruling issued to the governor today by attorney general Crabbe in response to governor Donahey a request for an opinion. Attorney general Crabbe a Rul Arr it is believed affects the tenure office w. A Bundy. Athens Republican member the state civil service commission who was appointed by former governor Davis to a term expiring Augustio next and several others. Columbus o., that his son Samuel Koskoff was careless nod negligent in operating his automobile. Phillip Krakoff his father has brought Milt for 910.-000 damages against his sos for Berlin May 26.�?realizing that Germany stands upon the Brink a terrible red upheaval perhaps bloody civil War German capital and Industry joined hands today in an Effort to loosen the grip the French upon the Ruhr. It was reported tonight that industrialists Are ready to guarantee i new indemnity offer off 50,000.000, too Gold Marks approximately 912.250,000,000 to France. Communist violence which is sweeping Tho Ruhr in the face French Quot neutrality has aroused the German government capital and Industry to the belief that the most sweeping sacrifices must be made both sides to prevent the sweep the bolshevism wave from roiling through Central Europe. Camp dates Are fixed for 6dard value Arbo defense proven. Pilot travelled from Texas to Michigan in Daylight. Clemens. Mich., May 26�?the first Guif to Canada non Stop flight record for a plane bearing one person was established today when lieutenant Harrison g. Crocker flying a de Haviland plane which left Ellington Field Houston Tex. At 6 21 a. In. Saturday hit the Canadian Border at Trenton Mich. After flying la hours and 29 minutes. He landed at the army flying Field Here 35 Miles beyond Trenton at 5 15 by lits own watch. Lieutenant Crocker covered 1,160 Miles and consumed 250 Gallons Gaso line. He encountered no engine trouble. A his flight shows that an air service can be used As the first line defense in time War a declared general William Mitchell assistant chief the air service the United Stater army who greeted lieutenant Crocker when hear Rived. Quot Tho air service could be placed As a Central Section coun try and could reach any one our country a Borders within la hour with Little development the planes now used by the army such flights As these can be made practical Quot general Mitchell said. Speed Wah Cut lieutenant Crocker Cut both his mileage and time estimates. He figured he Mould cover 1400 Miles in 14 hours an average too Miles an hour. In covering 1150 mile in 12 hours and one minute he averaged nearly 96 Miles an hour his Speed was Cut by the necessity Low flying account rain. Columbus. May 26.�?Ohio National guard Encampment dates have been announced As follows by adjutant general Florence july 22-aug. 6, 62 filed artillery 112 engineers. 37 the tank co. And 112th ordnance co., Camp Knox. Kentucky july 11-29, Headquarters co., special troops the 97th division Headquarters troops 14th cavalry brigade and 127th cavalry Camp ferry july 29-aug. 2. 73rd infantry brigade and 37th division train q. M. A. Camp Perry aug. 10-24, 74th infantry brigade and is medical regiment Fiaman Pima Olivver King is being touted for the White House. 26.�?�?ohe Washington. May beat Wall this is the political epigram which advocates Henry Ford for president All Over the country were using with exceptional Success according to senator Henry a Hurst. Democrat Arizona. A Hurat has just returned from a tour 19 Middle Western and far Western states and tonight summed up concisely a few Points political significance which he observed his journey. A the sentiment for Ford is growing and is gaining considerable strength especially in the West Quot said the Arozona senator after a former state official at the head list now. Probe ends in Many toi other arrests via sex dry agent in net. Cleveland o., May lit Leal Ohio was a rocked with the sensational Newt def mint and arrest format Titbit pm director Joseph a. Or Fred comte form prohibition agent at Hammel a. Hoskins. Yet. And pc a. Frank canals far and brother wed charges conspiracy lo1 Federal prohibition Laws. District attorney a. A. A teen who directed the weeks probe which resulted secret indictment Tho thursday said tonight that arrests might be Mads in what he described As a violate the volstead Lair a fraud the government wholesale bribery. He Reft disclose the identity the whom warrants had Mai however. M a the charges contained Iff indictment Asok to link the defendants ail lawyers Louis nod Abraham their As Clates in the Quot Mil tar conspiracy by Means thousands Gallons i leased for the manufacture tonic were diverted into channels to the profit a per agora. It is said 000,000. The Auerbach terms in Atlanta Federal were brought Back to testify the grand jury and District j by Bernsteen said tonight had disclosed the details amazing plot. Tho indictments charge Frank counts Moiety too too and la ii that the Auerbach town in Advance the times cml agents proposed to Vii Dace by Lonni where Din took a was made. It is Changa $32,700 was paid to Bosk louts Auerbach apparently vices in securing approval drawl permits. It is however that either Fred Shearer shared to Aby Money. Hoskins. In a formal issued after his arrest a do that his connection with the Bache was Quot simply a an for which he received ast he branded charges conspiracy As false and in Dently predicted his own ton As Well As that the dieted with to record Shearer pointed to bus securing the conviction Rembrandt Cleveland a charge bribery and that he was largely putting the Auerbach out alcohol the nearly Titi Ness while Fred count ing his innocence said to a sorry return for seven year Fol fat sender for the his brother also need any wrongdoing. Hoskins has Long been neat in Ohio having bean flog attorney a Glaise chairmen the state off commission candidate far tory state and is now a Ber Tho Hoard Trustum in Northern University #6 aft also treasurer the Columbus line la Shearer was state registrar automobiles under the ton Charles h. Graves a Iii rotary state and was later Toto tary the department Pum works which office he ndp�6/ become the first prohibition diff a tor Ohio. A a dark train soft i was cause troum John Chad Elf the motor Alfa Chadwell a Ebony. Day stated that the account near acl Dent at sugar crash to Days messenger was incorrect several details. Or. Chaff Wax not driving the Taw himself a said that an approaching to not the Canso the Temh Cal at the White House where he train was standing Tbs g went to ask president Harding to urge Congress to pass the Smith Mcnary reclamation Hill which would set up a fund 9390,602,006 for reclamation swamp and arid Tanto. And could not be Ceca Tamea Baboid near the Clearing till train were riot until the car a thing the d rive re Weld s to the Roadside. That sad part about not having a wife Hrth

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