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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - November 5, 1922, Athens, Ohio
Ltd it a pages to Day 0 Cit i it vol. . 193.Athens. Ohio sunday. Nov pm her 5. 1922. Single copy five cents a Yor Roush and police chief resign tornadoes claim Many in the Southwest by chief Brot Ris downfall officers say railroads have not kept Promise to Supply Hocking Valley mines with needed Coal cars dead Over tre accepted a bribe and the marked Money was found father leaves Post mayor civic body brought about the ousting of Pearl Roush police chief Pear Roush of ath. Ens resigned from his position Friday night following his arrest on a charge of bribery preferred by a m. Smith a private detective of Columbus who has been investigating City administrative affairs for the past 10 Days at the Behest of the Athens chamber of Commerce. The resignation of chief Roush was followed saturday by the res ignation of his father mayor t. B. Roush who declared that a towing to the embarrassing position i have been placed in by my son i feel that it my duty to the citizens of Athens to resign Tho arrest of chief Roush Friday night was the result of investigations started by Tho civic affairs committee of which a. Ii. Roe chairman of the Athens chamber of Commerce following Tho complaint. That the chief had Boon intoxicated at a High school football j ame several weeks ago. This committee made some discoveries which it Felt warranted More Coni plete investigation into the executive and Law enforcement depart Quot hts of the City administration detective a. Al Smith of Columbus was retained to make the investigation. Detective Smith uncovered a number of suspicious circumstances it said but the most important was the information that chief Roush had approached Charles Marine of the contracting firm of Mariner a Sams and had solicited a bribe. He alleged to have off Reed to secure the fast Union Street paving contract for Mariner in consider Ion of a certain sum of Money. A inner it declared. Refused chief Roushh a offer several closer governmental supervision of railroads in the distribution of i Coal cars the imperative irn medi ate need Quot declared Charles h. Bryson Secretary the Athens chamber of Commerce saturday asserting that a government inspector should be Pine d in the office of every railroads car distributor i office to see that the pro rata distribution of Coal cars should be in i partially made to the mines served by each Carrier the declaration of mrbry son was made following the failure of the no w York Central officials to keep their Promise to assign Hoo More cars to the Relief of mines served by the k. A m. And t. A to. C. Railroads. A the new York Central officials stated or Bryson a promised that i >0 per Ieni Coni car Supply would be furnished the mines on the k. A m. And t. A o. C. Railroads to be Gin on october 25. This Promise was received the result of representations made to them by the Athens Chaplin r of Commerce the Southern Ohio Coal Exchange Hie Ohio fuel administration and the Federal fuel administration. In promising the increased car sup ply the new York Central officials virtually admitted that this District has not been getting its fair share it Coal ears in accordance with the Law which provides that All mines cars a Day Are needed or Rey son ship c an Dot shall have their Ratolo share of said that cars which Are available not Coal Carlie for this District ate taken t Slit thru of to the mines of West Ai cars a this p concise not being kept Quot declared or a j son. Quot in tact. Quot he thru it to the mines of West continued a uti Coal car Supply at Ginia and Kentucky some mines has dwindled below the Quot on of the ii Alana for the Short 21 per cent maximum that had age of Coal cars Quot explained score been available before the Promise tary Bryson Quot hat 150 diff Eti it was made one mini reported to me articles form la. Sixth class in gift Friday that it had Only five ears in Are hauled Iii Coal cars became the Ive Days. Winking a total of four sixth class of freight a hours in that time because ten and one half times Mon Coal. Many roads get cars by Coal shipped on their lines and Reship the Coal cars 1o.ud>d with merchandise of the sixth class every Coal shortage of the last six years has been due to the failure of the transportation companies rail roads Are not interested in hauling Coal when higher Price freight a offs two available getting More Revenue Money to i rom other nut Here a real flapper x now Kios done to throw a fit the messenger Means just what it said in the two lines above sunday comic Section missed connections and did not arrive in Athens in time for the Issue of november 4 that today. The comics Are sent in the messenger by the publishers who also Supply the other leading publications of the nation with this popu Lur Section of a sunday Imper. Unfortunately Tho messenger shipment did riot arrive it was held up somewhere in transit just like Santa flails sometimes misses his train. Of course this All being said for the Benefit of the Junior readers of the messenger because the older folks never look at the funnies. A a a a a flu other Morick Given Coal cars Federal amenity says frilled slates has smashed another fuel Froude into retard Iii the fast week because of More ars Washington Nev f pros mat div 12 500,000 tons of Coni were mined gds week cd which 10,7 10. Too tons were bituminous and i Soo too were Anthracite til geological Survey announced tonight declares that policies of America Are her i by n affairs a foyer there not ours More lobs than men the actual situation today Cleveland nov. 4 Knor i Mous Progress has been made in a the paths of peace the restoration of Domestic Prosperity and Tho reduction of governmental expense and in consequence the administration entitled to a vote of Conli Donee. Chark a Evans Hughes Secretary of state raid Here tonight addressing a mass meeting it. The masonic auditorium. American policies. Secretary Lingier warned would gain nothing amid r i it the Ovtia Mort by being co fit gtd with others Rath-1 the ill a a too Miles without Stop thin i a about to too tons Mote Titan was mined i Aal. W Elk. Tho a i Tate of production which Psi manifold during the pus three week i la due principally to improvement Iii transportation the surveys report indicated Here a missing magnate list attempt eau Cosie. Gaze on a real flapper Type thousands ted in the Magazine times but at tin instigation of de All who have puzzled Over the 1522 feet Ive Smith the negotiations were addition to feminine Pulcher etude a reopened committee of distinguished artists crisis reached Friday of Octal Iky car old Mabelle Wood Friday a crisis was reached in Ulm of so a Mascot i maps the a typical american flapper a from a he situation when chief Roush it said informed Mariner that everything was fixed and that to was ready to close the Deal. Mariner was Given the skin five Bills of $20 each by the Athens chamber of Commerce where a record a kept of the serial numbers on the Bills. The meeting Between Mari re and Roush took place in the dining room of the Mariner Horn on East Mhz Street where Mariner gave Roush the five marked Bills part payment of the $200 said to have been promised him. Before the Money changed hands the two men reviewed the affair and what Roush had done about it it claimed. In a bedroom of the Mariner Home. Detective Smith his wife and sheriff Herb Parker were listening to conversation Between Mariner and chief Roush through the medium of a Pictograph. When chief Roush made his departure site t Iff Parker followed and Arr lamp Eil him in the Candy land fruit store at court and state streets where the chief had stopped to Purchase a package of cigarettes offering one of the marked Bills in payment. The sheriff took the Mon of Commerce. Chief Roush declared that there was nothing criminal about his transaction but readily accepted the suggestion that he resign chief of police which he did immediately. The warrant for his arrest was sworn out in the court of magistrate Helwig before whom chief Roush had not been arraigned on the charge. Lieutenant j. M. Cady now acting chief of police until Roushh a successor formally named. C. M. Gill mayor the resignation of t. In Roush mayor was handed to c. Ii. Harris. Clerk of the City Council sat urday afternoon. C. M. Gill coun Oil president immediately called a special session to act on the re signal Ion for 7 o clock saturday evening. At that every member but w. S. Blackwood to whom a notification of the meeting had failed to reach was present and the Council unanimously accepted the resignation. C. M. Gill was then sworn in mayor of Athens by Rodger Jones notary Public to accordance with the Law that the president of Council becomes mayor when that office vacated by resignation removal or death of i the former encumber it expected that w. S. Black it. In iffy it Xulla of photographs submit contest of the flapper the prize Winner upsets lots of Flap perish gossip. She shuns powder and paint. She a Good housekeeper and i i k a to Cook. And what More she goes to bed at 5 and gets up at g. I. I. Chairman makes predict Ion of a Victory tuesday democrats Are keeping silent Promise surprises for he a a inst when vote counted a a. I a i Moore evidently done to think much of vie Donahey a j Columbus nov. 4 special eel Moore of Youngstown Ohio a former member of the democratic National committee had this to say today of vie Donahey democratic candidate for governor a any Man who could not make la speech unless it was written out for him who unless it cannot utter three sen once without making grammatical errors who addres. Chi a letter to the former chief Justice of the of ate a Hon. Hue Nichols a who never has conducted any important business enterprises and liar failed in every Petty one he Lias Ever undertaken who Asig no rant of the fundamentals of Public and governmental business a hottentot and above All an arrant demagogue unfit to be Wood the oldest member of tin City Council will be named to sue Reed or. Gill president of the body. Action on this matter could not be taken at the special session which was called Only to consider the resignation of mayor Roush a and it will be taken up at the regular meeting monday night. I Pearl Roush the sex chief of police has been serving in that Capa Ity since March i when he sue a ceded chief Graham. His reign Lias been noted chiefly it said by the laxity of Law enforcement and the secrecy with which he con j ducted police department affairs sex mayor Roush w serving his j first year of his second term mayor of Athens at the time of his resignation. His term would have expired Jan. I. 1923. Cox bewail the fact that America hot getting into world fuss Cleveland. Nov. 4 develop log a new line of attack upon the if foreign policies Nion former go a of Here Tom i a average Man i Gard the admit designating no Ler National Cut Short of Lotty in in this connect launched and in ambassador Geol whom he named observing corps a Quot Quot gave intensive my Fiott Amia to Altair administer error James m declared that the beginning to re stration policy of e observe prs in in fences a i nothing Ion governor Cox attack go Ham to whom a Schia f of t he and whole said. At Tention to the Quence Able Rig company he cd Hughes rime in we the Moth in lated to the broken fron Johnson. Go into the my made upon his Success a we have More or p Transfer of Valu Standard Oil re tary of state leaking at the. Of the City to that closely in tent. Sneakily West by George r. Holmes i. N. Staff correspondent Washington nor. 4 except for last minute appeals to voter and the final tightening up of organization machinery which will be attended to monday the Campaign of ik22, in Many respects tie most remarkable the country a witnessed in years came to a close tonight. It ended in a fanfare of oratory and political rallying the country Over. Participated in by nearly th1 whole of president Harding Cabinet scores of senatorial candidates a. Thousand congressional aspirants and literally thousands of candidates for state and municipal offices. Here in the National capita the close of the Campaign was signalized by the issuance of the formal Republican prediction of Victory on tuesday by John t. Adams chair Man of the Republican National committee. Democrats silent chairman Adams predicted that the Republican majority of 24 in the present Senate will be slightly increased Quot on tuesday Anil that Ai a Normal Republican majority a of about 40 will be returned in the a of representatives a enough lure the continued domination Ogress by the republicans for the next two years. Cordell Hull chairman of the democratic National committee decided to withhold his prediction of democratic Triumph until monday he had no comment to make to night on the Republican statement other than that tuesday would pro i vide some surprises for t he republicans. Sinking big new mine Bridgeport nov. 4 Lorain Coal amp Dock co Columbus opening a new Coal mine at Lau sing. If will be among the Large in the state. A steel tipple will b replaced. Eventually the mine will connect with the company Stan Ley mine near Barton four Miles Northwest. Or our a potential helpfulness will be diminished b v mixing in mat Ere which Are not our a a Meric i Home does not ii it in a it Ltd id covet a any territory on gods broad1�?� r Ltd 1 Morf. Man needed a there now no problem unemployment a Secretary Hugh declared. A the difficulty just the Reserve. The problem now we look into the future How to Tref the necessary labor. Industry looking for men who want to work Farmers Are looking tor men to help them the question How we a to going to get labor enough to carry on Tho undertakings which Are going ahead in this splendid re covery of business a ,.a a Leninist ration following the. showing to Keach o a St next Stop will in from coast to coast of nation i by la. K Reynolds n. S shift a Orrey in Derit Washington Nev 4 Iran Continental air plane flighty on ached Jutes comp rash to Thorn made by passenger trains were freely part dieted tonight Iii army air circles a the Republican does not face there questions with Mere professions and vague prom Isis Quot he declared. It stands a on in solid ground of actual achieve men Quot made by lieutenants John a. Al ready and Oakley. Kelly in their non Stop tight of More than 2,000 Miles from san Diego to Indianapolis. These predictions were based upon the fact that the monoplane t-2 was to observe a definite ached tile in the trip from Hail Diego to Mineola and that the Landing at fort. Benjamin Harrison Indiana this morning was Only la minutes neral of their relatives Cecelia and behind the anticipated time of at Frank Royal Thelma helmet Vir Brown and Al try Schwab Alii although oui a his a. Or High school students killed when a Quot a were disappointed the Auto in which they were Ridi util and Kelly War was struck by to in a o. Freight capful in their attempt to. V Slop new a distance record established. a real hero Breaks record Ashland nov. I Corporal the actual distance covered in Horace Armit age Golf pro and fit the flight of tic j 2 was Given in one to make a perfect score on the Quot 2100 Miles Iii the official Auto men local links a the recipient of two issued by the War department to medals from King George for Dis night. The longed previous Reet in Gill Abed service Anil Heron in in on was mad or. June lilt i it the trenches during the four years by Captain John a Rook Are sir a he served with the British forces a. W. Brown British Pilot on their in the late world War 11 ran Afan tic flight of 1936 Miles i from St. Johns new found land to All in one grave Elyria nov. I John Seabom and George Vehlber of Elyria and i and mrs William sea Bohi n Lorain returned from new a vat la where hey attended the joint i train. The five bodies were Laid in coast to coast without one grave. I were jubilant Over tin Mph. A i be Howard Jayne a wide search i j. Howard Jayne i of Mam Mouth lit theor Jeu such business rivals de but the Iii a Complete my and ing made missing Capiuk a number a kidnapping a a i to adv up for still pythian Oklahoma reports heaviest Foss in the drum right District color Voo was also hit hard Snow falling in fasten Section of that state now i Ulsa okla. Nov. 4 Between fifty and sixty person were killed in a Tornado swept Over Drumright Oklahoma at seven o clock tonight according to meagre report received Over Cli company private Telegraph wire. Drumright 111 62 mile from Tulia at i n a Ling. Oklahoma Hie rot Anna Iii t am pan v a it ump was blown away and four workers worn killed local ill Laal i cd Tho rom luny announced. It Wenty five pc Ains arc reported to have Boon killed Iii Shamrock. Oklahoma Shamrock to 65 Miles weft it Tulsa i Leat auction of a Largo number of building of. Mannford Oklahoma 50 in him wed of tul a was report. It i by t in i ii a a Iii operate sell Astone. A i x Mill hum Mannford no ins of ufos wan reported at Mannford although Thye were a number of narrow escapes Colorado buffers Denver t olo nov. I South i astern Colorado tonight was in the grip of Tho first a a to storm of Tho 1922 a i unit taken two live insulted in Tho to vet Rupee of transcontinental wire a Ommunda Hon eau property damage Aiu Kumim to in thousands of loll i and caused Tiro rum of much livestock i in loin took the form it a Cyclone in Cio Lei Anil Lincoln count i two tornadoes sweep Trig the District f f to Naan Neq lit even months old Bud wore killed w 11en Thea Home near Carey cd. Otic 15 Miles North of sugar City a caught up by a 1 .1 Lone an wrecked. Mrs. Moss Man and their two and Otto half year old on aft red Iii juried when lie House it i demolished hut of expected the. Will recover i la the a Cirl t h 1t j. Wept the i Vale Iii of sugar a my dozens of Barms Manhay stack and ranch building w Ere demolished. I a wet now my ruin fell in part of. Astern and Southeastern Colorado now a falling in Denver. Hall stones Large mat Hie w opt Over Patti of Lincoln mid Crowley count let wire com in Titi Ira Hon with All Points West null and not the of Denver had been broken off Early in Tho evening the had and now were a Emu pained by wind of a High. Loirs in Ana a re the Mina Ture i t Loio Ware report ted. A new excuse Oberlin in t College Btu Deni a tip i oath la Ai a alarmed Lover the Large number of bicycles that have been stolen Here since the College year opened this fall. Rim Cid i Eye students imply insist that c. Cannot attend classes in h Iii -. An Rule on their bicycles Many Giro the. Reuie for cutting or or my a it i a a that their bicycle had been stolen. Stated meeting Alshet i Hap or no 39 it. A. Nt., monday november 6, 7 p. In. Election of flyers for ensuing rear. Vav. It Bechtold ii. P. T a Palmero Sec. La 3-2. The making of wine history. Antedate Clifden Ireland. It g or Otti the foreign 11 Val. By Ark policy. Edet of the sunday messenger on Sale at i id Gan Book store Donahey would Cut state Aid for the schools nothing has happened to the present Campaign of so great importance a statement made at Dayton by the democratic candidate for governor vie i Jonah by when he said and has never denied a i will Cut the education Levy and the welfare Levy right off the Booke which will mean a saving of millions that you will then no longer governor with the veto Power he could control the legislative situation and put into effect this nefarious scheme. This Means that state a d for schools will be Cut off and the deficit made up by local taxes Athene county Republican executive committee. Herb Barker chairman. John j. Woolie.-, Secretary in colonial Day a legislative at tempt was made to have King Island n. Of called Nahu bugs a latter name never Ber ame . In m am Nian Lodge will co a on monday evening a other important business before a alg j f beverage c l. B. Snyder k k i both claiming Victory in election tuesday in voting places of Ohio by c it. Haddox j. N. 8. Blaff correspondent Columbus Sov. 4 a Ohio to weighed the Harding and Davis administration i the verdict. in the Public mind. That verdict will be an overwhelming repudiation of the state arid National administration Quot predicted Vav. W. Durbit. Chairman of Campaign co de toe rat in stat r Here tonight a from careful and Conser vate estimates based upon county poll Traw votes taken in the Rural ii Chil the labor vote in Industrial canters and of the women both City and i Tab Vee a justified in predicting the it action of colonel Carmi a Thompson Simeon fess and the entire Republican ticket by aria to Rifie ranging from 126,000 in it. Miller chairman of the Republican state Campaign commit tee declared Here tonight. A the in e finales Are based upon poll. I All Complete before the it a of hit chairman Millar Aid a during Hie past five Days the Bange of sentiment ten the Republican ticket a been Gen a a a a a a a a tricks the business districts in the Erat and of great magnitude. Lunches Lor school c Hildren to think right the child must have the right kind of food. Ii i a a Lunetta ens of the Molt important school problem. It not i any to make food Alit in Lvi and to keep St / to in when to e tie / lad a d tarried in a lunch Basket. Of / i Tau ii fist for distribution a Book to which contains various i la of fare for the Basket lunch suggestion to the proper method of packing and recipes for sandwiches cookies salads and sweets this a free government pub i at n in r Vav i Tuga in forma a to Bureau Witt retire a copy for Aav Reader who tilts out. End malls the Coupon below enclosing two but in Stamps for re irn r a Ltd it Vav. A Jour name and adar?.s clearly fee it a to. A of school Lunche. Fred Ergo j. Baskin. Director Tbs Athens my a a Enger information Hor eau Washington. O. C. Mams. Brast. Give. Stats ,�?�
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