Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
18 Nov 1923

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18 Nov 1923

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - November 18, 1923, Athens, Ohio Pm to Treirat messenger vol xviii no. 203. A a a a ath ens Ohio. Sunday. November 18,1923. Amp omit la own a win. By a Mhz m Uio we Algol foot Kerful Lloyd George and Premier Baldwin hold oppo j site views. T Riff maybe splitting Point labor party also taking hand in the squabble. By David m. Church. I. N. S. Staff correspondent London. Nov., 17 a the British political Campaign got into full swing today with a speech by Fornor Premier David Lloyd forge attacking Premier Bolos policies and Quot French militarism and a manifesto by the tory prime minister appealing for a protective Tariff. Premier Baldwin declared that j the situation needs a drastic measures. To proposes to impose duties upon imported products for the purpose raising Revenue to Che special assistance to suffering industries and to use Throe duties is a lever for lowering foreign tariffs against English goods. The Premier said that no duties would be imposed upon foodstuffs. Baldwin proposes to Ald agriculture with a Bounty one Pound la a acre upon arable lands. In plovers Are paying thirty shillings per week for labor. Pending the introduction the Tariff Reform measure the government proposes emergency measures for unemployed setting aside a re. Lief fund j50o.ooft.o00 for government works especially in shipyards. Great Britain will Lay Down the Keels seventeen Light crushers As All Oker so i veterans taking More interest in organization. A a a a a a past year has a been Busy one a it membership due to grow j by leaps and a Bounds. In saved by a a ohm Piny Fork not. falling against in circular saw while at work near Here. Oscar Pupil was mini from probable fatal injury the fact that he involuntarily exhaled his breath contracting his lungs a the Tore through his Collar Bone and every rib the left Side. The rut left an opening through which . H. Wilson and nurses Al Lite Martins ferry Hospital where Pupil was taken watched him Berat he and his heart heat. The fact that the fright with a gasp a ooh Quot As the injured Man stumbled against the whirl log Blade is thought to hate caused the breath to leave he lung which collapsing kept out Ute Way the by w. R. Updegraff Columbus nov. 17.�?the american legion in Ohio Wilt see a substantial increase in membership Carty next year in the renewal affiliation Legionnaire who drop better be Good when mrs. Sylvia a0nx a Quot Vavrou a an influx new men into the organization. General Chauncey p. A a a a a a a a a a a a Athens High school to interest the whole City. Public urged to take a part evening session thursday for school s patrons. Producers Are Connel Staten Island n. Y., is around. She a just Bern appointed Deputy sheriff for Richmond county. The first time a woman has Ever held the Post. A to know Fate in Baker. Columbus commander the Ohio department predicted to night. J a interest in the legion is grow.,Gaggers Down Carthage ing constantly As the men grow old-1 r___1 and draw further away from the Way Are increasing actualities War. The legion has a number become a potent Factor in municipal. Affairs. It is doing things and a number Man is proud to general Baker said. Special activities and exercises for the Observance each Day in National education wet k set. presidential proclamation for no vember is to a have been Ara Okad for Athens High school by Brinel a f. K. Ilar Linian. Each Day in this week Lins Boon devoted to a certain phase work in the schools throughout the country and the program for the Loo school is designed for the Observance such phases. The High lights the seeks program Sill be Given thursday and Friday Aith sessions designed to promote a closer understanding by parents and others interested in the work being done in the Public schools Athens. A Tim Rad a will be known As illiteracy Day. And will be opened with in address to the school it 8 80 a. In by superintendent 8 Tailer. School will in dismissed in the afternoon and the this is main Street Horam Merkau. In miniature this auction Correct j the Little Alpine Village will be produced and will form part the recover but a Felt which the world famous pans Ion player Are to hold at grand Central Palace new York the last two weeks coming december. Oklahoma a governor Appeal to Federal court. Producing Gas Wells in the recently developed car tie serv ice department state Thage township Field was increased Headquarters. It a pointed out. To to last week when the Ohio fuel has within the past year. Trained g. Supply co., drilled in a Well and placed at least 1000 veterans the it. W. Barnhart farm that has in Good jobs. And is responsible for daily production i afternoon classes will to Holt i in the the More than i Ruble feet Gas. Tho Logan Oil amp i evening Hesston which will in con 1000 other former soldiers. And . Is momentarily expecting Tho ducted from Piso to a. Friday St reel in a t hns. Justement compensation in another Well the xxx a up known is Community any i for a struggling who skew Salon. With the Federal veterans Bureau Art Colo farm while the Jaye Oll und will be opened by a general 1 Quot Trug Long whiskey Salesman i reinstatement and conversion a Gas co. Expects to bring in a i Aion at co insurance. Vocational training. I Well by the Middle the week j americanization and Naturalize the Bailey a Knopf farm. I Mon work the recovering lost the recently organized Bradford discharges and personal effects and dil amp Gas co. Has started it no. 3 taking care the infinite details f 11 tic Dunlevy farm. First a a Prospect proves Fatu. To pin Surg wms Fet Salesman who tried to do business the Street Joe Owen. Of Pittsburg found Hei n a once picked up this no defense is offered Senate arrear8 in pay re enlistment pay a company has already secured two the National Honor Moriety a die a a a i government bonuses and numerous producer one with a production Itin calve High scholarship organisation As parliamentary Sanction is obtained. It is proposed also to Reform the old pension act. Baldwin has thus sounded the Call for Tho political Campaign upon Tariff Reform and unemployment entirely dodging foreign policy issues. Former Premier Lloyd George in his Northampton speech took for his subject a emr. Baldwins. Need free Trade he attacked the Premie with vigor saying that great Britain did not Quot desire Protection from French us so much As it did from Inch ii Quot said that a protective Tariff would not assist unemployment hut that free Trade would enable British ships to control the seas. The labor party issued a manifesto attacking Premier Baldwin s protective Tariff policy. Instead Sid tracking the old labor demands a capital Levy it reiterated it. Proposing that the Levy be imposed upon All fortunes Over 125,000 for the purpose reducing the National debt. Not p. Declares cards Are stacked against him in legislature. By Robert s. Thornburgh i. N. 8. Staff correspondent Oklahoma City oih., mov. 17.�?barring the unforeseen the guilt innocence governor j. C. Walton Oklahoma will be decided by an impeachment court before wednesday. A Iron Jack Quot As the suspended governor was characterized when. At the Climax his dramatic career he ruled a chafing state under absolute martial Law had one recourse tonight the Federal courts. Shorn Power 1>caten at every turn his impeachment trial goaded to desperation a Iron Jack Quot hurled Defiance at the court today. Other Kindred subjects a some 900 Quot a Quot a lha Ohop a a a which Athens High pc the things the legion is doing for a i both the Logan at Gas co. World War veterans. It a. And that who Kulp supp a co. Have All their pipe lines now Laid Between them they Are now the state service Quot Quot taking a a the ka5 1>roduced by far this year. Has handled439 that a Flye companile operating there claims All kinds. Of this num s s to ply hts illicit Trade Friday Affer a which will he noon when his first Prospect culled Ca by the presence the Al tonal officers and reported the mat whiskey wants club the City several ten. The local Cut Len who was first the chm whose members will address the approached by Owens is said to school at 6 30 Friday evening have been offered a Ess. Of Quot Hond Hore will he a Public initiation Odd whiskey for the trifling sum $1 20. Homo slight is alleged to have reduced the Price to Ohio a stated. Had Desy year. Ber 4975 have been adjusted and Iii Are pending. About 55,000 Ohio a 541.000 world War veterans Are members the american legion with local Post membership especially in the cities showing a steady increase according to statistics at state Headquarters. Must Settle up Francis Carney Athens was arrested by police chief Parker j Friday afternoon for failing to pay a balance $8.20 a Fine that was recently Given him for being elks planning May us Date is wig he told them the cards wore stack drunk. Carsey will either serve the cd. He defied the Senate to impeach Fine out in jail pay up before he him. He said he would n6t stand is released further humiliation. The governor quit the impeach the greatest earthquake area in ment court and left his Fate in its the world is in Italy not Japan. Italy has had 27,672 shocks and will have distinguished guests next tuesday evening. An inspection and initiation will be held by the Athens Lodge elks int their club rooms tuesday even holds a charter. The parents in High school pupils Are invited to by present at this initiation. To pfc whole r Eek sunday Tho first Day National education week has been Dearig. Natch As for god and country Day. Monday is known As american Constitution Day and professor t. N. Hoover Ohio University will address the High school at 10 46 a. In. On that subject. Tuesday will be patriotism Day and the rotary Athens National Bank was appoint it receiver for the to eking sunday morning school Region beginning it i. _ ,. A $0. Wednesday will in school i a traction co. By judge Bors and teacher Day and the City Nathens county common Board education xviii assist in the in court Friday. Tho receiver work the morning session at blk in the result the suit Abner Juniper a stockholder in the traction con Pony who declared that the company was being mis managed by e. B. Young and that a poor place the greets by sheriff Mckinley and arraigned before Hedwig a soliciting order for he pleaded not guilty to Barge Friday evening hut a right in the county Bastile brought about a change mind and he pleaded guilty saturday morning. Me was assessed a Tine $100 and Cosie port which a paid. And Mother and one Cubi petted to recut now. Mil Bru buro . He 1t.- after administering does gut Photic arid to three her mrs Benjamin Yod Ell swallowed a Quantity herself this afternoon and m it conscious to the floor Home i six Miles Northeast Here. Than Ether and one Chih attending i any the Ether two children Cam live. The tar children what death Are expected to result fret the acid Are one year old. Staff and four year old Nom to Tel Iris child Amia. Elk. W boo recovery probable did not Swallow Allaf it dose her Mother was Bury j a Mac the fluid to her Slater and not a her empty Hor Mouth. The life a fourth child. Beth. Right wan probably the timely Entrance into Tho her brother. John. If. Entered the Homo just a bin i was endeavouring to the fourth child to Swallow Eon Odd. To crabbed for Tho hut before he Oouida grasp Mother had swallowed its a moment tatar no Yoder to the floor. Summoning his working in a nearby com feel neighbors the youth thou physician. Mrs. Yoder and Hoo. And that is As far As the mat-1 told to leave town in the quickest a i Quot Quot a Quot a to a went before the citizen phoned and most direct Way possible. He. "t7 any did. He Athens Ranier is Rule receiver in company it courts order id. Tho revived tonight Bat to two were Stilt unconscious. Yam deranged mrs Yoder has la Een 1 deranged for More than a cording to reports Given pm and author Lea Here the family and neighbor at a Tat mop tonight Dow us Tho bedside the Fred l. Alderman. A Ashler Imp Ems insolvent and mpg Wei mpg. An Heb draw said two them 8 30, doth had Kight Ashland Ohio nov. 17�?traffic was Bloke re when two women Auto St disputing us to who had the right Way staged a realistic fist fight. A the defendant company consent so to the receivership end . Alderman was named to take Over the affairs the company. He was authorised to take Possession All the assets and property the traction company and to operate it. Paying its debts and nettling the claims against it. Or. Alderman was required to furnish a $10,000 Bond. Several members Ohio family Are fatally injured. Toledo. Nov. 17.�? Gerald Baker 17, was killed his father a Robert Baker 35, was fatally injured and a brother Lowell 6. Is expected to die As a result the Baker automobile being struck by a t. F. Amp f. Interurban car two Miles South Here today. The father died at St. Vincent a Hospital in Toledo. Tho Bakers live in Lemoyne and were going to the Home a Broth Erin Law Harvey Knettle West a Lucky. At the crossing the Auto for Obile was struck by the interurban. Which was said to have been travelling 60 Miles an hour. The automobile was carried 200 f get ripping up the ties until knocked Loose by a pile timbers at the Side the track. Hands without offering a syllable defense. Goes to court judge f. E. Riddle chief the defense staff said tonight that judge John softer no. Of the West pm Oklahoma District Federal court had set 1ft a. In. Wednesday for hearing an application for in a Junction against the impeachment court. Since judge Cottral ruled against Walton an application for an i order to restrain further procedure the Senate a few Daya ago the defense assumed similar action might be anticipated wednesday. Japan Only 27,563. By an air plane Rou sube Ruise Orue tremors student cars m mix up Rou to Nemith saturday Logan o., nov. 17.�?early morning scrimmage was enjoyed by several Ohio University students who were Enro Ute to the game at Granville saturday. This time the scrimmage was put by automobiles rather than by players. As one Mach at reached the Woodruff farm South Logan a wheel was broken and the ear stopped in such a manner that the Road was blocked. A Buick car came along and slowed into the first machine with considerable Force then to make the tackle Complete a Ford machine sideswiped the Buick thus making first Down with several Miles to go. Fortunately no one Quot As injured in the pile up. Kenton. Of. Nov. 17.�?th slide 500 feet Mcguffey Roundhead Pike West Here. Into the Scioto River resulting in overturning a dragline and dredge and the narrow escape several workmen from injury. Friday evening is believed Here today to Havo been caused by Sharp Earth tremors which were registered by the Georgetown University Seismograph and estimated As having occurred about 1600 Miles from Washington and within the United states. Kill peacemaker Cleveland o., nov. acting the part a peacemaker John Fairfax 19, was shot and instantly killed when he tried to Stop a fight Between two other men. One is held As a material witness but the Man reported to Havo fired the shot escaped. Logan. Nov., 17.�?a new method Rabat Hunting was inaugurated thursday by aviator w. E. Harden and companion Clyde Myers both Columbus. They left co urn bus by air plane Early that morning and were preparing to land the Blume farm near Enterprise when a Rabbit left its nest and started out across the Field. Putting Speed the flyers pursued and being outdistanced and outwitted the Rabbit is said to have Given up its life without a shot hewing fired. The writer has the Relia Hie word William Ackers for tills Story. After securing licenses in this county the Young men returned to the Blume farm where they had a Fine Days Hunt but no Rabbit bagged afforded More amusement than the one first secured thru Tho air plane method. At in car nun Ruuno i us flu flight rpm. Ing when William j. Meyer District a a up Deputy Portsmouth and John g. I Price former attorney general Ohio will be the special guests for the occasion. Tho Lodge inspection i will be conducted by . Meyer and i . Price whom it is predicted will be Tho next grand exalted ruler the elks will make the main address the evening. J the ceremonies the evening will be preceded by a banquet at 6 clock and the Lodge will Convene at 7 clock. The Athens elks Are now making preparation for their annual Charity Ball at the armory the evening nov. 22. Their memorial services sunday. Dec. 2. And the annual minstrels dec. 12, 13, 14 at the Ewing Hall auditorium. Left the farm new English warship to be Light and fast four fifths population now living in the towns. Ohio has definitely changed from an agricultural to in a Industrial state. Now Only 2<� per cent the population live farms. So a study shifts in Ohio a Rural and Urban population shows report Rural economists at the state University. During the past ten years the cities have increased their population by morn than a million. Meanwhile the Rural decreased. This Industrial expansion has been greatest in northeastern Ohio. Counties alone Cuya Shorter work oat ends i 6emrrrny Berlin nov. 17.�?the eight hour work Day the socialists Revo Tut ions last practical fruit for labor virtually ended throughout the German state this afternoon. It was enacted into Law when the Assembly Reich Stag first met at Weimar to draw up a new Constitution and has been renewed annually map until today when the government failed to do so. Along the Border London. Nov., 17.�?britain�?Ts latest super Light Cruiser the fro obligingly bisher is nearly completed and it j population has steadily is expected will in the new year. She is regarded As a a stand by j Here five ship and will probably he used ,8ummtt, Stark Mahoning and a Cruiser Squadron flagship in the Trumbull show a net increase Mediterranean. More than 600,000 in Urban popu her displacement is 10.000 tons. Lation. In All Ohio now has 6 and her special armament includes cities with a population to too seven 7.5 and six 12-Pounder guns Over and 40 others with More so is expected to attain i knots than 6000 but less than 10,000. Not possibly recover. Will agree with Fragati if other allies split up. Ready to pick dictator to supervise finances Mexico City. Nov. a virtual dictatorships to be established Over Mexico s finances As a result the Treasury crisis it was Learned tonight. It was understood that a decision to Estat Ilish such a dictatorship was reached at a Cabinet meeting at Celina where president Obregon is recuperating from an illness. A me Miri have a enga Bement elsewhere a wedding causes strike Fairpoint. Ohio. Nov. 17�?because the Blacksmith went to his daughters wedding. Instead remaining at work sharpening their by. Miners at the crab Apple mins out strike. The men re few to enter the mine beaus the not in shape for work. F a a a a a a a a a today a Bright spot the abilities to entertain that have been credited to . Gallagher and . Sheen seem to be somewhat in danger according to Mansfield police. After John Gallagher and Casey Cassidy both Crestline a topped off at no. 3 station one night recently and offered to buy firemen a new get Hose the police Wagon a called Ami the two men registered at headquarter intoxication charge. In the cell Block they entertained with a series songs and peace came Only when they were separated and put in different cells. Thinks dry Law will finally be a Success Des Moi Neh la. Nov. 17.�?nation-wide support the prohibition Law will finally make it a Complete Success according to mrs. Ida b. Wise Hulth. Stat president the w. C. T. V., following her return from the National citizenship conference at Washington. The change in Public opinion from a lax View prohibition to strict adherence to the Law will com As the result the National conference mrs. Smith declared. London nov., 17.�?More than 600 persons have Bren killed in Tho past ten Days along orc bulgarian Jugoslav Frontier by Banda nor plans Sepiki Ruel by Jugoslav troops and Pollee according to a Kofta despatch printed by Tim Munday express. Tile serbians were said to be plundering and terrorising the District Tad Ouitaa and Islip along the Routier. Ibo More thousands gather to watch the marchers. Funeral Lewis Laylin in Norwalk monday Norwalk o., nov. 17.�?lewis c. Laylin former Secretary state and former assistant Secretary the Interior in the a do dilatation president Taft will be buried monday in Woodlawn cemetery Here. It waa announced today. Or. Inulin made his Home in Norwalk until his election As Secretary state. Mayor t. C. Laylin Norwalk is a brother. Akron . Nov. 17.�?headed by a band and a group National and state klan officials 25,000 klansmen. La regalia the order marched Here tonight from Fountain Park thru downtown streets the City and Back again. Police officials estimated that 100,000 persons assembled in town to witness and participate in the Parade which was followed by an elaborate display fireworks. Despite the crowds and the congested condition traffic in All downtown sections order prevailed and at la clock the crowds had dispersed not an Accident having occurred. Neither according to police sergeants had t Here been any cases disorderly conduct Bru Hhd it. Nov. 17.�?-Belgium i la prepared to support Franco it penalties sanctions upon Many the inter Alolod Coni ambassador fail to reach is unanimous decision monday it wan Learned from an Oemil boil source tonight. The Cabinet was summoned Iff meet monday afternoon with ism Albert presiding to corridor Miff decision which May to reached Toff to ambassador in parts monism morning. It la understood Belgium and Franco Are already under agreement a to the course to by pursued the British and italian members the Council Caum Dkl spilt. Named ambassador. Constantinople. Noy. 1. A Loco Bey. Former member the nationalist government today appointed turkish ambassador Tho United flutes. A Moline Berne. Nov. 17.�?it is reported the Swiss authorities Hay Dan. Covered a process for treating alcohol by which an automobile Superior to and much Changar gasoline has been obtained. A. He. A thaa vitality proved most amazing _ Pomeroy nov. 17.�?Tho mod West Virginia Gas tax Teal profession has made wide not yields million a year a 0f the remarkable record . Charleston w. ., nov. 17. Ezra Bush Syracuse who died West Virginia a new state tax at her Home november 3 from two cents each gallon gasoline sold to retailers will yield approximately $1,000,000 a year. According to estimates Grant p. Hall. State tax commissioner. Theta went into effect july 26 and figures have just been compiled the i returns for the drops Cal tutors. She had been tapped 49 Rimes. 30 times by . A. A. Mccullough Pomeroy and 19 times by drs. Harlingen Middleport. The first such operation was in june a it and the last time the 17th last month. Those trials was seeming _ meet . Lion and hts family. The picture was Aken in Africa by Hagenbeck during a recent j returns for the month aug Hurt from _ r Bunting expedition. The lion family i bound foe a drink Alc Yurt Lilg we. Loan disuse lease a a howling a yield at $103,449 for mud wan beyond quador Sundho Safe Hadj 4 mad the photo pole Tel month Boon la poor health for is years a tora its Sar i Ana Bien. Fash free to you the Best and latest map the United states it in just off the pres a it authoritative map the unit states printed in ave Colon measures la by 28 Inch enough to be Clear and enough to be convenient. It gives the imputation Tho totes the geographical division the distance Between the Large cities the composition Tho population the United 8tte, the time belts the population and rank the 200 largest it photographs the president Bis Cabinet and a map i ing ton. Ii. C. Here is Ait offering that is to valuable for be Hoot Home agribusiness Nee. It puts knowledge it the disposal every member the family. The map is offered to our read Ere entirely free. To secure a copy simply fill out and mall the Coupon below enclosing two cents in Stamps for return postage. Write your Nome and address clearly. Frederic j Hack in. Director the Athens messenger information Bureau. Washington d. C. I enclose herewith Stamps tor return free copy the map. Name two cents by postage a United stalag�?T4 a treat City

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