Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
25 Nov 1923

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25 Nov 1923

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - November 25, 1923, Athens, Ohio A pages to today a Lee amp Nelmi imc00citj>ec if the weather inn mid thai mar Hominy. Monday Nae used. Probably followed by local xviii no. 209. Athens Ohio sunday november 25,1923. Amp asks jliimv�rjfsxtzt22if� cents a copy rudder German ship bf1 in still heis i Rubi Wei Fis where body was found general political situation in bewildering state. Relief for the i Ruhr Cut off party leaders refuse to accept Choice East. By s. D. Weyer. It n. S. Staff correspondent Herlin. A nov. 24.�?herr von k Rudorff a a reformed prussian Inker Quot who had been assigned by i1 Redden Ebert to form a new gov. Rigi sent in succession to the stress. M inn Cabinet announced tonight to had failed. He accepted the chancellors hip Only condition. In was Able to form a satisfactory mins try. After announcing his acceptance to president Ebert von Kardorff recall conferring with party leaders and it was evident that he would not be Able to construct a my government. Keen opposition developed against him at once. Von Kardorff was a member the nationalist party. Now he belongs to the left Wing the Gorl an Peoples party and is almost a a Radical in the liberality his Polit Leal views. He is disliked by the nationalists who charge him with being a political Quot renegade lie is a bitter opponent general i Adendorff who was openly assail it i in Many Public speeches. Ger to newspapers in commenting upon the overthrow the Strese to in government by the reach a g Friday evening failed to express any Surprise. They regarded the Paramount question As a what to the next step be a it Onie newspaper lamented the Chancellor Stre Vernann and ipod him for going Down to def it. While fighting openly tor his political principles. Germany was still without a government tonight and the general political situation has become More confusing. Albert left out the failure president Ebert to ill Sognato Helmich Albert As a successor to Stre Vernann caused some Surprise. He had been conspicuously mentioned. However tis his name aroused violent opposition account the role he played in the great War. He was chief German propaganda agent in the United states during the Early years the War maintaining offices in new York City. The German government 111 a ase to give any financial support to the Ruhr beginning sunday. This fact coupled with the Independence agreements reached by a he Ruhr industrialists with the i Banco belgian occupational forces virtually detaches the Ruhr from league opposed to More wires leaders Congress wage Balsis not considered fought thru sense Loy Alty and not for pay. Rome first Rome township is recommended As in Homo site to ail to ors Persimmon. Then ments to in a tonic in the air that Din riot which inspires the lust oils fall fruit to prod Litou feats growth. Full proof the fact a ailed the curious Iii an exhibit at tin allies National rank s Apple Grain and \ orc talc show last in in. Tills Golden giant the Persimmon tribe a easily the equal in sice an adult Orange and reposed in solitary dignity to a display All its own. It was captured by a foraging party near Lite ullage g try hic. Is my mins its putt is Federal Uil g. 0. P. Solon to unite when first fight ends. Longworth has Call just now ohioan to be the Leader the lower House. A abandon ship a this shows the cellar at i Suffolk Street. New Lorn where body four year old Irving Pickelny. Kidnapped boy. Was found strangled to death. New York s East Side is aroused and to a Man sworn to apprehend the Slayer believed to be a m Anta. Washington. Nov. 24.�?president Coolidge Henry Cabot Lodge i senator from Massachusetts and Reed Smoot it senator from Utah have bean appealed to by the sex service men s anti Bonus league in behalf the Mellon tax plan which the league approves As a sound business proposition and also As a Means helping to crystallize j Public opinion and prevent Congress being stampeded for a Bonus for which most the Able bodied veterans they allege have not expressed a wish. To the Secretary the Treasury was sent the following Telegram we heartily approve you attitude upon tile proposed adjusted compensation measure which certain leaders the american leg Ion Are again seeking to impose i upon this country. Wear opposed w�4p f film la admits kill. A Quot i Quot i to any attempt to place our service wait 1 a a a div Lull Inlang and to the country in time its need upon the basis a contract. We resent the thought having the finest thing we have Ever done expectant Mother a rampage. According to husband. Stolen dresses for baby lost ing Young watchman. By a. O. Hayward to. N. 8. Staff correspondent Washington nov. 24.�? the urgent Appeal representative Nicholas Ohio Cand Date for the Republican leadership the House representatives for Harmony within Republican ranks in order that the party May taks advantage its slender majority retain legislative control began to have its effect tonight. Friends representative William j. Graham Illinois who is opposing for the leadership announced that they would Harbor no 111 feeling in the event the defeat their candidate and declared that Tho fight within the party would Ive ended in the Republican caucus next saturday eve a id not lie carried to by w. E. Peters a old Barley Corn a payable yearly from and after the first Day january 1824, was to have been paid by the commissioners Atli Able no lease either lot however was made till 1824, when desiring to sell lot no. 37. Called the a jail lot a Tho lease above referred to was executed. And that 1 e German state. Italian Leader Points out surest Way to pros a f purity. Rome nov. 24�?Premier Benito Mussolini Italy expressed scepticism this afternoon As to whether lilies would be Able to extract a Quot full amount reparations due from Germany. I am convinced that payment a rations belongs to Tho Domain mythology Premie ens county to the trustees the the rent exacted should be a a Nomen Ohio University As an annual rent a a a one Barley corny per annul Al for the lease Inlet no. 37. He i a required to be paid by the ing that lot now occupied by the i terms the lease which is now to Cline Peters Preston and crones to found recorded at Page 402 amp link buildings the West Side deed Book 104 in the off co the court Street Between the two a1 county recorder. No record Tho is Leys just South Tho court House found any lease Ever having in the City Athens. Been made for Inlet no. 36 now by special act the legislature leu pied by the court House and Jall in 1911, the trustees the Ohio the legislature in 1825. By an unto ersty wore a authorized and her special act authorized the reded to lease to the commission county commissioners to sell and ors Athens county inlets no. J convey lot no. 37. Based upon such 35 and 37 which the courthouse annual rent As a should he agreed and jail now a a a a a nominal rent for 99 years renew upon Between the commissioners continued Page six seeking action. New York. Nov. 23 a United Stites senator Royal r. Copeland new York announced this afternoon he intended leaving for Washington at once to Appeal to president Coolidge to take some action in the Case comptroller Charles 8. Craig w to has been sentenced to serve a sentence 60 Days in prison imposed upon him by Federal judge Julius m. Maher. Friends Craig have been rallying to his support since the United states supreme court recently upheld judge Mahers ruling. Single girls Start a drive for husbands Paris nov. 24�?thousands unmarried girls conducted a demonstration today the occasion the annual fete Saint Catherine Patron Saint spinsters. During the after noon the girls cleared the boulevards traffic starting to a a capture every Bachelor in sight. Probably Ever will do for the nation spoiled by being reduced to terms wages. The incidental reduction taxes upon All citizens appeals to us As sound business judgment and common sense but we Are chiefly concerned that we shall no longer be misrepresented to our fellow citizens As beggars for a Bonus. Not a majority we Dah every member Congress to know that the element that is so loudly a icing this demand does not represent a majority opinion sex service men. No poll has Ever been taken to determine this question but who believe a very Large proportion veterans Are opposed to a Federal Bonus for the Able bodied. We Welcome your advocacy tax reduction because it Bas helped mightily to crystallize Public opinion. Because the vast majority sex Selvlee men placed the welfare their country above All else during the War we arc convinced they now favor your tax reduction program even though it Means no adjusted compensation for the Able bodied. The National administrative Board the sex service menus i eague which authorized Ita executive director Send the Nir sages delayed its action Long enough to communicate with its representatives in All parts the United states and to ascertain the feeling War veterans regarding this important measure. Chicago. Nov. 24 a with pistols ready to execute a shoot to kill order every Man tile Chicago police department could spare tonight was Hunting a woman expecting soon to become a Mother. They were warned by her husband himself a killer to expect a gunfight whenever they tracked her Down. A a Kitty has hot a Gat with warned the husband. Otto Malin. A and she a desperate silo chamber com Mer Ca sees Hope in such moves. Hearings fail to solve needs when that cry is heard aboard the floor the House. While the fight Over the to pull can House leadership continued with Hunu ony in the offing leaders the adult Nola. Things move swiftly. Of the progressive group in the a recent fire Drill showed the life new Senate were holding their Arar boats san to completely filled with no Etling in anticipation the open ing Congress december 3. Senator Lafollette Wisconsin Tho recognized Fader the new progressive faction la ill at his Homo Here and was unable to attend the conference. Jisi a a milking tile progressives Drew up no1 definite Campaign program in in a half hour. Photo shows the boats about to a pull away from the ship during Ono the drills. Special Grano Sims rect Kun a Whix Medina . Nov. 24 a prose declared the fascist Tutor John wether conducting the relations with France never More strained says George. London not. 24.�?england�?Ts relations with France have never been worse former Premier David Lloyd George declared in a Campaign speech at Glasgow this afternoon. Quot a settlement Europe a troubles has been postponed Many the former Premier pledged the Liberal party to undertake every Effort to restore Normal peace in Europe if Given control the government. With the general election less than two weeks away the Campaign warming up All along the line. Lloyd George is proving the Central and most spectacular figure. All his old time vigor is in evidence. Had too Many wives even for these times Pittsburg a. Nov. 24. A Lloyd . Whose Home is said to be in Columbus Ohio was sentenced today to serve one and a half years in the Atlanta Federal prison for violation tile Mann act. According to the Mother Anna Luft 19, Laudenslager courted her daughter and they eloped to Harrisburg Yvere they wore married. Laudenslager has a wife and two children in Columbus. Second probe in Hocking county in past few weeks. They w Ere Hunting her because i their meeting but spent an hour Malin in confessing to having kill in talking Over the various ques cd Edward i he Man Young night hone which will come before the watchman during a burglary said new Congress. His wife has been with him. In i the Orth forces tonight her has been aroused All the fierce j claimed that the Ohio congressman Jungle Mother instinct that makes would Reo Elvo 197 out the ssi a Panther fight overwhelming Odds Republican votes in Tho House in for its Young because included Ini next saturday s caucus. Eighty the maims loot was $100 Worth votes were claimed by Graham Logan o., no. 24.�?for the baby clothes stolen to dress the in i but representative Homer Hoch Ron. This term it h i been rant the is awaiting. I Kansas. Issued a statement tonight m Quot according to the confession to in behalf Graham declining to lice attribute to maim the 19-year-1 give a roster the Graham sup old girl fired several shots herself. I porters. In Tho Salvo Flint kilted Lehman not worried. For that crime done. On the night november 4 another Man and another girl have been held in jail. They probably will be released at once police said. Maim was arrested two Days ago and while confessing to a series burglaries and Petty crimes in a quiet matter fact Way mentioned he had killed Lehman. Appears japs have faxed to Grant rights Washington nov. 24.�? Progress in the preparation plans for the around the world flight to to attempted next Spring by United states army aviators has been temporarily held up by the failure Tho Japen eee government to Grant official permission for passage Over Japan it was Learned Here today. All Tho other governments concerned have indicated their willingness to permit the american fliers to pass Over their respective countries. Found necessary to cull a grand jury to investigate a Case. A special jury has been drawn and will report at the courthouse tuesday morning it 9 clock to investigate the killing James Kelley in an Auto Accident last week by a machine which is alleged to have been driven by Harry Hufman. Those called to serve Tho jury Are Edward Waller. Paul Fox. Lawrence Mooney Alice Runnells Alice Raney Hamlet Mclain Dan Holiday c. L wonn Theresa thi Mary Gooding Mary Brandt Frank Harden w. J. Fraasch and Edward Beck. Engine men have become one great solid body. Rut i a while Italy a share is a a a t. We have not renounced it. Are under no illusions As to payments. Be dangerous and loin Muou t0 waste time in inter discussions. Italy has gone a Quot Ork. She is determined to Hor Elf financially and min moral y Quot Ith her own hands and her own peace at last. Buenos Aires Argentine. Nov 24.�?Brazil and uruguayan revolutionaries who have been at War mysterious along the Southern Frontier Brazil. Have signed a peace agreement according to information received Here this evening. Six Small kiddies in blazing Home escape to f fix . Nov. 24.�?the Ives six Small children were endangered today when fire Toke out in the basement t he Anthony Latona Home. The Quot re swept through an open stairway to the second floor where the Little ones were a one. One the children gave he alarm and All were Rex. 1 cd when the firemen arrived. Tim Phass a peril a in. Of. Nov. 24.�?the Large investigation into the disappearance Fred Thompson Sharon Center Fanner declared tonight he Yves convinced that members the Kun flux Kian were involved. Quot i have received no definite a electrocuted information this Quot he explained Toledo nor. 24.�? Eldred a but i am convinced that the klan Steiner 22. An electrician for the had something to do with the j Ohio Power company Here was Many a strange disappearance and j electrocuted this afternoon while know where he is fixing carbons in Street lamps. Talking belief plans for the miners Hockin h Valley during the coming months Winter a pin Quot Quot to the our re Flat Rock evangelical near Here. Lighting the Oil i their families Are already in need food and clothing. Relief will a have to be Given them during the cold Winter months and Only thru a Well perfected organization could such work be carried and successfully put into effect. There is said to be no possible Hope the mines resuming and Whilo Many miners have secured other employment Industrial Conia editions Are not such that Many coiled find work that would confederacy gathered and that thousands miners and provide for their Largo door in the capital Columbus o., nov. 24. A an organization to work out Relief plans for thousands miners in the Hocking Alley during the Winter months is being talked in Columbus and such an organization is perfected it will. According to present indications have Quot tvs ii a a we. A ib-41 r the. 1,f atoned by fire today Evhen plenty work to do. To Mil Atron mistook gasoline for1 statistics from the Hocking Val in a a values increased Bucyrus �?property the main Thorofare the City which sold for less than $250 in 1830, was. Acquired recently by the Bucyrus Cleveland nov., 24.-�?thebuilding and loan co. For a con brotherhood locomotive fire Sld cration approximately $21,-. _,., too. The property which was men in engl Nemen. A fraternal in Hou Fht for a a Man Cut Home for Durance and labor organization the loan company has a frontage will celebrate the 50th anniversary 0f 30 feet. Of its foundation in fifteen Large i Railroad terminals in the United j dates Are set states and Canada sunday de a Defiance. dates for Comber 2. Stato Ald Farmers institutes in de the brotherhood locomotive Fiance county have been set As Fol Bremen amp engl Nemen was formed own Hicksville. January 7-8 St. December i 1873. When eleven Michael a Ridge january 11-12 locomotive firemen in the employ Farmer Center january 21-22 4>f the Erie Railroad under the and Mark Center february 21-22. Leadership Joshua a. Leach met in port Jervis. N. Y., to decide Means for extending financial Aid i to the widow and fatherless children George Page a fellow fireman who had lost his life in an Accident. From this tiny beginning has developed the organization. Which has in its membership Rolls Cincinnati nov. 24.�?channer the names 118.000 men and has a a a Ono Cincinnati s in Force insurance totalling $l50.-,f Adank brokerage houses went to 000.000. The assets the Organ Wal it today. According to a state Iza Tion Are stated As $11.438,087.78.mpnt by George a. Sawyer a Mem Ber the firm the company failed car left the Road while driving a red Star a. _. _ bound for Glouster Friday evening i001 court by August Stenkamp. Stanley Bobo and his wife were fur a a tue Deais re who a by it j painfully injured when their ear,1 due him. Thomas h. Morrow left the Road near the True farm former United states District at above Chauncey at the Gorncy Wai a polite a Culvey trough. Mrs. Bobo was reported to j be the most seriously injured. The cause the spill is not know n but i it is said that the machine was be ing driven at High Speed. Will sell Road contract in Athens county soon a contract will he let december la by the department highways for Tho permanent improvement 2.554 Miles reinforced Concrete bituminous Macadam the Marietta Athens Rood i. C. H. No. 157. This improvement will extend from the end Tho Macadam Road at sugar Creek. The estimated Cost Cost in Concrete is nearly $89,000 la Macadam $80,000, brokers fail for Muon dollars War against liquor broadening scope Montgomery ala., Noy. 23. A Tho scope Alabama s War against violators prohibition Law was broadened Here today when Walter k. Mcadory chief state Law enforcement officer announced that in the future All liquor seized a his agents will be Analysed and and if it contains poisonous Tigre do ends the Holder will be prosecuted under the new Sloan act. Violations the net carries a penalty from five to fifty years in the Penitentiary Federal anti Trust lits now Stanci in the Way. By ii. K. Reynolds t. N. S. Staff correspondent Washington. Nor. 24.-�?oil the basis information that in administrations decision to a aim Don plans for the consolidation the railroads into a few great Bys terns is final and conclusive the United states chamber Coom Meres today served notice thai i Congress would be asked w such parts the Federal Antl Transf Laws which now make Large amalgamations capital illegal and Ali Jert to dissolution. Tho elimination the restraint imposed by the anti Trust Laws i regarded by the chamber rom4 Nurce Assn essential step in hiring the Way for voluntary railway consolidation authorization Tot which la expected to be provide in amendments to the Esch a attn mins transportation act. The hearings which the interstate Commerce commission by Law in conducting the past Alif months in an Effort to work out n consolidation plan has Only sorrow to indicate that any arbitrary plan bringing the lines together we meet with All kinds opposition not Only from the cart Refl than selves but from the column Lilc a Industrial interests Welcl would to affected. The commission in now Andes Vorng to bring these hearing to. 4 conclusion so that Oral argument May be submitted by the Railroad executives Early next year. After w hich a report will be submitted to Congress is required by Law. First to plan in the meantime however plans to expedite voluntary consolidation Are under Way and the Cham Ber Commerce is one the aral National organizations which hit come Forward with comprehensive suggestions for aiding both Tho Railroad and the government. A special committee appointed by Julius h. Barnes president the chamber Commerce to study the consolidation question in cow Necton with the general transportation problem pointed out that raft Road grouping began More than seventy years ago. But that it had been largely suspended in recent years a through the operation the anti Trust Laws and through Tho restricted returns to the second time Montreal nov. 23.�?for Tho second in two weeks the Bank no Ronalo St. Alberro was looted today by Bald its. They wakened Tho cashier a woman who Uvea Over the Bank and forced her to Tho Nafe. They took that the amount which is not fur $1,000,000. Reach Reship pro flu reeding were brought in common failed to revive from effects chloroform East Liverpool o., nov. 24.�?richard, the 13-Yeur-old son r. O. Stewart local jeweler died in . J. Bert Georges dental office Here to night after three Teeth had been extracted. The boy failed to regain consciousness after a physician had administered an Anaesthetic chloroform. Eggs blow Safe Bellaire �?yggs blew the Safe a local theater but fled to fore obtaining which a i the Strong Box. The charge nitroglycerine jammed Tho inner doors. Arrives afire. A new York. Nov. 24.�?th to Ion steamship. Bla Kenese arrived today with fire Board. Assistance had been sent in response her wireless. A a it a a a a a a kicked dog it in Range. Icy show that not More than adding cd a a for Ines to per cent the mines Are working them Woodrow Wilson appeared at window his borne when Mem i hers the United daughters the 1 before i i Robert culpa to Antes township was arraigned in the Coart Justice Hodges Friday evening a charge cruelty to animals filed by humane officer Roach. 1$ by alleged that culpa to became angered at a Rabbit dog belonging to him recently and kicked the and my. Breaking its leg. He pleaded guilty to the charge against him and was find $5 and costs which he a Akl. A 4 a six a a i bomb attacks upon consulates East has caused official America to guard to nones diplomats Washington. Nov. 24.�?secretary state Hughes tonight took official cognizance the bomb attacks made today upon the Spanish and italian consulates in Pitt a nor Ponchot j furnish him tacks would be made and its belief that no serious damage had been done to life and property. All foreign embassies and legation in Washington were under heavy guard tonight As a result Pennsylvania to the bomb outrages in Philadelphia Complete information extra precautions were taken by and Clpola. By calling upon Gover the Pollee to guard Tho Spanish and italian Emba sics Tho theory that the attacks the consulates the two explosions. Imedla Cly upon hearing the Philadelphia 4 bombings. Through press pcs a patches the state department sex these two governments might be pressed to the Spanish and italian followed by an attempt the veal a a a. Cab Homes its Mongoni that such at the ambassadors Here. A. Brick Homes Are economical in the past Many people would have preferred to by their Homes Cost much More t is really the Case. Tho truth is a Brick House is very economical and Coats no More than one less permanent construction the Upkeep costs for a few years Are Fig red in. This Bureau has for free distribution a Booklet giving exterior views end floor plans to Britt houses adaptable to any Section tile country. These Are plane actual Homes that have been lived in and found practical sub Stan Ual. And Beautiful. If you Are planning to build now at a future time you need this Book. It is free. Just write your name and address the coupon1 below and enclose two cents it Stamps for return postage. Frederic j. Baskin director the Athens messenger information Bureau Washington l. C. I enclose herewith two cents in Stamps for return postage 4 free copy the Brick Homes Booklet. Kame Street City stat

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