Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
14 Oct 1923

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14 Oct 1923

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - October 14, 1923, Athens, Ohio I a pages Zub today a c Nnami messenger the weather cloudiness and wan tonight. Saturday Ciao Der aril i Shower and Coiler la Ortli portion. Stat i tit Sta 07�?~i we in i my afternoon a capt saturday sir Hilly Mona edition vol. Xviii no. Inf Rod it Attim Porto Talca a kit tor act 1910 Athens Ohio. Sunday october 14.1923. Ii , i. It t we a. A. Umi is May you to Ain Tho. M.60 to Ako Pim font has. Mot oar Roo to. A a a a it single copy three cent something Nice in Lions today Chancellor is Given the Power held by the Kaiser. R All Calm upon the surface now people hopeful Relief under the new regime. By s. D. W Eye i. N. . Staff Cor resp n Lenl i Behlin oct. 13�?Chancellor Gustav Stroa Emann in Roupli a Tot the Reich Stag became dictator Germany today and immediate signed a decree repeal do the Coal j Tex. He announced that in government will reduce Tho Price Coal independently Tho so Callol German Coal Trust. To fh3 time being Germany is virtually an autocracy under a Rule rigid As that in the Days the Kaiser. The Reich Stago Toto was 916 for the dictatorship an y 21 against the nationalists and communists refused to vote. In the near time i news was received from Many quarters demonstrations against unemployment Ami rising Foo prices. the surface the country generally remains peaceful but it is Seething underneath Tho people Are enduring hardships in the evident Hope that the Chancellor with hts new dictatorial Powers will be Able to bring Relief. It is ant re to say that Germany is boiling Over with red Tiro. German officials claim that the Bro a As that have Tak a place during the past 24 hours were a a isolated and did not represent Tho temper the people a a whole. Quiet surface. The old administrative machine which was formerly a piece perfect mechanism is Filiti functioning but under a hoary Strain and May collapse at any time. Germany is a country paradoxes. Foreign visitors come Here expecting to Anri the tracts lined with machine guns in patrolled by troops but such tis not the Case. Crowds gather outside the food stores and Al times there Are fights but the polite arc efficient and soon restore order. Reports troubles have been exaggerated in Nome the dispatches sent to outside countries. Get record 1923 games to fix Many big leagues for the Winter. Melon cutting will be Juicy Richard manse humane officer Youngstown . Always was n Likely hand with animals nil his life. When he handles a Hon the site this one Mansel insists it is easy to win its con Midence by Quot ring the beast a Square Deal. Drunken dums i need sweaters these Gou Days Wooster. O., oct. 13.�?wanted sweaters for a gang to meaning but naughty ducks. Grapes were plentiful at the Home John Arnold near Here. Prohibition killed Tho Market for the crop. Arnold decided to pick the grapes and make a Little wine and Here is what happened. The grapes fermented and the juice was then squeezed out. The pulp was dumped in the Garden Duck family spied he fruit Early in the morning. In an hour the Duck were All their backs dead to All purposes. With the Quick economic Eye an american Householder mrs. Arnold sought to have a something from the Tho Duck were plucked to the skin a few hours later when they came out their stupor they had to be taken into the House in order to veep off the Chilly blasts which mrs. Arnold feared would kill them. Jeers respect secret notation Poncy caused swat heart to lose insurance runners up also to share heavily in the receipts. New York. Oct. Is the players the giants and Yankees will receive Tho largest Bonus Ever received by any worlds series player As the result the record receipts Tho first four games the present worlds series. Twenty six players each team will share in the Melon which amounts to $272,097.28. The total players share is $302,783, but 15 per cent the sum must go we players the cinc Nanti and Detroit teams runners up in both organizations. Another to per cent must go to Pittsburgh and Cleveland who finished third in both leagues. Tho members the winning team will receive co per cent the net total and the losers 4a per cent. If the shares Are divided equally. Each winning player will pocket $6,-278.04 and each loser $4.185.9t>. Here Are figures the official figures for Tho fourth game the series today was announced As follows paid attendance 40,302. Receipts $1 si.622. Advisory Board s share $2?,-243.30. Each club s share $30,87 5.74. Players share $92,672.22. The total attendance and receipt figure for the four games arc paid attendance 204.441. Receipts $723,104. Advisory Board $109,065.60. Each club s share $122,927.68. Players share $362,783.04. Ohio s a cold Star Mother would gladly make Ker sacrifice acas Cayton o., Ort. to terrible and while it returned to me Only one healthy son out four who went proudly away to Light for the hag i would gladly give them Over again the enemy threatened our grand United states Quot mrs. Martha Abels Akron who was named by governor to Rahejr As the a old Star Mother to represent Ohio at the National meeting in Kansas try Saki today. Quot there is nothing in All the world to Lake the place my boys in my heart Quot she Saki Quot hut i can recall Well the Day when they Man lied proudly away. All them were men boys when they went the oldest being la and Lite youngest it. Cecil the first to go was the first Ohio boy to ilk in the War. Quot Charles my baby who is now in Arizona suffering from a severe illness due to Gas Lull in act Ion told me that Cecil passed him the Way to Tho front lines and said a remember Chick i m my Way to the front but anything happens i Hare taken care Mother Quot his body was found the nest morning Charles Saki he looked All the Airt a Man As he Lay in his blood a victim Tho enemy s tire. Quot Grover was gassed the Day before the armistice was signed and died in Camp Gordon. Aug. La Iii two my boys Are gone forever another must go soon. All i have left is Evert hut even so i shall never regret that my boys Dkl their duty when the to in try that protected them called for their Sera Ahee that Hustead Law is it a Success a a a a a a a a a a today Dright hot when Rev. W. A. Rex. Hie Defiance presbyterian Church appeared in Ilia pulpit the Highland Chapel Church he noticed the front pews piled High with provision All kinds from the cellar mid pantries the parts Liers. Presuming they were Hup the Hospital the minister expressed tin gratitude lie Hospital trustees for the gifts hut in the midst ids speech was interrupted from the congregation with a Law. They ainu to for the Hospital they re for leaders discuss Means to combat Public sentiment declares that America finally will become an Active member great world league nations three Mem came to Call via air plane fight against alcohol must be continued with vigor Coolidge with enforce in carrying out program. By h. K. Huy nouns i. X. S. Staff correspondent Washington. Get. the leading prohibitionists in a s country gathered Here in a National conference to discuss Tho stalls prohibition enforcement and the get ready to withstand any attempt to nullify Tho dry Laws agreed i Day that the volstead act neither dried up Tho United states solved the american liquor Prate i rim and that Tho Light against an Cohol would have to to Continua with Tho Maine vigor As in the a certain Athens county girl is lady confidently entrusted to repro Tho victim a practical joke Inja entitle Israel Foster the Tusk which death enjoyed than uni for Hep laugh when to took the matter up with the Bureau he found that the sol the girl was the sweetheart a flier has caused a secret notation to Soldier from this District in the he made that in rank his death War. Be fora going to France the Chi brother should be his Benr Soldier gave the certificate for his notary. $10,000 insurance policy to his Best the brother is now drawing the girl to keep for him. Rhe did so and insurance and the sweetheart is thought nothing the fact that holding the sack. The Soldier it nothing was said in the certificate seems was simply Jol lying his girl. A to whom the insurance was to the thought death playing the Story Opie woman charges husband with murder two tourists. Ohio educator just Home from Europe believes this country will see Merit much mooted Issue instead politics. By w. To Updegraff a she professor Spencer i. N. R. Staff correspondent i declared. Columbus Oct. 13.�?the Quot America believe in la Pron in United states will eventually be halos the league. She has shown come a member the league lint in Hor co Erntson in la a nations. The facial influence ministration International Busl among it Allan acne Ricnins i Nell Jne. In noting a arbitrator in Dis Gable and is not now and probably1 Luton Between nations in joining n Iver will be a Factor in american1 with other countries to put Down politics. Amel lean institutions ens a the drug traffic and in numerous the initial flight in Nerilla pus longer Bervie Between the two College towns Granville and Athens was optimistic reports the pro roes enforcement were Laid be fora the conference by Roy a. Haines the Federal prohibition commissioner but he declared Tho. The country would not be comp completed Here about 10 3 1 clock d by Publ a saturday morning when Jack Smith is in some states was lined up to Ope Pettlon to the program Tho Tov eminent. Condemnation widespread lotions the volstead act and peals to the patriotism Ute pie to recognize beverage it Uttof illicit entered the address. Commissioner Haines Bishop m is Hulshizer to a a Ohomer at y Mcdowell the met Olson University and miss Gleken in aviator Spokane wash., brought his sister in Law miss Billie hut a hirer and miss Mabel Teken. To Athens from Granville in hit hispano Standard air plane. The party left Granville St 9 clock and the flight to Athens took but an hour and 30 minutes. Denison was a student at Ohio University last year. They came to Athens to a Pend the week end at the Home and mrs. W. E. Clark 67 East Toms and methods government other International problems. "as1 mum Rry a a feet. They expect to a brought Back by returned Mel soon americans in get Over the Grants a doing a wonderful work false idea that joining the league in Clearing the Politico intrigues would he a Victory for the demo the countries Eastern Europe. Critic party she will a ready for these Are a few the observations the league a professor Spencer said. Episcopal Church Justice Flora k. Allen the supremo court Ohio Wayne u. Wheeler anti Saloon league and others in addressing the conf this morning prohibition col a loner Haines stated thai professor Herbert r. Spencer head the political science department. Ohio state University expressed Here tonight. He has just returned from an european trip. P the Corfu Leisure end its subs quent settlement has really strength coed Faith in the league. In spit the common opinion that Tho interference was a failure to declared. Be paid. The Soldier unexpectedly j joker never died while overseas and the Young Mons. Entered his Calculi bandits reported taken by posses san Francisco cal., oct. 13. A Southern Pacific officials awaited confirmation reports reaching their Headquarters that the bandits who killed four trainmen thursday in holding up and dynamite no the reds destroy great fort in Warsaw City Bozeman mont., oct. 13.�? with the largest venire Ever called for a jury panel in Gallatin county hand Tho trial 8eth Orrin Danner charged with murder will Start Here monday Danner is charged with the Mur Der John and Florence Sprouse i november 14, 1920. J Canton. O., Ort. it is expected that Iva Danner John bunt 10i was fatally Hurt and was in Corfu St the time its the fascist event is purely a Leisure by Italy. J european phenomenon. Quot Mussolini Quot when the political passions is making an Effort to build up ital 192 1 Are finally dispelled and the1 Ion loyalty in America hut a Rea american people get rid the Lozea and appreciates the value nonsensical notion that Tho league America s Friendship too Well to notions is a superstate a gov a jeopardise it try any untoward aet eminent the world this nation expression Quot professor Spencer will become a member Tho league said. Leave Athens for Granville with pm _ _ lot Smith late sunday afternoon a a a Sitf we jute m Detent that miss Lull Shlyer ran he at Home to attend an Early class at dented monday morning. Nutting expedition will Eno in death divorced wife the defendant will j be the states chief witness. Afternoon near her Home at a fewer Colts pasture to take up the traces now Bozeman authorities were Start-1 Varro when she fell 30 feet from led last Spring when mrs. Darner j a Railroad trestle while a Cheetie alleged to have confessed to nut Hunting expedition. The child Warsaw. Oct. county attorney e. A. Peterson was crossing the Structure Ano Portland san Francisco express Ai Cut get persons were killed and 2.ivoo j that her husband murdered . Stepped a Board one end injured when the fourth fort the an try pro sufi it orly three years which was presumably Loose and appears that the horses doing ago and burled their bodies in a it tipped precipitating her to the the work Ohio farm nowadays Warsaw Citadel blew up. Tho sex 8hauow Ravo in Central 30 feet below. She was Losion a ascribed to communists i about a Hundred feet off the yellow rushed to the Massillon Hospital according to a report in circulation Astone Trail. I where examination disrobed she this evening. The hospitals Are investigation by authorities Dis had a broken Back crammed with victims. Many closed the two decomposed . A a Tunnel no. 13, just Over the Ore gon line had been captured in the Coos Bay Region. Oregon. Tried a new one Chillicothe oct. 13.�?albert Hanson Franklin station pet farm proprietor tried his hand at a new one prohibition agents declare. Three Federal men caught him. They say in the act brewing Racoon Shine. U. S. Commissioner l. S. Evans fined him $400 a Possession charge and bound him Over to the grand jury a charge illegal manufacture. A Che Esau Queen Hong a were cart a a i my , ,r . Lack skilled help ataur he fwd log Wrai Viii Iii Ana aaa in i a it Ftp. Is by it pal. Vistula River. The fort was used a Banner s alleged confession said an ammunition store House. Judge Florence Allen Calls upon people to awaken. Washington oct Florence Allen Ohio addressing the dry enforcement conference this afternoon the Legal phases the enforcement problem declared that there is a widespread Lack respect not Only for the prohibition act but for All Laws rho blamed this condition two things first the determination Many citizens not to obey Laws which they do not like and second. technical and inefficient court procedure. Quot nothing is More evident than that the Law must be enforced Quot Justice Allen said. Quot it must be enforced whether not the Law is in itself Good evil. A Good Law must be enforced in order that its moral purpose May be execute d. A Bod Law must be enforced in order that its defects May become apparent and it can be to combat kids Defiance. Oct. 13.�?to combat Tho destructive practices youngsters halloween Tho de service and rec a Anocia Tion plans a citywide ration which will be featured torchlight Parade band con open air dancing in the Street speeches. I la sunday toll one Man killed and eight Hurt in motor mishaps East Liverpool o., oct. 13. A one Man was killed and eight injured in automobile accidents curing near Here this afternoon Ana tonight Harry Murray Akron. Was killed and f. D. Coleman also Akron injured when a car driven by Murray. Overturned tonight a curve Between Salem and Lisbon. The steering wheel to is believed had too much play the car hitting a Bank at the Roadside. Jesse Fulton and six other men All Warren were Hurt when n car driven by Fulton overturned the new Lincoln Highway Between Here and Lisbon late this afternoon. Fulton was treated at a local Hospital and that in discharged. All occupants the car were shaken up and Cut by Glass. Fulton was trying to pass another machine which held the Center Tho Road forcing Fulton s car off the Highway. That the Danners and the Sprouse couple had left North Dakota to closes Alabama mines Birmingham ala., oct. 12. De Montana according to the Alleg How about Athens Are older than the average years past and that there Are fewer Colts coming along in the pasture to take up the traces w Hen old Dobbin becomes too old to labor. Farm Manege nent men St Ohio state University base this state ment the books 124 farms in various sections Ohio farms where the owners have with the help county agricultural agents kept precise records their businesses for the past three years cure competent skilled labor. More. The company went into Bank 24 farm in Green and Medina Rupley several months ago and has counties for example there were since operated under a trusteeship in 1920 a total 138 horses. using a Large number convict Day there Are but 124. The aver aether for a Cross country Auto the Aidrich Alabama bituminous automobile trip. When they reach mines the Montevallo mining Tahr hooded men from three states meet near Steubenville. So that the dry Law should boy a forced to the letter As was the my president Harding. Quot there ars Only two Sternal Haines said Quot inv ived Flthe Cesa Ful consummation this East Liverpool o., oct. I. A approximately 20, a flux Klansman Ohio. West Virginia and Pennsylvania held Snall Day j stand militantly an the Quot Kon Klave Quot a Large farm abut american Ting Tho Lincoln Highway about a mils from her. All Day the hooded knights guarded Tho farm from outsiders. After parading the downtown Tim element always is considered. We Ara lag with a new undertaking. Cannot to comp with n Short term year in will to progressively successful Tbs years go by. All this course is contingent an the condition namely a aroused. gentle sustaining co ordinate patriotic citizenship Quot i Call upon All regardless a let local creeds religious belief off americana to stand the Olds Law enforcement do rally to a. Defense the Constitution and to a a Ai -4 a it declaring that the country could not exist Quot half drunk and i sober Quot Bishop Mcdowell insisted that nil candidates tor pub to office should a compelled to cd confession the spouses were company arc to be closed Down in killed. Robbed and their bodies definitely because inability to be burled. Sections Here at 7 30 tonight the their attitude toward the enforce klansmen drove Back to Thoft pm n>�6t the p Roh Bitton Law. I. Where an open air lecture was gov the announcement to make then to the Public. Then followed country dry was made by Waynor. Initiation ceremonies. The an Wheeler the league s chief courant nou Cement was Junde that. About 2,000 persons would to initiated. No disorders were reported. The participating klansmen included residents Columbiana Mahoning. Carroll Stark and Jefferson counties and towns in West Virginia and Pennsylvania. All available Deputy sheriffs Warr duty throughout the Day. Aiding in directing traffic. Numerous accidents mostly collisions occur mrs. Stokes to testify red As results the traffic Jam meet at last Lima oct. 13.�?two Sisters who have been separated for 27 years. Met Here. They arc mrs. John Brown Lima. And mrs. A. B. Car Penter South Boston. A. The Elyria. Oct. A a waste paper boxes placed about the i miners leaded from Tho state. The i age no horses working these a Partlon he been voluntary Cir business District Are mistaken for inferior convict labor was unable1 farms in 1920 was nine years to cum no Kcf 5 having prevented mall boxes. Police Are sorting Over j to operate the modern machinery1 Day. The average ago is la years run sooner each Box being emptied and find used in the mines according to the in 1920, almost an even four fifths the Many letters. Up to within 15 years ago sugar beet was scarcely land. Trustee. British museum Reading known in eng contains 8.000,000 books Miles shelves. A and doing nicely thank you a a miss Marion Burg Monticello wts., and a Junior at the University Wisconsin was chosen reigning cheese Beauty at the Wisconsin cheese Day Celebration. She never son. Uses Rouge cos metals and Cain by her Pulcher etude she says by eating plenty cheese and drinking Buttermilk. Try ii. Funeral sunday Coolville. Oct. 13.�?funeral services for Tho late William w. Starkey 72, who died Friday morning at his Home Here will he held sunday afternoon at 2 clock St the congregational Church. Burial in the Fairview cemetery. . Starkey leaves a wife and three children two daughters and one Frenchman has made a Strong Lens consisting a Glass allow with a Clear fluid. Tho horses were under 16 years old today Only three quarters room the horses Aret at Young. 35 besides there were Between the pasture fences the 24 farms in 1920 a total 14 Colts and today there Are Only six. Similarly a group co Northwestern Ohio farms showed 42 Colts in 191$ and 14 today while 50 other farms in the Northwest the state had 60 Colts in 1918. And now have Only it. F. L. Morrison the specialist compiling the information remarks that High priced feeds and a poor Market for Colts probably account 1 for the situation and believes thai Quot there will be a demand for Young horses within the next few prophesied Lite Honing stroke comes to pass hero a careless Auto St got fido into All this trouble As shown in the pie lure. With Bock broken hips dislocated and otherwise torn an i mangled j. W. Dibert his owner at brat was advised to shoot him. Instead a veterinary surgeon was called Sud encasing the helpless dog in Plas Superior. La. Oct. neighbors used to merely Grin when they heard Joseph Marshall a Farmer living near maunders wm., predict that some Day lightning would strike him. Now they Are taking his abilities As a forecaster More seriously. Marshall was seated the pore his Home in a thundershowers. When a Bolt enveloped him to Muling Anderson is Only 13, but flumes. He was painfully burned j he a every Inch a hero and credited had his right leg was shattered. I with saving 38 lives. Heedless physicians attending him said. He Hod even Chance for recovery. Request her hut band Booneville mo., oct. La mrs. Helen Elwood Stokes called to the witness stand by Reorg d. Brownfield for w. E. D. Stokes at the a Day sensational testimony a Yarding the methods tor How York millionaire husband by garnering a a evidence Quot for i divorces suit. The new York supreme court designated u. S. Commissioner Williams to take depositions. Quot i want it said Ian Dors Shapiro her attorney Quot the mra Stokes is being called As a witness for . Stokes and not tor the defense. I want you to ask Ber any questions you want husband liked to put Root uwhs1 Chillicothe. Oct. Vlf 1 Ryan. Mother three children is questing a divorce the group Al Gross neglect duty told p. J. Bloated that her h j Saith dinner bucket in hand Start out to work land in a pod room play Pool All morning eat a lunch at the Pool table and Cote i to Lune to play All Day Arr Vlag Hora just in the Nick time for t per. Mcyr Ryan the Hub am j mra Ryan says is out in the Wori a probably playing Pool. Profits Are Laros it re to a a. A russian peasant has jute present hell i Ter rate and a punts the vet soon had fido to a print recovery cd Lenin within switch Modo entire where to aaa now do everything bal abase note and write me Luna tip a wed. Oao ept for to Elyria. Oct. 13.�?after a profit $5,350 in three the county court authorized Tho Hie own Dunger when names in Zzz a additional Velo cd the augustan Home in requested by county Minneapolis he dashed through the Webber and granted by is burning building spreading alarm j judge a. R. Webber for and carrying Many the cold in enforcing flip Fly intr teas a Mien to a shot Lite. I i a i tens

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