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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - October 29, 1922, Athens, Ohio A pages �0 to Day the weather Fate sunday. Monday increasing Chou me Robab y a How re by monday night. Vol. . 287.Athens. Ohio sunday october 29. 1922. Five Ems a Opy revolt spreads in Northern Italy american a european policy unchanged by Harding wet and dry pleas set Forth big Issue Wheeler and Durand fire hot shots into each other anti Saloon is Given rap too legalizing heavier Beer will come up 9 in november mine seizure in Ohio May come if Supply is not sold Here High school attendance outgrowing population United Stutes by William j. Huske Cleveland Oft. i. N. S. Staff correspondent j0. Ohio it Oai mines by the Middle lev Eland oct., 28. Advocat the week. Unless the Fedora Odas a Lesto edtion to sanity in a fun q administration is Able to As nation whose ancient ideals have sure the citizens the state an become unsettled and assailed a ample Supply Ohio mined Coal a measure which a in effect turns is a Ediete to penniless the every Home into a Bootlegger s by state fuel a a Initiator Clarence j. Neal Here tonight following receipt a Tele joint a the Beer amendment to the Gram from c. E. Spens Federal fuel Constitution was lauded and decried in a joint debate before the City club Here today. Wayne in Wheeler called the Napo Leon it the eighteenth Amend meat was the speak for tin. Quot Drys while the cause cd those seeking to change the state s organic Law by legalizing Beer 2.75 per cent by weight was advanced by c. Hornet Durand wet candidate for the Republican nomination for governor last August. A i had rather see the nation drunk and free than sober and in chains a said Durand advocating the adoption the amendment at the fall election. He said that the Issue presented in the amendment overshadowed All other issues in this Campaign and that four fifths the people cd Ohio believe the Law to be irksome Quot la majorities Are always tight then might is right a he declared Iii arguing that not even a majority have the right to take from the Pei pie rights guaranteed under the. Director that the government had no Power to require Coal mined in the state to be sold at prices set by the state. A we will see . Opens can do a said Neal a but unless we have a Promise definite Relief we will go ahead under the tile act passed a a special session the legislature provides for seizure and operation the mines when deemed necessary to assure an adequate Supply fuel. Paces the Bir Arp arraigned Iii Meigs a Flinty court saturday morning old Coiffe is Ith out funds run omuersa0rp a Llu dire Miller names a Coll Muus oct. 28. A that sufficient. Coal should be diverted to meet pressing needs Ohio con i stingers Belove fuel is shipped out the state is the word received to Day by Ohio Coal operators from Federal fuel distributor spent Washington ill this notified lion went Forth to Buckeye state operators after distributor Spens ,.,has been informed by state fuel spies Giau Al a administrator Neal that the stare in court saturday morning would seize Ohio Coal mines unless George Kiaus jr., was the fit it Federal authorities prevented Ohio arraigned. Lie pleaded not guilty judge Miller names Orneys hot ill defend them by Oliver Hartley messenger staff correspond Cut Pomeroy o., oct. 2s. A Nam Bor prisoners indicted by the Bill rights both Federal and i a a k. Quot a land the Bond was fixed at $5,oot ,. A to. From being shipped to other states Tate con., Iii.,�?z.,s j he anti Ca prices higher than those set by f. W. Crow remains As his Atter Loon league proceeds the theory v.,. To that Liberty is a gut. Of government he p a a Fuei at Ion Ney. To to changed by every passing a Etc add cd in a i Eore Kratly sr., entered the whim popular i i Miu c Cha court room neatly dressed and a Wheeler replies pea red in fit physical condition. He prohibition is now Only a ques n ,10aaa Quot rom an Acup was followed by mrs Kraus the 1 Coal Short Railroad equipment anus Nash Niff Reeves. She a is not mat improved soon is san a House dress. And won the declaration Lade Here today by in the 1 Cap she looked very wan be Hall president Quot a t United mine workers a ques Ion Law and order and Law in . Wheeler asserted a dlr is in the Constitution and it is j there to Sta a the Ohio president and desires cd. He said that the Only question in it n ii at this Point actor nov f. Ai it. A Usu Moi Uuie out sin Iii flail has just completed a personal writing a Federal state code for the enforcement the eighteenth investigation conditions in the Ohio mining regions he said i Ila i Crow asked to make a statement. He said that he had represented the defendants from the beginning amendment was in writing one poor transportation facilities Are re a tvs �?~?fyc7umy no it min n a Tii Iii that was enforceable and that Hie -. .--.ii. A. and has received no compensation. Spon sible for the fact that Ohio experience All the states had runners Are working Only about one shown that the alcoholic Content third the time. Due to a Scarcity Legal beverages must be made so cars it president Hall said Many Low that this result was certain. Miners Are Laid off about three the proposed amendment a . Hours after starting to work. Wheeler said a is a carefully Devis re scheme to protect rum tunning transportation and Possession illicit liquor in the in order to enforce the amendment a he continued a it would be necessary to place a skilled Che Mist at every bar to pass upon do alcoholic Content All beverages passing Over the w Idow conies out with her is Nee they Are now in bankruptcy they can pay no fees. He asked i that he might withdraw from the lease and that the court appoint someone to represent them in the i coming trial. J thereupon the court appointed a d. Russell to defend mrs. Kraus . Russell stated that he repro Tsents several creditors and wish led to publicly so state before he 1 round accept the appointment. The court expressed tile View that there Vas no conflict and insisted that he act As he stood in order the list the bar. Previous to this mrs. Kraus stated to the court that she has no Money and no Means raising Money to employ an attorney. She started out in Strong voice but soon quavered and fire roman Lac proposed changes have speech failed her. I us Luisa tvs,>_nhlipal.e pleads not guilty new Brunswick no a. Oct. 28.�? breaking the silence that has oppressed her soul mrs. Francis ii a i widow Rev. Or Edward w. Hall whose murdered body was food producers much interested a plea not guilty was entered for her by attorney Russell. Her a a a a Bond was also fixed at 15,0 10. Columbus o., oct. 28.�?�?ono George Kraus sr., also averted subject in recent years has Arous that he had no Means to hire an de the amount discussion and attorney and d. Curtis Reed War found alongside that the Beauty thought among the Farmers the appointed by the court. Or. Reed fill choir Singer. Mrs. James Mills. I state As the proposed tax and debt also made a statement similar to tonight proclaimed her innocence amendments to the state cons Titu . Russell s about representing i t the world. She repudiated a a hive called Forth a declared creditors but. Was a1 a ked by insinuations Ilia had been levelled Murray d. Lincoln executive score the court to serve nevertheless. A at her and sought to purge her tary the Ohio farm Bureau fed plea not guilty was then entered Good name All insinuations. Z oration Here tonight. Aud Bond was fixed a 15000. No Secretary Lincoln called Etten Effort was made in either Rase to asks him to explain Tion to a pamphlet sent by the fed give Bond and All three were re ration to Farmers Ohio during turned to jail. Ada. Oct., 28.�?speaking in the the past few Days. This circular his Senate Vollea Aims to explain the tax proposals cafeteria dinner Atlee Pomerene Jand give reasons Why farm Organ Jchristian Church october 31, 5 to his opponent con Izat ions Are urging their adoption. Quot p i Good eats. Given by lad. Fess to sex the pamphlet gives figures to show Dies Aid. 10-29-2. Fasci Siti have control some parts the nation real situation is obscured sex soldiers hold balance Power thru a com Promise by David m. Church London oct. 28.�?a revolutionary movement to widespread scale but not yet approaching the proportions civil War has been launched in Northern Italy by the extreme nationalist organi a Tion taoist and reports tonight from italian sources Ltd i Clienter that the situation it very serious. For 24 hours Well armed Well drilled members Bis powerful Natl ii s i.-1 Ion have r. Concentrating it Pina. Leghorn. Florence Sienna Pistoia and else where. I Rome reported that an army front 3,000 to i onto Dir Cist won Al thing upon that City but later la Vicea indicated that the Advance Iliad halted. I the Vebi situation in Italy was Scure tonight and Only meager re i torts were received from Rome Ami Milan the two Foremost news soul ices. There were indications Tho the italian government has Stab i halted a Canso Slop. Wires Are Cut in addition to censorship Telephone wire it leading northward from Ron to the italian Frontier. Had been Cut in the areas where there was fighting. Belief was prevalent in italian quarters Here that Deputy Benito Mussolini Chiel Leader the a Kristi and parliamentary spokes Man for the occupation in the ital inn parliament had Agre d to Call off the Advance upon Rome con Ilion that the next. Government succeeding the re dined fact min Dairy will contain several member. Of the fascist in important pot a folios. King Victor Emanuel who has returned to Rome Las inter coned personally in the new sea political troubles and is working desperately to maintain peace ii r believed that to was Respo Naibi Quot for the abrogation the Procla mat iou martial Law. Advices from the italian Frontier said that the italian King was to have conferences with both by a Miler Giolitti Deputy Mussolini a in an attempt to arrange a Compro Mise. A government proclamation is a sued at Rome promises the poop it full Protection. King in Pickle j King Victor Emanuel has been i caught Between the Devil and the i deep Blue sea by this latest crisis in turbulent italian politics. When j his Power was menaced by the com i my nests and socialists a number italian army officers in a spirit patriotism formed the Quot j nationalist organization known fascists. Its membership has gun. I to More than three quarters million. Most them Are sex Liers. All Are Well aimed and a drilled. Now that they have quell communism they Are threaten a to seize the government. The. I threaten civil War Inlet their cd mands Are no t. Pictured above is an architect s drawing the proposed new Athens High school budding for when a i in re i ue will he asked the vote s the St at the re go Lur november election. It is prop i. 1 z building shall stand the Centra school Campus and that it will be Large enough to care for the needs the Athens educational system ten years hence and Mote. In tic cd in a e 11 y ii it oomph t lilies it plop wide ool in hit if arc no cd Mio Nev a m ii a a r election Nurt Milius ii tin child in the to Tho stub Merit in in by sue Init in rec it a Auh Albe Ana ancient c. L smile saturday it Chil Ai and the lad during hic last 2 years tin an in obtained by tilt Chol population Athens Bas in a re Athel Indol ing the a it a cd Jou percent which i More a i Bomi i .i1 ?2.h no Ham double Tho per Cut it i cow i ii will la uni turd to hum idol Tho City s population in the in. Will Only observe w hat happens at the Lausanne meeting near East w ill la we the All America asked to take Active fart in the discussions by George in Holmes Washington oct. 28.�? America is Joiner to the Lausanne peace conference in exactly the same manner she has gone to other european conferences Vilice Woodrow Wilson ran Quot Hon from versatile to observe listen de fend american interests if they Are threatened hut oth.,.serwise to remain strictly aloof 10 m is Tho Hunt a non cd no Litus it it.,. Iii i Duel a. In in nil i Vouk the 1 a it it a a the political bickering i nil ii qui a i a it Nisan e Bai grown and diplomatic trading that dem i Hrc a a it nun Tim it Faut As exp Criece has shown usually 11 Pup i 11 iou and i he indication characterized such gather in that the i a pro Puri iou Iii growth Vav i i in Emil Gimli it will oven be 11 a to Corno greater. Us plan behind Tho proposed Bond sue la to build a new Boh lot High achoo building at Bio coat �?�220,000 with $40,000 provided for i i equipment and the payment Lim architect. The loud Ison will Mao Lur Nimi Hie funds to erect a i new Grade school building la a i Side at an estimated Cost f 20,00 a to. Of i i. Plan is made to i Bio to Tim appt Oval Chin ii Lohri Illy ascertained at the slate department tonight Fob lowing a visit paid Secretary slate Hughe by the diplomatic in a Clit a i i re Groat Britain France Aud Italy in which they pre tinted a joint note inviting Ilia i listed Staten to take Quot an act a Ait in tin negotiation to re Blore peace Iii the near fast. The meeting it Lim san Rte november id will be tin greatest International conference assembled mrs. Jane Gibson sits alone in ramshackle new Jersey dome in tremble Over receipt unsigned death missive la n. New Willene Taylor s staff correspondent Brunswick n. A oct. 28. With a Tinea. Of death Hung Jug Over her head the Iron courage Jane Gib. On Pleym Casque a Eye wit be la Hall Mur incur Dent Baa been shaken and tonight finds her cowering Iii Lier ram shackle farmhouse near this town fearful that my consequences Lier Dele mutation to a a. Peak out the whole truth will be her own undoing. A death note was received by mrs. Gibson last night. It bore no signature hut read a there is till Bullet left and it can be used to Good and Gibson has dictated her table in Lier boils 11 Hose dispatches created a great sensation i published exactly what rile told no and this morning she telephoned me to come quickly to ii r pig farm As a soul Bing import ant has happened a i took a taxi to the Hamilton Road a pig gory Quot and arriving found my Way blocked by a state trooper when i exhibited my credentials How Ever he said that Gibson had Given word that she would see no one but me and i passed in anti found the Central figure in the a Mons mystery lilting in a broken rocking chair in to. Bedroom int map piled wit letters i him was trembling. Til shutters the guide farmhouse had been closed. The dogs were Barking out Side straining at their chains. It Here to Glose 1,1 i was Creepy Friday and table i n her House Friday and a i 1 s ills publication exclusively in Britain a Beauty there Are Only 20 stars known to be within 100,000,000,000 Miles the Earth. Former Home gue senator night asked Gressman Simeon Plain Why the great Republican j How the debt the taxing districts newspapers Hie United states los being piled up in Ohio and had denounced the Fordney my states that by the end the pre Cumber Tariff. Sent fiscal year the yearly interest i will be More than All the taxes elks halloween paid in Ohio in 1830. The debt masked dance amendments according to the Cular will Stop this piling up elks club rooms. Cline building debt and resulting interest which monday evening october 30 eight must be met by the taxpayers clock till Midnight $1.00 per Cou pie elks Only and lady no extra ladies. No unmasked couple will be allowed the floor until to clock. Tickets May be had from any tile undersigned committee has. Demolet. Chairman Jess l. Maxwell. E. O. Huggins Alex m. Moore Sec Accident to Driver car proves fatal a a halloween dance a i aim Horn s Pavilion Glouster tuesday oct. 31st. The plans and decorating not a being completed for the largest dance in the history Athens co 10-29-2 Columbus. Ort. 28.�? w. F Knight 1174 Wager Street was fatally Hurt and his wife badly injured tonight when the automobile in which they we re Riding collided with a Street rat at Livingston ave Rue and sixth Street. The automobile which was completely w rocked w As carried some distance by the Street car. Knight who was thrown out. Died in an ambulance while taken to a ho8 a a total a a Ltd a a a a sure Cut off All the Money for the schools vie Donahey democratic candidate for governor Ohio is quoted in the Cleve land Plain dealer saturday morning As having said at Dayton Friday night a i want to answer every question that is asked to in this Campaign. Colonel Thompson my opponent has asked but two. He asked first what i would do to lower Tho state direct tax rate. Quot poll Tell you As i said in re ply Wal Cut lie educational Levy and the welfare Levy tight Oft the books which will mean a saving millions that you will then no longer Athens county Republican committee a a a a a a a a a a a Joe Gage wins out in his suit against an Athens Man a Joe Gage was Given a judgement for $500 with interest by a jury in the Athens county common pleas court against Frank r. Gross it a Athens As his compensation for cleaning an Oil Well belonging to i Gross near the White Hall school Bouse. A proposition made by the defendant in open court before the hearing the Case whereby he was to give gag $350 and accrued court costs in its settlement was rejected by the plaintiff. The jury hearing the Case was formed Jesse Mckee Marion Wetherell John in Kotlier Fred Hawk William Morrison Carl Gaul Ner Alonzo Tryon Michael Collins a. E. Crossen Benjamin Buck Amherst Mcdonald and by. C Aike l i troopers in to protect me when i read this one about the build she raid the noticed that the letter had come from the new Aik Post office. I a a a int to prosecutor Mott that i w being threatened. He told Rue that the state new Jersey stood be Hind no and not to worry. But How can one keep from worrying i have my boy to protect. Jul t a cause i happened to tie the m. To see that dreadful crime commit ted Cven weeks ago Ai d have been willing to speak out about it a a Public duty i should not be mad to Hie Bond ii Sihu it w ill to Mil the ,. To moving tile Pat a fit High ichor a 1 t. Quot a a to the new building. Ii use re the a Luln it tor it 1fh,�?~ he .ats i a it. It building for a Junior High a ill tear up Tho la ated Ghoul composed a High school treaty sen and a a new tie Hmer. Find pupils Hie seventh a Quot Quot n1"h?&Quot continued Page nine a Quot a Quot Anil pm. The turkish in rail die hounds i in. Of Tho near flt t. Are la us Mark out tip future status tile turks. Tho invitation presented to secret a la slate i Jug he. This afternoon i sir Auckland Geddes die Brill la Aillet i Dor in Iii name gift Al Britain. Fiance and Italy War. Brie and to Tho Point. To ply soon Secretary slates Hughes thank 1 diem to it the invitation and said ii formal u a would go Forward within to few Days. Meanwhile it was Learned to i night instructions already have . Bryan in president a Quot n i Orwar id i. American diplomatic i epee Onu Tiv abroad a qua Outing them with die american attitude toward the conference. The in auction Are to this eff it a eth Quot United stabs is not and has not been a War with Turkey and to tip iir.i�, cannot appropriately he a Paity to the Ace negotiation but owing to Largo american educational humanitarian and by in Mien s in die near East do it a my ii advisable to i five observes present at Kuh fit Bryan president Ohio Ann Iii Polit Wilt be embodied in do reply the american government will make to the Allied invitation next week. Of Southeast Ohio next year speakers form splendid array educators and men note speak at the sessions 11 univ the a Illinois Miner Leader assails attorney general for his part 28 pm the 111 la a ment nobility carried off Beauty Honor in a recent a a glib a Contact when lady Stapleton was declared the most Baa Ului woman it a to St Marion ii get Idem Frank Farrington i Nom mine workers Bere i ining made a hot Artar k Torney general Brundage i prosecution the Case a miners indicted for Alleger a nation in the Herrin mama june. Ile charged that a nov Brink unionism was Bing in Ade oui the Case and accused attorney general Brundage with openly All ing himself with a such labor hate ing vote for water Levy Medina . Get 28 Lodi will vote Novemb i 7 a special i Levy two Mills for not Over ii years for water by wer Aud Street improvements. A was elected i Blent Lien Lorn Ohio teachers a Ion to in feed Brot. George la Crow Athens at the final Ion saturday morning his annual convention the school Vani Antion. Wayne Luck bom Coy was elected vice hot Dent Mesa Minnie Moor. I gun dec relay and usurer Ann president s. Of Bing Rio grand College member the executive Board. Tile a Otoc Atlon adopted a new Constitution which conforms with that the state teachers As Erin a find Pac it 1 a number resolutions. Or. Frank p. Graves commissioner education new York was Tho principal speaker at the saturday morning a Ion his subject boing a intelligence tests a he dealt with the value intelligence tests in Hie Light Ali air value arum place in Public education he As sorted that while they ran not be looked upon tis a Panacea for ail Ilia they nevertheless have a definite educational value in determining the ability capacity and talents Hie student child. Rev Daniel Mcgurk the Athens first methodist Church Spok against Tho proposed prohibition amendment while superintendent it. O Skinner Marietta out Linen us educational program and the j Eril i besetting it during the com ing Winter. He spoke in no Uncertain terms the undesirability the proposed taxation Amend Manta and urged their defeat. A very appropriate feature the program was the Short talk Given by Brot George if Crow in which he paid a splendid tribute to the lives and accomplishments the de do it Ido tzo Iff Aud Dean Vav Mcintyre Ohio University and supt Ltd. T. Coates Pomeroy and county superintendent try fair Meigs county who diet during the past year a splendid lesson in patriotism and appreciation Hie privileges i continued Page no Way to treat lady Plymouth. Eng., Ort. 28.�? lady Nancy Astor american born Peerless who ii Landing for reelection to Fin Hon a commons the unionist ticket charged in a speech today that. Tier political opponents wet hitting below the be do you know How to Wash your sweaters bar hapa ova ire sending your Nwe amp ter to the leaner when they in Corn la la i it May la hat you Don t Realise that they Cun he launder i at Home. Nowadays when a eaters Are to much in Vogue that avar Youe was two the re St is it act Leal Economy to do till. Worn y cur a. It. Both milk Aru Woolen Waters can he Sui Ess i ulv Wash cd Hilt the work mum lie Don it a Lainily arid direction allow d Lobely. Government in id an exhaustive it adv Ever y Pron tem the Lanni to and hav work i out with Tkv i tre the i Quot per methods to use in washing bilks woolens Cotton and Linen the pen ult is con twined in a do gov Turunen t pc Lien i we a Vav Ash not Ai in formation Bure 1 will ecu to for any our read it is. Just w rite your Nam and address cd a Ray the Linen Ltd the Coupon he Low and its in Siam s for Geu Lopue Quot f a laundry Book free copy the Rice Bookie d a Auric j. 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