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Evening Independent (Newspaper) - February 3, 1923, Massillon, Ohio
Read by people of Massi Loii and West Ern Stark county always read it first in the evening inde pendent the worlds latest news received Over the associated press wires the evening Independent for the past 58 years the newspaper of Massillon and Vicinity the weather it w w j generally fair with cold wave tonight except Snow Flur Ries near Lake Erie sunday fair and colder la East portion vol xxxv no final edition violent ear saturday feb 3 1923 fourteen pages Price two cents exp remier Calls Ruhr move error Lloyd George Speaks corded in Cleveland independents correspondent to see Tomb of egyptian King buried years opened newspapers from All Over world Send reporters to witness most interesting event of modern times former prime minister de clares War debt Settle ment May react on to plan goes to president tonight by associated press1 Plymouth England feb 3 an act of Gross Folly and the wrong Way to approach the reparations problem was former prime minister Lloyd Georges characterization of the Ruhr occupation in an Interj View today on his return from i Spain it is a sure Way not to get reparations he thinks referring to the american debt a element the former prime minister Sid that he was faintly disappoint England is Able to said he but it is a heavy Burden the United states made the Best terms for their own country i do not think it will Benefit America As it must diminish their markets in the world whether Here or elsewhere Washington feb american debt finding commission has been called to meet late today for a discussion of the form of recommendations it will make to president Harding in connection with the plan for funding great Britain War time debt finally approved by the commiss Sion last night it is the Hope of the j commission to place the draft of its recommendations in the hands of i the president tonight Over in Egypt in the Valley of the Kings is to be opened within the next two weeks the Tomb in which years ago was buried it is believed the body of the pharaoh tutankhamen grand Monarch of a great and powerful nation what lies behind the Wall separating the inner from the outer Tomb is a mystery Chariot wheels furniture linens and precious stones to the value of millions just removed from the outer corridor give Rise to expectations that in the inner recesses of the cavernous mausoleum will be found relics of surpassing magnificence for years they have re posed where they were placed 13 centuries before the birth of Wice As Long As the time since the Christian Church was established tourists sightseers archaeologists and newspaper men from All Over the world Are gathering to witness the opening of the inner Tovbin order that it might give its readers a graphic Story of the momentous event the Independent through the Philadelphia Public Ledger has United with a number of papers in sending h v Morton of Lon Don to Egypt or Morton will Cable the Story As it is unfolded and Supply photographs As they Are available Zero Mark is due tonight ii s issues warning i copyright 1923 by Ledger co by h b Morton i Luxor Egypt feb j Tuten Khamune is doing More for the i Prosperity of modern Egypt than he i appears to have done in his own ancient period boat loads of americans and englishmen Are arriving every week and i the egyptian state railways realizing that once the Mummy chamber j is opened the lure of the Valley of j Kings will die Down Are starting a j new train service tonight known As i the Tuten Khamune special this train will be made up of comfortable sleepers and no one who desires to add to the congestion in Luxor need stay away the same Enterprise is noticeable All of Ohio to covered j in the egyptian Post office which has Wiki with wave to be Brief weather next week of of nor a a new w of to Cairo and opened by associated press bulletin Chicago feb blast of Winter from the Northwest that caused sudden drops of temperature in the Plains states last night was spreading Over the United states today it was predicted that the cold wave would embrace the lower Lake Region and Ohio Valley not later than tonight i said a new wire from Luxor a special office where a staff of expert Tele graph operators tap out the news to the anxious world Many Donkey boys have bought new donkeys i Rode out thursday morning through the grim Valley of the dead to the Cavern from which Howard Carter periodically produces year old articles that astonishingly resemble objects from the property room of an operatic company Columbus Feo 3 coldest weather of the Winter was forecast or Ohio tonight by the United states weather Bureau a minimum temperature of Zero was predicted for Central and South Ohio while a below Zero minimum was forecast for Northern Ohio the cold wave is due to reach Ohio Titis afternoon according to the fore Caster but will be Short lived by monday Normal temperatures should county pharaohs treasure che5t antechamber pharaoh5 Tomb mausoleum of ancient egyptian ruler sealed 13 Cen Turie before Christ to be opened this month editions under which this historically accredited Monarch lived what was life like 3200 years ago when pharaoh tute Khanum was the most powerful Man in the world few people realize that at this years before the birth of Christ Egypt was already so j ancient that Kings Liko Tuten Khamune toured Tho country to see and and mire and Marvel at its Antiques pharaohs of Tho eighteenth dynasty must have stood in amazement be fore the pyramids which were More Remote from their times than the Tower of London and Westminster Abbey Are from ours Egypt has Al ways been a Laud ruins and Antiquity Tuten Khamune the last King but one of the eighteenth dynasty was a son of amenophis 111 a pharaoh who devoted a reign of fifty years to the improvement of Egypt under his direction magnificent build Ings sprang up and Art sculpture and Trade flourished tribute poured into the coffers of Egypt from the Kings of the East new relations were formed with Western Asia and the cuneiform tablets Dis demand for a clean up is renewed memorial presented Alliance citizens renew fight before governor to clean up Alliance and county of alleged lawlessness the most interesting relic taken from the Tomb thursday Side of one of the three ceremonial couches which last met sunlight the Day of Tuten Khamune funeral More than years ago today however they met sunlight but also numbers of curious japanese americans who showed much inter est of the Couch which have the head of the Hippopotamus god and which was covered with beat que Gold and shone with a Dull red glint the Date of the opening of the third chamber which it is now thought May contain three mummies is the general topic of conversation Here i believe it will take place with in a fortnight general sir John Maxwell who has been invite to attend the opening arrived with lady Maxwell at Cairo yesterday and leaves tonight on the first run of the Tuten Khamune special for Luxor ancient statue 3rjti5h museum curiously enough although the discovery of Tuten Khamune Tomb conies so late this Pharoah has been from existing records one of the Best documented in the Long line of egyptian Kings in his first article or Morton describes the extraordinary times and con canal Fulton Farmer wins tractor Case again prevail bounced the forecaster an Washington feb predictions for the week beginning monday Region of great local snows and cold lakes College head of education to talk Here m v Oshea head of the depart ment of education in the University of Wisconsin will address the teach ers of the Public schools at a meet ing to be held at Washington High school thursday february 22 the meeting will begin at 4 Oclock an a canal Fulton Farmer has won in the supreme court a Case of Long standing involving payment for a tractor he is Elmer Gesaman who bought a tractor from the Navarre motor car company at Navarre Gesa Man made a Down payment and gave notes for the balance to be paid in instalments Gesaman claimed that when he attempted to use the tractor to do a certain kind of blowing the machine failed to do the work which the dealers promised it would do the latter denied the statement but Gesaman refused to pay any More instalments the question was put up to the courts the Stark county common pleas court and the court of appeals sustained Gesaman Contention the company took the Case to the supreme court but that court de inked a motion to request the court of appeals to certify the records of the Case to the supreme court for further review the court ordered the return of the Purchase Price to Gesaman Calls Home origin of Many criminals the manufacture of criminals is due largely to our Community or this statement was made by f Emory Lyon of the Central Howard invitation has been Public extended the Agathon billiard parlor now under new Chicken dinner fricassee Chicken with biscuits Chicken Noodle soup or roast veal with dressing Hubbard Squash mashed potatoes or candied Sweet potatoes Pear salad pickles and celery hot mince pie hot Rolls Coffee or milk two and the Case was watched closely by scores of Farmers of the county Franklin l Maier of Massillon was attorney for Gesaman and l c Wiggins of this City represented the motor car company Intino violin strings used by All professionals for Sale by Erickson Soi Snyder Hess big Home made bread and baked baked daily the Way you would bake United produce mkt seed that flavor it satisfies the taste that one expects when eating homemade bread just like mothers demand it of your grocer Sweaney do for the boy or Man what the Home school and Church have failed to teach him men boys behind ears the crime problem is after All a association of Chicago in a talk at human problem and should be treat the general club meeting of the based As such if one out of that 000 men and boys behind prison bars were your son or brother then you would try to see that he would come out of that prison a better Massillon Rifle team shoots in National event a team representing the Massillon Rifle club in a tournament be ing staged under the auspices of the National Rifle association for the indoor gallery team championship continued on Page 14 column 2 French club German mob with Jules protest deportations demands of citizens of Alliance for a cleanup of that City and Stark county which followed closely upon governor a v Donahey action in suspending mayor Herbert ii Vogt of this City on charges of alleged misconduct in office and notifying three other local officials that Simi Lar charges had been filed against them have been renewed by Alliance citizens who Friday filed a memorial with governor Donahey setting Forth allegations of lawlessness in Alli Ance and Stark county the memorial was presented by attorney f b Kavanagh of Cleveland who is rep resenting the Alliance citizens the memorial presented to the governor Friday charges murder probe laxity in Stark county and sets Forth the allegation that the murderer of or 0 v Valker Alliance is Well known to county officials charged with Law at Torney Kavanagh said that the me Morial carried the signatures of 75 leading citizens and Calls particular attention to the fact that Over g5 murders have been committed within a period of less than two years with practically no arrests or convictions and very few indictments returned against such the memorial seeks the appoint ment of a special grand jury to in continued on Page 2 column 2 relations Between invaders and populace generally reported improved French to feed hungry civilian population in Buhr Sillon woman club Friday after noon it is a Community or Lyon continued after All it is the Community which must suffer for Man the output of criminals the great1 each Man wants a Chance to est crime today is the wholesale manufacture of crime not Only do Many of the Community Organiza Start out right after being released from prison each one is some mothers son or someones brother tons induce crime but there Are i who is not Able to effect a reunion Community organizations which pre vent crime one of the great crime producing organizations is the Home a Home May be one of the great preventives of crime or one of the great producers theres the broken Home the poor Homo the Home of nagging parents and the Home of pitifully poor parents and constant negative suggestions the school can be made a preventive of crime if the children Are not dealt with in masses too Large this is one of the dangers of overcrowded schools the effect of the Church is demonstrated in the lives of the adhere sometimes these three prevent Ive agencies the Home school and Church fail to function in is then that irregular or abnormal institutions Are erected these arc Indus trial schools reformatories and prisons these institutions try to Sauer Kraut supper will be served in the dining room of the first methodist Church by Tho Susonno Wesley sunday school Lnor tuesday february 0 11 to p m tickets f0 and Doxsie taxi Boll with society which is so essential to their welfare most of my friends during the past 22 years have at some time or other been behind the prison bars said or Lyon during the 22 years i have been connected with the Central Howard association which stands for prison Reform and the care of prisoners after being released i have made Many friends of their number one of the things we need is More evenly distributed Justice be tween the Rich and poor the poor Man is put behind the prison bars because he stole the Goose from off the common but the Rich Man May go Fren when to steals the common from Tho Goose during my work among prison continued on Page 14 column 1 specials for saturday roast Chicken stowed in giblets Chicken Noodle soup Fried Chicken Hase Pfeffer and Many other Good things to cat Sondregger Snyder 10 Gold sugar bowl special for saturday Only fresh Homo made assorted chocolates me bad round in the tourney Friday even ing on the clubs indoor Range in North Street the tournament will be conducted in four stages the competing teams going on the Range once a week for four weeks the local team shot at targets sent out by the government and the shooting was judged by c p Weekes who has been appointed judge of the local tourney by the National Rev association following the completion of the shooting the targets will to sent to Washington Twenty rounds were fired by the members of the local team scores were Mado As follows Foust Strickland 19s Kirchhofer 178 Brown 180 and Kline Psi two rum runners killed in raids new York feb run ners suffered two casualties today in extensive Landing operations from the liquor Fleet off the Jersey coast Over night with drawn revolvers custom officers seized the Ocean go ing tug John l Cann arresting three men and seizing goo cases of liquor the other casualty occurred when const guards captured the motor boat Ross on the Ocean Beach a mile South of Highlands n j bread 10 cts a loaf and for 25 cts Biliy Boyles and dance Ivan saturday evening at to rots Hull by it Taylor and k by associated press Coblenz feb troops threatened with Bayonet and used the butt end of their guns at noon today to break up a crowd of persons noisily protesting before the Rhineland High commission building against the deportation of officials the two latest deportations were in the cases of Johannes Fuchs presi Dent of the Rhine province and or Russell burgomaster of Coblenz whom the French took into unoccupied Germany last night relations Between the occupying forces and the population of the Ruhr and the Rhineland Are report d notably improved although Tho German magnates Are still holding aloof in bitter opposition to cooperation the railroads Are again in opera Tion in Large sections of the occupied Region but the mines Are do ing Little largely owing to shortage of empty cars the French declare they will feed the civilian population if necessary and they Are moving food trains into districts where the Railroad strike is still on in Paris the reparations commit tee reaffirmed its action of january 2c in refusing Germany a moratorium Premier Poincare today told the French Cabinet the Ruhr Situa Tion could be considered Satis fac the Council of the league of nations in Paris took final adjourn ment without going into Tho question of Ruhr occupation or reparations at a secret session preceding the adjournment it decided neither of these questions should be put on the Agenda Bah Jove now that a Bally Good idea he by associated press London feb 3 the next tourist season will find interpreters stationed on the London busses As an Aid to foreigners in finding their Way about it has been seriously suggested that such an innovation will prove helpful to american tourists who frequently find it difficult to make a Cockney conductor under stand their destination Here after however the Crisp Yankee accent or the Southern drawl will be translated into English As it is spoken and understood in some parts of the worlds Metropolis churches will observe near East sunday sunday will to near East Relief Day in seven local churches seven speakers affiliated with the Ohio staff of near East Relief workers will talk in As Many churches at services sunday morning or e w Huelster state director of the near East Relief workers will talk on near East conditions at the first methodist Church the Rev or Miller will talk at the Church or Baptist Church Washington reports big Earth Shock instrument disabled not in history of Cleveland observation station has such convulsion occurred disaster predicted if quake occurred on land by associated press Cleveland feb Earth shocks were recorded on the Seismograph at St Ignatius College Observatory Here today father Odea Bach in charge of the Observatory announced at noon the main wave was recorded at a m and the Needle of the recording instrument was fluctuating Over a wide margin at noon father Odenbach said the shocks were the most violent Ever recorded at his Observatory 1c the Earth shocks Are on land we May expect to hear very bad father Odenbach said the shocks As recorded on i Seismograph he said belittle any of recent years at intervals tile seismic wave would reach High Points Only equalled by the mount Pelee Volcano eruption in 1900 heavy winds and disturbed weather conditions surrounding the Observatory prevented any accurate Reading of the instrument until the shocks were definitely concluded Washington feels quake Washington feb Earth quake of unusual magnitude was re corded to Flay on the Seismograph Georgetown University father ton Dorr in charge of the instrument de scribed the disturbance As of tremendous before 1 p m two of the record ing Needles had been thrown entirely off the record at that hour the quake had been in Progress for some time but it was impossible to deter mine exactly when it started or estimate of the distance of the disturb Anc Efrom Washington recorded in Alabama Mobile feb Earth shocks were recorded on the Seismograph at Spring Hill College this morning and were still continuing at noon father Holman Esti mated the distance at Miles but could not estimate the location suspect China scene Denver feb w fore stall seismologist at Regis College said that to believed the disturbance recorded today occurred in China or Japan irk Ullan at h foil plan of mrs Kaber to flee prison by Assoc cited press foil what is believed to have been n plan on lit1 part of mrs Eva Katherine Kaber Cleveland mull Russ to escape from the woman reformatory where Shn is serving i life sentence for Tho murder of her husband has been uncovered by Louise Midendorf superintendent if Tho institution or j j Pliean at the Wesley methodist Church or Robertson of the slate staff of workers at the first Church the Rev or ii Ininger of Cleveland at the United Brethren Church and l c of at the first reformed Church 600 attend y m get together meet six Hundred men and boys at Lom Lod a social and get together Friday evening in the knights of Malta Hall Given under the auspices of the Young mens Christian association As a preliminary function to the annual fathers and sons ban duets to be held in local churches february 13 Tho programme included two basketball games he local y m c a Gui tetto bowing to the soakers of Canton in the principal contest the Canton aggregation after being held to an eight Point tie in the first half smothered the local aggregation in the final periods winning by a 39 to is score the p h c five Defeated the scouts 23 to 13 in a preliminary contest a Rugof War basketball relay and the Ohio drilling j military tag games constituted the remainder of the programme first 10 couple g5c sat night coming Browns Syncope actors associated press Paris feb 3 a threat of War and a menace of blockade were unexpected features of today meet ing of the Council of the league of nations m Sidzikauskas lithuanian minister to Germany declared Lithuania is would not accept the decision of the league to allow the poles to occupy parts of Tho Neutral zone Between Tho two countries he said they would use Force to prevent it m Viviani of France said that in such Case the lithuanian action would involve the imposition of a blockade Tho lithuanians withdrew from the Council chamber after making their protest without changing their attitude the poles it was announced by the polish delegation proceed to occupy their part of the zone with troops the be Lief was expressed in league circles that the lithuanians were being encouraged in their resistance by the russians we Weld broken cylinders Princess Bonnie High auditorium fits Imler auspices of Canton Council k of is tickets at Whitman or Dougherty wednesday night Wetzels facade 7 m committee will discuss building plan the advisory committee of the Young mens Christian association will meet this afternoon at the y m c a rooms to formulate plans for the proposed financial Campaign to raise for the erection of y m c a building Neal m Mcmil Lan of new York who has prepared plans for numerous y m c a build Ings in the East will meet with the committee saturday Candy special fresh Home made assorted Choc olates ofic at the sugar and
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