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Evening Independent (Newspaper) - January 24, 1924, Massillon, Ohio 4 7ms paper is the favorite in almost every Home in w Stern Stark county advertisers desiring Complete coverage use the Independent the worlds latest news received Over the associated press wires the evening in for the past 60 years the newspaper of Massillon and Vicinity the weather Al fam w w Trajn or Snow tonight and Fri Day slightly warmer tonight much colder Friday afternoon and night vol 254 Massi Ixon Ohio thursday january 24 1924 fourteen pages Price two cents 000 w Washington James Ryan is hold Man Dyer now belief in murder of Kitzig fall due later senator Carraway presses Resolution calling e o r cancellation of Oil lease committee witnesses questions by associated press Washington Jan Resolution of senator Carraway demo crat of Arkansas calling for Cancella Tion of the lease of the Teapot dome naval Oil Reserve to Harry p sin Clair provided further fuel for de a stutter May solve the mystery surrounding the disappearance and whereabouts of Robert Dyer Dyer dropped out of sight Here in August 1919 he was then a youth of 19 his Mother mrs John Dyer conducted a nationwide search an abandoned Well near his Home in Kracker Street was opened dyers father died and Bis Mother was taken to a tuberculosis sanitarium at Springfield Lake near a Ron saturday a letter bearing the re turn address Robert Dyer care James Ryan 4260 Castleman Avenue St Louis was the former address of mrs Dyer in Kracker Street mrs Chantry Piper 202 West Cherry Street a Friend took charge of it and summoned Ray Dyer of Canton a Ray opened the letter its contents Bate in the Senate today while incoherent in parts but it con committee investigating that and similar transactions was prepared at a meeting in the afternoon to ques Tion Edward l Doheny Lessee of naval Oil lands in California arrived this morning from new Orleans and he is expected to be followed shortly from the same City by former Secretary fall who headed the Interior department when the leases were negotiated or fall has been subpoenaed for questioning tomorrow with reference according to Republican members of the com Mittee to the fund he has said he took with him when he left Washington after resigning from the Sabine to use in enlarging his ranch holdings in new Mexico today session of the hearing was called late yesterday after the com Ait tee previously had decided not to resume its investigation until to Morrow trained five appeals for Money with which to come Home the letter said Robert had left Here ill of a fever and had been ill and knocking around the West Ever since lie left a Telegram sent by the Independent o Dyer was returned marked Independent asked a St Louis newspaper to investigate wednes Day a dispatch arrived saying that j arrested today James Ryan had admitted seeing James Antl Lolly caught by floor in a pm Navlen i d j Cleveland authorities and booked on charge of slay ing Paul Kitzig in Canton three years ago Dyer on a chicag bound Pennsylvia Nia train in August 1919 Ryan had not seen Dyer since lie said and was sure Dyer had not been in St Louis the Independent sent another Tele Gram to the St Louis paper asking for a description of Ryan the re turn Telegram said he was about 25 years old five feet five and on half inches tall weighed about 13 pounds had Light hair Blue eyes and stuttered when talking the description was shown to mrs Piper who knew Dyer Well that she exclaimed Robert stuttered and the rest of the description apparently the mystery of the Dis appearance and whereabouts of Rob Ert Dyer is solved Olan Lafound special to the Independent Canton of the court of appeals were announced thursday in concluding a two weeks session Here no cases of Public in Terest were included in the terms list action by Mamie Lee Ehlers in an t i w Effort to overturn her conviction in police Courton a charge of being a suspicious person was dropped for want of prosecution j conviction of Angelo Marcu in Joseph Nolan manager of the Mas Sillon beverage company in South Erie Street arrested some time ago in a police liquor raid wednesday afternoon was found guilty of Violat ing the cites ant screen Law follow ing a trial before Jude Kaley in Muni Cipal court sentence was deferred pending a motion to be filed by nol1 ans counsel for a new trial Nolan when arrested was charged by police with Selling intoxicating liquors in violation of the Crabbe prohibition enforcement act and also violating the cites ant screen Ordi Nance by obstructing the View from the outside with partitions when Given a trial on the liquor charge Nolan was found guilty by the court and fined and costs this Case is to be taken to common pleas court on error police charged that partitions in Nolan place obstructed the View from the outside and was in violation of the anti screen measure juvenile court on a charge contributing to delinquency was affirmed other decisions were John j Connely against John h Werner settled Minnesota p Obrien against Clara Mcmillen Kinsey and settled George Bosely it against William e Brocks petition dismissed Samuel Eisenberget new l per Kins affirmed Edward King against John Philip better against the Cleveland Dis count held under advisement John Megyesi it Al against Steve Costa affirmed guardian saving Trust against Philip better dismissed c i Parlett against and rein Trimbitas it affirmed George e Calhoun executor against David l Taylors executor affirmed Pennsylvania Railroad against William h Slusser reversed Eliza Beth h Dougherty against Florence e Rice it held under advise ment Francis mar hand against Pierce Snyder motion to dismiss sustained Nick Ritivoy against state of Ohio affirmed Canton against the Ohio Power co dismissed Julius Bloom Field against mrs Charles Leasure i affirmed John Calhoun John h under plans now being worked 1 Burns and the Continental Clay co guess who this is feet eight parted on the left Side Rosy nose aquiline strides but rapid wears a Brown suit Brown overcoat Brown Felt hat and Brown eng Lish style shoes with slight says Well now ill Tell if serious and then Springs a joke humorous and pleasant wednesdays character subject was l e Mcconnell by associated press Cleveland Jan Anthony 27 was booked at Central police station today for Canton authorities on a charge of slaying Paul Kitzig a government witness in the trial three years ago of Ben Jamin Rudner a rum runner now in Federal Penitentiary at Atlanta Canton authorities notified of the arrest were to Send for Anthony late today according to the Detec Tives who arrested Anthony the shooting followed a quarrel Over kit pigs Promise to government agents to testify against Rudner Anthony at the time police said was being sought on a Federal War rant charging him with being an accomplice of runners Given hard rap state treasurer of Pennsylva Nia declares governor is not a Republican and elec Tion would bring Indig nity pursued spouse with shot at his heels court does the rest by associated press Harrisburg Jan 24 holds father tries to care for big family take priest to Michigan for treatment because a Man found it difficult to support seven children his wife and himself on s30 week does not make him of no support judge Kaley ruled today when lie 1 Skrabel support after it was alleged he had failed to provide properly for his family the Man told the court he was do ing he provide for his Large family Andin addition was paying 320 a month on his Home the family it was said had received some support from the associated charities and judge Kaley or dered Skrabel to report to miss Eliza Beth Reavie Secretary of the Chari table organization whenever he received his pay and have her assist for summer by Massillon band out by City officials the Massillon band will give a series of concerts in City Hall Park during the summer Mouths upon inquiry it was found that in cities the size of Massillon this plan was More satisfactory than that of giving concerts in the Parks especially since Massillon Parks Are at the extreme ends of the City As a result of the annual election of officers wednesday night Fred Meininger becomes business Mana Ger and president r c Schaffner vice president per Leerhuber Secretary h l Polhamus treasurer and Harry Lahr Fred Wilhelm and William Berens trustees against Emma b and David w ack Erman affirmed James j cams against s f German affirmed Nick Dubina against state of Ohio settled m l Dennis against Dollie Den Nis continued Clyde Goldfuss against Earl j Hill reversed Lewis h Hendricks against Elsie c Hend Ricks affirmed Manuey Bango against e Turner reversed Jim Amanatidis against a Matinides affirmed Dollie l Dennis against m l Dennis continued consolidation of roads is by associated press Washington Jan Bill de signed to stimulate voluntary Consoli Dation of railroads into a limited v s to take vessel South by associated press Philadelphia Jan can naval officers under a commis Sion from the Obregon government have arrived Here to take South a number of systems with Competition vessel for use in the present trouble preserved As fully As possible was introduced today by senator Cummins 3f Iowa ranking Republican member of the interstate Commerce commit tee and one of the authors of the present transportation act moving pictures of the holy land thursday Light second presbyterian Church admission for six nights sin admission 25c children 12 to 16 we noels dance Academy saturday in Mexico the mexican consulate admitted the men arrived today and some of them were later found at a hotel there were eight in the party and strict secrecy was observed by All of them the Rev Michael Vollmayer of St marys Church who has been seriously ill for some time will be taken to a Hospital at Dearborn this afternoon for medical treatment it was announced today at the parsonage John Vollmayer of Toledo a brother of father Vollmayer the Rev father Hoepf of St marys Church and two nurses will accompany father Vollmayer him in providing family sustenance for the receipts in City Seal Campaign seals numbering were sold during the annual red Cross Seal Campaign according to a report of miss Helen Schmader City nurse made Public today of the total receipts amounting to about will remain in Massillon Twenty per cent or has been turned Over to the Ohio Public health association the Campaign expenses amounted to leaving for pub Lic health work in the City Accord ing to the report two organizations have not made their returns to the Campaign committee following is a list of the receipts to Date schools manufacturers civic organizations fraternal and religious organizations Banks and business Hospi tals s4s gleaners and Booth sales self serve boxes to Tal Ellis Island probe Moline Jan Stan Ley Hester who returned to Moline wednesday after burying her sister miss Ruth Grahn in new York declared she has enlisted the Aid of senator Magnus Johnson of Minne Sota and congressman w j Graham of Illinois to investigate her Sis ters death at Ellis Island she will ask for damages from the govern ment she said a born to miss Grahn who was swedish immigrant a few Days after she arrived at Ellis Island state treasurer Charles a Snyder in a statement today declared he would oppose governor Pinchot As one of tha seven delegates targe to the Republican National Conven Tion and would Appeal to All republicans of Pennsylvania to defeat him at the his reasons for the opposition were that the governor is not a pennsylvanian in spirit that he is not a Republican that As governor of the Commonwealth he was cast into office through a political storm and that in the convention if elected lie will bring into that forum an intrigue and bloc As will reflect Only indignity upon the other delegates and make Pennsylvania the its sister Snyder declared that of 30 governors governor Pinchot is the Only one neither born nor reared in Pennsylvania and that his criticism of president Coolidge an Secretary shows that now he has no National Republican and the villain still pursued her might be a Good title to give to a Chase which took place wednesday afternoon in West South Street which furnished residents of that Sec Tion quite a thrill As Long As it lasted the villain pursued his Vic Tim until police who were summoned took a shot at his heels with their automatics and then the Vil lain subsided and was meekly led to jail the villain1 was Louis Basic a mexican who according to police in formation had accosted his i year old wife Myrtle Basic coloured in South canal Street yesterday after noon and after an argument struck her the couple it is said had not been living together Myrtle fled and Louis took after her As she ran Myrtle let out a few whoops for help some one called the police patrolmen Smith and Sprunk were on the Job in a hurry Burton to be named 2d Choice meeting today and started after pursued and Pur Suer finally they spotted Basic he senators Willis fess actor refused to Stop one of the officers i took a shot at his flying heels and Bey general Dau Gaierty among delegates selected were taken to jail where charges of j As state convention Date disorderly conduct were filed against them when arraigned in municipal to court today both pleaded guilty the girl told the court she married Basic two years ago when she was 16 and had perjured herself by Tell ing authorities that she was older than 16 she said she and her Hus band had not lived together for some time the girl was fined 30 Ami a acts fail both the i and Fine de by the court when she promised by associated press Columbus Jan 24 Republican state committeemen and state leaders meeting Here this afternoon to a slate of candidates for Dele Gates targe to the National Conven Tion which if elected will go thera to leave return to City immediately and i her Home in Zanesville i sentenced to 10 Days in jail prices same As thermometer withdraw cars on Akron lines by associated press Northern Ohio Light company to Day announced that Akron City Streetcar service would be suspended at Midnight january the hour of the expiration of the present announcement was made when it appeared there Wasno pos the company and City officials getting together on a rate of fare for a new the company is demanding seven cent City is standing Pat for a continuation of the present fare grocers feed men and butchers were so far thawed out this morning that they condescended to talk weather do you see that thermometer hanging out there what does it say Twentyfive what did it say yesterday morn ing same Light the grocer and the Butcher were Clever they spoke in metaphors fact is they didst have any Price changes order shift in at a conference yesterday at Washington consists of senators Willis Basic wis Findri sirt and fess attorn key general Daugh to Fasco fined of and costs and Erv Villiam c Ciencin Nati former representative Charles l Knight of Akron mrs David Todd of Youngstown and mrs John Gordon Battelle of Columbus besides giving approval to the delegates slate the committees Are expected also to give Sanction to the use of representative Theodore e Burtons name As Ohio second Choice for president As the primary Law requires that candidates name a second Choice whether formal endorsement of the Washington conference selection is to be Given by the committees today or whether the selections will be ratified by a gentlemen agree ment was unknown previous to tha meeting the committees also Are expected to set the Date for the state con dry chieftains suicide by drinking carbolic acid was the verdict of Coroner t h Shorb of Canton issued today in the Case of George heysel 51 112 West Cherry Street proprietor of the East Side Marble and Granite works at 630 South Erie Street whose body was found wednesday morning of the floor of his office by his two children Robert and miss Anna heysel who Are employed at the Plant the funeral will take place Friday afternoon at 2 Oclock at the Resi Dence Clinton Lodge no 47 free i and accepted masons will be invention of five cents by associated press Washington Jan 24 Ansel r Harris of Indiana prohibition divisional chief of Kansas City has been transferred to los Angeles to take charge of the prohibition area comprising California Nevada and Hawaii succeeding Emerson e hunk resigned because of ill health William d Moss of Ohio will be the new chief of the division embracing Missouri Kansas okla homa and Arkansas in place of or state Secretary to address local automobile club Brown Secretary of state and judge Walter d of Cleve charge interment will be made in j land president of the National my the Massillon cemetery i Harris Martha loved him too much and was jealous says husband who to steal away wednesday Martha Mitchell coloured seems to have loved her James Mitchell not too wisely but too much according to the Story of their marital difficulties which was unfolded in municipal court today after James had been lodged in jail when his wife said that he had packed his trunk and suit Case and was about to miss Grahn became seriously ill leave Here for another when immigration authorities ruled that she must return to Sweden mrs Hester has adopted the baby she said she will demand an investigation of charges that her sister did not receive proper care during her confinement Shes a Good woman but she has an awful jealous explained James to the court when Tell ing Why de desired to be separated better half James said that his wife was always suspecting him of having affairs with some other Mark time on Novelty dance Novelty dance u r k p no 73 of p Hall by associated press Washington Jan 24 the Louse ways and Means committee proceeded today with consideration of the miscellaneous tax rate leav1 no the Fate of the Mellon proposals for revision of income taxes undetermined while the democratic Mem Bers await the definite terms for a Compromise which they suggested yesterday when chairman Green proposed that the committee work out a nonpartisan Bill i Friday evening january 25 entertainers the Dorcas class first m e Church will hold bake i Ideal Sale at Ideal store saturday january 26 beginning at Xyth Century furnaces dread 10 cts a loaf and 3 for 23 flu u i us Mil easy vacuum washers c j shafts Hilly Boyles Cash and carry i m i a Aji night first 10 couples Rath 14 East Charles medical matter with a laugh in every or at least in nearly every diet and health by or Lulu Hunt Peters in the Independent every Day woman yesterday it seems James packed his trunk and had it sent to the Pennsylvania depot he also packed a suit Case but had to go up town to get a strap to close it Martha sensed that All was not Well within the Mitchell household and called the police when James got Back he found several Blue coated officers of the Law waiting for him they took James in Tow and told him to Tell his Story to the court new Massillon boy scout troop to be organized a new boy scout Troup which will tourist association will be among the speakers who will address members of the Massillon automobile club when the annual meeting of the local organization is held monday eve Ning february 4 in the elks club rooms Mcclymonds building it was announced today by r b Craw Ford Secretary of the local club or Crawford said that he had or Browns Assurance that he would be known As troop no 5 is now in i be Here for the meeting the process of organization at St Josephs Church John j Dowling 202 South Hill Street has been chosen As the Leader of the new Troup for which application for a charter will be made Assoon As organization is Complete this will be Massillon sixth troop membership in the five troops already organized totals 117 boys in the outlying districts under the control of the scout executive office troops with an enrolment of boys other speakers who will address the club Are Charles of Columbus Secretary of the Ohio state automobile association and Fred n Caley of Cleveland Secre tary of the National Motorist association in addition to the programme of speaking three directors will be elected by the local club to serve for a period of three years a dinner willbe served at Massillon Oclock and members Are asked to Are nine Send in their reservations As soon Ohio has first 155 As possible the club Hopes to make the meeting the largest in the history of the local organization woman sheriff Bucyrus Jan Frankie Frease widow of sheriff Ira f Freese who was killed by a Emsis furnish refreshments at German parties Martha declared quite vehement Railroad train by today in municipal court that became Sherloh of Crawford county mrs for piss when is to he James had another sweetheart some where she said that he did not even have his letters come to his House but had a brother receive them Martha told the court that she had seen a few of these letters and when she read in them such endearing terms As daddy come Honey come to your she had Good reason to suspect that James was not acting As a Loyal husband should she even went so far As to say that James last summer had maintained a room for another woman and that she Martha had worked All summer and had Given him Money which unknown to her he had used to pay the other to mans room rent Hadi known it at the time i would have torn that other woman she said i love James love him so much that i dont want an other Man and i dont want him to Mitchell said he and his wife could not agree on Many things and Felt that it would be better for them to live apart the court finally ordered James to take Bis trunk Back Home and try to Patch up matters with his wife by associated press Leipzig Jan your own refreshments parties popular in Russia during the famine have be come quite the fad among the Ger Man Middle classes who do mrs frees who is believed to be the first woman sheriff in Ohio was appointed by the county commissioners to fill the unexpired term of her husband j Able to serve food and drink when i thank you for the appointment Joever friends have been invited to and i Promise to fill the office to the their Homes for an evening of in Best of my she said to the commissioners when they summon what is religion hear Lavina j Deal evangelist every evening 30 u b Church or j j South 704703 Ideal building Corner main and Mill streets dial signs show cards dial gigs Rishi la and de her to notify her of their action she is a tall woman and her friends describe her As Well built and Able to Cope with an person she May be called upon to arrest after being notified mrs Freese immediately made arrangements to file her Bond and announced she would e Myers Deputy sheriff under her husband As her Deputy her daughter Mildred will be Given the Post of Matron of the jail it was said the commissioners were not unanimous in giving the appointment to mrs Freese one of them Isaac pfleiderer insisted that a Man should be named sheriff because of the nature of the work and said he favored making mrs Freese the Deputy he was overruled by the others text ailment the housewives adopted the prac Tice of requesting guests to bring heir own sandwiches when food be came so expensive some time ago and assert that the russian system has worked splendidly that every one has a Good time and that if a guest does not get eat it is his own fault Clinton Lodge no 47 f a m a special meeting of Clinton Lodge no 47 f a m will be held at the Temple Friday afternoon at 1 Oclock to attend the funeral of George hey Sel All members having automobiles Are asked to drive them to transport members and friends who do cot have right from Carload those Sweet Florida oranges Spe Cial 70c Peck 509 West main Street if your farm you want to sell let a tiny want and Tell write a want and

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