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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 May 1921

JrkMJ THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY MAY 1 1921 Vol. 46 No. 264. , MARION WON IN CLOSE GAME v FROM HERRIN Good Game Friday furnished Plenty of Thrills For Spectators. PITCHERS TIGHTENED AFTER WALKING SIX jWilliamson Co. Teams can i Furnish Clean Sport to u Attract Crowds. It was some baseball game at Cagle Park Friday and there were plenty oC thrills to keep the crowd livened up. Marion defeated the Ilerrin team by the score of 4 to 2, and evened the defeat suffered in that city . two weeks ago. With the games one all and interest keen between the two Williamson county cities, an immense crowd is promised for Sunday, when the two teams again meet at Cagle Park. There were 380 paid admissions to the game Friday, but the noise made by the rooters surpassed that of the 1200 fans of last Sunday. At the opening of the game it appeared as if all the spectators were from .Ilerrin, judging from the support given the players from that town, but after the Klever Kaper bunch wa...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 May 1921

a i J MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE -REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher!. 103 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. ; - W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City SUBSCRIPTION Editor. RATES: Per Six- Months Per Year ..$ .75 .. 1.50 All subscriptions payable In advance. . Paper will be stoppe.d e,t expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the pout office second class mail matter. at Marion, Illinois, at Keep Williamson County'i Name Clear , Williamson county has a clean war record. With a population of over 60,000 people and standing ninth in number of people per square mile of the counties oi the state, we had no slackers reported during the war. Three thousand responded to the, call and none failed. Now come the time for checking up. There is one way in which a young man can make his standing clear with the world tnat is to join the American Legion. Membership in that organizaton is sufficient evidence for everyone as to how the wearer of the membership button sto...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 May 1921

TUESDAY MAT 10, 1921 ,l THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE TEACHERS ARE SELECTED BY BOARD ON WED. All Places not Filled, But Applications made for Majority of Places. PROFESSOR TURNER i PLANS TO RETIRE Ramsey is Again Hired as Superintendent of Public Instruction. The Marion city school board with President Ed M. Heaton presiding, mot Wednesday evening and selected teachers for the coining year. All of the places were not filed but appli cations are on file for enough to fill the required number of places, rrofessor C. J. Ramsey was re-em ployed as city superintendent of schools and his salary waB fixed at $3,000. No one was employed for music, manual training or domestic science supervisors. , 1 '.''" The principals selected were W. W. Kiminel, M. N. Swan, Elmer Finley and H. 0. Belford. Theother places will be settled upon in the near fu ture. ' ' IfTrofessor J. W. Turner completes t Tin line .nAn n wo. markable record and started and fln1cfic.fi hlo wnrlr In Wllllnmsnn county. 1 C...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 May 1921

TOWT. THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER CARTER VILLE GIRL DROWNS SELF SUNDAY Miss Mae . Brann Commits Suicide Near Parents Home. DEATH WAS IN JACKSON COUNTY WANT TO MAKE SOLDIER HOME AT GREAL SPRINGS Movement to Turn - Ozark Hotel into Convalescent Hospital.; Funeral to be Held at Home of Brother on Tuesday. Cartervilte, May 22 (Spscial) Miss Mae Braun, aged. 22 years and foe the jast six yearn an employee oi the Moake & Impsou store, in this city where she had been the bead galea lady i the dry goods depart ment conunitte4 suicide on Sunday afternoon by drowning- herself in Crab, Orchard creek near where it empties into, the Big Muddy river in Jackson, county. Miss, Brann's parents formerly lived here but had moved to Jackson county, and were living about three miles . north of Carboadale. She- went home on Sat urday evening; to visit over Sunday and while, she seemed to be nervous it was not where any- of the family suspected, that she contemplated suicide. She had always been af...

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PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 May 1921

TUESDAY MAT 10, 1921 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER - U. U. S. INDICTS 1 1 0 CHICAGO MEN Builders, Material Men and Labor Union Chiefs Are'1- - Hit. l CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY J Bill Declare Big Firms Have Violated ! the Sherman Act In Conspiring ' to Restrain Trade Boy. ' , eotta Boost Prices; :i Chicago, Mny u Charging conspiracies which have doubled Die price of cert u In building materials in Chicago, .,: the federal grand Jury returned Indict0 meiits against 110 Individuals and Arms in the sheet tuetul, plumbing, and steamtfttlng lines. Iu three blanket bills by groups they are charged with conspiring to restrain trade In violation of the Shernvin act. The result, the bills Bet up, has been the stltilng of competition and the loading down of the building Industry by oppressive practices all of It being eventually shouldered upon the public In the shape of rent. ' Prominent Firms Named. l The bills include . manufacturers, wholesalers, agents and union officials. ' Among them are houses ...

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PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 May 1921

TUESDAY, MAT 10, 1921 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER MARION WON IN CLOSE GAME FROM HERRIN (Continued From Page 1) importing teams from diMance places who outside of a high sounding name, can put up no better exhibition than given Friday. The loyalty of the fans of both towns will bring out as good crowds as "w ill other games. Manager Bloomer Is rapidly bring ing the Marion team into proper condition. The outfield seems invincible. Scurlock had two difficult chances and O'Connell one. Capps had no chances, but figured with his stick work, getting a single and a sacrifice. LaMaster did not have a single chance, but again figured wit(. his batting, which was 1000, securing two singles after having been walk ed twice. Jones had six chances and altho he let one slip by, it did not affect the scoring. He secured his usual long hit. "Micky" Wasem played a dandy game at second and counted the first run when Bloomer . started the slugging game by rapping out a tripple. Bloomer played his lo sition ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 May 1921

' "... 4' ' t' ' C IIION EM-WEEKLY THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 NO. 265. MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1921 Subscription $1.50 Per Ymm OUTLINE PLANS FOR ADDITIONS ..... - TO SCHOOLS Board of Education Discuss Changes in Two School Buildings. WILL DOUBLE THE LOGAN BUILDING Extra Story to be Put on at The "Lincoln School. 5 . . At the meeting of the school board of the Marion city schools on Wed nesday evening plana tor the remod eling of the Logan and Lincoln , school buildings were taken up and preliminary sketches were submitted by Architect John A. . Scribblns, After same were taken up and re- . vised by the board they were return ed to the- architect for completion. His estimates as well as his plans were satisfactory and Include the addition of a new wing to the Logan building which will be built north of the present building and will add sight rooms and' make same double Its present size. At the Lincoln school the plan includes the raisl&am...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 May 1921

i v.. PAGE TWO the semi-Weekly leader : FRIDAY, MAY 13, U2l MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PA18LEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months $ -75 Per Year 1-50 AH subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post second class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, as "tow--' The Typical American. The typical American is he who, whether rich or poor, whether dwelling in the North, South, East or West, whether manufacturer, scholar, professional man, merchant, farmer, or skilled worker for wages, lives the life of a good citizen and good neighbor; .who believes loyally and with all his heart in his country's institutions and in the underlying principles on which these institutions are built ; who directs both his private and his public life by sound prin ciples; who cherishes high ideals, and wh...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 May 1921

FRIDAY, MAY 111941. THE SEMI-WEEKLV LEADER PAGE THREE MYSTERY ABOUT DROWNING OF R. R. PUMPMAN George Mamoth Found in C. and E. I. Lake on Monday Evening DRY TANK STARTED SEARCH FOR BODY Coroners Jury Returns Verdict of Unknown Cause for Drowning.' When the' C. and E'. I. water tank near Johnston City was found to be dry on Monday a search was started which resulted In the finding of the body of Pumpman George Mamoth, drowned In the lake. H. K. Branson and C. E. Shook testified as follows before the coroner's jury: "I have known George for about 7 er g years. His occupa tion was pumper for the C. and E. I. R, R. north of Johnston City aboui one mile, and I judge him to be about 76 yearB of age. No relatives that I know of. He is of German tie. cent and been in this country about ' 60 years. He has been employed by the C. and B. I. R. R. ever since 1 have known him. "About 4 oclock someone reported that the water was out of the tank at the pump station, and no one in charge of the sta...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 May 1921

FAGS FOUR THE SEMI.WEEKLrLEADER riUDAT, MAT XI, iw HOME .STAMP CO. Saturday,rM&y 14th OPEN wmmmmiMiiMhiiiiii yumnmaiamin-Ti Your Book 'and Get a BmC'Mmmama&smmeamB mutfmmiK 1 1 mi iiiiiii m imiwimi MnaaanillH1 ' 1 1 ' mi tmmmmama of STAMPS FREE PAGE The following Merchants, whose ads appear below, will give a m me Day Omly to Customers purchasing, on Saturday, May 14. Each merchant has arranged to have special Bargains for this day Their intention is to make this the biggest day's business Marion ever had.- ' Joseph's Special Offering of Men's and Young Men's Suits t $9.75 SQJ.75 'nA SQ0.75 EXTRA SPECIAL NO. 1 EXTRA SPECIAL FOR DOUBLE STAMP DAYMEN'S POLK-A-DOT BLUE SHIRTS, worth 91.50, Double Stamp Day Special r P EXTRA SPECIAL NO. 2 MEN S 50c LISLE HOSE, in Gray, Black and" White, Double Stamp Day Special Per Pair, f m Two to a Customer JJ Six Pair to a Customer WE GIVE YOU DOUBLE ON EVERYTHING YOU BUY MAY 14th V JOSEPH'S . DOUBLE STAMP DAY, SATURDAY, HAY 14...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 May 1921

.0?VWMU1WI31IR.Y Br.? THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 48 No. 266. MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1921 Subscription fl.59 Per Year WALLACE WINS PRELIMINARIES AT MURPHYSBORO innii nnnnni . HIGH PRICE FOR GOAL PREDICTED FOR THIS FALL MARION GETS NEXT CONVENTION OF CLUB WOMEN OPPOSE PLAN FOR PROF. McKINNEY LARGEST GROWTH IMUtt dbllUUL PUPILS LEARN HOW TO BANK COUNTY HEALTH COMMISSIONER ATTENDED MANY GRADUATIONS IN POPULATION WAS IN EGYPT rv Leader is T 't Miss Lottie Cell, Head of the Commercial Departmet Conducted Class. GUESTS AT MARION STATE & SAVINGS ; Talks made by cashiers and ? Ass't. at Bank to Explain Methods Employed. Students of the commercial de partment of the Marion Township High School who are finder the instruction of Miss Lottie Cell visited the Marion State and Savings Bank tHrsday evening where they were tt.. demonstration of practical thanking methods by Cashier E B, i'iJackson and - Assistant Cashiers V Clean Gulley and J. R. Brad...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 May 1921

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, MAY 17, 11)31 MARION SEP1I-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, Cily Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: per six Months ;;;;;;;x; shirk responsibility. Why Men Fail. (Philadelphia Ledger) Men fail for various reasons, little and big. , Mnsfc men fail because they are lazy. To be lazv means to be late, to be slovenly, to be a poor economist of time, to FARMERS TO HAVE ALLIES' TROOPS All subscriptions payable in advance. Taper will be stopped at expiration of tima paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, second class mail matter. The Presidential Handshake It is understood in official circles It means to sav of anything that is clam orine to be done:,MNo, I'm not going to do c - 1 tl that, because It isn't my worx. Laziness is at the back ot most 01 tne losspr reasons for failure. Ihe minor causes are derivatives from tha...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 May 1921

TUESDAY, MATM7, 1921 MISSIONARY MEETING SOON AT ELKVILLE Eighteenth Annual Conven tion of Methodist Women to be Held. MRS. JEAN HARGRAVES IS THE PRESIDENT Sessions to be. Held May 26 and 27 With Full Attendance. s The eighteenth annual convention of the woman's , Home Missionary Society will-be held at the Methodist church in ElkWlle, May 26 and 27. Mrs. Jan Hargraves of Marion is the district president. , , ,. . The goals'.set by the conference is a net gain of 1? members for each society, so that a total membership of 400,000 may be reached ; a twenty per cent increase in subscriptions to woman's .and children's home missions and for every pulpit to observe June 6th, as "Publicity Day." A strong program has been , announced, as follows: Afternoon Session, 2:00 O'clock Devotions Mrs. Marion JackBon, Elkvill'e. Organization of Convention Mrs: Thos. Outhouse. Murphy sboro. Ileport of District Co. Sec Mrs. E. B. Bottenfleld, Sparta. Report of District Treasurer Mrs. Henry Young, Pinck...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 May 1921

PAGE POUR THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER tOS80AT,'MATJir.JM', CONFERENCE OF R. C. WORKERS at mt, vernon w ? ir 7 : : HERRIN. Representatives from Counties to hold Meeting, 32 THREE DELEGATES FROM OUR COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Malnms of 217 West Cherry street, are the proud parents of a fine baby girl who ar rived at their home last week Albert G. Storme left Tuesday morning for St. Louis where he will attend the sessions of the Missouri Undertakers Association. Secretary of State L. I Emmer- son of Sro-inEfield. was in Herrin Speakers of Note will At-CJ,3 ,h. tend the Meeting and the new Masonic temple and shaking A A A-ntctnna hands Wltn nis many menus m uu vicjuity. District Instructor F. H. Stamper of CHICAGO, May 12 Represents I Benton was in Herrin Monday night tives lrom32 Red Cross Chapters and I inspecting Harrison Chapter No. 299 branches in southern Illinois will I Royal Arch Masons. It was his on meet in Mt. Vernon on Wednesday, I nual visit of inspection and he was May 18, for a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 20 May 1921

T 17 a TIP THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 267. MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. MAY 20, 1921 Subscription $1.5? Per Year 'OWNSiPIffl WAS DOUBLY VICTORIOUS JMliUl SCHOOL FIRST HONORS IN TRACK AND INTELLICTUAL MEET Casey Was Only Man to Break a Record, But Energy Expended in Making Hop-Step-and-Jump, Cost the Relay Race for Marion. Again the track team of the Mariou Township high school is the champion of Southern Illinois. Alter getting a slow start in the meet at Murphysboro Saturday, and allowing. Murphysboro to maintain the lead until late in the afternoon, the Marion team scored slowly thruout, the day, and when the grand stands were emptied at tlie close of the meet, they stood in the lead with a total of 41 4-21 points. Casey of Marion and Jarboe of Murphysboro tied for individual points with eleven each. Casey broke the Soulhern Illinois record in the run-hop-step-jump which had stood unbroken since 1915. 1 Marion won the intellectual cup, scoring 13 point...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 20 May 1921

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAT, MAT SO. Jin.iH',l '.-.w'-' o., m MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. ' . , Marlon, Illinois W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM "PAISLEY, City Kilitor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months ? .75 Per Year 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office second class" mail matter. at Marlon, Illinois, as . The American Army on the Rhine That was a fine compliment the chief of staff of the Swiss army paid the American army , on the Rhine. After a visit to the occupied zone, in which he made a thorough inspection of all the armies British, French Belgian and American hel reported to his government that the Amer icans "were the most up-to-date,, the best equipped and best-looking military outht of all the armies of the world. That is high praise, considering the ex- Dertness of the source. ior whle the Swiss ar...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 20 May 1921

rRIDAT, MAT 10, Ull THE SMj-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE I Herbert Mosley has returned from f a visit In Tulsa, Okla., with his I brother Thomas eKlth. He was again I on duty at the Stat Bank building Monday as elevator boy. John Coneberg visited friends' In Johnston City Sunday. Victor Crowder attended the base ball eame In Herrln Sunday after- . noon. J. R. True and family motored to oJhnston City and Hudgens Sunday afternoon. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Hoyle at , the Country Club. , Miss Iva Kelley of Johnston City, after spending the week end with her paretns, retrned to Marion Monday morning where sho is a student at Brown's Business College. Henry Bantz was a business visitor in Tamms Monday. Rufus Neeley left Sunday evening for Chicago on business. .Miss Alva Rushing, who is a student at Brown's business college, returned to her studies Monday after spending the week end with hr parents in West Frankfort. A. J. Roberts of Anna is - visiting In Marion at the home of ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 20 May 1921

PAGE FOUR BONNIE MAN SCHOOL DIRECTOR 39 YEARS . BONNIE. ' 111.. May I3.-You can't get ahead of Jefferson county. We read In the Register-News re cently of a Carnil man who has been school director for thirty-three years. A Bonnie man has this record beaten badly, Charles Howard, of this place having served as a school director for thirty-six years and a school trustee three years, making thirty-nine years of continuous service and Mr. Howard says he thinks he will live long enoug to serve forty years more. That Mr. Howard has made good as a school director goes without saying for he would not have been reelecld so many times to this position if this was not the case. KEEPING HOUSE WITH YOUR FINGERS When the wily butcher, or the disci, eet grocer, or the crafty vegetable men trucks away some boney stead, or doubtfil flour, or weary lettuce Into the corner of your marketbasket, and you detect it upon the homeward track, pause and consider for a moment just what it would mean if you ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 May 1921

I) "A THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 268. MAEION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1921,;.:., ;.; Subscription $1.50 Per Yeai HERRIN LOSES HEADS OF ITS MAKING PLANS FOR MEMORIAL TEACHERS ARE ALL EMPLOYED FOR THIS YEAR PYTHIANS GIVE NEW. COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL FOR CARTER VILLE 'f 'if SPECIAL PROGRAM 4 DAY SERVICES HOOL SYSTEMS FRIDAY NIGHT Semi : MAM0N Marion Exercises Including ; Parade, to be Held in the Morning. MT. PLEASANT WILL OBSERVE ON SUNDAY Marion Band Furnish their Services Free in Memory of War Heroes. The Memorial Lay pians -for services thruout the county are being completed now and a full program will probably be announced within short time. . . , - The services In Marion are to be held on Monday morning, May 30th according to Commander James God-J dard of the American Legion, but be expects to call a meeting of all civic bodies for tbe near future to complete arrangements. - At .Mt. Pleasant, because of the fact that the farmers are all behind on ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 May 1921

PAGE TWO i THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, MAY 24. 1921 MARION SEW-WEEKLY LEADER ) THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. . Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLKY, Editor k OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year . . ...$ .75 ... 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, second class mail matter. "LIFTING ONE'S SELF BY HIS BOOT STRAPS" Franklin K. Lane, for seven years Secretary of the Interior in the cabinet of - President Wilson, nas passed away leaving "no will and no estate." He was a man of ability and one of the few members of President Wilson s onicial family who ai ways had the hearty support of all the people. He was a big hearted, earnest worker who served his country well and when he left the office of Secretary, it was in order to try to make something to leave for his family. The editor of the REP...

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