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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 March 1922

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY 1 Vol. 46 No. 344 MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 11122 Subscription $1.60 per Tew MINERS PROPOSE TO CLOSE MINES UNTIL JOINT CONFERENCE First time that anthracite suspended work at the same time. Half million miners idle without strike benefits. , Uptetel in the RKt'Vltl.WA y-LRA IIKK INDIANAPOLIS.. Intl., March 22. Under the terms o J.he call for the coal mine strike put into the mails lust night, the anthracite and bilu- " minous miners will go out together on April first, tor the ilrst tune in lhe history of-the Illinois' organiza tion. , Miners official declared tins morn-, irig that they proposed to keep the fields tied up until the operators were forced to meet. W'lh them in a joint conference. The etlect. of the suspension will be to ntako a half million miners idle without sl.rikx benefits and tip up between six thous and and seven thousand live hundred mines in the country, leaving the country dependent up,ou thw output of ...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 March 1922

-J L A. 0 page two MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher!. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months $ .76 Per Year ....... 1.60 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration ot time paid to unless renewed. Entered at tbe post office second class nail matter. at "A REGULAR FELLOW" Newspaper reporters are skilled in the study of human nature. Their collective judgment'of persons with whom they came in daily Contact during their quest of news will stand any reasonable test When they return a verdict that s6me man is a "regular fellow thing that reflects character, integrity, fairness and a human side. So, it was a great compliment, indeed, that all of the reporters who "cover the federal buildine beat in Chicago paid re tiring Judge Landis when him with a large plaque and bearing the inscription: "For newspaper men the ing will not be the sam...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 March 1922

i: ! PRTDAY, MARCH 44, 1022 i i ! THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE 'THREE The editors of the RKFtTBLrCAN-LKAb- Elt disclaims any responsibility for tides appearing In this column, which l reserved (or the use of our readers. Contrlbutlors to Insure publication however, must lis short and written legibly on ont side of the pnper only. All contributions must be signed, but signatures will Ix omitted where requested. . Miner's Wife Tells Story. Editor The REPUBLICAN- I can not refrain from expressing myself In reply to -the statement 1 , read In The Star, March 1, from' the operators and W. lv. Kavanaugh. They are simply like they had it in 1918, but they are going to be left this time. Mr. Kavanaugh,. you say ; the mines can't work at the present wages. Then what was (he matter they did not work in 1914 to 1916, when the coal miner got just onehalf he is getting now He got 42 cents a ton then for loadiar and 62 cents for doing pick work and $3.25 a day to motormen and $2.84 to trip riders ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 March 1922

Page Fooit RAY CROVELL WINS CONTEST Marion High School Servor Wins ... Fourth Place for State of lllinoii. Ray Crowell, a senior in the Marion Townshp Hgh school won iourth prize in the Chicago Tribune's George Washington essay contest which closed February 22. He was one of 10 to win places in Illinois ami will seceive a 125 cash prize. This Is the third time that he has won an essay contest. The first time was when he was in the 8th grade at Laramie, Wyomlu?,, wl'.we he won first prize in a war essay con I est with a $5 prize. The second time was when he was a sopbomoro iu high school in Colorado, where he won first prize In a state wide contest conducted by the Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution He was awarded a bronze medal and com rJete set of James Whilrorib Riley's works. The Tribune awarded a total of W.KOO in' prizes. Ten winniis were picked in each of six districts aud these 60 prize essays were then rejudged for grand prize, whirl went to Dorothea Kudnick,.aged...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 March 1922

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTV Vol. 46 No. 346 MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, J'ARCH 28, 1922 Subscription $1.60 Per Year MP Press Reports Are Erroneous National Policy Committee Has Decided to Reaffirm Action Taken Convention .Regarding Suspension CLEVELAND, O., March 25. In a statement lor the MARION DAILY REPUBLICAN mado here today, Hugh Willis of Herein, 111., member: of thepolicy .committee' flaid that the international Policy committee or tho United Mine Workers had decided -to reaffirm the action taken by the International convention wllh . reference to suspending operations, on April first. "Press reports have quoted Presi dent Farrington wrong," said Mi:. Willis,' "in saying that Illinois miners threaten to settle separately. In order to comply with the Illinois agreo- - ment, the joint executive boards 'of the miners and the operator will mee prior to April rtrst to arrange a date for negotiations in Illinois. This does not mean an agreement will be i consumate...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 March 1922

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY", MARCH 28, 1922 HARM SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. Wv O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year ..$ .75 .,.1.60 , All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post ' office at Marion, jecond class mail matter. Illinois, as THE WATER ROUTE TO THE OCEAN The present plans for getting a water route for the products of the west to. the ocean by way of a canal to connect with the St. Lawrence river is meeting with opposition from New York city because it would send products ot the great section to the markets of the Atlantic coast, of Europe and South America without their going thru the New York gateway. Manufacturing News expresses the sentiment of the west and calls attention to the selfish motives of the astern metropo lis when it says: "New fork does not ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 March 1922

TUESDAY; MARCH 2S, 1922 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE BAD FIRE AT SCOTTSBORO One Residence Is Total Loss Barn Also Destroyed on " ' Thursday. ,- and , -Thursday morning the home of Wal ' ler Broshear was destroyed by fire and a barn belonging to Reverend J. L. Browning was also lost. The house a two room affair, was valued at a little less than a thousand dollars and was owned by Maude Oakland. It - was a total loss as was $600 worth of new furniture that Mr. Broshear had Just purchased. The building had just been redecorated inside and out and was a- very neat little cottage. The fire is thot to have originated from the explosion , of a stove. Reverend Browning's car was saved with difficulty and he lost about CO bales of pea nay which was stored in the barn. The property was located at Scottsboro. o , WITH THE OLD SOLDIERS fe f AT CREAL SPRINGS. ft K James W, McBi-tde. , (By D. H. sarnwell.) . Samuel McBride, the father of our subject, was born in Ireland and came to tills obu...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 March 1922

ft i'HE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, MAIICH 28. 1952 PAGE FOUR PAST MASTERS IN DEGREE WORK First Annual Past Worshipful Masters' Night Will be Largely Attended April 1. . The First Annual. Past. Masters' Special Meeting of Fellowship Lodge, No.-89, A. F. and A. M will bo held at the Masonic Temple in Marion on Saturday April 1. This promises to be one of the most "interesting sessions ever held in. recent years by this strong fraternity and is a.fitting tribute to the men who in years gone by devoted their energies to the upbuilding of the fraternity. Invitations have been extended to m mbers of every Masonic Lodge in Soul horn Illinois and a record breaking attendance is expected. The attendance will be largely increaseu from the fact that April 1 is the annual holiday among ,the miners in roeopnilion of the introduction of the Uight Hour Day. According to the records, Fellowship Lodge has had 24 members fill the honored chair of Master and in turn have been exalted to tlio high hon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 31 March 1922

i ? r ; I ; I ; i i - . x v-' "". THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSOv COUNTY Vol. 46 No.' 348 MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1922 Subscription $1.60 Per Year ONE PRISONER ESCAPES AND ANOTHER SHOT Sheriffs Son Runs from v Jail to City Hall ' For Help. THAXTON WAS BADLY INJURED Coroner's Jury Exoneres Officer Freese " of Death. - To protect the name of Williamson county and prevent an attempted . wholesale delivery, Sheriff Thaxton battled with 13 prisoners In the jn.il Sunday evening for nearly ten nitn utes while his-12 yejir old son, 'Ralph Thaxton, ran from the jail to the city hall to obtain help. As . a result of the fight, one prisoner, George Wilson, 18, is dead; one prisoner, Dent Hinkle, 25, is at liberty and Sheriff Thaxton is badly bruised and has a severe gash in the top of his head. The sherlif believes that about eight of the 13 prisoners in the runway took an active part intho fight which was started by Wilson and Hinkle. Wilson, the dead man, struck the first...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 31 March 1922

PAGE TWO MARION SEMI-WEEKLY THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAlSLtJY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year All subscriptions payable In advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at second class mall matter. WHAT SOME BIG MEN ARE SAYING: "The history of the American Republic furnishes an instructive example of the per petual conflict between the forces of ideal ism and the forces of selfishness." Bryce's Modern Democracies. "The Church ' of Jesus throughout the world must not only refuse to be a party to war, but it must cultivate am international spirit. If some little, half-civil jzed jingo nationalist calls that treason let his squeaking voice make the . most of it." Geo. H. ParkinSon. "We want. and must have free and untrammeled discussion. .Without it, there is no guarantee of success or safety in the settlement of l...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 31 March 1922

PRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1922 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER 'PAGE THREE STATE FUNDS - DISTRIBUTED County Superintendent of 8chooli J. W. McKinney Make Distribution, J. W. McKinney, county superin tendent of schools, has - Just com pleted- the distrlbuttonof the stiite , school funds for Williamson county - His report is as follows: Balance from last year..,.$ 7.92 Reed, from state audi tor ... 86,736.50 'School -fund Interest 653.58 Total 487,398.00 The fund has been distributed to 20 "township treasurers" on basis of children under 21 years of age. There are 29,432 children . in the county and the percapita rate was $2,969. The state fund last year was only $52,107.89 and thisear it has increased nearly a third diw to the $8,000,000 appropriation by the state legislature. The distribution ond the number of pupils follows: Township Pupils Blairsvllle .4,451 Herrin ,..7,726 Lake Creek 4,880 Corinth 387 . Carterville .2,742 East Marion f 636 Marion Sc'l Dis. . .4,347 Amount $13,215.0) 22,938.49 . 1...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 31 March 1922

lfSEMI-WEEKLY LEADER "vFltrDAT; MAftCff S1, 1922 PAGE FOUR HORSES GIVING AWAY SLOWLY Automobiles Even Forcing the Horses Out of the Old Favorite Stalls. The building materials for the erection of the big garage on lite Marion Supply Company's lot fronting on oNrth Madison street hi the rear ol their East Main street store are now being hauled and work upon the ' building is expected to start soon by the Jolly-Gill Company. The erection pf this new garage on this particular site is just another repetition Of the same old story for on this lot where num. will soon shelter their flivvers not so many ' years ago stood a place win-re men hired horses to do their traveling about the country with. In the days before the automobile with Its necessity lor speed cops, gasoline stations and other things, ar- . rived, the court house yard was the favorite parking plaee only they did not say "parking" in those days, they just tied their horses to the fence that surrounded the court house, am. le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 April 1922

t;yn8!S UMM5Y "' MAR ER THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 348 MARION, ILLINOIS.. TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1922 Subscription LM Per lui HIGH WATERS IN THIS CITY Th r k of Starting a Fe.-ry Boat cn West Main StreetMail Delayed.. ' . It was not necessary to ro to Me Ucpolis on Wednesday u," Thursday to gee the high waters aa we had plenty of high water here at home, The constant rains filled our streets and overtaxed the sewers to such an extent that they could not carry off the large volume of water. On West Main street at Court It became s0 deep that many were Joklne about the nossiljilities of estabto cover his route and others were prevented from carrying their entire route, because of the downpour. The river at Cairo had fallen a foot at noon Wednesday and was still falling. The official forecast said that If the rains were not unusually lianvv tliov wmilft lint ehefV tllfl fin. : Cline. The river was again on the raise at Thebes on Wednesday and prob ably hit a ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 April 1922

TUESDAY, -APRIL 4, M22 rAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Kditor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months -75 Pr Year 1-50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will bs topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered' at th post office at Marion, lecond class mail matter. Illinois, as AND A GOLDEN AGE OF WASTE. Hamilton Holt, head of the "Woodrow 'Wilson Democracy," whatever that is, declares that the Wilson administration constituted "the golden age of American statesmanship." Well, we must admit that there were some things in the Wilson administration that' glittered, although we would hardly call them gold. There was "too pround to fight," "peace without victory." and "supreme sacrifice," for exam ple. There was the demand that the dip- ; fomatic service be made to provide places for men whose only claim was that t...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 April 1922

TCESDAY, APRIL , 1922 v r THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE - POLICE COURT NOTES. : :...,.- . 1 ' ' : J. McCormick and , George Davis were arrested by the police Thursday night charged with being drunk and disturbing the peace. They pled guilty in Police Magistrate Hunter's court and were fined $18.8 Oeach. G. G Kennedy pled guilty to a charge of drunkedness in Police Magistrate Hunter's court Friday morning and was lined $11.40. . o ' BUILDING PROGRESS. , The brick work on the two large new buildings at the Murphysboro Township High School 's practically completed. Plastertrs are busy In the Gym building and the wiring -is being done. As has been stated, the contractors have promised that the gym building will be completed in time for use for the commencement exercises this spring. FATHER FINDS RUNAWAY YOUTH James B. Workman, of Flora arrived In Marlon Thursday to take charge of his son Cornelius Workman who was arrested here recently atter having run away from' home. Young Workman...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 April 1922

VUtiSDA?; PAG FOUR rri22 iHE" SEMf-WEEKLY LEADER GOAL OPERATORS GIVE STATEMENT Refuse to Accept Blame for the Strike Which Start on Saturday. 1 The following statement la issued by the Illinois Coal Operators association from its Chicago office: The public will doubtless feel as do the Illinois Coal Operators that it is impossible to justify any further delay on the part of the minors in malting a start toward the negotiation of a new wage agreement for the continuation of mine operation In Illinois The Illinois miners' officials, however, still insist on the maintenance of the policy laid down by their na tional organization, nlch in turn de mands that as a first consideration and before any further steps may be taken looking to negotiations, in any state, their precise wish shall be complied with as to proper method to pnrsue. It ds frankly admitted by the miners that Illinois coal operators have not promptly and fully every obligation moral or otherwise, as well as every expresse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 April 1922

MAKIOK Semi-Weekly Leader THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 349 MARION. ILLINOIS, j FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1922 Subscription $.f0 Per Vwi rxrjmKcm BLEVINS KILLED AT HERRIN SATURDAY Charles Williamson is Held in County Jail for Grand Jury. Action. When Charles Williamson oulypaid' a portion of his board bill to 'Albert Blevins, whose niece he had married, the meu quarreled and JaUj--Blevins was stabbed to dea,th oh the streets of Herrin Saturday hight. Deputy Sheriff John Sehafer 'arrested Williamson at White Row on Sunday and lodged him in the county jail. Williamson gave his home as Kennett, Mo. The jury summoned by Coroner McCown was composed of John Stallena, F. L. Roberts, A. R. Heaton, Ira Jetter, Mohroo Hindman and Albert Storme. They recommended the holding of Williamson1. Mrs. Ica DaviB testified that she went to town with Blevins about 6:30 p. m. Saturday and met Charley Williams and that they then went to 16th and Madison streets and entered the "wine ro...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 April 1922

KA.GE TWO MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher! 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will te topped at expiration of time paid to Entered at the post ottice at second class mail matter. LETTER OF APPRECIATION. We have just received a secretary of the Hernn Retail Merchants Association expressing the Hernn for the booklet on hgypt, which has recently been issued by The, Marion Daily Republican. This booklet was published for the purpose of acquainting the national advertiser with the resources of Egypt and Williamson county. They have peen put out at heavy expense for the purpose of benefitting this entire section, the editors believing that if business ' can be brot this way that the leading daily of this section will get its share. The booklet is one that tells of our county, its resources, its cities, its bu...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 April 1922

FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1922 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE MAKING TRIPLE INVESTIGATION The Army, the Coroner and Prohibition Agents are Holding In- '.. quiries. . gpecinl to Die REPUHr.WAX-LEADElt OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., April .5. It is generally believed' here today that Former Supreme Judge J. P. Day will not .be tried for the murder' of Lieutenant Colonel Paul W. Beck, whom Day killed on Tuesday morning. A triple investigation Is being made today by the armyxboard of inquiry, the coroner and prohibition director Millard Meadows. Day, who admits killing Back accidentally and his wife, who were the only witnesses of the shooting, have refused to app.ear before any of the investigators. Mrs. Day gave her version of the affair today. She is confined to her bed, but stated that "My husband killed Beck because he attacked me. He was our friend and we had entertained him on many occasions. Each time he had called, previous to Monday, he had acted as a perfoct gentle man. Early Tuesday mornin...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 April 1922

HE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER rAlii IUUA . . -f ' FRIDAY, 'APRIL 7, 1922 GIVE "NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH" Junior Class of the Marion Township High School to Give Royalty Play. The Junior Class of the M. T. H. S. will present the three-act comedy "Nothing But the Truth," in the high school auditorium Friday nigut of this week. Tickets have been on sale all this week and the play promises to be one of the greatest successes, yet given at the high school. This play is a royalty play and one which has proven very popular as a high school entertainment as it has been given by severs... oil: or soul hern Illinois high schools this season. 1 is a rollicking comedy with many ridiculous situations that add lite to the plot of the play. The play centers aro.md the love affair of Bob Bennett and Owen Halston. Bennett together witn Hick Donnelly is a partner of Owen s tut her, au unscrupulous, stock bu yet. hen Bennett refuses to sell his mends, some worthless mine stock owned by the senior partner, Ralsto...

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