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

" A V; Ait I v. ,.;, - . THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLI AMSO v COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 355 HARI&ft, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1922 Subscription tl.nv tfee Ymi BtolOK SEMI-f t R PASTOR LAIRD DEFENDS YOUTH declares Police of Marlon Should go After Big Violator Before Arresting Skaters. Rev. A. M. Laird, , pastor of the First Christian church, in a stirring address Sunday night, took his stand . es the champion of the boys and g'rln ot Marion in their desire for clean, -, wholesomg Bport and denounced in vigorous words the attitude of the civil- authorities in permitting certain vtees to exist within the city which tear down character. The sermon subject was "The Man who Served God and Mammon." and he told of the Journey of ' Abraham and Lot in search of new pastures and the poor choice of Lot in selecting Sodum as a place in which t rear his four daughters; Pastor Laird declared par wits of today should be careful also la selecting surroundings for their children, as temp...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 April 1922

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PrtlPAY, A,tt M, 188J PAGE TWO MARION SEMI WEEKLY LEADER THE REPjLIBLICAN-LEAOER (Incorporate) Publishers, )03 Franklin' Street. '-Mrlett, Illiaeia. W. O. PAISLEY, EdttaVr. (43LDHAM PAISLEY, City tditor. For Six J"with Per Year' ....... All subacrtptloos payable la advaac. Paper will be topped aF expiration el ujtue paid to'iuuess renewed. Eutertsd at the pout lecond class mall matter. office at SPRING BLOSSOM TJie great prodigality of efforts to supply man with ?food and with shade from the heat of a 'scorching sun ia indicated with indisputable evidence by a glance at some of the trejes as they now appear; ; laden with spring ;t)lossoms. It is also self-evident that notnearly all of the blossoms with the if promise ever mature., If they, did a tree which bears countless fragrant blossoms wbiildnot be able to carry the load of mature fruit. It would be a strange provision of nature that all the apples born on a tree should mature and, dropping to the ground, ...

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

FRIDUY, APRI. 8$, 1323 THE SEMLWEEKtY LEADER PAGE THREE PLAYGROUNDS .. ARE PLANNED Boy Scout Movement is Given Start Two Leader are Appointed. The Civics-Agriculture' Bureau -of tbe Greater Marion Association met in regular meeting in the association rooms in the city hall Tuesday night. Dr. J. W. - Cummins was elected to the board of directors of the bureau for the 1922 term. -, President Hudgens stated that W. B. Hughes and J. 1A. Gaskill had offered the bureau the use of several large lots in the city as baseball ' diamonds for the youngsters of the districts In which the lots, were lo cated. ijr. cummins was appointed chairman anl William Crawford and maine fearce, members of. a commit . tee. to meet with a like cemmittee, from the Womens Club and the Clio Club toarrange a meeting with the city , eomniiBsfcmers and the -mayor for the purpose "of securing the' partial use of the two city parks for recreational purposes and to establish -. playgrounds on the same. The commit tee w...

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

HE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER fMPAY, APRIL 28, l9Jt COMMENCEMENT At JOHNSON CITY Elghty-Flve Eighth. Grader arc Receive Diplomat on Friday. to JOHNSTON CtTY,- April 25. Special) The Johnston City eighth grade commencement will be held on Friday evening at the Township High school building. ' There will be 75 gradual. Horn th local school and ten will graduate from the rural schools near here. Tho9e compleing the eighth grade work in the rural schools are: Raymond Dean,, rhompsonville, R. F. D. Edward Forcum, Johnston C'ty. Ray Hedge,' Johnston City, R. F. U. Arval Smith, Mat-ion, R. F. D. Eddie Rains, Johiston City. ' Pete Rublnelli, Johiston ftliy,, R. F. D. ' Helen Samples, Marion, R. F. D. Catherine Woodnrd, Johnston Ctiy. Virgil Frye, Johiston City. , Olive Barham, Johnston City. 1 The class address' will be given by County Superintendent of Schools, J. W. McKinney. The' program is1 announced to begin at 7:30 p. in. County Superintendent of Schools J. w. ' McKinney annouces the follewlg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 2 May 1922

7 THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY MAIUGft, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1922 Subscription $1.50 Per Year '.Vol."46 No.- 356' . ' "' ' ''-j ..' .- ET SPENGE SANDERS MAY NOT DIE Man Who'is Said to Have Shot Dan Needom Was Still Living on . , Friday. ' CREAL SPRINGS, April 2'8. (Special) This vicinity is greatly s.tirred on account of a murder and attenipted suicide, committed ..a. 'few .miles south of Creal Springs In J-ohn-son county late Wednesday afternoon. Dan Needom in dead, supposed at the hands 61 Spence Sanders,-who it is believed killed him with a shot gun the force of the shot .tearing away part of the head. Death was evidently Instantaneous. This occurred in front of Sanders home. . .. - - : "NAfter firing upon Needom, Sanders evidently went to the rear of "his ; home and shot himself above the left eye, inflicting a Wound, which it wa3 thot at first would cause his death, but today doctors believe he" will be saved. , " Both men were married and leave a wife an...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 2 May 1922

t. PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER ;' TUBSRAY, MAT 8. lm- MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher!. JOS Franklin Street. Marion. Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Fer Year . .$ .75 i . Entered at to post office at Mariju, IlUnuia second class mail matter. . THE SAGE OF THE SENATE. , Senator Henry Cabot Lodge 'characterizes as "important if true" the rumored stories of opposition that is develo2ing in Massachusetts against his re-election this fall. It is indeed important, not only to - Massachusetts but to tha whole nation, it there is a real danger threatening Mr. Lodge's return to the Senate. As Chairman of: the Foreign Relations Committee, Senaforces in the Senate who successfully defended the nation against those who sought tor Lodge was the leader of the Republican to fix the league of nations covenant upon the country, and he rendered scarcely less effective service as one of the fou...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 2 May 1922

tpgsPAn. mat i im 1MB 8EMI.WEZKJLY LEADED BURGLARS ENTER GRISIIAM HOME Clothing and Family Photo While Family Wat ; Away. Stolen Burglars entered the home Frank Orisbam at 204 North Liberty street Friday night while the family was away and carried off three suits of clothes together with other articles of clothing. The burglary Is thot by the family to have taken piace netween 7:30 and 8:30 p. m. as no one was at home at that time. The front door of thel house had been left unlocked and the thieves orob- ably entered at the front-as the rear door to the house was locked. Among the things taken were three suits and extra fair of trousers, a bat several vests and a pair of Mrs. Qrieham's shoes. Seven photographs of relatives were also stolen with the clothing. s Neighbors across the street from the Grisham home reported seeing two men hurrying from the neighbor hood In direction of the I. C. depot aDout tne time the burglary occurred, According to the reports the men car ried a large ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 2 May 1922

YHS SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER fvmpAfi may , ms SELECT MARION REPRESENTATIVES Elimination of Intellectual Contestants for Annual Egyptian Meet . ' J ea'ne. The rrellmlha'ry' elimination contesta to select . Marlon's representatives n the Southern Illinois high school intellectual contest at West Frankfort May IS began at the M. T. jU. S. Wednesday morning. The students selected 'Wednesday are to appear Tuesdayof . next week In the final contest '"'from which the one representative in each event will be chosen to go to West Frankfort. Wednesday morning the contest humorous readings was held when Robbie Lee Str.oud and Huth Turner selected aa e; two girls to go Into the fln.ile. T)e.. other girls m the contest were Pauline Brown r.nd Margaret iJine.'.the latter having been Marion's representative last, year. The girls interpreted the following readings: Miss Siroud, "The Slow Race", Miss . Lane. "Tom Sawyer's Courtship," Miss Turner, "The Bear Hunt" and "Miss Brown, "Priscilla's Wedding."; Fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 5 May 1922

4 I Weekly l THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILUAMSON COUNTY Vol. 4C No. 357 mjlrio), Illinois, Friday, may 5, 1922 , Subscription 91.50 Per Year Marion , . 1 (".'. : v MINERS 111 OTHER DISTRICTS ARE WORKING SAYS WILLIS Contract Was Signed by Operators and Miners in Western Kentucky District arid Must Have Had Approval - of President John L, Lewis from Indications. "The -Illinois miners will 'Jave to ; set) in order to protect thelr.own interests," declared Hugh Willis' of Kerrln, In an interview with g. RE- . PUBLICA'N-LEADER, reporter. Mr. WHIM' made that reply, in answer to a question us to what would be the attitude of the Illinois miners In view of the fact that the Western Kentucky operators and miners and the Tennessee operators and miners, had negotiated separately, evidently with the sanction -.' of President John ' L. Lewis of the United Mine Workers International organization, ; and contrary to the order "'.of the"' national . pokey committee of the miners union. -Mr. Willi...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 5 May 1922

V PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER 'FRIDAY MAY 5, 1922 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 franklin Street. Marion. (UiuoU. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY. City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Month far Year .75 1.1)1) All subscriptions payable in advance, Paper will be .topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Snured at the post iccond ciaas mall matter. office at Marion. Mlinoig. its WHAT SOME, BIG MEN ARE SAYING. The highest value of the Washington treaties lies in the attitude of mind which they portray, and if they are ratified by us in such a way as to show reluctance they will lose half their worth." President Lowell of Harvard. .. '"The United Stales has adopted toward the world the policy of George Washington, not a policy of dictation, coercion or imperialism, but, of co-operation and helpfulness and of faith in the sanction of the universal conscience of mankind." Vice President Coclidge. SUCCESSFUL ONES. ' "...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 5 May 1922

I 1 . v. Page threA fHE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER , FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1322 DRAWING CONTEST IS IN PROGRESS School Boys and Girls are Competing for Best Drawing of uto- ' V mobile. , ' ' ' V " '',.' ' In conjunction with, trie ' Williamson ' CeWy Auto-Show which will be held In this city all next week there will be a drawing contest for the school boy, a,hd girls of Marion. To every amateur artist, this will afiord a chance to compete for the ten dollars In gold prizes. All the boys and girls have to do Is to go to their local dealers and obtain catalogues of the cars that they wish to draw. Take , the catalogue home, aud sit down in your library and study the designs, that you wish to copy. Use pencil or pen and make I a side ew drawing, do not use lniIpression paper. Usm your compass and ruler and make a neat side view drawing of, the car or truck of your choice. After you have finished your drawing write your name and age ' and also your street address In the upper right hand corner of the s...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 5 May 1922

j PAGE KOUK SECRETARIES OF EGYPT TO MEET Organization It to be Formulated at Meeting Held at Benton Wedneeday. General Secretary C. R. Edrltfgton of the Greater Marian Association, accompanied, by Mrs. Edrington 'and Mrs. Mildred Yulll, Secretary of the Herrin Retail Merchants . Association, went to Benton Wednesday tb attend a meeting of the secretaUes ,of Mer chants and Commercial Organizations from: Southern illthuts. , The meeting is called for the pur pose of laying plans for closer co-op oration between the various towns and cities in the Southern end of the state in association matters and mil ters of community interest, n The secretaries of the state have a very live organization but do not meet often enough and the meeting: are usually held in the northern pari of the state.. The plan down in Egypt is to meet often and c'ispose of prob lems peculiar to this section of Hli nois. . '-r O i . , EUROPEN hotel sold, I. 0. Swan has just bought that part of the large Cole building...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 9 May 1922

MARKJN XT' a irfciL THE HOME PAPER. OF MARION AND WILLIAMSO N COUNTY Vol. .46 No. 358: :K 1 T MARION, tLUNoia. TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1922 HUNDREDS OF WOMEN HERE FOR DISTRICT CLUB MEETING Three Hundred at Reception Given at Elks' Home on . Thursday Evening Friday Meetings, - -x at Orpheum Theatre. The annual meeting of the 25th district of the Illinois Federation of Womens Clubs In' Bession Friday, with hundreds of- club women from all over Southern' Illinois in attendance and past state president, Mrs. W..H. Hart of Benton, as the honor guest. On Thursday the board of the district met at the home of Mrs. Paul nnlp. who has been very active, in the preparation for this meeting. At' night the visiting women wore guests at a reception at the Elks home. The entire home was turned over to Vhe club women for the evening'. Baskets of sweetpeas and Miles and box trees and box elders furnish the principal part of the decorations. The Methodist Symphony Orchestra tinder the: direction or Professor ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 9 May 1922

' 1 ,1 1 r- ' THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEASER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street , .! Marion, Ulluola. v .' , w. o. paisley, Editor -. OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: r Per Six Months .. ." :... .76 Per Year 1.B0 .,- All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will te stopped at .expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Sntered at the post Kcoad class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, as WIUTOME BIG MEN ARE SAYING vV'The'ereaT cixilizations of ih world! ..ueijime that the continuity of learning shall j willing; to pay for it with faith, work and co WHAT SOMfe BIG MEN ARE SAYING. "Civilization! You build your, king dom on corpses. You have the iorce which damns t ight. You are not o torch but a conflagration. Whatever you touch you consisme.'Radindranath Tagore. "It is too much to hope that thoga superb impulses of high spiritual purpose which possessed our entire nation during the istj war may once more s...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 9 May 1922

TUESDAY, MA' MAM. fHE SEMl-WEEKLY LEADER MRS PAUL COLP ELECTED u i DISTRICT CLUB PRESIDENT Next Meeting of District Federated Clubs is to he Held at Carbondale Resolutions Were Adopted in the Afternoon. The annual convention of the 25th 'district Illinois Federation of woman's e lubs closed Friday, afternoon wth 'ihe election of officers and the aeloci ,,on of Carbondale for the next meetlDMrs Paul Colp of Marlon was ' unanimously elected president for the coming year, not a s!Dle vote being ZTt for any other candidate. Mrs. rolo is the retiring district chairman have better schools' and better teachers. . ' I am not laying that our teachers are not the best that can be obtained, but teachers should have an excep tionally good education. Also the law makers of the United States should have a college educatiou. I hope and pray that in the next year before we meet again, that there will be an entire change in the schools. I also hope that every member of the dif- HUNDREDS OF WOMEN HER...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 9 May 1922

HE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, MAT 0, J022 n : .. ... , - ... . . '.J-.Ji.-Tj IB PAGE FOUR jj-j.A'hu1. BOARD MEETING AND LUNCHEON Painting, papering, repairing and fencing of the residence and premises of F.' M. Barnwell and wife have piven the entire lay out a most pleasing appearance. Miss Ida Blackburn of St. Louis i nas oeen enjoying a vi'L Here wuu - .-. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Black Visiting club women, debates aiid!,btm;n' xilfast 'ew f ? vl f . iin'nl. pa.io,.o ! "ted. relatives in Harrisburg beforf Luncheon Given at the Happy Hour Tea Room and Board Met , . With Mrs. Colp. , t 4 ' ' " " CREAL SPRINGS. . " - DYKERSBURG. . PULLEY'S MILL. lUO I ItllO I LflOIlll NOT SETTLED Womens Clubs In the 25th Congressional district, gathered in Marion Thursday for the annual meeting frying held Thursday and Friday. The 'inniinl maiillni, AhAnail utth n dainty luncheon served at the H.pp,! "' Un,, la. t-nnn, fn Iho mnn.Ko f See nlS.BISUT, 11S. XSOl Hour tea room for the members of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 12 May 1922

7 FMKlOli sEMi-W EEK LY i THE HOME J'APER OF" m AM ION AND WILLI AMSO N COUNTY nEADER it-No. 359 N WON AT M KEMDREE MEET u t H 8, Students Took Both Ml telitetual and Track fcventa Saturday. . The Marlon Township High school ;rck and Intellectual contestants who presented Marlon In the Fifth Anual Interscholastic meet at McKenatm College Saturday returned to Maril Sunday night, with the trophies . reoresentlng first place In both athletL and intellectual. Marlon won the track meet held at Hypes field in the .fternoon by only one point with a total of 19 to 18 for Carlinville. The next highest point winners were Olney 18, Centralia 11, Murphysboro 10, widPlnckneyville. 8. Marion won the Intellectual held in the college chapel Saturday night by a margin of 10 to 10 Centralia being second aud Murnh'ysboio third with 9 points. Marlon's trophies from the meet inIn athletics, shield for first in intellectual, individual loving cup award to Wallace of Marlon for most points scored in athle...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 12 May 1922

MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. , Marion, Illinois. ' , W. O. PAISLEY, Editor t OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. . SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months 75 Pr Year;..;. ..V. .'. 150 . t v All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will te stopped t expiration of time paid to -unless reuewi d. Entered at the post second class mail matter, office at Marion, Illinois, as HAMMER AND SAW AT WORK. "The noise of the hammer and saw is increasing," says the American Lumbarman, which is a kind of racket Americans can stand a lot of without getting seriously on the nerves. For the first time in many months the Production of lumher sinrf rho first nf tha year is exceeded by the orders placed, which is a good sign for ail concerned, and there is more pleasure than pain in the Lumberman's report that "an occasional complaint is heard that cars are becoming difficult to secure."; Ii has been so long sinco the term "car shortage'' has been he...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 12 May 1922

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREB i s Moil of laii ytat'i Aai li Ion In grade or anrfmusfy. Chotct,prlnu, Enierpriie quality vheal it tcorc and eoito a tig pnmtum. Bui vt tull um no othtr e 9lU nol foaiht quality of Enttrprtit Strawberry shortcake again! II u O F all the delicacies cpntriverl bv the art of women, the most delicious -is strawberry shortcake. .. .-. Ripe, luscious berries between layers of light, crisp shortcake such as only Valier's Enterprise""" Flour can make thatis something to dream about! The delicate, distinctive flavor, of the fine, strong-gluten hard . wheat from which Enterprise Flour is milled amd the sweet- ' ness and tang of the berries ; melt, into one harmony of taste (that goes straight to the right spot. Be sure to make enough and don't worry about the baking. Enterprise Flour never varies in quality, so it never causes 'a' failure. - P. S. Valier's EnturprU Flour h concentrated itrength. Eight or even 1cm cup of Enterpnee go far a nine of ordinary fl...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 12 May 1922

PAGE FOUR - FMPATr mat , my W. F. BUSHONG SPOKE TUESDAY Committee Appointed to Confer With the Coal Belt Electric Railway. AWARD ROAD SLAB TO BENFON All of the Work Will be Under Governor's Mmiximtim Figure , ' Per Mile. t f '.' l .' CREAL "SPRINGS. PAL.20. ' - ' Bert Callu Died at . .rierrin w w ecu HEREIN.. Mav 8. Bert Callls of Beinie Coonts of near Crab Or- - Bill Ivy, who has been sick for" the- "Us city passed away at the. family chard waa hers Mnr.riav hiv.n den. nast few riava with thrnat trnuhla lesiuence uu mumi .iu " The Greater Marion Association met Tuesday evening with a fair attendance, considering the number of i. counter attractions. Otia Williams presided at the meeting in the absence, Chairman Ed. M. Spiller. Resolution were drawn giving a vota of, thanks to Drs. Leonard, Nausa and Winner qf the State Department, of Public Health and their assistants, Rev. Dr. J. W. Cummins of the First Methodist church, the news- . papers of Marion, Prof, C. J. Ramsay, . the teac...

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