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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 June 1922

1922 J0H5 iukb eiee j iBBBBei dBMn THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSO N COUNTY Subscription $1.50 Pf.r Year MAJUON, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 392 Vol. 46-N0.366 "7 I HERRIN PAROCHIAL COMMEGEMENT Proaram and Graduation Exercise of St. Mary's Parochial 8chool to be Held June 4. , HERRIN, June 1. The annual entertainment given by the pupils of St Mary's parochial school will be given at the Hippodrome Theatre Sunday, June 4th, at 7 s 30 p. m. The graduation exercises will be held at the church this year. The program' will be given Sunday, June 4th at 9:30 a. m. as follows: Graduation March. High Mass, music and singing by male choir. " : '; Song by graduates. Salutory Antoulette Calcaterra. 'The Heavenly Song" vocal soloMiss Rosetta Campiglio. Valedictory Rosa Merlo., Address and presentation of . diplomas and Palm , awards Rev. H. Senese. Awarding of Gold and Sliver medals, presented by the K. of C. Council to the best pupil of the 7th and 8th grades. , ' Farewell song Graduates....

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 June 1922

PAGE TWO th SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER' , V "TUESDAY, JUNE t, 1923 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Kditor. 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, Illinois, second class mail matter. IS HISTORY BUNK? "History is bunk," said Henry Ford ana ne nas been joined in his statement by a number of disgruntled persons who do not find that history just suits them. In connec" tion with this discussion the students in the Medill School, of Journalism have prepared a group of editorials on the subject. One :if these by Miss Elizabeth Chapman-which was written under the caption of "Measure the Man, we print below : "The evil that men do lives after them the good is , often . interred with their bones." Quite" the rever...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 June 1922

TifESfcAT, JUNft MM HIE SEMI-WEEKLY I.E.DEk PAGE THREE THIRD HIGH SCHOOL SHORT STORY L-: : - 1; surely tot LHad to lib , A Gypsy Paradise. (By Thelma Pillow.) Goshen, Indiana, Is a beautiful little old city containing about six thous and people., in fmmmer me siaieiy oak trees whisper beautifld messages to the equally stately old houses which dumbly promise eternal secrecy. The quiet parks and the daily, (and even yearly steadiness of the bwy people make, extremely quiet, beautiful resting place for tired travels who happen to know of the place. just on the outskirts of the town Is a large park which contains Just pnouEh trees to make it cool und inviting on sultry summer days. The grass Is soft and thick, and a tiny stream of clear water trickleB musically into a placid lake a short distance away. This is an ideal spot for the camp, of the roving tribe of the earth, and indeed, it is lar irom being uninhabited. n;ariy in April, as soon as the days begin to grow warm, the mysterious...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 June 1922

PAG2 FOUR GOOD ADDRESS hlV ";V COMMENCEMENT Dr. R. L. Lyman Delivered Splendid Lecture to Largest M.. T. H. S. .Graduating Class. " The First Methodist church was crowded to capacity Thursday night when Dr. R. L. Lyman of the University "Of Chicago delivered the class address to the sixty members of the 1922 graduating ciass of the Marion Township high school. The address was a splendid one and Dr. Lyman Impressed his audience with his powertui aiciiou ana luiimm ' t ons. The class clad in caps and. .rnwna mnrcliert Into the auditorium with Mrs. Jennie R. Hentz playing rhe organ. Dr. A. E. Prince gave the Invocation after which Ray Ciowcll, rnienip oft e graduati8 sane "Invictus." Principal Arno Brat - sane "invictus. -rineiyai ten then introduced the speaker of me evemus. , ..'J nr. Layman auuou(u:eu iuui theme of his address was taken from ?.n 0lLEDEU,Sl1 aint!g, l Millie iiandkins of Paulton has been ! Miss Hazel Pyland'oV Simpson is Met Themselves. ed " I farming in the outskirt...

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

MOKsE THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILUAMSON COUNTY MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1922 Subscription fl.50 Per Year Vol. 10 No. 367 IMPROVEMENTS AT COUNTRY CLU PROMINENT CITIZEN DIED IN ST. LOUIS .YOUNG ELOPERS MARRIED HERE TO START ON BIG TUBERCULOSIS SKETCH OF NEW STEEL GRANDSTAND AT FAIR GROUNDS GRANDSTA mA Ja s afesseli V sltisal! iillntl Ma mJ ; alls Swimming Pool Now Closed While Director are Having Same Enameled and Improved. The swimming pool at the Marion Country Club has been closed for several lava by- order of -the Board of lectors who are making extensive improvements on tuu b'"- ; he pool was first constructed It was left in the rough concrete but now a s being completed by giving the nterloi a beautiful coat of white enamel. New dressing rooms are also being constructed and the new pool will not be excelled by any In the St A6'new landing dock for the boats is among the improvements and stone steps to the boat landing. A large boat house of capacity to care for all...

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

TWO, flARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. ; Marion. Illinois. W. 6. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: er Six Months f .75 Per Twr 1.6 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 mail matter.1 Will Help in Fight on Tuberculosis. At the meeting on Monday of the Williamson County Home Bureau and of the organization whkh has handled the stamp sales and other anti-tuberculosis "work thru the county against the white plague. The work heretofore has been along educaational lines and County Superintendent McKinney has been able to get good results. It is now to a stage where it can be extended, and Prof. McKinney, the Home Bureau and others interested have agreed to push the campaign. While their funds will be limited, it is where they can do some work now and by the time the next Christmas Seal sal...

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

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADEk . Page three t f T T ,T , ! CREAL SPRINGS. William Sulllna and others of Marion were motoring over our Btreets Monday. ' ' , , . The city streets are receiving a full round of grading and crossings leveled. A coat of dil Is soon to be applied. Brown of Marion was here' Friday to see Mrs. Moses Atwood, who has been on the sick list some time. Mrs. Alice Barnwell went to Marion Saturday on business. Henry Hood, of Anna was here Friday calling on the trade. Hartley Barger pf Marion wag calline on relatives here Friday. Mrs J. D- White and daughter, Miss Mildred shopped In Marlon Friday. , C "E Stout and daughters, Misses Hattie and Gaynell, of Ozark called on Rev. Barnwell and wile Friday. They bad been shopping In Marion. Mrs. Amos Taylor from Franklin, hid, came a few days ago to visit among relatives and friends. Mrs. Taylor was formerly Miss Covington. Mrs Isaac Moore visited her parents Mr. and Mis. Isaac Faulkner near Simpson over the week end and attended ...

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

PAGE FOUR lUE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY. JUNE 8. 1922 MISS GRANT WON STORY CONTEST Fifth and Winning Story Is Printed in This Issue Check Given Winner. Miss Alice Grant won the short story contest at the high school and a check has been given to Miss Grant by the REPUBLICAN-LEADER for her efforts. We offered a prize for the best short story produced by a member of the high school juuioi class. Over sixty stories were sum luitted and the teachers, Misso:; ChesVa Mitchell and Mary Whiteside, cut fiese down until only five v-r left and these five were then turned over to the REPUBLICAN, typewrit ten and with no clew as to who wroU the stories. We then selected Miss Stella Hut' son, Williamson County Home Ad visor, Mrs. Ed M. Sliiller and E. B. Jackson as judges aud they graded the papers individually, without the knowledge of each otherand without knowledge as to the author or au thoresses. Miss Grant, for writing "The Prize Story" received two iirst places and one second place In the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 June 1922

mmim mrrt 3M . v 4 k WEEKLY THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 4--No. 370 MARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1922 Subscription $1.50 Per Year MARION MAN HAS DISAPPEARED J. Leach Leaves Home of His Daughterf Police Search for Teamster. 1 - , u. Frieuds and relatives ol U. J. Leach nre much worried over his atraugc disappearance from the home of his daughter, Mrs.- Charles Woodard, 205 North Hamlet street some time Thursday morning. He was last, seen about 2 a. m. Thursday and.when the lainily arose at five they found that he had aiBappeafed. 1 t He had not been feeling well for ..several ays and they do not- know whether he may have become temporarily unballauced and wondered away, or whether perhaps he has met with foul play. At the time of disappearance tie wore a blue short and .overalls and it is not known whether he wore a hat. He Is about 6 feet, six Inches tair and very slight, weighing about 115 pounds. He bad sandy hair and ' moustache, slightly grayed. Any ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 June 1922

fAOiC TWO MARION SEMMVEEEY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marton, Illinois. ' W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor , OLDHAM. PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months . -r . v ...... '" 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will b .mWu at expirunon oi time paid to unless renewed Entered at tbe post Jecond class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois. HEN PROTECTION Under the Democratic tariff 1, ti,; country imported large quantities of fresh, frozen or dried eggs from the Orient eggs That mora vmnVinkl.. .1- - - Sis" r"wauy swu.en.ougn lor some u:, even u tney nad traveled far and long. 1 hose eggs were sold at a relatively low i me American market and helped to destroy the. market for the products of .i.icucan pouury yards- The new Repubjican tariff bill now pending inthe Senate, imposes a tax on importations of eggs not a prohibitive tax- but one sufficient to give the American producer a reasonal. degree of protection and...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 June 1922

GOVT TAKE OVER GOAL MINES Movement is Underway In the Sen ate for Seizing of all Mines In United States. WASHINGTON, D. C, June 9. It .. oovhIkiI today' that a movement la underway in the Senate to enact a joint resolution .aurnorizing ine r,..aairiBnt. to seize all coal mines in the strike areas. The movement was launched by former progressives recalling how ' President Roosevelt's threatened seizure, ended the 1902 sti'.ke. Senator Norria of Nebraska admitted that he had attended a meet lug discussing the move and -was considering the introduction of a resolution carrying the Idea into effect. , AUSTRIACRASH IS ANTICIPATED Czecho-Slovaki Has Been Notified to be Ready to Take Over Government. Special to KVVVBhtCAH T.TlAmaR VIENNA, June 9. With a monthly deficit of seventy-eight billion kronen Austria's financial smach Is believed to be at hand. According to reports from Prague, tha Supreme Council has instructed Checho slovakia, to be prepared to take, over a provisional mandate' f...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 June 1922

PAQE fOVH HE 3M1WEEKLY LEADER v - FUNERAL HELD FOR OTIS GLASS Popular City Official and Railroad Man Is Laid to Rest With Masonic Honors. Pythians Prepare For Great Parade ' The funeral of Otis Lee Glass, as Blatant division superintendent of the Coal Belt Electric division of the Missouri PacVtic R. R. and one of the Marion city commissioners, was held at the Christian church at 2:30 p. ni on. Friday when tne cnureh auditori . mu, the , lecture room and the gal leries were filled with friends and relatives who gathered from many points to pay their last tribute to the man whom they u.i loved andionor- ed. The Marlon Elks marched in a . body to the home and escorted the body to the church, the pall bearers being Raymond Bruce, James P Long, A. B. McLaren, George C. 'Campbell, E. B. Jackson and O. A. Morgan. The . floral offerings were i Thirty pieces. MT. VERNON, June 10 The Knights of Pythias expect to make the parade at its big district convention, June 14, one of the biggest and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 16 June 1922

. ..1 .1 u ! "" ' : s, f JUL THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILL1AMSO COUNTY "' . ' ,1 .. - Si. ,: .': MMok Semi-Wee w mm Y I.,.v. : ' u '' vol 46 No. 371 M'ARION, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, JUKE 10, 1922 Subscription $1.50 Fer Year CHILD DROWNED AT BLAIRSV1LLE Helen Moore Aged 12 Drowned In Big v'Muddy River on Picnic ;v' ; Sunday. Helen Moore, 12 years olJ (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Moone,;tf Johnston City, was drowned in , the Big Muddy river near Ulairavlllo Sunday while wading In the river with a girl companion who was rescued by her brother when the two girls went -under the water together. The two little girls were members of a party of picuicers attending the outing of the . Johnston City I. O. O. P. and be.'-ah 'lodges near Blairsville. Attempts to revive ine drowned girl with a pulmotor were in vain. " Coroner William McCown held the 'inquest at Johnston City Sunday afternoon and the jury found that the little girl came to her death by accidental drowning. The' jury was composed o...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 16 June 1922

1 ' 1 P PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1922 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher!. 103 Frauklin Street. - Marina, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: for Six Months .75 Per Year 1.69 All subscriptions payable in advauce. Paper will ba topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. ' Entered ut the post lecoud class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, as bill now before congress under which the present zone system is maintained and where the postage rate will be 175 per cent higher than before the war. The papers are now paying rates which are 325 per cent higher than before the war and which are out of proportion to the rates lor parcels post. GETTYSBURG TRIP OF DR. SOME COMMENTS ON LAW ENFORCEMENT. "The time for plain speech and drastic action is long overdue. That organization wnicli consents to or consmres in the pur chasing andtransporting of intoxicating liquors tor bev...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 16 June 1922

FitifAV, j warn, Mi GOVT. VIOLATES - VOLSTEAD LAW Adolphus Busch III Makea Charoe and Anti-saloon Man ueieng Government. rAuiMfiTON. D. C. Juna-14. The federal government today stands accused of violating the prohibition laws by selling intoxicants on Bhipnine board vessels The charge was ...,!. in n letter from Adolnhus Busch III ot St. Louis and at the same time representative uallivan, Democrat 01 Massachusetts, read a shipping board wine list to the House ot itepresema lives. . , Wayne Wheeler, counsel for th Anti-Saloon League denounced the let ... ao on nt tunic hv the brewers or the government in an effort to dis. credit prohibition. -Mr. Busch showed that after you had gone outside me three nine limit altho still on board government own. ,i ubkuhIs and United States territory and property, you can buy any kind of liquor you want, even Incltidinl American rye moonshine for 30 cants a drink, llalg ana naig is za cuius WASHINGTON, D. C, June 14. Chairman LUsker of the - Shippin...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 16 June 1922

PAGE FOUR 4l!E SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, JTJNg 1J, SUNDAY SCHOOL CIRCLE MEETING Ninth Annual Convention of Pinckney. ville District Held in Marion Church on Sunday On Sunday, the 11th 'of June, Zion Evangelical church on West Cherry street was the scene of much activity. The Pinckueyville Sunday School Circle held Its ninth annual convention aU Marion on that day. Soma of the guests arrived on Saturday night and were entertained by the various members of the church, but as the roads were good the majority arrived In automobiles on Sunday morning. At nine o'clock Sunday school commenced, during which Rev. Theodore Mayer of St. Louis addressed the Bible class and Rev. Wm. Weltge of Du Quoin the Good Fellows Hible class. Rev. Meyer also addressed the Sunday school proper emphasizing the necessity of untiring efforts to Increase nnt nnlv tha nnmhar4 hnt fllsn thft nf i flclnecy of the Sunday school. Rev. Klunge of Du Hols preached the morning sermon on the conven tion text, "Ye are my ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 23 June 1922

file's l:?jjr Marion KLY f i THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 373 MARION, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1922 Subscription $1.50 Per Year ,EADEK MAN SHOT NEAR GARBONDALE Three Hardware Svores in Herrln Were Raided on Wednesday Morning. Rumors in regard to the mine situation are flying thick and fast, anil verification iB with great difficulty. It is understood that no coal is 'teing mined by the Southern Illinois Coal Company today ,but the C. B. & Q. railroad reports pulling coal from the mine today ,that was n.'.ned yesterday . . ' Shortly after noon Wednesday a truck and touring car with strikebreakers was shot into from the roadway near Carbondale and one man was reported shot. Twelve men were 1 in the car at the time it was fired I upon state oflieialg of the mine company. Sidney Morrison of Chicago, auto driver was fatally shot and is now in the Carbondale hospital. 'Two others were shot, one being shot four times. This occurred about ten miles...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 23 June 1922

FAOE "TWO TH SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ier Six Months $ .75 Per Year 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at tbe post iecond class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, as SUN COOKING. All our heat comes from the sun, tho most of it indirectly. Cooking by an almost direct application of the solar heat is new. Last summer experiments were carried on at the solar observing station at Mt. Wilson, California, by a group of people from the Smithsonian Institution. Thoy succeeded in doing all of the cooking for the field party during the entire summer in this way, Dr. C. G. Abbott described the method as follow . "The apparatus consists of a parabolic v cylindrical mirror with a polished aluminum surface which focuses the sun's rays ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 23 June 1922

nit SEMI-WEEKLY LEADEk PAGE THKEK rmnAV, junbj it, mi G. M. A. FAVORS ORGANIZED LABOR Ed Stotlar is Elected ' Member of Board and Woodside Elected Vice President. At the . request of the Marion Trades Council, the Greater Marion association by its board of directors gave oiganized labor Its endorsement and ask tht'.r cooperation in thj ubpuiluing of Marion. The resolution adopted Is as follows: WHEREAS, , the Marion 8rades Council .has requested the Greater M a'ion Association to state their at titude In regard to organized iauor be it """ HEREBY RESOLVED,. That the Great'1!' Marion Association believes in collective bargaining and in tut full employment ot Organized Labor and believing that the Marion Trades Council and the Greater Marlon as sociatlon both stand lor the best In teresls of our city In every way, we promise to co-operate with them In all lawful ways and invite them to cooperate with us in making of Ma rion a bigger and better city in which to live, and iE IT FURTHER ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 23 June 1922

itlt SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE FOUR INVESTIGATE P. 0. APPLICANTS Civil Service Man and P. 0. Inspector MaKing Investigation in Marion. H T. Krauz of Washington, a rep resentative of the civil service commission and E. D. Howe of Michigan. a post office inspector, were lviauou visitors on Monday and Tuesday, investigating the qualifications of local candidates for the office of postmas. ter. They are making a tnoro canvass of the situation and their recom mendations will be made direct to ine commission and the commission will then submit the three highest names tn Congressman Denison for final se - lection and recommendation to Hard The local applicants in alphabetical order are: Willis T. Harris,-f rana; oj ijnir w R. MotsiUKjenMiia, mw - I er. Harry Peebles Sanders. and Lawrence ' i ' , STATE SPECIALIST IN COUNTY. . -..-,1.1.... Mis Margerv Haugn, state ciuuuub ...... Jr. iiviiv nf Illinois, i specialist oi me i;u..v..v, la snendinK four days in the county n.ifh thn W amsou county n...

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