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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 June 1922

Marion BABES THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY ! Vol 46 No. 874 . M'ARION,- ILLINOIS FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1922 Subscription $1.50 Per Year MAN WHO ESCAPED VERDICT GIVEN SUNDAY EVENING SOUTHERN ILLINOIS CIOL COMPANY MINE UNKNOWN DEAD BURIED SUNDAY TELLS HIS STORY Quit Wok When he Found It Wat rW-Union Mine Left Chel.( " In Herrin. The following story of .the experi ences of a man in the 111 fated South ern Illinois Coal .Mine Is clipped1 from ne Centralla Cornier: Local rolice officers picked up a iiian yesterday afternoon, who claim ed to have been a worker In the "strip" mine near Herrin, which has keen the scene of much rioif.ng in the last fe. days; The man was held at the police station last night and released this morning. He told the police he had left Herrin Thursday, after working in the mines from Satj urday toJWednesday morning. - AOevroing to me ponce, me uiau, whose n'ime they did not secure, said I he and the other tour men had quit 5 tl.eir jobs at the mine wh...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 June 1922

TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, JTJNB an, 1922 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months .75 Per Year ..... 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 jecond class mail matter. Marion, Illinois, aa A SAVORY MESS. The New York World remarks that "Harding and the Republican Congress have made a mess of everything." For instance, brought United States Liberty bonds up ixom 85 cents to 100 cents on the dollar; lifted a billion and a half of taxes from the backs of the people, negotiated international treaties under which our naval burden will be lessened for al ltime to come, restricted immigration so that American labor will have a chance at the jobs available in America; restored the railroads to private management where economics ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 June 1922

FRIDAY. 'JUNE 80, 1922 STATE EXPERT " GAVE ADDRESS Actual Value of Mother is Described Before Annual Meeting of Home Bureau. THE SEMIWEEKLY LEADEk FIRST PICTURES PRINTED IN WILLI AMSON COUNTY OF MINE TROUBLE PAGE THREE The annual meeting of the Williamson County Home Bureau was held at the Marion Carnegie Library Saturday. Ait this meeting eight units were present: Cambria, Crab Orchard, Lake Creek, Herrin, Paulton, Pitts burg, Johnston City and Marion, The meeting was called to order in the morning by Mrs. C. L. Baiar of Johnston City, the president of the Williamson County Unit. The Marion Unit and Lake Creek Unit gave their stunts inthe morning, when the business meeting was held. The meeting adjourned until afternoon. A so cial hour was spent at noon. . At 1:30 p. m. the meeting was agin called to order by the president and the Pittsburg Unit gave their stuuf, followed by the Johnston City Unit, and Mrs. Curtis Harris of .Dpkersburg gave a reading. The special Home Bureau Bongs ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 June 1922

PAQ1 FSt?8 SENATE CONFIRMS! JUDGE POTTER Senator W. O. hotter I Now U. District Attorney of District of Eastern Illinois. Judge W. O. Potter was confirmed as United States District Attorney for Senate on Friday and the judge Is the District of Eastern Illinois by the now ready to take up the work of that office. His nomination had beeu sent in ten days before by President Mar ding on the recommendation of both Senator McCormlck and Senator McKinley, and was acted on he first time the senate took up confirmations after the nomination had been made. The appointment of Judge Potter to the position is one which comes in recognition of his ability. He is now serving his second term as judge of the Marion City Court, having been re-elected without opposition, has served the district as state senator, Master-in-Chaucery for Williamson county and as corporation counsel for the City of Marion. He was a member of the legal staff of Attorney General Brundage tor four years, handling the inheri...

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

Marion if ' ft. i THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 47 No. 1 MARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1922 Subscription $1.50 Per Year w LY LIONS SCARED CORRESPONDENT Wild Story Sent About Hcrrin TussJJy Night Started from Booster ,'wieeting of Lions Club. One of the wildest stories which has been sent out regarding the riot which uuavi in the death o. tiie group o! Southern Illinois Cos'.l Com oany ecr.-Joyeea lu the wootu near uio 'Jjai Btlt power plant wi oist vnn.:!i i u.1 led trom an 'V3i..; 1 xTviH c jiit-.ir'onUent not b;U'.t able ti jiua'i ftand that a para.U, ba'i duet ai'.d s-utral good time hc.d iu coiincclio . with the crgunlzat'u;i o, a i.lous tub at Herein on 'lu-liy evening was not something no..:i&i;aii with the unfortunate affair of the pre-V.o:i-vJ-it. In this report It vis ih'h that a demonstration was n:H'l neainst the wounded patieuw iu I lie Herrin ho3,ltal. Tho organization was forc.e.l son1 ago and plans for Us formal institu tion on ju...

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

PAGE 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 Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ier Six Months I .75 Per Year 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. VILLA, SCIENTIFIC FARMER. In all the recent stories of threatened uprisings in Mexico, the name of one famous upriser, Pancho Villa, has been con spicuously absent. A recent dispatch from imrango explains. Villa is too busy farming to bother any more about revolutions. Talk about beating swords into plowshares ! Villa has beaten 1m guns into tractors. He is said to have one of the finest ranches in Mexico, and is improving it right along. More than that, Villa isimproving himself and his neighbors. He is learing to read and write Spanish and to speak English. He has est...

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

TtfESDAY, itjLY i, mi fHE SEMI-WEEKLY LEAD En PAGE THREE DR. J. B. MILLER CLAIMS A BRIDE Well Known Marlon Physician Admits He is Married But Frlendi Can't Prove It. Friends of Dr. James B. Miller are convinced that he Is a married man and even the doctor admits It but his admission Is a bit too frank, What his friends are puzzled about is whether ha and Mrs. Lynne Mae Dixon of Carterville were married last March or last Friday evening. Any way the doctor secured a marriage license at the county clerk's office Friday afternoon, June 30, 1922, with the avowed intention of petting married. Dr. Miller was an early caller at the County Clerk's office Friday morning and informed the young ladies in charge of the marriage license department that he would like to have "some papers fixed up provided he would abstract all right." However, immediate purchase was not his Intent. Oh, no! The cunning doctor was too sly for any such act as that which might be committed by some young and foolish p...

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

PAGE FOUR GOOD MEETING OF CIVIC BUREAU Activity for Public Nurse and bor Boy Scouts Given Additional Aid. The Civic Bureau of the Greatet Marion Association met in regular monthly session in the Association rooms in the city hall building on Tuesday evening. The Womans Club Cno Club, K. N. Club and Williamson County Home Bureau were well represented at the meeting. Mrs. H. L. Faubei, who Is chairman of the Civic Committee of the Wo mens Club, presented a plan whereaj a visiting nurse association could Ut formed in Marion. The question was. debated and it was decided to bend u wire to Anne A. Stevens, Director General of the National Organization for Public Health Nursing, which it, in annual convention at Seattle, Washington tliis week, to send a sec retary here for the purpose of out lining the program to be carried out by association in the formation of f. nursing unit for this city. As soon a Miss Stevens -sets a date a public mass meeting will be called so thai the National repr...

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

Marion Semi EAPEB SK J JL 1U THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY M ARION, ILLINOIS FRIDAY. JULY 7, 1922 Subscription $1.60 Per Year Vol! 47, No. 2 FAIR RAGES PROVED BIG DRAWING CARD ON THE FOURTH Thousands Witnessed Annual Race Event Given by the Williamson County Fair Association Afternoon Racing Closed With a Bicycle Contest. , A. large attendance greeted the annual Fourth of July celebration at the Williamson County Fair grounds Tuesday and the program Included a number ol good races. Because of the large number otentries In the 2:30 trot, that race was divided into two divisions, the purse in the 1st division going to Oneta Bell owned by Settle and to Ray McAston owned by Thompson in the second division. Thompson's entries won In all harness races with theexception of the '2: 25 pace,, George H. Goodman, Ray McAston and Col. Vigmond being his winning entries. There was a great deal of interest manifested in the bicycle race between members of the Herrin Athletic Club....

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

PAGE TWO mi mi-mtm LEASER fanny, ivw i, MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: eer Six Months I -'6 Per Year 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, jecond class mail matter. THEY MADE YOU FREE One hundred and forty-six years ago this Fourth of July, a group of "Down-East" Yankees put their heads in a noose by signing the Declaration of Independence. That document gave birth to the United States. It forever ended rule of Americans by kincs. To it you owe your political inde pendence and Republican self-government, When the Declaration of Independence was signed, July 4, 177i, the battles ot Lex ington, Concord and Hunker Hill had been fought and Washington had taken charge ot the Continental army. With that much of a s.art t...

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

WtffiA?, JBL? , lott THE SEMI-WEEKlY LEADEk PAGE THREE FOUR INJURED IN AUTO ACCIDENT Charles Barnett Suffered Serious III' juries in Accident Sunday . Afternoon. Charles aBrnett was seriously injured and lour others received various lesser Injuries when a Dodge auto mobile driven by Mr. Barnett collided with a car driven by J. S. Provart, near Cagle'g Park about 3 p. m. Sunday. The others injured were Mrs. Barnett, George Lesar, D. Jones and Miss Callie Logan, all of whom were occupants of the Barnett car. None of the Provart party were injured. Mr. and Mrs. Provart and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. William Cook and daughter of Herrin were in the Provart car which was just coming out of Cagle's park when the accident took place. Mr. Provart had driven out of the park on to the hard road and the car was standing still when hit by the other machine going west. The moving machine hit the rear of the other car and then turned com pletely over. The top of the car was demolished, the wind shi...

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

PAGE FOUR illE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER MARION POST OFFICE GROWS New City Carrier and New Clerk Add ed to Post office More Carriers Later. Because of the Increased business of the Marion postoffice, Postmaster Henyr Holland added an extra carrier and an extra office clerk to the post office force Saturday. With the completion of the present walkes in Mar ion, Mr. Holland expects to be able to add at least one more city carrier. During Mr. Holland's term ot office the receipts have doubled and nearly trebled, but during that nine years, he has only been able to add one carrier and one clerk, previous to this time. When he became postmaster Marion had just become a second class office and the receipts were about j 115,000 to $16,000 yearly. Now the re ceipts are approaching the $50,00d mark and it is believed will reach that amount, in time to transfer Mar Ion to a first class post office by tli end of the year. ,v The new carrier has been added to the business section, one carrier now taki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 July 1922

WEEKLY Li JUJU THE HOWE PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY - r 1 t ! MARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1922 Subscription $1.50 Per Year Vol. 47, NQ. 3 SMALL CHILD DIED SATURDAY Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brame . , Died After Short Life Filled J With Suffering. Willi j Joe Brame, the siJ months old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brame of Sou'U liberty street passed from life Saturday morning after much suffering. The little one who was born on Iebruary 4 has been an Invalid ("ce Mrth and for Severn' days had suffered a great deal. A little daughter, Margaret Imogene is left wjth the grief stricken parents. -f "Funeral services will be conducted from the home on ounday afternoon, Rev. A. E. Prince having charge of the services and music being furnished by the Baptist Ladies Quartet. Burial will be la, Maplewood ceme- G. I. P. S. GO. TO DEMONSTRATE Baking and CooKrr.g Demonstration to be Given Thruout the Coming Week. Local Manager C. V. Creighton of the Central Illinois Public Service C...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 July 1922

M4RI0N SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Kditor. .iM 9iUhWEKi.t lead? SUBSCRIPTION RATES: or Six Months Per Ye" iIbo All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will b topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, jecond class mail matter. over of capital -"makes possible) a quality ten cu a rcuuptta price. All energy, the scientist tell us, is matter in motion. All business, we know, is based on money in motion. And the public has learned to prefer the firms that promote activity by advertising. A BUSY BUSINESS. Being in the newspaper business means oeingDusy. 1 he work is never over with in a newspaper oilice. The news is never all in, the type is never all distributed, the mail is never all delivered before new news has to be handled, new types have to be set, new mails dispatched. When a person has a job in a n...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 July 1922

SECRETARIES OF EGYPT MET HERE Miss Edith Reynords is Elected Secretary-Treasurer to Fill Vacancy. The regular meeting of the Egyptian Secretaries Association was held jn the rooms of the Greater Marion Association in the city hall building Thursday afternoon. ; President C. R. Edriizgton called the meeting to order and Mrs. Mildred Yuill of Herrin acted as secretary. The Resignation of Mrs. Mildred Yu.Ul, as secretary-treasurer was read uud accepted. Mrs. ifuill was compelled to resign owing to the pressure of other activities. She has also resigned her position as secretary of the Herrin Retail Merchants Association. - . -. The .application for membership of Miss Edith Reynolds, office secretary of the Greater . Marion Association was read and upon motion she was admitted to membership. Miss Reynolds was then nominated for secretary-treasurer and was elected by acclamation. This action brings the home office of the association to Malion for the coming year and puts all tfce officer...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 July 1922

PAGE FOUR illfi SEMI.WEEKLY LEADER RED GROSS AIDED FLOOD SUFFERERS More Funds are Needed for Special Fund to Aid Farmers Get Back to Work Again. TUESDAY, JULY 10, mi Three-fourths of the counties of Illinois, as well as live states, have sent contributions to the relief fund for the care of thousands driven from their homes by the Mississippi Valley floods, who must be fed, or otherwise helped, for the next two months, until their lands get in shape to work, is the report of Central Division, American Red Cross to the local Red Cross officials here. The needs have by no means been met, even in Illinois, where nun dreds of farmers and their families along the southern Illinois bottom?, must be maintained until their crops are harvested, and must be turuish- j ed the necessary seed and feed. Hundreds of acres re now covered with water to a depth of two to live feet, making a corn crop, impossible this year. The problem in Illinois now is obtaining sufficient tunds to sup ply seed whea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 July 1922

CE3 I5K3 PAPER OF MARION AND WllUAKTOB COUNTY Vol. 47, No. 4 M'ARION, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1922 Subscription $1.50 Per Year JUDGE HARWELL Circuit Judge States That Special Grand Jury Wilt Not Investigate ., ; Recent Killing. In speaking with newspaper men this morning Circuit Judge D. T. Hartwell made the following statement to the newspaper representatives, which is self-explanatory: "I have, until now, refrained from saying anything upon the subject of the recent unfortunate affair, where. In several men were killed and others injured, near the mine of the, Southern Illinois Coal Company, located about half way between Marlon and Herrin. .v You gentlemen are here to gather and report "what ever transpires in the court and you are entitled to know that which is public information and there Is no desire on the part of the court to keep from you any in formation that the court can give you within the' limit of the law, and it might save you some time if I an nounce to you and th...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 July 1922

HARIOH SEMI-WEEKLY LEA'&ES THE REPUBLICAN. LEADER (Ineorpoialed) Puhlieher, 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois, V. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months . '. J .75 Per Year 1.50 All subscriptions j:iy : tl in advance. Paper will l.e stopped at expiration of time, paid to unless renewed. Eulered ut tin; post jecond class mail mailer. office at sC--KEEPS THEM OUT. There is plenty of criticism of the present immigration law, but the simple fact is that it keeps them out. The closer wo draw the restrictions around the admission of aliens the more frequent will be the com plaints against alleged injustice to wouldbe immigrants. It is safe to say that no immigration law that can be devised will work with satisfaction to all. The present act sets an arbitrary figure for each country, beyond which the number of immigrants in any one year can not go. It operates as a pretty effective barrier. SCIENCE HOPES SOON TO ELIMINATE DANGER O...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 July 1922

120 MARTIAL LAV III MISSOURI Governor Sayi That Men Can Quit Work Peacefully But Will Nor ' Allow Violation. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., July 11. Martial law has not been declared in Missouri merely because two batteries of troops have been sent to New Franklin, declared the Governor to day. , He said that troops would not be sent to other strike centers, as the men bad a right to quit work peacefully if they desired, but that where violations of the law, such as at New Franklin ; occurred, troops would be sent. In that city officials of the "Katy" were ordered to leave the city. Battery B of Columbia and Battery D of Boonville were sent to the scene of the trouble. ' : o 4 . : .. - PROBATE COURT. H The will of J. Y. Reid, deceased, was filed in probate court Monday morning. The will was admitted and Mrs. Ar na Belle Reid, widow of the deceased appointed executrix. . O i ; . ON FISHING TRIP. A party composed of Henry Norman, Albert Travelstead, Fred Travelstead, Charles Woodbridge, Bert An...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 July 1922

PAGE FOUR NORTHERN ILL. CROPS INJURED Too Much Rain in South But Not Enough in the Northern Half of State. SFKINCF1ELD, July 10. Extensive light to heavy ruius relieved the di cllaius coiiititouM of green crops over ceitral and southern sections of the state last week, according to the weekly report of the federal depart; meat of agriculture oureau here. Cooler weather waa a welcome relief to northern crops where all growths need rain. Except iu the north the condition or all crops has either been maintained or improved during the week. Rain delayed latin work iu the south. Torn altho planted late is near average for the state. Chinch bugs are tecoming less active, but the danger to the crop is not altogether past. Cultivation has progressed favorably. vV.rter wheat and rye harvests are pract'cally completed in the upper central ureas, and under way in the north. June drought and heat ripen cd ihee crops too rapidly and thresh Ing leturns from tho south show yields telow expectation...

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