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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 July 1922

MARION- W 7T 7 AJJ-JL TUa. PAPER OF KfARIOH AKD WILLIAtgON COUNTY Vol. 47, No. S MARION, ILLINOIS TUESjDAY, JULY 18, 1922 Subscription $1.60 Per Year -LEADER COLE-FAUDER GIVEN CONTRACT FOR HARD ROAD Marion Firm Is Given Two of State Concrete Clab - Contracts.. ' HIGHWAY DEPARTM'T TO BUILD 90 MILES Work la to Start Upon I4yinjr of Concrete Without Further Delay. 'J: SPRINGFIELD, July. lSThe Illinois Highway Department announced today the awarding of contracts for -ninety j miles of pavement at an average cost of approximately $27,000 per mile. Cole and Fauber of Marion were awarded contract for 4.59 miles in Franklin and Williamson counties at a cost of $132,191.83 and for 1.8 mile in Williamson county at $50,858.16. - STOOREWARD F0RRI0W.ES Attorney General Brundag Makes Ofler to Obtain Massacres .. Information. One thousand dollars' reward for Information leading to the arrest and conviction of persons who committed ' murder and assault in Williamson county was offered yesterday by ...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 July 1922

s HAGB TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY. JULY n W, MARION SEMI-WEEKLY. LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Frauklin Slrept. Marion, Illinois, W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: for Six Mouths Per Year $ .75 . 1.50 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, as jecond class mail matter. " SWIFTER JUSTICE. It is reported that when Chief Justice Taft returns to this country lie will be prepared to present to the American Bar Association recommendations for reforms of the American judicial system which will make the administration of justice in America simply and speedier. it may surprise most persons to learn that English jusi'ice moves more swiftly than jthat of America. Mr. Ta ft's sugge stions will be doubly interesting-, as throwing' new light on English court proceeding and offering help to America where help is ...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 July 1922

TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1922 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADEk PAGE THREE COUNTY MEETING TO CARTERVILLE . Cartervllle Had the Largest Dele- . gatlon That Ever Attended Such .,, j , A Meeting. ' The Missionary Baptists held their quarterly county meeting at Johnston City on Friday evening with two hundred present. Cartervllle had 73 at tne meeting, which was the largest Delegation tnat any church In the state has ever sent to a county meet ing. ' Miss Alice Biby, state Sunday school end B. Y. p. V. Secretary and Mrs. W. P. Throgmorton were the speakers of the evening. The next meeting is to be held at Cartervllle on October 13th. Miss Thelma Thompson left Saturday for Cypress to visit with friends. Mrs. Paul Cole of Pittsburg was in Marion Saturday on business. Herman Golet, Paul Cowan and Chas. Pulley of Johnston City were ,nIa.ri0 rdy vlsi mg friends 7,Z ,.. V"u r.e""""' " v as in Marion Friday on business, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Llpe of Murpiyshorn nn in Mulnr. , c, ..!.... " ...... . uniuiun; uu busine...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 July 1922

PAGE FOUR CLUB WOMEN MET AT CARBONDALE Old and New Boards for District Federation of Womans Club Met Wednesday. A meeting or the old and new board members of the Federated Woman's clubs of the 25th district was held at the Roberts Hotel in Carbondale Wednesday afternoon and the new board organized. Every town in the district having a Federated Club is represented on the board at that time with Mrs. Paul Coir, of Marflon as president. Other officers are: First Vice President Mrs. John D. Ladd of Ca'iro, to serve one year. Second Vice President Mrs. ii. S. Locke, of Du Quoin, to serve two years. I Recording Secretary Miss Laura Belle Warder, of Marion to serve two years. Corresponding Secretary Mrs. W S. Spiller of Benton, to serve one year. Treasurer Mrs. William vveinen to servo two years. Parlimentarian Mrs. Mary Wall ol Murnhysboro, to serve one year. Retiring President Mrs. S. A. Mo Kelvey of Sparta. The county chairmen are: Union countv Mrs. J. W. Roy 01 - Anna. Franklin Mrs. A....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 July 1922

Marion EEKLY THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY , A Vol. 47, No. fi MARION, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1922 Subscription $1.50 Ter Mem GUY HUDGENS LAID TO REST ' AT FOUNJAIN Miners and Odd Fellows Honored Their Deceased Comrade on Sunday. CORONER M'COWAN HELb INQUEST Thousands of Friends Motored to Cemetery to Pay; Their Respects. Funeral services (or Guy Hudgens were buld at Fountain cemetery Sunday afternoon and it was estimated that 3100 people drove the eight mile trip in automobiles to pay honor to the third union miner who lost his lite In the recent rioting at the mine ol' the Southern Illinois Company. The long line of automobiles that motored thru the country roads near the old Hudgens homeplace numbered over 600. A .neighboring Held was thrown open as a parking place for tne cars while the thousands ol peo pie thronged the church yard where the services-were held. One truck of the procession carried the Marion - Military Band which furnished music for the occasi...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 July 1922

1 ijliftu"ai.i-liLJUiM iMg iiil-ilLLIlLl THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) "Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion. Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY. City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ;-'ix Months rear All KubtsiTipllong payable In advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to Entered at the post office at Jecond class mail matter. NATIONS JsTUDY AGRICULTURE. A few years ago we met a representative of the old Russian government in Minneapolis who was located there to study the agricultural development of that section as being similar to parts of Russia. The object was to improve the resources of his country and his reports induced.larges purchases of American farm implements and seeds which were sent to the Ukranian wheat section. Much of the agricultural development of Mexico can be credited to the investigation made in this country (a part in Illinois and part i nNebraska,) of Senor Zepherino Donmingues, of Peubla, Mexico, who came here to study and...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 July 1922

L PAGE THREE Juauita Harford of New Burnsldes opent Saturday and Sunday in Marion with relatives. J. D. Demmlng of Harrisburg was in Marion Monday on business. Miss Myrtle Price of Neilson returned to her home Monday after vis iting n wanon with friends. Miss Lois Murphy left Monday for Cape Girardeau to visit a few days with friends. Mrs. R. Hearn and daughter Eva spent Sunday in Marlon with friends. Mr. and Mrs.:E. J. Utley attended church at Herrln Sunday. Mrs. Lester' Rushing left Monday for Chamnesstown to 5slt relatives iu mew, Ry wrlKbt and Kref epeni sunuay in jarion -un rrna Holland mp.tored to Harrisburg; .Suu-.gnd realtlves, day. Corbit Laber pt Carter ville was In Mrs. Ella Mattox left Monday (or 1 Marion Monday on business. Hudgens to visit with her mother, Mrs. aBrbara Perry for a few days. Mrs. Cecil Wallace of Herrln was Mr. and Mrs. Alva Trego, Mr. and Mrs. Aud Travelstead, Mr. and Mrs Will Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elliott thru Marion Monday enrouto to and Bn Chas...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 July 1922

im ftMlWEIXL LEADS S3ES DAMAGE SUITS FILED AS RESULT OF MINE RIOT Papers Served Upon County Officials Demanding $217,420 Damages. TWO COAL COMPANIES ARE MAKING CLAIMS Claims Filed by Three Individuals for Property that Was Lost. Company, corporation, was (Jonlioyed or injured within the county of Williamson, Illinois, while not in transit, between the hour of ten o'clock in the morning of June 21, 1922 and the hour of five o'clock in the afternoon of June 23, 1922, and that by reason thereof said Southern Illinois Coal Company, a corporation, sustained damage's in the sum ot $197,245. . ... such destruction or injury was not oc casionvd, or in any way aided, sanctioned or permitted by the carelessness, neglect or wrongful act of said Southern Illinois Coal Company; that said Southern Illinois Coal Company used all reasonable diligence to prevent such damage, injury and destruction that said Southern Illinois Coal Company has and hereby makes and presents claim against you for three-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 July 1922

-Mjmm Semi-IFee KLY : 'if THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND W1UJAIT3N COUNTY Vol. 47 No. 7 MARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, JULY. 25, 1922 Subscription' $1.50 Per Year LEADER CITIZENS OPPOSE FEDERAL CONTROL OR USE OF TROOPS Representatives of Southern Illinois Mining Towns Mefe Wednesdays TELEGRAM SENT TO THE PRESIDENT Messages Also Sent to Head of Miners' Organization andOperators. Representative citizens of Egyptian coal mining towns met in Herrin 'on Wednesday afternoon at the Ly-Mar ' Hotel UDon call of tne Egyptian uom mercial Secretaries association and talked over the present situation. After a three Hour session, a tele gram was" drafted and sent to President Harding opposing the : federal control of mines and the use of troops. A large number of the delegates at the meeting favored suggesting to the president that he try to get the Illinois miners and operators to meet together, but there was some objecion to taking this action and the word "Illinois" was stricken from the message. W. ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 July 1922

rtiE TWO TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1822 frlfe SEMi WeEKLY MARION SEMI-WEEKLY THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Frinklin Street. ' Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pet Six Mouths Per Year All subscriptions payable in advance. topped at expiration of time paid to Entered at tbe post office at second class mail matter. MUSCLE SHOALS VIEWS. Under the chairmanship Norris of Nebraska, the Senate Committee on Agriculture has been, actively engaged in consideration of the various offers that have been made for taking over the property at Muscle Shoals. It thattheir are at least three differing views held by the committee members including acceptance of the Ford offer and development of the project by the government itself. They will probably all be laid before the senate, and final action by that body will follow an exhaustive discussion of the whole matter. The committee itself could not agree on a majority report so the plan...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 July 1922

JttfmvAV, July 25, im PRIZES FOR BEST PHOTOS IN STATE Out of Door Picturei are Wanted bv A ... Cut...: . . . -I 1 Aicnsion iommiiTee at Plymouth. Come on boys and girls and grown ups too. Your town and country has some spots of real beauty. Kodak the nest you can find. Let us see which county has the most beautiful scenery Why not get together in a collection some of the beautiful Out of Doors Pictures in your county. The best of tnese will be made Into a collection , most all of the good pictures will be published. Now is the time to take these pictures. What county and coin munity in Illinois has the best looking scenery? The Art Extension Committee of the Community Betterment Service of our State University is arranging all this splendid display of Out Dpor Pictures. For further information, address, Mrs. Mary E. Eleshire, , Plyx" mouth, Illinois. The purpose of the Art Extension ! Committee is to assist in making Art a more potent elevating force in the lives of the P.eople of t...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 July 1922

EAST MARION HARD ROAD LET Maditon Construction Company and James Flnucane Awarded Contracts on Wednesday. Bids for the construction of over three miles of hard road in East Marion township were opened on Wednesday morning by Town Clerk Clyde McDonald and Highway Commissioner K. L. aWtkins. The plans 1 had plans bud been prepared by County Superintendent of Highways Charles Shererta and call for the grading and laying of a ten foot concrete slab with seven foot earth shoulders on the Creal Springs road. This ts to cover the section of the road front the end of the slab which has just been completed by Ahe Madison Con struction Company to the south town ship, on which work started Wednes day morning. This section is 16.937 feet long or a little over three miles There were three bids for the con crete slab and five for the earth work and culverts. They were as follows: For Earth work and culverts: E. M. Heaton $8,865.72 James Flnucane 8,564.92 Mitchell Contracting Co. .. 9,759.16 Novac...

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

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 47, No. 8. i M ARION, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1922 Subscription $1.S0 Per Yc.u HUGH WILLIS SAY NO SEPARATE AGREEMENT Denies Report Being Circulated by Metropolitan Newspapers That Farrington Still Contemplates Making a District Settlement for Illinois Mine Workers. ST. LOUIS, July 26. District lioard Member Hugh Willis of the United Mine Workers, was interv'ewed by a REPUBLICAN-LEADER representative tl'is morning, and stated that there wag absolutely no foundation tor reports appearing in news and editorial columns o metropolitan newspapers, saying that President Farrington of the Illinois minero was preparing lor a separate distinct settlement for Illinois. Mr. Willis said that the meeting of the district executive board being held in St. Louis today has no connection with the strike, and is only caring for regular routine matters. He stated that the Illinois miners would adhead closely to the policy out lined at Washington by t...

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

tt' MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THI REPUBLICAN-LEADER (incorporated) PufeHihtr. 103 Franklin Street. Marion. Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Kditor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pot Six Months $ .76 Per Year 1.60 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will b topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post jecond class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, as NEW FACES IN THE NEXT CONGRESS. As the summer primaries are held we are finding that there will be many changes m congress alter the tourth day 01 next March. Some are coming from the volun tary retirement ot men who Lave led tor years, other well known members have been defeated intheir party primaries and some who get past the primary race may be de feated at the November election. These changes are coming in both parties, among mose retiring oiineir own volition Deing Joseph Cannon, Joseph VV. Jvordney and John Sharp Williams. " The changes are of special interest to the people of th...

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

THE SEMf'WEEKLY LEADEit PAGE THREE tfRiDAY, JULY 28, 1922 GEORGE GARTER ADMITTED TO BAR Marion Young Man Passes Bar ExaminationWill Start Practice In Home City. George Carter, son ol H. T. Carter 201 East De Young, received notice on Monday that he had passed the state bar examination and after some other preliminaries including the preparation of necessary records, he would bo ordered before the state supremo court and given his license. Mr. Cartor is a Marion young man, who has continually worked toward his admission. Not able to go away to school, he set to work reading law in all his spare time and became thoioly posted on all branches of iaw so when he appeared before the state examiners, he was able to pass with honor. He is well known thruout the county, having been Deputy County Clerk for a long time. He expects to start practicing in Marion at as early a date as possible. MARRIAGE LICENSES, H. C. Swafl'ord, Benton 30 Luna Tate, Benton . 29 Charles Nosatti, Herrin ' 28 Tersa...

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

FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1922 PAGE FOUR rtlE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER COUNTY MEETING OF CHRISTIANS NEXT SUNDAY Meeting to Be held All Day at Carterville in Their Large City Park. DR. HARRY H. PETERS TO PREACH TWICE Rev. Sidell of Hurst to Have Seventeen Piece Band at Meeting. twenty-i'.ve per cent. One half of the world's pig iron is Next Sunday, July 30, the second taken from the earth In the U. S. A. annual meeting of the Christian Futy per cent of the world's copchurches of Williamson county will bo ' per. held at Carterville. Dr. Harry H. And sixty per cent of the world's Peters of Bloomington, will be the 1 pet.oleum. main speaker, delivering an address Besides this we produce twentyat 10:45 a. m. and another one at j per cent of the total production of 7:30 ;. 111. A monster Suuday school j woolen of the earth, will be held at 9:30 and the Com-; Twenty-five percent of the linens, munion and Fellowship meeting will I Twenty-five per cent of the cottoii be held at 2:30. Rev. lrl K. Sidell, of...

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

Marion THE HOME PAPER OF MARION A D WILLIAMSO N COUNTY Vol. 47. No. 9 MARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY,-AUGUST 1, 1922 Subsfrijition $1.50 Fer Year ILLINOIS MINERS WILL T AUGUST 3. NOT it Reports that Illinois Operators Would Make Proposition at That Time Is Without Foundation Says Hugh Willis in St Louis. SOLDIERS PLAN 2 FOUR COUNTY REUNIONS SOON Hugh Willias, state executive committee member of the Untied Mine Workers o Illinois, In a telephone interview with the REPUBLICANLEADER on Friday morning detit vt emphatically, that the Illinois miner had called a district conference to be held on August third as reported In the morning metropolian newspapers. The large city papers said that the Illinois miners would meet in Peoria on that date to listen to a proposition from the Illinois operators, but tills was without foundation said Mr. Willis. The district executive board meeting of the Illinois Miners which wa i iii Btssion Thursday and Friday at the Planters Hotel in St. Louis Is expected ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 August 1922

fHE SEMi-WiEKLV LEADER Tuesday, august i, 1923 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: for Six Months $ .75 Per Year 1.69 Ail subscriptions payable In advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post second class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, aa THE SCHOOL BOY. Shakespeare was wront, not all wrong, perhaps, but wrong in spots. We have thot so for a long time, but never had the goods Shakespeare was wrong, not all wrong on him before. Now we have the evidence that convicts him of grossly misrepresenting one ow the, least understood but most important cogs in the machinery of civilization, the schoolboy. It was Shakespeare who introduced the picturing of the schoolboy as wishing the school house might burn down The bard of Avon had a habit of resur recting the random thots of less gift...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 August 1922

jpUESDAV, AUGUST i, itii CONSIDERABLE OIL FOR ROADS State I Using More Than Thirty-Five Million Gallons on Illinois Highways. Spcviul tu the REl'UUUVAa LBAOttU SfKiNGKIELU; , July 27. The smothering dust so common on Illinois tin t roads is going to be downed if 35 t'00,000 gallons ot oil can do It, according to the highway department here. According to the program tor this year, .slightly more than 35,000,000 gallons 'ill be used ou state highways this year. The state bureau of tests is kept busy inspecting thlu great quantity ot oil. Eight inspectors are stationed at refineries and others are to be assisted soon. Whenever plant inspection is impossible, the oil is tested at the laboratories of the department. The Standard oil company and other concerns will Bhip other millions ol. gallons. The oil this year has a higher percentage of solid radius than ever be fore, i'rom 50 to 60 uer cent solid radius is contuined in the oil being shipped this year in accordance with the county sp...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 August 1922

j' .,,;.s- 4 V PAGE FOUfi H SEMI WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, AU0U8T 1, 1933 RAIL SETTLEMENT HINGES ON ACTION BY THE OWNERS Strikers Are Expected to Ac. cept Plan Proposed by the President. RAIL OWNERS MEET ON NEXT TUESDAY If Settlement Is Turned - Down It Means a Bitter Fight to the End. CHICAGO, July 2. .Developments at the conferences lu Washington between the President and leaders of the strikers gives rise to the Denei umi tho nomine- week will either see a set tlement or else a continuation of the strike until the opposing side have fought it out to the bitter end of their resources. The conference of ninety general chairmen of the shopcrafts unions, is expected to accept the plan which it is reported that the president has proposed. The strike settlement now hinges, it is believed here, upon the stand takes by the railway executives at their New York meeting next Tues day. FULLSTATEMENT OF JOHN L. LEWIS W.-RJ'CAULEY ANSWERS ATTACK Head of Illinois American Legion Replies to Critic ...

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