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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 August 1922

1J ! THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 47 No. 15 MARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1922. Subscription $1.60 Per Year SPECIAL GRAND JURY GALLED IN RIOT CASE FOR AUGUST 28 Special Deputies Are to Summons the Jury Attorney General Bundage to Be Here in Person or Else to Send One of His Best Assistants. BRUNDAGE WILL LP GRAND JURY INVESTIGATION Circuit Judge D. T, Hartwell has called a special Williamson county Brand jury to convene on Monday morning, August 28th, and that grand jitry will Investigate the recent Southern Illinois coal mine riots, and nothing else. Special deputies have been instruct ed to secure the grand jurors from i MARION BOYS MAKE RECORDS AS MARKSMEf MINERS WON THRU CLARIDA FAMILY Evidence Gathered by His Secret Investigators to Be Presented. STRENGTH OF :atiqn PLANNING FOR SECOND REUNION Senator Sneed Gives Inter- I view Upon Return from ' Cleveland. over tne county, according to law, but the names of the deputies and or the jurors will not be...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 August 1922

'f , .lit1"1' "lfvHrii ... MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (IneoraoraUo) Publiahira. 103 Franklin Street - Marion. Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ler Six Mouth f .76 Per Year ; 169 AH subscriptions payabU In advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unieaa renewed. Entered at the post office at tecond class mail matter. A PRAYER FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Deaf God, teach me the reason why I shouldn't always have my way. 0 show, me plainly that it is A great mistake to disobey. 1 know I'm just a little girl But still dear God, I ought to see That mother knows what I should do, And what is really best for me. Teach me to be obedient, 0, make me always understand That if I mind when I am young I must grow woithy to command. 0 God, I need your guiding hand To lead me surely day by day, 1 need your wisdom so I'll see That all thetruest girls obey- Amen. NO ESCAPE. One cannot evade the clntches of the advertising...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 August 1922

W&toK'iV ft Will SLLLUTilLHRlN H. S. FACULTY A. Palmer to be the Athletie 01 rector Thu Year Lockert Introduced llEiUUN, August 17.The faculty for the. Herrin Township high school has been secured and everything Is ready lor trie opening of the next school year. The coming year promises to 1,6 Uia biggest in the history of Hernti township high scuool, Only a few new faces will be seen in tno laculty this year, as most of last year'B toachera will be back, to (oiitiimo their work in- this comnuiiiity. C. R. Glavts, head of the comnie'i'cial department, will fill the vacancy of Guy Nicholson. Mr. Glaves hud been employed for the past three years at Mount Vernon Township iiich school and has given splendid satisfaction in that school. Miss Carroll McDowell, instructor of mathematics is a native of Kansas, but has 'might last year at Three Rlyers, Mich. She has spent several summers in the University of Chicago and the University of Kansas doing gradmite work and is well pre...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 August 1922

PAoi torn illS 5Jm.WKLV LEADER MARION YOUTHS PREPARING FOR PERSHING VISIT Corporal Roswell Ballance Had Charge of a , Chicago Cavalry Squad. ALL OF THE BOYS IN CAMP ARE WELL Lotus Choat and Ray Robinson Furnish Musical Program for Boys. (By HOMER BUTLER) CAiiF CUSTER, August 17. Uy mail). The students ol military tactics now in training at Camp Custer, atittle Creek Mien., are preparing this week tor a demonstration of au actual battle which will be made by C. M. T. C. students on the occasion of the visit or General John J. Pershing to Camp Custer August 25. The first steps toward getting the youngsters into line lor demonstration began Thursday afternoon, when the 2nd Battalioon of C. M. T. C. students, directed by regulars from the 2nd Illinois Iniantry, went into action. The iniantry was aided by the tank corps, signal corps, a troop or cavalry and a machine gun buttery, All made, of young men, In the Citizens Training Camp. ' Thj young men, running with war equipment, over the ...

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

MAR Semi OK THE HOME PAPER OF MARION .AND VILUAMSO !V COUNTY Vol. 47, No. 16 MORGAN AND THAXTON TOLD OF COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT Resolutions Passed Asking Judges to Assess Maximum Fines and Break up the Violation in Marion and Williamson County. The Million Law Eiilorcemont Leasua 110111 lts ipsu!ur semi-monthly meeting Monday night at the First Methodist church, with a good a tlendanco of members present. The Liiiuinuai, Dr. O. 1. Pease, presided. Ou account of the absence of two ot uh members from the city, the quartette ii'om the First , Baptist church could not be present. The address ol tlw evening was delivered by City Judga 'A. D, Morgan of Herrin, candiilate lor county judge on the Republican ticket this fall. The address was a clear-cut, logical exposition of law eiilorciment and described the duties of the citizenship as well as the men elected to public office. Ju l;:e Morgan opened his address by eauwing that respect lor law had been the foundation of all governments from ...

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

PAGB TWO TIIE SEnll-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1922, MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER 103 Franklin Street. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: for Six Months '. Per Year All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to Entered at tbe post second class mail matter. office at WE THANK YOU, It is seven years since the present management took charge of the REPUBLICAN- LbADhK and we wish to express our appreciation of the support and co-operation which we have had during that period. Since August 21, 1915, we have increased the size of our plant until now it covers just double the floor space then occupied. We have added modern equipment in bojth the newspaper and job departments, including the big Goss Comet press for the printing of the DAILY REPUBLICAIN, an additional linotype, Leclede saw, etc. We have added the International News Service to give our readers the best telegraphic world and ...

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

v FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1922. e ouni-nLtw.! lejujkk m ; rft ih, MKh.h. E WHISTLES PLAYED JOYOUS TUNE FOR ALL Local Mines Resumed shipment of Coal Without -Any Delays at All. SHIFT MEN WORKED ALL NIGHT CLEANING Shopmen's Strike Will Not Be Felt tor a Week or Ten Days Say Railmen Harsh ( old, loud, mine whistles, sometimes sound like the sweetest music imaginable and such was the case Tuesday night nnd Wednesday morning for the majority ot the residents in Williamson county. Practically every mine in the county, either stnrted loading coal or else preparing to load coal. The agreement was signed In Chicago at two o'clock nnd engineers were on their way to the mines before tour o'clock. At thethree franco nnnesv the shiftmen went to work at six o'clock and worked all night, cleaning up the mine and getting ready to .jist and ship coal Wednesday. R. B. Mitchell, superintendent of the Franco mines, said Wednesday morning thattheir mines would probably bo back to their normal tonnage by the ...

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

PAGE FOUR rflE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1922. NO RAIL PEACE YET, BUT EXPECT THE END SOON Believe That Conference Which Opened Today Will Get Agreement. EASTERN OFFICIALS STILL OBDURATE New Rail Strike Disorders Reported in the West Mails Are Delayed. WASHINGTON, D. C, AugUkt 23 Administration hope today tor a ment, as rail executives met in New YorK, despite the obdurate attitude oi soma oi tiie eastern officials. Speedy cdjustiiient ot strike differences can not by txpctd, but officials strongly . unevc- tire that there will be no adjournment of me conlerencto. wh'.ch were in augurated today, until u basil of adjustment is agreed upon WASHINGTON, D. C. August 23.- New rail strike disorders, particularly In the west, where mail trains have teen delayed, are due to renewed ac tivity by the I. W. W.. said Attorney uenerni uaugnerty today. William J. Burns, etiief of the In restitution bureau of the govern merit, .aid before the attorney general looav rew reports on the ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 August 1922

V9 u . ...... ' . MARION THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND W7LL1AMSO V COUNTY Vol. 47, No. 17 BALLANGE MAKES GOOD RECORD AT TRAINING GAMP Is Fourth Marion Man to Receive Decoration for Marksmanship. LUKE JOHNSON IS GIVEN PROMOTION Men in Camp Expect to be ' AkU fr. Qfarr f'nr T-TrYmp I AUiw -i,fci.w in the Near Future. (By Homer Butter) CAMP CUSTER, August 23 (By mail.) - With the checking up ol .the rifle work of the last uuits on the rifle lauge the name ol iloswell Baliance u Marion has been added to the li&T, of sharp shooters in the C. M. C. T. at Camp Custer. Ballance's ,L,ii was fiwarded Tuesday even ing. j&bftJ&L liallauce. the fourth Marion youiu to recf.ive decorations for marksman-1 iihip, is in Troop 'S," Cavalry, which j took up rille work after the infantry units and which completed its work this week. He was tenth At rank 4 among twenty-five sharp i..,riova frnm Troon "S". Hit re cord was 162 out of a possible 200, j 15& Doin...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 August 1922

HAGE 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: or Six Months Per Year All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to Entered at the post second class mail matter. office at THE BONUS. Senator Borah says that it shameful disregard of the vital interests of the country m a critical period to give tour or five billion dollars to the service men as a bonus. He feels that it is a patriotic duty to oppose the bill which will be passed as soon as the tariff is out of the way in the senate. The bonus has not had an easy time. The great wealth ofthe country opposes it. President Harding linked it with the sales tax of which congress is afraid. Secretary Mellon is dead against it. Many congressmen are opposed and many financial emotional people say that it is not right to buy patriotism. Some of the officer...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 August 1922

iii 1 1 TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1922. MRS, 6LEVINS DIED THURSDAY Wife of Jessie Blevina Died, Follow ing Operation for Appendicitis Death at 11:15 p. m. Thursday claimed Mrs. Mary Blevins, wile of Jesse Blevins, 302 West JVluIn street, Mrs. Blevins was operated upon (or api'.eidicltis fourteen months ago and never regained her health after that time. Mrs. Blevina was the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Adams a nd wa3 born In this county, twenty-lour years ago. Besides the husband, she is survived by one child, Mary Lu rille lllevius,( 17 mouths old. She was a member ot the Baptist church at Metropolis, where she formerly lived. Funeral services on Sunday at the Goddird Chapel at 2:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. Browning, with In n rnieut at Mnplewood cemetery. The Kcottsburo choir will sing. o West Frankfort Court" Will Keep the btolen Hair WEST FRANKFORT, August 2G. Another episode in the famous hair robbery case came to light lute yesterday afternoon, when it was under stood that an agr...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 August 1922

'SQUIRE MILLER LAID TO REST The remains of 'Squire Oeorge D. Miller were laid to rest on Thursday afternoon, following fitting services at the home on East Main st. A large number of the friends and relatives of the deceases gathered to pay respect to the veteran Justice, who was so Tvell liked by all who knew him. The pall bearers were Judge W. 0. Potter, John Reld, J. Fowler, J. C. B. Smith, L. A. Colp and George Stone. The flower bearers were Dorothy Holland, Mary Allen Henders, Dorothy Carroll, Ora Parks, Velma and Bernicd Edwards and Pauline Anderson of Murphy sboro. Among those from out of town at the funeral were Mr.and Mrs. D. M. Anderson and daughter Pauline, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson of Murphysboro, J. L. Golliher of Carbbondale, Mr. and Mi. Willis Hawkins, Mrs. Tom Field and daughter Mary, Mrs. George Russell and Mrs. Cleve Stuntson of Harrisburg, Oswald Jones of Herrtn, Fred Jones and Mr. and Mrs, Ed Febrbacker of Johnston City, Mrs. Amanda Lane of Herrin, Mr. and Mr...

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

7 ' - .. - ' j . ........ j 1? i t f f i .THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WlLLIAMSO COUNTY Marion Vol. 47, No. 17 SPECIAL GRAND JURY TO HEAR HERRIN EVIDENCE MARION, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1922. Car Turned Over But Was Righted and Taken Home An accident occurred on Weal Main street about six o'clock Tuesday evening in which a Ford coupe, driven by Miss Margaret Price, was turned over and another Ford tour ing car which was parked at the Bide ot the street, received a badly I bent lender. . Evidence tO be Heard Con- , Miss Price is said to have been nPfHnp- Thosp Takine- Part U11V"18 west 011 Ma'n street and a neCimg IllUbe ldiUiigrdll .number of cars were Darked aim, eacn side, waiting tor the C. & E I. pa3Senger train. When she came to tne line of cars she was unable to stou directly behind the car In Hue an dto avoid hitting it pulled into the street again, but not far enough to miss the other car. Her v-- iront wheel Jumped to the running : i board of the other car...

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

... '? t - J MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, .Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: eer Six Months Per Year AU 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. THE GRAND JURY. The twenty-three men selected for service on the special grand jury empaneled Monday have one ofthe hardest tasks in the history of Williamson county and yet in their hands is the decision for law and order. Williamson county and the state of Illinois have been slow to act, says the outside world, but they were not conversant with facts. Uniform resolutions have been sent all over the United States condemning us, condemning us for not investigating, and yet their resolutions were passed without their investigating. At the Last St. Louis not when troops went in and arrests were made by the who...

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

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1922. TEACHERS PASS RESOLUTIONS Willilamson County Teachers ExAppreciation of Courtesies Extended Them During Institute. The following resolutions were passed by the 4Gth Williamson County Teachers' Institute at its closing session last week in recognition of the assistance rendered them and courtesies extended during the summer meeting: We, the teachers of Williamson county, in annual institute assembled, wish to present the following resolutions: First. Resolved that we are grateful to the citizens of Marion for opening their home .to us and for their generous treatment. Second. As the township high school board of education lias from year to year granted us the use of their building, we think it proper at this time to express our appreciation and thanks, for this courtesy. Third. That we thank the Method ist Church for the loan of chairs for use during our institute, and the Warder Street Baptist church for the use of their building for the Com inanity sing. ...

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

HOLD WHENCE SPECIAL GRAND JURY TO HEAR HERRIN EVIDENCE (Continued (rom page 1) All Day Meeting on i uesday 1 Held 10 Hian ror Conference October 12-13 Au all day meeting of tbe Advisory Council of tbe Williamson County Home Bureau was held at the library on Tuesday at which time all but two o! tbe ten units lit tbe county were i presented. Those whose delegates were not present were Pittsburg aud Dykersburg. Miss K. U. YanAkej, assistant state leader, was present and took part in the meeting, she stated that the University insisted that there should be a membership of 300 in this county and the work ot increasing the membership from 150 to double tnat number and of teeming funds for the worn was the topic of the morning session. At noon the niemnership took luueheon together at the Happy Hour Tea Room and in the afternoon plans for a three year program were iiiken up. Those present at me aiming were: Miss K. G. VanAkin, ,'rbana; Mrs. O. C. Baiar, Mrs. A. Aimstrong, Mrs. A. C. Graham...

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

-1 ' . u EM- MMIOK WEEKLY THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY v. .01. tftfWo. 18 MARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1922. Subscription $1.50 Per Year GRAND JURY RETURNS INDICTMENT WHEN TOLD MAN WAS ATTEMPTING TO SELL OUT AND LEAVE VICINITY Indictment Wa Returned in Open Court Prisoner Seeks Bail and Question Not Fully Settled as Charged With Murder. a . ' It was learned after dinner thai the minen plannedto file a petition for bail with Judae O. V. Hartwell thle afternoon some time. 1 his i ' to constitute a habeas corpus action. Otia Clark, 35, the first maa to be indicted by the Williamson comity grand Jury, investigating tlie recent riot, beard that he was wanted tor murder and cne t0 Marlon Thursday morning and surrendered hiuieelf to the attorneys lor the United Mine Workers. Claik iB a farmer and miner, living now at Gorevllle, and is well known and liked. He is married and has live cuiidreu. He made no statement to anyone alter being arrested, but tao attorneys...

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

i'UKHMAV, HKI'TKMlljtlH b, . . i 16 SEMl-WEEKLY tUDtn MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER I the truth from lynchburg. THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 F.-inklin Street. Marion, Illinoto. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: cr Six Month .75 Per Year 1.68 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration o( time paid to unless renewed. Eutered at tbe post office at Marlon, second class mail matter. Illinois, as STATE CHAMBER HAS BEEN UNFAIR TO WILLIAMSON Without Investigating Itself, Accuses us of Lack of Investigation, THE VANDAL CAMPER The knowledge has been driven home to a good many thinking citizens that it is possible to exterminate wild game or flowers or trees. It took a long time and much bit ter experience to teach America that lesson, and there is another not wholly learned ev en yet. Our forefathers on this continent would have said anyone was crazy who fore told theextermmation of passenger pigeons, the ki...

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

'.A,"f3'i'.- reiHFfIfCuI TO CALL TROOPS MAY BE FIXED Investigation Now Being Made of Witnesses Is Said to Indicate That the Jurors Are Interested in Finding the Real Responsibility for Trouble. mt SEMt-WtSKJLlf LEADEn Tlif.t the special grand Jmy, now .invist'featiug the Lester niiue not, 'may iix responsibility (or failure to call 1 oops, seems evident. That the jurors are interested in learning ubout the circumstances connected with the failure to ask lor state guards is indicated. 'Although the jury is not one to tlx responsibility and make recommendations, it can make its findings and report them. No clew as to the trend of this portion of the investigation has been given out, but many of the witnesses are said to have been Quizzed along this line. The routine work of the special grand jury, investigating the Southern Illinois Coal mine riot, progressed all day Friday and Saturday, when the Jury was to adjourn over until Tuesday morning, Attoiney General Brundage left Friday eve...

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

"taiaw PAGE FOUR rflE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUGbiMY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1928. 1 1 1 I! J i ATT'Y GENERAL SEEKS BLANKET LABOR INJUNCTION Asks That All Union Men Be Enjoined from Interference. MOST SENSATIONAL MOVE OF THE YEAR Strikes at Railway Depart ment ot American Federation of Labor. CHICAGO. SeDtember 1. Attorney General Daugherty today before United States Judge James A. Wilkerson, asked for a blanket injunction ni7Qlnat oil rnUwflv amnlnviaa in thp country from interference In the op eration oi me rauroaus aunug me present railroad strike. Daugherty's most drastic move names the Railway Employes' Department of the Federation . of Labor. Daugherty arrived here secretly today prepared to make the most sensational move of its kind and is paralleled only by the action taken by the government ins the case of Eugene V. Debs several years ago. The petition asks all railroad employes tbruout the country to be constrained from interference with the operation of any railroad. o CAMBRIA Mr. and ...

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