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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 September 1922

MMIOK r f li j 1,1 ! '1' ' I i I1 I THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 47. No. 19, M'ARION, ILLINOIS FRIDATi, SEPTEMBER 8, 1922. Subscription $1.60 Per Year CARTERVILLE TO ENTERTAIN NEXT LABOR DAY Ed Gibbons is Elected President of the Two County Association. LJ GRAND JURY MAY RETURN PERJURY INDICTMENTS CARBONDALE PROVED FINE ENTERTAINERS Celebrations Held in Many Other Towns in This Immediate Vicinity. Tne iiema Journal sayo: l-iol. Ju. 14, Uiociieu, Wuu iur Uiu past e.gm ytars lias oten uueoior oi; music m the" - tieniu schools, id ia iieniu tma v.eeK greeting tils many friends anu leuing them goodbye, not. brocket ' had been re elected as music director of the Herriu -Township High School, but Ills resignation wab accepted on account ol the Hlllpnrllh lllTpi' titt hull in..ivu.l trl LlLkn I'llHl'PP Cif tlio VnPDl m.iidki rf t the Juliet-high school. He is a successful teacher and a man Oi tine personality, and his departure will be much regretted by nis many frie...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 September 1922

r tiiMlllll iiiIMMII ll II ft MM9t, J MaaMMIMIMimiliJliSliUttfc .. ... .. . dfTig&emfe v$m two r-rw',.'W?d MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM FAISL&X. City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATEV: tcr Six Months .11 Per Tear l.M All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be flopped at expiration of time paid Entered at tbe post office at lecond class mall matter. ... ARE WOMEN NEEDED? Women have been voting nationally for nearly three years. They have participated in the election of the President and the Congress and have shown keen interest i nthe lesser but still important contests for local offices in their immediate communities. Ju3t what benefits have by the government asa result doubling the nation s electrate Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton, vice chairman of the Republican National Executive com- mitee, who has worked with both men and women in public affairs ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 September 1922

TURKISH EMPIRE MAY BE RESTORED AS BEFORE WAR French Officials Said to Be . Sympathetic with the Nationalists. GREEK ARMY BEING FORCED TO RETREAT Allied Warships Rushing to Smyrna to frevent Jj'urtner Massacres. LONDON. Sept: 6. The advancing Turkish Nationalist army in Ana tolia bas started the massacre ot Christians, say reports today from Athens. The Turks are only 75 miles irom Smyrna, the Greek headQuarters. Allied warships, including an American man-of-war, are en route to Smyrna to prevent the Turks trom entering, the city The allies may intervene with troops, it is rwported The Greek army is in retreat along the entire national battle front. PARIS, Sept. 6. Practically all ot th olu Turkish empire, which was partitioned among the powers after . -' I , : rt nnAxdlMff ihe war, may u rcuiwcu, aui u.B to information from official sources today. French officials are openly sympathetic with the Turkish Nationalists, with whom the French have a treaty. They favor a revision of the S...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 September 1922

--IP AGE FOU HIE zmmukVi UKDJA RAIN INSURANCE FOR THE FAIR Special Policy Is Taken' Out Againit Loss Should Storm Coma on "Big Thursday." The Williamson county fair will carry rain Insurance this year (or the first time In its history. A policy has just been prepared by the Als- brooH Bros, agency which guaran tees the payment of $4000 to the fair association should two tenth of an Inch of rain fall during the six hours from 4 to 10 a. in. on September 14 Last year the association Invest! gated such a policy but decided to take the risk themselves. This season so many fairs have met with bad weather that they tnve decided to lake out insurance. This weelf the Jerseyvllle fair has taken out small policies for each of their four day? against 1-10 of an inch rain. The rate on this is $3.75 as against $5.83 per hundred for the two tenths of an Inch protection. The proprietors of the steam Merry-go-round havo taken out policies igains! weather conditions which would; reduce their receipt...

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

mmim Semi THX HOME PAPER OF MARION AND W1LUA&SON COUNTY Vol. 47 No. 20 0 SAND JURY MAY RETURN VI MORE INDICTMENTS LATE THIS AFTERNOON AND THEN RECESS Five Indictments Returned up to Noon, but Thirty-Seven Individual Named in the Indictments Petition for Bail May Be Heard During the Coming Week. The special grandjury this morning was somewhat hampered by the lack sf witnesses so decided to take a recess until Monday, September 18th. This will allow time for the deputies to arrest those already indicted and those that may be indicted lata this afternoon and will also give time for a hearing on the petition for bail to be made ty the miners attorneys. They have already filed such a petition Inthe Clark case. Late Thursday afternoon twenty-two of the the twenty-three special grand jurors standing in a semi-circle facing Judge D. T. Hartwell on his bench in the circuit court room at the court house made apartial report of four more indictments, carrying; with It the names of ...

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

J: two MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Ineorporatea) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marios, Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY. City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ler Six Month Per fear Ail subscription! payable In advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to Entered at the post jecond class mall matter. office at GLIDERS. No sooner does the modern world re cover from amazement at some new inven tion than another more wonderful comes along. Here comethe gliders now. In German laboratories there are plans and designs for motorless soarers so efficient that even when unsupported by winds they can glide upward through still air with the freedom of a bird. Word comes from Berlin that the "underlying aim of German science is to develop an amazingly cheap, important and entirely new mode of transport that will be conducted as a regular sailing ship of the air a machine tremendously large, exceeding in size anything we nave seen or dreamed of to...

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

t TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, J822, THE SCSfl-WESZLY LSACx ...PAGE THREE BLUE SKY LAW TO HELP PUBLIC Secretary of State Emmerson Warns inv stori Against Companies Who Do Not Comply SPRINGFIELD, 111., Sept. 5.- A warning to investors to beware, of buvinj stock of corporations about which they know nothing was sounded today by Secretary of State Louis L Emmerson. His warning la rrompted- ne explained, by the unitsual activity of blue sky corporations, ouc lo tle fct that ve8tnlent ln securities is becoming more general in the last two or three years. "Tii Securities; Law, which beaid "is proving very successful la came effective July 1. 1919." he cleaning up blue sky operation In Illinois, but it cannot control the offering and. sale pf securities, by corporations located outside ot the Statf. A bill introduced by Representative Dennison of Illinois, Is now rending In congress to: remedy this condition, but in the meantime a great deal of questionable paper is being floated in Illinois by ...

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

PA03F0C3 li SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1922. START FOOTBALL PRACTICE SOOli Hard 8chdul Arranged for Local Team With Harrispurg and Benton Oppnanta First The first call for football caudtdates for the M. T. H 8. gridiron quad was made Friday afternoon y Coach D. U. Smith and nearly half a bundled reported. A partial ecbedule oak alieady been arranged and reguia.- practice will start within a few days. A Urge quantity of new equipment baa been received and more is oidered so that Marion's squad should be well eq.ulp.ped for a successful season this year. According to the schedule la its present form, the first game of the season Is to be played with Harris- burn at Hairisburg. Harrisburg baa I PLAIi BIG FIRE . WORKS DISPLAY Fair Association Has Planned Three Nights of Splendid Entertain . men! Next Week. ZION ' , ' ,. T t - Willi Frost and family visited Mrt. Eliza Patrick Monday nigbf Mr. and Mrs.' Lewis Stafford - of Carbondaie visited witb Mr. and Mrs. Mort Stafford ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 September 1922

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILUAMSOV COUNTY Vol. 47. (No. 21 MARION, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1922. Subscription $1.C0 I'er Yoar EXTRA TENT RENTED TO CARE FOR POULTRY EXHIBITS ALREADY FILLED TO CAPACITY-BIG NIGHT SHOW Tho second day of the Big Williamson ' County Fair opened witha big boom Wednesday morning with what promises to bo tho greatest success ever attained by the greatest coui.ty fair in the state. The big night programs which are an added feature to the fairthla year begin with the first 1 program and display of fire works Wednesday night. 'All night entertainments will be given In front of the new grand stand. No admission will be charged to the grounds at night but an admission of 25 cents will bo charged to the new grand stand where reserved seats are afforded for tho program. With the final arrangement of all exhibits all stands and concessions in their places tho two concluding days 1 ofthe fair. , As usual this year the fair grounds and buildings aro crowded...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 September 1922

r'AtJtt TWCV THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER HARM SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER jPr Six MofitliS us Per Year , . . , , Ma'liifii (tliDQti. t'Afst.ay, mm !A!rU;v, ens rd.Jf-r. v . 1.50 All subscriptions pnyable in admnce. Paper will te moppca ri expiration or nine paid to unless renewed. KEEP Kr1d P0AD SUNDAY SCHOOL A reader pf the IEf UBIJQAf WjlAP.'J S i phMtfffitiriM Entered at the post office at A'Uriou, iccoud class. mail matter. Illinois, as TK GRAND JURY. The St. Louis Times last week said "It is to be hoped that Williamson county can find petit juroiis as courageous as its grand jurors," and on Sunday the St. Louis Star said, "If they keep on bringing in Herrin indictments, who will bo left to serve on the trial jury?" These two comments on the work of the special grand jury now at work on its investigation of what has been termed the "massacre" are samples of the changing sentiment over the country, and are proving to the world that Williamson county is not '100 per cent dislo...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 September 1922

JL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, " 1923. TiiiilETI AT 0ARBQNDAIL1 day Hnd 1(ieda Li', -Ml io ld'j4it'i'uv.ix-Li;.ii!iil t'AKtlONlMLE, Supt; 12. A ro (.i;inl health conference wag held at the Cuflsifah ctiiilrch In this Pity on Monday and Tuesilayi with an attendance from all purls or Southern Illinois State President Dr. George Thomas Palmer of Sprlngfiold spoke at the morning session on Monday on the "Broadening program of Tuberculosis Work'1 and different problems were discussed. In the afternoon Secretary J. W. Becker took up "The Program Problems" In connection with svliloh Mrs. Jayne B. Kerr of Springtield spoke on the plans, Dr. C.. ft. Hlolil pi Effingham on education, and Mia Mariou Md'andless of pliu'kneyville, on "The Illinois Arrow", ' ' " ,' The Christmas Seal sale was presented by Phillip P. Jacobs of New York, publicity director of the National Tuberculosis Association, am', liuiioi'i) director of the Heal cam palgna These gtfa) sales were start id in 1908 by ft woman and the ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 September 1922

DETOUR LETTER FOR SEPTEMBER fctat Bi.o4 Kn.tlO 8. tka ua U' lu 1 ii3 i "1 I -. r , t- T T t T T ; liir condition to Cclunjhta, KruBi a , . , J co.umuia aurour west jusl befor ' 1Sr -a V . Slate Department of Highways Announces Condition of Pavements as They Are Today The Division of highways of the State Department oi ruuuc woiks makes its u.onuuy uuuouinenieiit 01 the cono'itiuu oi the nurd roaus ui the Slate touay, Uigniie with the dotours which musi t,e i .iuu on account Oi road work. The f-ections 01 the bulletin releniiig to Soulneru lltiuois, are giveu below Route 1: Cnicago-W jtropol,s CHICAGO MAK.SHA1.L. Pavement is now open to tiuttie. MARSHALL -ARM I. A lietour now exists r.outh o; icobin.ion. Take through gravel load to New Hebron to 1 latrock, follow marked demur to Birds, take south gravel road tu Lawrvnceville. At Alt. Curnu-1, lake gravel road to Keeusburg, tluu west naif mile to Iirowus, then ttiru south to Grayville, take gravel road lrom Orayville to Cah'm, Crossvi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 September 1922

Ma ok THE H0ME PAPER 0F MARION. AND 'WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 47 No. 22 WILLIAMSON COUNTY'S MOST SUCCESSFUL FAIR BECAME HISTORY FRIDAY NIGHT Exhibit Were Better Than Ever and Night Shows Proved a Tremendous Drawing Card for Thousands of People New Grandstand Was Packed- MARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1922 FAIR NOTES A big American' flag, in colored fireworks closed the "sixty-sixth annual Williamson county fair, which has been the most successful fair In history. The crowds, despite a financial depression, have been nearly as large. The exhibits have been larger and of higher quality and the program has been better than ever before. The fair officials worked hard this year to make this fair a success and their efforts were crowned with a gueral feeling of "well done," oven the weather man joining with the other elements to make things pleasant. The new grandstands assisted materially In bringing about the big success aridthere is talk already of extending it next year. The bo...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 September 1922

HAGB TWfV MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: er Six Months ; ...I .75 Per Year 1-60 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to Entered at the post office at second class mail matter. GAS COMPANY SHOULD MAKE GOOD ON PROMISE When the Southern Illinois Gas Company installed its plant one of the promises was that a storage tank should be erected here which would guarantee a supply in case of an accident. When Congressman Copley visited Marion again a few then indicated that such a tank would be erected within a few months. So far no move has been made and now their Marion customers are cut off from a supply each noon because the company cannot supply gas- The company seems to be able to supply the normal demand for gas at other hours but not when an extra heavy demand is made and they should pr...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 September 1922

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 10, 1922 EGYPTAIN DERBY IS FAIR FEATURE Speed Program for Friday Holds At tention of Immense Crowd of Fair Patrons The racing program 'for tho 1922 Williamson County Fair is generally declared to. have been the best ever hold here. The list Included . one hundred runners, trotters and pacers coming fro mthe best stables of the jnichvo3t. The track was In excellent condition and last time was reported. The great event of the day and the one tor which all race lovers were waltlni-'. was the Egyption Derby ol une and one-sixteenth miles, for which i purse of $500.00 nan been offered. There wero four nturters i.nd the horses remained well bundl ed as they passed under the tape for the three linies Loretta P. was the favorite and came o.-. a :iode winner. She was tho same horse that won tN derby at Ben top. last week. Tli '3 2:16 pace was an exciting race and five heats were required to pick the winner. There veto seven starter and r.Il were Unlimited iu tho Uat heat,...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 September 1922

.-.v PAGE FOUR iliE 5M WEEKLY LEADER .Mt.li-...'. LEGiON TO TALK ABOUT BONUS Important Issue to be Fully Discussed at the State Convention This Month. ROCK ISLAND, September 15. Three nation wide leaders, National Commander Hauford MacNIder of th American Lefion, National Chief Ivers of the "Forty and Eight," and Nation al President Mrs. Lowell F. Hobart of the American Legion Auxiliary will attend the department conventions of their organizations in this city, Sep tember 25 and 26. National Commander MacNider ha been counted on from the first but the Illinois Department's good for tune in securing the national pres! dent of the Auxiliary and the National Chief of the 40 and 8 has just been announced. While Americanization is a nation wide topic that will be emphasized at both the meeting of the Legion and the Auxiliary, a more potent interest for Illinois will be the campaign plana for the Illinois bonus. A vote of the bonus will come November 7, just six weeks afterthe convention....

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

V MARION EEKLY THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 47. No. 23 ITALIAN STORE IS DYNAMITED Jake Cacciabordo Had Been Threatened With Black Hand Letters Previously, Residents In the northwestern part ofthe'city were awakened about 3:30 a. m. Monday by a dynamite sxploslon which wrecked a portion of Jake Cacctabordo's store at 313 West White street. A heavy charge was doubtless used, Judging from the damage wrought to the property. Cacciabordo Is said to have received three black hand letters recently, asking for $5,000 from him and $5000 from his brother-in-law. About six months ago he was mysteriously shot and arrests were made but as evidence could not be verified, the case never came., to trial, WERE MARRIED AT BENTON SUN. Lloyd Llkent and "Marie Davis prised Friends After Automobile Trip SurMiss Marie Davis and Lloyd .Likens taotored to Benton last Thursday evening and were married at 9 p. m. by a Justice of the peace. They were accompanied by Marshall Walker of Mar...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 September 1922

eMtiw4aM- MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. IPS Franklin Street. ; Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: for Six Months 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 lecood class mail matter. Marion, Illinois, as COUNTY BOARD HAS SERIOUS PROBLEMS The board of supervisors is now in session and has manV serious problems to con sider. One of these is the erection of a new building at the county farm. The economical manner in which the board has handled the business of the county during the past year had made it where they expected to be abl to build a satisfactory building with the available funds. The board has done fine work but they are now facing extra expenses which will handicap them in their work. The many claims growing out of the rioting at the Southern Illinois Coal Com" pany...

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

PROF. BBATTEF TALK STO LEAGUE Address Given Monday Night at Baptiit Chuch on Subject of Law Enforcement ' The regular meeting of the Marion Law-- Enforcement .-League - was held Monday night at the First Baptist church with ' a - good . attendance of members. Theaddrcss of theevening was by Professor Arno Bratton, prillcipftl of the Marion Township Higli School and was a carefully prepared treatise of the subject and -one well) Morris Cruse of St. Louis was in worth hearing by- every citizen of 'Marto.i Monday on business. Marion. Following the address there Mra- Oscar Wall left Monday ,1'or was nil informal, discussion of 'local Buncombe to visit relatives, conditions.. Extracts fromthu talk fol-j Mr- and Mrs R. E. Jacobs motored low:: - ', to Harrisburg Sunday and spent the The address was. divided into five day 'with relatives, parts Attitude 'towards law; some Attorney and Mrs. John Field left distinctions, basis for all law, necessi- Monday for St. Louis and Springty for law en...

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

ilk rtl Mrh ft Henry W. Norman Hear W. Norman, one of Marion' most highly respected citizens, was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marian Nor man. He was born in Williamson county, Illinois, November 26, 1855, his parents being early settlers oi the county. He gained a common school education In the country schools of the county, where he grew to young manhood, always tak lng great interest in the educational welfare of his vicinity, having served on the school board of his communi ty fit" several terms In later life On March 4, 1874, he was married to Miss Harriet E Groves, who sur vives him They were bles.cd with forty fight years of happy married life together. The! lives, while suf fering the usual hardships of labor and Borrow, have been congenial and happy, and his faithful wife was a 1 ways ready to share his sorrows and was ever at his side through prosper Ity and misfortune, alike. His passing leaves her life lonely and sad but she has memories ol the beautiful life they spent toget...

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