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

Marion THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol, 47 No. 29. MARION, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1922. Subscription $1.60 Ter Year CITY WATER IS ABSOLUTELY PURE PRINCESS WHO SOON MAY BE BRIDE OF EX-KAISER OLD PROPHET FIRE DAMAGES ELECTRIC DEPOTS NEW SUPREME COURT JUSTICE RETURNS FROM EUROPE. GREEKS FLEE FROM THRACE HAD A MESSAGE Pond Water Declared Unsafe, But Sterilized Water Passes Gov ernment Test : Engineer W. H. Rlx of th Marion Water Works lias just received the state report on the water used locally. The report Is one of the best yet received aud Is based on samples Bent for a test the last of September. The report siiows that the sterilizing plant is working thoroughly, as the pond water was declared unsnte ior drinking, but the sterilized water was found to be absolutely fit for drinking, not only in conformity with state requirements, but comes' up to the government tests, which are more rigid, even, than the state tests The report on the sterilized- water says, ...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 October 1922

FAOI TWO MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pat Six Months Par Year All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to Entered at the post office at Mcond class mail matter. - NO AMERICAN ALIENATION A representative from Chile has been elected president to the assembly of the league of nations. He .received 42 votes out of the 44 states represented at the meeting. Itis not difficult to guess the motive of Eu ropean statesmen in selecting a delegate 01 of western republic as the recipient of the honor. They hope to counteract in some measure the influence of the United btates among the South American republics, belittle the power of the Monroe doctrine as the means of their protection, and make them more and more subject to the dictation of Europe. But it will not be so easy to stop the rapidly grow...

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

SKHSSfiS 4, L 1ST OF AWARDS IN FARM Lot Five Colswold '. Buck, two year olds First, O. S. Hubbard, Ogden, 111.; second, John Anderson, Murissa. Buck, one year olds First, 0. S. Hubbard, Ogden, 111.; second;- John Anderson, Marissa; third, William Taylor, Carterville Ewe,, two year olds First,, 0. S. Hubbard, Ogden, 111. Ewe, one year' olds First, 0. S. Hubbard, Ogflen, III. blwe lamb First and second, 0. S, Hubbard, Ogden, 111. . Lot Six Lincoln Buck, one year olds First and secoml, John Anderson, Marissa. Buck, iwo year olds First and second, John Anderson, Marissa. Buck lamb First, George Helms and Sons, Belleville; second, John Anderson, Marissa. Ewe, two year olds First and second, John Anderson, Marissa. Ewe one year olds First and second, John Anderson, Marissa. Ewe lamb First and second, John Anderson, Marissa. Lot Seven -Cortex. Buck, two year olds First, George Holms and Sons, Belleville. Buck, one year olds First, George Helms and Sons, Belleville Buck lamb First, George H...

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

ait BOOKS THAT II. 8, STUDENTS READ List of Books Prepared For Optional Reading of Student In Junior English Perhaps mothers and fathers of high school students sometimes wonder at the sudden tendency on the r-j-at of their sons and daughters to become ardent patrons of the public library, and to spend hours In reading which were formerly used for other purposes. Then perhaps there is a reason. In addition to regular class room work, the requirements of the high school English department are that each student must offer so much credit fn outside reading before full credit is given for the year's work. In the first two years definite selections are made by the English teachers but in the Junior English work the student is permitted to choose the books preferred, ims is restricted only by the stuuent Deing required to choose his reading from a large list prepared by the English department, The list includes books of fiction, history, biography, travel, etc. the object of it being to e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 October 1922

Semi-Ijiekly MAMOK THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 47. No. 30. M'ARION, ILLINOISTUESDAV, OCTOBER, 17, 1922 Subscription $1.50 Per Year WITHIN A FEW HOURS, AND WITH PRACTIGALLY.NO CLEWS; SHERIFF AND DEPUTIES CATCH YOUTHS - " . . , " ' i Murder of Mine Master Mechanic, While En Route to Movie at Carterville Wag Without Provocation and : Caused Considerable Excitement, PROBATE COURT JURY ANNOUNCED Sheriff Melvin Thaxton and Deputy Sheriffs S. E. Storme and John Schafer, in a few hours Wednesday night, ferreted out one of .the worst murders this couuty has known tor some months, and airested two youths, " Jury Quiren Stephany.niaBter niecnnuicui Madison Number Twelve Mine, was shot and Instantly killed , while en rcuto from the mine to Carterville to attend a show. He was accompanied by his wife and Beven-year-old stepdaughter and two neighbors auo their families. Eight- persons in the Stephany car were on the hard road between Blaiisville and Number 12 inlnewhen two...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 October 1922

1 PAGE TWO HARM SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion. Illinois). W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. ftt Six Months ir Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: .70 . . 1.50 All. subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. be Entered at the post cond class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, THE CREDIT OF COURAGE More than once, for one reason or another, some soldier's identity or battle record has been challenged and there has been no way to settle the question. Th veterans oi the greatest war are to be protected from such uncertainty, according to plans just made in Washington. ' , A Battle Participation Board has been constituted for this purpose. Its duty is the reviewing oi me record or every outfit which went into service overseas. Exactly what part each division took in activities against the Germans, will be determined, together with the...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 October 1922

tPWSDAT. rtf-TOBER, IT, 1921 HOME BUREAU CONFERENCE Women of Williamson and Adjoining Counties Join in Meeting With Assistance of U. of I. Leaders The work ol the Home Bureau In this and neighboring counties has received great impetus through the gathering together of representatives of. the different 1 organizations, toi,iimtr villi a large number .of the leaders lnjhe work at the University cf Illinois for a district conference Such meetings have beeu held In inner parts of the state, but none with greater interest than here. Delei,.i(M tioin all parts of the county have beou present, as well as those i to in other places. The Southern Illinois Homo Bureau Conference which is being held in Marion at the First Methodist church, opened Thursday infirnlng at ten o clock, with Mrs. C. C. Baiars president of the Williamson County Home Bureau, in charge. The meeting opened with community singing conducted by Mrs. John Stone, Jr., and was followed by the welcome address by Mrs YV. O. Pai...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 October 1922

Tuesday. October 17, lwt' ' w .. . , ?. n , - --.-i r i - COMPENSATION CASE DOCKET October Cases Will Be Heard Next Week at the City Hall In Herrin and Last all Week i: III UnlA TlMj wompeusauuu vuun win its meetings this mouth at the City' nan in ne.m .uu m.s - cases have baen set (or si n Cl - , I f... tha II U W. of A., will have charge of the ) cases for the complainaints. The ' docket Bet for Monday, October 17, was published Thursday and the remaining cases follow. Tuesday, Oct. 17, 1922 Orin Hill, vs. Peabody Coal Co. Lee Collier, vs. Peabody Coal Co. Vernell Reel vs. Big Muddy Coal Company. Ruel Duncan vs. Big Muddy Coal Company, Root Moberly vs. Big Muddy Coal Company. Sam Lobey vs. Big Muddy Coal Company. Ignati Gradugas vs. Big Muddy Coal Company. Win. Shockley vs. Big Muddy Coal Company. - Robt. McCutcheon vs. Federal Coal Company. W. S. Stocks vs. Federal Coal Co, John G. Watson vs. Federal Coal i Company. J. H. French vs, Pratt Bros. Albert Parson vs. Pratt Bros. Wedne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 20 October 1922

Marion Semi JL J THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY V V JJJU1JLJ J- i Vol. 47. No. SO. "7 ' " " '" : ' - ' - . . M ARION. ILLINOIS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1922 ' - i r -i 1 i ii .. o, . . - ouii&'-iiniiun xi.'.o itr v,ii. IIIBIinilllBvailJh lilALLUWt tNIS R. F. HALL DIES IN KENTUCKY Body of Scottsboro Young Man Who Died from Appendicitis Is Brot Home for Burial, The body of Robert F. Hall of Cen tral City, Ky., who died there follow Ins an operation for appendicitis, ar rived In Marion on Sunday and was taken to the homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall of Scottsboro from which funeral services were hold Monday afternoon at two o'clock, conducted by Rev. J. H. Browning and Rev. A. Slagle. The young man was born in Williamson county on May 31, 1902, and At the time of his death was 20 years 4 months and 13 days of age, He was a young miner and has spent most of his life In Williamson county and bad worked in the mines hero. He also attended the Marlon publi...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 20 October 1922

HARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. ia Franklin Street. '- Marion. Illinois. W. 0. PA'ISLEY. Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor, 8 U BSC Rl PTION RATE si fT Sis Months .75 ! Tear 1-60 Ail subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be tapped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Bstered at the post Mad class mail matter. office at TURN TO THE RIGHT. The rule in the U. S. has always been for the driver to turn to the right when meet ing another vehicle. In Lurope it has been the reverse. Canada is showing how close she is to the United States by changing her traffic laws. The "turn to the right" rule of Ameri can traffic was recently introduced into British Columbia, where the rule of "turn to the left" has been in force since the coming of the first colonists. Changing to the new system involved changes in railway cars, tracks, switches and inthe location of rural stations, and in all is said to have cost British Columbia over a million...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 20 October 1922

LITERARY DiQEST BALLOT UNFAIR Proof Given that Church Members i i a - ,., i. Did Not Receiv Ballots In Prohibition Poll '. . ceiving only a small fraction of their William H Anderson state sui,.I,roper proportion wKh a t totendent of the Ant -Saloon League , orts 0 ftne wets he New York on Friday, September vote3 show omy ?5 M, g 22nd, issued the following statement: look the trouWe tQ- ( fe The Literary Digest says in IU corded la fav(u. of eith(n. "Final Returns' that , ballots we Lu,uncaMon ,,raud ot moflmcatloi, sent to 38.7 pEr cent of the electorate whereM wIth less tllan firtn , XTmn- Vrtrb- Gratis InnlilHIrKv oil Ida. m cr ... 'ipnone BuusunuKiB. xiu i oi uuuiui of voting age In the church congregations, only 6.7 Per cent (six and seven tenths per cent) and only ol Ihose present 18 6 per cent (eighteen and six tenths per cent) of those having telephoens received ballots. The following facts show conclusively that either tHe ballots were noi mailed to. church voters in the sa...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 20 October 1922

t-i 5 Li 2x HHilTiirW Will CRISIS COMES IN RRITI9H AFFAIRv : J Ulll I lOll ftlTflinO Regular services were held at this INDIAN CAMP place on Saturday night, Sunday anil Sunday night by Rev. McCaun, 0" lftrDft "mwd nttAti.le.l Freeman Turner of FonUae, who llRfi been visiflntr with hio mn.i.,.1- Vote Will be Taken Tomorrow Whether Lioyd George Shall Be Sustained in Parliament LONDON. Oct. w.ngs of ".7 the Tory party are recruiting to full . , . , , ., . . ... , , Rufus Neely of Marion vi led w tS strength today in preparation for the , . ,,,, ; . , , . . Ills brother, Joseph Neely, who lias struggle tomorrow, when the mem- k , ' .11 .,. w !u . . . been 111 for some t1ra. o" Sunday at berg will vote whether to sustain and . ... .... ternoon. support the coalition government ot , u , , . i r, , .... . ., I Hosea Tanner of Dykersburg is onLloyd George, or withdraw. Austin I. , .. . ., ,. i-h.mh,ioi o .."., parsing his stone building. of the House of Commons, asked that I the party Btipp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 October 1922

jy4 Semi ADM JLJJLJJL. THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. No. 32, i """ ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 1 -in ii . SilbscriDtlnn 11 Kn v ; " ' ' 1 1 ' m Ml f in WBBI LOVDOWN HOLDUP WAS REPORTED "Unci Mart" Davis Robbed Thursday Night of Watch and Pocketbook With $10.00 About one of the most contemptible robberies of the year was reported Thursday night, when three highwaymen held up, "Uncle Mart" Davis on East College street, within a few feet of his home) and robbed him of his watch and pocketbook containing $10.00. Mr. Davis is nearlng his eightieth birthday and not as active as in former years. The well known citizen bad returned frort Springfield at noon on Thursday fron the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows at where be went as representatii from the local lodge. He had paid his own expenses and hai not yet been reimbursed by the lodge, which accounted for t he fact that he had no more funds In his possession, although be bad Just given his son two ten-difilar bills, late in the after...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 October 1922

MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADErt (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois, W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year , . All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to Entered at the post office at lecond class mail matter. THE ELECTION IS NOW AT HAND. 1 The election on November 7ns one in which there is about the usual interest for what is known as an "off year." It is where voters do not take th einterest at this time that they do at the time of a presidential election. The Democratic leaders are trying to take advantage of this and are mak ing a still hunt to get outtheir full vote while they count on the Republicans being overconfident and that they will stay. at home. The conditions are such that the failure of Republicans to vote their ticket as this time will mean a serious blowto our country. We have now had but nineteen months of Republican...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 October 1922

TfTKBIJAY. OCTOBFR 24, CLAIM NO FLAWS IN CONSTITUTION Chairman of Submission Commute States that Charges Made Are Without Foundation . URBANA, 111., Oct. 19. Charging that a deliberate, attempt la being made to prejudice the people against Hie proposed new constitution before they have had the opportunity to study it, Henry 1. Green of Urbana, chairman of the committee on submission, today made a stinging reply to a statement giv neto the press . by Henry Hooker Van Meter, a Bible League organizer, located at present in Springfield. The Van Meter statement charged that the words "In the year of - our Lord" had been omitted from the draft of the constitution and thut this vitiated it. A number of Springfield ministers and others, according to press reports, signed the protest. "Evidently the gentlemen who sign ed this statement," Mr. Green said, "were misled. If they will go to the olfice of the Secretary of State, where the official copy of the con stitution as adopted by the conven...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 October 1922

ll1-',rV'i1jrrj LEIQN POSTTO GIVE MINSTREL West Frankfort Leadi With Mine Pay Roll WEST FRANKFORT, Out. 19. I Wset Frankfort is again rapidly tak- ' . ing her place in h'e production Oi Armistice Day will Be Celebrated oy coal, although there is still ground to Local Talent Production to Re- be gained, says the West Frankfort Dlenith Treasury ' I American x . I This is shown most clearly . by Williamson Post. Wo. 147, The the mine payrolls, as they Increase ai American Legion, will give their big f;uh l'oitnii;hily pay day Armistice Hay celebration this year ; The pay last Saturday was the on Friday, November 10th, at Ihe largest that has- been seen here since Orpheum Theatre, in the form of a the suspension of mining when the Dig nome laleut production. strike was called last April, with an C. R. Edrington, Post Adjutant, and ! approximate $350 000 turned into the gecretaiy for the Greater Marion As-1 trade channels of the city. This is soclation ,who has had many years' ; better b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 October 1922

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol 47. No. 33.. SPECIAL LESTER MIME RIOT GRAND Forty-eight more Indicted for Death of Non-Union MenSome, Question as to the Legality of the Indictments Returned by Jury Today. The special grand jury, which wag originally empaneled on 'August 28th, ainui! its I'luU repoit today alter a h.U-f j-evouyeneil session anu . discharged' by Judge Hartwell. Forty- ' eight more murder indictments were . returned and two indictments for smaller offenses, having no connection with the riot case were also returned. . The special grand jury recessed on j September 23rd for one mouth. They I were originally formed during the July term of court a'nd recessed on Saturday before the new term ot court began on Monday. Owing to ' the fact that the meeting today was held in the September term ot court, there is a strong contention that the present grand jury had" no authority to act and Judge Hartwell states tnat the indictments may possibly be thrown out o...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 October 1922

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. J22. i t-L. - fa PAGE TWft THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Mariun, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PA1SL1CY,. City Bditor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: fr Six Month $ .76 Fw Yr 1 1.60 All subscriptions payable In advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at tbe post of fire at jecond class mail matter. Marion, Illinois, as COX'S COCKLE-DOODLE-DO. "Republicans are on the defensive," cries Governor Cox. Of course the Republicans the defending the records of Congress and the administration against the attacks by the Democrats, but not in the sense of offering apologies. No Republican candidates who ever ran for office had greater asset than those this year find inthe story of what has been accomplished at Washington since President Harding took office. They are proud to go. before the people on such an issue. MEX. TAXES. American old companie...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 October 1922

Friday, October 2?, 192a. CHE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADXk MISS MERCER BECOMES BRIDE OF ROBERT WILLIAMS The marriage of Miss Nollle Mercei and Kobcrt M.. Williams was solemnized with a church wedding at the Christian church ou Wednesday alternoon at three o'clock, Reva A, M. Laird of delating. The ultar was banked with ferns and potted plants forming a beautiful backgrourfd. The bridal party came Into the room to the strains of Mendellsohn's wedding march, played by Mrs. L. A Colp. First came the bride's maids. Misses Paries Aikman. Eunice Maluwarine. Chesta Mitchell ,and Leah Ledbetter, i Abetter, Lulu Doerr and Mesdames and then the maid of honor, MisSiEarl -Hindmn. J- M- Tyree. B. E. dk iwvwt friiwort h fh ,.inJMitcllen. A. H. Joseph, A. J.! Flaugh- ' 0 r V.. Tnliwn W S MMiran I bearer Walter Casey Skaggu and the bride walked alone. They were met ENTERTAINED IN HONOR OF SISTER MeBdames Bruce Wallace and Sidney Sage were .host-jsses at a bridge parly given Monday evening at the Happy Hour. ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 October 1922

rii 8M1.WEKLY ULAD13L FRTftAT, OCTOBER 27, Mil P AGS: f OOR 2I0N HILL Loren MeNew of Marion spent Saturday and Sunday -with home folks. Pauline Richardson, a Johnston Ctty high school student, spent tho week end with-her mother, Mrs. Belle tlichardson. Mrs. Marie Perdue Bud son, P. ., Of Marion, ',siied the last v.eok with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Carter. ' ... Miss Phoebe McNew, who is attend ing .high school at deal Springs, - visited home folks Saturday and Sunday, " The regular fourth Saturday a nd Sunday church services were held at Zlon Hill. Mr. and Mrs Roscoe Peaton a t:d j children and Clarence Perdue of Ma- ! rion motored to Mr Lewis Carta's i Saturday evening. "aSturday night the party enjoyed a 'possum hunt. o , . DYKERSBURG The singing school at Indian Camp ' which was conducted by Mr. Lauderdale ended Sunday with all day sing- i ing and basket dinner on the ground . 1 Several of Mr. Louderdale's friends ' fronm Eddyville were present to help i with the singing. A...

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