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

IK nilnrtm 4'? Hi THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND' WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 17. No. 40. MARION, ILLINOIS FlilDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1922. Subscription $1.50 Per Year ?! i' y tmm'l- JFJLMJLJLIJL , : I f n n ihi rmm 4MB WORKING NOW ON SECOND PANEL Oscar Swanner, James Weaver, Henry Riddle and George Cox Are Accepted. The state and defense about eleven o'clock Wednesday a .m. agreed upon the first panel of four Jurors. Those Accepted were: Oscar Swanner, E2, Centerville fatrrier." James Weaver, 56, Crab Orcha.'d farmer. , Henry Riddle, 33, Corinth farmer and ex-miner. George Cox, 27, Marlon miner. " Chief Counsel A. W. Kerr of the miners, who has been kept from the court room by an Infected ear for a day and a half was able to' resume his place at the defense table Wednesday morning.: - Before court convened C. C. Davis put & bouquet of asters on the judge's bench and gave a nosegay to each of the prisoners. Detailed report of the examination during the morning will be printed later,...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 November 1922

PAGE f we THE StMi-WEEKLTf LEAD Eft ara-xtwiiiiCsattM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER j j9M 1ARI0N SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor' OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months $ .76 Per Yesr 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Taper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the ' post office at second class mail matter. Marion, Illinois, as THE AMERICAN CREED. "I believe in the United States of Am erica as a government of the people, by the people, tor the people; whose just powers ar derived from the consent of the governed ; ' admocracy in a republic ; a sovereign Nation of many sovereign States; a perfect union, one and inseparable; established upon those principles of freedom, equality, justice, and humanity for which American patriots sacrificed their lives and fortunes. "I therefore believe it is my duty to mv country to love it; to suppor...

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

ft&ibAV, ' tiov&Mul2& 1?, mi MARION LOST TO MURPHY HIGH M. T. H. S. Football Team Sixth Viv- tim of Jackson County Team. The Marion Township high school loot bull team again went down , to defeat Saturday afternoon; this time lo th? . Murphysboiu ulga ,i:liool eleven by a score of 31 to 7. This makes at least six straight victories lor the Murphysboro team this year without a single defeat. ,.. Murphysboro torged to the front ' In the first minute of the game when Murphysboro recovered Anderson's klckoff behind the Marion goal line, where it was good for a touchdown. Captain Isom of the Murphysboro team kicked the goal, making the score 7 to 0, in favor of Murphys loro. before the game had hardly rtarted. -' Undaunted Dy this surprise at the outset, the Marion boys .settled down to good hard football, held Murphys bora for downs and made a number of good gains so that when the first quarter ended it was still a toss up as to who the final -victor ...

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

ili2 25LMIAVXLY LEADER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER if 19J2. t AGE f tfUK JURY SELECTION IS VERY SLOWLY IN MURDER TRIAL At Noon Only Three Jurors Had Been Tentatively Accept ed for Service and the State Had Exhausted Ten Preemptory Challenges Prosecution Used One. At noon Tuesday when court nd- ' journed no new progress had beeu made in selecting tue jury, except that the state had been forced to use ten of its possible one hundred preemptory challenges and the defense had been forced to use one preemptory challenge in all. The State used lour challenges on Tuesday morning, and the defense none. Attfirney A. W. Kerr, chief counsel far the United Mine Workers still kepi from the court room, due to an Infected ear and risiugs. He had a fever " all night Monday and bis associates on Tuesday morning said that U would be several days before he could return to the court loom. ' Roy Otey was not in court when it convened Tuesday morning, being delayed, and forced to walk to town, when his train broke ...

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

,.-r,: i ! f til 1L7TL7T7 KLY . m f ! THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLI AMSOV COUNTY h Vol 17. No.41. MARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1922. Subscriptioa f 1.D0 Per Year Semi cm r 4 WOMAN'S GLUB TO ASSIST IN SALES MONEY FOR JURY I COLP NEGRO SHOT IS ALL GONE NOW! I BARROOM FIGHT Four Have Been Finally Accepted and Three Are Held Pending Final Acceptance by the Defense More Jurors Are to Report Monday Morning. Marion Organization to Take Red Cross Christmas Seals to Extent of $50.00 Rapid progress was made this week in the selection of a jury to hear the Lester mine riot cases. Four jurors have been accepted by both sides, and three jurors have been tentatively accepted by the State, but the defense has taken no action upon them, as yet. All seven jurors are being held in the care of bailiffs over the week, end Those , held are: Finaliy Accepted - Oscar Swanner, 62, fanner, living near Carterville, selected Monday afternoon. James Weaver, 56, farmer, living south ol Crab Orcha...

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

PAGE TWO THE 5EMI-WEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, M MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: fer Six Month ; ...$ .75 Pr Yar 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, Second class mail matter. MORE GOOD ROADS. The state of Minnesota has just finished celebrating the completion of a stretch of . fine paved highway running between Little " Fall and Faribault a distance of more than 150 miles. In a good roads proclamation to the people, the governor of Minnesota called at tention to the fact that this one highway was only a part of the state's accomplishment for the past 18 months. In addition, he pointed out, 2,261 miles of highways have been graded, 2,246 miles have been graveled, 241 miles of paving have been added, 982 miles...

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

rr , . TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1922. COURT PROCEEDINGS IN MURDER TRIAL Court proceedings in the Lester strip mine riot trial, progressed rapidly on Wednesday, with the selection of four jurors and an important decision given as to the qualification of Jurors. . As given in Wednesday'a Republican, those selected for the Jury thus far are:. Osca: ' Swauner, Carterville fanner. James Weaver, Crab Orchard farmt er, Henry Riddle, Corinth farmer aud ex-miner, , Georgo Cox, Marion miner. When court convened Wednesday morning, the first prospective juror examined was Sam Hester, of Marion, who had mined coal since 1895 and who Had two sons who .were miners. He had an opinion as to the guilt or innocence of the accused and was excused for cause. The thirty-eighth prospective juror aud the fourth actual juror examined was George Cox, 27, of Marion, who had been a miner for several years. He had lived In Marion for four years and before that had farmed. He said he favored the death penalty law. ...

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

PAGE FOUR V MINER DIES FROM INJURIES THHIIS. SEMl-WEEKLV LEADER Failed to Rally From Injuries Suffered When Slate Falls on Him Hugh Alonzo Oliver, who was hurt Thursday at tha vrhita 4oi, ,i.. 1 died Thursday afternoon. -arte., h eaU,erinortt. hauling their winter'? had toiled to rally from tha i,,iVf, I. . and storms tlleir Pp- CRAB ORCHARD t Billie Had lord of ' CreiU ' Springs SPILLERTOWN f r -r t t - -t f Air. and Mis. iiert Angel 'and child ,0U v'siua r. and aitb. ki-eu ..!, SOUTHERN Mr. mid Mrs. John t Bean onler- r Sunday. Mr. una tors. Ed Hex of Marlon visited relatives here bunday. iillil.'l. fl).. I.Iiio . .... , . -.uMi uauBJiier ot Airs. aiued Sunday at their' home in Neil. sou wfth ir twelve o'clock dinner, the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Tucker, -Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Tucker and suffered. His rieafh r.n,..n., . ' the finding t th- Ml's' J- Edwards is 0 VMW s juy, H its due to a fall of black slate , The coroner's inquest was held last' nig...

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

y Marion Semi-Weeily THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSO V COUNTY Vol. 17. No. 42.. VETS MUST APPLY BEFORE DEC. 16 Applications for Vocational Education for Ex-Soldiera Should be Made ,,. I at Once WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 20, "The Kehabilitation Act which pro- Jack Has Big Sale at Spillertown S. S. Jack, the well known Spillertown merchant, Is now conducting the big sale which ha announced through a page adv. In the Marlon Daily Republican. Mr. Jack reported on Monday that the results were ahead of any of those in his previous big sales, and was much pleased with them. Customer! from many COUNTY OFFICERS HERRIN BASKET vides tor the vocational education or other places are going to Spillertown certain classes ol disabled veterans has a provision which states that applications tor vocational education must be made prior to December IS, 1922," declared Col. Charles 11. Forbes director of the United States eVteraris' Bureau. "This provision ol- the Kehabilitation Act means that those ...

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

PAGE TWO THE SEMI- WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1922. HARM SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER . (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Marlon. Illinois. . W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor . OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: tor 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 tbe post second class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, as WIRELESS IN MINE DISASTERS. Wireless waves may be used in the future to communicate with entombed miners. Experiments made recently at Brucetown, Pa., proved that signals sent out from a station 18 miles from the mine could be heard with varying degrees of distinctness copy. Tle ones we ' distrubuting hav; fvtm KM tr inn foot nnHav n'l'Almri 1 , ,. , . .. . . o THE NEW CONSTITUTION. The date for the vote on the proposed new state constitution is set for Tuesday, December 12. The problem before the voter as to whether or n...

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

FRIDAY, NOvWbTO 24, 1322. fHE 5EMI WEEKLY LEADER Mr. and Mrs. Edward Martin and children of Gorevllle were In Marion Tuesday on business. 1 Mr. and Mrs. John Berry of Coulterville pasted through Marion Tuesday en route to Herrin to spend sevM'a ldays visiting friends. Miss Irene Harper of Goreville returned to her home Tuesday after .spending several days in Carbondale visiting friends. , Lorau Jones of Jonnstou City was a business visitor in Marion uTesday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ford and daughter, Margaret, of Paulton were in Marion Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Heaton and son, Luke, ot Pittsburg were iu Mariou Tuesday on business. Miss Faye Jetts of Anna passed through Marion Tuesday en route to her home after spending several days in Harrisburg. visiting at the home of Miss Laura Jetts. Miss Lela Ashby of Carrier Mills returned to her home Tuesday alter spending several days in Mariou visiting friends. W. T. Edmondson of New Burnsides was a busines viitor in Marion Monday...

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

PAGE FOUR TURKEYS ARE FLYING HIGH! Price on the "Thanksgiving Bird" Put Them in the High Cost of Living Class During the war, It was said that the only things that did not go up in price were oysters and piano tun-1 lng. " But no matter ;wliat the latter ol these two has done, during or , since the war, it is a "cinch" that oysters have at least reached a point along with otUtr foodstuff, and - that the oyster dressing for Thanksgiving dinner will cost commensurately with everything else or more unless it is turkey itself. Turkeys, which are said to be very scarce and hard to obtain this year, are, according to most local markets "going to be aboyt 50 cents per pound on "hoof" and from 60 to 65 cents ! per pound dressed. And oysters, which a few years ago, "two bits" would buy a quart, are now around 60 to 80 cents, according to the choicenesg and size. This is not due to the local dealers, but owing to a great demand this year, Chesapeake Bay dealers have shot their price up, and m...

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

ill I HON mm THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY MA Vol. 17. No.. 48. MARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1922, TWO MORE ATTEMPTS TO COMPLETE SECOND PANEL OF FOUR JURORS Defense Made One Tender and State Excused a Talesman, But Later State Madea Tender and the Defense Excused Another Talesman. MOVES OFFICES TO NEW BUILDING Seven more prospective jurors went thru the jury box on Friday morning and twice it seemed as tho the end was nearing, but both times a peremtory challenge was exercised and the was nearing, but both times a peremppane lbroken. ' .When court convened in the morning the defense again tendered four men, the ones tendered Thursday afternoon, but withdrawn. The state without further examination, excused States Attorney Duty Now Installed In New Building on North Market Street States Attorney Delos Duty today moved his offices from the Southern Berry Deaton, who had been in the Illinois Gas Company building to his box for. nearly a week and was one new bu...

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

PAGK TWO THE EM!.WEKLY LEADER MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. IPS Franklin Street. ',-.--, Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor . OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor., SUBSCRIPTION RATES: rer six Months , $ .75 Per Year 1,50 Ail subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration ot time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post tecond class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, THANKS FOR THE HARVEST. . Having a plentiful harvest after four years of small crops, the farmers of NewEngland, N. D., a few days ago gave public thanks to God for blessings received. Clergymen of various denominations led the prayers of gratitude. It is an ancient custom to implore heaven for bountiful field and pastures, and then to offer thanks after the harvest. And it is a beautiful custom. We cannot deride the most evident fact that life and health are gifts. The national observance of Thanksgiving Day will be on November 30 and we should all...

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

WESbAY, NOVEMBER 51 1322. NEELY EXAMINED 1 1 PROSPECTIVE JURORS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON Defense Used Three Peremptories on Wednesday, Making a Total of Seven Peremptories Used by That Side Against Nineteen Used by Defense. In the afternoon Lester mine riot trial session on Wednesday Judge liui'us Ncely, defense attorney, broke all previous records In this trial for spiie'.ly Jury examination From two o'clock until five o'clock he examined eleven prospective jurors, excusing niuo J or cause and two with defense peremptories Jl filly LUI ICR, As soon as court convened in the afternoon, the second fifty talesmen t of the rl'rd venire was called, and they lined the walls arounct the back of l.ho court room. Tlw judge then said that he would hoar excuses, which he did in the grand jury room, with the result that two were excused for being over age, one was excused because he was not a citizen olVIlllnois, four were excused because they had no one to leave at home with their families and nine...

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

paoi worn illE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADSR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28 1922. MASONIC LODGE Afternoon and Night Session I Held , Whtn Degrees Are Conferred on Candidates Fellowship Lodge, No S9, A. F. and A. M., held a special afternoon and night session Wednesday for the purpose of conferring work in the Master Mason's degree. Three caudi - dates presented themselves in tke afternoon, when the first part of the work was given. The fourth candi date was given the work in the even ing session when the final lectures were given to the class. Iu the afternoon the teams were most'y coinposed of , visitors, while at night the degree team from Fellowship Lodge conferred the work, which was in charge of Worshipful Master John L. Whiteside. " At six o'clock adjournment was taken to tho basement, where an ample fish supper had been prepared by Mrs. W. H. Shadowens and her assistants. During the intermission, musid' was furnished by Albert Hood and Will Forker on violin and piano. The meeting had been arrange...

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

-Civ. Emm THE HOWS PAPER OF MARION AND WILLI AMSO V COUNTY Vol. 17. No. 45. , , ' MARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5,1922 MINER SHOT Itl MINE WASH HOUSE Two Men of Parsons, III., Held In Jail Here Charged with the , ( - Shooting. Sheriff Melvin, Thaxton wag called to the Herrln hospital Thursday to hear the statement of a miner named Kerley who was thot to be dying from wounds received Saturday night when he was held up and shot in the wash house at Madison Mine No. 12. Two men are now held inthe county, jail in connection with the shooting. The wounded nian told Sheriff Thax- ton that he was alone in the wash house at the mine after work Saturday and was but partly dressed when two men entered the building and order ed him to put up his hands. He said that he complied wit htheir requejt Immediately but that they fired upon him and then ran from the building. He described one of the men as being tall and the other of smaller stature Both wore handkerchiefs over their faces, he sai...

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

THE SEKI-WEZKIY LEAOSR 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 .75 Per Year . 1.60 All subscriptions, payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration ot time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, aa second class mail natter. st& HAND PICKED IMMIGRANTS. The commissioner general of emigration in Italy said recently : "Italy could supply the United btates critics may say. Opinion differ, properly CLEMENCEAU'S PURPOSE. Clemeneeau's public addresses have been rambling and vague, but there need not be any mystery as to what he is driving at. lhrough the speeches themselves runs constant evidence of a fairly simple purpose He has put the matter more concisely than usual in a talk with a New York World cor respondent. "I have come here," he said, "to present a general orientation of...

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

HERRltJ WON ON THANKSGIVING Final Game of the Season Ended In Defeat for Marlon High School Eleven. teaFor the first time since football was revived as one of the athletic activities of the Marion. Township High School three years ago, the Marion eleven lost to the Herrin High School grid team in the Thanksgiving day game played at Herrin in the Chapman-Veach ball park. The final score was 14 to 0. The Marion boys played a good game but Herrin play ed a better and tho their victory was never a certainty until the last few minutes of play, they won. The hundreds of Herrin rooters at the game formed a sea of orange and black which surged against the wire stretched along the side line, yelling encouragement to their warriors thru- ' out the game. ' Across the field from the opposite side came the strains of me nernn oign scnooi songs piavea by the high school band, A parade of automobiles thru the streets of the city preceded the game. There was color, color, everywhere. ' It was a gre...

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

IflSb 5 SjilivVl .! I UlW: ARGUE POINT OF LAW IN COURT Saturday Afternoon Session Was Taken Up Mainly With Discussion Before the Court. Little was accomplished in the way of actual Juror examination on Wednesday afternoon, the time being spent in listening to an argument before the judge upon a technical law point. Previous to the noon hour, States Attorney Delos Duty examined August Boester, John Fry and Ed Soldner al lot whom had opinions and Nathen Pendland, who held no opinion. Waiv ing that he considered his right to challenge for cause, Duty tendered the four men as jurors, despite the fact that they held opinions and which he knew the defense would have to challenge them for. By forcing them to challenge, he also would have forced them to take the lead in the examination. Immediately after the noon recess Judge Hartwell ruled that the talesmen, by having formed and expressed an opinion, ihad disqualified themBelves and that they could not be tendered as qualified jurors. Afte...

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