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

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSO v COUNTY Vol. 17. No. 46.. GEORGE SMOTHERS TENTATIVELY HELD IN JURY BOX ON WEDNESDAY MARION, ILLINOIS FRIDAY DECEMBER 8, 1922. Examination of Six Jurors Consumed All Morning Wednesday Five Felt That They Would Not Be Fair Jurors to Try This Case. on At the noon adjournment, George Smothers, a farmer and ,'oimer mln- er, had been added to the three ten tatively held over night and was the most prospective juror examined this week. Tho examination en Wednesday morning was as follows: ' Frank A. Hardcastle of Grassy township a farmer and fo.mer owner of a Royalton Theatre, had a brotherinlaw who mined coal. Ha wag op posed to the death penalty as he did not "believe in killing at all." He said that he did not believe lie would make a fair juror and was excused. .. Miles Cox of Grassy township, who farms and has a "dozen children," knew two defendants aud having formed and expressed an ojnnlou which would make him an unfair juror, he was excused. H...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 December 1922

f . 1. - THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER niiuAy.'iwcEMnBii s, iocs. MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. . - Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months ' ...... 1.UV Per Year All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office jecond class mail matter. at Marlon, Illinois, aa OMAHA JUDGE TAKES SPEEDERS TO ....... HOSPITAL Police Judsre William Wappich of Om aha, believes thata quilty person should see tha Ha.mes he has done or might do. Last week he took nine who had been convicted of speeding or reckless driving to the lora Lister Hospital to view some of the prostrate and pain racked forms of the victims of the speed demon. As they looked at those who were suffering as the result of motor carelessness, the judge and has court officer, T. B. Crawford, preached a sermon. John Wier, 54th and Deca...

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

?! i fH SEMI-WEEKLY LEADED PAGE THRfiS i -'r i t : . ur New County Officers N OF OTIS CLARK MARRIED SHERIFF COUNTY CLERK COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS COUNTY JUDGE o .Vo.-'-lii-tj "erfo-med Mo. '.tiny AfteN njon by Squire C. M. Parks At Hie Office Burgess Clark, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Clark, was united in marriage ' H V ' a ' " v. v if . -vy c,v - I - ?.r;;-.. 1 i f ' " . h X - f t . . . . " - S - ft 1 X : ' :i l 1 ' ' ' - - ' ' V. . ' ! " ... . , y (JWOROK GALLIOAN h r ' i p - 1 I ; - - 1 I - " 7 1 - - - ., S. B. STORMB Mm V)' f 1 KSCSAfS V Altlio re-elected county superintendent of school by a big majority, the law makes no change in that ofttee until the first Monday in August, following election, so it -will be nearly a year before County Superintendent MeKimiey actually succeeds himself in that office. TUESDAY MORNING EXAMINATION OF JURORS WAS UNSUCCESSFUL Court Adjourned at 11:20, but Reconvenes at 1:30 to Continue the Quest for Four More Jurors, Who Will Complete the Pan...

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

. Jfc.4--.v"iSfl.'!SVS!S! PAGE FOUR STATE FINALLY FORCED DEFENSE INTO JUROR Argument at to Constitutionality of Jurors Occupied a Portion of the Session on Monday Morning. Eleven Examined During the Day. On their second attempt, the state forced the defense to take the lead In examination, which the? held at ' adjournment time on Monday after ' noon. Those remaining in the box over night looking toward the com' - pletion of the third , and 'ant panel, were: Nathan Pendland, a' farmer, j who was tentatively held by die state ' last Wednesday. Charles Mclnturff, a fainiei, whom the defense twice tried to excuse for cause, but which challenge the judge " overruled. Robert Ritchey, a mine:', who said that It would "take more than evl deuce" to change his opinvn. J. M". Tiler, a firmer, who was be ing examined when adjournment time came. wnen court convenes muuuay morning, Nathan Pendland and H. J. Rogers were in the box, having been held since adjournment last Wednesday. W R. Pulley and...

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

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY t. Vol.. 17.. No. 47. JUDGE D. T. HARTVELL SAYS FIRST PERSON TO SHOW SYMPATHY IN THE COURT ROOM GOES TO J AIL Ruling Applies Regardless of Which Side Sympathy May . Be For Order Will Be Maintained in Court Room Throughout the Trial. . JUDGE'S STATEMENT There will be perfect order 4 In this tria,l and I will send f the first person to jail wlio "f (.hows approval or disapproval of any testimony or statement during the trial. The attor neys will do the fighting. I'll do Iho ruling and no one else will help me. Both sides will get a fair and Impartial trial. Follcwing statements from ottorneyg on both sides in the Lestet mine riot trial, as to when the opening statements should be made Judge D. T. Hartwell on Frilay af'einoon ruled that the opening statements would be made on next Wednesday beginning at 9 a. m. 'Accordlug to a previous announcement when the trial opened all witnesses are ordered to report .it the same time. The first' stat...

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

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12,' 1922. MARION SEffl-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, F.ditor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Mouths .76 Per Yar . 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at tuo post second class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, as THE NEW LINE OF THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL. The announcement of the proposed new line of the Illinois Central from Edgewood to Metropolis which appeared in the Marion Daily Kepublican a short time ago was the first intimation to Southern Illinois of the latest plans for improvement which the being prepared by the Illinois Central Railroad. . It came as a shock to the cities on the main line of that road which would be affected by the diversion of traffic over the new cut-off. Cafro citizens at once became alarmed and sent a delegati...

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

TirrSDAT, DECEMT3ER 1 2, 1922. STUDENTS ARE WAGE EARNERS Over 20 Per Cent of Boys in Graduating Class of M. T. H. 8, Work More than fourteen per cent of the boys attending the Marion Township high school are working to pay part or all of their expenses while Ka school, accordlng'to figures obtained from a partial Survey of the student body. Included among the boys working their way through school are over 20 per cent of the boys in the graduating class tills year. Out o the total of 234 uoys in the high school, Including boys from the ages 14 to 19, there are M who are employed outside of school hours. These boys are divided among the four classes as follows: Seniors 14, jun'.ors 1, sophomores 7, and freshmen 8. The time wnicn uie uoys me employed outside of school uours varies from about six hours a week for the boys carrying daily paper.;, to 20 or more hours put in by thos-j employed as clerks. Some work only after school each day, while others work before and after school and on...

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

fAGE FCtTR ill 5EMI..WEEKLY LLADZR TtTSTTAT. DECE'ttafc'U 12. HEW VENIRE OF TWENTY REPORTED FOR DUTY EARLY THIS MORNING Before adjurnment early Thursdtiy afternoon, a new venire of twenty talesmen was called tor this morn ing and it is hoped to be able to complete the jury with this as a final venire. The examination Thursday afternoon was conducted under extreme difficulties and adjournment was finally taken at 3:30 p. m., when the noise became to terrific on the public square that the further questioning of witnesses was an impossibility. When court reconvened after the noon recess the examination of Esco Bundren was resumed. He stated that he had read of the riot in th Republican, and that he had received the coal association pamphlet. Af ter twenty-five minutes of examina tion, he was asked whether he had an opinion in the case and so was ex cused for cause as he had formed an opinion and had expressed it. E. E. White, the 214th talesman examined said he lived near Creal Springs...

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

THE HOWE PAPER OF MARION AND W1LUAUSOV COUNTY Vol. 17. No. 49. MARION, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, IfECEMBER 15, 1622. ' ' "mg .. .-. . , Subsnrintinn 1 Kfl Pr v, ', KERR OPENS, CASE ! FOR THE DEFENSE Chief Counsel for llllnol Mine Work. ' ere Outlines Defense' Case , . In Riot Trial A. W. Kerr, chief counsel for the Illinois Mine Workers in, making his opening statement to the jury in the first of the Herrin trials, said, that the defense would prove that the killing of armed guards was a result . or the uniawtul invasion! or William ton county by these same armed guards and of the many acts of brui lality culminating In the ruthless murder of three innocent unarmed union coal miners. , After defining the elements which make hilling legal murder, he said, "We ore going to state the facts bluntly, truthfully, as they actually happened." He described the beginnings of the operation of the Southern' Illinois Coal company, told' of the agreement between that company and the United Mine Workers of...

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

PAGE fWO MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN LEADER (Incorporated) Polishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion. Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY. Editor ,r OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: far Six Months Far Year All subscriptions payable In advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid Entered at. the post office at second class mail-matter. INDIFFERENCE. "Doctors and ministers in common," says Dr. Copeland, New York senator-elect "They cannot understand why the average man is so indifferent to his pre paration for the future." The doctor worries because his silly patients won't take care of the minister worries because ioners won t take care oftheir souls, when both agree that health of body and soul is mostly a matter of taking thought, and the rules are plain. And that isn't all. "If the individual is indifferent to the things having to do with his own happiness, adds Dr. Copeland, "what can be expected of nations, which are simply great groups of individuals?"...

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

raroAT," DECEMBER IS, 1322. FARR1NGT0N ADDRESSED MINERS INCOORT HOUSE MEETING M ' . President of Illinois Miners Who Is Candidate for JR. Election Was Introduced by "Doc" Thompson to a Crowded Court House. -' In B cocurt room that overflowed and many were forced to leave because they could not get In, President Frank. Farrington spoke about the miners' union and sought the support ofthe local i miners for his candidacy for re-election. He received fair applause and a close attention throughout his entire speech. A. M. Thompson, better known as 'Doc" presided and called the meeting together with ''Let's have order,. fellows." He got immediate response and got down to business without any flourishes. Farrington called attention to the 97,000 membership of the Illinois union in 340 locals and said that he had many things to speak about for the good of their organization. His remarks upon the Herrin riots e-'n p .rt rn follow' .."y opinio;: ..jU outride the court hou.se the better and I...

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

f a6e Form -t r WHOLE WEEK FOR AID OF FARMERS Agricultural Conference Does Away With Usual Plan of Two Weeks Short Courts URBANA, 111., Dec. 11. Farmers' week at the University of Illinois will be aJnuary 22-26, it was announced today. This one week of agricultural conferences and discussions displaces what has previously been known as the agricultural short co:rse which lasted two weeks. Three or four speakers of national npromlnence will appear on the program. The farm as a unit will be considered. Some of the principal topics to be dictussed are: Factors determining systems of farming; physical layout of the farmstead ; location of buildings; gourde and lawn; the maintenance of soil fertility; plant relationships; means of reducing cost of farming operations; importance of accounting; marketing problems; relations of the farmer to his farm organizations; community standards, etc. Intensive class work wlll be given In Animal Husbandry, Poultiy, Dairying, Farm Crops, Soils, Farm Me...

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

Semi Weekly mmm THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 17. No.. 52. MARION, , ILLINOIS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1922. CHICAGO NEWSPAPER MAN SPENT FRIDAY AFTERNOON UPON STAND Don Ewing Said That Bert Grace Threatened Him With Gun and Refused to Allow Him to Give Dying Man a Drink of Water. to ' Following considerable wrangling over whether Don Kwiug, a Chicago fe'ewspater man should be allowed to fastily, he was finally admiied to the witness stand and spent the entire afternoon there. VThe defense objected to him testifying because the name was not give nto theln as a wttnesa until after the state had announced ready for trial. The judge ruled that he could testify, as they had had his name for a month, but gave the detense an opportunity to interrogate kirn in tlrr absence,, of the opposing attorneys and the. Jury. ,. . Tbfr jury was- brought back into the room at 2:45 ;. after the defense had been given an- opportunity to question the witness,, and :Mt Ewlmr'i lamination...

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

rAUJS TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LfeADlit ., .. "--'J-j'AJX-v MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. US Franklin Street. ' ' Marion, llliuois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor - OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pr Six Months . .75 ler Tear 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 Marlon, Illinois, aa econd class mall matter. TARIFF IN SIMPLE TERMS. "Whatever goes up must come down," unless you put a prop under it. , The Republican party has put a prop under the American payroll in the shape of a protective tariff. ' Twice two is four, and no amount of sophistry will make it come out five or three. - If you buy an article made abroad that could be made at home, you deprive an Am erican workman of that much employment. Money paid for it goes to pay wages to a workman m a foreign land. ; . Omaha is about to witness an exhibition of Omaha made goods, the o...

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

U 3V vi "UIICLE JOE" r MILLER DEAD On of Beat Known Resident of . Southern Township Died Thura- . day Evening. The announcement of the death of "V ncle - Joe" Miller marks the passing of one! of tbe best known citizens of Southern township and one who - has been prominent in the affairs of the couty for many years. Joseph Miller, whose home was 8 miles south' of Marlon, on route five, passed away at the Herrlu hospital on Thursday evening al jeven o'clock after several days' illness with a " complication of diseases. He was born In Tennesee on September 10, 1848, and . was the son of , Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Miller. At the time of hi death he was aged. 74 years, . three- months and four days- of age. He was married when quite young to Miss Emma Jane Ramsey and to this , union seven children were born, sis ; of ; Fhom, with tlje widow, survive. .The .children are Emery Miller of route five, Willie Miller of Marion. Mesdames James Simmons, of route five, Bert. Wollard and Delia Sanders...

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

s HGZ tOXTR :v PITTSBRQ R. f, D. No. 1 -- , Hog butchering seems to be 1n full blast among the farmers and townspeople In this vicinity just at this' time. Uncle Blllie Soramerset visited with Dunk Clarlda and family. Mrs. E. L. Duyea is seriously ill at this writing. . Lloyd Parks made a business trip to Carrier Mills last Friday. Sam Motsinger and wile visited , with William Chancy mid family ' Sunday night. Mrs. Lloyd Angel is icported to . be oa the sick list. There will be a Christ mas entertainment and tree at the aBptist church here on Dec. 23. Everyone Invited. The wash hruse at the Paulton mine burned Friday n'Rht. Many from this place had the misfortune to lose some of their clothes in the fire. - . '. ' -Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Gilpin of near AttUa visited with ; the latter's par- . ents.r Mr. and Mrs. Palaco Farris Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Carter of Clattervllle helped with the hog killing at William Travelstead's Saturday Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Turner made a business trip to Marion Fri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 December 1922

. l , I ' ' li - ..... r , . ifiEKLY THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILtJMlSQN COUNTY 1 "W Vfy? W' Vfl, 17. No. 84. TTJ.U (IESUmES TUESDAY, JAII. 2 Danotar Saw Henderson Killed After Shot Were Fired at - . the Mlna Tk Lester mine riot trial on Satr.wae only a short session,-- one ylroeas being cross-examined and two witnesses being examined ud -wossl !.,. ISw&sbajv nan old" fanner, refused to "fce naoas ewumtned by the jrourt and His eMttnde of ern hostility toward the prosecution and bis remarka caused so much laughter that Judge Hartwell had to rap for order in the court room. Oscar Dangbar. who also saw Jordy Henacreon killed, aaid upon cross-examination that there wag firing from outside of the mine near the highway Before Henderson bb shot . The Teatlmony Court li) the Lester mine riot trial convened promptly at o'clock Saturday eoorntng lar -its Anal session thla year, Judge Hartwell said as he called the Jury into "tee room, "We wimt etd rou long today.'' ., Ed Cren...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 December 1922

H'. 0 J 1 I ! PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1923 JKMOH SEHI-WEEKLY LEADER THt REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Prbllshers. 103 franklin Street Marion, Illinois, ' W. O. PAISLEY, Editor . . OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. er Six Months ft Tnr SUBSCRIPTION RATES: . .76 .. 1.B0 ' All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration ot time paid to unless renewed. lotered at the post Nm4 class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, as "PEACE ON EARTH TO MEN OF GOODWILL." The song of the Angel Choir as the Heavenly Host hovered over the plains of . Judea has been sounding down ihe ages f or ' over nineteen hundred-jears, and it shall go on swelling in volume till unto the ends "of -.the earth their message shall be heard. - "Glory to God in the Highest" must be the heartfelt utterance of every man and woman before there shall come that day for wnicn an manKind Jongs, ol reace on Earth to Men of Good Will." On this Christmas Day, it well becomes ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 December 1922

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1922. BERNARD JONES WAVED WHITE fi ac ni! RRnnMs ' STRIP MINERS SURRENDERED ';, Ehr. J. W. Ballance Testified That He Heard Bert Grace -!... ' Sy. He Prevented One of Wounded Men From ; Receiving Drink of Water. f Bernard Jones,, the fourth 'and last , . w the Lester tame riot survivors to bow In progress, was--the first witness called after dinner .on Wednesday a flaon a broomstick arid told of the surrender on June 22nd ano his escape.' He also told of his occupation ',raan investigator for detective agen-vciesV-- '- ': :: ,. H' Vas followed on the stand by Br. 3J.-'W.' Ballance who told 'of hearlng "i)6'fendant Bert Grace say that he -,fcept- the wounded men from getting iA' drink .of water at thB . 'cemetery., t..':. The last, twowjtnesses of the after- 7 noun were a. . tNorman ana a &. ' ': Moseley, hardware men, who told of selling or 'losing guns and ammunl,'tlon- on the day of therlot. ., The Ttstimony . ..The court room was crowded as Berna...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 December 1922

dSSJBfiL. --ri-icf--r"-" S117 UNARMED UNION MAN SHOT AND KILLED FIRST DAY OF RIOT Ed Crenshaw on Direct Examination Told of Death of , Jordy Henderson Conroy Family Told of , Spending the Night in Cellar. Ed Crenshaw, who lives near the lister Strip mine, during examination on Friday afternoon said that he saw Jordy Henderson, union coal miner, shot and killed the lirst day o fthe rioting. The Coufoy family, who also live near the mine, told of the actions of the non-union miners and how during the fighting of June 21 and 22 they bad to spend the day in their concrete basement . - -The Testimony The examination of John T. Conroy was resumed after dinner.-. He said he saw the guard leading a man out of the u'lne on June IS at the point of ft gun. That man said he had come Ucwri to the mine to work, but no runner particulars were given. Shooting at the. mine began be tween 1:30 and 2 o'clock on June 21. At that time he had just come from the home of Charlie Davis, where he had gone to...

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