Portsmouth Daily Times from Portsmouth, Ohio on May 4, 1927 · Page 12
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Portsmouth Daily Times from Portsmouth, Ohio · Page 12

Portsmouth, Ohio
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Wednesday, May 4, 1927
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flip PAGE TEN THE PORTSMOUTH DAILY TIMES WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1927 " ·-. ^ '· l~- Life Oi Indian Interestingly Reviewed In Address Strongheart Made To Local Club .;:,' Chief Stroogheart of thc^ Mtion, who addressed tike meeting of ; the Inter-Church luncheon Club .it : ibe United Brethren Church Tuesday ; nljhr, held his audience . spcllbountl . ; for an hour and a -iiaif, as he told «f the life of his "people. Following his address the speaker was delugeJ .Vlth questions* nd 'even after the ·meeting had adjourned he was.siir- . rounded by.'an eager proup. who /plied him with further questions for another three-quarters o£ an hour. 'Stronpheart told the viewpoint cjf the Indian in regard to the various relations of the redman w i t h government, civilization and religion. He told of the Jndian family life, how the children were trained for life. In morals, and for the Institution of marriaee. He explained how the Indian speech and sign language came aout. and he told what the Indian costume .meant in its various details. He told the story of the Indians' wrongs and he also lold of how ihe Indian still loved his native iand and how. when the World NVar broke out, 18,000 young Indians volunteered, and not on« was drafted because they could not be drafted. He made an '"eloquent appeal that the Indian now be given the same chance in life as the white man. in education, in freedom, and In opportunity. The address was . one hour and 3) mmutes in length but not a minute was dull or uninterestinfr.' At .the conclusion inany questions were asked from the audience. .Kven after the meeting was adjourned he was surrounded by a . 'cluster of members who asked f u r t h e r question? for three-quarters of an honr.. .It is doubtful If any speaker here in years really more Interested his auditors la his subject. - Strongheart wore the full dress of the Taklma nation from eagle feathers to moccasins. He is n highly educated man and found no difficulty in expressing the most minute shades of meaning, incidentally he had :i fund of humor which caught his hearers by surprise from time to timo, and occasionally hp found opportunity for a little satire and sarcasm ut some of the Caucasian follies. Altogether Strongheari was a great success. Chief Strongheart was introduced to the audience by liev. -\Vm. H. 1'heips in a pleasing talk. Before the: lecture. Hoger A. ijelhy, president of the local .Red Cross, made a'n appeal for continuing contributions for the relief of the flood sufferers. Taylor Wins, But Fans Say Draw WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT OF EMPLOYEES' SALE CHICAGO. May 4 . -- ( A P ) -- B u d Taylor's "lS-kar»t" crown, symbolic of his recognition by 18 states as bantam champion of the world, sat a^Jiew on his blond locks today because of some sharpshooting by Abe Atoll Gold- stteln during their 10-round bout last night. Taylor won the decision of the I judges, but the popular verdict went to Goldstein. On the same fight card Tony Gan- zonerl, the brunette battlet of New York, demonstrated high' qualifica- tions for his binning championship ir.eetlng with Taylor by taking Ray itychell, Chicago 122-pounder im n lecftiical knockout in the seventh round. A large section of the crowd of 5000 as well as some newspapermen, believed the worst Goldstein-should have had wos a draw. The genera! sentiment was that Goldstein, a former world's champion, won five rounds. Taylor three and that two were even. Red Men Hold Big Rally In Jackson JACKSON. May 4.--More than 150 Red Men attended a ^strict meeting of the order held here. A large number of visitors were present from Portsmouth. South \Veb- ster. Oak Hill. Beaver. Piketon. Limerick, \Vellston. Coalton and Byer, besides n large attendance from "the Jackson lodge. The festivities started Vitli n street 1 Pikeion. was present, anil made an parade. Streets of the business sec- interesting address. Initiation work lion were c'c.ired of traffic bv the I , , ' police. The procession was hcad«d| was ^ ut on for el B ht candidates, war- by the Coalton Band. Follow-in:: the rler an1 chief. Degree teams from band were 1"0 men of the order, many of them In costume. A snake t r a i l was executed on Broadwav. Wellston. Conlton and Jackson put on the work. Talks were made by a number of the guests present. Ile- flront Junior Sachem Downey, ot freshments Were serred. WHERE 77 MINERS WERE ENTOMBED Civil Suit Is Taken Under A dvisement WAVERIA*. O., May -4.--(Times Bureau)--A. hearing on demurrer io j the petition of the heirs of Jacob KunUman. in the case of K u n t M n a n heirs vs. the estate of David Xutt was held before Common Pleas Judge S. D. Mclaughlin Tuesday. This case involves the estate of the lain David Nuu. late of Beaver township und Is one of the biggest civil suits filed in the Pike county courts in recent years. Judge Mcl.aughlln has taken .the case, u n d e r ndvlsemvil awaiting the filing of briefs bv nt- torneys in the care. Attorneys A. II. Johnson of Ironton and George D. Xve of Waverly represent the Kimtz- m n n heirs, and Attorneys YVilby G. Hyde of Chillicothe and l.cvl Ti. Moore nf Waverljr represent the defendant. Seriously 111 ftS Killer is critically ill at his home in Minford. He is well known In Portsmouth. Chicken Supper The Ladies' Aid. of Bethel church, Westside, will give a general chicken supper at the Community Hall Thursday evening. They are making preparations to accommodate a large crowd. The price of the''supper will be "0 cents. They will start serving ut 0 :30 p. m. NO CHANGE ' Mrs. F. M. Keller, who has been ill at her home in Minford for ilie past two weeks,, remains iibout the same. I»ily truck" freight Krvic« through to Hontin'rton: Call 382. 88. 6.V--Adv. tf. STORE OPEN ALL DAY TOMORROW 8:15 to 5:30 May Events First Floor Specials OX SALE TOMORROW, FRIDAY, SATURDAY SAMPLER BOX TOILET SOAP Contains N i n e D iffcrent Cakes Of Fragrant Toilet Soaps For .Hand?, For Bath, For Face SALE P R I C K 89c Box Six Women Defy Tax Collector Br Thr A«oeUtn! Trr««) DARBY. Pa., May 4 -- Six women out of 300 who defied the local tax collector and refused to pay personal tax of $'4.05 still were holding out today against the payment of the impost. Unless they pay mer years, and she would n-'t PC laughed at any longer. The tax has been imposed tn rot-. plete the new Darby, high fcfcwi and is part of Jn.OOO that is nt*-]^" All the men apparently havo p p! the tax. " Jilted Women Is Held In Plot . Cm^VELAXD^a. ^Fay £_, Further mystery was added to the death of Mrs. Ida Glazer. }g. , year-old tride of Joseph Glazer today, when handwriting expert^ S the tax. says S. Robert Show, declared that a suicide nota the collector, he will be forced to send them to the Delaware county jail until they meet this obligation to ihe borough. Despite the resistance of the little band, n majority of the housewives of Darby chose to pay the isi In preference to going to jail. Many of The women who decided to pay brought t h e i r babies along to the tax collector's office, and nt pee t i m e there was a s t r i n g of baby coaches outside the door. Harry W. Shcin. deputy collector. had his troubles in t r y i n g to find some of the delinquents. There was no response to his call at several of i the homes, nnrt there was nothing for The explosion in the mine of the terrific that it wrecked the mine tip- killed. First reports placed the Xen- England Fuel and Transriorta ·Ipie 150 feet from the month of the ,, _. , ... ,. '" mine and tWO feet from the spot ion Company at Falrmount. \\. \a.. Uherc the explosion occurred.. Two which entombed 77 miners, · was somen working on ihe tipple were death toll at 17. exclusive of the entombed men. The Inset shows oce of the rescue crews which worked desperately to save the entombed men. found 'beneath her pillow was ia the handwriting of Helen former wife of Glazer. Mrs. Olazer was found last ·*, (lend in her bed with n bullet wo 1 In her head. Tollce gave a sit!.:lii s verdict, ami the CHSC was closed i:r,t!l I.i=t Friday when G Inzer was «hn) mysteriously by n woman In rcan'j clothing. Helen Glazer was arrpsie and chiirsed with Lhe shootlnjr, and | now held without bond pendlsg a pri iimlnary hearing. rolic2 today reconstructed its f.hoo:ing in nn effort to cltar se-re mysterious angles. GlaZrer was n.'] in the same room with his wife, i me uuiueo. nm. me.c .ii=. . U L U I U B ,«. (.notlier woman was nsleep In a rs»ar. him to do but pass on to the next j j)y roAm a t t h e [!me Mr!i Glaier ^ elinquent He found Mrs. Margaret j l h h t t o have u k c n h e ,, f c ytle at homo. She was busy doing lf)]d , lre t h e v h p n r d no jhot! . T delinquent. L; an cdd job of painting. "I'm the tax collector." sairt Shein. "So 1 see," said Mr=. Lytle. "You had belter pay your tases," teaid Sheln. "What will my hnsband do if he comes home and finds no Slipper?" asked Mrs. Lytle. Sheln had uo reply to this, and n n d a coin warned Mrs. 7,ytle I hat non-pnyers of tines will po to jail. Another woman who is reported to have failed to poy her tax asserted she was laughed nt by her friends when she paid her tax in for- a shot in the bedroom where M:«. Glazer was found reverbeiatel throughout ihe house. Four neighbor! today declared they noticed a c-ultar odor a f t e r the shooting. ThlJ led detsctlvos to declare there possibility that Gluzer and the man hail been drusrged prior to shootinc A key which fit the rca- door nf the Glazer home, was frnr.1 on nelJ.T Glazer this afternoon. Daily trnck frcisht service through II Hunilnjton. Call 382, 88, 53.--Adv. ti. Hill after Hill and Knock - The sample hox contnins one cake AVood- bury's f a c i a l soap, one e;u-h (if t h e following: Jergen'.s b a t h ta'hlets. C i e r n n i u n i , Narcissus. (.'rushed Violet, Crushed Lilac. .Rose t^arna- non, .Terjron's Violet Glyceriiip, f.'astnlay ( ' f i n e r t h a n castile'l anii Laytix Germicidal Toilet Soap. 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You will enjoy the quiet ease with which it whisks you up hill after hill--with never a knock! ETO P r o d u c t o f T H E P U R E O I L C O

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