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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - May 4, 1920, Altoona, Pennsylvania CITY EDITION Monday's Circulation I Daily Paid Average for April ESTABLISHED JUNK 13 1874 WEATHER FAIR The Presidency May Hang on Outcome of the Primaries in fornia Today ALTOONA PA TUESDAY EVENING MAY 4 1020 FOURTEEN COLUMNS ALEXANDER While Removing This Morning Workman Loses Balance Drops Five Feet to Pavement VACANCIES IN SCHOOLS FOLLOW MARRIAGES SKULL IS FRACTURED AND ARE BROKEN Died Twenty Minutes After Being Admitted to Altoona Just Worked Four bays at work for W who is removing tho nt n venue and Twelfth street shortly 8 o'clock Alexander Ivory of 1008 avenue iost liis and fell from tlie erected over the troll ej to the pavement below n ui font on liis ami H Mulders His skull was find he died shortly afterwards at the Altoona hospital where lie was re- in the Mr Ivory went to work morn ing tit 7 o'clock with hia son Clarence Ivory under TIenry Halo us foreman and several other men IIo and hia Bon on the arch th timbers ami lowering thorn by means nnd tackle Them is little differ once of opinion as to how hs lost liis balance His BOM Hint liis father was lowering a long of timber from when it suddenly broke in the middle the one end striking his father nnd pushing him from the scaffold Skull la fractured staled Ibis morning that Alv Ivory was a piece bi from the arch when it suddenly Dan Cupid lias invaded the ranks ofj ho teaching corpa in the chool district and the Glimmer period will mark the culm ion of no less than ten in the district of tho board of education in the Altoona district at ho annual election of teachers held nst evening found a decrease teachers tho majority in- ending to marry na soon na the ent term is concluded Tho election of teachers next proved an extremely lengthy joV for the director a and adjournment came shortly after 1 o'clock this morning with much unfinished bus'i less remaining The board o meet in May probably on May 20 Eight teaching vacancies were found n the High school teaching corps and in grade schools our the High school positions were All Ilia grade positions wen Tilled Vacancies in tho High school include wo in the science department one it French one in English and one in hia together with one in imisi ind physical education The vacancy is that of supervisor of tin Professor K C beai Uie department nnd assistant cipal leaving the district Miss M Florence Kollina supervise music in the High fnr next term was transferred froi the music to the ment of English Frank K f Philadelphia unanimously na tho High school music He ia a of u and baa years cing at present the music instructor t City IIo is in addition loader tind of the school music organizations His alary will be COURT Miss Elizabeth Shearer how ng in tho school nt ma elected to fill the vacancy in the department Misa aching in tho High Number of Cases Scheduled for Hearings This Morning Are Continued Until Later in the Week elected a toucher in Pencil 0 Moody of 0 was elected to the position of director in tlie High school The directors still two science to fill in the High school evening seeking a salary r beyond t h u mi paid for eachers under tbo district's new alary schedule A Latin supervisor vill be elected at tho June meeting Grade school vacancies were jrous with ono vacancy In the Curtin school two in tho Emerson two in one two in Irving one in Madison three in Miller two n one in Stevens two in and three in the Wright it ia known that ten oE the Fade teacher a are to be married it decided to them with the that ns ns was announced positions vould be declared vacant In this Continued on Vago 14 Duo lo continuances in several ease scheduled for hearing today this morn ing's session of argument court ii WAS terminated in shor order and an adjournment taken un til tomorrow Several motions fo new trials were overruled whiles on was made in report o a master in divorce and The first case on today's list wa a motion for a new trial in eaa of Robert N vs Sno Attorney W V tcp resenting the that the verdict bv til e ill favor of plaintiff during suit brought by wa ami should be reduced brought hia suit again s Mrs for il was alleged to have told nml friends that tho ct fire o the PREMATURE KILLS broke i and the unfortunate man lost his balance and fell man rushed to him and it was at once Been that he was badly hurt culled imd he WAS the hospital at o'clock and died twenty minutes later nn showing that Uis skull wus and a number of bones in his arms nnd shoulders were broken Mr Ivory moved to tins city from a fimn near Springs two years ago laet Eind employed for a time by Mr Hit then secured a position with lie company and luter While loading a charge of dynamite in a hole preparatory to putting off n blast in the American and Wire company's quarries at near yesterday ing at o'clock the charge and without warning went off killing tho man who was lending the charge inflicting injuries to other workmen who pencil lo hi in the immediate vicinity was a skilled workman with explosives nml hud been employed al the quarry loading tho Holes to Masting Yesterday morning he hnd loaded boles was working at denly there a terrific the smoke dust bleu it wna found that Zelnick hat icon blown thirty feet away HLB kull was fractured and torn bis arms and hia orn He was when up Three other workmen were In the but escaped wilh minor in from flying debris Coroner Tli is only Ma four Mi day on t lin n rob 1 to u go od n bad helped Hie Leonard house routing to Ibis city was born on the farm near Cumbria on Aug 211 of lohn C and Ivory und resided on Hue all Ins life until coming to city Father of Eleven Children On Oft 5 ho was to Adeline und lo this union were born three of whom preceded bim in death Ho in survived by his wife and the following sous and daughters r who resides on the far in nt Springs of his city Clarence John J Jeremiah Frank and Amanda ut and Mrs Leonard Stevens of Ibis cily He is survived bj Mrs Springs A Irs Owen tif Altoona and Mrs Carney of Pittsburgh He waa the only Ron in hU family While living nt Chest Springs he was a faithful and consistent mem ber of St Monica's Catholic church but when be removed to this city bar it wnn single man and re Ins membership transferred to Thu waa in hv Director ami ta tho avenue it viewed by The will be Friday morning nt St Mm lien's Catholic church Chest Springs will bo made in tlm nt Dial the children Ivory was ft most ami voui He of his home and family and a and upending his lime except when at work nt his home in n shanty near the quarry HI a well to il o man but is of his family nn ho was tin nlv one in his relatives in The body was for burial and will bo burin u cemetery at SURVIVOR OF ILL-FATED VISITS HERE Lieutenant and Mrs James Lucas r Philadelphia the former an ii Iho United have been th of aunts Mrs of Thirteenth n venue id Mrs of Ninth street Lieutenant is a of th ew of he halites hip Michigan am 10 left morning for Now York ti report for duty on board the Mra Lucas will prolong her visit During tbo war be was a member o ilie crew of Ihi ill-fated ship which was oft New Vor anil he is one of the survivor of tragedy He tells a very in i Great ing story of hia experiences o that occasion Lieutenant Lucas ha in thp for a number o years or he waa 17 year A ol when ho ran home and en TEXAS DEMOCRATS DELEGATES j Mny Texas Democrats in tho county conventions today aro to tho filato will in turn on 25 name tbo io the national convention at Sim Francisco Of the delegates to ho ae more than is to for full en of the administration of ns expressed in tho will of precinct ns s held when county BO- MERCY COMMENCEMENT BE HELD The commencement for tha Mercy hospital in this cit will ba conducted tonight M Jail temple beginning nt The of ho evening will bn L Harvo president of Juniata ro lego nt Pn The to receive aro of nnd Mis of ham A program of excellent musica holh and in a triune i has been prepared Thoso will lake part in tho program nrc Misa Inez Harrison Stiver Miss Tl Bloso I rn will also pi ay Tli of tbo diplomas urd s will bo by J A of Iho hoard of H will pn the benediction Tho public invited and iio EAT CAKE E LACK BREAD By Associated WASHINGTON D C May mny people eating cake and loo find it almost impossible to gel bread is the underlying cause f in tbo country K F Grable of tho United f of Way mid Shop laborers to ay before the railroad Idlor board Arguing for n it of 7 nn hour over the resent maximum rate of cents Mr Ira declared that? Urn majority of lie men in his organization were ng for leas than starvation wages who can't get bread don't ike lo bo old lo eat lie said nnd they don't like it nny better in America than they liked it n monarchical France n Al f n on a y o rn an ed he was falsely and the matter was brought before court lust fall ho was awarded verdict for against Mrs There waa some discussion us OF CITY MAKING GREAT RECORD During Hie mouth of April collections 1 taxes nt ilm of Ilio city roa surer a mounted let ijl ng tt of during the wo months the duplicate has in he hands of Treasurer Thoso aro thu two during n oE 1 per cent 13 on nil taxes 31 n ring the snine last year Treasurer 11 W ler ed City arc highly gratified nt lie excellent showing has been nade the taxpayers in the year it it be necessary to borrow some money to tido lie cily over but it soon developed that Una course je unnecessary The total amount of tbo duplicate is During May and June taxes arc at the fiat rate while on July 1 a penalty of 1 pur lent goes on o whether the on liet was collect ablo and following lie court overruled tho motion The motion for a new trial in lite suit of Catharine vs M was the plaintiff Miss ng for the n pw trial At -a recent or in of court tbc woman ivus ed a verdict for ho the suit from nn an- accident in this city during the of Marion appeared the court this with nn ment over report of the master and thereto in case Jennie B Huston vs John C Fusion who is seeking u separation from Tier husband on the grounds of desertion Tlie master in this case was Frank T who nt tho time Hia many taken was located in ITe recommended in his re port that the divorce bo not dito to Ii counsel took exceptions I Iti a finding on govern I F cores to day asked the court that the bo set aside and tbc appointment o the master vacated Tho papers wen filed with the court for decision Word was received nt Ibe this morning that Judge of Way no county would In the week of 17 to Judge Thomas J Baldrige in ing of Iho heavy list of will at common picas conr Army Entrenches in Hills on West Bank of Dnieper River with Back to Ukrainian Capital By Associated Press WARSAW May bolshevik iro in the bills oa the west bank of the Dnieper iu a great circle with their backs against Kiev Ukrainian capital according to in formation today from the front The light for of Kiev is at raging day and along tin Ime tho valleys and rivers Both sides using artillery bn Kiev has not yet been bombarded b It is reported Uti who arc within forty-five kilo met res miles of Kiev are making use of armored trains armored auto mobiles and other From thai north I Im Poles arc JITO ceding southward Pripet am rivers wilh a flotilla nt byi the Hie redo Reports Are Conflicting ilay er ami confusion prevail in Kiev ording to reports received here Th however are onie stating Hint the bolsheviki ar Kiev while say ilia the common picas cour at that time It is possible that i it necessary of Huntingdon county will hero for several days tlic wook tol lowing Harper V was directed to jay his wife alimony monthly whoi before Iho court yesterday afternoon on u charge of and n A habens hearing conducted during he ut in which f tins pity nought to recover the ens of Jin now in be custody of hi wife The couple have been or sonio time The court will ALL PRINTERS EMPLOYED ON FOUR PAPERS STRIKE UTICA X lli employed on the throe nml tlie Saturday struck hift wast issued hut Observer and Dispatch bo issued this afternoon Utica papers had usual tract for arbitration the printers Sonic weeks ago the printers for increased pay Retting their terms nt for day work nnd for night work The publishers JM for day work nml for night work Tho printers refused thin anil it that Iho matter was to go lo arbi Ira lion The pr intern held a meeting yesterday afternoon and did not inform tho publishers ns to their decision Tho night men worked ns usual but gave no notice that tlm strike coming until this morning day men did not port for work an investigation Arguments made by counsel m ease of J R Suckling vs K 1C in n motion for a new trial In Ibis the the o somo plumbing work When ho job wan a higher than waa ly upon due to Mi urn advance in tho of in n tori n Is The jury a verdict in favor of he Mr Suckling of the red army unking extensive preparations to tic end Kiev with all his available force FORMER RESIDENT DIES AT SEASHORE AGED 92 Mary Kllen Hileman net Rel tor widow of Adolphus P Hileman ui one of tho oldest residents of ied yesterday morning at tlie home icr Frances McCracke tf Atlantic City aged years Dent ras due to n complication of diseas to old age Mrs was horn in mrp on Dec 25 nnd pui ically her entire life with lie exce lion of the last fifteen years in nd county Of lato years in living in Atlantic Ci nnd spending the winter hc and lie summers with son Krank of his city She Aug h dying April 30 1874 She w lie member of ist church Surviving are three eh this city Mrs Prune McCracken of and All Anna of Johnstown The remains will arrive in the city o'clock tomorrow evening nnd w jc by Director X The body will bo taken lie First Temple and will 1 it the until the funeral will he H o'clock a Interment will be private cemetery aro ask n omit o TO TAKE UP The committee up point of Com men will the with the state in armory for Ike city w its first in tho nt S this evening heen en 1 fed O mnl t rrt toe commit tee Ma jo John H nnd Albert O Kin vill outline the in t natter and offer suggestions ns to t FOURTEEN SHIPLOADS PERISH LONDON May considerable of bourgeoisie from Russia to Asm Minor perished luring a storm in tlm aca According d R wireless from Moscow today Fourteen ships laden with refugees were lost the dis- patch snys The remnants of tho Russian teer army in the region of tK numbering thousand have to the tho statement continues I'll wero by General and All except the of tlm rising were fronted ALTOONA HOSPITAL CASES Hurry 23 of wng treated ui iho for n sprain of thu hack while lifting toola on nn engine 27 of employed iji lie street tin was treated for of tho left hand sustained when tie struck Ifn wHl undergo nn to if tiny of the urc fractured 0 -10 of It No I nt suffered lie left a din on Albert 3 of street an taken following a sprain while at- work Stern 27 of 215 it rent South se ngo iti the hnd an las morning or an infect ed right linger A was and RATE HEARING TOMORROW service commission keaf ilia protests the proposed in telephone rates in HI local nay to n ecu re armor In moat throughout ate modern buildings ha cen erected bv the the site h eon donated by the county i which tho armory is establish no public-spirited 1 n site for tbo splendid bui K proposed to UP wa nml will bo considered to ho pint It is not ncn iivy that it bo located in the or section of t he city a or tins reason it is thought il through effort territory ut the at tomorrow morning at evory at Holli irg nnd in city havo thn and A number of probably hn sent to tli will present to rep recent the that i volcanic eruption in diking 01 the of Old Providence in sea wore reported hero hy tlm United I'm it lie of the ground EACE RESOLUTION OF KNOX DISPLEASING TO DEMOCRATS BY AVID LAWRENCE 1320 by Altoona Mirror W A SI UN D C ay ither President Wilson nor lite in the senate who follow his uro particularly pleased o changea nut do by Senator Knox in o resolution dollar ing n state of aco which passed by tho an in lint of bnt It ia fact tho Kit ox is less objectionable than its and makes more a to message from the White House Two courses of fiction arc being ted by Hie to liter their opposition on I ho Knox solution ami by continuous talk y action until after tivo next month have candidates for Hits presidency or to the resolution puss for tho aus probably have its able when the conventions to point out the joint resold in do isn't miiko peace Senator Kit ox who once an at may general a secretary of state United Stales rewrote the solution wilh an to future He at once he congress could not bind tho branch of the government as to ho kind of treaty of it should that it would be the simplest thing in tho for dent Wilson lo veto the pilo weighty precedents to support bis action So after repealing till tbc legislation of n domestic character wl forbidding moreover the ion nf Urn i the States taken by ot tho trading with Die an- congressional Iho Knox resolution won III merely request president to open with Germany Insofar also as thel resolution tbo States doesn't waive any rights in which it might get under the treaty of this too would merely be iho expression of an opinion by congress and wouUlj of course not actually bind a foreign government un- less so notified by the executive branch of the United government BLOODLESS REVOLT Danger Is Averted When Mexican Rebels Take Juarez Without a Battle FEW STUBBORN CONTESTS TO BE INEVITABLE whom it deal of that kind exclusively in matters Congress can't under Continued on Page By Associated Press am May Leonard Wood defeated tor Hiram W Johnson of California an unusually light vote yesterday i the primaries for Maryland's for the Republican nomination or a majority of to practically complete re- urns today The few missing pro are Scattered and are not ex to alter the result The vole Wood John on General Wood carried sil our in nd but two of the in the dig rict and Washington Johnson's mil waa 801 anil 11 According lo the re n riis Ci e nil Wood will b a ve 11 if Hie to the state con which will name sixteen dele jates to nn lion til convention will be in he state election laws lo vote a a unit for Wood na long as in oE th United Stales Senator John Walte Smith Democrat was unopposed fo Hia Republican op is Ovington E of Ual county There no Democratic fo lie presidential and tli delegation to Sau cisco unin s true led DEMOCRATS OF KENTUCKY IN STATE May leaders of Kentucky at hero today lo elect at large ind to tho national convention and t ion nl from Kentucky 1 lo formulaic pinna in preparation for Iho November elections WAR WIRE CONTROL COST C Mny Operation of the telegraph and tele companies during the war cos he government tcr General informed oday in asking amount fo liquidate th of the federal wire Jon Mr no loss mvo been suffered bad the govern retained operation of Hie line few months or had rate in pea not linen temporarily baited b court injunctions FOOD SITUATION VERY ACUTE YOUNGSTOWN O May fowl is becoming acut us tho railroad strike continues Suga is practically unobtainable even fo have been with imL for several anil rea syrup na a sulj serious limit reports that men are idl hns caused to tole the labor board linking for ai on the demands The city clcr harf to ask other citie lo lake TWO MYSTERIOUSLY SHOT IN PITTSBURGH YARD Mny mo than a looked f Prof cit n and James Camara were witli tat s in the pr ducts of lie Pennsylvania ra piere tudu died shor ly in hospital arid Cai hospital surgeons said hail R A majority of the delegate to day's convention who elected at comity conventions are pledged to support the for presidential nomination of ernor Jumna M Cox of Ohio lenders said this would moan Lhat Iho big delegation nnd I won two district representative national convention in Mm cirri for Cox WILSON SIGNS PENSION D C Mny Wilson Ful ler the pensions of tJm Civil war nm dependent a of bullet wounds M y s tery tbo shoolin wh scores of foreign fruit we their anil it said the police without any LIMIT SCHOOL PHONE CALLS The recent in the rates the telephones in tho city has strue district all lionet In in tbo g under tha heading of on a four party line Tho cal re limited fifty a wit over dial number coaling 4 cen nch Directors through Decker authorial the posting notices prohibiting UK part nf and By Associated Press and deep interest in tbo cam to pi in Indiana lign are to veto today referential primary Special interest centers in tho He presidential contest ii of leading aspirants -e asking tlie support of Indiana Major General Leonard Wood 0 Lowden of Illinois Hiram Johnson of Cali anil Senator Warren G Hard ig have hnd the support of stale ide organizations and each has con si comprehensive speaking tour Ibe slate There aru no candidates for presiden n the ballot and Iho Indiana law for ids the writing in of tho names Four Democratic arc seek ig- the for the n Cor in I They are Dr Niblack John r Manchester Risk William Iryan has endorsed tho candidacy o Ir Hisk ns ho is the only on the issu nd ia an avowed dry Throe Re arc in tbo race for tbo no in nation for governor Jame Warren T y Ken t la ad n n d Eil ward oner Anderson SHOPS AT McKEE'S ROCKS CLOSED DOWN BY STRIKE Ta Mny of volunteer crews who switchmen to move ars from the shops of the nil Lake Erie railroad at locks caused tho closing of tb it was announced at th general hero tada t Unit efforts to move ou lie repaired cars nnd replace vith damaged equipment would I during tlie day but whether th bop men would work on cars no bv union men a ot yet decided it was added General strike conditions lie district showed little obang triking yardmen nnd trainmen sti un attitude of Hiict a few of them returning to wor he most important change waa r be Conway yards of tho Penney where a number of road if the and diviaio for work It was also state luit three yard trainmen who ha pen on strike joined the in the yards FEDERAL PAPER CONTROL OPPOSE p C May 4 regulation oi print pap by an excise tax w approved nnd opposed by terdny before the senate the paper shortage of the Xe Vork Globe not only tax which wus by d but also on advertisements exceeding quarter of a in SIKH St Johns manager XMV York business tif lax it won drive out of business many of t larger he siv must publish more than fifty pag order to a profit He government was I hat tho publishers wurk out n of t problem May -I Western with Wednesday partly clou and continued cool and continued cool tonig and Wednesday to mod en northwest to north IX Kimn than moro than lave been held uji by tho iver the of tins fnr in lo et- il developed at tlir ncc of farm loan here evolutionists Claim Virtual Control of State of and Way Paved for Advance on Torreon By Associated Press WASHINGTON D C May f was til town both in government and by revolutionary agents ro today when it became known that Mexico where revolutionary hting always has been a potential danger had been taken thu rebels without a fight for tho safeguarding of cast const ports of by the dispatch of additional val units went forward and reply to tho sharp ons mudo by the government g tlie murder of two more Americana ur Mexico City was awaited tho ief interest appeared to be in tha military plans it was assumed e occupation of the border town cause rebel leaders Until now tbo rebels havo succeeded taking from almost half B to rr i t ory without a battle but Hilary men here who havo watched ic developments of tho revolution ime a few stubborn contests are in- itable unless averted by further elections in the federal forces hero persist in their that further cases of troops declining asten the end of tho struggle So far as indicated here tbo two campaigns im by Carranza boon effort to attack tho Gonora rom the state of had tided by tho defection of- son in that The expedition irom tbe the state f Jalisco to check the southward of rebels through tho states f Sonora nnd igh tho st haft ot largely because by small rebel groups who lave striking at tho railroad ex- ending through Guadalajara toward ic north t Rebels Claim Big Mexico I he bloodless revolt ot Juarez and of General nnd liis Indiana at asas Grandes tho Sonora sta today claimed virtual control of lie Stale oE Chihuahua that tba was paved for an where is to bo launched Mexico City Invents moved here ay At 2 o'clock tho garrison ro- and a popular celebration owed federal officers to he superseded Rodriguez former national senator vas named provisional governor General Urbalejo tha nst body of Carranza in he state joined the revolt and plans for an immedEato h rough Chihuahua upon tho interior the government till holds With tho capitulation of control of majority of the houses through of thousands of dollars a revenue has been developed for Mexican government NINE TEACHERS WILL GET BACK PAY Hack pay will be distributed 0 the close of tho present school n Altoona schuol district to of tho teaching corps schools tho back pay amounting d 517.50 monthly since September The back pay is made possible hrough a ruling E superintendent of instruction who tht stato salary increase i that holding normal bo given n 25 per cent the of Iio term has nine normal school serving first year in tha tbo teachers getting but monthly Tho stale law provides that bo 2a per pent should ho to this monthly salary and tho board of education complied The hack pay will Ko 50 for tho nine teachers In tha city HONORS COME IN PAIRS Simultaneous with his promotion to he ion of division of tho Middle division to K K Piti-rtirn became flie father of a pair oi a boy girl at homo in a suburb of Mrs n ia n daughter of tlie lato Dr J T of upon his new duties in the s 1 this
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