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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - February 17, 1923, Altoona, Pennsylvania Friday's 359 Daily Paid Average for Jan 2 ESTABLISHED JUNE 13 1874 LOCAL SNOWS Pennsylvania's Workers Lost in Wages by Strikes 1922 DEATH IS BY Vincent J Delozier Aged 16 While Cleaning Revolver Accidentally Shoots Himself in Stomach BELIEVED THAT GUN DID NOT CONTAIN CARTRIDGE Mishap Occurred in Presence of Reached with Difficulty by lance Because of Ice in LL revolver last nl J 111 al tlic silk ol mis in Hie dis- Ho lied nt 11.30 o'clock nl Ire hospital svas following tlie waa silting in tlie his Mr Mrs J in He did not know tins a anil in tlic wus full of gun tlie family nl lull was injured mnl lie aid ii mil was lo left Ilic loral instil ill ion lo the ami of I he II to make sneh to lie nnd it lo die ii Loses Amount of Blood tlie last He v tin lime tlin took a before Oie His lo Ihq Merey hospital duo to the loss o by tin nl the to tin of the life tin nm arrived lo lioy lo will of Die family following tin lie loW In- that tlie Kun wus nol loaded Tlic and a brother Mm boy in the tlie hospital to tlie ill hid lull to no avail death nl hail from liis at the silk mill nn look lie had of the nnd his of his intention of tlin He sitting on n when the weapon was dis- and foree of him lo tin Was Native of Altoona wus a native of mnl was lorn Fell When was u In- ve with liis to where Me educated in St Mary's nl ALTOONA PA SATURDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 17 1923 Observe Golden Wedding CUSTOMER HAS NARROW ESCAPE IN BIG CRASH MRS ALBERT H MEYER ARE 15 CENIS LOWEST TAX PAID and Mrs Albert H Meyer Fairview Celebrated Their Wedding sary on Feb 15 years of life have lieen together Mr umi Mrs Albert II who liave been e hern it mill fur tlm lie was mi in he liis linnie 1 nnd Mvs 1 arrie survive us he ami Mrs and Miss Mary of I- M nf 1 and K lioth at lie was n member uf the St Cormier Chester I wus of the late last and he Iho at the lie went to lie home to make n have been prepared for burial nt he Wevens on Kahili and w.....c Io the home lute this GENEROUS GIFT FOR PLAYGROUND PURPOSES City II I in- to he fund will lie for the of for the to be in the field when sinniner nines n one wus by K nnd il is il will the be- In prove to ho a on tlie of in Hie for the on it is m will to the if n couple of people will as Mr the enn In- any COURT ON MONDAY A session nf will held nt nn Monday lie 10 of thu unity will specially preside in Iho of 1 U in the i-ily Altoona Youna Woman Con- tributes Mite to Uncle Sam Highest Amount to Date IE TRUCK LANDS READY TO REMOVE SIXTEEN COLUMNS Heavy Machine Loaded with Riches of Untold Value Are Coal Becoming Through ins on East Side Jt Carries Four Tons of Coal and Starts to Slide While Driver Is in Plumbing Shop Near Sixth Alley of own and ing down tlic slippery street for almost n n belonging to tJie stud upon four ions of coal tif I into ilic front of C at 1 and did not p mitil was the store broken the of tbe into the The was driven by John Wolf He in front of ing uf X T Lytle on Sixth anil inio tlie plumbing shop hail t flie brakes but tlie engine lie was tiie Ing They yury of on tt their home it 007 I i el urn of im H C i making out u i Mr and Mrs are oi Germany fame to Ibis on June lit pome ing their look at the homo of th Slolp on tl tlie Kiw of the liev Mrs Mover who was Ad a line On June in lie yoar of Mr Airs Meyer took passage on in ami tin iif two weeks Liter in a lo A hi the known us in refilled since forty I e route sin t lie trip u Clio on liev u four nt ol hupp ren haw lieen y and all aiv War Mrs A K over in Hilary r Tbe tux MIL'S paid and cost il eon I a to wove tins week do put y out of S and another of The highest tax by any in- far was other been as tux one individual tnx another WHS the banner if ho at lie a n mount of living in UN lurge from lining the In ami the last received daily is lint will assist a mill hunk and lo jit Ibo tax blanks re- lo be the I for rein tivo lo local Mrs Yost all of ity Mrs K 1C iml Mole of Detroit Mr umt Mru Meyer are the grandparents of his arrival Mr Meyer employment with t for a tbt lion f later retiring lo b number of yoars nie in widi liis son in an about in rily from I Io lias from the Mr and Mrs Mever are IL- ttm dost of health I if and are the remainder ol of life nn hiving and under 18 years i I urns I a t lio as an Corporation return mailed mil from ibr of- In all that iv turns last expects a small supply u few the blanks he or as till years Uer was mini nf MeCord lie U of by of their on U Mr r IM sarv a Hie In the of TROLLEY COLLIDES WITH FLITTING AT GREENWOOD A Wilson witli Millor o ut liy vur No 17 on Uut inn in mo nl hist at Ilic on crossing any lights llm or cif to scp HIP until it car rn mined be front on Ilin mitt n ll of IV vn gf wna FIRE DAMAGES AUTO Machine of E C Miller Caught On From Overheated Brakes A to Millor was dimmed to ilio oi itioriiing at who 11 il the corner of ami si rod uf car wits Gro hy over- mill hr Iho in Uio radiator u ot Us own accord L in rear locked tight by tlic The doorway from he outer room slid cleared of e very li save two and 1 he of the vul t he ion at ticen boxed tip lo pi and crashed into t he hi to a rni un in Ihr rock Wolf il it was too lale almost np witli an do lo il slopped or in nie il away from tlic store Piece of Art Much Damage to sides of bis V of the made of store lie in feel of tbe of the Til were the barely room pass around it Iho nut of the store and surface was exquisitely carved 1 fly wore lint few lu one end folding doora prs in al the time One For tho tinio in the front portion and she laid to rest ami tLv trunk as it came up the by lliu yen tic hamis of way inside priests hose doors were to run io he rear ami They ru von led another covered with carving to with gilded J has a glass and of be royal dead was nothing to atford any in dark of tlic to the which i toil mid into the nover 11 is one of the most portion of it of ian work limits nf iho discovered H It- it us several boxes or canopies one widi front ami 5 res were be oilier Inside the last one thf and fruit and of tbe wilt be the exports firmly work ot very of he Firemen Arc ho heat It Tho front the to work in the glare of si i i in mediately t lie hot air furnace in at first hat he is room give nnd workers in Inking tbe in dial event would crashed o mi causing tiro Difficult Job break tho inns to build elaborate mid within wore and alter ait tonili is ion it was Unit tho timbers tu the door would the weight of I nick if could be put it bit bv hit in tho spare cut out of llu rook whore here is uo mom it The rear wont The royal mummy was on Page 0 on Af EO BY FROM TRIP Dealers Experience Are Enthusiastic Found by Excavators as They Penetrate Inner Tomb of Tutankhamen GOVERNMENT ADVICE BIG HELP TO STREET RAILWAY INDUSTRY KING'S SARCOPHAGUS IS WONDERFUL BIT OF ART Elaborate Ceremonial to Mark Opening of House of Royal Dead Dark Since Before Birth of Christ By DAVID LAWRENCE by Altoona Mirror WASHINGTON D C Feb 17 Most ed to investigate jln their reports and that's tlie last heard of Tho wif i IIP of an industry tlint profited by the anil Wk to Three years he railway lining I ry representing fin invent men t was on the of of its total j a more than miles of hack abandoned or to of and out of the war As went Irie lound hand and fool IT nt fare and often had to appeal to to remove barriers Cite relief was so slow thai n plea to resident Wilson to to in- ii Eiy In tin oi Uie royal funeral cortege of in men nV a new ion lor out of t tie it- he ten Inriep knocked door to inner up nil Is in Lie The commission started in its report in When Curier Urn excavators entered lie inner tomb they found m of furniture idols oilier objects of all the adopted recommendations and years of those companies by the American are holding a eon vent ion her ft for tho vory purpose of showing that it ha tlie industry is back on fret J he Ii c s t fa ch u rgc d in a n v now is 10 rents More than cities Tlic average fart U 7 Not more than to retain tin i Tin fare in a majority of is a for trans- fers really thr gone down tint they iiro ill levels writs have dropped to sonic but thoy loo arc still above the of the commission Unit Companies should and seek to improve Die latter was emphasized it was lichl when tbe Continued on 5 French Claim Act Is dered by Berlin Thrown Into Invaders Headquarters SEVERE PENALTIES ARE INFLICTED IN RUHR Captain Louis L Jacobs of Public Health Service Is Arrested on Charge of ing Fritzi Mann By Untied Tress Feb Louis in In: United on t Mr arrest followed liis i ml irt by jury after of Miss death over two arrows t nf tht young officer took place at Kearnoy where lie Hit n coining work after had nil work on Miss Mann was a favorite of the cafes in southern California where slie had gained a reputation as a dancer was found dead on the beach it Torrey Fines near hire a month ALTOONA'S OWN SCOUT TROOP TO BE FORMED will he n meeting in the com- unity room nt City tin hiy night for tlie of ing llif of lioy Scouts to known as This troop wili lie divided into lour depart nid units of will In- the nnd an expert in but uill under wmf To be to in UILS troop an bt i Sumt or Hi years ol in event it making no whether ho A a Seoul or is a than first of lower but uf lie oar UK put iL out With tho no of winds an- not so from noon until At m H to tho of the for n line lire lm heir nol fire HEAVY COLD WAVE WILL SUNDAY OX O f1 f of II i in half of lOrtt of ho winter of I fie will Sh far ninny wild I snows in Keeping Bins of Their Over Results That Patrons Filled During eel the Conference Held In ent Winter Williamsport in Ilic It 1.1 I TS iiiX forward in of th winter Mutt pre result to tli W IN 11 r UI isl oi Ilic linic will it the will in Ilic dim IniM Inud tn I In- of could Tlic I'll h- till al I in r nnd 11 road u ci is lias dad a p ils various 1 thus materially und dee tar oil lo be In- only road to milieu ils lines anything near like n per cent oar v for nnd oilier ints is over near froni ii if hy truck lo this have boon luiay anil nn on Tugo 0 ml took in 111 from Tlint for lie nf a from ii HUM Mas -ail hiring K nr catali n if lo lior un o roum ju are in T EMPLOYE IS HURT IN FALL AT HIS WORK lolin A of JOti 113 a Hi V il A iii lo a oi iin sid in H in In ami lie liad loit I In- lie Premier Bonar Law Informs Le Troquer Great Britain Is Ready to Withdraw Rhina Troops if France Wishes R H Marshall Is Accused of Being Member of Gang Mrs Schoellkopf fEy KKW man us M It anil alleged lo a of Irio Mrs ol of gems lasl New Year's ere lias tor today Mrs of a million aire declared that was dragged into a room ped of the jewelry as slie was a parly of Carman actor of Columbus 0 under tho name m M was from o train at Albany by detectives Inspector Conghlin said lie is knowT under aliases us H H H II nnd John P Derby and ip in Los and San eiseo on charges nf worthless tie was at one time a inorie in at Head Detention of closely he uf field in with a at tile uf Mrs Lit- lian last Tilly ot Mrs kopf a jury K II r Al as the trio who rented an apartment under that of the woman LINES DAMAGED LITTLE Minimum of Trouble of Central Due to Keeping Trees Trimmed Away Tlie Central and liad uc In I lie period Uncials say this is the fart Inn aro t free stale are ITU of lilies hey did it troes an- from trees would lie lorn 11 anil fall un tiie of illier wire or wear tlie up full of sap 1 an oi win was in cast part earlier this im for his linn way of lie highway on of the ELEVEN PERSONS HURT AS COACHES OVERTURN two oil Indian Mill here last Irain il was il were inlo n lirap nt Many Ui from tile PRIORITY ORDERS C lias re- 10 Federal Fuel to priority for Iho t uf an in New York and New i from he was id a lie hud litio lie have liona THINKS MISSING STORE Hy United Press Feb squad today sank two boats in the Rhine canal blocking it and proof the set ordered by the Berlin t to a Freneli now are planning to disarm and discharge all tbe man police in tlic region Headquarters Bombed WQI into tho Hotel Kaiserhof military headquarters last night the explosion breaking There were no casualties Impose Hard Sentences BERLIN Feb of in casing severity arc being imposed bj the upon Germans who def J their orders in tlie Ruhr of has been given three years prison and o for refusing io sipa orders was also lined marks Director of lilt works ut lessen marks for refusal to with cite Kasen a police force day the officers having uniforms the French rushed tha hall nnd arrested a prominent citizens Occasional shootings involving French and Germans continued sol created a disturbance when re fused drinks in a and in tin ensuing light one French soldier wal and one seriously wounded 63 Officials commission today expelled of twenty-eight town's their families four days to Demand Total Surrender PARIS Feb surrender ol Hie is the only solution ol reparations problem acceptable to lo a sent U today I.e Journal Tlie in the most precise terns staled Franca could not it possible for an ally to pretend to the part of a mediator The government has finally not to accept any intervention and be only solution is complete submission of Germany to the French plans lot I.e Journal said the note sent s a result oi Foreign Minister in tJie uf re- to possible British mediation May Withdraw Troops LONDON Feb lias told Yves I.e French minister of public works that Britain will withdraw her troops from tin Rhine if France so requests according lo today's newspapers real danger in connection with withdrawal is that such action would be followed by active Russian Daily News declares Premier Honor Law U said to made plain as to drawal of her military from the pied during the conference hera wherein France sought permission to move troop and coal rains In British area SAVE FOURTEEN MEMBERS OF CREW SEATTLE Feb of tha forty-three members of he crew of Tuscan on lie west boast of couver island during been by tho revenue in i Ann according lo a rudio IS IN JAPAN from the litter vessel early today said she BUDGET PASSES II I Fel appropriation carrying house for Fri ira thai department store lo be in limns of he Hums tive agency declared today The agency Iras offered a reward for of inan dead or and lie lion of Japanese authorities in SLIGHT RISE IN MERCURY A in wan rll ill to taken m cily Hits is tlinn Sixteenth noon today Tim 10 ul Io of today The Prince one of wrecked in the recent reported pounding to pieces on Village point sound WEATHER FORECAST C Feb Pennsylvania tonight probably clearing morning Sunday winds iuj fresh Local collier t a ml Hu tu ro near Sunday morning FORECAST II Kvh look for the IMi Middle At fair and nn seasonably itdd part of the mid and with snow north and or tile Ullur part
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