Bridgeport Telegram, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1925, Bridgeport, Connecticut Office Open Day and Night News and Advertising TEL. BARNUM SI 00 THE BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM Circulation Books Open to Circulation for Week Ending Oct. 8, 1 THE WEATHER FAIR AND COOLER TODAY Sunday Fair and Detailed Report on Editorial VOL. 244 Entered us second class matter the post of 1879. Reg. U.S. SATURDAY OCTOBER 10, 1925 28 PAGES Diver Broadcasts From Ocean Bottom BATTLE TO HAVE Denied Appeal to Re- argue Case by eral Court Judges Who Upheld i in WILL TAKE CASE U. S. SUPREME CURT Petitioners Claim That Law Was Upheld on Police Power Basis Not For the first time in radio experience a German diver attempted to broadcast from underwater to thousands of dis- tant The experiment was n 100 being atole to hear distinctly the diver's description of his impressions of the bottom Uie North Hearers re- ported that his voice was larly due it was to the easy conveyance of electrical vibration through CONVENE ON ALIEN FACTS BE Former Will Be Given Chance to Explain Why He Returned 000 to German JOHN T. KING MAY WAIVE IMMUNITY TO TRIALS Huge Fees Figure in Affair Which Has Electrified Washington Former Cabinet Office Judge Banks Makes ments Considered of Far Reaching Import in CITY'S SUIT IS HEARD Arguments Made in 000 Damage Action Brought against Company NEW Oct. I ATM Vilm producers and distributors who are fighting the Connecticut motion tax and censorship lost a point in their legal campaign when they were denied a re- argument of case by the three Federal court who had held the constitutionality of the Wen Original Tiie which was denied had been filed with the court by the American Feature Film com- of and Film Corporation of They were the in the original complaint against the film was heard by Court Judges Henry W. Henry Goddard and Thomas Thacher a special session hedd In this city July The constitutionality oC the act was at issue at that bearing and the in their ruled thit the act was The petitioners in their appeal for a of the held that the judges had ruled on the of the law from a power whereby the in their was one of Decision The decision of the judges down today motion for reargument is The application la bused on the theory the court disposed j the failure of the Empire Plane Is Forced Down But Governor Unhurt On Way to Danbury Fair Plane Forced to Grazed and Machine Is Proceeds to Fair by Oct. to the Dambury Fair in a plane of the Connecticut National Guard Air Governor John H. Trumbull ana Major Talbot C. Freeman of the Observation Squadron were forte d in a pasture on a farm owned by William JU on the secluded Zoar road at lliSO o'clock morning Neither was Walk Through The governor and Major Freeman walked the muddy fields to the where they hailed a car which took them to the farmhouse A. D. who later brought them to the Danbury Fair in Site People in the Monroe who saw the plane flying low ly to avoid rain clouds noticed hing appeared to be One a mile distant from the spot the interests of justice and judges of the Superior court of Connecticut go further than we have in the to allow motions for disclosures of ed try attorneys prior to trials of cases in open John W. Banks commented from the bench in Superior court yesterday after- On Banks remarked the dency of the state judiciary to favor saying it was done universally in Canada and other foreign but he asserted it to be done as a general rule more than it is in as fair way and de- sirable thing to The significant of reaching were by Judge Banks arguments on a disclosure motion in the damage suit brought .by the City of Bridgeport States Fidelity and Guaranty and BY A. 1925, by Universal Oct. eral grand jury has been ordered convened in New York city next Tuesday to hear the amazing surrounding the return of American Metal company by former Alien Property Thomas W. as it does some of the best known national figures the Republican party including one for- mer Cabinet a former G. O. P national and a former Alien property the the award as originally re- exclusively by Universal ice has now developed a in official Washington equal to that caused by famous Teapot Dome oil Mai of the Midland National bank of ington is to be how approximately in erty once a part of the award reached his bank and were placed to the credit of Jesse friend and confidant of Harry s States Senator Guy D. of West former assistant to the attorney Adna R. former special assistant ney several New York df banking and brokerage E. Of New former managing tor of the Alien Property s will be So will phia and friend of Colonel Carroll has just been elected vice commander of the American B. 32 another overseas buddy of is to be A on Page landing stated that it seemed to down and in the air again flying another half mile before it dropped finally to the Hurries To She hurried to the scene and in so broke the emergency on her When she arrived the two men in the plane had their way to the road and been on Page Rain Halts Third Game of Series Giving Teams Resit Layoff May Allow Ossie Bluege to Return to Third for Is Scheduled to Face Kremer in Today's ON LEAGUE Allied Delegates Discuss to Relieve Former Empire of Punitive Healy Turns Jew Too Late for Bride STRESEMANN OUTLINES COUNTRY'S OBJECTIONS 6ct. This sacrifice of Harry an Irishman from In changing his name to Schwartz to save his Jewish Miss Ida ment of an Irish Friday his Applauded by his on when he assumed his new Schwartz today was denied entrance to her home when her learning he had a wife still announced the marriage would not take A former Miss Ida Cummings asserted she had married the then Mr. Healey in 1919. EVIDENCE FAILS TO of this upon the theory that he statute was passed in the of the police but the court decided that whether the act the was in the exercise of power or the taxing it construction company to complete in 1916, within the stipulated time the movable span ture of the Stratford avenue BY DAMON Oct. third of world series was legally declared a washout today with some and no little It was poured Into the so to until morrow's over to day and Sunday's game goes over to And there you It seems fro me that the hotel owners of Washington really owe a thank offering to Jupiter the customers cannot quit their bed and board for an extra I believe that Jupiter Pluvius is still the god of At least lie was Mome years and very handy he was in those days for line when it befell that pastime was overly for an appeal to the court of the United For Access to Attorney Carl counsel for was I the defendant Fidelity and ST. counsel for janty asked that have the motion said Friday before to all documents that the decision clears arul papers by any official or person in behalf of the City of Bridgeport or received any representative of the Mr. Foster contended that this j voluminous j and complicated in it would for us case as tried ir. court to make a. com- prehensive or adequate examination for tiie establishment of proof RAIN IDS AIR AFTER SINGLE News Summary It began raining soon after the baseball paying guests and the other ments of the series was unloaded in Washington this morning by the Pennsylvania and B. and O. which were very to get rid of their as citizens all along the right of way of the two roads were complaining bitterly of the noise last It did not rajn it rained This alike on the heads of the just and the -as I un- it. Wherefore along the hour for weddings and country boarding house dinners there sallied forth to the ington baseball orchard none other on Page 22.) SETTLE DEBT IN SPEEDY F to Race for Pulitzer Trophy Is on tion on N. Friday reduced National Air to u den condition in dispiriting to flaunting brilliance ol the first day of the Hoping that tho clouds would medium crowd arid of- in competed a vial ion town and country of Detroit and then frave were un- til were 1H- knots of soldiers made their the swirling Mc wav silently and pacing their dripping ril over with raindrops dt from kept vigil FEDERATION PLANS CHILD LABOR FIGHT Will Seek Amendment to Constitution Speaker Urges ATLANTIC N. i A Ways and means of waging a nation wide for the labor amendment to tho Federal wore considered at a three hour session of the American of Labor President Green summed up the attitude of all the speakers In when he will go and animated as long as. we live through tions were the order of the For until the tomorrow will furnish the supreme engineering skill in design and motion Cyrus and I. II of the will race against A. J. and T. who will be the controls ihe blue tmd navy The will attempt to beat world's speed record 7-S mileni ppr hour now held by Captain not of Says win the race If the holds Williams to a of his friends j arid it hold I won't know I've won it or Jones Today's single event was won by O. S. a His average spoed was mile per R. L. n took with of 117.SO miles per in will be vote on a cartoons and in conversation with friends and OOP to give De- expected thrill as leaders see swarming to band none wet of Advocates more evidence trials as suit is heard by Judge Husband and wife injured m domestic Page 1. Rev Dumbell obtains order ed to prevent wife's divorce Page 2 is from charges in ation Page 1. Bankrupt admits he cannot read of Plane forced governor un- scathed although plane narrowly and badly Page 1. William P. town chairman ot the Republican in ders Ills Pape 13- Oyster business is in suit against for Paffe 21. New Haven bandit Is caught in ien after gun duel with Ducks are reported plentiful in I of season iii Page takes witb i bur on late to 1 Shenandoah rage 1. I debt is In Page I. Grand to hear of im- munity in property return MacMillan arrives ot Page here to prepare for Home to Nome Page 1. Ohio man is picked national com- mander of American Page 1. American Legion Ohio man its national 2. FOREIGN Germany poises on UrinK of of Nations awaiting punitive Page 1. Diver by radio from sea bottom near Page 1. Five indicted by Italian crown for 1. BUSINESS AND priced industrials sensa- il stock market Lump upon by Goes to CHAPMAN APPEAL NOT LEGAL SAYS Alcorn Reviews Cases ol Bandit's Conviction Says That While Other tions Are Disarmed Germany Should Not Be Subjected to Oct. 9.- A agreement f Germany designed to lessen her responsibilities as a member of the League of Nations was the particular problem wrestled with Friday by the Locarno Security The plan is that the Allied all of which are members of the league would jointly and individually undertake to bring into existence at Geneva some tion to Article XVT of the League Covenant whereby would be free to abstain from punitive ex- ordained by the league against aggressor Tomorrow's plenary will throw some light on this which may be referred to as a crucial question of the for if Germany can into the it is generally presumed that France would be content with a special declaration proclaiming her eastern alliances Conversations Secret conversations between the including Count the Polish foreign and Dr. Eduard foreign minister oC marked today's feverish Everybody was optimistic the who were described as for home The feeling here is that Germany of diminution of French pation of the left bank of the and it is pointed the German delegates hesitate about re- turning to Berlin shouldered with an encasement to join the but with empty Gives The attach such vast to the league that they suggested today that on Page INJURED IN BATTLE vails among crats at Result of publican SEE WAGONS LURING ON FLIGHT Tells Naval Court That band Protested All He Dared to BACKED BY LETTERS Widow Says Husband Dis- liked Flaunting Only ing Dennis Disclaim Authorship of Sta ment Credited to 22 and 23) Rain causes of third j of is slated Kremer Page 1. Ruel Rind because it KiVes Bluege and Johnson chance to get back on Carey would like to see i Washington third sacker Bridgeport High to seek its third NEW Oct. j straight victory in opposing Manhattan an adjourned town Prep today inV. night in tho town NEW CANAAN PLAINS iNEW HIGH SCHOOL Oct. a record for speedy solution such a the American and Debt commissions Friday agreed upon an arrangement for funding debt to the Uni- ted All differences were swept the formula oC settlement worked out and an arrangement made for the formal documents in a week after the an mission had arrived in Accepted The American government subject to congressional lump sum of as the basis of settlement upon which the annual amortization payments will he conceding a reduction of from the obligations as shown by treasury It also agreed to a rate of 4 per cent for in- terest on tho advances since they were with a rate of three per cent from June 15 1o June 3 1-2 per cent for the remainder of the 62-year tion Given was given terms which her representatives said would enable to carry out the contract without disturbance to her ment's fiscal She will be next to pay annually on cipal interest through the first 18 years of agreement's after which the payments will approximate something over The total she will have paid in principal and interest when the debt is finally will be in the neighborhood of Oct. That not a legal question has been raised by the in its appeal a trial for Gerald notorious waa the argument of State's Attorney Hugh M. Alcorn before the Supreme Court of here The argument ot the state concluded the appeal of man from the judgment of the court of first degree murder for the murder of Policeman James Skelly in New Britain on Oct. 12, 1924. There were 57 assignments of er- rors originally in the the state's attorney and he pointed out that all had discharged but 13. was his contention that the 13 did not constitute a basis for a The he does not contend that their client was not of the crime Taking the points brought for- ward by the Mr. Alcorn called the attention of the court that Chapman's attorney in his ment bad passed over the fourth point of alleged which claimed the verdict of the Jury was against the In his the state's Man Had Accused Wife of Starts Accusing his wife of having ed her affection on Joseph 1445 Pembroke hit her over the head with a at their Inst about Mrs. Margaret Ross tho young widow of Commander ary took direct issue with Secretary Wilbur be- fore the naval Court of Inquiry on the question whether her husband did protest against the ental flight of the airship Conflict On Recalling that Immediately after the wreck of the Shenandoah she had asserted that her husband had lodged a the flight and that the naval secretary had followed with a statement that no protest had been Mrs. downe said one of her reasons tor appearing before the court was to emphasize that her assertion had been substantiated official cor- respondence read into the record of tiie v This she consisted of her husband's letter to the chief of naval operations August 4, recommending postponement ot the flight until the second week in September and the making of a trial flight to Detroit to test the mooring mast there late in Both of these recommendations were disapproved by the chief of operations 6n August 12. Why He Was of weather conditions during the thunder storm In the middle Mrs. Lansdowne con- long legs the on a rigid and the untried my husband was very opposed to this flight and ed as vigorously as any officer allowed to do to his husband felt being our only should treated used only for and should not Evidence that there is a sentiment within the organization Republican for the support of the mayoralty the Democratic city organing which proposes to nominal Thomas M. Cullinan for mayor Monday wag keenly A pointed by the result of the Rep lican Admit The complete victory of the organization in the It will result in Cullinan many votes from many of identified with the Reorganisation will aiso cause a low tit the Democrats of a large block voters support from which they would have received undoubtedly i had the defeat ot the tion been not so it la In political Mayor who is to be nominated on the Republican et Monday will receive support of this large block of because of the psychological effect of hig decisive triumph In the politicians made winning two or three rea this Independent block probably not flock to the can it Is pointed the overwhelming defeat of organization tends to turn votes to a candidate who has such great it is J Chieftains of the Democratic ty are undismayed by the route the Reorganization and its antio pat 3d althou their confidence received a The attempt ot som leaders to secure the endorsement o Cullinan by the fol lowing the despite the that such action was until after the Republican city much that the 7 procured a his knife in the problems on commercial trips to give taxpayers a like a war be taken on Page AMUNDSEN HERE FLIGHT inland simply look at their torney mentioned the case .in which the Supreme court had declined to set aside the verdict of in the second He declared that the evidence in the Chapman case was stronger than in the He declared that the verdict would not have set aside in thaft case had the verdict been returned for the as 4fter relating the story ol the murder of and the capture of Chapman in Mr. took up kitchen and chased him around the The striving to make a hasty through the front put his arm through a pane of receiving a severe laceration on The Emergency ambulance was and found Mr. on the at the corner of Berkshire j avenue and Pembroke not fari from Uie bleeding from j eral small cuts the face and a gash in his He was taken to Bridgeport where his condition is reported not Mrs. was taken to the and the cut in her head was She refused to press charges of assault against her and as he owned he could not be arrested for ing the glass in the Neighbors intimate Mr. is subject to at- of mental of last the of on Page to float a bond issue for to provide funds for Construction of H new high The will he in Mead Memorial It was also de- to to the board of finance for to be on improvements to the land and beautifying The of new school after This by n special stood 142 total balloi of Mohicans to face West at Park on headlines football program for Georgia Tech and Penn State to Tale will face strong Georgia eleven coached in Notre Dame plays at Bowl Babe Buffering from throat ab- forced to quit series and return in New Movie n icse round in tax appeal not says Pagre 1- Is Marriage Without Love a Would YOU marry a YOU did not Have parents right to pick their children's Is Money the Road to Will priceless gowns and luxurious surroundings content a man who does not love her Should she make the sacrifice and fulfill an empty The Answer Will Be by Reading her marriage vows with THE BRIDGEPORT POST is Appearing in CARP FREED FROM LOVE SUIT CHARGE Accuser Fails to Produce Data and Judge Awards Explorer to Fly from R to Nome Across Roof of ONE KILLED THREE HURT I COLLISION The J alienation of suit brought against Carp owner of many gasoline fining stations in by Henry former End store in West was disposed of of court Judge down a Judgment Given Two lions of his wife lost to him because with of Ker Attorney Irving Oct. One man killed and men and a child injured In a col- brought oil a wet road near here half of day between a motor truck and an Olin V. of N. died instantly the car he was driving thrown from the Pond by the Mrs. Omega his Mrs. of Mrs. Hilda of N. and her 20-months-old all of whom were passengers in the Bailey were taken to a where It was said their injuries were not Mrs. and child later According to police iht operated by George of was slowing for a car ahead when rear end ded into the middle of the col- liding witb the Bailey which was com ing In Uie be- two the alienation suit in was allowed weeks in which to file such a the time was extended But the court's Oct. daunted by Arctic whose polar airplane barely escaped last arrived Friday from Europe to begin preparations for 4 resumption of the flight next suml mer from Rome to Nome in a As a continuation of last sum mer's attempt to fly across the roo i of the Amundsen and hi youthful American patron i will head a party of 1 scientists and aeronautical or an adventure to be known as thj The purpose of the flight will exploration and BUT of a million square miles of regions between the point TV expedition stopped summer and the explore hoping to discover large D land upon which he will plant Norwegian Hopping ott from in after the dirigible flown to Italy via Amund it sen and hope to Alaska in 60 Fly Or Walk To If we are said Ai sen will fly on to if not we will If th airship is flown to it and sent to the Unit only upon arival here he said was to find Lincoln for the heroic part the played in the expedition of last He role in the proposed flight would be Impossible carry J October 2- Cut the court was not complied and no statement of and places was Grants judge Hanks granted a motion made by Mr. Klson awarding PD because Schwartz had to comply with the court's ito enthusiasm American In counsel was Ellsworth financed disposed of first to the of ISO 000 and will give to nei He will be the only American will act as scientific loader and scientists and officers Mr 11 wt ment to Carp Schwartz had project as bring QUAKE SANTA SANTA Oct.