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Bridgeport Telegram, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1920, Bridgeport, Connecticut Of -e Open Pa rip ion Pates B ma! prepaid BB cents IL mm h SJ toi six nunthi }8 fo- ona J ea 22 CEN IS. Committee Headed by Mayor Organized at Meeting ;n Coun- cil Chambers. CAMPAIGN STARTS MAY 9 Roosevelt Memorial Assn and Woman's Roosevelt Assi to Combine Efforts. WANT TO JOIN Justice Wheeler Explains i Subscribers Become Membets of Both Organizations. The Roosevelt Memorial 4ion and the Womans Roosevelt association organized a committee to conduct a membership campa in Bridgeport from Jlav 1 to Mav 15 last night Tne committee me in the Counc 1 taia selected the following1 oflcers and executive committee Honorary chairman, J T King hairmnn Clifford B TValson vut chairman Sumnei Simpson ohan woman JIrs ill am Gr fiiii reasurer Horace B Merwm set re 'aiv "Rillianx W Chanmar Executive committee lonn T Pnelan, cnan-man Rev Jr, Mrs TV E Allen harles H Armstrong: Roscoe Dr A F Campbell E H Dillon Rev "Wm Fitzgerald Mis H Fleck Miss P A igs, Mrs E H Havens George B Samuel M Haiv lev >man Hill "Wm, T Sei nour TV Lrficv Walter 8 Las'iai V E John Leonard Loawith, Rev J B N John J O Connor B D Pierce Ti Tra E Seelev, Chas H Sha plro Sumner Simpson John H Warner Justice! Geo-ge TV 'Wheelpr Group Campaign committee decided to oonduc ra camoaign for membe'-sh p in sroups Mr Seelev will be in charge the public committee that in the i 'actorles bv Roscoe in ha schools Col E H Havens he m omens committee toj -Nil" TS 4 Griffln, the publicity committee 15 Albert F while John chairman of the Police nonrd will nead the Police Depa t Tnt committee and John 4 Leo i .ird chairman o' the Fire hoard v ill nead the Fire department Vt the meeting last night Mr Phelan, Father TMrBll and others ojtlined the campaign and 't 'h" opinion of the committee that Bridgeport will have a membership r the Roosevelt associations of a' before the campaign Justice as a mc-noe'- of State Executive committee cx- I'aineo. that an agrement had been eached b> wn en both Roosvelt as- sociations should conduct a single -ampaign in Bridgeport and all sub- icr-lbers, -nojld become memoers in associations The was of tie opinio" (Tat num of Roosevci.. entnii" d-jts nil! volunteer to help on th s move The head'ii.arte'-s of comm t- -wt'l in the Countv Court noufse In the -ooms oc- ip e i bv Ame-iran zation com rooms in ill also be provided -i the Court Hojse tne Wo- nens committee Army the of New "Republic" Takes Aggiessive in niois tne Bndgopoit lllgli Isciojl all ntw 'glad i this binnifc the (Ja.ss of 13JO met ami oiganlzad in ovdallt club TliilfrmR themsplves to itfi.un from puith using anj now olothrs vjhile the piesent high yiices prevail The boib will vveai the clothes they at piesent until vvostein ex posuio oC the ti ouseis vea-is to the dinner point ind then don Against Carranza. foi the jal-inue of h< school vear of the meinbo of the vvil do i the o Immediately .uid li H i. prom E to take on the appeal ane tofla of an agi [cultural col cge In the 01 i bell Joseph A Riruo iniut the j posal veitfuKi that tho b class of 1920 set imp t- the vouLhs li tht, oulu ii Thirtv tlnee have loinel the L UP GOVT. TROOPS TO MARCH Pians to Thous ands lo, Pat Down Uprising in CUIM MANY DESERT10N5 Officials Declare Crews of Mexican Gunboats Joined Their Ranks Claims New Fluid, Substitute for Coal and Has Greater Heat Value Than Either; Can Be Used in Wftr. si LOUIS Mo Aipul J5 -Discwciv-of anew fluid gieatei in heat value than eithci coal or present fuel oils ttio closing session of tho convention of the Ameiiean Chemical bof'en pei pippainl bv Joiome of New Yoi' would ce ig- noiant f lU n itiui ______ Depaitment of Justice Throws Out Diagnet ioi dl Outlaw Strike and 200 More Airests Aj'e Expected; Giunau oi Chicago Yaidsmen Absociationy imong One the Stukeis uijtil I oinoi row to Re tin n 10 ork. RITA Bf- A1NTPFI Pita B tlest sil on the d south 1 i pt mal c p. ctlrt b-it and p dci Ihey unneccfa- Big Hangar t3 Be Erected by ,Lancastei, Pa., Youth Badly Aerial Navigation Co., in Near Burned after Being Left lo His FulTire. PROVIDE FOR 4THLGTES Fate by Playmates. PROMPTED BY JEALOUSY Park Board Also Wakes Provi- One of Chums 'Angered Because SKHI for Athletic Headquarters Newsboy Had Secured i Posi at Seaside Park Five Arrested. R. i. DEMOCRATS TO SEND THREE WOMAN DELEGATES P I 1J Democratic state central com- mittoe todav rallied the selection of May 6 as the date for the par convention anfi decided that at three of Unodf Islands 10 to the Drrnocratio national ('ivention shou'J be KILLS GIRL AXE MLSKEGON Mich 1 her bpcause I T -was thf f on of apfd n i i rnberrnan ill np h s ]a ?rrtind da> itf'i rrna Mo i axe f of the cla-ss room at n- jale anl 1 llp'1 npr IP build Pei minion ft i thf oC a hangai at ihe d i at Seaside -piil w as h> the Pai k if its rnc< last to The onncctif Jt Vc ul Xkvis-aLic n to np tn f uipon a I ]arg-elj of Bridgppor c Pai or Soote1; IJP tne boa d aid hi tne has pa chased a Curtis1- l ie '-eap h h ch r [aeroplane h cli ifi proposed to ute foi the earn oL to Xev Lne ntaiM Aid lor other pui The li ngai will be of flame th 1 Ri clc about iiirl b t ho the ma Alrreci th p-o tm i fo he Srouts o' B pott dniMon as cd pc in i t )i Lhe boai rt 10 it p rmtioi 7f St. i side pai i H u K ot) md of c Ibi i i 1 f i lu uiqu te s f r r h s dui'-ion Mi i uh planned tha t hr i jritwlna f i o n L< for pld< c to ri f L esia.nli h n LP s boats IK n i is n l _o e tndt m ih r Jifid lers berr dc h< u jl ih li i s Ij 1) odi r rl u d ppr 0 Apnl U uinilo ouiL aiithoi itioi, hete tomo to bnng in o couit fi f boj s ho r e alleged to hai, c ickcrt Cnailcs Kncllcr 10 i tied him to a slaKe piled V-ndlmff ood ibout him and at t tli ifn i leu ing him to his u Ih bidh bui necl if nod Ilr iccovei Jm estimation tou is said to th( alleged lasfaauJt riomptcd iralonsj on the pait of out of ihf PHP Miuthfa iberainao the h id obtained his position Mil FRIF1 Sonoia 1 jo iMihtm foi cos of (ho new Uc pnfoliP of Sonoi a have ciusscd tin state line of Mna o i cammed two towns and P continuing towaicjs i uiacan cap til of th" ncighboi inft tan thus t the iggie1- in the states fight igamst thi of Vexico I hi 1 utiti one of the most im- Iponi i minin" i imp1; in simloi I ll out li mile1! tioni flip fetnalo Sunoua boundatj and Sin Blai A uhoad lunction point falle i t the. Sonoi i tones accoidmg to official mtoimauon tec-cued hoie M ppoils Lint six othci hoican 1 am lUlipas Tiba'-co tampeche in I joined toipes with the Sonoi i mrnemen against Can icinain PC! unco iflnneel tonight It Js tha-t agent's and vuthj l 1 al HIP Sfonoi-v moMMicne wtic. I iiolle' J lub J itel ing cUd to Fepoits to militarj hpadqtiaitcis heie tint Pi evident plans to send thousands ol tioops against In elf oils to put clown the upiislns Jjeadeis of thi Sonoi a movemeit dpclaie thib plan mfap" i ncv revolution Moie than thice thousand bonoia tioops ah 3ael> en eied Si i into tins disttict There TIP moie thin Sonori tioopa ilicadv "stationed in the pasb and i einfoicements aie be ing sent thci i Shoitci "Mai oh lo ipaeb Puepilo Pit.', the feonon tioops have a ahoitei nniph than Ihc "orcos marnhme. tioni Casas Grande1; The f-tato boons have tho added adv mtage of moip and Image emoute Sonoiii officials dPC ired tod iv that To. soldici1! in Mnaloi aie joining the Sonoi a IOIPO m Uigc numbers ft vwis lepoiled thp com mandors and crPWb of ican samboaLS GuPireio ind dun pas descitcd to tin Sonoi a norein m placort both at the disposal of Orcneial P 1.1ns t eommande.1 In chief ilford Man Is Held CHICAGO, Apnl with violat.ng the Lever Food Act, 24 leaders in the insurgent strike of railroad switchmen were under arrest in Chicago tonight. In all 30 warrants weie issued and railroad brotherhood officials declared that the last buiwas-k the local strike had been broken Government agents said 200 oth- er warrants would be issued latei. Included in the number arrested was John Grunsu, president of the Chicago yardmen's association the parent outlaw union. The men were taken unexpectedly by federal agents at meet- ings of strikers. The anested men, who also included K. E.( Read- ing chairman of the United Enginemen's Association, were releas- ed on bond each for a hearing April 24 by Commissioner Mason. 5n Preparation for Week. John Donam Said lo Have Confessed to Raising One Dollai Bills to 1 ens by Use of Fine Hand Brush and Vari- Coloicd Be Anaigned This Afternoon. counteifcitmg ten dollai bills by one HJUU 11-1 w dollai bills to the laiger denomination through clevei use of a imc haired aitists brush and van-coloied inks, John Donam, 24 years of age, of Milfoid, will be arraigned before United States Commis- 30 o'clock this afternoon Tried to Pass Bill. 1 IIP auest of Donam in this city IIP is alleged to have attempt- ed to pass one of the uiibod 10 dol- lai bills In f ding store and been detected in his ail by a clPik uune Wednesday as tho culmination of months of vvoik 01 the part of 1 S sci let ben ice men m this city it is uscitccl tint Doniln mido a complete confession to th> becrol son ice men J allowing his ai rest llu iscnts ictus in conjunction with Shcuff iamca Mi hoi of Mil- foul vi ited Donain s home in that town and coiitlsa ited a quantity oi white gieen, and jcllow ink alleged to have been u- i in i aismg- the bills Uhcy also sccu ed Ij of the i used bills i Used pourteifot bills hue been in ciiculation li 1-indge- purl ind vicinity toi manv months Don un vMfe was ciutbLioned by the SLCiet tiien DIRECT TAX TO RAISE PAY OF MEW YORK TEACHERS Aildllinnii) SulancH Planned ONE KILLED, TWELVE HUPT WHEN CARS COLLIDE siv Smiili nlli
tht in Thp i aim f h 11 I ll is i ot li rn cli i i i U i Mood llu 11 n1Pil li opu GOVERNOR TO REVIEW FOURTH REGT TONIGH! JITNEY AND COLLIDE ON WAIN ST. Vofanteer Railroaders Re- winded by Kiss from Girl Commuter SOLTH ORANGE 1 Ftank Ivramei foi- national bitvcle champion uid MIYOI Chailes II Alaitens of East Otangp descended fiom l Lackawanna enfcine of which they vveie the firemen heie toda; foi a icsi. and bieath of cool an a girl who iiaci been standing on the station platfoim lan up and kissed bo'h of them When she ian back to hei paients her lips vveip blark fiom soot tint had boen on tho phteks of the voluntepr firemen Both Kiamei and VTir- ten? who helped in taking com- muters tiaina to New York jes- terdav and todiv, aie bachclois Joseph vice piesident of bank of New voik who IUPS in rnglevvood J Hied for a tiam into Jei aev Litj. to lav He announced that a committee of Ennli wood and Tenafl> had or- to mret the tin eats of a 'Red Revolution to bo ac oomplished through -the one big union lout o' the viid 01 GO per 1 cen' if 1101 mal The movement of inbound coal conhnups o nnpiove" Other lien in todai a followed telpphomi communication raids in Chica0o included R S The raid had been under piepara- tion for a week, District 4ltoine> Charles T (hne The aiiests Attornev Gcnrral Palinei it Washington Thr in tho Level undf- vvh ch todav s ic tion vas t iKen piovided i penaltv r I tin hi Id ,11 d i I n nt ,_ hi win i i bl i suit ind soft llTi ,i el v.ho npppflird to bo i I fi n iKiint1 i late ho it last night I ic wen minus the nagh I 11 liuiiil fin )ilm f.oiri nor lie lee mi h MM 11 Piioitil L.IIC IPII hiael of HIP "M.llt i ni n 1 of IIP si n ol i will bp th" n IPSH of I Cunt! t rii tip u u! SI ill n tee pptio i n d CiC 111 1 tl I It nu ht '1 ho i ptnniptlv at In o noil to whir h In i nbll h is IIIPII 11 v ic 1 bj nils I ,ue l our hi olll Pis mil men ol thi roiinb Infinlii Ihc 11 n 1 1 i tan in I i "iipnl i in pi w ill u m aboi I o ilocl this ilicini in in 1 will b thp i I il Mi t'b p i on in f r mm u ill i t t h I 0111 Lii Mil t uv distil t it i dinni ir StutHeld hotel i tnpj htio operated in S phon sis rli I Ivsio'rt SSI Linclli v stuul col idtil ullh in i iHt uiind P ilrflei 1 dvelnp tieillpj cm u th iciinei of un and 1 i null ivenuo Inst -Mght at 1 1 il) i cno k The lit 11 I us loicod nil ic HIP i u k i fiont ol HIP tiolkj ia i id in n o mother bl owned hv eorpp Ciinliflc of li w hie h w is pin keel c n I i ill Adelm in il 1 st 11 PI ltd om i ill pisfapnjjei ni ii H i uniniiiiPd in i i 'I hp to u o Ih ti ni i h d Mini t n 11 1 11 w t I i o Ic p i a s i s 11 L II ho s-tipel 151 M U" pr> r n ho is i is ELEVATOR MtN ORDERED TO STRIKE M "I I Sl 1( thoiisnml clivihii oncTitliiK in nciulv ill n[ Un i In'" liiucsi ni.ipoi stems' mill hiislnc-s'- BtiniHiico toniglit vioie 01- dcrrrt to out on qulko lit 9 o'cloLk I oiniiii moiulng Mexicans Kidnap Soldier's Wife IVeai El Inquiry Started ll 1 1 P Mis 1 I s infold w lie of u bl u k nut n i x I t Illiss w is Udn ipped HIS II II l) i 1 ei ti inci Mbtud iv ind i 111 w .wimp HIM umi lohl Ion n s w Lu UpJ 1 mis M Mud i I n 1 hi Till lldi III I I I ll Mil Pi 1 Ml 111 nlffht and un 1 Snp w.is 10 ipiupd loci and ctoshed I Ho Ulo CiKndei lid; stoics being In v_______ if two 1 u k llktn 10 lu hPi is nun v Pstlgaled -_ Apt 1 1i -1m penthnipnt pioieorllriffs ue-aitiFt A' ilstnnt Secretary of Uiboi J ouls F I osi wpie started in tho to da on fla0'ifint and unw i Tnled aibtise il his powci in oh sliuuing the dcpoitatlon of nllen acpkins to undeimine ind ovoitinoiv tho foi i thu on the impca( ime it Is tif IPMOU 101 selling ino im pearhmcnt UK chit cij in moticn viai. I itpodueod. tills .iftennocn hv Hep Hiomci Ho oh Hopubl em ot Is.irsii'- l ill appiov u of he 1 ppiib'irnn leiaeis of HIP li usp '1 ho PSI 1 i ion i-pci c tn chaises iicle aRai i t A-> ibtaul Spuelm i s and il or' l'ie Jiclltun (Oil t nice 11 it (inn ihe ihnges to be l tic to 101 cut out i iPbOllllon pin toi nnpc ichmenL ARRESTiDlOR SELLING JAMAICA GINGER publ "i v of the vardmens who dc- cliiPl 11 T i it loi the men th it no I-MV m 1 bee i v olatod and nl t wlin1 m f cr had been a ol the federal and IniPi b Eid.vpll, vsho Via' ni mot p-tPidiv bv At- tornev al Talmer as Gi unau't 1'enaitv ot Vorfeitme nl n iatu i lasted to ftiiking -witchmen at Citv late to- dppvnls tint thev iPturn to moinniK Apilt 1" ci pcniltv of foitPitiiu of their in ihf Brotherhooa ot RaiUoad Tiainmcn Tho tiltimatuia was signed tav brothei hood chaii- n en foi the l oacib affected bv ths strl ,P At St Louis- it was amounced. that 000 stmui? varrimen m the district will re un to work as soon, as assured, the aopoited also cais o' ficsh meat moved load liboi bodi 1 will consider th-enf demaids foi in-roaied wages The announce nont w is made bv John e Tuhink chirman of tie St. 1 nuis vudmen-, after a long confoienc" of ofticnls of i 01 nation The Chicago and Taiil Rallicart tod i> issued an uHi-% matum it -tiKoe to the svvntch fiaiticipat'ng in ou ITTV suikt ecu me them untie i-it ndTN o ro'- "voik 01 hava tin i plains filled anagers Give Strikers NEW YORK nil- ioad senoial manageib association of 'b.oik tomsht deliveicd an ultimatum to the Big Fom iHihod.il biotherhoods giving them until noon S.ituidav 'to'have then men icport foi vvoik foi time it soato I tho ralhoacls will open theh booKs for a peuod of 24 houn ending at noon Sund foi such men ai lepistpr during tho poilod anil who aio ifcnptaJble who will hp taken back Into thp son ce letain- inR- then lO'ten lights In in event tho ultimatum ad led lailioads ictam the rlcii to n fuse to reinstate or it emplo coitain emploves who have shewn diinnpr the poilnd of tion'ile U v it loo f setl ttous i ticrinces in tii.ndirioi 01 othPi well di inert in unlltnpss fin f Hither mho id -i-ivlcp 'll< i 1 iniatum was uidicssca to the following oial rcn of tie bij jour O G Gutnnr. Biothcrhooc' o Engr neeis 'I imothv thpa 1. o Looc-m-itiv! Fieiioi ane1 Ki gine- men 1 H Dodpe Bio heinood OE railroad Tialnmen and S C i OrcUi of Railroid Condi c 11 T H "Minted -.p ikesmm Ihu geiuial s h i 1 not WflNC.TON 1 1'1C lalioid aboi lioird was todav tht Senate I hi i n tin. n mil wtioi s ,amo nftoi loin homs dis-ussion behind losecl doois Onlv imp loll ill on the of IT Yi all lit U 11 of Hi. pib i KIOUII it, (U in iniicd H il po It d K hivi losult I II to 21 m of on- i ftltl somi nomoiuits ns ufl i 1 ,n 1 In ins vi i nv, M f y, 1 ipubluais ti id 'i i" iniiion imskli in Ciitlc ot oth no.mmp.-s lid not ition itti h' voti s' ling mil i t iKin i u Hi 111 somi f PPi -i -ai 1 01 on Incite 11 i l Ml otbi i i 11 ni" tun i si M i il I in the! i nt fo lu- li s i if l i I n s lo lion w i! 1 to ni u IIP! ihi 1 v1 iti Bolh Dpiiioiiits >n' Kppiblpns of complaints wa-s the 111 l si 111 I >.oi n is w null t i pi ils h tv 1 ,ii. i n lin- i w m n 1! i i 111 li i f I i l ll IV I C- I v fin ll i lion biiel iinpoi uu e ot j iniiui and i I ih n laiPS it 1 n m i 'ho Senate Confirms New Labor Board of p omiiu IIP ot pointees The i' i' 1 I em mide th it all n n nips VVPIP iliiilpnsed frcm the vulp In view o t'i i t Republican j-pmtii-- a HP no-" 1 t th it 111 in P i Mil i t nu- -.ii h 1 o i 1 v vv ill up in i pi sio i mi" 'ho n un- I ti c l Hi in i s m P I i u in Oi ofli- i vvou'cl 1VV- 11 4 of i i ed thfil u 1 itrim t ikpn 11 an un- iinp i Inff tho i t u iininniiate taafc j 1EWSP4PERS
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