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   Bridgeport Telegram, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1928, Bridgeport, Connecticut                               PRICE2CEN1S THE BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM THE WEATHER M KM M I Mil irinrr I union ow in IUIIM i r i orn ON rmroniAi PAGE nlnllmi Books Oiion lo III nlulinn c c I vis VOI NO 07 I 'i 1 ji d c rt'-i i i it the lot if fit'' at L klgepott ui iJci a t of IS I og U t- Pat Oft MAKUI 20 FAGLb WO CPNJS OV NHWS U NJfc. A TICK Bf CAJtRlKflft JUDGE SIDDONS DENIES HE RECEIVED BONDS IN TEAPOT DOME OIL DEAL Supreme Court Justice Who Presided at Fall-Sinclair Aroused by Mention of in Case. MYSTERY WITNESS TO REVEAL NEW ANGLE Man Who Is Alleged to Have Received Bords by Mistake f Will Testify Wednesday- Democrat to Be Called. Hi THOMtS WBIC.IM opt right Bv Universal WASHINGTON Maich 18 of the name of a mysteiious Mi Sid- dons as the Intended recipient of in bonds in the Teapot Dome oil scandal Investigation ptomptecl Justice Frederick L Siddons of the District of Columbia Supieine coiut tonight to Issue a scathing denial o' miv connection with such a plot Justice Siddons denied eve bavin any bonds or anv othei com munication on the subject HP declar- ed I have ncvei leceivcd anv pecktge 01 any other communication It f 11 made out of whole clotn so far ai I am concerned This thing has not t p slighes vestige or of truth 1- difficult to speak w th com u e about a thing like- Why on the face of It suet- 1 1 ng appears most asinine I tan ot make that too emphatic I hope the Senators will make o most complete Investlgatior It is lather humlliatinc that one needs to male a. denial I want to make tin fni il as complete emphatic ant sweeping as I possibly ran Justice Siddons presided at the le rent Pall-Sinclair oil conspiracy tiial in which a mistrial was granted am the binclair-Burns contempt trial lor lurv shadowing which flolowcd HP sentenced Sinclair Burns and for contempt finding them cuiltv I iifolded The na ne of a Mr o' i _ioi T 1 of 1hp brnate Tea e f finil of the ornate p Mibromnuttpp at C hirago li r unic'ilrn with a witnpst nn mitt'p mpmbpi however kepi 'Hv M He wlttipss a NV P chrttrmin tlir n howeici stated that tliprp tra rii smiilaritv between the name Si'I u s 71 rl HiHt of thp mvtcrv vntnesf Trip witi ess if was cvcxlPf' hart nn f led st n to the com BiHtne ln executive SPSMOII A tnn fled hv UP PMOU pss of ir- plstlons tlic committee tonight be -v i met service InveMiga ion of f- i srimtoi Geiald P N e of Noi Mi Dakota chairman of the subcommittee rlc laicd 1 e would call an executive pi-ting to continue t irough n it tne to consider the new turn events but bcvond that declined ab- sohitelv to comment On ihls executive session and upon Hie evidpicp unearthed the secre sr investigators and othi Investl- c-itors of the rests the dccls on whether the mysterious witnesses i I be tailed to the stand Wednes- dm it learned Despite the gravity of hnpendlm .closuies howevei it was believed witness be subpoenaed to tell his It is known to be so howevei that the committee ill onh bring it li to the open afte Investigation of every angle has given r substantiation SPiMtoi Nve and Spnator Norbeck of South Dakota reached the fl 'onig it after the Chicago sessions 1 Ich mysterious witness with h s storv which Nye said will the countiv If true was questioned Package Held 000 The mystery witness Is understood to have told the committee that eceived a package bj which xid been misdirected to him Instead o Washington D C Ine package according lie leports b IB the retuin address of a Sinclal 01 company and contained 1 i bonds li advance of Us receipt warning i ad been sent in telephone and tele message from the office of the j 1 company not to open the package h it to forward it Intact to the person a i rested it was learned Int mjstery witness however en t ely In the regarding the pack opened It and later was dismiss I orn his position because ne le 'U the story to a goveinment of al H is underst'-.xi t investigation by the ommittee I Vained centers aiound a chftK i on the repoited telephoi e and r messages involved r the t nn and also a check up bv rflkials of the translci ot DIP package t i i e the comn i IPC line of its inve ilgaiion ha I niiioi ed Wilbui W M March DP lat c 'reasurer to at th pdnesddv session Will H Ha noi of the movlp ind istrv and for n Republican chairman may bp re I i lir stand for anothci gnllin was stated Mfu will be quest oned v 1 he IIHS emph ti all denied tlaf he made a witl IP ln'r Fied W Upturn pi ot ir Rrpublu ii Natioi d p mi i ttpr ortt fo t rjii'h i i-i pn livn anfl in 4 lilr .iini.lirl V nc r hHXP tP llTirfl Ma li li sr P c f s PI nil he i I Pipl In r i- f I v ri en Jus IP i i fi mi I i His Neck Broken For Three Dies PtllbBbPC.H Mulc.ll Ib As ociatecl Piess His neck bioken T most thiee aeo Rody P Mai- snall Ji who thiough Ins Injuiy became acquainted wit'i well known spoi ts idols and vv is a familial at National 1 eague baseball games In lecent M.ais died heie tonight The was injured vvl lie diving i shallow watei at Naiiagansett R I and until rccentlj seemed to be his stiength although lie was confined to a wheel chaii Maiohall a lovei of sports and ad- mit ei of Babe Ruth Bobby Jones others of the spoil realm was visited bv those notables when weie In Pittsburgh fsom time to t me Maishalls keen inteiest in Pittsbuigh Pirates and their intet- est in him was credited to some ex- tent with prolonging his fight foi He a son ot Rodv P Mai- s i II attornev Protected by Will Enter Hunt for Remains of Eight Men. WILL WORK AT NIGHT Bodies to Be Removed after Drivers Held For Perjury in Milford Case Harris and Who Boasted of Out-Witting Police in Investigation ot Fatal Accident on Milford Turnpike Last Are Taken into Custody in New Charged with Making-False Statements under Oath. DRAFf TREATY TO ATTIC DWELLERS LEAVE SMOKE-FILLED HOUSE AS 11 BOY DISCOVERS BLAZE Kobcil r Him am Bci jumln BH- Imsky both of Oiangc wilt ctily this1 morning the Havpn pulu c c-haiRcd with ppijun befoie Coionei cliiilnn his investigation of the death of Eiic pptcison August 2 last At the i iqucst both me i occupants of a cm te tified that thev hud found the accideit victim on the Milfoid Unn pike and that they did not st.ike him On Investigation the Milfoid SO that NO PlCtUreS police found they had stiuck the man Hauls admitted tills to 'ic police Tlie airest of Hauls ancl Baiinsky bv Chiel James W Mallei ot Mllloid I two weeks ago was a lesnt of boasting on theii pait of theli in clud- In0 detection Hairis was held In bonds ol as t1 c ci ol the auto on the charge ol a motoi vehicle in a ma uiei so as to of Them Can Be Taken. BObTON Mai h Assoc aled PIPSS Ihe lalsed submanne S-4 was towed into a sale beith at the Boston vaid todaj just ahead of a vi- cious noitheastei nhlch cauued gieat News Summary BKIIIC.l POIl I Bound ovei cases aie to jail authoiities Shenff Pease states Page 1 Attic dwe'leis me foiced to fiee fiom smoke-filled house two alaims tuined in foi early morning blaze Page 1 Lutheran church chooses new pas- toi Page l Pannv Crosbys hjmns aie sung at memorial Page 13 Bridgeport needs clea.nng up Simpson says but will let some one else do it Pane 1 Widei obseivance of St Patricks dav bv A O H urged by speakei Page 2 Polls open foi two houis at Repub- 1 can primaries tonight Page 10 damage to shipping In Massachusetts Bav Had the stoim fcltucK the fciib- mailne and hei tugs the S-4 would surelv sunk Navy officeis said Tonight the fcubmaiine brought up fiom the bottom of the sea olf Pio- vincetottn aftei thiee months of heioic vvlth the wintry elements was c ladled In hei six pontoons off Diy- dock 2 at the Navy jaid She will not be docked until high tide tomonovv moi nlng The S-4 amved at the Navv yaid shoith altei 8am almost on the schedule planned by Captain Einest J King and Commandei Ha i old 8 Saun- deis who weie In charge of the salvage operations Then caiefullj piepaied plans weie followed lellgiously until the submarine and tugs amved oft Hull befoie daybreak Heie they ion Into a choppy sea and It was necessaij to i educe the speed to less than 37 knots an houi the rate which the salvage directors thought safest About daybreak Benjamin Kemp captain of 111 3 Boston Navy yard pilots and a civilian pilot boarded the mine- sweeper Sagamoie which led the S-4 tow at Boston Light They steered the S-4 lineup into the north channel at exactly 6am The raised aub- mailne was opposite hei diydock In two houis and the operations wete then tuined over to Captain C H Summers who will dliect her bei thing tomoirow moinlng cause death Baiinsky was held as a mateiial witness pending the coi- onei i Inquest The of Hauls and ling ol the coionei s Inquest w is expected bv authoiities to cleai up a mjsleiy vvhlc.li has baffled poll.- and Coionei since eaily on of August 2 when Hauls and BnHlisky brought the badly mangled body of Peteison to a Milford hospital with statement that they lou d him Ijing In a clump of bushes on the Mil- loid tuinplke Peterson who was tK UJ -one mid a lesklent of was lound to be suffering fiom a fiactu1 ccl skull sev- eial broken bones th ee bioken ilbs one of which punci lied p King and vifh the bciilp ncJilv Horn Ills hcid HP died a Id LI i Mllloul hospital In. couliactcd pneumonia and partial Hulls and Baiinsky told police tint as they were dilvlng long the Mllfoul luin pike they noted a bundle of clothes in the load and stopping to imestlgatc found Peteison -sevpielj wounded in a ncaiby clump of bxihhts They rushed him to the hospital and turned the bundle ol clothes ovet to police who lound it to contain a stil ors outfit by which Uie injuied man was Identified At the time of PeLeisons death dil igent seaicn of the tuinpike failed to leveal any tiace ol blood 01 bickeii glass which would Indicate that Petei son had been sauck by i hit iun motoiiot and police who weie Lalflecl aiscoveied that one mudguaid incl light on Han.s cai weie dented Despite a thoiough piobe by Coro- pei MK and polite officials the two youths Ftuek to theii oiiginal stoiy snd to link them with Petei- son s injuties pioved miitless Jlp tallies Anest While police accepted Coionei Mi-is veidlct that Peterson met his death thiough peisons unknown they did not their search and Chief Ma- ud and Seigeant Hemy Clalbromier been quietly seeking clues In the case foi the past seveial months A tip fiom persons to whom Hauls and Ballnsky aie said to have blagged ol the manner In which they outwit- ted the police started a. new Investi- gation which lesultcd in the atiest ot Hauls and a summons foi Balinsliv Prominent Americans Demand Immediate Negotiation for World Wide Peace Pact. OF So Much at Stake Effort Must Not Be Allowed to Emreaty Declares. WISHING TON Maun is- .elated A nioup of i loiu ncnt THE KILLED AS PLANE FALLS INTO t LP Y Airplane bums horse in Milford fires Page 1 Hit and run- motorists aie held on perjurj charges Page 1 FT rficld school committee wants Moon tract for school site asks Grout s I opinion Page 19 Republican caucus In St-atford to- night Wheeler explains leason foi I Surgeons To Weai Masks. Today Navy yaid divers and woik- Pilnt lesank the pail of pontoons about I' v u two 1 the submaiines amidships to elimin- ate the seven degiee list The pon came up uneven when the S-4 men SAYS T PEASE Die in Boy Is Knocked Un- Hit. to have public hearing on pionosil to eliminate curve on Post loan it. blacksmith shop Page 19 Milfoid Republicans to caui ul to night Page 2 l-ot-dkk tells Yale audience riPflii nil j nn hincs cant love or think Papr F.llier Donovan Catholic doctor ancl I I uthor fyrmei athlete dies on hi- Mill birthday In Middletown Page 13 W Judcp Siddons denies IIP PVP IP cr pd bonds in leipot cleil Supreme Coin justice incensed at mention of 1 Mi faldclons In case 1 Repudiate those who had i to do with Teapot Dome disgrace Cap- PCI uiccs Republican paitv Page 11 Diaft treaty that will outlaw w u notable Ampiicans urge Coolidgp in lettei Page 1 C.FMIIU S-4 is towed Into navy vaid will be div docked today surgeons protected bv masks to hunt for bodies lemove them attei dark Page 1 Eatthquake breaks dishes shakes i ouses In Albanv Page 1 Thiee killed as aliplane 'ills into of children pilot tw-3 paisen- ueis crushed boy and girl luit Page Runnei chops dead In Greenwich taking a cold showei Poit CheBtci athlete djmg fiom heai' shock Page 8 Disabled 1 nei is auproaching New York after delajing 26 hours to lepai engines Page 4 Plood survnois buiy familv of seven wiped out when dam burst Page 11 Grand Duke Aiidie loses foitune lenunder of gloij that was s pass ing as dukes villa is moitgaged Page Long ate-- ovei Nancj is now fourth wife of ex-maliaiajah of page 14 Adjutant geneial knew of Ku Klan attempt to contiol Rhode Island slate militia Colonel chaiges Pane 1 Husbjii d absolves Dons McDonald of minder sweais she liud nothing o do th the cilme Pige 1 Man s moie than machine Di fclitorials Page 12 Special cartoon Pnge IJ Complete weathei lepoit Page 12 Magadine page Page 10 Radio piogiams Page 20 SPORTS Pajps X mil HI on Page LUTHERAlclRCH ELECTS NEW PASTOR Hardest Men to Keep Are Those Awaiting He Tells Congregation. n ant' Ameiican citizens advocoted in a le tei to Piesident Coolidte todiv the im- mediate negotiations of a multl-lateial tieatj to outlaw vvai al- t hough the administration has made 11 plain ihat the teim aggiessoi in its opinion is not susceptible of cleai- cut definition The lettei was s PU bj UP si IIP of men who pievlouslv sub mltted to Ihe Piesident a definition of waifaic Kellogg dlSBKieed with the pioposil of Ptemiei Briand of Fiance foi the lim- iting of his antl-wai tieatv to wais of aggression holdlnjj that he Is dis- inclined to see woild peape qualified In anv and that he has noi sat- isfied lumficlf that tlieip is a -.atls- factory definition of aggress war- faie Amonp the to tup 1st P weie M ijor Genpial r ORvan b Paiges Cidman Majol Geneial HPHIV r Mien Heiuy J Allen foimei einoi of Kansas Hany Emeison dlck and William Allpn White Mucli at stake It favoied making the outlawiv of wai a fundamental piiuc pic of Intel national law suggesting this paiagiaph in the tieaty It is agreed by and between the goveinments engaging in this covenant that the ptohlbltion of aggiessive vvai hall be deemed a fundamental prln ciple of inteinatonal law and a im- tion enteiiug upon aggiessive wai In violation of Its tieaty obligations shall be guilty of the most serious offense against the entlie socictj of nations With so much at stake the let- tei said it Is difficult to believe that the negotiation of the proposed tieatv will be illowed to fall It is tlie one Earthquake Breaks Shakes Houses in Albany M NY Mnl thlS- died I Eaith shotKstlni jKiicd wlndou bioke and caused gencial apprehension shook noithcin New York this moinlng between 10 end 10 10 oclock I lip tipmors weie felt in Snana 1 ko PUttsburgh Malone and like PlHcid and seveial secondk M biiraiidc Lake the shock v as fco c crp that in residents flcj then dunn.j the tremois In- ju IP and no sellout propeity dam- was lefoited C eologisls have explained In0 pievious paith tiemois that .-lulling of locks in Logans franK in this section of the Adirondack mountains Is responsible loi the qinkes Thp lasi cjimkp of in tie pist 20 jcais was felt Februarj 28 1925 AIRPLANE Fos- n KCV. i Ot delphia Is Chosen as Weng's Successor. Sclpu cm HIP Rev Mt Biuck- IIPI of 7135 Bovci street Mt Airy Philadelphia Pa ns the pastoi of the Piiht English Evangelical Lutheran chuich was voted at a meeting of the congiegatlon jesteiday noon following the chuich service Chailes F one of the trustees of the church wir- fd the of his election but had not received an acceptance ov last niLht The new pastoi If he accepts will succeed the Rev Aimln G Weng who leslgned several months ago to accepT a pastoiate In Philadelphia The Rev Mi Brucknei recently conducted a seivice at the church which has called 1 mi He is o graduate of Haivaid anc1 j is taking his theological studies at Mt I Anv seminary He will giaduate in I May ancl will come to Brldgepoi t about of May he accepts the said PAIR CAUGHT ROBBING MOVIE MAN'S MANSION WILMINGTON Cal Mauh 18 -IBy Associated Pi ess Ihieec ilitn aviators were Killed and two chlloten wcic In- juied hcie todav when the wine of an airplane collapsed and scut thf mathlre hurtling 2 300 Icct to the gtound crash- ing 111 the front yaid of a home wheic a hHlf-dOi'en chlldicn were at plaj Ihe chlldien lan loi sniPty as the plane came down towitids hem One fouiteen-year-olcl boy was knock- ed unconscious nnd an was lorn iiom a lom-jeai old jul by a piece ol the falling plane Ihe dead aie Jack Mann tweniy- foui of Los Angeles utlc1 Wiillim H of Los Angeles gcr Leonaid 1 English of H'mtinirton Paik Cat p issengei Tnc plane had taken oft fion- toe Burdett airport Los about half sn lioui before it era- .si Witnesses saw the plane fljlng in T noithvtest dlicctloii over Wilmington As It reached a point neai centei of tbe citv the wing ol the ma- chine was feon to give way suddenly and the plane went Into i nose dive Jaclnto ZamuOio fourtfeii the boy knocked unconscious v 1 i the plane crashed In ths yard of thp home was icvived soon afterward The plane was smashes to bits and the pilot and his two passengeis weie dead when extricated from Hit wicck- age DORIS MACDONALD A history of the Fairfleld tounlv jtil and 1 desciiption of the methods of managing f jail were Uescilbed last night by Simeon Pease high sheriff of FnUfield county m n iddicss nt the Sunday evening SPIV ice of the West Ercl Coiigiegational chuich Penal authoiities Sheriff Peiisp said me trying haid to stilkc out the old idea jails of today HIP dark i .iim rli luprjn 111 e keeps whpip and vcntilition aie unknown The fust high sheriff of Fanfieln conn v vvos Samuel He appointed bv the crown n 1674 Tn the 254 veaif. since the appniin j inent of Moipliousp thPip 1 ivc boeii shpnfts seiving an aveMgr teirn of seven vcnis each In 1838 the constitution was amend- on WOMANsURED WHEN AUTO SKIDS Pedestrian Halts While Cross- ing to Hospital. to aii be was elected to the the man office First lull Wns In MliMelil The first jail in the loun'tv was on the silp of Ihe Episcopal church hi FanfrHd In 1853 Bildgeport iskefl that the Jail and county rointhousp oe transferred lo this fovvn Aftei a bittei fight this was done Btidgepoit undei the terms of the tnnster was to piovide a jail and build courthouse The fiist jail was located on new the imtlinicil on biiink ind hulled tin pavement by a skiddmf lulomobile at Man and Oiand slrppts at 2 10 o clock vcstpidav aftei noon Mi Miiv sixtv .f 283 Oiand street vv is keri cents lio pital vvhPip hei condition regarded is uitiral Two of hei libs lire fractuied and t feaied tint nci skull is iracuued Mis lopeici is the vvif Frink Loppui n loinier spec ill pol ti.niin veil Known in the cltv Mi lopen Ins only iccentlj been discliargod from the hospital wleie he vvns undei mcaical E ALSO LOST Two Blazes Are Seen by Bridgeport Residents- Total Loss Fne totally destioyed two bains In Milfoid last night causing an estimat- ed damage of around The fli't flre occuiicd at 7 10 p m and buined to the ground a bain on Wlieelci s laim owned by Hellar Wan a loss of The second flic came at 8 4J p m destroying tin bain owned Haiold Beard on Mil- foid unnplke near Milfoid centei do ing damage around One flic bu ned horse to othei destroypd an aiiplauc In second flie a twin motored u pline ov lied bv the Alt- crift ol Amcuca valued at 112000 lour m five tractois and several fnim tools were all destroyed flip iclual If s o tnc plane was Inter placed at 000 when It w is Icainccl tliat the mcnoi ol the pi me had been t .1 pn oil to be cjvi ih mlrn Ihp mo toi ilot c K woitli about tiOOO Chemicals 1 ami i how No 1 duck No 1 mil ciinlno No 1 answciecl Hie ilaim ami found the bam i in is- nf flames upon thrlr aiilvnl Such hewivnj had IIPPII Bilncd that at- tempts to put the flip out weip futile Nothing but smouldering embers and hot lion of tlie trucks and tiactois remain The alaim was turned in at 8 p 'ii but H is thought the flre must have started at least an hour befoip that for lesidents of this cltv called the Telegram as eanv as 7 30 to flnd oil' vvhn the me v-is The flames so lighted up the skv tint residents of this tits could readlh dlspein them The plane had been built foi the Aliciaft Corpoiatlon of Ameiica which Allclat orpoiaon o c tieatment lot some weeks and Is still hap pleiiminarv plans for The Lopcirl was owned and dilven by Joseph Antonik of 578 Lafayette st cet He Lain el Beach Judge Omai W Plan of Mllloid head of the Airciaft Corpoiat on stat- was driving noith on Main stiee and the loss lhe plane wag Two Alarms Sounded for Ear- ly Morning Fire in South Bring Out Array of Ap- With Ambulance. OVERLOOKS ALARM BOX RUNS 2 BLOCKS Policeman Turns in Alarm As Youth Rushes Someone Else Pulls Box Damage Is Slight. Two alaims Jiom flie box 171 M Paik avenue and Pailc teiiace at 12.M 0 clock this morning called out t a iay of flie apparatus the city amty- 1 nee and the police patrol for a Bie In the attic of 72 and 74 Ptrk Mr- i ice Seveial peisons asleep In the at- t c looms weie awakened and astllted cut of the smoke-fllled house The second floor and tlie third noor v 1th the exception of one room where the flie started are occupied by Joe- cph B Wlitenberg and family The wiitenbeig family sleip on the third foci Joseph Jr awakened choking the smoke He arouaed 1 Is nephew Irving Hannon who t eeplng in bed with him and ran Into EH adjoining loom where he woke up 1 is father and mother He got them cownstalis and rushed out of the t ling in an alarm Box street. Fne box 169 Is located on pole dl- 11 ctly acioss the street from the 1 -.bout 60 feet 'wav Young i cig forgot about that box In the IX- j and ran to the coiner ot laik avenue and Johnson atreet two 1 blocks away Policeman Ocorge impson was standing at the corner nd tuined in Uie alarm when Wlrten- i eig yelled that his house was on flre. Several flre companies under lom- iand of Acting Chief George F. llPiudFlec were soon on the scene and j when they were fighting the flie MHMr- I ne tuined In another alarm from the ame and several moie flre I anics quickly airlvcd on the scene I'olli PHI in Sj.nc nrl PolKp fccrspant Charles J ncl OITlcer bimpson had passed by I ouse a few minutes hefoie and eaw i o signs of tnc at vhat time Sergeant Mcyci liuirlPri back to the IIOIII.P whto i c hpird HIP flre engines coming and oii'-cd T r SPhuttPl and family who on the ttoiind flooi The flre naitort In the attic roM i scd by the Schuttel lamilv as a etore i om It sin i ted in a p.le papern rnd two holes were burned through j the floor Acting chief Beardslee eatl- I nates l hp damige at v IK used to put out the flre I The police patrol with Lieutenant John McGovein Sergeant Robert Con' i 01 and sevetal ofhceis hurried to the ene and the city ambulance also In c inrire of Di Chester E Haberlin 'I'rivei CllfJoid Bright They leturned qnaueis Immediately when it WM tiund to be only a small flre stein who resides next door on Park t rrace How the flre started could not te determined POLE BROKEN OFF BY SKIDDING AUTO NEW YORK March Asso- ciated Two youths vvcie held on I chaiges today aftei they had j taeei caught attempting to remove en 1 expensive chandeliei fiom a 47 loom mansion in Bioolcljn owned by J i SUi-iit BlacLton moving plctuie pto mo ot Blackton Is In England Girl Sentenced to Hang with Him Had No in He Swears. Two Men Are Driver Escapes in Crescent Avenue Crash. Mis LopeiU stepped from the west cuib of Mam sticet to ctois to the east side tar Minted to In his statement to the police An tonlk says he blew hib auto lion uid tppliecl the biakes Mis Loperci hiked i ibout In the centei of the meet Au- tonlk s cai started to skid and the leai end of it swei cd aiound and the left leai fciidei stiuck Mis Lopeici knock- VALLTYFIELD Que Mauh IB Bv ______.......__....._ Asioclat-ed Piess Geoige C McDonald Poll fmen had btan stationed In the un sentence of derlb wilh his wife 1 cu e nftci the caictakei reported that Doils loi the muulci taxi tnlv- tapcstrlefc biass pieces and an- ei in an affidavit made public tonight uque- had lemoved and an his wife Is iiino ent oj the mm caluecl U piacticully dismantltxl der and that hei co.ifefbioi made ill by ovei a period of two i Denvei lust summer w k ui i ue months Eaily todav tliej Dom- Ihp sfficliivlt mide v In Boi mick Banaido eigh een and Andrew cleaux 1all In Montieal was made pub Maitone enteied and had lie Nif Donald s lawyc J A Legault stditpcl to take down the chandellei addiessecl to whom It may li i Fittings valued at t3 concern It said 000 vere found in Maiatone s loom llus is to cei Liiy thai mv wae Doils Po who the pan confessed Palnici McDonald now in J U. in Mon- tieal is innocent of the i uidei of A pan placed the valve of the stolen goods licit than 000 Bridgeport Needs but Simpson Will Leave It to Others IMM SPAPLRl Oil ca ago vesteidav Rev Chaites W s mpso Methodist ininlstei and peni lendent of he Bridgeport Cl i rn Un on inaug nated his di to i lean up nn l ddn u i W ml Bible C I ISSPS do I i Bi st a Hi Ipnten Btbli cla s set Ire in the lobby of the M C A II P RPV Mi Simpson did i c.t S'PP' 1 P ai y of his 11 upaclc1 In I lirlav mood ft i I fiat klv adult trd dPino i linn stll lf.npd in Hi p ji I Hid 1 HI l upadr c Iv i pri Bi If I i i i II B I 'I I I r dp I ICPfl' T rl IP t I 1 1 PI II r IP HI rl I I nl I w l.IMP PI n PI in BI n L. up Hi idKppu Jlp RPV Mi will ukp pu t in anv lu me div ciusades be told Uie Tflegiam His inteiest in diving Brldgppoit will only be 1 academic onp His Kcllrril lie have retlied fi this business I hp lan s l Although IIP to take dp f nlip statement Rev Mi Simpson in I timatod that his f uisadc last yeai was not vvholeheai tpclly suppoitefl by all Chiislian plum hps in this cltv Jlp to lean up p pit t tflav is In Ihf I alids of n pio l.lbll n p it. l n ipnl i. iynp bP I H'o n of Hip OllVPt C I '1 T IIP 1 I h is Mill In the i IM P'S of i igan i atioi s ii p tu pnlloL tl p aid of 1 i i I in il pioinii enl inpii In Mi Ins nn con npi i nn vvi i h l h Ipngue Bouchaid I swcai to this b my Ood in heaven She had not o'c to do In the mmdei 01 helped In ans way the DPIIVPI confcssioi is untiue Ihe aflldavil was vvlt-ne-ecl by Na poison gov p noi o t lie Boi ctcaus lail ancl D D Loi mi c hief of thp piovmrnl In hei Denvei confession Mis Donald said il was she who Hi the shots whn h caused Bouuiaid s death The cloublo hanging has been sp foi next Trldaj TWO ALARMS SOUNDED FOR FIRE IN PLAINVILLE Skicldlna oil Uie pavement in fiont of tht formti Ameilcnn and Biitish company plant on Crescent nvemic Hte lasl night an automobile owned ancl ciilven tav Joseph W isco 2b4 Duvcnpott. clashed a pole ancl bio'ce It otf at the bise Two passengers in the cai weie ancl weie token to the Bilclgepoit hospital The Injured ale William Hogan of 170 Davenport stieer and Joseph Beina of 172 Davtuport atice Both are un del obseivation and the full of theli Injuiies had not been deteimlnecl up to an eaily houi this moining Wasco was diiving east on descent a nine between He en couit nncl Sei view nvenue me whole Iionl pan of his cai was wrecked In the ciash II was 'oft on the scene lo help hold Honlhuhil on 1'URi 3tepnev v ho was in the cai witn I nn lumped Horn lhe cai and huiiieci to the injinecl woman s assistance vilth otlieis Someone telephoned loi tht cltv ambulance ui 2 lo and it ai lived at the scene of the accident one latei Di Agostmo Sunmarlino in chaige learned ihal while the tele was in ide foi the uni- bulance lhe woman wan placed in An- toniks cai ind taken to St Vincents hospital flu imbul tllcc was back at Lhe Emeibcncy hospital Iw-o minutes niter it started o.U Di H R DeLuc was summoned and is In chnigp of Mis Lopeici Hoi c jn cli Ion is sptious t nd thcie aie feais ihut she will not iccovei Anton 1 nt to poll r IICM Iciuaitois and made a lepoit of the details of thp accident with officials of the porlce jl c m le i h w is n uicslcd tlally covered bv Insurance but would make no statement regarding the ef- fect the loss might have on plans for the areraft factorv Squealing and grunting 20 pigs cxcltelv through thp crowd The pigs weie in the bain when the file stalled but fought then way out thiougli the flames Theie weie also 20 tons pf hav in the binn valued at about 000 The hav and the gasoline fiom the motors in bain made the place go up almost witli a puff The oiigin of the flie wus undetei ininid ind because ol the iwo flies totethci the thought of a was pievalent but tlie flre hipf would not give his opinion as lo this Engine No 1 and cliMriicul No 1 swcicc1 the flist nlaim walei does not extend as fai as Whctlei s faims and hose had to be laid to a bioolt 850 feet aw 15 and pumped lo thp biin Iliis bnin Is a complete loss The dimifce was placed nt 200 Ol the 200 IOE-. WOO of this amount was alotted to a that was burned to deith Ihp hoisp was hitched in his stall and so intense was thP heat lioni the names iliat It unpos iblc to attempt a lescue of tht animal Adjutant General Knew of Klan Control In Rhode Island Colonel Charges BOY DIES IN WAS STRUCK BY AUTO PI AINV1I Ll Ma.ll I il Bv I PlP SI I V 1 Illlh VVP p SPIll 111 t inlfjil fi a flip vvlildi tioypcl HP bnnRrtl of Jmi Nrf Hlk IIP f I n lit I IV 1 IM P ll li Mm tx i s .if 1 n l i 1 inr -i i r i lit IP I PI tin l IP TUP rr. P i i ii i HUP i ti tli n 11 p fur fn t ill nl 7 i k HlKl llu fupiipn v IP ailed bin k i II i. o I is i hi hip h id PROVIDLNCI R 1 Mauh AwjrlitPd Press i that Adju- lint C. uri il Within C Cole of Rhode l.lmicl was awaie of the plot the Ku Kltix Klnn lo Mlu of the nilli- taiv foirpfi of this h'ntc as long as eaiiv in DpcPmbPi list VPai Hn- old A Biampii of the light inftn- nj a battalion of which bus been relipvpd nf clutv bp.ause of the t I iPd ihal nvpsli catiin of Klin uli HIPS in tlic Slntp NOKWAIK MHKh 18 a psiill cf inluilc sutfeipcl stniPk by an automobile opei itPd by Piank Von Scoj nineteen of 18 spvpn veal old atpphcn Srilmaii of 1 ipAlnvrton tivpnur clipd j this nllPi IHOII in llir- Noi vv ilk ho'pltal His skull vv s fun uipcl s ilp U i b Mllllli I inrl hi Ir h nl pn Van SKV hlPCfll ISljIl llpp IP i P I Hi n nnil iplpi r I lii th i i 01 i bond of 000 m i ST d I np u s si Kl I i fi n l of his vvoulcli l bf ai nil n n home vhpn hp IRI I 0111 bp imrl ijwas a gland I n v pmkPd mi In fi nt if Van Scov R M unnplinc v I nl vUnl I LAI I ol Braman averted lllBV l lOdll tn i Pla Bi man s IpllfiPd 1 o i P 11 and 1f thp tli n II Is that Oiaflon C c.ieinlipf vv was in of the flist light infantry legi- ment Col Biamans recent long Illnp's ancl who Is said to have rppoits of K K K activities in the or sanitation Invited by Adjutant Otn Colp vvlthn the past two months to ictuin lo the National Ouaid and two ccinpanles of the flist light infontiv vv th hiir to foun the second bnttahou of combat enxmepis HIP niilllciis aflHiis cimunit ee of the House is tc h-dulpd to inept offii prs .f HP jtilps ll Cicn t c Ir n WicliK d v aftpi l i ruisinpi IB Mttlallon HP JOtl lump men line PI ins n tl P Infannv aio expei tpcl tc tuii i i thru pcitilpiiipni tomuiiovv uncln nulPrs issued vrstf bv l tl BIA- I man BARROWS HELD AS ACCUSEJUTABBER Lexington Avenue Man Slash- ed Charles Is Charge by Police. Chained with with intent to K 11 Ban o vis of 54 a enue was ariested at 6 oclock jrtt- t rday morning and locked up at Po- I e headquarteis under bond of MOW. He Is alleged to have been the man who stabbed Chailes Gomes of Hanal ave'iue in the left chest ihorlrf a tei l oclocit vesterday morning Gomes went to the Emergency hot- p tal wheie Di Chester E Haberltu li und a wound three Inches deep which 1 did not strike any vital n pai s of the bodv The wound WM osed with two atitches and a dremlbc. i ipliecl Gomes declared that he hid 0 i stabbed bv a fiiend while he wtf 1 kn g him home Thp police weie notified and c IPS oned Gomes finally aald that F iiovvs was the man who stabbed him. B.irows was located and arrested at i o c'ock bv Patrolmen Clrandfteld and ralvin He was Identified by OoaM a the man who cut him Gomes is under the care of a phjrat- an but is expected to be able to p ai In the City court this morning ae a witness in the case against Barrowe INJURED WORKMAN IS LIKELY TO LOSE LEG Tndua Ions were stronger latt night t at it will be necessary to amputate t e rig it lfg of Domtnlck Corb t -five of 684 Hatral avenue who i light in a uillei at the Eastern a le Iron rompanv plant Sutuidav af- t noon snd had femoial artery s i ved in his i I hiRb thp fatp that lollem were atvp- I d qui -avpd Coib from being d awn in and 11 to a hotrlbta alh It necessa v to prv i Nets with bnrs to relfU9 irb from Ihnr grip .'SPAPERr   

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