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   Morning Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1923, Hagerstown, Maryland                                Good put Com snunity Chest drive over THE MORNING HERALD E Mont Riey resigns as GOT ernor of Porto Rico VOL XXVII NO 47 4107 HAGERSTOWN MARYLAND SATURDAY FEBRUARY 171923 SINGLE COPY 2 CENTS lrlction Increased By The Shooting Of Two French Soldiers FRENCH INFANTRY E Mont Reily Resigns As Governor Of Porto Rico Action Not Unexpected By Associated Press San Juan Porto Rica Feb Mont Rieily this afternoon cab ted to President Harding his resignation as Governor of Porto Rica to take effect AprM first His he said demanded a complete change and rest Big Contributors Needed To Make The Campaign Of I Community Chest Success iCampaign Half Over With Says He Was Taken Out Of Less Than Half Of The Service Because Of In vestigations City Mayor Is I Sentenced To Prison Term I Feb resignation of B Men Rely as Governor of j Porto Rico was received at the White House early this evening but no anj noisaceaieut was made concerning it although there was every Indication j jtfaat it would be accepted The text of ihe cablegram ore to President Harding as inaue public at the White House follows in part o Amount ther Lunches Until Men dav Noon PANDHANDLER THE ONLY OBJECTORSAYS DR HARYS that good jtiov uo 1 i iiiiiy Chrt Ir Dr The v u SiNCL ItETiKEMhrs 11 fcafway Ovr lhe roky hill By Associated Press Essen Feb was the storm center today in the Ruhr where the friction between tha French and the Germans has In creased because of Thursday rights shooting of two French soldiers by security police Ir a cafe brawl retaliation for iliis shooting Geni rrai Fournier ordered a baualion of infantry to occupy the Germanj Isarraclcs The chief of police arrested all ine files and docu nt at police neadcuarters were i taken by the French and ilie disarra irz of the was begun The shooting of the French soldiers eight of them o2 duty I tbe cafe The waiters refused j because of the boycott the French started last ruy night and fighting immediately1 A number of the Security ixie rvtitva at the door of the oafs fhl began and the French cos fnai he was the first person to hsriu shooting Sentenced To Prison Feb French court Trtal at Brenedry trying various German officials on charges of resist in gthe occupying froces todar sea Ober Burgomaster Ilavenstein Oberhonsen to three years inipris rint and director Buszmenn of the Rheinisli TvestphaJian Electric Works t rsya ftll o5000000 marks Burgomaster Havenstien had rfined to permit the main railway at Oberhousen to be supplied j VJTU eectricity or gas afier the 3el had occupied it Director Busz nriii arrested in connection with tr cuttin oil of electricity from toej ICisfrhof Hotel where the French rs are quartered uovs u part Gj Opp0rtunitv To ow f verv serious gon v ire sjati Place Facts Before Authorities whleli e oveiton vlil shock the conscience c promised tonight b nera On acc injury while in the Slates my trip to Porto Rico prostrated lie and I have beer confined to my bed being able to re iiiionu nv it will be sev eral before can recover all cari T i vision in his v 1 7 IA i i urcIiQor tho I ing his rc ueuau nrsL i iroin ii riotive roio or arm i vcyMi my rvsignaj Repealing his charge hut he was c Aprn liavea out of aeth service because of believing br that time 1 will he Vva3 givlng to be air r travel and i I am legation of the dratii of his son Major uW not can be taken to a hospital j P Cronkliiie here until I am able to do so I fn at Cainn Iewis In offering my resignation I cani ingrOn ihe General asserted that in net do so without expressing to j what he has clone he was only ner you and Secretary Weeks rry apjforning the duty to which I was ap preciation o the Tin failing loyj signed by the President Ho has lireor s wont Vuless ccnvs Ioi2r prisons Habeas Corpus Proceedings Dropped After In die t raer t CRIMIXALTOURT TO START FRIDAY Youths Indicted For Breaking Into Cars Adalbert Cronkiiite of tho Eighteenth cli public itaieiiieni iv surrouiui enforced retirement or alty aaa support you have botli given no opportunity ae added Ch5t autorio crorutnually given rue in my aruuj I0 nlace the true facts before the Continued on SO jus and trying work here j atui contrary to established j The action ot Governor Reily regulations had been denied even the if beore retiring MONT REILY not unexpected in offfial f right 01 however as it had beenboard stated that President Harding The facts in this whole unfortunate personally had informed of when they come to light he the vvhich it i shock tie conscience of the v93 bv Mr aad country and unless sometoiing liap Vt amiable Iea3 to tLe w111 conw to re i ji fTT i 1 AitLough it TViiK made clear at the White House before the resignation Tras received that the president vrould not consider a successor for any Feeler1 al post until the liad resigned it is that several men i have been informally in governaieni circles for the governorship i In eveat or Mr Heiiiy resigning TWO WILLS PROBATED wer probated in the Or phaus Court Thevrili of Kidnapped Nun Adaline Donaldson vho pnes an oter possessons More Cold Weather Today Savs The Weather i THREE PROSPEGTIYE AT HARIOH mm FUN iiL I I Lii PASSED BY mm j Proposal Definitely Abanj i 1 doned White House I Announces Several Score of Veniremen j arnined Bui None Definitely Agreed Upon Marion lii Feb pros pective jurors were being held in cusi tody o bamifs at the end of the first Angeles Engineer Shot Feo The proposals I for an e2ibaro on anthracite expo CongTessional Approval Of The j especially o Canada lias been carej of the secosd kise noi trial tonigat court zaviagr aajourned xports afteraooa uatli nest Monday Several score o venireraen ex Measure Virtually Corn Dieted fully considered and definitely abanjamined during the week but no jurors doned It was said today at the White aSreed definitely By Action By Associated Press House Is the t officials an er o high goveru o vrouid have I Six men are 10 be tried charged i with murder ia connection with the deft of Antonio Malt pproval of the British Debt material effect on the coal shortage one of the mine giiar settlement virtually was colleti wMcfeis exrerieaced in sections mm of Erie rda slain f ronight the Senate passed j of York and England fitHouse funding bill The vote was 70 to 13 SUGHT FIRE The bill was returned to the House j Stare Discovered n Scheller Apart fr adjustment of amendment not re ments Soon Extinouished lattrig to the plan lor funding tae British debt of over a lr8 Ol terra of 62 years at reduced interest 5xr providing that settlement wiiJi elector nations must have tlie ayiroval of Congress instead of taa SLIGHT FIRE ire which broke out in the alaugh of Frank Carpenter in the of North Mulberry street yester evening caused damage estimated jit before it was extinguished by te Pioner Hook and Ladjder The origin of the fire origin broke out Scheller Apartments North Potomac street No alarm vas iuradd is ir C R Schelier who oc cupies an apartment on the nrst floor extiagTwiahing tae blaze whicli damag ed woodwork Simon Yeager mother of Dr Howard W Yeager dis covered tke Saaaes were burn ing a wrapped in paper in a corner of trie ball No one in the apartments claimed the package and It IB abc known whether someone thehallthrew ciga rette ashes or Traether it was set afire Steamer Tuscan Prince Found Wrecked But With Crew And Passengers Safe Seattle Wash Feb steamj tialiy identified by coast guard head ship Tuscan Prince whose wherequarters here as the hulk of the steam Plaintiff Given Ten Days To Accept Award Of Burlington Vt Feb order giving IVIrs Dorrit Stevens Wood house plaintiff ia the million dollar suit against ner parentsatlav for alienation o her husbands affection 10 days in which to accept aa award of actual damages and punitive Damages was made by Judge Moulton ia county court today Other wise anew trial will be ordered The court declared that the ver dict awarded to the plaintiff by a jury was excessive out not based on pre judice or passion The defendants are Lorenzo E Woodhouse Burlington and New York banker and bis wife and fate were unknown since 4 a in yesterday was found this after noon at Village Point Vancouver Island a wreck but with all on board Word of the discovery of the Tuscan Prince for which dozens of craft have been searching since she we are going to drown was received cutter Snohomtsh The Shoho misb took oft 14 of the crew of 48 and foto remove the others in the mor A large steamer said to be a Jap Anose steamer driven ashoro near tho north entrance of Barcloy sound at ilrat believed to be the wreck of tho Prince was late today par re Nika burned off tmatila reef yes terday The Santa Jlita which upoa the rocks near Carmanah Light on the west side of Vancouver Island was believed to be still afloat although expected to be a total loss Her crew with a few tents camped in dispatches from the luhospitaolo coast in that vl cinlty The tug Sea Monarch was ex pected to take them up today Hope To Save Cooloha The motorship CoolcBn with two of hor oaicera aboard was clinging to tho rocks at Albert Head near Vic toria her owners hoping that sho might yet be gotten oft or that at Decide To Continue Fair Another Week Antietam Council No SS Junior Or der United American Mechanics met last night at their hall in Funkstowa and made preparations to contiauo their fair now In progress in their hall until Saturday February 24 ex copting Wednesday and Thursday nights of that week Tha hall is beau tifully decorated and is the scene of large crowds nightly Many useful articles including a Vlctrola table chairs etc will be awarded SCOUTS GIVE TO CHEST Pino Tree Troop of Girl Scoute MJaa SclUaddl captain voted to the Community Chost The Scouts will earn this pledge during tlie summer least hor machinery might be saved months sad In Yard His Home By Associated Press Los Angeles Feb Reming ton wealthy electrical engineer found dead irora gunshot wounds ia the yard of his home early today had lived In fea of deata for the past week ac cording to his wife who was so pros trated with grief tHat she could not be interviewed xiatii late today That Remington was slain by some 5ne having a grudge against hin is the opinion expressed by officers in charge of investigation The oSlcers pointed to the fact that Remington was slot twice with a shotgun both charges passing through a leather brief case 9Had with papers with which they said he attempted to pro tect himself A continuation of the cold 3 predicted for today The thermo i ineier vas slated for a drop to 5 fie svrees early this a ten to go higher during ihe day Yesierday liula warmer thau Thursday the coldest clay oJ the vn cer The mercury was unable to rise above 27 degrees yesterday four degrees higher than on Thursday A j temperature of 11 degrees was rej ported here ar sunrise yesterday morai ing j O Whether clear or cloudy weather predominate today J A Miller j official forecaster for the 1 Keedysvllle district vras unable to j say last night It it is cloudy the j mercury go higher than if clear weather prevails hestated i The cold vrave enveloped the State j yesterday though in some sections the temperature was slightly above j that of Thursday This was due to i More Than Twenty Shots Exchanged Escape With S9400 York Ft hank itben Jolinon 5s and Buk OS were wounded roJuy in a pistol vlth btin SISTER CECILIA uiab Ui JL iiuiauAr j is cio iCjl tff T the fact that the high winds had died J O XI C S down after doing considerable minor From Wash damage At Frostburg where Thurs day the mercury dropped to one de gree below the zero point the temper ature was five above zero At Cum berland the temperaturewas 10 de grees above that of Thursday it hovered slightly above the zero Jewtraiv Ties Ice Skating Record By Associated Press St John New Feb Charles Jewtraw Lake Placid N Y equalled Joe Moores world record of S7 25 seconds in winning the 440yard ereiit la tae international skating oasliip today on Lily lake Woman Golf Champ Wins In Florida By Associated Press West Palm Beacli Fla Feb Miss Glenaa Collett of Providence R I national woman golf champion won the midwinter womens golf tour nament here today defeating Miss Dorothy Klotz o Chicago S up and 7 to go Miss Mary Miller o tlie Marinello is ill at her home on Mitchell avenue Grand Jury Likely Will Report Today The Grand Jury for the Febru ary term Court will ia all probability comploto its work tMa morning and report to the Court The Grand Jury it is under stood has thoroughly investi gated tho charge made that pri soners in the Washington ty Jail securod li mm i TO BEGIN IE1 IN FEDERAL PEN ington Klan roll More than i changed The inessviigiri released their hold on the valise only after of blood The pair employed by the Hudson street branch of the Pacific Bank i were carrying the money to the j of Seeman Brothers brokers a shore distance avay they con fronted by the bandits who clashed from a hallway ana opened Sre I Johnson a former passed the valise to his companion and retura the the lire peppering the bandits with bullets until he fell rith a vrouad in the nee Buck held his ground lux til a bullet pierced his right shoulder land forced hlra to drop ihe bag i The holdup men snatched the bag i jumped Into an automobile and 3eI Convicted Of BeingImpli cated In Chicago Mail Robbery By Associated Press New York Feb 16 VicenzoCos Frederick Feb Attorj iiey Aaron R Anders and Slisrif James A Jones o Frederick Cotintr returned here today from a futile i search of houses ia the district la i Baltimore where Sister Mary Cecilia j music teacher at the Notre Dame Ac adenry here says she was lield captive for several hours after being abducted I from the Convent Monday 4 i Sister Cecilia vaa Insuch an imjArreSt Of John Derby Maj proved condition today that ic was j felt it will be unnecessary to aave I her removed to a Catholic sanltorJuni in Baltimore la faS authorities i assert Sister Cecilia expects to be able the Pol Uras house sometime between UOJT and i Wednesday K K K Enters Story ciarxo who convicted with Big Solve New York Mster Yon Feb 15 Jon F a Mrs Irene ScaoeilKopf of Bntfalo of ewels a3 she was tear rv rv rv o r T i ijt Ins a irtldnight watca party at tha Saenrf Joaes todav reoeived a posti 6 f 4T t anartineat of rraan Barrett Carmati rd signed Knights or Ku TT L 3 actorartist fif Tim Turphy of conspiracy ia con nection with tha Chicago mail robbery in April 1921 and who wasj found Sunday in the steerage o an j Italian liner after he had beea missing for nins months today waived remov al proceedings before Faderal Com missioner Hitchcock He will be taken to Chicago tomor row and thence to Leaven worth to serve a fouryear sentence imposed upoa him when he was convicted Cosnmnos wife who was found him was allowed to go free ca Klan of Washington The message on the carI reud Continued On Page He is years oU Detectives i dared his arrest meant solutloa of The jewel mystery REPORT IS DENIED By Associated Press Rio de Janeiro Feb Japs nese legation liera says the report in a XBW York newspaper of an agreement under which 500000 Japanese would coma to Brazil for colonization pur pose la entirely without foundation No project of such a nature was ever proposed by cither country It clared de OFFICES IN DUBLIN BLOWN UP SEVERAL ARE INJURED By Associated Press members tonight forwarded Dublin Feb land comaiia Free State leaders and the heads oC slon offices and the government sa the Republican movement proposal for tlonery office in Dublin were blown upa truce of a month to permit this evening submission o peace negotiations The mine which caused the vxvloj sion was thrust through a window by two men who were observed but ATTENTION I made their escape Several persons j wore Injured by the detonation An j ambulance man was hurt by a fallj ing ibeaui whllo searching tho ruins of j tho building for Injured persons Seeking A Truce Bubtln Feb Association or Neutral members of tho Irish Tle publlcau army representing 20000 There will be a meeting of Republicans at the office of M Tenney on Wednesday Feb 21 at 730 P M for the purpose of setting a date for the Municipal Primaries All Republicans are urged to be present REPUBLICAN CITY COM   

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