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   Trenton Evening Times (Newspaper) - September 3, 1921, Trenton, New Jersey                               Complete Wire Reports of the Associated Press United Press International News Service VOL. 209. LAST EDITION Entered tecond class matter the at Trenton. N. J.. under, tbe act of 3. J., Saturday, Sop tern ho r 1921 b_ a Carrier SHERIFF MOVES TO RESTORE RESPECT FOR LAW HERE Miners Battling To MEN ARE FACING DEFENDERS Rsport Federal Soldiers 10 Miles From Border As Fight Rages AT LEAST 57 DEAD IN NINE-DAY STRtKt fUhlted Press) LOGAN, W. Va., Sept. fierce battles today are being waged r on the slopes of Blair Mountain and along Beech Creek in the Crooked Creek section.. The miners were reported attack- Ing with a force estimated at men. Leaders of the Logan defense arrny believed, it to be the final "des- perate attempt by the miners to take the county, seat. Definite information on the num- ber of casualties could not be ob- tained, but air scouts reported many: miners killed by the rifle and- ma- chine gun fire laid down upon them. Sheriff Chafln sent back a report there had been- no casualties in his forces. Federal troops had not arrived and officials expressed fear the defenders could not bold out against the mm- attack. r Logan Before nqfeMfe-n. SUMMON HEADS OF TOWNSHIP IN FEVtR EPIDEMIC Mutt Explain to Health Beard Alleged Failure to Enforce Sanitary Code (United Press) .MADISONl W. Va., Sept -The. crisis in the mine war has passed; military headquarters here believed today. Three hundred troops hare reached Sharpies, 10 miles back Qf the Logan war border, it was stated. The military officers here said they believed the miners will.quit without firing another shot when they get sight of the soldiers. (United CHARLESTON, W, Va., Sept. Federal troops were on the battle front along the Logan '.County border today. Detachments from Camp Dix, N. J., have taken up their headquarters at Logan, -while troops from Camp Sherman, Ohio, and Fort Thomas, Ky., were at Blair and Clothier, on t (Continued on Page Three.) WOMAN WELDER NOT DIZZY 300 FEET UP And now Congress has joined the army of the unemployed. We all wanted Congress to go to work, and finally they went to work and recessed.. And while other' Europeans went to America, the Germans went to work. Members of Congress have only taken about a month off. perhaps, that half a loaf is better than none. If that worth of hootch is poured down New York City's sewers, how can New- Yorkers brag of their WATI3B front? (AssocliUd KINGSTON, N. T., Sept. who .have been gazing curiously at work on a suspension bridge 300 feet above Rondout Creek were amazed to learn that a blonde wprkeV-.in overalls, who had been welding cables, is a widow, 31 y'ears old. with two chil- dren, who. is earning a day. She is Mrs. Catherine Nelson, of Jersey City. When her husband died, she tried working as a stewardess, on en ocean liner, but found the pay too small and so got a job in a machine shop. When the bridge .contractors flsked a company, in Jers'ey City for its best welder, she was sent to Kingston. She says- she is never afraid or dizzy, never had an accident and never rejected a task because of the danger. She hopes to take her, children home to Denmark for Christ- mas, then BgiUn. return and don overalls TWO KILLED IN STORM (Associated Press) WASHINGTON, Sept. 3. lek S. Houseman. 26, and Miss Leonia Shepherd, 19, were killed yesterday when they sought r.efuge from a thunder storm beneath a tree near the House grounds. House- man, a veteran from the Twenty- ninth Division, was engaged to Miss Shepherd. And Ihey Said J A Times -e.porter asked five j If they thought the City Commission should continue the Sunday afternoon concerts! during the having them in some large hall, or the I Armory. i THE ANSWERS Albert C. Seabridge, shipping clerk, 242 East State I believe Ihey should. The city might as well spend the money that way as any RAILROADER KILLED AS DERRICK BREAKS Section Hand's Skull Frac- tured While Loading Heavy Frog pn Freight Car Raphael Capesso, -SO years old, of 755 Roebling Avenue, a Pennsylvania Railroad .section .hand, was. killed shortly before noon today while working .on the near North Cook Avenue. Gapeaao was   been alleged that some of thq workers in the Pro- hibition Headquarters for New York have been guilty of irregu- larities and these allegations now being sifted, Blair said. Eleven Are Hurt In Auto Bus Accident New York, Sept 3 Eleven persons were injured, two seriously, in ah automobile bus accident near Richmond Hill, Long Island, today. Find Plot To Overthrow Russian Soviet Copenhagen, Sept 3 A plot to overthrow the Russian Soviet Government and murder the Bolshevist leaders has been discovered in Petrograd, according to a dispatch to the newspaper Politiken today. U. S. Asks That Mandates Be Amended Geneva, Sept. 3 The United States has made pro- i ppsals to the Allies for amendments to the various mandates i arranged at Versailles. Representatives of the Allied Govern- ments at the League of Nations Council today informed the Council a note had been received from Washington pro- i posing changes. The text was not given out Score Hurt When Train Leaves Tracks Coshocton, Ohio, Sept. 3 More than a score of persons were reported injured, some stiiously, when vania passenger train No. 34, eastbound from was j wrecked near here early today. The injured were brought to a hospital None will die, it was reported. Six coaches left the tracks, according to reports. Spreading rails are I blamed. Colleagues Assign Harrison to Keep Senator Lodge "Up 3 By Mark Sullivan, National Political Correspondent of the Trenton Times. FIVE BURNED TO DEATH AS BLAZE i CUTS TENEMENT i Two Others Severely In i jured and Many Narrowly i Escape-Firebug Blamed BOY SAVES MOTHER AS FATHER PERISHES (United NEW YORK, Sept. per- son perished, probably victims of a fire-bug, when oil-fed flames swept through a First Avenue tenement building early today. Two others were severely injured, and members of eight families narrowly escaped with their lives. Evidence found by the fire-fighters and police proved, they the -was incendiary. The dead are: Mr. and Mrs. Vin- cent Calalano, their son and daughter and Bernard De Lucca.. The rapidity with which the flames sped through the .wooden building trapped the victims without a chance of escape. The bodies of Mrs. Cal- alano and her qon were found, in a position showing: they, had been fight- ing their way to a window to jump when they were overcome. Fred De Lucca, fought to save mother from the flames, and, after dragging her to safety, jumped-from a window, when his night clothing caught fire. He struck a cornice of the building- and turned a somersault, striking on his head.. He was taken to the hospital, -where, after he had been bandaged and put to bed, he learned of the fate- of his father, j Fearless Public Official Sheriff Walter Firth SUNDAY MOVIES DOOMED Firth Decides to Act When La Barre Ignores Duty STATEMENT SAYS LAW IS SUPREME SUNDAY MOVIE PAY Demand. Double Rate Thea- tres Willing to Pay Time and Half .Members of the musicians' union at a meeting last niwht .demanded time pay for playincr -at Sun- clay movies. This price. they has been stipulated arid they, do -riot i intend to agree to another! Man-'i Offers of the. however, want to pay the musicians time .arid time., according to members of 'he'! union. u' j The double time pay was aereed and arrest all the. violators. upon-by. the musicians, pa v. 'as statement follows: proper compensation for such .work. Sundays; about a -year ago. This action1 was taken 'in anticipation of 'Sunday movies. However, the m'u' Sh'-r-iff. -Walter Firth, .as chief peace officer of' Mercer. County, will end 'he ret'crr of open Sunday.law? Ir-fS countenanced by Director of Wir; Saf'-r-y .La Barrf in this city, ami will nvore orderly, government tomorrow .by Closing the moving pic- turn t.h-pa'irr-s- it' ihoy'. undertake'. to again violate th? criminal laws. After conferrinc with County- Counsel Brace this afternoon. Sheriff Firth issued a w-acnihg1 tq 'the thea- tre owners manners that. long as the law of the-State makes it.'a crime .to open their.- places of business on. .Sunday, tljey, must obey the. law. If any further attempt at violation .Is -marie. Sheriff Firth, with his deputies, wi.ll-go. to the theatres His FIRTH'S STAND FOR LAW. "The issue lias been clearly (United. SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. Two officers and nine men in a life boat from the steamer Canadian Importer were picked up at sea today by the tug Sea Lion, .according to advices received by the Marine Department of t'he San Francisco Chamber of Commerce today. The men are those who put off from the Importer two weeks ago .today and attempted to row 600 miles to the California Coast in search of help for their steamer which was disabled, waterlogged and helpless. All- men were reported by the Sea Lion as in good health and little the worse; off for their expert- say ence. The :message failed to where the boat was found. The Canadian Importer was, last other. Fred Bahlinger, clerk, Monument surely. People like music and Sunday afternoons during the winter season would be a good, time for concerts such as are given at Cadwalader Park in the summer ttme." y- James Brian, State House "People like music, good music, Sun- days as well as other days and there Is no reason that I caft see why the municipal concerts should be discon- tinued." Charles W. L. Fleck, special rep- resentative, Philadelphia "Well I that Trenton is having Sunday tnovies, so Why not have the concerts continued during the winter that you ttay are popular at a park during the summertime. There surely could be no objection to them and I believe that Trentonians would appreciate the programs." E- Snyder, paperhanger, 569 "I believe th. Prince Albert, whose .principality, which includes Monaco, L.a Cohda- mine and Monte Carlo, has inhabitants, 200 police and a million. and a half visitors each year, has son, Prince Louis, born in 1870. He has twice married, once to an English duchess, once to a French woman; FOUR MORE ARREStED IN DEATH BAND RAIDS (International News Service) DETROIT, Sept. infor- mation that four Italians, arrested by the Black Hand squad here last Sat- urday and held for Investigation, are wanted in New York in oonnection with wholesale Italian murders in that city, has been received by police. One of them, Joseph Alas, alias Joe Napoli, is wanted by New York au- thorities for the murder of Rosarip Biganti in New York June 27. 1919i The other three prisoners are Sam Russo, Vito Di Manco and Thomas Esposito, alias Joe Scott, alias Q-uat Tlsco. All are said to be men named by Bertolo Fontano, confessed Catn- orra, who revealed the workings of the secret band when arrested about wo weeks ago. MOTORIST PAYS Louis Smith, of Union Street, .who figured in an 'automobile crash at State and Willow1 was arraigned before Police Justice Oertghty today In the Second Pre- reported by the steamer Canadian Ob- server -which was standing by her as about 600 rmle.s off the Northern California Coast. MOTbR AND WAGON FIGURE IN COLLISION WASHINGTON, Sept. Pat Harrison, of Mississippi is the Democrat who is going .to .lead the fight, so far as his party is con- cerned, .for public sessions of the coming conference for the limitation of armaments. Senator Harrison is the light-horse cavalry of the Demo- crats in the Senate. He plays Stone- wall Jackson to Senator Uriderwood'9 Robert E. In a rather unusually serious Sen- ate, there is nothing more enter- taining than the smiling and ingra- tiating urbanity with which Senator Harrison rises at every opportunity to make a guerilla raid across the aisle into the Republican lines and make a little ammunition to store away in ihe Congressional Record against thf time, nex't summer, when his party will be fighting to regain control of Congress. Once In a while something- the Senate is doing reaches. down to some deep convic- tion in Senator Harrison's breast.' On such an occasion he will fight with as much earnestness as a Mis- sissippi bearcat. But for the most part he waits for a time when Sen- ator Lodge, or some other Repub- lican leader, has his bark t'o the wall j on a party', issue, or something that can be made a party issue. Then Senator Harrison unfolds the length of his lean figure from the depths of his Senate chair and, with a smile that is like a rippling wavp on his agreeable countenance, pro-I cpeds to throw knives' that almost j trim' the whiskers of'his pinioned I Tension victim. He does it all- with -a gentle j irony, with a m'ock 'sympathy and an elaborateness of conside'ration for his opponent such that the gal- lery has come to smile pleased. expectation whenever the Mississippi Senator arises. Dt coarse, Senator Lodge might havq made a safe escape from Sen- ator Harrison's making a Democratic issue of publicity for the Coming conference, by saying that while he Throwing off the he eluded attendants and dashed from the hospital back to the blazing emeiit, where he disappeared into the Barnes. He was later rescued. GERMAN POLITICAL IS drawn as to whether the picture interests of this city can openly and defiantly violate and' StatC' AKKtjl tU .FOR ALLEGED FRAVD Between Berlin and Munich Eased by Get- Together Conferences (International News HKKLJN, Kept. violent po- litical storm that was unloosed by the assassination of'.Dr. Mathins Erz- berger a week ago is subsiding at last could 'not tell yet jUst what degree j and the Wirth Government heaved a of ope.iness it-would be possible to; Kiffl' of relief today, satisfied that one achieve, he could undertake to gnar-I nt tlie frravest; crises of Us career has. ante.e that it would be more open I blnwn over. than' Mr. Wilson's Paris'conference en tlie situation was most But Senator- Lodge -is not the k4nd i the government evinced' of a man who makes that pi- i A -splnt of. "Eive_and and after Sept. head chemist, and Victor Marmonier, assistant'chemist, of the Lyons Piece Dye. Works, and Fifth Avenue, Pateryon. were arrested, yes- .terday on rharces M crinspira.cy to cheat and- defraud and' of receiving bribes in- connection with the 'al- leged .theft .of worth' of chemical dyestuff.s' purchased through .them -1'f.r thf- company. Wilfiam A. Christmas, a Brooklyn' chemical dcajor, who gave his. ad- dress as i.juini-y. Street. FJrook- lyn, and nt whom th" were An autoiirobile operated by John 3. Kennedy, of 161 Penningtoh Avenue, and a horse-drawn vehicle driven. by Raymond Stewart, of Kwing Station, figured in 'a collision at Brunswick Avenue and Spruce Street last night. No one was hurt. A wheel was knocked from the wagon, but no damage was done to the Stewart's sister, Mrs. L. C. Long- street, and her children, Mildred, 5 years old, and Harry, 3 years old, were riding with him. DR. G. F, HARKER IN CRITICAL CONDITION Dr. G. F. Harker. of 566 Perry Street, inspector, is criti- cally ill at his home today. Dr. Harker is a victim of typhoid fever, having become Infected, it is bellevd, at the Jacobstown harvest home. Last evening Dr. Harker was in such a serious condition that three physi- cians, -Drs. Belting, Fell and Atkinson, were in attendance. GREEKS ADVANCING (Associated Press) ATHENS, Sept. forces continue t-heii% advance toward the Turkish Nationalists and have bcdu- pied a, number of fortified positions near the Sakara River, said an offi- cial statement issued., here. In their march toward the east, the have taken strongly fortified lines In which the developed Into hand-to-hand struggles. i WORKMAN BURNED answer. If he Senator Harri- son wouldn't seek so many occa- sions t'o have.fun with him.-. Senator Lodge fnacle an elaborate and serious reply, and to a targe extent a pood reply. He said, in the first place, that the me'thod of procedure is. 'frtr the conference itself to determine af- ter it' assembles, and that it isn't Courteous for the United States Sen-, ate to try to.forestall'it. Iir.the sec- ond place; he said'that a Senate Ap- propriation Bill, providing for the ex- penses of the conference, ought to (Continued on Page Three.) cQnfere.nces compromise with was animated party leaden a finally effected. The tension between Berlin and Munich also, has b'een eased by get- tosether'cnnferencps.- Bavaria, which was incensed over the ''autocratic" measures .of the Wirth' Ooverriment we.re linked to the .militaristic orders nf the. Kaiserist dtvyn, has apreed to enforce for a -fortnis-ht the. suppression of the Miesbncher Seituns-. That newspaper had vio- i Grand Jury, lently-'assailed the Central Orm'an had assisted Government. RENTS BOOSTED FOR EX-KAISER AT DOORN; ARMAMENT MISSIONS DENY ESCAPE STORY AVTO DAMAGED WHEN HIT BY FIRE ENGINE largest piece dye i-.nrii.'erns in the country, il'armoniop and H'.'llf- were os'Pr -Krjinee 'by Dr- 'Brnesl president Of the company, several years ami placed in chare-e of t'he chemical partment. 'When the throe were arraigned before Mecnrder Shkvu k H) had confessed .to the eons-pi, .u-y. Belle arid" ..M.innoniBi- wt-iv ri bail, r-ni'h 'for .action ihe and the in' the ease, was released on. own recognizance. (United Proas) -WASHINGTON, Sept. local law against rent profiteering may be invoked by Federal officials to foil real estate agents who are preparing to reap small fortunes "from delegates to the disarmament conference. One embassy here, seeking quarters for its disarmament delegation, was by a house owner who offered to rent'a house, at a month which he recently offered for sale at HEAT TO CONTINUE While responding to an alarm at South Warren and Factory Str'cfts thi.-i morning, the tractor ofVirr Kn-- einp f'oinpiiny' No. 2. operated by .John Brown, r-rnshi-d into an auto'- rnodilt' nwne'd by Oeorg-e Volpp. of 19S IV'nnin-ffton Avenue, whjr-h was Psiris dispatches yesterday quoted Parked. on Fnrtory Street. O.'np of the newspaper Ij'Intransigeant as re- j thn wheels on Volpp'a machine was portitfg: the former Herman Kmpcror i and a tire damapp.d. The (Jntern.itlonnl News Set-vim') TJIK HAGUE, Sept. Ex- Kaiser is still in his at Doom, the International Xews Service was authoritatively informed to'day. had escaped from his exile in Hoi- presumably for a coup to re- Bain -his throne, SUSPECT IS HELD Fred Morrison, 49 years old, of 314 Beechwood Avenue, employed by the nice Roufing Company, was seriously burned about the head and body shortly before noon today, when a bucket of hot tar was accidentally on him while working on a Corner. The temperature at noon -today Jtichland. Ga., is beinc held at. the stood at 72 degrees and was steadily Second Precinct Station until the rising, with the' humidity keeping Georgia authorities communicate, with collision occurred Brown at- tempted to drive the heavy trartor through a, space" between the Volpp machine ;ind another car parked on the opposite side'of the street. The fire was in the blacksmith shop of William M. C'rosslp.y, 20 Lambprton 'Arrested here ypsterdav by Street. The origin is- Unknown. Ac- tive. Heher on suspicion of a cording, to Chief McUill. who fugitive from justice.'George Laster, j answered the', alarm with Assistant 52 years a negro.' formerly of K'hie.f Ford and the. district apparatus, the dan-ing'; was trifling. Traffic Roundsman Thlel, Patrol- men Sandhoff, Cleary and Krause and Motorcycle Policeman Conners dispatched to the fire. HAITIANS FIGHT POLICE DENY LENIN E TO QUIT pace, according to G. Harold Chief Dettmar. Police say there has of the United States Weather Bureau been a report in circulation here that here. The temperature, at the same murdered a man in Richland, time yesterday was 68 and the humid- taken into custody, police say, ity was lower. admitted shooting a man there! According to Mr. Noyes, no. relief five years ago, but said it was in self-, fr6m the heat wave is In sight, In- 'defence. The man was only slightly i dicntions are that there will be show- injured rvnd taster, wns fined for the I Press) ers this evening and tomorrow. offejsse. be declares, I HAVANA, Sept. among i Haitiaps on the Island of Xiquf'ro re- sulted in the dispatch today of two Cuban warships to the scene. Three hundred workers on the sugar plant- ations claim they have not-been paid, 5_nd nave refused the Cuban govern Lively humor including a full page of Barney Google and a Ring Lardner vacation yarn. Read Tomorrow's Times-Advertiser For Opinion Ftfr and Against Bobbed Haired girls is evenly divided. Urges Organized Labor to strive for members. Groups of Trenton Women Who Kept Popular Shops. "The Pastsnger 'Whom No One Saw" An absorbing short story by Beatrice Grimshaw. Is Undergoing Another Periodic Revival ment's offer of transportation home One has been killed and several wounded in battles with the police FEED RUSSIAN CHILDREN MOSCOW, fcedinR of nussian children asaemhlpd from the famine-striken areas was started by first group of AniPrfcan relief workers" here today. I sicians will' play tomorrow and the wage proposition if not settled' pre- viously, will be 'a- matter for dis- cussion-at a meeting of the union, a week from tomorrow. They point out that the theatres, are charging the i_ i n, increased holiday admission prices wnole affair nas been squarely for shows, j put up to me as the chief peace of this cbimty and it is 'beyond question my duty to act dig- per- sonally I.favor a decent liberali- zation of the'Sabbath, I nave no alternative under the stances. I ask the owners managers of the various motion Picture houses to comply-' with the law and remain closed to- morrow and on future Sundays unless the laws are properly orderly changed; othei wise I will in my official capacity take purchased, was arrested- on the -on-I'tile PrOper Steps to enforce their splracy cha'rg': and'also-on'a charge Closing. ''rihPS That is the very course that City The- Lyons Company is one of the Counsel Bird -advised should be fol- N6wed by. the city's po.Hce depart- rnenr. but La Harre took the law into his, own. h.mds and brazenly declared while- he had ample authority .to prevent, the-violations, he would not exercise that authority. SHKUIFK IP ACTING- :ff t.his amazinc- contempt for 'he the .part of a his-hly sal-' enforcement officer De- of. Puhiio'.Sa'fet-y costs the taxpnye.rs nearly ;i million dollars a year) thut led the Anti-Sunday Movie C'-.m'mitt-oe to the' aid of the 'authorities. To have permitted, a continuance hieh-haniled defiance, 'iiv'i.-n duty hy Ua Barre.and the po- would .have led to a condition thnn anarchy, in the opinion of 'i< rif-r.-U Murray, and so recourse was to county nui.horitips. Oir-rtor l.a. "liiirre is out of the "ity. having returned to his Mana- S'tuan .iSearli last evening. I-'ntPkly admit ting- th.it he'will not the power vftsted in him to Sunday hno.vi.os.: Rarre 'has iindertaki'U to read a' lecture to Su- prf-'mp fijurt- Juytiyj Trenchard re- parding his duty. Stung by .criticism of. his own open lawlessness. La th.nt Justi-.-p Trenchar-1 f-annot t'lk" anv Grand Jury stand against .Sunday movie violations withniit t.ik-ir.? -T strind acruinst the nnia Companv .iTVl tin- Trer.'on- ,t Mcn.-el- And Lhere you As usual, when he attempts to quote law, LaBarre seems to wrong. Specific provision ii made for the operation of public necessities on Sundays and rail- roads and trolleys have lonf since been declared public neces- sities. "H- flp.irly the law tn ni'Wini r'ic.fircs as WHS done in Tivnt'Ui last S'.p.day aiVl it is up to tho-sheriif see thai the law is re- dt-clartv! ('o-unty Sheriff !-'irth. has a. most Mfc- erar personal attitude towards s-qmc Sunday recreations, is in (Continued on Page Three.) Weather Forecast Partly Cloudy, Showers. MISSING WOMEN FOUND ERIE, Stf-rn and her .flati.p, Swissvale, Pn who lost on K li.-ifk to' fshwrcwooil' horp.- late yestc-r'lny si.in.-li 'a owners that covered .-i -Mrs. Ic-h.- cr, I-ia r, -I The' tiarf lo-sf after losing sight1 of they said on. their wood. ELOPER'S WIFE SUES hn Vt-Tnooy -1 i sa JOM i n Mrs. V- djvur- Fnrl Vornonv, ruimintr -An- to -he win i 'h a ficpan an :.rr hushanfl. -n-'iileltty and of Clark of TirllfP fl Sf rviriM T1-" Snviot wh.ioh hurt hpeti Xicnlai LMiintv rr-inicr. is willing -to to the Tiitriarch si-nw. and' form a try "f communists anJ left. CANDIDATES MAY YET FILE pf ;il the tions t [v- -.la for constable, Justice of i .-n--' cir county committeoman iTitnary (flection until 'i-iy. to file nominating peti- ith tjhp clerk of their rcippo- PASSES TROLLEY, FINED Cloudy   

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