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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 26, 1921, Dunkirk, New York                                VOL. CIV. SIXTEEN PAGES f Tin Cloudy tonl Friday unsettl Probably DUNKIRK, N. Y., THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1921 SCHULTZ'S PARENTS SWEAR HE BED AT TIME OF THE NELSON MURDER PRESIDENT HAS LEADING BANKERS AS HIS GUESTS Revival of Export Trade and Intire Financial Policy of the U. S. Were )iects of Discussifrn. Subjt Washington, May group ol flie nation's financial leaders discuss cd the revival of export trade and the entire financial policy ot the govern ment toward foreign loans at a dinner given by President Harding in the "White House last night It was learn- ed today. Secretary ot the Treasury Mellon and Secretary of Commerce Hoover also attended the dinner. The guests were: J. P. Morgan, James A. Alex- ander, Paul "Warburg, Charles A. Sa- bin, C. R Mitchell, Kent, all New York bankers, Governor I3enja win Strong, of the N'cw York federal reserve bunk and H. C. MeEIdowney of Pittsburgh. The President chose this particu- lar time for the conference, appar- ently because of the imnendlug loans which are to be floated in this coun- try. The cabinet has given serious con- sideration to the problems involved in these loans at and is especially anxious to insure that loans made to foreign, individuals or governments be applied strictly to tho purchase of commodities in-the Un- ited Stateg or in the refunding of out- standing debts. The hankers are understood to have Sudden Switch In the Market Gives Them Unlocked for Op- portunity to Sell at a Profit. WHAT IT WILL DO Chicago, May are Imv ing their Inning in tho Brain market. The fprmer, with elevators filled with grain, pocketed n neat profit and graL speculators squeezed when Maj wheat went fo fl.5G on tho Chicago board of trade jtsterdny. Many of tho speculators soli wheat promising to deliver to eastern exportcjs. Reports of the con- tinued drouth In tho southwest sent the price of wheat to a new high for tbe rcar and in oitler to cover operators lad to buy at high prices from farra- that the surest way of fur- Board of trade operators are citing Bering the export trade is In helping their unhappy plight to bear out their Europe out of her financial difficul-jcnntentlon that legislation (o regulate ties so she will be In ji position consume American products on arger scale. Tho dinner t0 tho board of tryiie is not economically a'fjOund and that prices are regulated by I the law of supply and demand. ended, it was under- stood with warm assurances of sup- port from theJtankers and a cordial I hvitatlon by tho president for aid inancial leaders in reluming to nor- malcy. Condemned Murderer Overpowered Guard! Escaped From Jail "Woodstock, Ont., May Nor- man Garfield, sentenced to hang ,lune 2, for murder, overpowered his guard at tho Woodstock jail, seized his keys, locked" him in the cell and'un- locked the outer jail doors and mlng- Jing with the crowds leaving tho basc- "foa.Il game, made good his escape. I Jn 1913 Garfield was sentenced to three years for robhery at Portage la Man, ami a tew months la er escaped from stony Mountain pen itentiary. In 1914 In the name of Wi Ham Reed he was sentenced to from flvo to fifteen years in Washington state prison for a Silokane. New York, May fol- lowing is tho latest contribution from tho United 1'rosa coires--f at Suranuo Lake; Tho rum runnors hid several ot Canadian third rail in n field near Mcliolville they started something. A mild-eyed liolsteln pastured in the field sniffed around, broke a bottle, took a couple of hookers and theu surrounded the entire outlay, Some hours later when the fur-" mer arrived to drive home tho 1 lowing kino he was met by u, H tornado. Tho pride of tho farm H chased him nil over the field and H then started on a straight Hue i for Canada, where sho would not -f be hampered by the Volstead act. Before being laid low by a -f- riflo bullet bossy dcmollslicd -f t several fences and struck, terror -f -f to the Leans of tho entire dls- -f trict. II IS TO BE leportetl In Washington the Pres- ident Has Made the Tender and Name Will Soon Go To Senate. LAST IS DEFEATED AT HOYUKE TODAY Fred J. Wright Survived the Tor. rific Golf Battle Until the Sixth Round. Hoylnke, liny America's hope or the British amateur champlonuhlp lol in tho slxiii round hero this lornlng when Fred J. Wright, last United States survivor, wns defeated! y Bernard Darwin. DEFENSE HAS INNINGS TODAY ATMAYVILLE Jordan and Detectives Swear They Heard Prisoner Mention Quandt's Name-Kuj'awa Not On Stand. (13y a Stuff CoriT.spondent) Muyvllle, May cause at the people ngnlnst Steven, nllus Coxey They fought a terrific bnttlo being' on trial fin' hlK llfo In conncc- quaro at tlio eighteenth hole. Th Jrltlsher won tho extra hole. Darwin took a five on tho nlnc- oonth holo nnd Wright woa comiioll- d to tako six. Tho tension ot tho ith tho murder of Ollicer Geoigo T. XulbQn v. la tiowed at U o'clock this morning. Schultz's nlloiney, M. L. none, Im- layers was shown In tho score requeued tho court to dlu- 10 extra hole. Ordinarily Darwin miss thu caws which motion win over- ruled. Tlio taking of tho testimony for the mnko It In par four. Wright got' away well and had Dar- in ono down nt tho sl.ith holo. tlio American hopo gone, tho rltlsh started a battlo of their T tho title. W. I. Hunter beat E. Holderncss up and to go. II. S. 13. Tubhs, eliminated J. cddard y up and to go. iirnamcnt to dnto. his raa- Ino Ilko swing, Wright outdrove his Trouble Starts In City's Streets As a Result of the Recent Elec- Troops Brought In. Cigarette Famine Is Threatening England Factories Forced To Suspend Through Lack of Coal and Stock On Hand Is Rapidly Dwindling. By ED. L. KEEN fUnllcd Proso Staff Correspondent) London, May tlueatened cig- arette famine today biought closer n settlement of the British coal strike. Tobacco fact' ries with large stores of manufactured goods and with fair supplies, of fuel, thus far have managed to operate. Within the last -neck, how- ever, thesp supplies have been deplctd so far that issud i tureis. Our factories Atlantic. Passengers- of that big Cunarder and of other big dilaycrl-Iinera took the postponement gcod naturedly. A few who were especially anxious fo start hurriedly looked up other accommoda- tion on oil burning liners or conti- nental vessels. A demand arose today that Sir Kric-Geddea be placed In charge of coal negotiations. Arguments Jn hi.s support were that official warning was i be succeeded 'n maintaining pence with Dublin, Hay tlio smould- ering and blackened ruins the cus- toms house here under heavy guard, soldiers and police searched tho tie- bris for additional victims today. Tho number of dead resulting from the] most spectacular effort of the Sinn Felners since tho 191C rebellion was placed unofficially at ten. It was be- lieved a number of additional Sinn Folners, their escape cut off by black and tan police, who responded to the emergency call after the rebels liad "Ired the building, perished In the lames. Tho size of tho hand which descend, id upon the beautiful building lll.o ocnsts was indicated by tho fact that ill arrests were made over 150 were Harding has decided to appoint YTIl- Iniu Howard Tnrt to the high office f chief Justice of the. supremo court opponent, by yards and was thico up as successor to tho lato Edward Douglass White, It was learned hero Behultli'H father and mother, weio on Iho sti'inl before Ihu noon le- ce.su. Bolii tusiiili'd that their son was at home on Hm night of tho murder, l-'ioni Iho outlook, tho de- nse, wiil bo finished Uilu afternoon Allan Graham won from F. C. llnrrl-'or 'onionow nioinlng'a si-salon of ill '2 up and 1 to go. [court. AH staled by Attoiney Howe, Tho last American went down dcfemic has no ilcfenso to offer tor tho most thrilling buttle- ut tlio ol11 fashioned one loday on the highest authority. Contrary to previous expectations that the big appointment would not bo made until shortly before the op- ening ot Iho new term ot tho supreme court ne.vt October, tho nomination ot Taft may go to the senate within a week or ton dajs. lu this event should tho senate act promptly on confirmation the now chlei justice might tako his seat on Juno the last day of the present term. It wns learned that the white house within tho latt few days had asked Washington friends of tho former irosldent to ascertain whether ho would accept the appointment. Tho reply has como back that he would Tho president Is understood to havo been ot the opinion for sometime that Taft was the outstanding man for a position on tiio biipremo court. Only some entirely unexpected happening wlll prevent tlio appointment now iti was learned, ana the president ifl 8al ho deslrlous of filling tho high of flee as soon as possible. Tatt's nomination will bo confirm ed promptly by tho senate, accord I niul has but lour to cull. tho turn, Tho Ilnul wllncoM for thn peoplo was On tho return tiln Darwin A- ulio testllled tlml cd Ills gnmo while Wright began ot ad- reasonable doubt that Schultz and on tho ground that was not sufficient evidence to -onV v cl Schultz as warranted by sectioi of tho criminal code. Tho court denied tho motion, but noted the ati torney's exception. Tho opening statement for tho de- fense then was nrndo by Howe who said ho would not take' much ot the jury's time as already they had heard much of the testimony and hud become familiar with thA case. "I will not attempt to offer any liistlficatlon, nor sot forth a plea ol nsanity or give any otcuse, but am going to rely upon tho old'good oldl fashioned defense that Schultz was) lot there and that ho did not do First Witness For Defense j'j Tho first n linens for the defense' van Schultz's mother. Her testimony vns given In Polish, .M. J. SHmbargn! t Dunkirk, ac-llng as Interpreter. M i ot time was taken In' mahx Sebiilt, not nt Iho si-cno of the witness understand just "bat mm the night In qucullon Information tho attorney wa deft'iiso WHS t Hliu-ted anil two wit- n o ,1 hat Schiilt, yield to tho itraln of (ho three days ''00'" Iio5'lo hotel In Hut- competition, lie continued to drive well but his work on tho giocna Kiif- feicd. Noverlhclevi tho Amerloan held -comiietltor fairly even though Darwin took loosely played five. tho 12th In Darwin captured tho 17th with magnificent three. Tho score was tie when the men went to tho eighteen! tea and remained square when tho had holod out. Darwin lost his shone, to finish ono up when ho missed threo yard putt. Doth were propably nervous whc they toed up for tho extra hoh Wilght drove first nnd pulled lib sho Darwin's drive was straight down th vo, Wrlgh :ourse. He went down In fl n the party which was provided with to Present Indications, although I Is possible some words of opposition 8 cans of petrol and four bales otton. Police reinforcements arrived and lio officers rushed across an open pace, throwing tho spectators right nd left to reach tho Sinn Felncrs Vltli their backs to the customs ouse tho rebels fought with revolv- er and hand grenades, but gradually were disarmed and taken prisoners. Meanwhile with floors and walls, falling in as the supports were burn- ed out a number of soldiers and police hurried through the building to save what they could, ono officer with his tunfo torn and his hair singed, emerg- ed with might he spoken against him. No fight on his nomination by the Irreconcllahlcs because ot his stane for a league of nations lu some form is expected. cat which clawed franti- the association of nrnnufae-itho railioail workers in hlg capacity asically at his rescuer. Another found minister of transport. It was argued his way to tile roof, cut the habaids STOCK MARKET; New York, The stock mar- ket allowed a Uller lonu nt the open- Ing toil.iy. Chief, among flic gainer wci'o Blocks which have been pounileil hardest In the laut week. Crucible got aboyo 70 in enny trading against ycs- tci low ot C7 l to curtail pro- duction, read tile Tiarning. Conth'uatlou of the coal ttrike will bring on a cigaictte famine.. A rigaretteirsj. Kngland probably win be the f.nal argument with miner, own- er and the public in bringing about a that his personality would be a big factor In reaching an agreement. Newspapers warned "against settling the present strike'in such way that tho miners would be embittered and left ready to walk out again at the first opportunity. wttlemont. The ivarnlnir was iseued almost coln- cidently a report that miners andj-f mine owners rgieeir.g to Premier 4- Lloyd-fjc-orge'-j Invitation probably vill meet Friday. Smokers, however, refuse to take settlement for granted. There was a great rush for emergency supplies, threatening to wipe cut the small re- serve stcckg of cigarettes and tobaccos. Observers po'nted out that the min- ors themselves denied the solace of to- bacco, would be anxious to roach a set- tlement. Many of tho' miners have credit accounts at co-operative stores In their dlstrlcta None of the men despite, tho pinch, has been compelled to do without his Rmokc. the thousands of unemployed who are re- TODAY IN CONGRESS 4 t on tho flagstaff and earned the un- ion jack down unharmed A cordon was thrown about thn dis- trict and police worked all night In the search for more rebels who might have been Implicated in the raid. (By United Press.) House Begins consideration of Packer controll bill. committee considers naturalization. Merchant marine committee hears proposed amendments to seamans act. f Ways and means committee Re- publicans consider permanent tariff bill. celvlng help from the city, the first'de-1 manj usually Is for n cigarette. The- Senate fags are popular amone thc upper I .classesalso. and In thenrmy amlnavv'ni P noralmulon are considered indispensiblc. as commissioner of Internal It was believed that himself will preside at the forthcoming Investigation continues. Hobokeu, N. J., May soldiers who died in Franco were en route homo today to receive final honors Jn Memorial Day from friends and relatives. They left hero in flag draped cof- fins under military guard, their living comrades at tho transport pier stand- ng at present arms as the train slid from the station. In each car rode of David an army officer and a private soldier At the distributing centers, honor guards were to be picked from near- ilL um .oiuiuouiiniri i1''5' armv 1'osts to escort tho bodies to meeting of miners nnd owners He was' committee to discuss John- their homes and to attend the final KilJ to have assurances that f0r of groups arc rondy and anxious to also re- an earnest effort at settlement. .solution for clothing Industry invest- Much stress KaS laid on the fact that' It is costing the taxpayers J16.000.000 a hearings resumed. week to provide defense measures and! KILLED IN FEUDIST'S .WAR Chicago, May of the claimed unot'ier to support the ut.employed. In addition there are the inconveniences caused by lack of supplies, ietssening of traffic and thc general obstruction of Industry I Visitors to England were Inconven-l lenced when coal stocks ran so low 41. L L mu.l Cly .-wwn, lluUtCUUUb m WIIW Ihat coal burning passenger ships were late Anthony rrAndrea, Mlltlca] chlef- aycil InW The Mauret- tnln who was recentfy, 11. i 'up at riddled with bullets In hi, saloon flu. to wait another week be. I.accarl, police said, wae t feud victim I "bloody isth ward early Michael Lucmrl, lloutenaat of the fore for diaihsTn k services in the home cemeteries. Handles Sell Them. Manufacturers say most women ihoppers select umbrellas more for the ittractlvcness of the handle than for Iho wearing qualities of Hie cloth. T.o drat end fancy handles this season aro icing made even more fancy. Ivory, imber and celluloid nre used to Shem. i .L'Si; Ualdnln Loco- rnofivo also recovered 3 points with above SO. Cieneial Asphalt, nt 69 1-J, bhowed u recovery of almost 4 points. American Tobacco wow up 3-1 at 128. N'orthnn Taclnc g.Uncd 7-8 at 701-2, nnd Heading w.is 1-2 up at 71 J-2. De- spite the fart Ihat Lai-k.iwanna Steel pasEca Us dividend Ibis stock opcni'd 12 up at 48. Mexican Petroleum led tho oils early sales above J50. lialtlmoie and Ohio Jumped 3-8 In a rush of buying, going to 415-8, in re- sponse to a statement of Its earnings for tile first four months of 19tfl. Penn- sylvania, reportid n net operating In- ot for (he four monlhn against .1 deficit for a similar pcilod In 1320 of The B. A o. ml opcrallng income for tho four mon'hs wiis {5.C2-1.000. lelng forced lo tuitc six In getting ou of trouble. Allen Graham worked Into the semi luais when ho defeated Tubbs onu Hunter beat Darwin threo up t two to play. French Premier Creates Senti- ment for a Greater Toleration for Germany. By WEBB MILLER (United t'rcjis stuff Correspondent) Paris, May BrluiKl up. learcd today to have French opinion into grojtcr toleration for Ger- many. It was confidently believed heie that falo, heard Coxcy'u alleged conrcsxloi Hi> aim bin Meld anil Klan- llff, taking IUIIIH Ijliur on the floor' loolilni; nn opening and llalon- Ing lo aald going on Jn tho room occupied by Hcliutls: ami Tho crowd Ir. tho court room was Iho largest yut piusent at tho trial, entire- ly filling tho ;oom and Iho Interest Intense. Chief Quandt of Dunkllk wuu among those who naa ptchcnt in tho court room. The testimony of the thico Jordan ngoncy and (lint of Night Sergeant O'Connell of Dunkirk Ivi-ro tho scnamiom) of tho tilal. Two of the-i ilclectlveii had teslltled lo the ulleKci confession Wednesday afternoon ,Ior- Inn tills morning, their ti'Hlliuonv beinf imoiiB the high llgbln In tho cane. H wiifj biougnl out in the testimony )f Jordan today that Kujiuvn, who wu; ivcd OH a dccov for 8clnill7, hail nerv- ed a tenn In 'hr- Krlo county laiy. Kujawa was not placed upon tli eland. ordan'f Testimony. Joidan tcsllllcJ tlml ho hi tho head f this .Ionian Detectivo Agency of tuoalo nnd ha-1 l.-r-cn hired by John W. 'arsons, thtn police chief, til Investl- alo the Nelson CUHO. He bly man gtr, Mr, Rosa, wan placed In charge of 10 ou.se. Leading up to tho time when Jordan nld he beaut Coxey'it admission In the luylo hotel, ho Bald Hint-he liad been t a boxing hoot and had been called there to II o Uoylo hotel and he nd Ilia two opellitiven took tunm lying tho floor nnil peering through nn lulling iielnw the folding doors, on liiu nlirht of December 13. Thl3 While- lying en the iloor, ho teHtlficd lilt Knjawn unit Scbtilty eliteicd thn Nelson.) is course In tegaru lo reparation bundling of Iho Upper Sllc-sla atlon. A voto of confidence would erve to restoro fully Iho cordial rtln- lons of all the allies and would ncr- ilt tho supiemc council to proceed with Its plans tin dividing Silesia tween the and tho 1'olcs With rail treillc reslored In silrsl.1 aiilhorltleo reported they ale restoring Cirder gradually. gcncial for a while. ADMIRAL FECHTELER DIED AT HAMPTON ROADS Washington. May A Fechtelnr commandant of tho I'ltn naval at his eiuurlcr at Ifampton rtoads, early today Th The report, caused of "S'tX 7" inU'kniiino for Ofilcer ho .Ionian testified, .was time Nclnon killed, lju be-jl won'l MI'U.-I! m. any of the olhcr fel lews Kuiawa to "1 am jour fileml, go nhiail and lill" Xo A liltlo l.itfr, Joidan said ho Kehuity in to a iiuoiillon by Kuiaua say, "I titcn-, Qiinmil." Jorban In to a rpipstlon hy the illHtrlcl .itt'irni-y !t.ilcl tint ho ronhl into tho oibir ronm ilistln igii to KC3 tlio kind of undprNCnr iltx woie. ntrength In other rails. Industrials also acted well. The market closed In a waie of sell- ing which hit the Industrials. Stude- boker dropped 2 1-2 points from Us tilgh to 73; Chandler got within a Traction ot the week's low. Moxicai Petroleum, despite tho declaration of Its regular dividend wont below 13( after nn early high ot 152. American Sumatra sank below 03. Baldwin lo romotlve held firm around 81 1-2, rails gave a good account of themselves. Deadly on Bank Notci. When ono of the one-franc notes, so commonly In Paris, wan sub- jected to microscopical examination, the chemist's report showed there wero more than germs attached :o It, the accumulation from dirty Hands and untidy treatment while It was In circulation, msuiy of the germs being at t deadly nature had the bill come In contact with a cut In the flgah, juiwittltlon of tillenTJ 111 'as commandant of tho Norfoln yard and directed port of the ,.._.. ot defending tho coast from Mary land to Florida. He was maelo coin mandant of the fifth district early li 1918. Several ago Admiral Fechle Icr's daughter, Elizabeth, wan m.iirlce in her father's room ber-.iiiHo ho was too 111 to leave bin bed. lie." hiisbam Is John D. Mannen. Admiral Fechtclcr wo'ild have been retired In September. Megaphones In otl. We recently read of ono of our newly rich paying for an old muster and vu-rc reminded of a remark mndo by Uoberfilcnrl, the artist, on n sim- ilar case. "To a millionaire of that type, you said Henri, "an old master is merely a megaphone for his to" talk Boston Traa- script.' .Working Like no WotH tor of three months h And'col After this, iord.m testified, bo In- striict0d l.mill-id> to ncn'1 lo n sloro for s-inio rolls and Hint Sclillllii went Oil and Ihat he (.Ionian) met HchultK at "the store on the corner of Mnln and ft-ncra nlieotH. placed him under arrest an-1 took him to the Buf- falo police hcadejuaitera, later ho was taken by a. Dunltlik olllcer lo Dunklik. On crosa examination .Ionian .said he had received about from the city of Dunkirk for the Hmlev.s of his nrl- rato detective agency. Ilei also mid lhat he knew Nujawa had seivcd time n tlin penitentiary. A statement made by Mis. W. B. StCKinan who was one ot thu Ilrsl to ico the body of Nelson back of tlio (oiierta-Drewcs building and who died mly recently, was offeree! In evidence iy tlio district attorney, but the court I vlthhelil Ilia decision on thn mutter accepting It at this stnno of tho rial A statement of Mrs. Wallui'O, who Iso lives near tho scene of tlio mtir- cr, but said to ho too sick to attend ourt, also was offered in evidence nd accepted. Tho statements were ot read. After tho defenio liart closed its ase, Attorney Rowo movo that Iho aae he dismissed on tho ground that ,tha had not proved beyond it ney wag seeking In answer lo questions, she describ- ed her home, particularly tho interior arrangement. She nald tho rooms of herself and that ot hor mm opened off of n sitting room mid that both rooms faco tho west. Sho .said that she had gone to boil on the night ot the murder about o'clock, and that hor son loft homo about that evening and she hcanl him coming in at Homo hour ot tho niRht, tho exact tlmo uho did not know. Mm Schnllz testified that later she passed through this sitting room, nml ou looking Into tho room of her bon, saw him sleeping with tho covers Ihiotrn back, hla bond, shoulders anil brnist uncovoiud. She Bald Hint who looked at Iho clock at that time, ns sho liad been accustomed to do for years pawl, and Baw tlio hands were at On rroas cxanilnnllon hy Mr. Steamy aho Biild. only Ibc hond of her way uncovered and nldo that sho aro.no fiom bed about almost every night. Mra. Fhiiltz admitted that she had uworn beforo tho grand jury that only tho head of iior son was uncovered in' tho bed. Martin Schultz, Coxey'a father, was) tho ncixt witness on the Bland. He told on Iho night ot tho STth he looked nt :ho clock nnd noted that it was -hut ho heard l.l.s cough nnd roll over in bed. On rroHs examination bo wlated hu had sworn before tlia Brand Jury that ho only beard his son over and cough once, but that It vim a fact tiia: he heirit son loll vi-r twice. Thin wan the lln.il teullmnny of the' morning, when court recessed until 2 Teitimony Grows Interesting Mayvillc, M ly Inteie-st be- an to creep into tbo Coxey Schultz murder trial yesterday, when, after thy noon irixsa four more witnesses wcio called t0 testify, nnMwg whom weie tuo dcteclivv of tho Jordan Dc- tccllvo Agency, and foimer Chief ot rollco John W. I'arHoriff. After arraigning Romo prlsoneis ugalnit whom indictmenla bad been found, Iho Scl'.ultK cu.se was resumed at about Tbo llrst wllreoH to lie called to Ihe stand was Dr. I'. Tuild, u dontiat of Dunkirk, wlio the plainer of parltl cast of one of the- footpilnta fouiul In tiio vicinity of the murder, lie testi- fied that be va.i palled upon to mako this on tho 27th of October about 10 01 11 o'clock. That the Imprint from which bo tided'd to make the call wan located about flvo or 1'cct from tho (Conltnued on pafle) RIOKENBACKER MAKES SECOND TRY AT FLIGHT Hodwood City, Cal May 2G (t'nilul Eddie nickenh.ii.kor ook off a iecond time on his trans-con- Inentui idr illght shortly after 8.30 m. today. "f won't-bo back this he said ho left. The famous ace, who is en route lo Vawhinglon. D. f, m.ide iil.s fir.st stait nt a. m.. 1-ut was forced to return on account of lie (hen watted un- til the fog lifted nlonfc tbo co.ist and AND THE CIRLS CHEERED graduation excrclsOT ot tho Sergeant physical culture school, told girl grad- uates they had won tho battlo for the healthful short skirt. Loud cheers from tho girls. IN MEMORIAM loving moraors' ol Cecelia J. Schwartz who departed tills Ilto Way 20, 1917. HBSrUND AND   

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