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Olean Times (Newspaper) - November 10, 1931, Olean, New York 3AY This tragical war, whose consuming flames swept from one nation to another until all the world was on fire, is at an en Woodrow Wilson, In his message to Congress, NOY II, 1918 _ Cooler WEATHER or Southwestern fscw York and PH Pennsj h anla Cloudy and cooler to night probably show cr1! to night In north ind po lions Sun sets 4 48 Sun rises 6 41 o 'The Paper That Goes Home" VOL LXXI, No. 245 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1931 PRICE TWO CENTS F IJNLAJL Yesterday's Total Circulation 9451 Closing Stock Quotations ntl n 1? HJllitL Neutral Zone In Manchuria (f Being Planned Reorganization Of National Government In China Would Bring Area Under Protec- tion Of Japan Diplomats Negotiate With Eugene Chen. By MILES W VAUGHN United Press Staff Co respondent Tokio, Nov. plan to the national government of China and make Manchuria a "neutral 7one" under piotection of Japan was icpoited today in a goveinment announcement. The announcement said Japan eso diplomits hid been negotiit ing rugene Chen leader of the Independent Cantonese regime in China Chen credited ing the plan as a basis for settlement of the cpnflict een Canton and the goveinment-of General Chiang Kai Shek at Nanking Chen Has quoted as promising >o pledge China to the plan if an agreement to reorganize the Na tional government and oust Gen eral Chiang cm be reached hy the Canton and Nanking factions Meanwhile JapaneoQ. tioops in ManCiiuni continued tnui diive against iricgulir Chinese forceb ]n vauous disLucts Ihe fighting b" by of ficialb to be growing more senous because of the incicasmg size of the Chmchow aimj lojal Cruelty Charged To Parents After Rescue Of Child Mrs Elsie Rilej Emaciated toothless and under- sired thirteen year old Fdith Riley was rescued by Washington D C police from a wmdowless closet in w hich she is alleged to have been imprisoned four years to (he Mdnchu Seabury To Interrogate A A TTon n, Advise Use Ui Olvany Soon Care Extending wants TO Know HOW Money Privilege Tammany Leadci Eain- white sulphur springs w va cd Rcpoitcd Big Income of ex _______ tieme aie in the re dis- Isevv York Nov 10 counl P'lvilcges of the iederal Geoige W Olvanj Tammanj Hall Reserve svslem now bo widely agi leider in 3921 3929 faces pubyc bated wis advised today by the i Society Man Arrested In Murder Case Philadelphia Resident Faces Count; Piomm- cnl Families Aic In- ched. Lester N Ililcj Charges of cruelty were brought against the child s falhci Lcstei N Rilcy anc! her -step mother Mrs Elsie Rilcy Edith is pictured in the children s of i eapilai hobpital where she icceived spec ill care Philadelphia Nov A voung Phil Ldclphi i society man wis ehaigr-d t Jiv the mur dcr of another young society man in in ugumenl over the pre'ty btiinette bistc of the alleged slay cr The argument police rcpoitcd was the icsult of a death bed ic quest by the gills mother in which she asked th i her diugh tci not be primittcrl lo is1; ici itc v ith tlie vouth tci n I he dc id mi is riancis Don aldbon lit twcntj thicc of i ocully prominent fimily him self i club mm ind vvi h i rcc Appeals For ion Universe King George In Message Expresses Confi- dence In Session To Be Held In Interest Of Disarmament Refers To Emer- gencies. By KEITH JONEo United Press Staff Correspondent Fdith Rllcj Five Indictments For Murder Sought Against Bluebeard Chang Hsuch Lran, nan mler The loieign office and the war office r dieuled reports thai Gen Ma Shan hid declared vvir on Japan although it was said he had his troops lo make a counter attack along the iNoniii nvei He de cided to do ill it can to end the i litest in tickets that of selling merchindise to dead people The 3111 y indicted Louis Bciko on i clnigc of using the mills to defiaud He is accuseJ of leading dCxith notices of out nf town newspipers sending the dead man a 10 cent tie and col looting ipproxim itely 52 from bereaved relatives Charges Of Governor Denied By Attorney Patchoguc L I Nov liran paitys campaign fund and Diotnct Attoiney Alexander C Blue of Suffolk Coun v today dc nied (joveinoi Roosevelt s cha gcs tint hu had failed to peiiorm bib full duty m picsenang to the local gian 1 luiy charges made by State Senator John J Dunnigan which rclitcd to County Judge GeoigCj H I urmin and the Suffolk Consoli dated Press Companj Inc news p tper publishers Snnnlor Dunnlgin had charged that when ludge Turman was i candidate for reelection last fall, In contributed to Repub- that the press company, hid re ccived contracts for ccunty print- ing without compctil on m bids The piess compiny is conaollcd by W Vlacv state Re- publican crairman and Suffolk county leader and Dunnigan charged it had also conlnbuted to the campaign fund Blue n a letter LO Inc suggisted that the executive direct the Atloiney Oencnl fo aid In the prosecuiion and stated that he would submrt the charges to an- i other grand jury. Worcestei M iss Prosecutoi Will E Norris has indicated he will seek the death penalty for Powers which in West Virgin a is hinging lhe state contends that Powers under the fanciful name of Cor nrlius Orvm Pieison wooed the lonclj women through the mails hired them to Clarksbuig on the piomisc of marriage then killed them Wi Rogers -Says HOLLYWOOD, Cal, I got home and heard from Ihe bovs Yes, on the first of (he month the) re- memhered us had aimed at (heir schools 0. K. If then remittance is in proportion to their grades J am not going to have such a tough 5 car at that And, here is a warning lo the tvoild at large Please quit sending me hy either mail, telegram, book- let, volumes or word of mouth schemes to end the depression. Just go ahead and end it without any aid from me, and then jou ran me void collect that you have done it. Yours, smcy of conditions in the coal fie'ds Jones demand for indictments cime after Dreiser announced bis sjrvey hid convinced him con h t ns of "i Harlin counM were as bad is ihey could be an., wl ere in the world and ar'vocali 1 sternest prosecutions of officials Thp judge slid two highly np utable citizens went before lh ou to give stuutorj ettect lo certain dec- iboaid the bunions and resolutions of tho of 19-'6 and is designed to untrj undei the Octobei Cipe make cleir the powers of tho o qn i lln-i o i now his Dominion Puliamcnn and pro- been n cl lhc ituludc of mum mole i spi it of fue eo operation gralion officials toward these late .amongst members of the British, shicds and hei foretop piekct who pud C iD eich tor j Impend confeienees rode into Butler 1 Ills 11 issige were to hive come to this 11900 This i I Commonwealth of Nations,
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