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Syracuse Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1921, Syracuse, New York f For, SyracuseVnnd op ralnf Sunday) Monday fair, warmer. SECOND SECTION PRICE EIGHT CENTS "V VOL: 42, NO, SYEA.CUSE, N. Y., SUNDAY APRIL IT, 1021-.. PRICE EIGHT CENTS TWO MEN RESCUE Scouts Aid .in Resuscitating Lawrence Chubb, Who Falls in Creek. Lawrence Chubb, JO. of 200 "West; Adams street, barely escaped death by! when ho fell into Onondaga Syracuse Organizations In- dorse Plea of Owen Wister and Forward-It to.National Headquarters. BODIES "EMBALMED" BY MEN .FROM SLUMS Hundreds, Disinterred, Lie in Hoboken Uncalled For creek noar the -West Onondaga street I bridge Saturday afternoon. To the timely arrival of William Wil- son of .220 West Adams street, antli Robert C. Wolf of Tremont street. the boy owes his life. I Hearing young Chubb' M cries for help, the men ran lo tin; bank and caught Chopoff, 7, Door and Starts Car Up- in Salina Street Store. _. TII-. hold of his clothing as he was about to FAMILY HELPLESS so down for the third time. __ ,_ Boy Krauts aided Peter Schujr. traf- WATCHES TRAGE Until Taken to Field for Burial. Potters lie policeman, and the men in re.suscl- j tilling the boy. He was taken home and was none the worse for his expert- HejIQ StrUCK CV TOD Of hist night. He Is Hie ,suii of .Mr.. llc'lu u_y 1 UJJ Ul and Mrs. Charles Chubb. r f BOYS CLIMB TO Caught Organized Syracuse World War Vct- r-rans stand forth to answer Owen Wis- dramatic question If nothing can] stop the hidcnuc; mockery of the living EnjOVill0' a "Secill0' and the dead going on in the wholesale QJ fn dlslrittrmunt of Americnn soldier dead OlUut WllLn In France. ]jy Dfi-teCt. "We can is their answer voiced j Frederick" 12. and Richard Thaycr. decided to view the world from lofiy heights yesterday after- noon. They picked out the tallest part of the Ononduga roof for their ob- of Cage 'as Boy Starts to Leap to His Mother's Anns. nliUe hy Frank county chninnan and George :i-r cent increase, while the ran for singly residence lines was boosted I from 530 to 541', and then to S51. 1; present commissioners fail to a ilvtermln.itlon in the trolley !C-a.-v before surrendering tlieir tasks tii :thi> r.c-w members, it may mean a. Ions people to pass through :di-i.iy before a verdict is given in tiie over street car fares for Syracuse. .i-.ituU'S were to be I Several conductorTinotormen corn-i it was pointed out last night. Great iJnV- Bu- w-'-o1 Pained that they were receiving all! of testimony have been taken. were unable to get drinks Chief' sorts of bits of metal in place of cobs; from .Utany during the past Cadin was doing ,00 well with for., they did not have time _to i already at hi, pmch the fare bo. and operate fare. Sut .The -Kast board of trustees (-3'- declared war on liquor selling, which An after p'OI'm eeasej- cor- i nas beer( i: was claimed was going on in broad jdif.ons had improv daylight in tiicir village, and Incidc-r.t- d materially ana. the gamblers. Have 10 Qualify. cars were running with almost normal j Under the lav.-, the'five new comrni? ally told their police force to '-e: regularity. Another contributing facu.r j sioners have 10 days after their con- was the rtimunition in the number of i firmation by the State Senate in which passengers. _ to take their new Jobsi As they were After theaters had dismissed their i confirmed yesterdav, they need not Trainc again; fc ;s expected, however, that an packed '.-ars; agreement will be reached under which at each stop.; r_u of them wlll ,ake 3t the sam. i tn Fvnirc Leases TO txpire. of the year, If night mai was estimated last that' not more than 2f. will re: perienced on manv ecame heavy, causing- with the di.layf I lliT ain open as such after May 1. man carg we ost of their leases expire. _Cliicfj Th6 Cadin declared tli.it no saloon m th" ere denjtv! that they i time, "presumably early this week. .By Staff Reporter of the Herald. Albany: April legislative calendars were cleared of all pending local bills early Saturday evening when the act authorizing the commissioner of public made in iwlice court under each of the in similar cases where a State board During the week arraignments were There was much excitement in out- attorney, who presented the evidence before the grand jury. in Their Possession, Chicago, April- arrests i were made today In connection. with Resolution Adopted, on, tho .Death of! the mail robbery at the Dear- Robert .E. -Bcntley. At a special meetincr of the hoard of directors of Co., held April 15. tho following resolution was unanimously tho death Tuesday. April 12, 1021. wo have lost a a staunch friend. "We recognize his conspicuous abll- merchant, to. Ilia sterling character and strict intcir- rlty.'-'1 and slmlKht-forward In all his dealings, of a' sociable arid lika- ble ,wa and moro nnd ns time goes on mourn'ihlsi losgrwlth'fecllnga of deepest a memory' of 'the -relations It hag been or- Krcat privilege to enjoy." Bontlcy; Kettle Co.. -Ino-r-Adv... May Ivtlie Syracus'o.Pipe Hospital will bo locatod at'110 nnd 113 N, Warren Iwrn station ten days Teuel.H. Grunewnld, nn' attorney, -and Enwald Stevenson .ire tiie' prisoners. Postonice oniclala.-sala-vtliat part, of the stalen In. their: possession; was found Grunewald, p'ostofflce) officials s.ald, attempted.' to. one dollar bills into ten' and -twenty at a The bills wero numbered consec- tutlvoly; tho' .police.1--.. .Frank Sharp of besrun an action in Supremo'court to 000 from tho Empire Stato.rallma'ya'for Injuries' .rocelvad a trolley car struck th'6 CITY PROTECTED FROM GRABS. .While there was little local legisla- tion submitted during the present session of the Legislature, the niost important piece of legislation was the Fearon which blocks the rail- roads from grabbing abandoned canal lands through tho. city. Under this bill, .the city is amply protected. Bars are erected which give the city six months In which to exercise Its right -.of purchasing 'abandoned ramil lands from t'ie State before the- railway can take steps to obtain the can.il lands. .-This is the first actual step of grade crossings in the city, for It means city, 'no .matter how long .the delays may be, will some day obtain the canal land property. ;'.'Both houses of- the Legislature. also adopted the city, annexation' bills: These 'small strip of adjacent." to the Tenth; ward to. Syra- aiid 'a .tlio Bellcvue Country club property also Is taken city. .The.Legislature adopted tho.'bill.which ends the publication of tho: Common Council session laws in an official city newspaper: 'Both'1 houses of the Legislhturn also passed' which' extends the "tlmo during, which taxpayers of SUIT. TO COLLECT TRANSFER TAXES Wendell Directs Malpass tc Take Action Against'Al- leged Delinquents. James A. Wendell, State comptroller, has directed" Malpass to bring suit against' several estates tb collect'transfer taxes assessed in-Onon- daga county. Tho payments on these estates, Mr. Wendell Informed.the district attorney, .ire. long overdue. The-flrst action is .to lie directed, Mr. Malpass'said, against the1 estate of Thomas Grodjihslcl, who died Decem- ber .4, -1916. The comptroller holds that the tux .assessment of. Is unpaid. Similar -suits will bo Brought against other "estates it was said. Wrapplno -Paper ifor 8Ale. district .wpj.marlc -.every thing Syraowso cnn mnko' payments lying districts on account of battles the police authorities and boot- leggers. 'Malone; near 'the Canadian border, apparently was the center of action, find several exchanges of bul- lets between United States officials and I commissioners to .dispose of work In (hand. It might be possible 'that the 'decision in regard to the Syracuse trolley fare Is so near 'completed that an. opportunity will be given the old board to file it and make this'decision- j effective. Trolley Fare Big Problems. i .The prediction- has been made that Seek a seven-cent rate of fare -nill be i u- j- 41 granted the Syracuse trollej linos The Membership tor. tiie i whole aspect ot; the fare bituatlon ma> First Time b3 of tlio'cars'was captured four ,farthor'.a1ong'by' .arid slty to be filled at the .time of tho an- nual meeting of the Syracuse I'niver- sity Alumni association- on 11. Two of these are- Syracuse re-s'uents: Mrs. Grace .Webb.EdRComb, '93, of 609 Comstock avenue, and Mrs. .Harriet B. Wallace. 'S-l, 71S- South Crouso avenue. Tho third Is Mrs. Jano Bancroft Robin- son of Pasadena, Cal., of the class ot '77.' This Is tha first time that women have competed for. membership on; the board of trustees. to servo among .-.the' graduate representation. Syracuse men'.are -amony-r-'the alumni nominated for positions: Charles E. "Cooney, '97; Henry. '03; Neal Brewster, '02; Tooke, '91; and Dr. Albert ll.TUirkin-, '97. The1: -Boston, Pittsburgh .'.'and, Cleveland alumni clubs have tered a man, making a total didates for the board. j alumni association on a method of fixing, tho the successful candidates, the term depending on tho number of votes hte men, Tho wo occupants gave tlidr c, tf.., names as GeorEe Conrad and James H. Durant'of'SyracTise. .'Print Psper for paper for io any .reasonable price ments to the Xew York Transit com- mission' .bill which Governor' Miller had written. Into the- law valuation of street. railways and th's fixing of fares. Some persons inter- preted if to mean that valuations were to be governed somewhat by estimated, earning power tinder a. of "j x cen't. .fare. .The proposition may the., subject of -a full conference both boards before a determination IB In" rog'ai-a to tiio new gas fates, the Hammond act, .prescribing a. t rate -'of a; thousand-1 "which the Syfa-i- cuse-Eightlris company claims !s bcfow production "cost, ;tu nulllRed by, tha pro-1 visions of: new', public service act.h ami the; company tl yes 'were expected, to ask' rp8rnils. slon Instead, of thft 951- cents, b.elng charged 'present. Tho "Usht- Ing Company officials point out that gas rates In every other'olty aro higher; than-, thoso. In v Syracuse Many cities -and this, .'pnbHfl has Just, Issued anf .order .'Permitting: a rate of Bana--.teet-.ln Schehecta'dy. CounselSLcvglg has
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