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   Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - February 17, 1923, Altoona, Pennsylvania                                '-V GITYEPITION Friday's Circulation......26 359 Daily Paid Average for Jan. 2 ESTABLISHED JUNE 13, 1874. LOCAL SNOWS Pennsylvania's Workers Lost in Wages by Strikes Burin? 1922. DEATH IS BY PISMWOUND Vincent J. Delozier, Aged 16, While Cleaning Revolver, Accidentally Shoots Himself in Stomach. BELIEVED THAT GUN DID NOT CONTAIN CARTRIDGE Mishap Occurred in Presence of Reached with Difficulty by Ambu- lance Because of Ice. cngag'Ml in LL revolver last oxpiiinj; nl liip hiinit? flloiig Frankslovvn biuik I.iikoinnjil, Miiccnl J. Delosicr, 111. al tlic Allnona silk liltU ol" tlif SrlnvarzcntKU'h-lliibc'r uninpatiy, mis hiljtlly in Hie iibdoiupii u-licn tin- dis- I'liarynl. Ho 'lied nt 11.30 o'clock nl (Ire hospital svas iH-niifjlil following tlie iicciilcul. waa silting in tlie kilelien inU'i- o'l-JoiO; uiib his Mr. niicl Mrs. Kihviud J. Doliwier, ron- iviiili- in llie cjf llie guii. He did not know llml tins a (.'artvutgo anil in initidliiifj tlic vvonpon llie wus iliiM-lnirgi'd. full charye of llie. gun enforcii tlie HlitloiliLMi. llie family vmlizcd nl onec Ihat lull was injured mnl (lie iiinlical aid AHooiia, ii mil was lo llie Murev Tlii- lUiilniltilK'n left Ilic loral instil ill ion iniiiieilialclv nfti-r nolillrtl. Uuc lo the 'ii-y ami roiieli of I he roacis II intu'liiae unalde to make sneh gc.ii (inn- to (lie Oi-loi'.ii.r Iioine nnd it, oVloi-k liefiire (In1 ionnusv slarU'il liiu-k lo AHooiin ivith die ii jilrod lild. Loses L.lTgc Amount of Blood. '1'lic 1ml showi-il d> tlie last. He v tin' lime tlin lurident took iilnra mil: a Pliort (iiiie before Oie iiuilmhine rearheJ llio ImspitiiJ. His eoriditio uritieul ndiuilU'd lo Ihq Merey hospital, duo to the loss o litooil. UlYorts utiide by tin vi'lativcR nl the Iioine to rlieck tin of the life flniil Ijeforo tin; nm 1'iiliUK'e arrived atnl lliey lo Tin- lioy lo lull: will nii'inlii'rs of Die family following tin iiiviili-nt unil lie loW tliVni In- Im.i lielievi'il that tlie Kun wus nol loaded. Tlic uiollior and a brother aronu- pailied Mm boy in the aiubiilinin.. tlie hospital to tlie ill' .iuiiMl hid lull to no avail, death cinniiii: nl oVlock. hail retunu'd from liis at. the Alloona silk mill alioul nn lionr b'-lore lljr nitsiuift look lie had of the evening'meal nnd tolil his inotliei- of his intention of tlin -jLiti. He sitting on n cliair when the weapon was dis- and llie foree of tin! kinu'ked him lo tin; lloor. Was Native of Altoona. Vilirenl .Josepli wus a native of Allvuiiii mnl was lorn Fell. -JS, When hi- was nliont u vear'old In- ve. nimril with liis j.arenls to llie liome llie Ki-iiuksiown vnail where llie aiTitfi'nl oei'lirreil. Me educated in tin- St. Mary's paroehhil frhool nl ALTOONA. PA., SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 17, 1923. Observe Golden Wedding CUSTOMER HAS NARROW ESCAPE IN BIG CRASH MRS. ALBERT H. MEYER AGED'COUPLE ARE 15 CENIS LOWEST TAX PAID 1r. and Mrs. Albert H. Meyer o_f Fairview Celebrated Their Golrfcn Wedding Anniver- sary on Feb. 15. years of luijiny life have lieen together Mr. umi Mrs. Albert II. Mcyi'r, who liave been iliaosL fortv e liail hern omphiyi'il ,it llie loivil.silk- mill fur tlm pasl Tilonllis. lie was mi lirijjlit emmilllllily in wlli.-h he liis linnie. 'llie pnrenls, Krlivnrd .1. nnd Mvs. 1 arrie (irai-o Di'lozii-r, survive us nli.ii (he 1'ollovvin.j brolliers ami .sisters: Mrs. 1'niil t.'onnors and Miss Mary, liolh of I'ltiliidi-lphiu; I-'. M. nf Jmiiata, .S'ylv.'ster 1.. and I'Vaneis K., lioth at liome. lie was n member uf the St. Jolin'a Untholic ehincli Lake- nioiit. Cormier Chester I'. wus notilied of the luvident late last and he viewi-il Iho Imdv at the li'm- pilnl. lie went to (lie 'iMuzier home toilay to make n t'nrllier 'I'be remniiis have been prepared for burial nt (he Wevens Jteinoriul eliapol on Kahili aveimc and w.....c Io the home lute this aflernoon. GENEROUS GIFT FOR PLAYGROUND PURPOSES City Pamnel II. Tnvlor tnilay reirivi'd I in- llrst TOiilrilmt'iom to (he fund whieh will lie rTeiiled for the pnrehasi' of for the tiroimil to be estnlilished in piirk the Crk'kel field when sinniner (nines. "I'lin eontribiitioil, n one, wus nuide by Kltner K. Kct'he, nnd il, is hojied tliat il. will mavk the be- Kiriniag In whii'li prove to ho a liejirty on tlie of tjic 1'iililii; in onl Hie piiins for the I.aler on it is likelv tlmt m, oll'ort will innile to seenro the. t'mnla nenleil, if n couple of hunilreil people will lonlribiilc as diil Mr. Itcose, the lUiioinil needi'd enn In- obliiined any hpecinl ctfort COURT ON MONDAY. _ A session nf rniintv eonrl will I..: held nt nn Monday liioriiin nnitnurim. 1'resiilciU (.lie 10. livnna of thu Cninbri unity ronrlH will specially preside in Iho uli- of Tlinmnii .1. IlnWrigo wlio U liciMiuj; cxiiirl' in Pliiladeljiliiu. hronirhonl the i-ily. Altoona Youna Woman Con- tributes Mite to Uncle Sam. Highest Amount Paicl to Date. IE TRUCK LANDS READY TO REMOVE SIXTEEN COLUMNS Heavy Machine Loaded with Riches of Untold Value Are Coal, Becoming Unmanage' abie.Crashes Through Build- ins on East Side. Jt Carries Four Tons of Coal and Starts to Slide While Driver Is in Plumbing Shop Near Sixth Alley. of own arcord and siicl- ing down tlic slippery street, for almost liiilf n bloek, n tnu-k belonging to tJie stud upon whifli four ions of coal, tif I o'eloek tbirf siftt-nmun into ilic front of tin- C, yhnH'cr t-toro at' 1 IfiO Sfiveiltli and did not p mitil llie IriM'k was putirrlv the store, 'I'lie Itoor broken the jiDiiion of tbe tvnek into the ccllm1. The trnek was driven by John Wolf. He lincl jslunjieJ in front of. tlio uliimb- ing uf X. T. Lytle, on 'Lwelt'th nt-iiv Sixth nlloy, anil ivent- inio tlie plumbing shop. He? hail t, flie brakes, but tlie engine lie was insiilc tiie Ing mnoliine They yury of tlii'ir on 'riiniviiay ;tt Itn'rmir, M-IK> ussisfrd their romfurtiibk home ;it 007 Twon- I i el urn of im I'hii-f H. C. i making; out u i vtveiv- Mr. and Mrs. Mrver are nativos oi Germany am! fame to Ibis voimlrv on June lit, 1SS4, pome follow- ing their wlue'li look pluef at the homo of" th nciir Slolp on tl wns'pnrt'ortnixl -by tlie Kiw. Arnholdi, [Histor of the Stolft CpriiKin laitlieran liev. AMitmliH Mrs, Mover, who was Min-i Ad a line On June in (lie yoar of ISs'l. Mr. uiul Airs. Meyer took lirsL chu-.s passage on {lie viteamsliip llam- in Urrmanv ami starlcil tin jonrney, wliied tvriniinUed iif two weeks Liter. Tlu-v tin-iveil in a Ibirte lo A hi the known us Kairview. in wlik-1........ tliey Itavfs refilled since eoininy lioru forty vein's njzo. I e i'n route sin t lie oi-enn trip, u tluy stcnct. 'Clio .Urtrjniorite, on (liev siiiled. u four ileek sliip, nt .iilnt 'ol' tin- hupp ren haw lieen IKMII tin- y .vnplc and all aiv lii-iim (War, Mrs. A. rnrtionV (Jem-iTy llitl. K. over in Hilary ilur- r. Tbe tux MIL'S paid and cost il eon I a to iiK-nts wove n-neived tins' week, do put y npciiU ivpovling out; iiayiupiil of "S and another of ceulij. The highest tax paiil by any in- (HvLduiil -tluis far was Seveinl other iinininit.H luivc been pu'ul as tux, one individual pnying tnx tnul another Yostorduy WHS the banner (3av (if (ho yrar at (lie Altuoiui ulliff, a iveord n mount of nionoy living nveived in irn-niue (UN, si'veral lurge vt-Liinis from lining the In i-arly ami the last hiinilri-i] velnriiK heinji received daily. Aimomu-emeiit is iiiaih- (lint deintly will assist a( Inttli Oluvsdfiri; mill U'il hunk and citv lo jit Ibo M'onday. tax. blanks re- lo be incurnvt atid the (uoiil rrhirning I lu-m for rurnvtion idiMablc Ironbh- resnlls rein tivo lo (In? local utli StHrtJor, Mrs. U'iJ.'Lim Yost, all of ity; Mrs, K. 1C. N'eUitn ;iml Ktsii- Mole of Detroit. MU-h. Mr. umt Mru. Meyer are the grandparents of Jifieen iildn'ij. I'ollowinp his arrival [n Alioona Mr. Meyer employment with t) linjr llial deiJnelions for a lUarried tbt lion f later retiring lo b number of yoars, nie assoeialVd in widi liis son, in an iiceiiloni about in rily whieh lirf from HM-ajiaeiUited. I Io lias nvm-ereil from the mis- .Mr and Mrs. Mever are lu-tit cnjov- IL- ttm dost of health. Tin- imif. tliey liav-e 5-peut logothcr I (if I'jfjoyifN'iit and tlu-y are the remainder of'thi'ir pailakiny ol' llu- of life, nn hiving and under 18 years, i I urns I a suhles t lio as an eMiinptioiu Corporation return ItoiU" mailed mil from ibr riiiladelpbiu of- In all .'orfinUious that liled iv turns last vt'jir, oMicc expects a small supply -wilbin u few rtuyi -ind the blanks he inailed or as n'.iuesU-d- till nsofn! years wliile Uer _ whlvr. Thui'silsiy was Hit- mini, nf llieir MeCord, (lie U. MeCorJ of Sitrroinuli'd by of their oliil drcn uiul tla-ir fantilies on 'I'lnirstijy evenin-; ;U llieir Mr. an.] Meyrr maife r IM sarv a inonj- ornbl.' (Hie. livt'-i'oiirse d'iniwr wns vi'il In the LMlheniiL- of TROLLEY COLLIDES WITH FLITTING AT GREENWOOD A Wilson, lomlod witli lonsHioUl ponils for'CJyilo Millor, inov- (o tlio 'J'raut plnc-t- ut JiuiuKji, stnu'k liy vur No. 17 on Uut inn in mo nl, ll.iri oVIm-k hist, niylit at Ilic Tin- wiipcm stullcil on tlip crossing ,ni] wns wlLlionl. any lights, llm oirora- or cif llio trnlli-y fiiilinj; to scp HIP viipoii until iiltMusC it. 'I'fio car rn mined be front, innl Imtli liornc.s on Ilin Ttio njrnn lon.jnr LiruJii-ii. Itnlh Hit- rolli-y mitt i-nst- 'I'ln- rrVi'rliiuil n iliridmrc riglift-cMi miti's willioiil. iiichtrnt nu- ll riliorl ilinlntJiv of llio fiiiitt Rtop- tnift 'IV inuvi'il vn JiMii.idi jiftcr gf tlui sL'hc.lil wna FIRE DAMAGES AUTO. Machine of E. C. Miller Caught On, Fiio From Overheated Brakes. A Ui.'vrot.'t aiilonuiliilo lu'lon-jiiifj to Millor was dimmed to ilio cx- ti'in oi Iliis itioriiing at oVU.i'k who 11 il (oi.k lin- al- the corner of Tw.'lfth uvi'inip ami si rod. U'irinj; uf car wits Gro hy over- lit'jilod limkca mill )hr Iho ak'.'hnl in Uio radiator. ciuisinL' u slartou ot Us own accord, L in; rear wheols Sveri1 locked tight by tlic The doorway from (he, outer room tlifv slid tlio slippci'y cleared of e very (li save two and tlui wenf 1 he titatuirs of 'the whieli vul aeross t he ion at SPVIMI! ticen boxed tip lo pi rveiit and crashed into t he hi to a rni un JM-WII in Ihr Miliil rock. Wolf il vihen it was too lale almost niliroly lukcn np witli an do lo il slopped or in nie tis-c il. 'away from tlic store Piece of Art. Much Damage to sides of bis ap- V.. tioLlinucr. nismaprr of the made of i-atno wiUnrs ]V) store, ;iiid (lie rlerks in DM- feel of tbe wuJls of the (Til. Thrry were beliind the barely room 1o pass around it. Iho nut of the store and surface was exquisitely carved an  dark of tlic enbfer- to the truvk, which i nrross chatuhiT siiuv toil" befori: Cfirisi nvoinio mid into the sjtoro. nover Ijoi 11, is one of the most wonder- unfil (bi? portion of 'it pioecd of unoient Kjrypl ian :irt work witliin limits nf iho discovered. H ovldonlly eonsisls It- eansed it (crrifie us several boxes or canopies, "one widi front, ftiiinlors ami (5 res were (be oilier. Inside the last one, thf molished and' fruit. and mcri'litunhVo Imrled of tbe 1'hiinioli wilt be foniu the exports firmly hrlievc, work ot" boxef very dillu-iilt, of (he Firemen Arc iind (ho iiiteiiFe heat. It, Tho front jiorlion the triu-k to work in the glare; of si atnl i 111: i in mediately ovc-r the- wliich t lie stilliii': rejristrr llie hot air furnace, in tin: at first (hat (he dcuth- Tdcrc is liardly uuv room give nnd [be honvv workers emjiiged in Inking tbe in dial event would Jitivo crashed (o piei-os. mi tin1 I'liruiuv causing tiro Difficult Job. break tho. Kjjypt inns mansujod to build elaborate "mid vostly imub within wore snnitmmed and alter ait tonili is iinknowiK Sktlleil worker.- ;ion it was fi-lt Unit tho Iieaw timbers tu the door would the weight of tlio I nick nniil if could be liavo put it bit bv hit in tho reslriotod spare, cut out of llu rook whore (here is uo fllimv mom ;it The rear Nvlitvln, howovor, wont 'The royal mummy was proktblv (Conliimed on Page 0) on COALSUPPLY Af FEdf EO BY FROM TRIP Dealers Experience Are Enthusiastic Found ,by Excavators as They Penetrate Inner Tomb of Tutankhamen. GOVERNMENT ADVICE BIG HELP TO STREET RAILWAY INDUSTRY KING'S SARCOPHAGUS IS WONDERFUL BIT OF ART Elaborate Ceremonial to Mark Opening of House of Royal Dead, Dark Since Before Birth of Christ. By DAVID LAWRENCE. K'onyrik'hl. in23, by Altoona Mirror.) WASHINGTON', D. C'., Feb. 17. Most yovernnienL oominissions appoint- ed to investigate sueeilic (jln their reports and that's tlie last heard of them- Tho nittioiiiil cnpiinl yes- tonifty wif i IIP cm'-niHshniro of an industry tlint 1ms profited by the J_'G VCTII UK-ill's iHKii-e anil coiue's Wk to expiosy U5 _ Three years (he cleetricr railway lining I ry, representing fin invent men t was on the .of et.llapro. Onr-sixtli of its total j imlea-ie, a tittb; more than miles of hack, abandoned or oivini: to cqsts- of lalmr and niatt-rijls out of the war As i-cwta went in'iuiv clcc- Irie coinjunu-s lound 'ihein- pflves hrtniu] hand and fool tiio f> IT nt fare and often had to appeal to MIL- eourts to remove barriers. 'Cite relief was so slow thai n plea uiado to ('resident Wilson to to in- Ihe ii (Eiy L'nitoii Pi-csjfj i-Vli. In tin; ViiLluy oi Uie wlioro y.iiOl) ycurs f.K royal funeral cortege of PlmrnoU 'I'ui- ankliiuiien niiirt-Lied in solouiu sUitc Llic- men nV a new ion nuiile prepnrHlii'US lor aiu-ieiiL nuniim-li out of t tie tcmih it- he liiis shnnbered i'or Ourlv-livc ten Inriep. Tlio jiiKMliu-ti knocked tlinniLzli .Pc-aJed door to llie inner niausolem iiiiH lu'cii clofod up tititil nil Is in ivud; Lie otluriiil, i-erctiioniiiL Ojieii The commission started wotl; in iinifihed its report in -July, When lluwiinl Curier juid Urn otljer excavators entered (lie inner tomb yes- terday they found ;m undreiinied-nf iveallh of KcjrptiaiL furniture, idols uml oilier objects of liistork-iu" all the adopted recommendations and years of opcnitiou, those companies, rppresented by the American Kleelnu Hiiifway are, holding a eon vent ion her ft for tho vory purpose of showing that it, ha ifiai tlie industry is grjiJuiilly back on it-s fret. J" he. Ii c s t fa ch u rgc d in a n v cijt.y now is 10 rents. More than cities tliiit Tlic average fart; U 7 Not more than twen- ty-five cftlc.H imve iieen to retain tin; "i (Tin. fare.; iiiul in a majority of tlu'-jc [Juire is a for trans- fers, wliu-ii really thr iolaJ lutvc! gone down tint they iiro  near Allnnim froni ii >al if hunled hy truck lo this tritv have boon luiay anil nn {C'outicuied on Tugo 0) ml took ......1-.. in III.- Miips 111. lirilliiinlly il'lilmiiiml.''iiV' Biii'jit.i roiili) Di.'in from ulu-iv Ificy Tlint llio movi'inoiit for (lie ,'slnl.. U.ilinUTit nf a from Toloilo. 'ii HUM Mas uml "-ail (hiring tin- K (nr catali. lunlo 1'rfnn llic n (if Obin lo coiimvt nor! lior (Coiitiiiiinl un l'a-v o) niniity roum ju :ili inlcrunU-il are in iiviloil, T" EMPLOYE IS HURT IN FALL AT HIS WORK .lolin A. JCisejihovior, :ii.'i'il of JOti Clu'slinit nvciinc. ,-till.loved 113 a lircinuii Hi Allunna V. il. A. liniMiii'.-. iii i.onlinr.l lo llu- Allo.....I vullVriiij; a Iractinv oi ril.s iin sid.' in H in tin- Lttsotnojlt In ami lie liad loit I In- oulsitEo wli.'n lie lalliii" ily1" Premier Bonar Law Informs Le Troquer Great Britain Is Ready to Withdraw Rhina Troops if France Wishes. ;'R. H. Marshall" Is Accused of Being Member of Gang Tfiat Sfolejiems oUWealthy Mrs. Schoellkopf. fEy Uullcil PI-CSJB.) KKW YOUIC, man knoirn us "M. It. Jlarsli.ill" anil alleged lo Iwvc lirrn a mi-nibcr of llio Irio u-lio robbwl Mrs. trcnn Si-lioollkopf. liuffalo, ol irorlli of gems lasl New Year's ere. lias 1'olico tor CougliUn iUmoiincpfl today. Mrs. Selioellkopf, vifi; of a million, aire mannfReture, declared that was dragged into a room aiul strip- ped of the jewelry as slie was Iravinp a. parly in.the aparlraent of Vratik Carman, actor, fortnerly of Columbus, 0. (rnveling under tho name m" M. HUldulpli, was tiikon from o .Moutrvnl train at Albany by detectives Inspector Conghlin said lie is knowT under aliases us H. H. .MnUlien-s, H. II Ifarrison nnd John P. Derby, and ip. in Los and San Fran- eiseo on charges nf rnissins; worthless I'Jieeks. tie was at one time a inorie aclor, KarriiiR in at Head poliee Detention of ".Murilwll" follovrd closely (he avrest uf (.'liailos Kiirlis, field in eonneetion with a roliljei'y at tile apiiltitient uf Mrs. Lit- lian last .Tilly. 1'ollolvilli; ml.heir" ot' Mrs. SVhorll kopf. a grniul jury indietvil "K. II .Marshall..I. r. unil Al t.cuis" as the trio who rented an apartment under that of Carinnn ttmt wavlaid the woman, LINES DAMAGED LITTLE. Minimum of Trouble of. Peun Central Due to Keeping Trees Trimmed Away. Tlie I'enn Central and IWcr liad uc. In oi'oii I lie period. (Uncials say this. .......itnalton is u> the fart (Inn aro t free iro.tn ir.v.-. 'I'nvs. tliev stale, are ln> ITU inies of llie tvunsmisHioii lilies. Whero (hey did liavc- Iroul.le wns it lowii wlierc sliaii.. troes an- llicir nipnnec. l.inlt.s from llio trees would lie lorn ,.11 anil fall un tiie 'irenkinj; lliem; lln- of uee.-' illier lireak llie wire, or wear tlie rct> up full of sap. .1. Kinor.v slinto. an oflleial oi llie I'enn Ceiural win. was in llio cast 'litml. part i.i earlier this wo.-k im for his linn, ,-ame IKIIIH- yotordiiy l.y way of (lie I.in- eolli highway. Wlu'i, on of the ELEVEN PERSONS HURT AS COACHES OVERTURN I'a.. 17.-- serioviftli, ivlio'ii two' i-.ia.'li.-I 'oil' Indian Viv.'k Vallt-y r.iili.iad oier- Innied ;i! Mill Ktni. 
                            

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