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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - February 2, 1926, Chester, Pennsylvania                                DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR DECEMBER 18014 FIRM EDITION With All Latest arid Best News of the Day 50TK 15335 CHESTER PA TUESDAY FEBRUARY 2 192G PRICE TWOCENTS MRS MARSHALL SEES HUSBAND AT PHILAJNQUEST Slayer Is Held for Trial at Formal Hearing in City Hall Dramatic Meeting of Pair e a t ur e s Coroners Probe Following u vcrdijt In vvhih ii uas Muled thru Aulia May Diolrkh if 22 11on avenue Xorwoud fame 10 her death from compropslon of the throat at the hands of iho dofeiil in the dock David It Marshall DeputyCoronor Hollers in IlKirge of an inquest in the Norwood doith today hold David I Mariiliall Philadelphia ohiropraciir and selfroufessid slayer for Iurlhrr court iiglion The iiiiuost wus onVM court room Hall Philadelphia persons iniliilins altentliuK FollpwiiiK the verdict Deputy Corj uncr Sfllers commanded ibe prisoner i 10 Ktand up What la your correct name MRS MARSHALL AS A BRIDE MacDADE MOVES i GROUNDHOG SEES LEXIKGTOH NEGRO THOS S BUTLER lnM in fhe room Gl2 or City several hundred Marshalls wife ho FOR COST REPORT i SHADOW BWRR GUILTY TO HANG SEES BIG CHANGE Senator Would Reveal Well by Keek Susan it looks ia LEXINOTOX 2 if we ire Roinsr to havo fix more jail Iho weapons of modern weeks of winter gosh dsuii suard outsldo the court one of Delawaro countys farmors eastern skios while jumping intt Comparative Ingurcs of wooicn K0oks thismornim the bin Administrations i scnic isiKh a whole lot of m M i i i jwealhor Tolls On Delaware Bridge lnioumihoK sus Said to Be in Danger in Assembly HAUHlSIIURO Fa I b jSen ator Albert llutlon of Chester has introduced i resolution which forprisoiuatiftn to mem bers of the CenMal Assembly of a full statement of reccipls and ex pend iluros of the Pinchot tdministru conildenoe in but thisi is n nnd If the little fellow ohiiucvs to soo his tOmd dor why wo are supposed to havo fix iivn wooks ot winicr llui ision we ainl had no wlint you would cull real winter blown this hoiiso 1Alwurd Harris Noyro was tried to day niul lo hum March f ii cliurjris of nmrdorin Clarence rryum and his two ohlldron ind at lacking liryaius wife j Thou njidor of death Harris wns startid biek to Frankfort i prison with lOtG KiiUIUls to euurd I him nKHlnttt death Harris pUtuliM i sillily and yfiitonced to hauir j fifteen minutes after tho bailiff i called iho court to onUy Harris was formally tried on a MMntory chnrKi In Kentucky conviction on this chnrKv can carry but penally to ham in the toutiiv in IN US POSITION i s c u sses National Affairs at Kid ley Park Meeting Sees Ixuarno Pact A gest Wo rid Event Centuries in PINCHOT MAKES REPLY TO POLITICS CHALLENGE HAIUUSBURO Feb I om a camlhlpte or not cin have notlilnffto do with thq umits of islrttlon before the Gonoral Assembly Governor Iinchot toiduy to tho oliiilleneo of Sena tor Bonbrakc Ktnnklln countyto dcclnro bis posi tion in of iho report that ho will run for Iho United Slates Sen ftto lu opposition to Senator George Whnrlou Ilpper of Thlladoiplila I qtieslloii whether n rawer con crsfilon of disregard for public wclfiiro by politician has ever been made own in rpnnsylvanli rin chot Onclurcd REPORTSHOWS 12097 HOMES IN CITY OFCHESTER Mayor Tells Council Also City Hoi di n g s Are Worth 155207 season VvpUr i few days replied which Iho rrlnn wns coinmiltoil th wiiilior pivphqls wife After tlie trttil lawyers and That may be trui dont happen to a but that Hint xulil er nt a wheihor Hiou Susnn or Hie hop can hang up u record is weutlur do pester MRS DAVID The above picture shows Mrs Mar shall wife of the stayer of Miss Anna Dietrich as she appeared when she was married to Marshall twenty years ago Pnvid L Marshall came she re ply Vour aiidrtsi was Ihe next lUestlon to which Marshall replied flfi Siinunitt avenue By wood I Heights j Marshall in Mr staled I hH he was fortyfive years I of age n nalivo of Frankford KanI say and hrul lived in Philadelphia for thirty yeftrw The Jury retlrfl following the tlmony of Ur W AVadsworth coroner physician and nationally known postmortem expert He told of examining the body He said that his findings allowed that Miss Die trichs death had been due to com pression of the throat Mrs Marshall who had not seen her husband since hik arrest had nothing to say while the was under way When she entered the room where he probe was held she did not no tice her husband as he sat with fiowoci head In the prisonersdock Marshall nervously fingered his hat as his wile made her way to the front but the pair did not exchange glances It was after1 the inquest that Mrs Marshall and her husband met for the first time since he was taken in custody their home more than a week ago on suspicion of being im plicated in the death of Miss Diet rich Asks Forgiveness It was in the office of tho coroner iha1 they greeted each other Marshal was led Into Uio dingy xnte room by two prison suartls Nowspapormen werohiialled trow thq plane an7 as they were they heard an anguished cry I Oh David David what have you done In Etiftod tones a musculinn Jennie forgive me Fornearly fivu minutes the alaycr Mid his wife were in conversation Mr Marshalls attorney Albert Werntck being the third persom In tho rxyim Then the guards r4ime TO lake Marshall back to prison where lie will trial Witnesses Called Mr and Mrs Aloxjtnder Schuht of Norwood were the firnt witnesses called They established tho idetuiiy of the dead woman Mrs Sehnhl testified tiiat Miss Dietrich was her lister Deputy Coroner George IT KigUy of Media testified to Mrand fiehuhl identifying tho body ai bis morgue County Detective O Smith of Delaware county told of tho C the body and tho condition of it Mr Smith was by Disj riot Attorney Fox Major SonuH head of tho 1 IhiladelphiT detectives told if his Investigation of the case and that Murshall confessed to him hat he chocked tho woman to death j in his office at 30 South Seventeenth I streetPhiladelphia 1 Attorney AVernlck attempted PLEADS NOT GUILTY IN EMBEZZLEMENT CASE heb vltb frnbozzlonionL of IM win AVhitson postmaster of Lancaster for ilic lust three yeart uas ar stftd yesterday He was culeii by federal inspectors Before Uniled States Oomniissionor Harry 1 Schools Lebanon He waived hearing and friends posted 10000 j Iwiil for his appearance in federal court Philadelphia Whitsun when j arraigned ploadcd not gulliy Healixinf that he wns trappod j when postal inspectors came to the Lancaatjr ofllcc several days atio j attempted to foil the inI vcstigiitors by seiidinff hispcrsoual check for fllOTfi to tlic LJnittsd States depository hank here while he had but Cliri balance in his checking account to cover Iho amount The hlgli finance failed WhitKon however wu able to maka ooraplHe rOKtitutlon wlirn friends hurriedy came to his risijuu with cash acid collateral Whttsons arrest came lile a bomb shell yesterday and croaied a sen yation almost ivithotiL parallel in thir city Despite the fact that the investigation had been under way some time there was no intimations of the impendingcrash lion The audllor senotvil is lo pividrids ofcity and Ioiiiilv folk pure tho report A slairiniiH of i ho watched fur suns appoaramv receipts and oNpciiditiiros of nil ml in divided ministrations since InT also askid l resolution that tiiri sixv funds llv hist three yiars of tbu 1iiulnti id niinistratioii be civon ill detail HoporlH from the Auditor IriiPrils ollico showed rMMiUly that Juvernor Iiniliots ihrei yir ulminislrniiii had Xpindod more than in ONCCSS of the amount spent dur ing the ontiro four teiin of for mer jovornur William C Sprtml Tho Jlgiiros canSlate wdt InI lerost becftiiSi oLT Governor 1liichota j Tissertloiis that ilurlns ihc time hat he has bofii in ollice ho has saved niillions of dollars for the State by his economics Appropriai ions brnl been cut and various economies 1 practiced by Uie CJovtsrnnr A corps of clirlis will rush the vork of tabulating and preparing the report nskol for by flic MacDude resohillon Ii is Ihe rojori will bo roady by the hist of ihls paperineii Iho only persons outsido 01 riiiirt ullUlnls permitted within j wi wnnt dniwled WoM I court house Imrrior wrro held toil j That the roiiinllios experkiicci nn miiuiirs to slvo Harris a sliirl itroublo in his shadow thlsj ivis bundled fniiii llui rimrt it was iho expression of himi house into tho antoiiuibllo of lumen It is iinpossihlr Tluiinns S Hiill leinUil comuiutilty meetini ol SVumsinrt tMiib of Kidloy lust i evening txL the Auditorium for the Inlltd to live In hiirmony with tlie oilier nalloiis of the world ACTIVITIES AT FORD PLANT SITE Millions to Be Expended This Year in New Con struction I A Kfhue state juljnliiiii giiicnil niul j Ifw piiSist iu llvliii alone the sprd for lrankforl 1 in IIos away Harris wus rcturmM sufoly j at 10ii a m 10 Frankfort Jail I spllo of mob violence DRY ACT TO BE PLAN TO SAVE OLD MADE STRONGER MEETING HOUSE Congress Vlans That Will Strike Hard at BootlegHum Changes Several Ideas Expressed to Preserve Erected in Feb The ni new dry legislative Continued on Page Two WIDOW IS MISSING IN NJ MURDER MYSTERY SELL GOES TO JAIL HISINFLUENCE GONE rrrrsBimcH A Bell once prominent llgurc in Penn sylvania politics banker and operator awoke today in the lienj comity jail to n realization that J his former power was gont Uell fsrilccl to get bail following bis 1rulny teuce yustenlny and his appeal and lie ivas compelled to spond the night in a cill iris appeal will be taken upin tho Supremo Court March S Sic nnd outhalf yoars in the coiiiiiy jallwith Hues of S19COO wis i tiie sentencft passed on Boll by fudge John H HenninKer in Criminal Court 1 N13W BRUNSvSlCK N J Fob L Mystery has entered the murder of a manbelieved to be James Ccrviiio Put orson X 1 restaurant num found deid it Milhowsi i week ago His pretty wife Peggy a waitress in the restaurant of was part owner is said10 have vaiiishedl from Patorson a few hours after departure Tho death of Corvino is tiiu most baffling of the kind Mldillpsev cotiuty hud to con tend with since Ihe WallMills mur der Tho tragedy frinj lo tho atten tion of the New Brunswick police when a bloodsinined bulletriddled Tulomobilo was discayored In Uio centre of ibe town Hevciil hours lateriho body of a man vas found tn a lonely section of Milllowij Kinil Migliorind Cervlnos business partner identified the body When It was learned thai the dead man bad s wife the police sought her to Identify die body ratcrsonj policc werenotified to lind her hut It vris xplaiiied tho woman bad i i been missing from Paterson since lasi ministra lions prognun desimitd to strike at ilio boot hi industry by strengthening tho VoLsiead Act is for sub mission to Congress Assistant Secretaryof Iho Treasury Andrcws said today that ratu bills iloallng with prohibition onforccinent have been drafted These bills iro in the hands of Soc rctary of Treasury Mellon When they n approved by the froasury chief a dry member of Congress will be to introduce ilioiii One bill Andrews snldwill nuiku 1 few amendmentsto the iirohlbliiou law in order to cover the many con flicts with other laws that have arisen since the adoption of the Kiiihtccnth Amend men I bill will rcvlso sections of thu to the actand the revised statutes with clearing of ships and gfi customs matters In aslciin for kKlilation strMifxthen the spots hi prohibition law Andrews will Congress io incrouse penalties liquor violations increasetho judicial machinery tho country so ail wet cases may be prosecuted with spped nnd to authorial tho issuance of searcli warrants without firyt qb tiiinlin evidence of sale of ilqutfr it is nnderstowl If wenjo In entor the of NntlutiK lel us do and stand by llui dccisloiiH of tho Iribinuil even though wo cannot pronounce th of tho men In it lvt us not eiurr It wilh a iUori of rosirvivtions allowus towithdraw nt our crsoiiiil iiHtliintUni Tho proalcpt ovtnt of Iho Insl iwiiily wiiil the Con trCHsmiin wna tho recent mncllnt of Jutlicr of ClvrniKiiynnd 1trlniul t Kranro In dounv incoilspkiioiirt 1 Kurdtii ln lOuropo mid ever n stein of beor nml u cltiir fhey nover toinvade the Iiuids of the i othor I The old Irlim1s MecliiiK Ibmscj wur this oouKrcssman Is Iho Market street bolow Thirdis not to i of tho oilier imtlons So i kiu an liold them lo tholr debts li drstroyiMl Without protest I In j uy WUKl no war am vo innoumimuiil made yesLcrday ibut tjronl poiioomnkorti of Iho u price bad been set upon the propj world nrly and ilnit the JJclitwnro County Hut it IH InhonMit In Iho nature National linnk Intrrestid in ac of iiinii tiiwlnh for tho tuslo of blood and is soon us proHperlty strlltes iv countVx they are reiidy for warn of Jcrniiiny In inll ilicy launch out ngiilnst tiio entire world for Ihft place In thj sun Tho went on to wiy Any arinaiiient boyojiil nccdi Jt L nullHI ls n iiicimio to that lintlon CoiiKiiisiuaii linllor touchyd on many vital topics Iu hla iipyoch which Jsipt tho liifbO audience In rapt at tont Ion pliadod for jnsl treat mont of oflicinls of tho tnwmakirH hi my tllhty yoars of Kervieo 1 Imvo nvl nnd known over SQOO loilslulorK nml Iipc Company Sen d s Kfiuipmcnt Pittsburgh Material Held Un II miiy still bo n few dnys licfoio work Is really started on the construction of Ilia proposed assembly plant for iho Ford Motor Company of Detroit at tlio former Mto of Iho Morclnint shipyard there are already vlHlhlu scenes of action und ytslerday thevo wero more er KOIUS aeon In tills particular section of thn river front thiin thoro luivo been for yturs Tho Jo OruiiKe int Plpo Cotnpdny of N luivo hud thtli the ground bus brought foi 111 several plans for tlio siivln of Ihe old hulldiiiK wns crpclcd iu JT3C and has been used oontlnu ovisly JIH a houso of Hincc thai time Since ihc Hickslto Irlnmla wish to bo relieved of the cost of keeping up tin place and havo arrunfced to worship with the Orthodox Friends one of ho most feasible plans Is fur t the siilo of tin iirfpcrty as iilannod Tho Bccniil i ljllt tl10 rutcntlon of thn biilldhiK lirllf m Srounct upon which thn for MARRIED BUSS LASTED ONLY TWO MONTHS AWAY rtivrtl IT r T n W t i U yesterday Lell was embezzlement and misdemeanor An ollicial of the W C T U Home convicted of I Fourth sireet and Morton avenue in connccLibn with tho of tho Carnetrie Tmsi Company of CarneKix Attorneys for Bell appeared beton Porter of the Superior Court later and obtained a sliporscdeas IJuil was set at TO PUT OUT FLAMES terOBato tho witness claiming hat it was not fair to the defendant to mnke a broad assertion of ibis kind without citing the events that led up to it He was overruled Major Wynne further testified tluir Marshall had told him that he XKW YtDtK Feb of the future will not movo outside he lire stalions to put out fires Charles in1 Kellogg California scientist in tide this prediction following demon stration in which hr put out a larjfe gas finmo with the vibration created by drawing a bow across nn alum inum tuning fork Kollopg experimenting fr the General Electric Company predicted dioked his victim until sho screamed llnt ach bouse in Iho fuiure would and that he then placed handkeri have ila sciinlincallv ilo thiefs in her mouth and continue 1 tfrmlnod and in the ovent of lire the hoke her until sh woa dead senpelt of a much larger tuning fork County Detective Hanley told of11 correspond o the pitch would accompanying Marshall on a trip i extinguish the firo the spot where the body was found on Uio Henderson farm near tho Rone RP Tree and of visitingtho spot where t olljO the murder victims heid vas found He also related that the prisoner bad admitted to him that he choked his victim There were a number of women in attendance nt tho iniucsi Following todays henrir n move telephoned to police hendriusirtors Hist nigh I that young man had becu tctint in n disorderly niamW In the vicinity of Ihe building add injj that one of the occupants shot it him when he persisted in his ae tions to annoy Detectives and patrolmen rnnile search of the locality but found no traceof the individual who was scon rnnnini cast on Fourth street fil he report of the revolver Shortly bnforo midnight John Linski 223 Concord avenue ws found lyiny lulpliss in the ally jiaralleliiio police heacliuarteis uvl into custody by Captain Iicteotivr Freimnth on suspicion of tho man for ihu ociipanls of tho W C T U Homo This mornin sistnut of the h Linski won nnuhli to identify him as the man winlet At i bcariuir before Mngistrati in police rouri Iinski disoharyd After a brief married life of two mouths a wife nnd husband are al kgcd tohave deserted their respec tive mates according to two of four Kuits In divorce filled at Media yes urdiy Another suit also states lc Bcrtlon while a fourth charges cruel and barbarous treatment Mrs Mario GUIuspie of U1 linst j Fourth Hlrcel this eity is alleged to havo deserted her husband Fdward Cillfspie of UluvciUh street Eddystone a tor two monlhs ot mat rlmoniEi I life structure stands Is very lurce and Iho building could be moved to the southwest corner of the property nnd walk built out to tlie street R vyas jiolnlcd out Tills would allll allow a very largo jilece of land to build upon Charles Palmer head of the incot when UHstioncd on Hticli iv said that JHI wasus ileatruuh any one UIUL tbc old building be VRlaliied as GhOBtora first pluco oC worship 1 am aura thut the Sfocloly of Fricnils would b willlnj lo co6pcr oto in retaining the old building pro viding tho grantor part of Ihe liiru could bo sold he lculiircd O Percy president of the IJelawaro County National Hank said thin u peraonal Interejt in preserving the building lie dp clared Hint the bank had tahcn ni definite riction regarding tho pm chnsc of tho property Dr Anna 13 nroomall one of 11 rrost nctivr members of tho Deli wnre County Historical is especially interested thai tlio build ing be preserved Of courso u nreat deal would nu detracted from it if Ihe property which siurrounds Ihe IIOIIHO sold but I vouldbe Ftitlsllod it only tbc build ing WIH saved nnd a little walk huh HI that we could reach 11 from the street real owners of thai property who paid Cor it have boon dead many years and I think that Iho present members ot the meeting should Ihmk a long time hofoni tluy givo up what iiimber mun from aenfllj to from DukuLu to Ibo Hln only met two whom hot worthy of public ho said If the people tiro desirous ot llio of this Maiiio ririuiile I Unvu I 1 believe ixnro Iliulpmbnlwhipped nnd eel up on a lot opposite tlie formor now jo onplcd by GushStill Compiiiiy Thn Lock comimiiy will flu j coiicrotusuwer plpo Hint wlllbc usovl i u thu constriictlun of tho now sewer ind n ropresentiitlvo of tho compiiny iifternoyti Htalcd that thoy iro In a position to start Immediately Jiit wero wultlnftfor n bollfr nspcclor tocxamlno their holler bi oro operations H Is ux liectod Unit thin company will bo nblo to commence today or tomorrow Thu New Jersey company will iCnctnrn Ibo foi tho A J Ituyki Compiiiiy nl ISiiHImorc who Huctirod llui conlrncl for tho luylng of thu now Hvwor line Tins lutlcr company 1ms i IHO nil the rmilpinont In thin and In a poHltlun tontart im mediately A IniKO Keystone oxca vntor or Ironch dlKdcr had mcain up this innrnliihM lid iho engineer in cbartjo snld that under wav they will bo able to complete tho inK hi iibout two wcuks llundrodn of men sucking emiiloy inont asKemblcd ut the iniiln entranci of thu Fonl plant yesterday and to day No dcllnito luforinntlon nii to when the Huat Ooiistruption nnrl Kn lncnrlug Couipjiny would Blurt could bpptven bnflt was lutlmatud Information slipwing tho real estate owned by the city to gether with facts pertaining to thn number and rsllmatedvalueof dwell ings stores and apartment was contained iu a mtssugaread by Mayor S H Turner at tile regular meeting of City Councilheld this afternoon In addition iltiives were submitted indicating incraiMO in the tandenc for better living conditions tho con tinipliited expenditure of millions dollars for improvement and enlarge ment of industrial plants and tho planned establishing of that will make for the progress and Advancement of Chcstei The report ulso dlscloses that tbero are 11103 houies inChesterin addi llou to fifil stores with dwellings and Id upiirtnient bouses a total of 12097 dwellings in Cheater Tho Mayors communication In full Is as follows of City Couneit H ban been Iho 6t thin ailmliilstratlon fortwo tv acquaint as far as possible thn tiix payurs and property ownerb tiio affuirs of Ibo City Frequently when It becomes necessary foi the CtU of llclnls to cxpeijd money the is where does tHIH montiy go ianil liow IH It The liixpayors havo a light to Know this anil tlie Mayor and tho otnet otliclnla havo boen trying togot imp sliapo all tho Information beatiij upon this ritiestlon for the enllglHeu inent ot thn ppoplo vlm furnthh Ihe money lo opcrale tho City Olir City Assesaor Albeit Jl Hughes has been coopei jllng vlti tlio Mayor and the other Depii tmfia heads In furnishing tnls infoi in itlon iind I want to publicly ommond hm fortho part lin has to pfve to tho taxpayers allpofSlblo life conduct ami the of their affairs as a City PoKslldy theretiro but few of tho taxpayers who know at th time that city owns In real estate Continued on rmovnl of n let then take tho nicnim tbiit the C lion provided them wltli ti moval for othonvlsc thes KiinnbllnB t nboitt Uie fcprcMontntlvoK only lends to tlio growth Heil propiignnda nnd IH destructive ami In no way constructive Ho iilwo cxpiOHSOd Hnllfjfactlon with KtiffraKO UyM nf oOn as their apparatus ur idls city from ALL DRY AGMTS FILE FINGER PRINTS U Continued onPago Four the ma I rou rind is Tbc couple wore married April and according to the null Llie desertion occurred Junu 2Ti ot the same year Hinkson IjOdward and Hinksoii represent Glllespie Harold D Lunt whose addressis was prized so highly by their earliest unknown was the husband who dci iminbcrs scrteil his wife Mrs Beatrice Lunt Tho building of 111L Tenth avenue Moore two rhonthf following their wedding Mr and Mrs Lunt were married at tflkton Md February 22 1922 anil resided in 1JOS Morton avenue this city until April 2 ot tlie same year when if is alleged Lunt deserted liis wife John A Pouleoii is the attor ney for Mrs LunL Hobert K Sprers of 4 Is within twelve voiri of bciiur as old as 111 Court i House ind I think that the poojini will bo sorry in future ynrs if it in pfimittcd to IK destroyed Although thn Dutch tind Swodii settled iu Ihe vicinity ot Chcstor iho city proper was really untiled by Qmikers and It will be a pity if uolhiiiK Is done lr their oriK ICast of worshir art avenue Lnnsdownc filed ti suit i The departure of the Hickfite for divorce against his Mrn Friends from thrir old building und Julia Spccrs of Denver tilorado j their to wondilp with the OrUi hut JAMES DOUGHERTY JR FURTHER IMPROVED ALL WORLDS ILLS I visited police statinK in his libel lliu fact that Hiijcdox Frlouds at flu old Wsitorvlllo had deserted him I Mcotin Jloiso TwonlyCoiirth mil Tin couple were mnrrlcJ nt Chestnut streets uiirks a nolibli step ton Mil July tl 101i and rrvlileJ loim 1110 history A thetwo Kroups of gelber at SCI Main street Darby Jml tho society The prfsont date lacks n f torvrirds at Colorjlo Mr j only two tho ontnary of Ihnf his wife dcsrrtcd i llio split lifjtwn Ib Orthodox nnd lim on March IHI lilio Hirksttc FrlindM in 1328 The A suit in divorce iartril coal of ninny mombirH of tho two by Mrs Klsie M CJcrc of tZt imtlnys has 1Tii to brinf about L tram avenue ugaiust her j the two proufiK husband Claiulo B Gore ot this Is beinrj in North Sixtyfirst streiit Chlladilphln many InsUinCs who is nllgrdhv Mrs Gore to liav j treated her cruelly and harbnrously RADIO FAKERS HAD FUN HOAXING U S FANS NKW YORK fikfirH In all pirta of tiio tJnltcd Stilton who announced thomHolvoH nn ini slatlonn frnm Anntrulla to KtiHnia had the tlniu of llnlr llvjti nt the of tho listening fuiiH dnrliiK th cthlrd International broadcasting teal week Fully 2 por cent ot the porfonR who reporled to ten I olllcluls tJnil thfy had henrd dlHtiinl were ilu vIctiniH of practical Jokers t few blocks awiiy accorrlliiK to A Nixon jf the Utnllo Coin Two particularly Hiiccessful hoaxes virc porpelrnted on Innocent liHten 1rn At OmahaNeb ono nlKht live bitndrod perwonH reported hcftil Cardiff Wales and ATierdccn Scot land two aUitloiiB schodiilcd to take pnrt In tho test Such frauds Mr Xlxon said are to engineer Tho radio Jokci liiniMtn a microphono baween the nerlnl iLiid ground leads of hla re cutvintr not and makes his announce ment into It Most of tho f niter ifler themselves an for fijn HtatloiiP plnytrt phonograpl ronrilK which were transmitted foi L ihort dlHtanco HIS ADMINISTRATION PLAN io week before thln voulil arrive In ChiHtor Answeringthe vilmc rnjeotion L thousand tlinoi ii rbiy lag rliliiy IIUB been file uxperknci ot ho Kcnla walclimai ni tho inn in nto of the ionl plant In thlH cliy flu vecnui tniiiloye ot tho Detroit iianufactnrcr Is courteous to all In julrlcs and even though linhiu othor xvftrk to do In nlwayi KCCIIIH to ible to sparo tho ttino to Klve each icrKOij a civil reply Since tho nowf wan printed tlint ho contract for iho niiiMiUve nssum ly plant hail been aworiled to fttist Contracting nnd Compauy of thrc been nn inllux of workers of all typos Lo this soekhiK umploynutnt from Kiinrliio until minsol for the rlays there IIIIM bocu a cor tlnual Mtrcam of men Hochliif infor matloii us to whun fiperfilions will b whom men aio boiimr hired bow Inir the Job will probably last ami dlvorn other This piornlnn thcrc yviiH a record rowd around the yaio It IH istl matid that shortly boforo 7 oclock there huiilredH of They came innil lypes of iintomo lllos and porno of the iars boro 11 IKCH from adjolfilnpr HIUIIH and nuvnrnl wero from Marylnnd Tin aiipllcantH wero Informed that thert no representative of th rontrac tors in Chester yet fjomo optimistic oneri remalnrd until noon ASKS TAXES FOR U S ROAD SYSTEM ofj loir AVsTstSiit he It cntployoHof the Fedenil Diy Cu urccinont to hnxo fin prer prinlM ninduniid with r1 ohnl iulmliiliitraf 6rH Prohibition ofllcurHhpie svld todi hat thewe II nher print i win biCOID Hired with Justice Depirrneiit rei irils and recordx lit pollcu ers tlirouKhout the cpunti and tin Iry cmployo hiivlner a erimlnul i c onl wilh be dismissed from thtv ser vice til onco t NEWTRAFFIC SIGNS New traffic Hlgns werejdaeed in osition this morning in Oio i entiil illings scone thedirection bl eiKeant Jiuslior head of the traffic division ot tho police department Herctotoro Uio Ictlerlnpr on tlie principal alsiis read One Street intl Xb Trfft Jland Turn1 Thonew signsread One Way 1 No Left I hr letteis r uheH flccp Hi6 blaiU on t baokKround tiio sipiia mou ltiK nix feetln length Aow aring the words Ihllidclpbia ind aro nine bonj placed on thu main thor ouKhfnres for the benefU nuto travelers Topics of Times will dieted made to have immediately by thc in Grand so that hta trial will take place Reports from th Taylor Hospital Ridloy Parlr this morning intllcntt d i and to have offered indignities to 1 the ixmdition of James Dougherty person HI AGO Feb of jjr jf Ridley Jark to be still and Mrs Gore wn mirrkl the true spirit rf thiChritian ther improved Dougherty vas sliot jot Klhton Mil January 30 Ili aiil ligion will do mrrr to save tlio j through The riiest early Saturday J resided at IoitMown liilmlelpbiii anj ai Collihgdale where it Is ul NAME COURT ATTACHES AND FIX SALARIES world from strife than the League of morning by Patrolman Anthony Nation the Court and the Evnngelisla known as Tony Mike Locarno pact combined tho lit Rev John fInnlncr Murray bishop of the episcopal church taid in an addreSH here today Her Mur ray spoke at the SSUh nnniial conven tion of iho diocese of Chicago Religion is tlie bilanec wheel of American govrrnment Die profile dtiring roomf gelista is still r priHonr In the Keparation oruurreiJ lunuary county jail awaiting th oufeonic of 1C F Lofioy Van Koden is Doughertys injuries ialtorney fJoro and Speers in their respective siili SUFFERSDOG BITE ibis mopth We aro not attcmptinq to niil incl said Distiicl Attorney ox Weare eping to treat this case an ordinary oneand want to irot il off tbc docket as soon as possible Mrs Marshall yesterday reiterated Vr statement thai she would ntlok t John Krinda J13 Wilxnn slrcci by her hubaud whiln nn bis way home last ut dont IIHVC any any I MfCC Mil FlPm RDHrF i and Ward srrls waa at inorc she Im just numb IfllCi iakrd a rioz which t him in t cannot Imagine what would i nAXITMTinu i ll fl Wfli taken to the make mm do such a thimj If it is KM K Al l iN IllN ChcsUT Jlospitnl iud the severe thhe they say about him ill WU1 iiUll rntijn ty tbr crlnillo and being intimate Miss Mildred Bruce dniichtr ofteeth was csiitrirfd Accorilinp to and ifshe had come to mi and told IJurgoss John Hruce of ls j report fiUd with ihc the do me I WOMM gtill have believed in a patient In the Hahnomann hospital I which atlickod Krinda la vicious inrl him IhilTlelphia winre rhj unricrwont hns bittn 3 nurnbr of peoplfi H r I won Id n t crej Jf n hunnn operation yostorday Her oondl women hil nmc and tnlkefV lion it iof lodny roported crit about my husband He knew that ri Miss Hrnois a member of ilu woiiHl take his word of Mniiwn M Iv by Mrs Gore Khc wip forcl coiivnrstiUon in llio bar to leave her husband bccaiiMof thcj the Colonial Hotel Evani abusive Irenlininl toward hr The i The annoiintTrnent of the full np and tli fixing of the wilar COAL STRIKE PARLEY money My husband in n bnnk and choir church Tlir parents wrc to tbr bjnido nl mirlnislil I have no bad only 60 rnly aptict a insurance policy The house whoro we live belones to j STUDENTS SEFEK MISSED BOY my parents nnd isnt pnjj ior she YONKKRS Feb 2 i Twentyfive hirh school boys led a search today for Geoffrey Jt A Tas TO INSTALL OFFICERS kcr 15 Md fOn of a wealthy I rrnltv missinir iincc hnn ItalianArrericn conl txvo rspito in IKH L ha 3 bjfn held on and tho men upon whom do pcnds an unimnriiptod of rui T credit nnnapcr ot iliracite for the next flvr il ths Sun Oil and n direc miltedly vei wiihom dyfinltf course tor of the Philadelphia Credit Men of p rl fn li owned by a fnnily llvinir 523 Wtst street CREDIT MAN AT KIWANIS i in IXlawarc ruiintv for lLj was j i mndj this by JudgeM saicl i Johiison and W Roger KronHle j tli nujjority of the appointments rilarlfi wirr while TO MFFT AHAIN IV DILiJUi rtUnlll iULril i jointed as court rit to sncccel tils jfnthrr whi iiiod i moiitiis aico ncprcsmlaliveH f ntlirncitci wi l5ft miners and rperjaors returned Vlr lf years Ihiladclrhin todnv for 1 i court effort to build from the wreckage of crlcr i of tnt hla s ted proposals a titK llrni to end Hlpplo the bard conl II Iadiiiiiis 1 lluwanl lw dom Irnnk Thomac Charks 1 Tb 1 CoolidKo throiiKh his Whlto lions Hpnkosinnn totltiy hit back at crlticn i of hln odmlniBtratlon foreign and ilo j nuMlr i He Amerlrin ailhcrenoc1 j tu the WorlJ Court donicd that this onntry wan bcltu ld Into the I ot Nations reasscrtcd bis idcHlro speedy arms ctrnforcnce I maintained that Ihc national defense Is aleiuatf and insisted that Hie id ministrallvo ilepfirfnvnts ot govcrn niont aro furictloniiiK well H I IN STAMPS TAKES FROM POSTOFFICE WASHINGTOX Feb ruction of a nationwide system o highways whlcb win link tho na tional capital wlta state capitals and Important cities throughout the country was proposed lit a bill In troduced Intho bouse today by Rep resentative Holaday Kepublican II TlnoiB Jfoladay said his proposal wns Identical to the plnn adopted by the stat6 of Illinois which resulted in the system of roads there now He proposed sixtyfour routes with n totnl mileage ot 53000 The mcnFiirn the Issu ance of of United Slates bonds lo finance the construction and levies taxus on automobiles and gasoline to beUMed In tho payment of Interest and principal on the bonds Tho measure proposed an annual tax of not less than IO on motor ve hicles operated foe hire jnd T a year on nil other motor vehicles operated over the proposed syntem together with a tax of onehalf a cent a gal lon on gasoline read with reuret tint t color 1 resident of the Xintli ward receivel aalioL In tho hip Siinclny This isnt ctinsideixd halt aa dangerous as shot on the hip Quite a few carpenters appliedac Fords plant for a Job yesterdny aro biRinnlnfr to think lhit the bat arc fhlngiing all the roofs A New York doctor says that note makes bljj ears This statement wil a lot of people away from futur political meeting1 A of of Association will Ildrcsr the mfm i Tiie joint coMOn hers of the Kiwanis Club it their to meet nt 130 p in weekly incelint tomorrow at nonn at the Chjstor cluh will MA FERGUSON SUES Fptik on HKJ fiiliicct REITON Fb rodcn and Sainuel A oodfaiilk wre s tlpplnvts il ialarles of 420 ovor I11 year Anasiaria nnd 1 elix Sanlitll Wfre rourt in terpreters for I J2C nl n Mdnry f JUlOfi IAWTUCKKT K I Feh incroaso I lal authorities and police todvy Icnu dial smisjht four men who yesterday eni clncirerrt Hie blfrnt pohtollico in Xow KnclandH history ICnrly estlmatfH by prminT lors were thnt about SOOOO worth of Htanips had been ntolcn hut the final rlicokup showfl the aycrofrat value nnrly DROPS SUIT FOR FORTUNE TO LOAD 20 ENGINES PAUIP lreb Kelly Gould today dropped her suit in a Iarin court against her former hus band Frank Jay Gould whereby she sought to recover of the fortune ho on the day of dissolu tion of thtir marrliKe At the same renoiinced the use of Uie professional I name of Gould in I vorlt The i au ycnr of TSO NEW EVOLUTION VIEW County j bj held tonight at meeting i Third and Kerlin streets f ha president of the leaguo Cheva lier NIchoLis Albanese will preside the purpos of he merlins being for the installation of officers Following the meetinE refreshments will bo served 113 AMERICANS DIVORCED W8ECK AT GARFIEUD N J GARFIELD X J Feb lal dersiimerit of the locomotive on a PARIti Feb courts City bound com ran ten local crantcd 330 divorces to foreigners durirc January of which 113 were Ptitesraan vas filed In DlRttlct to Americans IONDOX Irb I I IltiOflOJ aratnt Airfcus Webb superj Tribesmen of Africa beliove that I intendent of the Texas itiSaloon from men who j Ixague and the American j years ago look refugo In thr forests Compiny ol Austin puliliaher ot the when they wero In debt These Austin American and the Austin Ktfamfr Is now at of the Bald i win Locomotive Work Fddystone and will load twenty for delivery at a Firnzilfan port A survuy was mado yostorday hv ren i of Murphy Cook ind Cimpany for the loaflliisr of the en STEAMER SAFE Dotectlvu Freimuth went to York city and brought back an alleged murderer The evpecience of coining back to Chester with polic protection inay prove killing tor the prisoner We have rm inquiry from a reader who wants to know where the popu lation of this country is the most douse Thats easy from the neck UP A local pawnbroker tells tis thai men of his line are preparing to branch out In a social way AVo sup pose that their entertaining will be still limited to three balls per seisoji A woman who abused was lined In police court You sec It wasnt the cops wife representative Little of Kansas has a bill toald the farmers Gtiefs this coujd bo rightly called Help for Farmers Mike opines that you meet a lot 01 people like dictionaries They know a lot of words but cant say any thing Malcolm Pcdrlcken successor lo Charlie JIason Is a of Tommv Foleys In Lhc Internationil Charles ton contest Sheik Harry and Barney Fish are their trainers POSTPONED HIS HOP Fcarctl lost In flic terrific giles that swept the Atlantic the last month the British freighter Ryfourn enteen days overdue on her vovape from Rotterdam today reported oft i the Delaware capes stonmlng Into Iron train tied up traffic of the county division of the Erie Riiiroad here today One of the cncines axles countrj wcro broke many cirrs itizens Involved of in no other balf as Court here late yesterday by Gover nor Miriam A Ferguson and h r husband Tamrs F Feruron debt tribesmen according to Rev C Graham a missionary to man as foort thereby j differing from Rome f their neigh bors in Ibe Congo Feb 2 R K j nianrtfrr Pimnn Frnnco prefer I ivlitor fiynsr frnm lo today rlcnMed lo postpone until rlawn Thursday his next hop thrit of IJio de Janeiro FINDS BODY OF INFANT The body of a clayold Infant wrapped and In a box was found hy a resident of Ocden aboul half a mile north of Ogden station The i body was turned over to coroner WASHINGTON Feb Pennsylvania Cloudy to night and Wednesday probably in south and rain or snow in nortn portion Wednesday afternoon not much change in temperature mod erate ihifting winds becoming notheast and east Sun rises 700 a m Sets 519 High water 445 a m Low water 1203a m 7 and 501 p and p m nw   

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