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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - February 23, 1926, Chester, Pennsylvania                                DAILY MERftdE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR JANUARY 18198 mm FIML EDITKHI 4 With AH Best News of the Day oOTIl 15353 MOTHER WANTED TO KILL MAN WHO ATTACKED GIRL Parent of 8YcarOkl Vic tim Tells Dramatic Story pf Crime Ottilio Jeffry Held With out Bail Brother Has Bail Fixed I bad not given my brother is sun 1 would have shot and killed That declaration wps made by Airs Anna Jeffry street n police court this morning when her brotherinlaw Otttlio Jeffry 21 years old arraigned for a formal hearing on the charge of having crim inally assaulted Jlrs JoffryS Syear od daughter Anna Manning last Friday night Ottilio was committed without Tail by Magistrate Berry for trial at the March tcirrn of criminal court nrul his brother Joseph M Jeffry stepfather of tho child was hold in 500 bail on the chartO of aiding his brother in ait attempt to escape by lurnlshlng him with money Warrants for both nien were sworn out by Captain of PoliceCummlngs following an investigation conducted ly Detective Sergeant Cosgrove Irfvcry precaution was taken to guard the accused Italian noone but po licemeu and witnesses in the case being in the court room during the progress of the hearing Immediately following disposition of tho case OUilio Jeffry was taken to ihc county jail Thu brother made iirranpements to furnish security for and was locked up until the bull piece was produced Mrs leftry was the princlpn ness Slio testified had put Anna in oclock About CHESTERPA TUESDAY FEBRUARY 23 SHIPS PRETTIEST SNIPER TAKEN LlKESjTO SHOOT SaysHe Killed Two to Rob The prettiest girl aboard the S S Contc Biancamano on its last trip to New York was Miss Katharine Murdock daughter of Victor Mur dock of Wichita Kansas passen gers voted PRICE TWO CENTS Then Fired Up Tracks to Cover THREE BABES BORN AS HOSPITAL FIRE RAGES IDK wit ns follows I her crib about S S30 oclock OUilio went upstairs A Khcjt time later while 1 was seated downstairs nurs thc baby Annit came clown and rying asUed mo if she told me what had happened would I whip her I that 1 did not know why I should whip her Then snti told me and when I examined her clothing 1 was horror stricken I went lo the stairs and called to Ottilio asking God Ottilio what hayu you done to my He did not answer at first but a few minutes later when 1repeated my pleas ho said with a shrug of his shoulders 1 dirt U and you can shoot me iC you want to Im ready to die anyway1 Continuing Mrs Jeffry said I save attention to Anna and then sent the boy for his father at the mill where hi works at night When he camo homo and 1 told him what had occurred we font for n doctor Dr Isadora Bicley 2131 West Third street testified to having been summoned to tho JeCtry home and OL rnuking an examination Detective Cosgrovc also stated that tho fol lowing day Dr II C Donahoo city physician had also examined the child Replying to questions propounded ny itagistratc Berry relative to his ge and past the prisoner admiUdl ihat he had served time in the Slato j Delaware for a similar crime During the hearing tho prisoner In a highly nervousstate kept his roving about the court room Ho clearly showed tho strain he is laboring under and yesterday it was necessary to take him to Chester Hospital for treatment of illness at tributed to his nervous condition After Ottilio had been removed to n cell preparatory to being taken o Media his brother Joseph was arraigned Detective Cosgrovo IRS lified that like Dr Bieley who had been called to the Byram street home Jeffry hnd failed to report the happening 10 the police department and in addition Jcffry had assisted his brother to elude apprehension by he police and by furnishing him with money with which to purchase a ticket for thillipsburg X J as sisting him to get away Jeffry was scored hy Magistrate Kerry who stated Knowing youi brother had figured in similar iroublo before Im surprised that you would permit him to enter your home But I suppose if was due to this lltllo girl not being your own child that you gave ail your sympathy to this brother of yours Ottilio Jeffrey was arrested last Saturday morning by Captain Cum mings just as lie was about to board i train for Philadelphia LOSES HIS WALLET THEN IS FINED Thomas Gouldrlnjr vho says he i connected with the Seamans Insti tute Philadelphia bumped against al kinds of trouble durinji a visit t this city last night Shortly after midnight Patrolmen MvKeniiii and Rosen found Gouldrlnf wandering about tlie Bethel Court district nnd ordered him out of the restricted zone advising him to board a Short Lino trolley car and get back to Philadelphia A half hour later they were ap proached by the same man who In excited tones declared ho had been lured into a house on Welsh street near Secondand robbed of his wal let containing 295 In checks aiul cash The policemen accompanid him to the locality but ho was unable designate the houso in which ho claimed to have been robbed Lying on tho sidewalk near one of the dwellings the oflicera found Gould rings wallet and it war found to con tain a check for 100 but there were no other contents McKenna and Rosen accompanied Gouldrlnyr to police headquarters KO that he could file formal complaint of the alleged rubbery and no sooner had he entered the complaint room than lie became so disorderlyitwas found necessary to place him in a cell To day he was lined 10 and costs on thedisorderly conduct charge and in default was cbmmittcd for SO days all the money he had aniountlhg only to OMAHA Xcb Feb Carter HV Itinerant farmer and confessed phantom gunman who vas terrorized Omaha and Council Sluffs for ten days slew two men seriously wounded a third and shot up a dozenresidences and stores bo cause ho just nets the inclination lo shoot lie told police last night Carter was captured walking along it railway track near Rartlett thirty siM mllea south of here yesterday when C C Bruce a section foreman recognized him by a leather coat prominently mentioned in broadcast The pis tol equipped with a silencer which was Carters weapon in his career of crime was found in a makeshift holster of rubber hose concealed un der tho coat William L McDevItt a dairyman and Dr A IX Searles were shot sn that they inthht be robbed ami toll no tales Carter said Ho iddcd thru the McDovltl liilliiu was in vain as he was forced to run when a pedestrian appeared before the rob bery could be accomiiTiKheil Pr Henries watch was found on Die killer police said Carter said he killed 8carles after the doctor re fused to shell out Carter will Hover KO to the electric chair for his crimes physicians who Gxamlncd hhii todav said Carter will be dead or a ravins rnuniit before lotral machinery put ting him to dcruh can bo operated iho doctors said The nrisontr Is In tin last fstatci of aixKia and iho disease has al ready eixlen into the brain making Carter irresponsible for his acts at times doctors said At other tlmos ho is perfectly normal Init wluii thi disease is working on tic brain lie becomes a madman YOUK Fob chll dren were among tho 15 rescued early tbday from Iho Hay Kldgo Sanitarium when lire destroyed the Interior of tiio twostory franm and stucco structure One man was oil tho operating tablo when tho blaze began but sur geons completed their work nnci the patient was wrapped In blankets and taken through tdriving snowstorm to tho nurses homo next door Many of thu women in the hos pital were maternity cases ami police received i report three bablc were born during the excitement il the lire The sanitarium authorltiet refused to comment on the report When quarters in the nurses honu became crowded prlvulo homos in the neighborhood wero thrown open while most serious cases were taken to other hospitals THIRSTY WETS Hug Closely Washingtons Recipe for Beer Edge and Empringham Talk GIRL FIGHTS OFF TWO ASSAILANTS Mother Frightens Away Men in Army Uniform Who Attacked Child SWINDLE CHARGE JAILS SUSPECT Youth Is Accused of Work ing Several Schemes Here to Get Money NEW TOHIT Fub spread over tho East fcid today at reports that a sniper of tlie saint typo captured in Omaha b hal made two appearances durinij the night Happy Jim Bnrnslory one of a trio of Negro minstrels was killed by two bullet wounds in hii back last night us ho walked with his com panions Robert Innon another minstrel wan wounded while the third Hobert Corkscy escapedin jury COST OF LIVING TO GAUGE P R T WAGES COAL ARRIVES AND PART OF LAWN DISAPPEARS Is a ruined lawn worth tlio pries of the arrival of a ton of coal This proposition was forcibly ad vanced to aParksdo resident upon hie arrival homo last night shortly after a Chester concern had success fully dumped 2210 pounds of fuel into the cellar Thetruckdrivcrto make his work easier drove across the lawn ot the residence and after chuting the coai discovered the vehicle was badly mired ihe front wheels being cov ered up to the hubs After vain efforts to free the machine a hurry call waa sent to Chester and a second truck waa sent to the scene In a few min utes thismachine also was mired deeply and another telephone call brought a third machine With the aid of niighbors and by the use of much gasoline plnnHs and borrowed earth ihe two imprisoned machines were freed The lawn by this time resembled a series of sub way excavations The householder philosophically is telling his neigh bors ho has the only sunken gardens in tho borough Wages of Philadelphia Kapid Tran sit Company employes will rise or fall with the purchasing power of the dollar under u new compensation plan announced the company yester day The Mitten ijs designed to incipase production iihcf to enable labor the producer to participate in tho increased economic result its effort Detention of the purchasing power of the present wage Is assured under the following arrangrmcu as out lined in tlio P II T publication A miinber of varied market bas kets with fixed contents IITVO been prepared tho prices of which nro de termined from uionth to month by i bureau working under tho direction uf the general Thowagespa Id are to bo eo ad justed upward or downward that at ill times the contents of the pay envelope shall be siuliclent to buy the same number of standard market baskets regardless of the changes in their price upward or downward to the end that whether the prices that have to be paid for tho neccs vsaries of life rise or falU the wage will always bo Hufllcicnt to maintain the present standardof living James Murphy 2S years old av reileil at Fifth and Penu streets last night by Detective Frelmuth and Iatrolmen Donaldson nnd Talboi on suspicion of obtaining money by falsu pretense the complainant being James H llagshaw treasurel ot lliu Moyainenslng hooic and ladder company was given a preliminary hearing before aglslrate llerry in police court this morning ile waj committed pending further investi gation 1ist Saturday Thomas Boyle rl2 Soventh utrcpl complained In tho piiilco that Murphy hud duped a merchant on Rpronl street and a short time later a Tinlh street busi ness man and two Xcgroes lied sim ilar compliilnlK Boylu said Murphy approached Iho men with a proposi tion to join the Moya flro company of which Boylo Is a trustee and had colltCtrd JlSO as tho Initiation fee When he departed they became su ploioiifi and making imiuiry at tho truck house learned ihat Murphy was ntft a member arid had no ati thorlty lo collect initiation foes The two Ngroes Etory to tho rfiect Ihat Murphy had stopped them on Fifth Klreoi ami asked them It they wanted work They said he informed them his father had a big garage in Atlantic City and that he could place them in goodpaying po slticjiui for tinHummer months pro viding each paid him to cover the expense of drivers licenses in this state and in New Jersey They had given him the money but when he failed to return with tho licenses they they had been flim lainnied aiid reported their1 troubles to tho police WASHINGTON Feb hundred thirsty wets llstentd to many facts concerning the evils o prohibition at last flights facetholucts dinner here wtilch s supposed to mark tho beKlnnlng of tho wctandilry Arainaxeddon but argomeut pro and con puled before tho facts presented to tho ilhverti on page slN of tho illuminated and elab orate menu On page six was George Wash ingtons reclpo for sniull beer written In his own handwriting and with detailed Instructions of how to lot It como to u head In warm or cold wiathcr And ovcry ono pvesoul left iho hotel guarding his menu as carefully as If it had been a copy of a hill repealing ihu Volstead act The oratory of such speakers as Senator Kdgo of New Jersey and tho analysis of prohibitions faults by tho lUv Dr James ICniprlngham thrilled tho wets but Cloorge Wash inmons boor recipe warmed them rind hold out pleasure proappcts It may have more fitrreaching of focts lior the ollirials of the Associa tion AgaliiKt the Irohlbltion Amend nient which arranged aiid sponsored Uiti meetingmay be prosecuted on a charge oil violating tho law prohibit ing publication of roclpos for intox icating liquors Wivyno H i Wheelev connsol for tho AntiSaloon ltaguo has clearly iudlciucd he may bring tho matter up for Judicial at ntlon whichis just what the wcla want The diner1 giving scant considera tion to this formal arguments Imme diately plunged Into a tllBuussion of the chance the government would have if It made the attempt uf prov ing its case Could It bo proved they aslud whether tho recipe so bfteii tisnd i Mount Vernon produced u drink that was intoxicating Kenator 1Mye struck ihu keynote of lhi wets demand when lie lcclnrvl It was a ciuostion of having common KLIIKI Uni pern nee or hypocritical pro hibition enforcement Senator Edges Speech Srnator liilge fathor of Iho llll rlclivered iho lilt of the linner Ilo wan cheered for tuenls minutes Tho canipuigu for common sense ttvnperaiice as a for hypo critical prohibition which docii not Iursuit by a frantic heeded iho warning of Impiiulirii dtniRer given by a number ot chil dren was iho moans if saving her fourteenyearold daughter from be liu tho victim ot a criminal iiiisauU by two vaunt men last nttrht In tho vicinity of Fifth and Icnmll slrivts Tho Klrl is Mary Smatlivouil diuiRhliMof Mr and Mrs llarrv Snuilhvuod 111 VYosl tjecond streol Immediately following report of Ihf occurrciicu this morning Detectives CosKrove Faivndiiy and Haynes he nn InvesllKUlon nnil nomvli for two young mon nttlrcd soldiers iiniforin Thu ulrl iiifftrinfj from Muiek duo ID her cxpciUnco at the hands of Iho men Is In bed at hot homu and innkr tha rare of a Murphy tob ether chance denying ho was the individual wlloliud duped a nuinb investigation by tho detective bureau TRUCK OVERTURNS TWO MEN ESCAPE MOVIE SLIDES BOOST CITYS ADVANTAGES LAYING FOUNDATION FOR NEW SEWER WARMER WEATHER TO FOLLOW COLD SNAP Continued on Pnne Two 2iOOOTDEATHS IN U S IN 1925 ON HIGH WAYS AVASHINOTON Feb and hlehwny accidents lfisuHed In more than 1M001 deaths in the Untied States last year the Mtatlntliipl com mittee of the national confcrciico on Ktreet and reported to Secretary of Oonimercu Hoover loday While lie annual nuinbor of au nicn in this city a few niontliH lomofoile trafJIe fatalities is Browing through similar schemes Jits plea year by year the rate of increase waa unavailing Magistrate Berry which mounted whatply from lo committing him pending continued declined greatly Six 1521 and 92fi the report unld In automobile fatalities in reastl 4 per rent III Vr22 1J per the Increase was 2 ler cent In the trend of the nliillty increase rrilo dropped hack o 6S per cent compiired with iml the itij figures Indicate a fur ther rocisMion ofabout 2 jjer cent Tho commute pointed out that Cambridge Mil KM Denver Newark J Ouklnnd Calif St Paul nnd iyracme showed progressive reduc lons In automobile fatalities both In 1521 ami 1ULT Information obtained by llio de tectives ruvoaKil that yesioiday afternoon whllo the tfmiillwood girl and tho tin UK liter of n niitjhbor wore standlm at Second and Dowel slroelH they were approached by two men In army nnltYnus ono ahoui and tins other u fow years older They Iho jtlrls In conversation and when yonnf men tjuKKestcl moctlnt llinn early In tintveiiltiK and lakini them lo a nearby moving picturfi iluatrc tho Klrls loM them they wotiUI luivo lo risk ihoir parents permlaiilon It happened that Mrs Suuillwood standing il u front window of her honii hud seim Uic Mnldlcis and girls talking and when her daiiKhdr en iPivd the house nnd rcnutHlcd per mission lo KO lo the movler with hoi hlrl friend and he oldlcis Mrs iimnllwood offered no objection be cause Uic theatio was only Ihreu sjuarrs away Tho moilKv of tho oilier how cvr refused poiinlsslnii and when film did not nppear m UK appointed lime thnSnmllwouil iirl nccoinpanled Iho soldiers Upon ronchhiK Third and Pennill strtcis1 and MtiirthiK herons Third Alary crtRon Klalliic tlmt the Ibealrc was one sinnirc to ibo east on Third street Kl Lloyd Mreel One of her now found companions offered IB an thai limy walk Jirouml tho Niitiniv It wan not llim fur tho iiciTorumnru to stiirl At Union xtrcol nilduny between Third and Fifth urcotH when tho IIIPII each grasped her by an arm thu jlrl frightened whereupon one of her Hhe ilkied pre vented her initdiiK furllnionlnry by tlnclntj hlii free hand over her mouth Her llrst cry of alarm had attracted a iniliibeiof children near Union and Iouiioll Mtriets anil linowhif thu nnd nculiiK tlie her toward tho brldnt over ihe railroad iluy ran to ho Smallwond home nnd ex citedly told tlio flrls mother what lhfy had seen AStih fear fnr tho safety tC her BLACKHAND THREAT DETHOIT Mkh Fcb anonymous Black ugainot tho life of Uenlnmtno Gigil Italian tenor received on hla arrival hero lusl night euused hurried cancellation of u ringing moni for tonight and nichi of tho star from VJulioll 1C Glgll wants to adorn it slab In tho ho unexplained note let him try to sing in De troit Wu will oil thin canarya throat As the nou was received by police before tho star arrived from six dLteetives met tilgll at the Mtcli Central station While every effort was maclo to kiop thc information from him iventually Teamed of Iho threat and Immediately changed his plans i On checking out of the hotel early oday tho siiiKir left and explanatory loli wllh thu night management tht hotel Mrs isobcl lintsi singers manager said Nhe ho Imti im u New Vorlt but Mr Galls New York U K Johnson lephniui inn today ho also wns without definite word Tho threat ened Hinder was too frlnlilcned sho said In explaining CilKlls depart ure from Detroit FLO LEEDS TO MARRYINPARK Verified Other Woman in Stillman Case Money Settlement for Son ELKS HOME TO BE IMPROVED Alterations Will Cost Officers Arc Elected UUls aro bciiipr received by the trustees of he Chester Lodge of IClitH for nUerlnc and refur nlKhlnn their home it Fifth and Hlrccia Tho cost will bo over ttoth tho Interior and exterior of Iho bnlldhtK will ho ropulntcd and rcdccoraied The Inilldlntf will bo ro furiilshed mid new howlliifr alleys and pool tablni will bo Installed A glass covtrcd wua porch willbo orcotod to adorn the front of the A liveton truck belonging lo t soup company skidded tit u sharp turn on Iho dolour uelwctn this city and Kwartlmiore and turned over on its side shortly beforo noon todav Tho road was ley and tho drlvfr evi dently tried to put on his brakes too suddenly Not only did tho laryc truck turn over but It slid for moro than twentyfive yards into a leld at iho north sdr of the ruad Xeithtr thy driver oftho machine norhia companions was Injured al thotish both wero Iniprisoned In th cab of the truck and had In as sisted out by passingmotorists Slides boosting Chester made their first appearance on the moton pic turn screens of the Stanley theatres in this city last week and will be con tinued accordinK to plans of the Chester Business Mens Association The managers of the Stanley theatres hero FTV that they have heard a sreat deal of favorable comment from ilioatregoers recardincr the idea Last week a sign Do you iuiow that Chesters population has creased 18000 within the past five years and another bearing the Matement that More than fifty industries are located in tills i were displayed New ones are iKinfr used this week All ft them signed by the Cheater Business Mens Association Much of tbr comment has been iavoraMc u iilc jiusiness Mens As sociation for liorjintlinsr a cimpaign to mako Chester people better ic iuaintevl witli homo town The vork of placing Oie concrete foundation or cradle for the four hundred feet of CCinch reinforced concrete storni scxver pipe in the bed of Front street between Lloyd and Fennell streets started yester day by tho FJoylc Contracting Coin pans of Baltimore Md With the soliriifyitiK of thu crcte base the jaying of the sewer main will be started and it is tho expectation of the contractor to have the improvement wel advanced be fore the end of tinwork With the completion of theFront street sewer trench Saturday the digger and grader with other equip ment movd to IcnneH street arad this morning iho work on the in tho bed of IVnnoll htrect from Front street through the prop erty of tho Ford Motor Company to Vw water mark in tho Delaware river will be started Clear and cold today fair and warmer lomorrow This is the latest weather forecast sent out from Washington following the snow frill last night True to tho weathermans predic tion yesterday February maintained its record for the winter and Just when streets find roads were prac tically clear of Ice and snow from the recent severe storm the skies clouded late yesterday afternoon Shortly after midnight snow bejjaii to fall hnd descended steadily until i oclock this morning a depth of two inches beint recorded In the outlying districts the snow drifted in sheltered places but unlike he preceding storm thero was not utlicient depth ol snow to interfere vith traffic and motorists experienced difficulties getting through WU PEIFU REPORTED SLAIN I VJpKINCi news j papers yesterday published a report coming from Kiiominchun sources PctFti luadnr o the TTnpch army which is fight in the Kiiominchun or national army in Ilonan had been assassinated in Hankow at a memorial service foi Cieneral Hsiao YioNan Governor o Hupeh who rlicd u days ago reports denied today HIGHWAY WORKERS BUSY ON HOLIDAY RESIGNS FROM EXCHANGE HOUSTON Texts Feb firm of Anderson ind Clayton rateJ as the larsos cotton lirtn in the world today resigned from the loril colton vV of licinl of the roinpnny announced No reason is RESIGNS Feb 3Com Hert K Haney o Inited States Shipping T5oarl today sent his resignation to Iresident Coolldsc U is effective March l ROCHESTER HERALD SOLD BUFFALO N Y FcK 3JThe Rochester Herald was sold to Rochester Democrat nnd for s3Sfint nl 3 receivers siie Vy Judpe Hnrel rs federal court today Several bids were offered Tho office of the hiijhvvny depart ment in the ninnicipa building wa the only one open yesterday G 1 Hunter superintendent with his corpn of ensincerir foremen am draftsmen bcinj on duty throughout the clay A force of employes under G B McClelland street foreman wan en to an inlet on the north Mrle of Ninth street n Ureomall etrfct the cnuse genera frniplaint from motoriiiTs arid res iilnnts of Ihe inlei ovcrt1cw int nnd flnoOintr the streets ycpterday oflernoon Indications wer that the trouVjle has been remcdie nnd the repair work will be finished today J DOUGHERTY JR BETTER TJoiitrhcrty Jr In nn arMrntril rnanner by a Kidley Town ship policeman la on tlie rapid road lo recovery Young Dougherty is nt his fithtrs home In Ridley Park He la pblo to be about the house hul j still feels weak re parIs j lis escape from death sa a miracle EDUCATORS SEEK PLACE IN OFFICIAL CABINET AGREEMENT ON RAIL BILL AVASHINCTON Feb 23 Th WatsonParker railroad media tini abolishing the railroad labor board nnd Betting up Imltpcnden boards of adjustment will be takei up immediately after disposition o the tax bill under a unanimous con sent agreement in the House today The followliiK ofllcciH havo bcon eloeliil to till Iho otllccs of llio lodnO for tinoiiHuliiK your ICxnlled ruler John ADciran cs ipemcd loiullntr knlwlit Uenjamln Uinn esiueiiicd loyal knight 1 ier bort Clriibtj cHtuemcd lecturing knight Howard Maher Hccrelary H i McAiikle tnjiuiiirer Harry K lloom Irustnu CharleM Dulkln SENATE REPUBLICANS 1326 by United Press YORK Feb James A Stillman had mado a handsome set tlement upon Jay Ward Leeds ha son by Florence Leeds Jltiji stop taken prior to the iec conciliation of tho millionaire banker and hid wifo disposer of tho othex woman in tins sensational marital drama tho akeini which havii been untangled until all parties rest content Announcement of tiio settlement which establishes a trust fund ot 20OU a year for tho youiiRHter tho principal from 1100000 to 130000 to rivert to the boy when he be comes of age was announced by William M Kmllvun personal ai tornoy for Stillman And to nuiUo tho happy endingi more complete Mrs Leeds in an ext elusive iiHcrvIaw announced that Kho will sail soon for Paris where sho I will mitrry n prominent New Vorlc business man whoso Identity Is as yet inuilvulgeri Tho wedding is tei for Juno 17 ftlrs Leeds returned to Florida iasa nlKht after a short visit here lict next l rip to New York will voyage to liurope My plans for my boy hava novel changed who said before leavlnyr he has ulways been tindci my super vision and a ways will be All the worlds millions a licensu or n church ceremony could never tiko incs itirt with him Stlllmun sho said waa menially ci man and Mho hoped Ml M Stilli nuin could cum hla fear 1 Some monthK apro Leeds I advlaed Mr Stllhnan iniiiiiito the fear comples thero is nothing so panpcr i do not know tho tiling about psychoiuialysl SLlUinanu efforts alonjf thobo I nm atire will bo auccessCul Alru Loeds admitted that JiudIt been possible aho would have mar rletl Ktilhnan but now Ilia t auchii Htcp IH out of tho qucHtion she Mho hopcl tho Stlllmans leunibn would be en II rely happy The actual tcrniM ot thu Mottlcmont were supplied by Jtrs Lcedi hersiejf Hulllviin refraining out of tact fiom tllmclosliifthem Tho sum IH sub ntanthdly what luy would hiio oeived under will of trrnnd faiher James Htlllman had he been a legal foi first HENRYTORD BUYS BIKE AFTER CAR WRECKS ONE Henry Ford ought INTRUDERS SCARED AWAY BY WOMAN Mr Mary Verlelb 1100 KKl Third street reporSod to tho pollen ilnpart ircnt thix miiriiing that Khorily bo ffre10 oclock Iiint night two entered her store tui no tirmed with a piece of heavy pipe demanded money Khe wcr earned for help nnd then hiirletl a twopounl wlgiit at the rnoii tho mifisllo striking ono of the NcgrooK on the foot Vcrleib mated that when slit continued to Jicrcam tho Nogrooa ran from the plncr took L cournc smith on Welsh atrcft and werelosl to view when soveral mm responded lo IHI callfi rficheO Iho plnC HELEN WILLS BACK TREASURY HEAD ANAblllNOTON 1 Cb UepubllcahH ure up In arms over Uiq coiijilder i at tompt to finbiintiss It not force ret tlrpment of Ticasmv Afclloii mill Aitorijvy Jencral Sargent by agllulinfr the aluminum trust cd so Seiialori Cummins Uopuhllcan of Ifjwh Heed Tonnsylva nili mid loliTlppubllca n Went Vlr glnlii will lend today In Iho Kcniito nn tit lack upon tin now Hoblnson that the anlltriiHl procned Ings agiiinsl the Ahmiiiiiim Company of Amcrlcii bo referred to special coiinsol for proHucutlon It would iiicini tint removal ot tho AllorneyGeiHial CuinmliiK tht United Ircsii commentingon Iho proposal hy Penaior Kobinson Domo crrtlo floor loader for adoption of a roHtiltitlon Jronlilcnt Cool Idgc to specltil government prosecutoiM ugaliiHl the Aluminum Company as he did In the oil scandal a bicyclefor niniHilt yiwunlay i report from Savannah ilcornln iinnoimceH It wiisnt for Ills own IIHO howmfir hut for n 8ninl hoy whose Wheel wus amiiKhed by Mr Fords hniilteur Tho accident happonel MM Mm Ford tho Ford yacht Kin Ha An immcnac crowd nn the dock tryInj to Ben the well known automobile nuinnfnci urer null the chaiirrclir In driving away tried to be careful brit ran over llio boys wlitel Thn wui lukeirlo Mr lord who settled It by Klvlntf the WAWTC hoy money In purchasf H new bicycle MrtllliJ Mr and Fnril nru crulttint In Sjiitheni waters it the prcsent time will continue in the south for a few more weeks Their yacht Ihe Klalln which underwent repairs and a KeiKjnil ovei haulingat iho Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Clompany in Clicsttr ibis winter left hero two weeks Sunday fur Cliflrlenton where supplies Wore taken aboard for thecruise HIBERNIANS INSTALL OFFICERS FOR 1926 MemhciH of DMslon 1 tiled fjCnfers Kf hed Surtdajt Jeioino Uuih j btato jptpildeiit and Joseph Devlin Wijnc jimong the guests tho n flu noon bnocUimaklng part ot the program The olllcerii Inslallrd wcio dont ThomaH F prnsldont NIcholaH J Walshe urer 1 J ShleUlK fihancinl sfric tary M J retarj Bernard Cjallagher sergeant at nrniH 31 Mullen ot ot of a nu trras MAY FILE COMPLAINT Fob fUTtatlve la riunnlla SonlaliHt New Wrl toilny wiitil ho would liba formal complaint with immigration iitithnrilcH nxkhiK fnr deportation of IloogH MRSDAVID BELASCO DIES XEW VQTIK Feb Mia Duhl llelnsco wifo if thfl thealilcal pio dncer died yesterday at the liOmp o her daughter Mrs Morris Geit hlto hnil been ill slnco last December Coiint who had for help WINS AGAIN MONTI CARLO IV difen ted Mearriot of Kniliml today in Ihe first round of the Monte Carlo Iurnament to day The fi0 C0 The rhnrnpion played very badly but offered no tlilily lier polnt score was JS to 33 for Veteran Court Reporter Gives Advice on How to Testify Feb 23 Tho convention of the National Kduca tion Association of Su perintendence today asked Congress to ennct the proposed education bill crentinK a department of edu cation with n secretary in the Presi dents Cabinet A resolution was adopted nrRinp that the members of fjoncress con sider this bill in terms of Its provij jury that you arc Hpeuking the truth nations most j advises J The only witness that T am nat urally suspicions of is the one who Shaprspeare nays doth protest too loudly says John G jtrbwn court reporter at Mod in who has without interruption for more thrill 25 years Let your answer bo yes r no1 simply and learly anokrn if you wish to convince the and the BUS FILLED WITH STUDENTS HITS POLE Tlio livca tit a siMip fit school rhildrn vern rmdnngored itilti morn ing when u bus from WHt Chonicr lddrnl on tin Ice and hit a tele phone phvvhllo making Ihe turn Nlnlh nnd Cinlrul avcniio 3if oclock Quick action oil Ilif pnrt of tho driver proven i td llic vehicle from overlurnlng Thrr wer nhuul twcnty rm thrj at tho time niiiny of thfin MUUnti atthuChrstor High who come in lo the city from rural Xo one wufi In jured bcynnd a few minor briiiHCJ but the fildrii th bviH wafi biiilly from its contact With the pole sinns for meeting thr fundamental need EXTENSION COURSES Professor Byron J Picknrinjs ex tension courses for tho Inst half of this year are to be started this week ThoF courses arc being frivcn ir lie ovcning at tho school un der Mr Pickerings supervision and nrn open to and others may bo inlertstcl On Monday vfninirs subject is CurriculumMaking divcusFcd by Dr A Duncan Yocum Tuesday cve tiincc IHychology by Dr ineytr evening ARtron omy by Irofssor Pickering nn1 Thmxliy Xatnro Study by fro LORD CHANNING DIES TONDON Feb ning aon of a Boston Unilarlin fster who settled In England and descendant of William attorney genera of Hhode Island who slpned the Declaration of Inde pendence Is dead at ho npc of 84 Mr lirown Mr Brown says that his outlook on life Is far from and cynical despite hisyearn of taking down tlio words ot those standing trial for wrongdoinp and their wit nesses I still believe that everyone is Innocent until proved guilty and that people who often appear to bj lying ire really only by nervousness or have forfrotten the dcinlbi about which they are bclns Hif erl Those who remember tho ilolTlls mofit clearly and are so positive abjut everything are usually not JK convlneinfr as those who arent so sure for scarcely anyone can accur ately remember the details of nn if cldfnt or a crime for several month unless he wrote his vcriion of th riffnir a few minutes after It hap Mr Brown fs ri familiar fitfiire 11 any who may vlsIl the court in Media nn Important ease i belnir ha mny be at his tihle just to tlie rfght of th witness stnnrt When he is not ii th court room he is n his office nl the eiHt end of the lontc corridor on tho second floor of the Here he facing the door which Is atways npen and writes an avern if f000 typewritten paeiK of court a year And this only In If of what he fikes dovn in shor hnnd in the court room is he IK n requeHtcd to transcribe more than i per cent of the testimony Ho claims that he often aits iovn nt his typewriter nt it oclock In the morninK and doeMii leave his seat I unj vintil fj oclock then he home and typos for a more The of some of the court ollululs isik nn how I cnn work for Hiich a Hme xvltii out Ketlns tired H li Just llfcs any thing else you develop muvjks In your back and arms for lyp writ I rift iJKt like a pnpcr ttnnger devlopa cerlnjn muscles in his sivjiildcrs by I papering I alvnys lt perfectly striiRnr In my chair without tciichlnsr the btek and find Hint I become less fatiuUOl I limit riny ntlier1 hriM perfectCl HK own system of shorthand based on prin ciples of the lending syatetns He said Tilere are FO many leijal phraKPS whioh nro used over nnd over that an experienced reporter learns l work Fltns together to repref whole sentence A beplnner trylnc lo aVe testimony In court certalnlv has hln troubles and t doht bell I should have ever learned ti up If I hadnt perfected cyme rules of my own Sal m Von Iraeten husband nf Mllllceiil Count Hnlni who arrived in Wusli mtrn today with his mothor is likely to become n publh charKo ind In mil coiurlbiitlnK to Iho siip ort of his wife nnil child Ia Ciuanlla nald ilddlmr that ho had ylred Jnlin lleneh Fla to find out If the count or tiomcoii else hud paid his bills tlinre Topics of Tunes1 rend where theyliavts planned to restore n room lii the AVushliiKton hotc1 to Its original cdnilltlon Soino sports think they should resloi e Iho entire hotel lo the condition U was in decade back Since Harry reported to the police about Ihat myslery pack ago Soap Plerces job hiu becontj iu awful draij on him Captain Jackson opines thit the only time lorjj hair doesnt rmxKs n mini look Intellectualis when picks it off ills business COUNSEL SEEKS THIRD REPRIEVE FOR CHAPMAN CHARGED WITH DESERTION In default fit filOu brill Jeo ot 1201 Fnst Ninth MirI rllynlotv wan committed to Jail this niornlnK follovlntr a hearlnjf before Aldrrinan I Ilobnson Ioury uf tlie Fifth wrinl Korel was arrested on a warrant sworn nut by ill wife Sore 102 Fnsl Klfrht Htreet chsirKlns him with lciii ler her threeyearold scnWi Hiim J and refitflnK to support tliem SHERIFFS GUARD MURDERER 1 Feb 23 imlforrnJi policonien and flrji niy xheriffs riiarillnK the CMirlhonse and out the Iriul of Lynch of Now York one of ndictirl on of murder in connection viih 10 death of Frnnk Irannon American Itallxvay ICxprefs mchnenKer here on Jnniinry 21 opened before Supreme Court Justice Charles W fnrker here today ROBBERS STEAL 58000 HHOOKIYN X Y Feb robbers held up KnfnfeM In hiH Jewelry store H20 Kilms Iliuh vny Irooklyn today tied him lo a chair with SSOOO in Jewelry GETS LONG SENTENCE N 1 Feb ISnven ilArtTFOHDConn Ffh third reprieve for CJerald convicted a layer of n New lirltiln extending hK life at leail sixty will be sought by hlachlef counsel Frederick J Oroehl New York Mr Krnchl in innlliiK thin nn noniiceinrnt said It had been fleli nltrly aetcrmlnel to carry the Ctiap mrui case to the Supreme Court if tho United JSintes Chapmans pres ent reprieve expires on March 10 RACE HORSES BURNED NKW YOHK Feb whl swept two barns at the Aqueduct ijicn track Queens duriiiK the nlpht brniipht death to f rnce horses ivmd by ChnrleK Moore Tlie best known of vieiln1 were Ieititocffr Surin pnrllla nnd Hwtepy MOUNTAIN IN ERUPTION Fell Cnliornins volcano In rnption Ibis No ro pirtK have reached henfrom the base of the volcano lut fmm this noint some lifty in nn air line the oullnirst did not to be of serious nature APPROPRIATION INCREASED Feb ap propriation of fi000000 for combsii UHK ttibcroiiosl amonp livetitocj Wiis contained in the Airricultural DiiiMtiiienl apnronrlntion bill favor ably reported by tho Senate Aipo priallons Commluc today This is an increase ot over the pvovlslonw as iiy tho House TO FREE 16 LIQUOR CONVICTS IKAVKXWOKTH Feh 2S nf th sixteen men convicted Mnny a person who has laoiv wateliins his money go up in for the past several nvonths will coon be able to buy hard coal In reply to R V letter vu have liifurnfatioii that during tha Civil War there were plenty of Con federate soldiers vvhu wore union A wifo mihoil Into a local atftir ya oflicc yebterUny and stating that her husband was accused of otlogsing fntiuircd If tho lawyer would take tho case Sure send IL irmiiil replied ihu absentminUcd lawyer A burglar who tto three watchon frotu thu homii of KIwant T e ivas evidently hunting time whenno liroke into the house Oiling married SIVCP sleep You iont have to wait up for tlu chap eron to take a nap Uoinlinl admlta tiiat tho only thing iinl get out of is paying his income Doing ricThc would ho much move popular If it was Judging fnini the number ot Amcr ican flags displayed throughout thi city few Chester aro worrying whether Washington told ov not The Weather Mills Xcgn wilir of Aslniry Pirk find icnicncifl to Federal prison pVndrd guilty to a charges of second lifarff murder and WIH sontftncoi to from swtniy thirty years In State prison hy Supreme fourt Justice Franc T Iloyd hero today In connection with removal of from tho Jnrk Dinil on bo at t St will today It was wardens ofticr announced WASHINGTON Feb Eastern Fair lo night and Wednesday slightly colder in southeast portion tonight rising temperature Wednesday TODAYS CALENDAR Sun Vises 04 a in Sets ail p m High water lOiSa m and 3121 p m water iiii a m and Oti p m Hourly Temperature Record i n a m a m a m a m a m 31 31 i n m S i rn J a m 10 a m H a m Noon 1 in as   

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