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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 4, 1926, Chester, Pennsylvania                                DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRnIATlQN FOR FEBRUARY 18612 FMl With All Lafett and Best of the Day vf ti 50TH 15361 CHESTER PA THURSDAY MARCH I4r 1920 PRICE TWO CENTS J SLUMP MOVES IN STOCKS MAY HIT EBB TODAY Vall Street Brokers Mani Jfestty Anxious How ever No Sign of Panic WARNS PAPERS NOT TO PRINT TRIAL NEWS Declihe Wipes Out Un cashed Profits Sales Yesterday Broke Record NEW YORK March the hope that powerful Investing interests have decided their favorite stoelcs are cheap after th6 largest corrective movement In the hlstoiy of the Stock Kxchange brokers today took their places inWall Street with ill concealed anxiety The stock market opened today with prices slightly higher after yes terdays wild break in the closing hours but with trading again at a fever heat Sales in the first 15 minutes after the market opened totalled 23COO rate of moro than a mil lion an hour Stocks opened higher international Combustion 41a up lU General Motors 110Vis up 1 Dodge Bros U2H up Vi U S Rubber 69i up v Lehlgli Valley 7G Willys Overland 25U upi S Steel 123U up Hudson up Southern Hallway off Xew JIaven 33H up Reading SOU up i Norfolk and Western 140K up Vi Krie lX Baldwin 101 up 1 Penn 50 off Vs Wabash 33 up Vi Mack IIS American Can 203 up 2 American Can AV I up 1 B O SSVi up VI General Kloclric up Chrysler 41 up iVi SaleB for the first hour totalled 73WOOO shares a decrease of more than 200000 shares from yesterdays opening hour On the bond market there was a rush of trading1 First hour sales of bonds totalled f4517000 against 55733000 yesterday Trading conlinued feverish through rhe second hour At noon sale had reached l313jQO shares against BAY ST LOUIS Miss March The rlshl of a judgo to prohlbt publicatlori of news was put to a severe test here today when the trial of Jesse Kavre accused of tho murder of nvo governmentemployes j opened p Judge W A White has warned i newspapers circulating In Hancock county that news of the trail must not be printed claiming that It might prejudice other juries likely to be needed before the murder case is disposed of On the other hand the newspapers are determined to print the evidence Press association men telegraph op erators and star reporters from some of the larger dallies In the taie were on hand to cover the trial It Is understood they IITVO orders to prfnt all the facts available OnB Xcw Orleans newspaper on an nouncing that it would print the news of the trlil called upon sll other papera to do likewise calling It a matter of plain duty DOLLINGS GASH FOR LOCAL GROUP Victory for A B Geary Means 10 to 15 Per Cent Dividend SPEflAL PASSES ONLY FOR MARSHALL TRIAL Judgo White has not Indicator just what steps ho will tnlto to compel obedience to his order lie has boon friendly toward newspapermen thus far In a recent hearing oC Fovres counsel for achange of venue Judge White told spectators to refrain from smoking Then turning to tho news papermen he said Surely the boys of the props may smoke DRY LAW NEWS TO ALIEN HERE In This Country 36 Years Says He Made Whisky for Own Use Chester city nnd Delaware county people who held stock In the H L DoUinpB Compiny of Ponusylvanla which failed several ajjn will receive a possible dividend of be twien 10 and ID per cent through x decision handed down yesterday in by the United Suites Circuit Court of Tho derision Is i notable victory for A li Oeary uttornoy of this city who as special master appointed by llin court to audit and pass upon the account of Thomas Itiithurn Wliitc rcoolvor dlsallowel claim of the tJHcrnilUjiKil Note iud Morlgape Oouipnny of Colimihtis Ohio againsl thu defunct Uollings Company for the sum of G7G If this ilnlm liinl been ulluwril it would hnvc praoti cnlly ulpci out nil llij available funds of concern Under Iho decision t litre are sev eral hundred resident of Jelaware county who will receive something nn ilielr originn Investment Mrs William H Nclyon widow of ihn poatinriKier and other proiu irifnt Chester peoplearc Included Mrs Nelsoii will a subsiiin tial Eiim due htr husbands CKtiilo There are others who invested prac tically all of thoir haviuya in tlio Dollincrs Company Aftfilie was rippoinlOl speciil niustfiMr CJeiry held hearings in Ihilidelphia and bitterly toutht tho flninis of the Columlnii lirm They look an appenl to thu Unitod District Court in Philadelphia tind Judgr Ij Dickinson uphold dlsnl lowanco of tho which tho In Admission to tho trnl ot DavM L Marshall which will start next Mon day before Judge Harry S McDcvitt in the Quarter Sessions Court Cliy Hall Philadelphia will o limited to lawyers newspaper reporters und specially subpoonecl witnesses Thin became known yesterday afternoon when tho Iirst twentylive numbered cards wero received hy Abmhnm attorney for Mar shall Mr Wcrnick also announced that Hetty Mnrslmll tho defeiuhuUs daughter is lit a serious condition ns u result of in operation which was performed foi maw I olds District Attorney Charlta Edwin Fox yesterday begun interrogating moro than thirty witnesses for he commonwealth in the killing of Ann Mue Uiotrloh Norwood milliner Among tho witnesses questioned yeylerduy wcro Marshall wife uiu htr niotlier Mif Froilcriirk ICInglo with wluim Kho lives at liywooi lloighis Mr Fox relurneil to Muriihall jiersiinnl papers found Marshalls possosston when she Imi convinced the liislrtct attorney thev had no connection with the wise In tciTogiiLlon of tho witnesses will con tinuc for the rest of this week BABY MIXllP STILL UNSOLVED Media Couple Declines Substitute Child for Winsome Betty CONSTANCE GETS MARRIED COUNTESS DEFIES U S REMAINS IN HOTEL Continued on Paac Two CHAMBERLAIN FAVORS GERMANY FOR LEAGUE LONDON March Chamberlain today Austen intimated that Jon Kulisza 3G yrars od has been m the United States for J9 yciS nnd In that period of time has m idt no effort to apply for citizenship This morningthe was arraigned In police courtas a result of a visit paid in his home at 2625 Seventh street yesterday afternoon by Dctecllves Cosgrove FYelmiith nnd Baynes and their finding of a small luantity of bootlcg liquor together with parts of a still outfit It was when he announced thnt was not a citizen and gavo as iYi cxcuso that the reason he hntl not made application was because he was always planning to go back o tho old country Poland that Magistrate Berry tersely If I had my way yiu would go baik and there would ho no loss of time setting you started j Detective Cosgrove testified that an investigation niadt recently dis closed thjit foreigners in the western section of the city are banded to ecther and each paysso much to him i a small still tor a certain period of j puny clnimed ivis due them From this court tlifi light was inrjied into the United States Circuit Court of Appeals and It vas then yesienliiy tliat Judge Bulllngton upheld the dlK triut couft ind A J Geary The Inieinational Xuie and Mort gage Company was represented in the special musters hearing tJJ Henry 0 Hector Mc Xcal and A S Faught tho former of Columbus imt tho latter of Philadelphiu There arc KOIHO ihoiipind peo ple in PennsylyrMia wlio purchased stock in the Dollinjs The majority of tho ttcckholders were working people but there wore many business people who subscribed The failure came as a blow to many Mr Gearys report covered a pam phlet of 71 PROPERTY OWNERS COMPLAIN OF BOYS time They Kullsva received intorma lion obtained tho stll last Saturday hut when ihtjwent to his Great Britain would oppose immedi ate entry of Poland Spain or Brazil to permanent merAbershlr on the League of Nations Council In beSijining his IJousc 01 Comr i place yesterday they were unable to mons statement ottho governments locate tno Gtillhut dd find coilsn policy at nfcxfAveeks League meetI cooling barrel funnel rtrainer and inff the fcrelgn secretary said that the British at Geneva woiid not participate in anything which would make it Impossible for Germanyto enter the league in accordance with tho agreements of Locarno Tho government Chamberlain snid is ready favorably to consider addi tions to tho council but Germany ought to be elected first Nothing he continued ought to interfere with that The guiding policy of Britain at Geneva will bo to participate in nothing which would endanger the success ofLocarno said Chamber Inln Under no circumstances would the Government participate inany solution of the situation which trteI j to create in the Council ot thf Leaguo of Nations two camps ot opposing forces such as were the curse of Europe before the war about three gallons of supposed Two complaints havo been filed with the police department by prop erly that damage was be ing caused to iheir real oslato hold ing by ma ieious youths J Hannn Sons in ad dition to reporting tho stripping of an automobile of accessories In the concerns Uoso anil Wal nut streets charged boy with run ning over nnd damaging the roofs of Kulisza pleading ignorance of the law declaring that he did not know he could not possess liquor said e several mada H for his own use He aiul j Harry ISaron reported Oinl boys he was employed it a river front inI wen1 causing much to the dustry his work was exceptionally j Springer property northwest rormr hard and he made somu whisky for j of Fotirteenth street and Kdginont use He denied ever having i avonue owned by him and to which YOPK March The Oouiitess of Catiicart whoso tenday Icavo In thtf United States cxiiired at H oclock last night was siill in her hotel hero today j The Countess who was barred j from this country onground of mural turpitude was pupposed to returnto Ellis Island lust night on the 1030 boat presumably to be de ported to Kngland on tho first Ctin irder to leave No one tiaid anything to mo nboul going back and I do not intend to jro bnck until some one tellK 1110 to In tlie ineanwliile I uni ijtill In New York Die coniiless la Quoted us saying United States District Attorney Kuiory U Bucknerannounced today that Theodore O Rlsley acting Sec retary of Labor and Aitorneys for Vcra Countess of Cnthcnrt hatl agreed to have the ountesM sni1 vindoi herself in Knckners office lo inorrow at 10 n in A henlnp will then Iw held before Judci AVIllfrim Eoudy en which a rulitij will be given in tho liMlieas corpus proceedings Tho court will be asled also lo give n dellnitlon of mornl turpitude the ground on which tio at tempted to bar Vera from iho coun try The Counters is expected to be re leased on bond again after tomor rows h earing March of the InboiDepartment handling the Ijidy Cathctrt exclutjipn cauu denied delinlte coinmeiil lodny on of the lies in refnslug to return to Island when her time limit wns up last night Ve huvont decided to do nny thlng about the Countess Assistant Seretnry Husband icild There Is nothing that we Would care to say abulit the cape at this ilihe Adolc a pretty llltlo foundling allrd ycRterdny to cnpUira thQ of Dr mid Mrs Isaac iarsons of Media wlio aro contesting for the adoption ot yrniolilUotty Jacobs Altliongh Adolp wan not taken to booauso of coW weatlicr H presenfative of tho Departmi nt of Workers visited the PareunH faniHy anddescribed the substlute child Hlio told them llttio looked enough liko jtttly to bo ier slsior niui that for thrco years she had boon needing n home But tho wfironbt hitercsloil Thov Wnit lloltv In Iho meant lino litilty In oire of the Childrens IJuivaii m rhtliilelplila while Jndgo MncNelti ilecidoa whftiher the Parsonsor Mr anil Mrs S Slovvnrt Lynn of Ciilm Lyiino shall bo tho foster parents f the chilli the came up In tho Municipal tourt on Tuosiliiy th1 Court reserved decision nfitr n floriny argument between the Judgr and J Prentice Murphy of theCliil IJureau W fvol vory kooaly about till iniitlvT said Jtr 1iirsnns ytsterdav at MA liornc I iipprociuli the klnilly attentions of tho Dipiirt inont but only Jiotty will lio IarsonK oxplulned Hint Mir Philip T Harris wlio luul tnkin Hetty ralso wanted to glvu tin child ic them but hud no coinrol of the IlnuimHHinctis ho ad mitted that the Lyonsi had n prior ilnhii to Belly ho said he felt Uiln wos u eiiKi of hiumin ruliuloushlp and not recoids i Mrs rarKonp who has just re turned from a hospital also proHsod her dcslro to have Belly if iliiir liomn She has had four cliil drrn all bavct died Mr and Mrs Lyon having been promsed thebaby luet October arc lhat Lfetty will lif theirs They Kd in May at Dip Childrens Bu reau andin wpro toldabout Betty When they wtjre tivken to see her Saturday Ihpy that tlio tarsoiiH had iisked to tuivb a writ of hahirts corpus loaned to bring into court thatthoy mlgtil scttlf llio qnpstloti of her adoption At tlio session Mrs Lyon wna Iho i only ono of Iho principals besides Hetty who was present Constance piclura star it now Mra vvjfe of a woaltliy Scotchmnn wedding nt Burlmcjnme Cnl festivity fhoto allows thep two jiistafter thiir Even llttU dog in on his own sod any of tho home brew Magistrate Berry disposed of tho by discharging tho foreigner and him to destroy haiTfl of mash nnd ii make no further attempt to manu facture any moro liquor NOEL SLAYER REFUSES TO GREET GOVERNOR EMPTY COFFIN USED IN SERMON ON DEATH he ia having general repairs made Mr Baron stated that 25 panes of glass in the dwelling were broken oy stones hurled by boys Tuesday nsht NEW WET BILL TOBE PRESENTED TO HOUSE DR PETTY ACCEPTS THE BAPTIST TEMPLE CALL TKENTOX X J March rison AV Xoel youthful slayer of Raymond Pierce taxidriver and kidnapper of Little Mary Daly Mont clair irl refused to shake hands with Governor Mooro It AIM learned today The governor was engaged in an inspection tour oC the New Jersey Mate prison and a special trip to the death house to see tho three slayers awaiting electrocution He was ac roinpanicfl by WardenJoseph S Hnff Heres Governor Mooro Harrison the warden as the party walked into his ceil Noel manifest no intcr st turning his back to the executive and warden and starting to walk about his cell rcarrinsinssome papers The larirost conjjrpiation to attend the mioNlon service bving conducted at the Immaculate Hart church was in evirlenci last evtnfnjj when of ftcii of the Eighthward cilifice had to place chairs in the aislfK of the church to accommodate the throngs ot women Rev William T Dwyer S M delivered a sermon on Death and his oratory was striknand pro duced a profound impressionA cata falriun upon which n coillii reposed j was placed tho altar rails and during his sermon Fa her Dwyer often pointed to the casket remind ing his hearers that they KhouM at all times be prepared for the ttne when their boly will be consigned to Its last resting jlnce The misFlon masses this morning were oolobrind for the deceased members of thj parish W A S H LNG T O N Ma roll I 11 ou sc Wets intend to force the growing wetdry battle in CongreES into the open with an unotllciil heaving March iU on prohibltiuiT After that done they plan lo consolidate into n single nitrisuro various proposals for beer and light wine introduced from time to fine but hitherto without definite action thereon This consoldatcd bill will bo presented to ihe House Ministers will bo caKcil to testify in th coining hearing Other men favoring a change In the present status of prohibition will alao bo given nn opportunity to appear but witnesses will be chosen cnrcftillv from nsnks of representative citi zen Tho decision to iiive what the Tho Into rM Russell IT ConwolPs pulpii at Iho Ijriirrlst Temple Phila delphia will lillcil by liv A Kay Petty of New York wlio unnnunccd his of the call yoatcrdny Ho will take charge Knster Sunday Ajirll 1 He is 3S old A slight indecision hncl bon caused on tho parr of Dr Potty dueto the negative otc of twelve of tho con gregation at the meeting held Mon day when his namo was presented Mic llvin COO cast votes in his favor at thnt time r lctty viMitol Ihiiadelphla Tui3 day and conferrred with ftev Ur liam D McCurdy pastor at lh Tfinplc The fxplanntlon of Dr MtrCnrdy wag tiatisfactojy and j by telephone yesterday Dr Petty In formed him of his decision tu ac Cflt WEALTHY WOMAN FOUND WANDERING IN HOSPITAL NRW YORK Jiiircji llorrmaii former xvifo of Philip Herrman heir 16 mllllona under hi the jathtc wnrtlat Bellnvuo to day for the thrd timoIn Sho wan taiccn into rrtstfily uftej helng found on eypen slvol Lowncd and wimrliij much jeivirlry embracing papscrsby fn exhorting them to pray The 0116 tlmi Follies and hrrauty wufj tho cciitrnof it tlirong with hir nrniH avoimd of an antoniobili salesinan who jirreHtOii her wild Mr llerrmun eloliPd lii 1IIJS with Hoyiman thcn a Harvard under graduate They Kcpuiu iwl In Hxe nionths and llfirrmnn Mocured a dl vorco In she was Moiit id Helle vuo after Hmnshlng a window lii a lawyers olllcc inan arEurnent over alimony payments A year ago she wis again nenl to Ihc ward for iml triing a trafllc psitrolmiin in Joliim tmj Circle Hoth ilnrs sb tntd WHITE RACE COURTS DOOM WARNS BISHOP ATHLETIC DAY AT K1WAN1S C L U B County Coaches and Captains Arc Special Guests NEGRQ GUNMAN KILLEDBrPOLIGE Another Wounded and Bluecoat Also Shot in Philadelphia Battle opoiifl cvthlhg liiid ahiirjfct tlio wird Uilrly gueslHrrtchid ing coichos of tho Various lilgl tchol teurnw along wltlr tho captains Cajitabi fCJuirkM J Mabbvtt who sohcdiilCtltoapeak xvas unable iKdCad another b FO KerluiiHly Xvounilcdhols pic pouted in die Blui a Negro rollccmnn was One of tlie largest at ended liiKs Of the year wns held yesterday by the lylwanlscjufo1 Jt WUH Athi Itjtlc and committed two charge of Ihu hasUftlbiill lournntrftnt rijH 1s Kponsorea by Iho JChvimis hrlflt6 krefcts TmladelphliW nt1 230 am fWhijitthe ehoollnk Hlhrtcd mrin JbncH of tlio Hoypntli Cur pentcr streetsmillion fielded one of tho jtinmeti niidhold htii ia 1 shield to protect lilinsclC fromtho other Thelatter to a ppear and pretfrom JJalllm stationed f Ho Seventh nnd Carpenter wtieeii Colon eJ Lewis S Rorley chief of t jitnUon slaff of the7Hh Pennsvlviihla Accoriifnfr to the police vision nnd stationed nt Philadelphia i who was detailed In plain clothes to search for window HiiniHlurs lnthe vicinity of tho JoiKH BJIW two XffjroeM rutlnn In of a clothing joro at Tenth GRAND JURY ENDS f INDICTMENTS IN RAPID MANNER i t 05 True Bills Were Rcr turned and 7 Ignored in 3 Days Time Benjamin McClellan Is Tinicum Inn Pair Fined Disposing of the 5 Indictments rCr iniilnlng on the Hut for tho March icrm of Criminal Court tho Grand Jury completed Its work curly yes terday afternoon in what la consid ered by many Courthouse attaches bo record time Tho report or Iho Ciiund Jury following tho Inspection of county buildings will he Eumlt tccl to Iho Court fiomotlmu today UurhiK Iho three days sessions Tl Inillnlmcnts were presented by As sist nut District Attorney Wllllnrii J MucCurltr Jr assisted by William B Mctlinachftn Jrand Eruco VV Lnnn second nnd third i Of pec lively Of this number tho Cliund Jury returned R5 true hills and Ignored 7 an hnusimlly high per coinage accord 10 information from llio District Attorneys otlico Thira were six defendants who pleaded guilty nnd tho remaining nlno caseii1 on the list wero contin ued for divera reasons Ypstordny one of thotwo cases ig noiTd was hat aglnnst Benjamin Mc Clollan of this city charged with HOrlouB offense against 11yearoJd Marlon Bnir of 113 Third trceU The costs In lulu case placed on thi1county Tho crime for which McClelland was Indicted wal hlleged to havetaken place on Jan uary 18 Tho other cnsc Ignored was against John Black oirl 10 Slaley avenue ColllpKdnlo charged with aggravated nsKitult and ballery ori David Blum of Philadelphia whom Black chareed with attacked und beaten up Tho cnslu In Ihls CASO placed on ilium tho prosecuior Joseph Macey and Dudley Lane both otDarby wero each sentenced to pay fines of and servo from I to U years In the countyjail when they pleaded guilty before Judgo Johnson to n larceny charge Tho men wero arrestedon a war rant sworn out hy Joaeph A Brrtckdii arid William T McCrendy builders who testified that Macey and Lano had stolon a quitntlty of lead iiipo and brflss plumbing 58 louses then under construction oil Main street between Third and Jpurtli slreolH In Darby Tho rol ery in alleged to hnvc taken placo on February IS Tlio loot takenIs valued nt and hassince been Both men according to testimony confessed taking tho materials TKdward city nut n mpsBiige of foI wnseyiiiiunllvkilled byrt shot from norc Mil where he Ui lioplritol of Patrolman Fnuohealso ATLANTIC flTV J March 1 Without Hpecificnlly naming the the llev Kdwlnv Holt of Chicago presiding iiL the ninetieth annunl conference of tlie New Jersey Melhodisi KplR copil church here yesterday IniiiKd a fitlnglnj attack on tho Ku Klux 1 la n tlio speaker Ho fjoiupliiiented tho KIwanlM ciiili on llio Intenist they iiiv taking In Ihn iroinotlon uC nlean nport anil nnld that the U f Army riKUuriKcd all branchesi of sport riunfl It doveloiied teamwork nuxlc iartcipanlH hotter Itted to curry out Ihelr rospuctlvo dutlew nnd brought out llio if Colonel Horlcy tlion wpnkn on Military Training Camp aiil told of the advantages ii offered to the you IIIof the land Ho denied IhiU the Idea of this tranliiK mini lo fosKr tho spirit of iiillitiirlsui Tho colonel told of tho part Ctiplnln THiihtinlt pliited in the nf bumb Jpjieph Jtffnv both of Uila city tried on M arch 15 on ch arg ea ero wl nc out ot li felonious attack on Arina Man ning Syenrsold which Inalleged tohayo occurred on Feb ruary 13was marto by pttllio oc As mrrots pollconitn nuii Tvlthoiif any warning tho latter ilrcw iiiHtola and opened Ore The polliiitin returned tlio lirais ffinK mmlci i riiKli for tho XcgrofK He otao of tlio mon and wlUi liis arm about lilttneck hvldhlm hlnifx II ami the HOCOIII gunniiMiKflru Seven liulkts frolu tin Kioonl guii plslol tho boily iC tho man Jonjs used jis Au which probabjy would havn provil fatal arm cording to tho transcript and ho was assiated in the Ignominious act by Jcllry Tlio llttio girl la tho of Joseph Is OtIIlloa brother Samuel and Irving Sillierowner nnd clerk rcspectlvely at thoHoso Garden Inn Tinicum township which was rained several weeks ago by county and State police under order of District Attorney Taylor pleaded the guilty to violating tho liquor lawa US DESTROYER WATCHES CHINA LABOR TROUBLE Iho woik of Hi TialnlnK an It his capllves Cnmp in thin arta Afteriharllrs by Colonft Jn iilf first formal lo Iho j y varinns rnrrhfrt wero called I by Vrildont They all rc spondrnl ii nd Vjomririimnled thir KI nf tho confer Hurhos declnrcd that untesi thK Xordic nonstMiKo is Ktoppocl It will unite ello pity on tho xvllltc people GOO OF PHILOSOPHY DEFINED vanis club ou tho Intercut the brown the Muck nnd I in jehool the yellow races ami Clod I j j Milne of Uner thai fllnr the nock Nrnrljf thirty shojs were fired dur ingIhe brtlje and the whole neigh borhood was aroused jorsnhh1 11 Irafted to tho HOUivht i I1 j In iloorwiivii as lilt drys tortn i Wet hearing wan made 1 j nt a wet eautue which recleeled PEK1NTJ March Amrriean Repi esciitaiiv John Philip Hill Kcj legation today ordered an American publican Maryland as Its chiirman I destroyer to TienlHln where labor SWARTHMORE MAN IN i PHILA WATER PROBE TRJFiB IN PARIS HOURS i troubles thrcalen to develop Igeienil strike Alih the po iof antiforeign into a for HINKSON STREET MAN FINED AFTER RAID Charged with maintaining n dis orderly house Carlos Meinroff al leged proprietor of an establishment it 727 Hinkson street was given a hearing before Magistrate John J Second nnd ninokin streets last evening and was fined and Melincoff wis arnsteii by onslablii D Harvey whoI rtctiiii on complaints conducted raid on thepnre and found n sin cjiinntity of liquor of lh this county and par borough of Swarth PARIS Marrh Paris felt the heavy hand of prohibition for two s yesterday when probably fur in tlu cityii history ible bir a drink 1 tin Rosidents tlctilnrly ot more pirnsef this morning to j tho first tlm hear of the appointment by Mayor it was KenOrick of Lcdotix xvho trd bars liavlni hat rnadf Ills honij at Walnut lanei oriri Hi mtrhsiiit rytidlcii arid bgden avenuo Sarthmor for I a rtafi down in proluM against many yearn to make an investigation financial bftorc Parliam of the water situation in Th cafes formed only a small phia I ccntagc of thi wbih clo Chinese laborerfi iiiTientMii Mondny arid killed a Japanese man during rioiing The Ainerian destroyer oricrfd to Tientsin is the scram such sent on a similar errand In China ths week The tlrst vns sent to tiie Island of Halnnn 7IAVFX Conn March The KOd of philoHonhy if not the flml of rollgior Jrof Charles A A Hen of Ydlo Univrrnlty tnlversity Christiiin Im in MI addifss God in hrird to harder lo rlellue Prof milil but tho supreme being of tlio plill OHfphcr not call forth rcvcr u s liie bnskelball lournarnentK for county nclioxl eaniH thcro had n 100 per cent improve ment Other svenltiTH were Conrh tlregjry of Darby nnrleK P Inr Icln n tho Chester hljtli school Huher of OlenNn hlh O A j ISriiiton oT Kwrtrlluimri notion Hny lile of Laiusdown PM Ll illrctl at each other Poncho withdrew Into and and Judge Johnson costa i fined each J1QO ART SALES HIGH FIGURE yprtlv March of the snlo of tho nrt reached 11228578 PainliiiKH and drawings yesterday brought 10 t 5 f Topics of Times Fire Chief Bauer Bays there were B4G fires here last year Thats hot news tho inaut and get Into position from which ho tookde lliiirnti nlm at tho frurirnnn arid ahot j him dtaii At tinPennsylvantiL Hoapitallthe lend in n war Idontlllcd by tlio po a man luiovn Jack They say hWIK a and had a pollc rcrord Tinwounded gun rlh f of Klflley of Mvlia Fark Park ind John IllghlU I limn WMs Frank Harris Mr is verwell known throughout arthrriore and is active In a number of orpunizalions ile Wiis a member of the 1C20 commis sioti to study nev noiirees of water supply for Philadelphia and IIT botli in the Cnited States nmi ibroad but Ue prompt shultlnc dovn of the restaurTJils at oclck jnobnbly cnused more tlian anything else in Ob of the strike was every MAN NEARLY LYNCHED BY MOB RESCUED 1 TO SPEAK AT ST PAULS j ion rigorous of the iiiiinvrt n if halfhfariil Only The Rev Dr Allan R VinMeier rrttor of the Calvary Protestant iEpiscopalchurch of CJermantown and dean of the Oermnntown Convoei ion will be the speaker at the Lentnn service to be hHd in Wt Pan b Ppjtcstanl Mplfccopal rhurcliXintr nntl Marlison ttrcts rhis evening The full criioir of tho church uili render special riusi und tlii service will be held at 7 r oclock ITLL BE JOY ANYWAY WASHINGTON March tary of Labor James J Davis today l sfrrhinc for a civen name be rlnninij with 1 to preserve the family alllterai ion He doesnt know it will le a boy or a Rtrl but will learn sooti Hi other four chiidrens names are James Jean Jane and Joan FORMER PHILA MAN IS 1 SLAIN BY HIS SERVANT RKHUT jrn Arthur Pny principol f dental school of th Americtu University niirJered today by iiK j INVENTOR DIES AT 103 IVFFALO X V Muvh Ien ill invntor of the I nd oilier devices used in Scad at his I horn1 Hid he livd uniil Hun ATHEISTS GO UNPUNISHED rl livc1 cut UCHKTKfl X V March Snnltnti nt the ITniversitv of cheMer who have frmcd an at mastrr thront anI vil nrl he Kn immediately SoISnt President Uodee umieuuiey SoISnt rrestdent Uooee alihouch tho university In of the Colicse to no uy fives them tncouracfcment con fcss tnc crime For some time Ih Armenlan bar been in love with the nthee secroiary and Dr Urny al iesolljinterfered PcKentment is be lieved to hnvc promrjtcH Use rervaiit to kiU Dr Hroin dean of the nst PIRATES CAPTAIN ILL ST Mar ALBANY MAYOR NO BETTER when informed of the i DIED WITH THE HROOKLYXt N Y j Mrs PvOse Tl EABIFS i Mirch j er t HAVANA Cuba March Etrinll chidren found dead homo nt Ger ih Carey j William S of AiSsunr X Y i riner Hereb yeserdny A nore ex i of the Piushurpli Pirates IK whose condition for theiplalnwl thit tho vomnn hid turnl u hQsiiltil here with n light worse yesterdav s no better todav on the pas because she wanted to i hospital attendants said with the babies ot inluenzn Feizinc from Police Cor poral Koehljr In Philadelphia i mob of men and boys ririCKCd thc mati to a procery store at Sixtyfirst and Vine last nKht obtained of clothesline de nsiMnnot of the and went Ui lynch ihv prisoner when a dlaii police him The innii aceusl Cf rtlickeil a woman beating her into iinconscioTifnsH with a btiickjncx IN CRASH I Mrury McKinley v to le police that she rlilvinr hr au on Sixth street and Morion avenue ojllded with an other ir Hhe was tinaldc o prrt the Jiarne of the or names of occu PLJITS of his far witb lit exctptlon of j one a Misn H Moorr who suffered minor lacernlions of the face caused by pieces of sinus when tho wind shield of the car WIF broken Th yonn woman was taken to diesj ter Hosidtnl by her friends and iven for her Injuries 1 MISS WILLS WINS MEXTOXE France March Miss Helen Wills American tcnnl champion continued on her way thrtUTh the Mentone totirnimenf here fodssv when cord n asv i victory over Mlsi Kmlly Dcarman Knglond at Cl and 6L i morn n iMmber rf the Mice or fear hence it annot eni rrinnnltt In chnrjc of the religious conviction I nitm said that iliiM ynr uold delivers ill from the ketballn would be to th known gods of popular and historic winners nnd silver baketballs to tin1 Ihilosophy admits an ex up In the trcmely powerful supreme blnir but President IInl Mnnounved that thej lie need not be hdy or Klwanlx club was euteriii 1 In the intrniilioiiul itieiiilirre roni test nnd reported that the ynsfrdav Jr ner ent ft j nounced that i 17 would be observed if j TnrlleK President Hall formed the members that Profess ind Ixinibard streets i Polliv bellevn the two men were ruKponslblfj for nuintroUR window und clothing thefts re enlly Jones arm was dresjstd and lie was cIlHchiirgid from the hospital liolh pollceniirn were commended by thilr commander Veteran fishermen nro preparlnSj j for tho nenson Suckers coil be caught the year around A hoolc on etiquette says ona should nol drink out of a cup with a spoon In itJtoall right to out of a gluas with a stick In H Marcus Hook cops have beer equliped with new uniforms Ches ter bobbies askcu us to extend their congratulations The city is at suffering frxun an cpidemin of the grip It willexperience another one but different kind of erlp a few before tho coming election TAKE NICKFL GET 10 YEARS KANfA CITY March ten yeiiH In he peiiltniary hrc J Menay Tlie nickel was taken from a mnn in t holdup A Jury imposed ihe ACTOR FINDS FIANCEE IS HIS HALFSISTER I A wot bsutcry vratt stolen from a I parked car yesterdny Police will i fumish tne thief with a dry celt i when they meet him i If old nutomoblle tires are burned In orchards it is said Insecta wIH leave bo will everyone else HEADS NEWSPAPER BODY YORK Mil roll S Krd today of the AMHO cintlon surcfdint who resigned list wcjf The TwoWay Pulpit Jf you v re the jvictor of a largo church the ronui elation of whlcii uai of both Liberal and lundamentnlists what would you have to say about the following ttxt And the tun stood Mill ami the moon stayed until the people had themselves upon their tncnilc a t c Ii for next Saturdays Chester Times Church Pago for a dtflcusKion o th text hy the llrv Dr John Itoach Htraton InnOarnntaliMt ar5 Riptlst niln Isitor of Nov York and th Rev Hubert C Herring notfxl Liberal writer lecturer and fongrfgatlon allst pastor lioston MnsB iwn will Qfwfy the Twoway Pulpit In Chester cvey Saturday H would be thu sneaker at the metiiif scbd uled for Arril 1 BANDITS ROB TWO BANKS DKTHO1T Mrrch brnnhes of the Peninsula KiaK HivinKH Bank xiere held up hertodrty resulting in the robbery of 11W Jin eaih Two Vutidits combined j In the robbery of one hraneh nrd a lone bandit held up the All thre eacaped Two pedestrinns were sltKMly wounded a aieMentally Hibirii hlc ri as be nlorni NFAV YORK March yes lenluy Herbert Clark leading man at the Pooih Tliealre believed ho had ii or panninjc to marry nix own half siser entirely iBnorhnt f ih that his father been twice mirHeii and tnnt his tiincep wan ilis fihurii dauyhter by an earlier marrSace Katbcrin Clark 1 private Kccrc tjry itme liprt from Lebanon Pa several months agofhe went to live in n cirlw club A few Weeks fiKO she met the younp actor Tliey comiiientod on tho similarity of their POLICE DISPERSE STRIKERS PASSAK X bnnflred textile rriiI vurker wero dispersed by police M u j 1 ntiincB and Clark toldKatlierine he hud no brothers or sistei1 Sir told him tho same The actors father nnd m oilier live in PittsburKh and he wrotj Ma ftilhtr Iplllni him of his weddinn plans liflv Tlie nruiwerinp telegram was Kftlh Only n few moro months xvhen ono can convert the Christmas gifts into weddingpresents JTot weather will soon bo here Food will keep longer If you put a lock on the Ice box There aro so many new soipa helns advertised that soap must be cleaning up everywhere Legionnaires are having a dance tnnlKht Charlie Dean says It not bo a war jancc The Weather Jfrlne Clark Is your sister Am mail ing letter containing full cxplana w U o eharced them as they attenmlei to riKsrmljlc before the Potnny mill hero today They then returned lo her hall fora meetin STORM DELAYS LECTURE lion SCOTS WOULD BAN BAGPIPES TirTFATO N V March O aid MirMlllan who hns the ricors of travel in the fro north n victim when Kl at ilH crln prevented from ia lecture ported ii W t dellvcr was last re j CTAKCOW Msirch the thnl the national noies are hi nuisince Bteps have hoen utken to have ihe playlnp of bjiKIlpts sup presseO In a neighborhood of Glaa POW Proprietors of a hotel and neigh boring properties havo begun legal action agnlnst the Hlshlandu intJtl lute Thoy complninthit people ilv m5 nenr the club are deprived ol by the bagpipes WASHINGTON March forecast for Eastern Pennsylvania Fair tonight and Friday not much change in temperature Moderate northwest winds TODAYS CALENDAR Sun rises 630 a m Sets554 p tA Hlch water 45S a m arid 515 p m Low water 1213 a m ami 1229 p m Hourly Temperature Record Midnight 1 am 2 a m 3 a xtt 4 a m 3 a m 6 a m x m   

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