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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 5, 1926, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVERAGE NETPA IDCIRCULATION FOR FEBRUARY 18612 wtie 50TH 15362 CHESTER PA FRIDAY MARCH 5 1926 FIKAL EMTHHI it V With All Latest ami Best of the Day TW EN1 YEI HT PAUL PRICE TWO CENTS NEW COUNTY JAIL RECOMMENDED BY GRAND JURORS Replacing oi Bridge Over Naylors Run Haver ford Cited FINDS BRIDETOBE IS HALFSISTER County Home at Lima Should Have New Hos pital Report Says Recommendations for a new and larger county jail because of pres ent overcrowded conditlonss existing in the present jail a new hospital at tho Delaware County Homo for iho Indigent it iuia with a ward to euro for coinagious diseases among the inmates there and tho consiruc tion by iho county of a new bridge rni Manoa road over Naylors Hun in Haverford township wero contained in the report tho March Grand Jury wnlch was submitted lo the Court yesterday afternoon Tho ijinirnl Jury begun ita tour of inspection in tho morning traveling in a big auto hup Tlio Court House was thai Inspected Uien the jail Then tho County Horns and after the Munua bridge Tho bridge according to the re port Is in an urtuuo condition fur heavy vehicles Haverford township the report cites ia financially unahlu to bear tho expense of constructing a now spun and tho Grand Jury rec ommends that tho counts bear the expense This bridge was inspected some time ago by a jury of view ap pidnted by tho Court and tho rec ommendation of that body was simi lar to tlio Grand Jurys recom At the jail the Grand Jury cited everything was found to be clean but overcrowded and the rec ommendation for a new structure Jarger than the present building N was made Tho County Home according to tho was found to bo well managed and the Inmates well cared io suifjjest a new hospital tho report states with a ward to care for contagious diseases The Grand Jury thanked District Attorney Taylor and Assistant Ds trict Attorney MacCarter lor their courtesies and assistance Mary Heith and Uurton M SUtelcr janitress and janitor the court house wero both commended on the buildings appearance The report in full follows To the Honorable Court of Dela County State of Penna We tho members of tho Grand Jury March Sessions 1D26 make the fol lowing reports Total blls presented 72 True bills found 63 Ignored bills 7 We heard testimony and visited a bridge on Manoa Road over Naylors Kun in Haverford Township and find 5t unsafe for heavy vehicles and the construction of a new bridge too BirMt an rt erpenso for Haverford Towrshiptj bear Wo therefore rec ommend tho County to bear the ex pense On our tour of the Court House found everything in a clean orderly condition and wish to com mend Mary Keith and Burton Stiteler tho janitrcss and for this condition We visited the County Tall and found everything clean but very overcrowded We recommend a new und larger jail Wo visited tho County Homo for Jndsent at Lima ami found the place vcll mantigecJ and tho inmates well provided for We do EUKgest a new hospital with a ward to care for con tagious diseases Wo wish to thank the District Attorney William Taylor and As sistant District Attorney 1 Carter Jr for their courtesies and aid to this Grand Jury I A motion was made and seconded that a vote of thanks bo extended to the Foreman and Secretary for their able and conscientious manner in which they conducted the meet ings of this Grand Jury Wo consider it has been an honored rpleasuro to servo tho Court as a Grand Jury Foreman J ROY YOUNG LOUIS B HANNAX DECISION GIVEN IN WAIF Herbert Clark actor and Kathenne Clark secretary never knewof each other until they met In New York They planned lo marry Then Clark learned from his father who lives in Pittsburgh that Kntherine was tiis halfsister I never thought Jt necessary to tell either of them I had been married twice the father explained City Social Workers Ask Curfew Law Enforcement Judge MacNcillc Returns Betty to Philadelphia Welfare Society Judge MuoNeillfl thls morning in Philadelphia dismissed tho habeas corpus pctitloiKpC Dr Isiac L Par sons of Media for the possession of Hetty Juoobs two year old foumlllns over whloli a bntllo has been waging since last Saturday and re t urned Belly to tho Childrens nurcuu of Philadelphia Neither Pursims nor his wife wero in the court room whcn Judge MucXelllo of iho JuvcnDo Division of the Municipal Court announced his decision S Stewart Lyon of Crum Lynne who has been contest Ing ilia adoption oC Betty by Dr and Mrs Parsons and requesting hat tho baby be turned overto him and his wife was proscni however Slnco the hubens corpus action to procure the child brought by Dr and Mrs Parsons and Mr iinil Mrs Lyon only contested ueh action It is said that similar habeas corpus action may now be lake u by Mr and Mrs Lyun 10 siiin possession of the child which they desiro so much The baltlo for tho 2yearnM ward of tho Childrens Bureau grew uul nf applications to adopt ihe child rrmdohy both families Hetty was 01 iginaly taken from the Children Bureau to Media by Mr and Mrs 1Iillp T Harris and was there rcen by Dr and Mrs Parsons who lived across the street Mr and Mrs Lynn ilio saw the child and petitioned ihu Childrens litireau to adopt It Tho case has been contested betorn Tmljje MiicNeillo for the past week ind was one ol the most didicult to decide that has over been faced hy the Municipal Court STOCKS MOUNT AT N Y MARKET OPENING TODAY Overnight Buying Accu mulations JJack Yester days Strong Unrush Seen Throngli Most Classes of Issues Brokers Scent New Tumble Improving of Pike Detours Impassible Condition of Back Roads Pointed C i Out as Closing of Main Highway State Engineer Promises Start on Repairs Soon with on tin work shortly to bo resumed rcpuvlng ot Chester ROB THIRD WARD STORE QF GOODS VALUED AT Business House Withh Block of Police Station Looted ovUloimc stoeksV YORK March 4 continuedupward In opening Irnrt ins on the Htork Kxchantio today A wiallh of pvcrulKlit buying onlorn liail accumulated and jvs icrdayH which came in direct contrast to thy mnrkots of IlrevlouH ilnyr was Kill in throughout most Hassos of Spcctilaiors and investors np paivnlly had regained their onlldiiice and iheru were many evidences of support as stocks Kvvept fxirwanl to accustomod levels Stocks opened pui follows Ana IT up s Hailwuy 11Vj up i Y Central up 7s Jyio MarqiuMti vip 2Vj Ciryster up 1 H Krlsco At lTencral Motors up liHornntioiirtl CVmiK li4 Up s Htiidcbnkor up S Ienim 51i X V 0 and St Louis lln NEGRO HANGED FOR Officials Will Be Asked to Revive Ban on Ctel MURDER AND ASSAULT dren on Streets After 930 QClock in Back Curfew should once more blow in chief endorsers of tho return to tho Chester at 0 oclock In the winter j r i Both from the sin ml point of health and SJO In the summer Such is tho u moralK le law should Ir resolution of a number oC represerfSTcnforced Cliildnii who musi get ijp tatives of Chester social agencies to be at school by SItO slioul I b in who met yesterday In tho offices of bed shortly after 0 oclock at th2 Welfare Federation to discuss means of keeping children under six teen years of age off the city streets after 9 oclock bed by night pays Mrs Stevenson All who recall the lime when tlio curtuw was blown after the ordinance inurderlng 1 fnlhcr aud lasscd remember that the children dren and assaulting tho officials will bo rcnuested scd to Hi rough iho streets for wllnin next few days to have whcn thP blew beHovo tho ordinance passed in Febi e LEXINGTON7 Ky March Ert Harris who wns saved from n mob a fow weeks ago only by out trouns to guard the courtroom where Ills 13 minute trial for murderoiiK arLault was held wad hanged here today Ive been praying Harris said from the gallows I know my are forgiven 1 am ready to die J am at peace with the world Troops guarded the Jail yard for tho hanging Harris paid the death penalty for I wo chil wife and ruary 1915 onco more enforced The provides that parents or guardians found guilty of permitting iheir children upon ihe streets be lined 1 and costs for the first of fpnsc and andcosts for each ad ditional offense Thechief reason for trii demand rhat the rvjre er orced aiithacvu cu Low whistle be lown at fl oclock 13 not lo cJiusa tho police moro work but let the children know wlrat time it is There are a few children who will utterly disregard the curfew whistle but on the other hand there are a rent many children who would go home if they knew that It was 9 oclock says Miss Clara IIGladwin officer of the juvenile court Time passes so rapidly at night that few children realizo how lato It Is and the curfew whistle willremind them that it is time to go home Miss Gladwin says that she has dad hundreds of requests from moth ers lhat ihe whistle be onco more adopted and bo rigidly enforced Mrs Oscar Stevenson head of the Delaware County Childrens Aid So ciety Chester branch is one of tho WEST END YOUNGSTER GRAZED BY BULLET vi anu J ttny fcad that shori been near hii now MrsW II JJnncroft president of tho Cheater AV C T U is also strongljr behind xhe movement to have the whiFtle blown The blowing tho ivhistlo nt n oclock will also brlnp parents to the realization that hat is theproper iioiv for children to rithotne and In bed Many naieiits as wrIl as chil dren forget how quickly tHo oveulnc passesand make ito attema to ctet their children home We believe that the police can enforce the measure if they are ordered to do EO Mrs Bancroft says y Prominent members of tho Now Century club and otheronjnnlKi lions of the city are behind the movement and it is tlouRht that business men of tho city will also back the measure Theatres Back Move A Homer Jjord manager of thc Edgmont Theatre ami In charge f all the Stanley Theatres of Chester declares thnt he is very much in favor of enforcing the curfew law I am behind anykind a move ment which will kecpVbhildren unac Continucd on Page Twentyseven ANDREWS APPEALS FOR AID IN RIS DRY WORK AVheh Tony Ambrose 12 years old D17 West Third street applied at Chester Hospital yesterday after non for treatment ot an abrasion of ihe right arm he informed physicians nurses that he had betn shot The City Hall was promptly notl and Tony was questioned He rily before C oclock he by hia mother to a hii home and whcn re ktrrniTig through an alley heard the report a rovovcrvand then felt a sensation in bis riKhl arm He dirt not tel his mother or any bf his companionsand it was not wml the arm began to pain him fcsveral hours later that he went to hospital for treatment March ant Secretary of Treasury Andrews dry chief told the House Waya and Means committee today in advo cating a bill for special prohibition and customs bureaus in the treasury that the former bureau was abso lutely essential to proper functioning of dry enforcement There is more work In prohibition enforcement thanany one man can do Andrews snid I cannot function efficiently because of the jjreat amount of detail work A separate bureau of customs alio is necessary Andrews said to provide for a stronger personnel in Washington Both iho government and the business infereMs will bene fit by Ihe proposed hill he explained and stressed tho neccasty of addiI tional and better paid lawyers in the j customs service i MISS WINTER ASSURES AID IN TAYLOR CASE mother AUTO HITS BEAM GIRL INJURED up f MontgomeryWard up 1 Allied Chemical up Aincricm Smelting up t a Kubbor up U S Stcol lil olf Hudson off K Krlc C and O 1 Cleiinrul Bluctric 830 up 1 Northern Pnclllc 70Ti up Tt United Cigars ifi uj American lucomotlve 100Vi up Most of tho early gainswnro frac tioniil in naltiri bul a few stocky which recently have been pounded by bearish Interests went up more than a point Allied Cheiuical was up i at 1225J and Chrysler was ui at Tho railroads affected In the recent veto of tho Van KwcrliiBou iiicrifoi giiined conslclcriihly In early dealings Nicko piato ndvanced poinlti lo HO Pore MargucUe was up ZVj at Si and KrlQwas upfrnctiontilly j HuslnefK during the llrst hour waf only Kllgluly less brisk than yeKtor lny Up to II 11 in V19100 xhares bin chaiiKud hnnds ngnlnst 730500 for yesterdays llrst hour Tho prices wero lending to climb slowly upward On the bond marOcel sales were inoro than dollars less Ir the flrat hour toduf than yesterday Eaes totalled 533i3000 up to U a ni Amcriciin Can was a feature ills first Balo via nt up from ihe last sale oC yesterday As theiiinrkct went Into Its hour there was n recession on prices Countv Motorist Impales Car On Unseen Wooden Girder Continued on Pane Three RAJAHS DANCING GIRL IS MARRIED COUNTESS OF CATHCART GIVEN FREEDOM HERE XEW YOUK March runtess of Cntheart today was per tied unromlftlonil freedom in this 1 untry entitled to all iho privileges vlsitlnn alien Federnl JudT William Bondy sus nod the writ of ha bens corpus su tured by her attorneys rhen Ihr founlcss was about to be excluded Irnm the United States because of d moral turpitude MISS WliLS ENTERS FINALSAT MENTONE i oxp Frjnrp rirrh Hlen MiHs American tennis mininn entered final round of lournnmrnt tnrlav when Miss K M Harvey tnuland at 60 and 6t NAMED BANK DIRECTOR AMRISTAR HriilEh India Mfcrch Begum dancint girl and central figure in the scandal culmi nating in tho abdication of the Maharajah of Indoe last Saturday has been married to Abdur Rahman wealthy skin dealer and municipal commissionjr Khe expressed and no sur prise at the news of the Maharajahs downfall Mumtaz Bctrum once the favorite of the powerful Maharajah ran away from him after she alleged he had ca her aside She sought the protection of Abdul Bawla wealthy merchant in Bombay who paid with his life protecting her She herself younf and beautiful har her face badly mutilated by one of the assailants They were arrested and convicted XEW YORK March torinf the unsolved murder of Wil liim Desmond Taylor motionpicture lirector was reported yesterday vhen Dlstricc Attorney Asa Key PS of Los Angeles held a iontr telephone conversation with Mary Miles Mln ler former rnotloupictui o actress and friend fo Ihn slain director Mr Kcyes said Miss MInter uas fiucstionetl but not suspected when Tiiylur wns Ivillccl in iJ2l called him voluntarily Miss MinUr vanlcd to ivlint phases of the cise wo were in veHtigaling md askrd If she couM br of any help Mr Deputy District Attorney Davis BAVARANCATHOLCS BORROW NEW YOUIC March ments romnlotcd by New York bankers for a JSCiOOno loan to Uio Uoman Catholic church ct Bavarla representing tbe first lonqtorrn pub lic borrowing by a rcilooua tion through Wall Street channels An offering of twentyyear bonds is planned at an early date The loan vill bo a direct obliga tion of the general unlcn of the eight Bavarian riloccscs and the proceeds will be reloanrd by the union for the construction of educational initi tutions and hospitals throughout the state of Bavaria Miss Marguerite Johnson of 33 Onk iivmio Ollflon Heights was slightly hurt and an automobile be longing to Joseph H Donovan a ncttspiiperman wns in a prculiur accident on Oak avenue near Baltimore pikeearly last eve ning Mr Donovan who nlso lives in Clifton Knights was taking Miaa lohnson to her home when the acci dent took place After he had turned his car north on Oak avenue ho had gone only a few tet along the dark road when tlio crash came Mr Don ovan was leaning over in the act of shining tho gears and he escaped unhurt The collided with a onefoot inuaro wooden beam whicii was extending irom a trailer which was parked in the roadway The trailer nnd a liveton truck had been pulled from ihe opposite sidu of the road earlier in the afternoon The beam according to measurements mado by Chief of Police John A Mc Cuwan of Clifton Heights thirtyseven feet over the trailer danger signals wero displayed ac cording to Mr Donovan Thu bcnm pierced the windshield ot the car and wrecked the lop of the vehicle The body was ripped Irom the clipssls Miss Johnson was taken to the COOLIBGE ORDER CUTS GOVERNMENT EXPENSE WAKHINCTON JInrch lowing President Coolidges order fo strictest economy ConcrrewH hu imnied covernmcnt cxnendll ures cvei beow budget A check up offtlx of tlo nlnn appropriationVdlln cnrrying mono for government operation the nsx fiscal year bCKinnnrr July 1 nearln ndontlon shows thnt they tola rfvlflOlSl Icss than tho Hudgc Bureau Mipgested Tho cut hai heightened antlctpn tlon of a further tax reduction tin caused authorities to minimize th Presidents tvirnlng that a fiiiend ing sprue would cause a dcflcl year four of tho bills mnkiny appro prlations for the treasury iKrlrul jure navy stnto Justice nnd Inhor departments Hhowcil Kfhsh of below the budge estimates as Navy JJri2lfiSn Treasury an rostotncc Agricultun SGlOnin Stile Justice Comrnerc and Uibor J5Siro Two of tho bills showed over the budget estimates as fol lows Independent offices f 11001 war The net result IK a favorable bal ance of Jf4ICMU below the budget contract lhit will tho closing ft of that thorouchfnra at various oinu between his city and Pros eel iark retiKlciilii of Cheater piko lid this city ire wondering wliin ie detours which nro to bo used hllo tlio jinvliirj work IH under way re to bo plaQV1 ii shtipo Cor vol Autolsts claim that the present de niiM Piirker nvcnuo mid Haverford tad nro ahnust Impassable they nvliif suffered greatly during the months as tho reuult Of tho lurms nnil tlio Increased tonnage Una over them At tho result of the niritiiUon hich buy licvn niiown In tho multvr 10 Choater TlinrH toiluy sought In ormntlou regarding when tho our would bo plnced In good repair C Stackpole district engineer of lii HiKhway Dfpnrlmeul Htat that the work of conditioning the etours will bo started within the ext two or three This it Isj elioved will permit Imvlng them condition when tho puvlng work els underway Mr titacltpole slalcd April 1 s tho tpnlatlvo datr for Ihe stnrt t work 011 ihe Ualtimoro pllo ho renewal ot work on Chester pike lo also announced tho routes thut vlll be UH as iletours pending tho ioniplellonof Ins paving jobs Motorists who Imvu occasion to ruvel from this city tt rhllndclphia via Chester plko will detour routh in Savlllo uvonuo ISddystone In or Island road They allow this thoroughfare east to Liu coin avenue then turn north to Chester pike 1ronpcel Park from which point tho plko IsIn condition fur travel having been concreted that fur btforo tho cold weather Hixt In AVhllo llnltlmoro piko Is under re construction from Clifton Heights to Media motorists will detour nt the Intersection of Baltimore pike and Springfield road In Clifton HclKlllK They will follow this latter rond north through Clifton Heights Springdcld Manor and Springfield to tho nowlyconcroud State rout Turning west on State road they will follow this road Into Media Those motorists deatlnntion Ji Chester Swurlhmore Wlliiilnglon or other points in this tlirection mny turn oft Stito rood nt Chester road rUsoUnowri iis Spriul road follow IhtB routo ioulh anrosa Baltimore Iiiko tinrt Into Ssvartlunore mid this clly Mr Stackpoln snid that the n UrKidion at Baltimore plko iind Chester road will bo kept open at nil time during tho repairs to lh former highway in order thnt motof istn wlU not bo put to the Incon vfnlenco of trlvcliiif to Media mill thence turnhu sioutli towards this oily in order to KH to Swnrthmorc or Morton These dolours arcordlnjr to Mr Stackpiile come under the jurlsdlc titin of tho titnto Highway Depart ment and as such will put and kept In conditlot by tho State DiscUisinjj Traffic 1 Tho nucstlon of Increased trndlc that will hi caused by the Rpsitul Ctnteniilal Kxpuslllon from ihiladcl phia to Chester Is up for ainoiiK the of tlio various that lie ilond Ches ter piko With Chester plkv paved or tho HOUHi ulde downto Lluiohi ivenue 1roiipect Park speculation is current ns to the posslbilltlcsof tho helnsi nnlihed in time for the opening of tho SeaaulCentennlal Juno 1 Tho liiirKrKS ot Norwood Dr Kr nosl W Doild ulatcd ycsteidny to u npbrlor ff tha Chester Times Thu triiiisnorlntlou quoatloii tn tlrilyon tlio pllces condition ut Iho tlmu of the SestiulCentennlal Tlio paving of the like belnn a Sjlatij road leiiends entirely on tho Slato authorlticM and whether It will bo llnlshed and feuty to accommodato thu Incroaked Iratllc by thi tinin that the hip event beplriu In PhllAdelplilu is up to thu State 1 believe tliat the piko will bu llnisibid clear to liy the first of next year Tho conditions of tho streets in Norwoodnro KOOd and the borough olllclals have taken It upon thehi Jitlven to attempt to keep the hluh ways lu iho boat of condition for thu William n I3tatlychairman of the htghwiiy commltteo otHldloy I5ac aald It secmu to mo it Iho Htato Detectives Believe Trudi Was Used to Haul Awaj Pick of Stock Continued on Three NEW UNIFORMS FOR CITY POLICE Contract for Summer At r tireIs Awarded to John E McGovern Contract for Hummer urilformn for members of tho police department was awarded John E McGovern local merchant by council at its meellng yesterday afternoon Tho McOovcrn lld tho lowest of two submitted tho other being offered by H i Wolimm SonK Phllnaclphln Tho successful bid wao to fiirnlsb patrolmens uniforms conalslintf of coats trousersand caps tor each nuiltrlnl to bo regulation hluo and J3550 each for mounted olllcers uniforms of blue whipcord material Soni bid was for HI patrohncnH uniforms Tholr bid to furniHh grey material for mountc olllcera uniforms not considered The City tlannliiK ComitiisHlon re turned approved two ordinances one providing for tho wldtnlng of Keystone road we at from Ilf tPCh ulrcetH In Chicheslor road on tho ci side 2V feet rind tho other providing for Iho lajing out and opening of stccilH In tho Tenth and ICloventh north of Xlnth street nn ICast an 1 west at Highland avenue oflice of H K Loewfcn In nn j automobile belonging lo Patrolma n P ITT in Edwards of Voadon The truck and CLlFTON GlRLb NtAR trailer bore the name of tho Irunkhn v11 Transportation Company West Allegheny avenue FIVE INJURED IN CRASH ON WHITE HORSE PIKE CAPTAIN AND CREW RESCUED HALIFAX N S Marci captain and the crew of the Xova Scotiaschooner General Smuts havo trn rescued hy the Dutch steamer Volnlarn according to a wireKps messagQ to the Viarine deparintpnt here The Gertfral Smuts carried crew of 5ix men Jt was in 1 sinking ren dition when the rescue was effected KELLOGG HAS GRIP T H Wi1 rUnmnn of Rldtoy TVASH1NVTON March 5 A n yitonlrvv flrotd a flight attack of grip jiccompnnit1 by h First NruMmi of a slight increase in r r hs father the late kept Srrntary Kellogs corfired to his Joseph U Hirkson I home yesterday FORMS CABINET I PKKING Mfrch Fong jYuHsiang fjlay supreme r of tho alPil tlie Pcklnt area against the comVined assault of Ciiarvj Li ChinsLin and Wu PclFu Simul taneously Chia ToIIyao formed a nw Poking cabinet assuminK JLhe posis ot tircmier and war minister am appointing W Yen foreign minister DEATH FROM GAS FUMES IIAMMOXTOX X J March Fivo people wore injured two crli cally in the collision eariy thin morn ing of two automobiles on tho Horso Pike atAncora 7 miles of Hn TTiinonton acconllng to Stale fifillre Nn arrests weri Trs Jr5irh Pincs oT2R Atlanllc avenue Atlantic Cily nnsl Mrs le Smith ot Vtntor City were taken to the Cooner Hospital In Iiellevfl to have reoelvtrj fractures of r he ontrred the girls bed room ho Closing Hi ohbed room window before retiring for the flight Mis Catherine Carpenter 10yearold OauKhttr of Mr ant Mrs losep1 Car penter of 21 Xorth Eyre avenue Clifton and Miss Mary Wostcott IByears old a relative of the family narrowly escaped asphyx iation early today Dr I K rocwon of Clifton Heights revived thorn Mrs Carpenter who has been lil for ttit past wool was unable to seep lsit niiiit ami about t oclock thin mo rni us sho moans coming from the Krls bcdrooin Mrs Cnr called hcr husband and Continued on Pago Three VAUCLA1N REAPPOINTED TO DEPUTY SHERIFF POST WOMEN HEAR HOUSE MEMBERS L p carl Representatives dnrlnc robbery was c In tho heart of tho central buslnesi district during tho early hours th morning whcn tho store ot Varrvt Shipley West Third street entered and goods valued at stolen The soods wore uninsured The thieves were exceptlonall daring that tho store was lishled and they worked whllo three pollcoi men patrolled tho section within a snitnfo of police headquarters Thai a truck or large tourliwcar wa used to haul away tho loot 5s tht theory of detectives working on tin case They aio also giving conoid crallpn to a duo that Uio robbqr was person havi Ing knowledge of the stock becausi of the fnct that only the best soodi removed from hangers racks Discovery of tho robbery wasmadv bhortly after S oclock this mornini ijy Mr Shipley whenVlio arrived ils plncoof btislnpsa and found thai tho front door hnd been forced open he lockhaving been sprung a dboi voriapparently having heeti used KnterihK tho store empty racks and counters srccted the merchant a hurried inventory diFclosed dresses valued ai womens coats 51000 mcni 5500 10 top1 coaVo ant 11 overooats missing Mr iililpleyM desk hud also beeij forctd open nnd Bum of money between and and a hluosteei revolver oC takeri merchant iniiiiedliuoly nolifleii He City Halland Detective Sergearii ove and Dulectlve Froliniitli an investigation Duo lo fact that policemen hud made regu lar eillls from boxes at Third street and iSdgmonlavenue and Third and Marlcot ati cots It Is ed thej wore tvalched by tho thieve who after BCelntj them walk avay from Ilia boxusdrove to tlie front at btpre gained entrance and hurriedly removed joods which had been pre viously spotted Atr Shipley took steps thisriiornr ing to replenish thd stock and h Scssiojyat Media Meeting Three ofDelaware mem bers of tho State Legislature at Iho meeting ot tho Womens llupuhllciin Club of Delaware county In Media yiiKlordny afternoon and rodo roush Khod over whnt have heretofore been more or leso steadfnat beliefs in the inindd of their auditors concerning theconduct tho liouso and Senate during tho time Governor JlnchotH special Hcsalon oC the Legislature was In progress The Hcsslon wns brnnded Extra ordinary by ReprcRentatlve William Alexander who said that tho term fitted exactly in every eonke of the word Tho statement that have been mndo through newspapers nml other KOurceH In reference to tho con sideration given certain mcasures Kponuorcd by Governor Pincljot were absolutely untrue where they go so far as to nay that little considera tion WIIH given these measures ac cordlnc to ReprenonUillvo RIKvood J Turner and ileprescntatlvo Grover C Talhot imparted some Information in connection with the Anthracite Control Bill which undoubtedly changed the vliws ot many of his listeners concerning this Important phnjio of the recent special session work Representative Edward Nothniigic of thla city owing to unforeseen dlf the skull Joseph ltrsf husband of Mrs Fling drlvr of one of the nulo mobllcs wns IoiB seriously injirod uhilo a Ilogan of Clsy was tnken to the Allnntic City Hospital with pMnful injuries Frnnk Cnprlnnn rf 25 South avpnm Atlantic City was injured found tlu pnlr unconKcloiiH Dr Loewen was summoned anil afler thirtyminutes of artificial res piration Bucctcclod In reviving the young women Tlpy wero rtPl confined to tnrir birl todav Af fording to inrmrrrs rf Ibffjnrnentfr family the tras furncs resulted froma flro In tho heater 28 Stews Frolic in Business Area in Happy Pre Execution Party WAY CLOSE PASSAIC MILLS PASSAIC N J March of textile mill n this vicinity arc expected to meet today to consider proposals vhlch would close all of the factories for the dlratrun nf iht strlkf The purpose of Hi shutnwn would be u enrl picketing whih ifrt to ll ih thus far nanifestcl here and in Ciifton 13 RUSSIAri SPIES SHOT MOSCOW March E Thirteen worrshot today ar corln to n dispatch from Lnlngrad The ivrru convicted of espion ace Ir behalf or and ot plotting terrorism in Leningrad An unexpected shopping tour into business district of Chester by steers hail brokfn away from a local abattoir provided some excitement last night U was merely a window shopping tour however and no purchases wtre tnili Although a grout dtal of at was paid to tlui citys icutKtR yet tlKy did not receive what misht berullcd a hfnrty Although the viHit of tho playful fourlegpcd vestcrncrs was a brief one thfry mlcsfd no opportunity of tnorouchly InvestigatlnK evorythmK in sight With gentle bovlno and muttered bullllko rumblinBTK tho twentyeight animals of tho olty Kiir veyrd fihiw windows along Market strott with iindlKKuivcd Intorost Two stoies were visltod in particu street and fpcnrts Department Store at Siivrrth street anrt Edf moot avenue Hut the only persona to nroflt the were a num ber of who directed the vistorp in the right rilrpctlon at Kfv rnth street and kriqmont avcnue and were consffiuentiy rewarded by tte meat packers It was while the steers were being run from box curs into the packing lioushat ihy brtme frlglitined and stampeded up streot from Seoond into the hfftrt of tho city tho visitors ambled at Third and Market strccrs they vcre grceUil by the rfceptlon committe consisting of the most prrnnlnnt and in town Liter the packing men roundnd up thn lar the May Store at 3UO Market without any damage bcins done Samuel Vnuelnin president of lhf HnlJwin Works was appointed a deputy sheriff of Dela ware county yeBtcrdn by Sheriff Isaac W Johnson at Media irldeful display of thp certificate of hirj appointment the new deputy sheriff thj enthusiastc contra tula lions of his friends who took occasion to shower bis oftlcc with and baskets ijf iyorc Mr Vaiictiin permitted himself the luxury of U jrlu at the queries from intlmaten on tho meaning uf the appointment And to think I hat I hnve been missing tdis demrmstratlon for a period of flficpii years ho laughed Tho ccrlitlcati beautifully crn bossed which I received toilny lu simply the renewal of my commis sion ns a deputy sheriff received fifteen yXarn ago end replaced csch succeeding year SEES BOOTLEGGING POPULAR IN FLORIDA TAMPA Fla Marcli leggins more populnr in Florida than the rtal cslitc business Com mander Phllin Hambsch nctirig fed oral prohibition enforcement chief for he state said today As popular as the real estate busi ness Is In this state there are more bootleggers thnn realtors In Florida Commander Hnmhsch ays I believe more than 50000 persons In ihe stnte nre bootleggers or are connected in one way or another with the industry ARTIILERY TRANSPORT EXPLODES 25 KILLED VIENNA 5 Twentyfive persons were killed In a curhRlile ex ploson In Iraguo today according to a telephone message from the CfrhoKlovaklan capital Thirty poldlors and TOO civilians nro reported to have Iwn wounded Flfcen of tho dead were soldiers An artillery transport lot1ed on the Main street according to the telephone wrecking many houses and seriously damages the Imperial Hotel Continued on Patjo TwentySeven MAN GWEslTOLEN MOTOR AS SECURITY slated Urnthe goods wilPairho tol day Ui nil probablllly prevent ing any Interruption in his businesjj Telephone and tho goods were envouto noon vjw THINK 5 BROKE ICE IN AUTOMOBILE LEAMKVGTON Out March Joriea Plilpps his wlfo and their thrco children arcbelieved to hilvq been drowncilln LaUo Erlo whle at templing to cross on tho Ico from tho mainland1 loPclec Island In their au tomobiio Hundreds townsmen who spent yesterday searching tho Icocovered lako In automobiles wliilo airpianen flew overhead looking for trace of tho illfated family had virtually given up hopo today The Phlpps had gono across tho lake to the Island to visit relativea and then left fo tho mainland After Ihpy departed a blizzard came up an4 they have not been seen since CHINADEMANDS SEAT IN LEAGUE OF NATIONS An amusing situation was brought to light by Marcus Hook police when they Investigated the recovery of TH automobile owned ty Andrew 1 Dcvoimey 12004 Read street Wil mington Del Tho automobile which wns stolen from ir from the above address last Monday wns flrat seen whcn n colored nutoist was arrested In Marcus Hook for operating an au tomobile without n license At the time of his arrest he said hn had a license nt home in Wll minston and left the stolen car ns i security for rls appearance the next duy He never returned GENEVA March today formally demanded a permanent seat oh the League of Nations Council Chinas entry Into tho competition brings the list oC nations desirinpr permanent rcprcsentallon on the council to Iolaud Spain Brazil and China Topics of Times DRIVF IN WASHINGTON FOR PURITAN SUNDAY WASHINGTON nrch is more desecraton of the Sabbruh In Washington than in any other Amcrrnn city With this a dolecatlnn of mnlsters and lay i churchmen np poarofl before the House District of Coumlifa committee urglnt passngc of a Inw prohlbUIni rH foms of commfrclil amusement ln tiio district on Sunday The Weather WASHINGTON March Fore cast Eastern Pennsylvania Fair and continued cold tonight Saturday in creasing cloudiness rising tem perature moderate north and north east winds Sun rises 63J a m sets T Hlchwater 4 IS a m and S33 p Low water 1151 a m Hourly t MidnlRht 1 a m m m a a empcraturc Record 21 21 IS Irt 15 If 13 3 a m 0 a m 10 a m 11 n m Noon 1 p in p m 14 16 17 20 34 An alien who was arrested here told tho police that he didnt know the dry law was In effect Judging from the number of raids conducted In the past year he isnt the only one Mike Maginnls opines that the marl who laughs at hla wife when she has a bad cold should be arrested for attempted suicide After drlnkinjr a bottle of milk In a restaurant we want to know when cows started giving vanishing cicam A local doctor says that high heels are making hoofs of womens feet Bad news but then horseshoes ar6 cheap Wo can set your 152G license whether you have a form or Well afler looking at soms women drivers we knew that r An American meat packer met King In London a fev days Wonder if tha Kins thought to call him Sir Loin A Cirl In Marcus Hook says she caught an itch from a box of matches NaturallyU Is an Inflamj mation A Rockdalo resident says that during the recent snow storms ten squirrels entered his home Maybe ho had been acting like a nut T Doc Joe Dunn says that holding your breath will euro hiccoughs But thats a terrible cure to suggest to the average woman The shortest and best afterdinner speech a man can listen to is to henr a friend say Lot ma have both Mils Phil Hennehprry says atot of M women spend a lot of money for 12 driscs and haie but Httle to 1 4 S for It   

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