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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 18, 1926, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR FEBRUARY 18612 With All Latest Best News of the Day Tfi YBAIUNO 15373 CHESTER PA THURSDAY MARCH 18 1026 STATE CLOSES CASE AGAINST CHIROPRACTOR Wernick Promises to Put Marshall On Stand This Afternoon Dr WudswortK Admits Tie Found No Finger marks On Neck Thaw Tries to Get Into Marshall Trial Harry 1C Thaw tried to crash thn sate at tho Marshall trial this mornintr Ho chi lined that It was a mistakehowever and that ho did not wish to attend the riroccedinKS Thaw said Jin was looking for soiiifoiic in Tuduo Monngluins court room and lie applied it the wroncr court room door lie tiiat ho had never heard of tho Marsha 11Diet rich case The PUtsbursher said that he vns in Philadelphia to nee about some real cstrto Im writing a book Thaw hut it is about neither crime or agriculture ENVOYS RETURN PRICE CENTS 1 LEAGUE ASKS US TO CONFERENCE Permanent Court Adher ence Recognized Con vokes Anus Parlov 6070 INCOME TAX RETURNS MADE HERE Atvordins o reports that have been tabulated by the olliciils of the local liuerifil He venue Ollicc tho an Vroximato number of persons in Dol awaro and Chcstor counties who tiled income tax returns this tlirnugh l ho local otlico were liCTO men and women coipbritIons and other Imsl I ness entciirises This figure it was March wan sliphily below the Nations Council today decidel lo hat filed returns In ICi whitf to Uio cJiit to show came il th rhe Tliero was no evidence of lincer marks oit the neck of Anna Muy Met rich Tills tealimpny whih many licve represents the most important point jvc grimed by I Ins defense 111 i ho trial oC Pavil 1 Mars tall was iven by Dr William fi Wads worth his answer to the last question lut to him by Abraham Wernick hefore he loft the witness stand this nio ruing The commonwealth rested Us rase at 3230 after exactly one wefrk had been taken up iit the examina tion of its witnesses Mr AVcrnirk will open tite ease of Iho defense by his address to the jury at 10 oclock this afternoon My first witness will bo Dr Mar shall said Mr Werniok after the commonwealth finished Before eloping ihr eominomvealth fferert aeevidence more thfln n score i exhibits which have beeij jdcnli rfrd by witnesses durlntr the course their testimony Mr objected in nearly overy Instance his chief reasons be ing that Tltc exhibits might unneces sarily inflame tho minds ofthe jurors In every instance when tiiie WUR his ole reason for objecting luciir Mc Devitt overruled ami Krauted in PX Alanson B Houghton ambassador to Great Britain above and Hugh Gibson envoy to Switzerland ar rive to discuss an arms parley with President Coolidge Houghton ru mor says is to become U S secre tary of state Invite tho United Stales and tho na 1 adhering to llm permanent court ot internri liotKil justice to meet in Conference at Ileneva hoptembiT t for tho purpose of dm ft intan which would permit ae of ihe United States Seti ares risorvatiiriH relative to Ameri can adherence to the court The council llso ronvokrd the erf Nations preliminary di eonfMtivu to meet in Gen eva May IT Mr Wcrniik cnileavurel tha Ixause the iiinrrha tho last period and really dALllll tlllt it chifC cause Ilisiricri Aituriioy VX objected that the le IumiMTs hilio Me DeviU susiainl tin1 idijeclion Dr Wmlsworth was upon to Into detail regard in tlir diflMencc between a pui mortem and an ant Incision The elastic in life and as that roon as death came a xroat of the Ilas ticiiy lost It was the rotuli i ion of these musls in Misw nirk whiih Dr il made him conclude that iho ruts rl been made while ho still lived Isaid the Mime difference existed the skin LADIESNIGHT BANK TRIAL ATKIWANISj GOES JO JURY St Patricks Day Parly Former Darby Cashier Oi Helcl for W i v e s and Friends of Members lhril were mal in the huvinu tax liws during ihe past year The tabulation f I ho Income lax forms that wero handli ihivieli th local ofliie as foil u us Taxable returns Form N 0lt over iOOO nositaxabo returns Form 1010 over jrHOI JStil taxable returns Form No 1040A SiiOi non laxiblo returns Form AOIOA fiiOfrO JnT taxable corpor ations corporations JHO and fidueiarv returns Til1 lieuros tv as nny the apprxhiLainumbers and not tin will change Iut Ihllo It is tiiouyht EPORTMADEON DETENTION HOUSE 111 Girls Admitted During1 Past Year This Citv 124 1 OPINION GIVEN ON PAVING WORK City Solicitor Rules On Topics Concerning West Ninth Street UNKNOWN MEXICAN DIES IN HOSPITAL Wernieks objections to several miner exhibits were sustained by the court it being shown that they were not closely associated with the case Dr left the stand niter beins cross examined by Jfr Wer nlck for more than four in Ending yesterday afternoons ses sion mid the greater part oC this morning His testimony thic niorninjr es xrnert the strength of hia previous referonco that Miss throat had becia slit and her body drained of olood Did Miss Diotrlch die from bleeding asked Mr Dr AYadsworth hesitated about answering but finally replied In the negative 1 think enough blood Tvafi n Mowed to remain in her body even after draining to sustain life Dr AYads replied When asked what evidence of vio lence there were upon the neck Dr said there had been con siderable hacking and that the cuts ran into each other ra much that he could not tell definitely which might have caused the greatest amount cl bleeding He said that the hacking about the neck obliterated the cvidouce of sub sequent cuts Jlr Yverniek slso luestioned the physician about the effect which em balmns fluid mlirht havo had uptti muscles of the younrr neckDr Vadsworth said that embalm In 5 fluid would have haxl no effect i When askfl tho direct causes of Miss Dietrichs death Dr Wads worth that the chief cause wns pres sure of the and that the con tributing cause was a hemorrhage at the iast stage of asphyxia i Fifteen minutes after the opening of the morning session of court Dr jVVadsworth and Abraham Wernick counsel of defence became so A A Cochran city solicitor reply ins to inlerrogations propoundetl by G J Boutplle has prepuifd and sut mitted to City Council two opinions relative to two street improvements that arc of jrenril interest One re fers to fontinuntion of the C Xinth Ktrect beturen Booth street Ihe west city Imc it Truiner bor otigh and the other with reference to ihe uupaved ot Ximli ftreet just wpst of street conditions existing Hint prevent the thoroughfare from Kditystone heiiy a continuous stretch modern pavinp Tho engineers correspondence and solicitors opinions are asfollows Cochrnn 1 City Solicitor Dear Sir Without douW the improvement Ninth street between Booth street and Lne vill culuiinnte within n very short xvliile aa practically the entire Council is now trying to find ways and means for this work There will come a time when cer tain questions will be asked by them for direct and correct nnd 1 am risking them of you on account of the fact ihnt T would prefer to have same confirmed by you Will you kindly look up three qucJ tlons for correct answers 1 Has the proper opening ordi nance been passed 2 Has the traction company ob of I A fororpier 1rlieved lo a Mexi can nimc and address unknown dieil early this niorniujir in the Ohes ter Tiospital V postmortem rxam inalioii of the will be conducted today by Jlr 1 K Oimn physician to determine the cause uf death About oclock Tuesday afternoon tho man was found lyiiiK nnconscloUK on a sidewalk nerr tninn ami Ash meail sirevis and was to the hospital It lirst he hacl been md beaten n ml to de termine if ho was Piinorlnij from a skull fracture 111 Xray pxamtmtion wap made It failed to disclose any 3ieal injurx Tliepatient failed t respond to ireatment and died without reyain inq uonsciriisness The body was re moved to ihe morjruc ot Deputy Cor oner Whit1 find the jiollcr depart ment has IPRUII an Investigation In an cAort to Ihc iilentity of I be itian Continued on Page Two AND GIRL BROUGHT FM WEST Declaring that he I iill deeply in love with Mildred Iever JPyearold i ihoir singer and thnt he surely will marry her ns Koon is he is free the JFer Thomas Hubert Jones for tnerly pastor rf a churrit in Philadel iphia met bfietertives the Vorth Philidlpliia Station last night his from Ios Angeles and Iaknn to City Hall to face charges of embezzling Mildred said Nobody lo ieep nf npart Nobodyvill bft able o make mo talk rtpainsl him Im inppy as long as Im with him She vas reKRsrd in custody of her par ents rn her arrival hrre Mips Iever and Mr made lie trip to California by automobile illd prospered there in the realestate niMnes nnil fouprit rnOititii ia ilif fiupvemo Court S RABIKOFF DIES tained permission to use the bod Ninth street within die city limits 3 Has the full width oC SO feet been established in both the city and Trainer from Meadow lane to Key stone road al tho agvcemtmt papers j with H H Ward been completed as1 regards the acquisition of ten feet on the south tide of Ninth street be tween Boolh and Trainer streets 5 What is necessary to do In order to cut tho street to the official grade as regards release damages both In the city ind in Trainer lias tho paving ordinance been properly passed T s it necessary for any agree ments to be drawn up between the city and the borough of Trainer tj Oo this work Yrry truly your G J City Kntrincer 7Jr Cochrans reply is as follows ir G J I3outcllc City Engineer DearSir In your letter you ask me to an swer seven certain questions which I proceed to answer 1 As Ninth street has ocen an opened and used highway trreut DECISION ONBEER HEARINGS WASH TNG TON March special fcenmr beer hearinss com irdttee appointed to consider the plea of wets Tor extended iiivpFileatlou of for jiiodlfiealiiru of iho Volstead Act today delayer its deci sion Tpon application of tVnator Tioeil Democrat Missouri who he said was to be present Chairman Means adjourned when pected Meiubprrof fin committee pri vately indicated that they expected 10 jjrant the wets restricted hearings on condition thnt no effort would he made to so into ihc entire question ot prohibition enforcement A detailed report prepared by Mrs Mary D Obdykc pietectlv ollicur siiowint tiio activities of th ciics cCommittee of 1rotoctlvu Work for Women and for iho year 1325 was submitUd to City Council at Its rctular meeting yesterday ufter noon It Knows clearly tin vast amountoC work coin in y under thi jurisdiction ot the committee at the Detention House iM IourUi street From January I to 7ccembpr 31 tho number of sir admitted to the rOctention HOUHI wus 1U of whieh number lli woro Of the total Ijl resiflems of Chester Tito liources fruin which the MKOK oniiiiintod wore police magistrates end aldermen OL the city county and detectives deputy sheriffs detectives Municipal Court of Philadolphla and police of Kidky Park and Mflia The offences harKcd were disorderly conduct druiikennosa liprninyt nial ineoivtcribilily attempted sul violating drnjr sict wiinoss in theft CUHC immorality vmiawny larceny frequenting dis ordffly hoiiKos scllintr ndillt ilso temporary care for the in t n i and homeless awaiting commitment lo InstiuuioiiM Cusea reported for the year Jan uary X February tft MarcV 4J Continued on Page Fifteen the meeting until a decision is ex TEACHERS CONFERENCE TO BE HELD TOMORROW Continued on Page Fifteen ACCUSED FORGER WANTS BAIL REDUCED A teachers conference which will be attended by tlic entire teaching force of the Chester sihools will bf hclfl tomirrrow at the Iarkin school nuditrriuni and the Chester High school All learners Milt assemble at the Lrirkin school for the mor session The meetins will Pen with devotional f xrrtlses by Olld stone Holm pnstrrr of the Street rhurch Addresses will bo delivered by J J Matthews stutl supervisor of vocational in struction formerly of this city and Valentino Kirby of art in the siile department C public iiist ruction In tho afternoon at thr Tarkin school T P Kersuson principal of jibe KrankHn Granimrr school will discuss the rovisrd course of ciTjics jrofcssrrr Ilyron t Jiekerinc jrriti cipal of tho Iarkinfliaham seliool will discuss the course in history and A H Shownltor principal of I the Doweyllorace Mann schoo will i mske tiio report of the committee on a The meetinc will rr ati ended by teachers it grades ono to The Klwanls CUib met last it the Chester Club Fifth street ibovo Wolah uid Inul as yiieils tlio ives and frionda of tho membors ut dinner ami iho cntirtaltmicnt that follonvd Th tare room whero tin dinner wns held decorated with iho colors of IJrhi and tha inalKnia of Mm Irish comnieinoratliu St 1al able with nreon dec IarionH and as ouch couple advanced lo its assigned table iho lady and Kcnlloman wero each riivcii wn All wore 31 yen htitii the ladies trlmmod with white deco ratiins rsembled in style those worn by the women of Ireland Tlio mens IIKIS vero all also and were styled as the old iats Thcsc were worn by ovorjono ciriritis iho entire dinner Thu men were also ylvii small piperf OL Ihe of tho shum Ihiryoiic was also provided with tureen carnations Not only waa this color routined tf th Klfls and decoratliitis Tho Tho candy was sreon the ie cream jjrioii and everythitii elfo look ou tho srccii aspect in ntch colored mirroiiiidinpF Tho IIIUMC that wan plnyed durlimtho dinner was very impressive ll Inisisied in thu lar cr part ot Irish folk There no speaker of cvenhii lraniis Mini no i AVihuingl niini anI former Chester tiieni tho group in sunps and sa lil hiinsfdl Jhc songs wore from the clubs BOIII publicii tion The Klwnniaii Harry Kane announced Ihe mem bers of iho lull whwi birthIn iinmo this wfck and ho also explained tho purpose of the club in the birth day piesent wysiom The Klwunlans whose Idrtliduys Ihls week ar Harry Bridge Joseph A Itehrman AVilliam Jvramer and Alfred ti HUer Kvrry huly present wnn plvon n ticket with L luimber on ic and Mis wjrc drawn with llieao iimnhcrK ami tho winners KVCD handscno 11 wsiii iiniionnced ihnt on April Iho Klwnnls Club will ivo their n nunl inimical cnterta intiiint most probably Hlfrh Hclmo fudiiorinm 1 Hall pro uid CliarhK 11 Elaine hnd charpe ot the eiilertahnmnt pro pram The committee in charpc of the affair wnn composoil rC Churh1 IJ liliilno chairman Kriink M MII kr Hurry H liancer Ami Craenirr lames M Jnnes William A nnd K C Downey Thosn who had hnVfo of ihe decoiiltiiu were Hurry It Dancer and KuhfiiHS After dinner following enter frinmeiit was presouted Glair Stor liiiK soprano anlolbt lenry TioVern character jketches Ardel CTcsives violinist ond Marncy Fried limn tho piano acfompiinlt Thi iviis followed by danclns IN THIS DRY POLL Nearly 500000 Votes More to Date Than Straw Vote in 1922 O March comparison of the recordhronklncr national referendum on prohibition conducted by NFA Pervlce and a similar poll taken by The Itlcrary plgrstin 1020 shows a large increase in the percen t age of voters not in favor of the present prohibition law During this fouryear period tho strength the niodiflcationtstE and tho ropcnlers has been increased if these romparat may hr lakfii as a criterion In th national referendum of NEA Service votes Iiavo bten ulated lo This iitakew it by fnr thelargest unofficial referendum in history The JJterary Tjifrist poll brntiirhl in moro Hum nn ttio questionspropounded tn tho NKA Heriico refrrondum nnd thus it offers an dtiirnblo lisls for co par is on A Comparison The results nd ijf ho Direst1poi vcre Prohibition Repeal Modification Total In the present 356193 189855 376331 icrs Defense On Embez zlement Charge K Carpenter lilnl lrlil 1 Kotiitii euect Darby lor nihler tho Darby Hank n compjiny wns resumed this ns it IjeghtniiiH the ilay mid I 1 oclock tills ifter uroi iho caso to tho Jury la harired with cm larceny iittd with having Uttements lo tanlc cx niile 1also Tin iueati part of ycslenlays wis taken up in proscnt UK Injures oltalnod frinn lite banks for tlu pnrpiro oi1 UK just what sliurlagu iarpeiHir is illcKtd to have been resiiotsllili for Th of u huKii security loitso and Company nnd KorHe Kyle i lumber and mlllwork Ivul r of Jhiladi Iphia anIho Iwo asiocialloiis m tho bunk vim ilKuro in tlio Irrerfiilsirl ies It heiiiK alicRnd thai Mr Kyle nstructcd Mr Carpcnler to purchase worth oC United Stiilcs bonds inl that It thesu bondi thatllij irfil In ihn alleKtd whortnuc It wis teritlllel ly Fredoriik lrry 11 srilcsmau for tho Car lalrs Lhat ho smld n niim cr ni btinilH to tho Darby bank but lluso wore urdered not by Mr Carpenter but by the latc Charles K who then view president uf tho bank Vdum iotsihiil president of Ihe anl wns Iathd by 1 Mac Carter assistant diNtrict aUorucy vlio in tho prosoeutiou Mul lie teslillcd ihiil he alioiided i jonfrtronco In relation lu ihe illcKed shorttiKo and hat Mr Carpenter isked if lie had tnkoii any of the iimiuv to which he replied ho had not Mr Gotschal was pressed furlher Ity bath Mr MncCartfr and liluin 13 who with IX1 Miilcohn H counsel for Carpenter but ro lled It Mr Carpenter said more tlittn this do not renniiiher It in thetrial Ohnrles K Ion Holicltor fur the bank te i hut U a cjnfirfnci Mr Cariienler that hi was rrspnuslljio for thu ICylo shortage nnd that tin money had hocn to talio caro ef other losses Mr WeVst Ills afternoon called nt lenllon to tho testimony JIM luibmltlod by Ihe rnininonwpallh niul claimed led ARMY MAN HANGED AT MATH S MANILA FOR MURDEi I MANILA P I March John S Thompson AVesL Point srudii ato of 1923 and Beau Urummcl of the army colony xvas hanged at G2J a in lodity In niiiubaiulonnd hnrnUUo Mrucluro bnch of thu iu sir term a s cor supply house nt Fort McKlnley Tho old building in Uio haftlight of iliiwn provided HnttlnK for iho final act of a tragedy that bejaji n few minutoa after midnight on April G 1925 when Thompson llrtd flvo bullata Into thu brcust of 16 yenrold Audrey BurloiKli diuifihiei of Captain Hamilton Cahues and favorlto of tho army social set Thompson tho son of ttnv Milton Thompson of Astoria X Y wus in lovo with Audrey Ho said ho shot her bicnuse she would not Innrry him Her hist words Thompson tolil ho coin t which condemned him ere T love you Thompson went to tho i tnlforni but without Insignia lad been stripped uf his raulc COUNTY W IN SESSION Mrs Ella A Boole Na tional President to Ad dress Group TO COLJOOLIDGE President Makes Plans to Start Today lor Ply mouth to See Father Ms late FOUR WEST END HOMES ENTERED BY BURGLAR Dctccllves have obtained n rln which they are confident will lea to Ihf apprehension of n Ihluf wh hits been npcrutini In the wester teetiun of the city riurinfj thn early hoiri ycslcrila morning four places were forcibl entered tint in only ono inttanei di the Intruder secure tny loot about six dollars in money That a I the home of James Ilanna ZOO Weal 1ourth street where omnuicn by forcinK a rear door after efforts to break open a cellar win dow had failed Jlarry Migitire til Fourth street heard nil Intruder in his home lint beinR unarmed and fearing tho thief was Ihe possessor of a nun made no attempt to rnpluro him him After the unwelcome visitor After the unwelcome visitor do parted Mauire made an cxamina made through a fido window The lower ronma hatl lnoii rnn yarked but nothing of value hnd been taken The home 3Ii A nil In Doh AVesl Kourth was rntrrcd between and 3 n in Ihe ihlnf breaking a catch em a rear hed llfibert Wort Ninth Direct reported hat a focr of a thnt it had failed entirely lo suh KtaulliHe the jlo referred particularly to the fact no tes timony had Ijiion Miibinliled to rhow that Ihti alleLjcl rthorlUK could bo directly to Mr AVcerrt also called tho atten tion of the Jury to tho testimony Oharlcn K vhci had testimony lo thu ettcci that during a couteronco if nnd dl rocloiM of thfciliuil Curpcntei ijiu 1 Iioitaijro in tint Account oi Gnorfc Kyle Then AVeeit produced u Ifttci et recommendation which Mr Kgfileston afterwards to Ciir pctitcr Hi Dint rarpcntor made asfiyiinnnlH to tho bank to cover nny losHis at Ihe time uf the assignment orany losses liilci1 anfl said that his purpoic to prove that chore had been no losses aiistained by the bank Mr MacCarter aiiijivcrcil Mr AVcufit Mating that ivhile llr had adnilllud that there vcro cer tain thing in Iho case which hi did not underiand not helm especially familiar with biinkluK tliat he Mr MaeCarler did uiidcrHlind them Me Maid ho could not undcrnlnml how when ihc hanlc examiner came and found a Hhortngo of 110 ill honrta In tho Jihfiiy Bond Club that Car penter ijuld brineforth bonds to that amount and how the envelopes In which thesi bonds Were Itcpt could befound in Carpentirri Miifuly box Briih addrosfifii worn of short dura linn inl following UIRHI Iudio IronrMlelil rharpcl tlif jury Thj difense opened cie ycMter lay afternom and put on tin sland several rhararlnr uiid alHO a nunihnr of whu had teiilllied previously for Uic common wealth In ycateriltiyH IMHU It wrn iKor rectly Hinted ilint ihc dffetidant was formerly by theFirst National Hank Uarby 1 ininiii ick of IflD rroomaH Htrfoi this city but lately Tho fipriiiK convviitlon ot th Vouuinn Christian nion of nouwtiro County la In KCS ilon hero today In the Mndison Street Metbodlat liplncopal church Sftventh nnd Madlbon strocis The morivint KCBHloii convened at 10 oclock and Iho afternoon Hcasion at which time Kiln A lioole nti liotutl AV 0 T U president U scheduled lit deliver nn addrcwa on Our Duty In Politics will convuno 230 oclock Tho Hov Dr Ohidslono Ifolm tor of the Madison Street church conducted lint devotional service at 10 oclock this morn Ins and reports were mado by each of tho county of llccrs Tho miperhUondenls of the viirlonn dcpartmrnts of tho work uf iho union In IMa county were Jilno ncheihihHl lo ulvo reports nt this norniibH nCHslon Tho siiporlnlcn enlH jiro Mnry Vnriuill Mrs Ada It iHlcrJlni Jlrs lOinma Mo Coiuiell MlSit Tunnlo louts Mrs Fnnnlo AVhllp Mrs A J Pennock nnlo Taylor nnd Mury U 1 iiinnwiiy noondny prayer service fol Inwod by a aooliil hour in churtro of MVH Jlertlui C Darling Ion mid u lunuhcon will brini this mornings Hcsriloti to a clone A business meet iiiK will be held tit 130 oclock As it followup of UooleM nt 230 oclock tin upcn fortuv Avlll ionduclpd A piiBcunl Aylll bo WASHINGTON March dent Coolldgo will to birthplace Plymouth Vermoiit this afternoon The Irosldent in this as in otheV personal matters Is making every effort to keep the affairs of his family from public Mr Coolldtfc was in communication with Plymouth today and was dd vised of the impending death of his SOyoarold father Col John Cool Idge The nyed man however waa not able to talk with his son Tho President on his journey north ward into tlio icy hills of Vermont will fiiko only u few attaches and scoreI sicrvlca inrn Tho journey lo which will bo by special train will take about 15 or IB hours and no stops vlll be mado except for fuel and water Tha irjin will gn over either tho BattU more ami Ohio or the Pennsylvania to Xcw York and Ihonce northward The Presidents train running as special jiectlon prubahly folio wing the regular schedule of ono oE tms fastest exprossijH will stop either et Iudloiv ten miles from Plymouth or it Hlver Junction about 20 miles from depending unoti cotulltlijiis of roads between those two points and thu Uttlo CoolldGQ farmhoune nt Plymouth Notch AutomohllcM and slelghsa have been made ready at those two points for tho Presidents journey Uy leaving this uternooii the PrcMldent can iirrive In Plymoutli early tomorrow The 1resldcnt probubiy wiI sponii tho nlKlita of hid expected brief stay in Plymouth in the farm house 03it would cunrttinKJ H preit amount dt tlmo to nifikr Iho journey back and forth from the special railroad train which It ia understood will bo kept on a siding with Ktcum up readyfor the Prciidciits return McnnwliUu aL tho House btisincjis today followed iho usual joutlno fjeiiiilor of Idaho called to discuss reciamatloh pro JijetM In liiM state Mrs Cootldgo Just before noon rer called Invitallous she had issued fur a White House iiiuwlcale to bo held at 1 p m lodny It Is believed who will accompany thjs Prcatdcnl on hia trip lo see his father TlYMOlTTir Vt Jliuch liihn Coulldsu may dlo beforehia tho President of the United Stales can arrive hero from WaslV J Ililkfn in ihu yard at tho rear nf his home had been tampered u Uh I Xfv Yirli and bin thai entrance hal not been wis of several tK fr tcrsporsed with mtiBlcil nhmbcrs by ProfesiorT G polley ft pltla and Mrs TWsley R Morgan Cliesler Thepubile ii Invited to at tend Ihc pensions of tho convention DEMOCRATS DRAFT TENTATIVE SLATE 922383 poll which far from oniplcto perrenlapes arc nr follows is results rtil nd Prohibition Modificri t ion Total Tlu J H 3orkitiF alias F Jt Ilodpcra who is in Media jail In deficit rf on chargOF oC allcped anl obtiininr money under pretense loday instituted habeas corpus proceedings throne1 bis torney Robert Beatty in nn rftort to have his bail reduced The htar inir on the petition will be held vU nrday morning 11 jrt oclock ludir lohnson Verhins was arrested nt Marcus Hook Saturday after a bank Teller him from At the Cluster i n fternoon of p so vn to twlvn will meet by jects for tho Olinrti thcti Tpyricht 2 AuTOISTS ARRESTED RIITTPDA wn noiMViwr CAV DAT ifcK ANO DR1NKINC SAY POLICE 257973 447322 684114 1389403 n if Ttato NIvA Srv frjhililt ELECTRIC CO OFFICIAL TENDERED BANQUET vlola court by a law ill nuinlicr run frtiirlay jiiry bfjre JtMrr I pliralfd tn anoiliT uffcnai of ihc same Kind however and was A committee of nine iirominonl Demooritlc loaders oC IJelawari rontity appninted at n recent moet int of the Delaware County Demo cratic Commiten by chairman Al bert I Muils of fansdowne met at the law olllco of Frank C IMiodes In Alcdla laat nlRlu They Huegeatet tho following men as for the Democratic congressional tnj legislativetickets For congress Oenrpe J Johnson South SpriiiKllcld lranlc HhodCH of Media Thomas T Osboilie of Me dia for IcKlslature A 11 Oearv WalllnKford Albert B of Lansdownn Milton J Portr nf Wayne Allan fj Tyson of Tin inemberH of tlio state coinmit tfie Inmcs F Desmond of Chator Itrrnard travaiiaiiKh of Clifton Heights JlrH Florence T Dorn lilaser of PeitlleUI and A Li Geary of WallliiKford Many Delnwnre cinmty 1ifino iTatlc men and women will attend tho incelinK of the Democratic XVomenH ltliichfon club at the iJellevun Strat ford Hotel Philadelphia at noon Monday Marcii 52 when former Indcr Kecrelnry of Stato Norman If DavlH rf President Wilsons criblnet will dlvtr the tMincIpnl ad cnsi III fuhjct will center around Iresent Day Insuos DrAlbert 0 Cram1 physic tn to tho rreslhrnta fnlhur told iievis paperiiinii tills iitturnoon that tho In aiid thnt ha would not be surprlrted j nt anything within tho next few hour Following1 his visit this morning Dr Criim issued thii bulletin Col CoolldKo has grown weak durlnt tho iiiyht and hia heart 3 not so soar althoiifth it has Im proved over the condition at 1330 a tn but is moro variable to 140 Temperature about jiormil Respira tion JS Signed VJtl A 5f CRAM A rotary snow plow today com pleted tho work o den ring tiia rurotch of road here and Ludfow the nearest railroad point to which the President prob ably Wili cotnn onroute lo Plymouth WOMEN ENDORSE SENATOR PEPPER 3 iur sold Tlohort T Wallace rcaidenc for the Ielnvvaro Counly ihargcd ihal a titate piilic Receiving report frfm merchantc Iiot a man appnreiuly under tho in tueili e of lijuor was oprrntiiig in 1 utotiiobil rip street near Market Hniare jliout 12r0 oclock i this afternoon Patrolmen Owens and description senout by a JanPdovTo j Hamilton to the pin The mo bank K Kabikoff fitier nf yn Ka Primer wife rf tiinon Rrtnirr of 315 street died it home ii35 Houtli Fifth street Pmlidol ihin early this after liavinc iilion down a ilicht of stairs nl ItLs ifitiic List woek and siv ral frniiiirrd rib a broken arm and fraeturod skul The funeral was leil Ms i ioori from his late reidencfnt the IlOe nddresr with a laryo timnbcr Jt rclntives inrl nttendins Pabikoff was well known rc in the section of the tity wbcre Jived arh I VANTS TAX ON U S MAGAZINES OTTAWA Ont 3arch thr recent ban on an Anuri n niifn7ne nd a fiiity newspaper delvsratior reprcsentlnfr the Maga ie PtihliPhinK Association of Canada icre tbo povernnicnt to lO a on all United States cntcriig the dominion The Judgment Day Do you believo that vill be a judgment flay when all will be calta to answer for their transgressions coi earth7 Do you Vrelievn in ITell ns n plart Tire and iho other choice of a place to po derail if von fail to get through the Heavenly Rates What arv ve really judev by in life Is it what wo beliovo or is It the tra2tire of sorvito that render to our followmcr Thesn questions will dtscus ed in the Twoway Pulpit on Church Pap of the Chester Times next Saturday by Rev Tohn Roach furdamentallpi New York and ha Rov Hubert C Herring liberal minister Bos tor t oi is ird a TCTiiinion nail diap pearid tlio helnc informed the car had con to Mrrktl jtrcet ond tnrrce toward the river Owen and took triit vbich loci to Afreet lilrcked by an antomjbiiv driver of which was iiuincr trouid ojieril J it The oecupaiit plarrtd n i i patrol and taken to iny Hall They they wer William H HrfF JJ years oM 344 Taylor Terrnrr w nir I ami driver of thn ar and I fimplsins II old 1013 Upland Jtrees Jons taken to the office j of Dr II ronaoo city phjsician i who iXiininc1 him and ISFIKI a writ ten report certifying thai Hie man j Iiad been flrlnktnc He was to City Tfnll sni with Simpkins locked up it I j beforr Maclftralc Erry in Minn M tliat th term man i an n Minne pfta and to butter and ijc dealer in general Herman CA trday Tiled suit for SlOfinjo lam atrrF icairmt a riiiilcvillc Ihtatro and Frnikin nrtvcss Kliirrelliutr charged Irif he snf fered in his iepiitation that Ins the i niorale ihararur atid in HiKntire have and Clf j He hat hl Mar tint ivc tor hcjiil with hav al th Uroomnll and also II wnri number of County Ktectrlc Company for the niortni and Htafe imlieo fuund there district wan tendered a icstlinonial fn Ociober d frf iast year at which dinner Inst thr sueals lucbiclI titno thn was raided iiiK the cniployrs of th district A t UHifir wives and friends numbcriin two was offfr in at yrster hUTidred I dayfi cdlniH nrd tatr Troopori Tho evint tifk Triace in h ioin llnrtman nnd Ktiinedy and AnsiMl panyH rfliee trtiildinrr in MorlJi ant F 1 Qnlnn Smith Mfsialanr was idjntided it as blnw liquor which IjaKtniayter and short talks cum pi ii they founI rn tho I menUiry to Mio Jiosr vfjri idven by Creifjrle who vas rirprcsonted by A K Granger general manager ot Mcrvyn Jtirk claimed lhit after Hie company Sheriff Isim Johnj Iii had bern arristfd for the pon Howard Ijrrnhrrifj dlstrlcl man ajjfr noiich of iubtn tions Coulter Arthur Gerhftr1 Hid Yvuhnv the Chester district At the liin tiiakiiiR Jlr iiranpr In behalf tiio presented Mr Wallace with a trivii bac whlcli the re cipient tcceplfti vitli a lev clKinen remark1 thv rrvinsr of a sunip tiious rpist iiiu iMovinp piciurt etit talilniit n vaudeville show ly professional and for which In ho Hold his iris tr or tii SHIPYARD WORKER DIES FROM INJURIES J Cordon FuUernian chair man of tho bulletin business commlt leo of Ihc Peiinaylvanio Council of Republican Women luis sent out the following notice who believi in the policies and respect for the principles ot Iresident CoolidKe should now work fur ihc of Senator George Ieiipcr as the best man ti carry out these policies in Iennaylvanla Duriiij the past ffur years in the Senate he has earnestly striven to serve the beat interests ot his Htrttc and country both at homo nnd abroad has loyally supported the ndiiilulslrUlon and given gener ously of hia time and service to every pood ciiis AJi the outstand ing lawyers of the United States hia alijllly in Jcjjal matters is unques tioned As an orator statesman and man of hlyh moral character and broad experience he its deserving ot paid Iho lino yosterdny and that he had uothi dn with thc dvc at the time raid Ward Tarnall aged thlrtys I x Jfars husband of Mr ICllsi Yarnall of 41J ISasl Third street tiled early uvonlntj at tho Chester Hospital where be had been ridmltted on Mon day following Injuries unstained by being struck by a heavy plate while at work at the plant ot the Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Company He was injured about the head and body Yarnall had been employed for Konjfi time as D crane operator at the yard Topics of Times BURNED SETTLEMENT MAD Kim I a Holicrl 1iv aijel 3fl yonrn of 1S1B West street was admitted to thi Chester Hospital early this DAHDAAFV CITU mornlns with Mm decree burns of IXmLlumLJ OilEtho body and fac sustained by fall inc in a tank at the Kllyslonr Prinl His condition was reported ifiit 0 grjod at the hospital this morn lilavartr immty jnp f i hi property I utTr jiiipaiiy MR Ml The an ancing q rnNniTtnrr CONDITION v jru dot Marlof f fjtiiH y KLetrlr 11 ir I1 reet and j The Weather The fellows who were raided iritheir smoker in a roailhouse in Mddletown should have known that a black cat is a jinx There havo been several jewel bcrics recently hut the average man wont tct excited over a diamond robbery until Eddie Cotishan and other umpires got to working in a few weeks A reporter v rote a story becatiso ho noticed a chaso automobiles on Market street a few days ago Get down at niit and he might no tico chickens do tho samo thing Ureikinr a mirror may be a ssn of bad luck but not as sure a sign is brcaliin a law Humor hns it thit some of the dats cvovn in tho huern garden of thj Sultiii t Turkey weigh over j half a pound We always suspected j thai Ihe Sultan hud semo heavy i dates tiicre The t ami I 1rnrs and ifslui drilcrs in butler immoral nnd t t i n m L 11 s T i 11 a ynsc entliicd Mui used rcrtsiin t trr lhlt all and KSS wIT iicn lirent iiiii llt It tllC reported and thereby holJ idairtif ltnilarly situr P to eorlernpt and rldiCiilc WORKER ELECTROCUTED loked iithin hf I to their i irip f 1 vo n to tCnfnoeM joM to Hm jJt ui lim j clectrlrlans helper was I when ho came m contact a Hxc wire carrying 130rn volts in the Pubj iic rrodutujn Companys t plan hro CIieKIer j ih it oprration M t plf i thK mornint j haanrrilirj Plack SATURDAY NIGHT CLUB MEETS i Memlxr il he finturday j Club nn compospd of a I til number of Ohfstrr intn held their annual St pitricks Day dlnnfr i I the cafe Ln rialfidolpiih y Ciuipiiy an pur Din pa ny freiuit WASHINGTON March j Weather Forecast Eastern Penna i Cloudy tonight and Friday Not much change in temperature fresh possibly strong southwest wiira this Rfternoon shifting to north and northeast tonight UiKiurty oniitnros a Quartet ore lhaii four iUtsacrs thinks Iit ia nothing PEPPER BILL PASSES ASIIIXCTOv March is bill rn Thf national ln irenraa loday wag iihotit ly rcord the votv al Serntid and Mark novIy pifrporty MlH tho railway rnmpiny the enche llodi betweon and fifcond Market slroit nnd IMmont ivenue win tiie cxrcptirn of sninj pio U will lirutilized JM 1 freiixli vnrd A V Pv Cne Hie Dfl nwaro County Kkin at j soillfmont while fJriry Thllu dciphla ami I TODAYS CALENDAR Low wateriSS a m andllCS n Hourly Rscord 1 a m 2 a m 1 a m 4 m 3 a m n m i a m 31 31 31 39 30 31 3 S a in li a m 10 am I a m Xoon 1 m 2 p 31 33 3S 42 Rl sr as he coal ptriUc Is over and print is here a liousi is nothing to brag about The Piince of is now noted for an umbrella Some peo ple will use any thing fox a parachute A Uimdbelie In Upland says wouldnt mind servinK In a iury the panels were decorated in tha xnew paytrl shades Short tneen dresses will find favar ammi the young women this fashion note And there arf stilt plenty of llappern who will for tiio long green   

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