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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 22, 1926, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVERAGE NET IAIO CIRCULATION FOR MARCH 1888O FINAL With All Latest and Best News of the Day BQTH 15403 CHESTER PA THURSDAY APRIL 22 1920 PRICE TWO CENTS Damage caused by oricin whh of four wa CHESTER PIKE MERCHANTS TO FORM C OF C GO Vote for Organization of Business Asso ciation Prominent 5oT dress Group at Glenoldcn Meeting FOUR GARAGES BURN BOY KILLED BY VETERAN MAIL AT MARCUS HOOK MOTORTRUCKi CARRIER QIITS HANGS ALLEGED MURDERER TO BRIDGE pslimated at IlOdi was a lire of an unknown li started in one of a row and ijuiikly sprea Hlxty business mon and properly owners rcpixscnHnt Hie borons1 unil townships In llic Chester pike river front hell eMondiiiK front Col ivyu to Kililysionc last nielli voted to form a chamber oC commerce at the cuncliiibioji of an enlinslasuc incoliitK held in Williams Glenj cihkii and empowered Albert A Mr i Cunsland an organizer for i incrv body to proceed with the hie of welding the varied jnterests in 11 if Pike uoellun into i one bij iniit 1 A change was made in the Fonnol of Die temporary ntliccrs wiij will serve until I he unit is icady to function permanently which vdll be ji about six weeks il is nndei stood luheph IlaUas of Darby tie lirsl chairman was continued in thai o Jiee J Mauhiosscii of dalo was made secretary iiinl hem llcokoll i ileiloldn lctod treasurer Wilh the permanent for mntion of tin commerce body Inwn in the ru7iiiiivnUnn will its own viee prcslilctii After llallas had ailed the medium lo order ami had plvcn a ivMime Ihc two previous meel insF hesnlrodneeil the prineipal MiVntier of Ihe ovenlnpr V lilpin f Llifion Heights well attorney and banker wlio riict Value of CoOpciutive lo the rear of a moat market and grocery siore at 1010 Vines avenue Marcus Hook about llli oclock toi ilny Tho four wore biirnyrl j lo the Kiound ami damage to Hie from smoke and water was es liinated al SJiHl Tlic store nnl saij aces wore owned by rroliyman i The store Is occupied by 1 AstiKm car owned by Cannaniiin S Spruce sireo in one of the jiiruaos was cullj sidciMbly damaged Slight damage was also done to another car Kire companies from MiircUH Ibiok cose linwood llolcliis and Trainer j responded lo the alarm Daniel Murphy JrG Years Samuel dough With Old Is linn Down Years Service Gets riKIOKT Miss April I Inv I lackson while Ibu swiunp oved from HIO county Kddystone oM Daniel Murphy Jr G years pluyiiiK ii front uf Ills lioino at liiti Xinlh street near Savitle ave nue Kddysiuiic liilay noon ran against i bis motor truck iinil fell uiulor one of tlie roar wheels which passed uvcr head crushing his j workof a bridge Picayinu uc ieordim lo reports received here from Samuel CloiKh US Kast Ttlrj scon leeiilh slreel alter tweniysix years j service as a leticr carrier In llils city has resign passed Hit PEPPER GAINING AH OF WOMEN Mrs William Ward Ir Says Senator Will Got Hig Vole Here PEPPER LEADER STADIUM FUND IS MOUNTING Total of Listed Committee Is oar from cit tho IKW Mr KobinKon filed instrinci after instance of how great things bad been accomplished through oopcr alive effort poinlin lo the New York floek Mxcharn the Keystone MHoiiioblli Club Historical Society of Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Heal Estate Hoard as example1 In speak in of the accomplishments t the Keystone Automobile Club Mr Hgbinson said lhat it had been through his association lhat the best IlKhwavs in the world had been oli Urinod I full credit for these iiiiproveininls to Weeks the organizer and fMiruul1 Hie ilccliircI Referring lo the phenomenal firowlh of the Sixtyninth street sec tion the speaker deelarrd Ihc push anil drive of tho district was duo in Ho small measure to the efforts put forth by illiam ICnalz Mr llobinson spoke oC various thiniiM for which a Commerce body Klioiild slum aiftl iiiiprovcirtiMHs111 V should work for iAiwine these Jie 1 Boy1 SebuVniovoment school savings purks playgrounds ing pttblio improvements ami proper traffic regulations Kollowing his address Or Robert K Moffott former manager of Ihe 1onnsy 1 va ma fhambcr of tommerce anil now secretary ot the Ioltslown Chamber of Commerce gave an In loroalinir onlline of the hislury of bodies of lliis character Ho said thai chambers of commerce came into txislence in the huuih of early in the sixteenth ocnlnry and llial Ibe present body ill New York organized in 177 lie traced ihe origin of llic bilck for i a period of ciyhl hundred years iVhsm il found its csprnssion in the old juiids and fairs of Kuropt Ur iloffcll who is no stranger in i liie ChcMltT pike section having j lived in Collingdstli for many years cliiiractemod the Chitcr pike boll il prcscnl as dead He declared lie kneiv of no section with more na tural resources to capila lize than I lie intcrlockiiif boroughs ami townships j along the pike Mr McCiiusland has been delegated to organize the comniurco Wilh ri total of loaned to date by citizens of Chester and M Humid members Ihere Is excellent prospect that the entire amount needed for Hie new Pennsyl vania Tdiiiiary ioiloiu stadium an uliletb Held will bo wiihm a week This was iiprlrd yesterday at meriiuK of lho P M C stadium have I campaign coinmitleiat Ihe Chester club il 11 Ward chairman ot llio cominiuee poinied out lhal only tolal of f lOmUi Is xeus of tbesteiin make stadium ii reality less than two days of actual work on the project ho siirl wo have very ra t irylnjr results so fir Only a littlo liard work is renuircd on lie part of tlic crmmitlco inont hirs to the full amount desired It should be leincinbered thiit P M i is not iisking for conlribiil ions li build Ibis stadium hut rather asking for luans from the of Chrsier Curler our plan the money will bo paid back wilh iniercsl is lho first lime in more siNiy years that P M has asked any assistance from the City of i and ibis HniHie Institu tion is 1101 for money but I asking for i foiin to connsiimniiili a projecl which will benelit the en tire city i hosiers is oity Tho remainder of 1111 amount iemiired will he ruisocl outside ciiy from alum id friends and nitrons lion Thboys lalher iitlnictid by lho of his boys playmates ran In Ibe place and wilh the iiMislaiioi of tho nioiorlsi carried tbe boy to an aiUmiuhilc and spooled wilh him to Hie Chester Hospital but death won Hie race physicians upon making an iniincdia t o examination proiioL life oMlnet Joseph 1YedrucU of this city driver of the truck who Uiis cxon of bliinu by eye wilnesscr rrndered UI possibU aid lo lho In jured boy and Hicli tninxnrhMod to Hie boruusli police ant horilios Me furnished securlly for his appearance at Hie coroners tinniest Iredrnck according to information xivoii the local polict dcparlineni was nut aware lho Alnrphy chillis life was in danyer iinlil hu heard Ihe boy pluymaics sereainliiH lie broiiulii the heavy motor vehicio to an Immediate hall bill nol In time lo prevent tho wheel crushing thu little victims skull from 1 1m I jKsl ImviiiK aye siMvllvc years which Is tin retirement sol by Mho IJnlUd Slates IuKlulllou Depart niini il Washington Mr dimwit reached Hie retlremeni more than a year aso but was iilvon permission indict f the lynching today opening PepperFisher kson held for lulion of the palpn In this Itv jury which Tuosdny failed Hi t with Iho announcement Unit in eonneciiou wilh Senator LtSlle oC Pinlnnvli lohn A Melomore and support lieoi Wluirton Pitpirl Mltme federal onunnoI for Jeimlor and John S IlsiiM1 ran diilali for tiovcrnor has ihrovn mob Kalnod enlriinee lo Ihe by UNliiK blow torehes on the doers aciordliiK K the reports a no lo Jacksons cell they bound llils htuids ami feel tied i iironml i letleicarrier in this his nerk nnd rushed him lo Hie Thomas II j Ilidgo the posimaster lirsl carrier on III free delivery was Kiotn lhal rouie Ihe Highland ave BERGERTSKS CONGRESS TO FIX WAR CAUSE April Victor Heiwr Socialisl Wisconsin wis informerl by the1 louse Foreign Affairs eommitleo unlay thai he woiilil be griinled n hearing iarly n May on bis resolution proposing in inlerna IionaI commission lo lix the resionsihility for tho world conflict Kergers rosohiilon reipiesta the Ilesidont lo call an iiiiernal ional conference which would appoint a cummlssion of cxpcrU of notilral miiions to delve into secret and confidential documents of all nations participalinK in the war NAB TWO LinLE GIRLS IN THEATRE DRESSING ROOM to Ioniinuo l bis work year He liigan as cliy on Inly 11 Iben I io was Ibe Trainer1 rovite when i there he was shifted to 1 nno route and curried niiiil In thai i section of Hie city for nonm Him j i Later bo was ohnnKOd to Houlo No I ift ind was on lhat ruuu for several years Mr slated today Hial ilnr U Iho onlysix years lhal he car ried mail in llils city he bad to leave his pus I on account oC sickness only OIHO and Hun beint for only lie week When asked If he found any prirlicnliir firsciiiiit ion to lho work of carrying nuiil he replied that lie dll not and only conliiincd lieciiuse II was a Koud and sure way in which lo make a Hvlni for hit family Pon jimln of last Tcnlh slrcei ji siibslllnle for srnno Linn has been appointed to lake Mr place In his years of service Mr has seen many elianMes olleoled in Ihe pcrMHintl of Hie local poslolllco as well as Kral elmiincs in the pistiil laws every now Mr IloiiKh will monthly pension from the jjovorn inent A pliui by llic Postoflioo in Pi0 whore by Implrjios are required to in rTich year t Iwo and cent of their wants Tin Irilosi rrprrt through thirl method Koverji nient has collected since HI20 Ihe sum or A bin is now which if passed will In crriise the nniount Hia L each poil olllco employe will pay back lo the Kovornnifiil each year to four per cenl of his Tlie annuity will then increase lo J new bill will also IIx ihe retirement tt sivtv jonrs instoar ol sixtvrnc DRY LAW PROBE IS NEARING END Time for Orys lo Present Case Is Getting Down to Few Hours j WASHINGTON April row was pveeipilaled In llio Senate pnt j hibUkn committee hvarliiK today when Ihairnian llarreld dry j notice that the prohibition lux inembcrs an I of the Institu ANNOUNCES METHOD TO AID HAY FEVER CASES The development of 1 simple and cinek nietbod for identifying plan I pollens iniiHiiifr hay fever was an nounced here at Ihc annual meeting of ihe American PblloHO phioaI Society by Ur Clcorgo T In Moore is the direeior of Ihe I Missour Pioiinical at SI Louis The American Philosophical Society is Americas old OKI scientific society bavin been founded by llen jiiiiiin Kranklin We have worked out a special chemical dye which is a combination of a cello add i be wellknown dye nijrrocenec with which pollen can be stained said tho doctor This slaininumakes visible Ihc iind structure of the pores of Iho lon Prom this a pisitivo identifica tion of the pollen can be marie once Two little girls one years old and Ihc eight discovered m June nf the dressing rooms ot a tlieatrt last night kept their identity secrei until earV this murning when they informed Miss in charge of the House of Detention whore they hiiii been sent ly the police thai they lived on Grahiim slrect Today Ihoy were retiiriied lo tbelr parents i Investlfration disclosel thit tliey liad gained entranco lo one of the Heiress dressing room by clltnldng a lire escape anil gclllHK in through a window They were rumniaglnf through costumes nnd oilier personal effects when Kinprised by tin ers HOLD MAN ON ALLEGED BAD CHECK CHARGE ILAlNKIKln X J April Albert Fink 17 of Xew York w arriiigncd in the city conrl here to diy and roniiinded lo jail for invtstl giition on a flmrge nf tli XsiliiViiiil Hiinlc of Ilitlntleld J means of n frninliilent check Ftnk wap arrester In West ll near here ypmorday when be tried cash a UfiGO chock at the First tional liiink of Wesi Held The check it is charged wan no good MOUVET PARIS PAIHS April Monvct the and bis lalesl lioiinuiii Ambrose of illy wire married today nmld a daxzlinsr than n Tlie orchids alone are have been worth uflono francs lion was to be inbltrartly closei with 7 hours ininulis more o lesilmony The be said would makr no further investlgni Ion of Its owi illialive wluiinpon the wnls con Ilial theywore being f hours of ibir reinalnlng Htm1 liarrcld said Orys have 1 hour li ilnnles anrl will be given i houn Idllional ho fnct lhat II Vets have honrs SO ininnleM vo mining llioy iinnouniid they ha losod their ease Harrold said icy will be allowed only S hours i all Senator llecd Missouri Democrat Vet iirvlestcd this gnve the Drys Vj hours inorr than Ihu Wets hut o wns ruled down by llio chairman will close those heiirlngs In iKnrs and Jl mliiutej If It IH In the nlddle of n sentenC Manold said Hood iit one point protested Hint was not on either Bldli ot the caso Ph crowd laughed My Mateimiil may arouse the anghtr1of or fools llerd bill wo Inlend lo decide lltls on fairts not on prujnillc enn liiko thai wilh my conipll nentK oil into Ihc rankn of Vuro Mip orters Al i Ili1 Pepper UK of Senalor Leslies iiclion was aken aM an indication of ihu lidil viivu from the Wcsi whlili il icon predicted will sween ibroiKh he Kiislern part of tin Hal11 ami ihe luiinlnallon for Ieppir ami The Popper hoadinmrn rs are lo aled In Kooms in mo liw mlldlng Ilasl IMflh Mreel below Market street and all day yslcrday here a oonlliinnl lino id holh nen nnd women who have always laken l lejullng purl In pollllill nm pnigns Ibroughoul ihe county Illltlni in and onl Mrs Ullllam Wanl Ir a leader Huong llio women voiiiH of Ihosicr Creeled Ihe callers nnd staled thai sle was al Oie turn Hie sen liniont has iiikcn during the pasl lays In fiivor of Sciialor Popper Tito light Is beginning to wax warmer said Mrs Uurd and not ilhsiandlng ihi the primary elec tion IN Mill Hexoral weeks tiff ins to ininv Inlerest bcliii ii In llio Hnltcd Slates Senale l limn In any political oonleit dining my experience in polities I am perfectly itistled that I hi womrn of the cliy ami 1 1eel stife In saying n county nre going lo snp Mr Pepper in llio Senalorial light Women vho In previous con UMIS I could never Induce to Hike an inlerosl in floeHons hiivo Volnn tarlly iinnc lo me and pledged thom to assist In getting out llic PLEA OF FOR SIMPSON IS i HEARDATMEDiA Slayci Confessed Darby Likely to Slay in Court Hints Guilty Througi Misunderstanding Is PC til ion MRS WILLIAM WARD Jr Who tia chnrue of the PopperFisber Campnign Commit Ice in Cbcsler E ADVOCATE ATKIWAJNiSCLUB Rev W K r Haas Meth odist Minister Praises Newspaper Comics Ipholdlti newspapers in IholruHo if comic MtrlpM siiylni thai Ihu com l nil ilia tod presented Abraliatt David not Krnnl a reiiuesl Kvl HITRUN VICTIM IS STILL CRITICAL Continued on Pnge Seventeen The condition of cars old 1eiine slyle show wliiiialod to RELIGIOUS RIOT IN INDIA BRITAINS COAL STRIKE SEEMS STEP li CALCUTTA India April HinduMoslem riols broke oni asrain torliiv nfler iiVout a fortniphls com i paraiivc calin Kcveral Hindus wore I injured POSTOFFICE CONTRACT LET Tho contrari for the erection of new addition to the liester pus oltiee building in order lo Improve facililios for tho handling of parcel post business has been let o the William MacUonald ronslrnotlun fompiiny Louts Mo Tlio ad ditinn will cost sovoriil thoiisand dollars Tin1 rnlls fur the completion of llio within ILO Ihe new addi tion will bo by 11 feet one story lilsili and will of slncro It will join the present parrel post cvlon sion on the west side of the pusl olllce building Tho committee to let May William Oevcr of IblcaKO llnish Hielr one lioiir and thirteen in I tin I os direct examination Tho lirsl witness was C wlddtR Niiperlnleiirlenl oC Ihis Na tional Temporanoi Huronu ASashlnii Irin who said nodiiiiivbiilll contmn there has boon no vlrdatlon of Ih law yet reMiIis werpncyuriiKlnnr Jjjnwlddio contended the bler Inj torosts anil tho llciuor InterOHts had made no effort to solve lho drinking iiroblom before or nlncc inohlbition They berate the law on Ibo ground thatll deprives them ol the personal liberty 11 drink he said ami in llio same breath say they can ill Ibexwant anywhere liiiaiise Ibo luv Isnl belntr onforcerl uprising thai foreod adopllun of llio I Sib amCndincnl would bo but a mild zephyr compared lo the storm of protest which would sweep the country If you adopt the proposal for government dispensation o Ilipior ho said Harry K Hoff HI II nl reel who down ami Injnrid by n unto hlli at Thlrfj and HoWell slreels Saturday remains ini hiingcd lie Is In the Chester duil receiving I real menl for a frac ure of Ihe skull Due lo liln age nnd Ihe fact lluit be had been ill pro ceding Ihe accldenl bin condlllon IH niosl strloiiN MtH Uuroihy Simpson Sixth yml hy Simpson Sixth yml a victim of CHILD HEALTH WEEK TO BE OBSERVED HERE April spectre f PLAN i SLOGAN ENTRIES is COMMENDED ARE POURING IN i Business and Profcssiomil Winning Phrase Dcscrib A coiiimnnl ly prngriim has been an ringed for Child Health of Delaware Conn I y lo be held dur ing Ihc week of May 315 as at t of the Xaiional Child Health IXiy pro gram flu Clilld Health Corners olibjiil for which Krvlii Muse NOKMI motorist who struck Mr Huff IH hold responsible IH much improved Mrs Simpson was hurleclTrom a cai iit Sevonlh and Iloyd HtreciH wlion It WIIH sfTnok by the car of ti lill iiih driver iiiffcrod il soyfiiii ciiMMloh of the brain HliO has re sponded to troiilmont and will MOOI be able to leave the hospital The condition of Alvln Hnrnsloy Mori hi it deputy HlierlfT who was ac cidentally shol In lho abdomen In n store ill Third and IldKniotil avenue Monday IM fair liicidi Much clerk In the store who while bandllni HnrnsloyH an tomiitb plHiol H weapon and received a bullet womn MiioliKli tho loft hand has boon dls oharKod from tinhoHtiltnl lames Clironlm Lirl who HilHtained ii fiaullire of III skull when inrnrk on Hie head by i steel bur used lo iiupply air for Hn of which wan broken hj an nulomoblle at Tenth and Madlsn streclB Hiitiihiy Is sleudlly respom llns to treiiiment ami will soon I j ahTu to leave llic hospital WOMAN STEALSDRESS FROM STORE ESCAPES TinboOy iisrrcod that an annual fee JL3 would hv roinired from each business man There was consider able discussion as to the proper mime stalemate The negotiators were seeking a j basis of sat lenient ffr llu mine dlsj pule which ihrealons lo ciiuse i gen when hi1 irovcrn lir ihe irpanixation Some want it j oral strike Slay 1 called the inlerlnjroiish Chamber of menl subsidy which bcsan lust Ionimcrce others tile Chamber f gust expires Commerc County A llio of Southeastern D motion to give the ursan the latter name was voted down and before a suitable title secured a motion to adjourn pre vailed TWIN BRUSH FIRE ENDANGERS HOME Prompt work yv members of Ibj t Vrllon Hose aniVvCheniical romoany Die Jhester Township fire com prny saved tbe home nf Mr and Tlioniiis Koilly of Hook road and i bouse fining on JHII rond Twin Daks owned by Kdward OKrien I i Side mere an from iioslruvi lion yoslrrliy when a brush tire i threatened ttl ignite the slruclnres The tiienien reiriauiedon the sien i for nearly Iwo hours to friiiird ti fresh outbreak of the lire 1 of the llanios was made during tlv noon hour by Mr EToilly 1 by a hipb wind the flames J were the result of a hired man starlinir a rubbish iire and then pro ceeding witli other farm work rained rapid headway Mr Pcilly telephoned lo the fire companies MISSING 130 DAYS CIGHTED Men Approve Agency in Huge Sign SAN PKDPO April four mast bark Kntiue Irene missing for more liian four months v iih i crew of i men was siubicd off the brck waior hero toliiy The vessel left Cra Harbor with a sisir ship the Alvene 110 driys headed for Miami Jla N J FOREST FIRES ABATE That the Welfare Federal ion plan of collecting and handling funds for ulief work social iicvvico the care ot babies and the other activities i has the endorsement of represonla live citizens is apparent from Ihc j word of coinniondatlon from business and professional men otlicials chants and civic loaders I Tin federated idea is HOIIIK anil businesslike said rily Treasurer i 1 am heartily in Mvinpalhy with the movement n I i very way f favor the methods ein i toyed inmising the ncoiFsary money with wliicii fumls are Central ingChester to lie Used i The lion Is heallh of slogans rc crlvcd hourly in response to iho slo iran contest opened Monday by the IJelii ware County ICIoct ric Company through tbc ctdmniDt o tbe Chester Times atlentioii is Ciillrd that per sons onleriui should ox crcise iiirc iiiul not submit slouans lo oilier cities Full dolsiiN of the contist niiiy bo frund on 1 1 in todays issue of the t I i ester Times Todiv it was found that a niim of tlKsler will cooperate the county 01 xanizalion as a unil Thry wlll also cooperiite vith the i Week In Cheslr Or Kth iirich and MIK Willtait Ward the local ehil irincn I purpoiie of Iho May i lo focus intention upon child IM tin mom national i Herbert Hoover uf conimirc president of lho American Child Health AHHOriiiHon1 i programs have ljCn fir rjumed for ehiirchoy scbools and I various other at j ihild welfare will be diHCitsHd i j County Community Health j will bo iiebl rn Kridiy May I from i 1 a m to p m al the Corimnnity the iihurch HOIIH road ind avenues Springfield will leu wore good for everybody Ihe Itov Dr ISP Haas snpiiliitend onl of tho District Phll rulolphlii Conference of llio Motlioillsl KplKCiiliiil chiircb spnlio yOHlordny noon to tbi of Hie Klwanlii ilnb In their weekly luncheon moot ing nl llio Chester Clnh ripoki yesterday on The Place of liolng Cliccrfiil tho Product ot a Smile and tho Vnlun of a Clner ful n big Hlitllo for omoryliody tuid a HIIIIny dispoKl tlon liiniMoif lr llntm hnd no dllll rruliy In pulHng bin iiddroKS aiioMS to liio KiitlnfiKHiii of 111 club mom lieiM Vnur face docH not belong in yon bill to iho ollior follow lie Miild nd yon have no rlghl to exhibit ure all of your troubles and wor os The Hpcilier xiiid Ihiil when 1m kked tip a newspaper at HID end f i diiyK ivyrk the Mrs thing Hint e looked for WIVH not a report nf Pie lock market not llm page C I ho Hocbty culuinn but Hie llrHl hlng that ho looked for wan Iho ccetlriti ami lie lost no lime n tlnllirhr hlH favorite cartoon toed more comic siilp he Hahl neorl lo nee ourHclvcq liern ami mt Dr lldiiH decried Ihh UHO of black for mourningand mild tlutt ho luid no IIMO for poiwum Ihnl conHnnally Irlod lo jnilllrly their tind IrnnhloH to toll the world Hint Micro lorrou he snld Smi probably do invo your hard knockH and down but krop them to yourselves or they arc nobudys IjnflncHs but your own Tlic speaker nahp thai ponplo won ntlroly Inn sorloiiN and that real rngresj not bo expected until people doido to itinila iihow i Uiiiidtlon L NorrlH lliI proKldont of Iho club priHlded over tin ineoHng yoslordiiy Only minor f liUslnoHM InlercMl were IriiiiKacloil Tho Kiwanta us Will for their MpciiUor noxt week fharlcM Ciirpontor of New Hiivoii Mr Carprrilor waft the loaeher lit IrcHl ilent Coulldgc tit prior to toolldgo ciilrlng High uchoril Mr will iilHo nla num ber of of llio oily thit day Tlic aiTiingcmvnlM for bringing hhii horj LK iiMpoaker wore imide by the Americanization committee of the KhvanlH club precedent for oilier luvyers to us for lho reopening of where dot Krone M win eeri J Hurry Simpson years old of arby to servo troi 10 to 20 years i tinFiislern Pen ileiillnry for tlio murder oC Jcrjrj P tlreonwood strongly After liearlni a petition on Simpsons behilf by Wcrnlck wlio defended MMrshaII thai ho would tho petition which was for leave t withdraw plcu of sullty to second doKite inur dor unil tiuUUlintu a plet ot ne4 Kiiilly and a now trial t I will notmiint Ibis jiotlllon this llmo said ludso Kronelielij after llsleiiiiif lr Mr WernKa nr yiimont and Hint of Assistant Uia irlct Atlorney William 1 lor Ir but will wall until I linvl examined Ihe papers ami them direful consilient lion Iciti0ii ally 1 am not disposed lo Krunt it Fronellold WIIM not whether tho Kilintlnp ot 1 poll lion ami Hie holding of nnothelmur dor trlnl wonbl not violate c tli ilonblo Jonpiivdy Kiiai nnty of lnw Ho ilso opposed Kiintlnir tin reitnost bocaiise It would P P fondants chaiiKod tliolr picas Attorney in sociirlm for Mnrshall tlio con vlctod sltiyer of Miss Anna Mm Dollrich Norwoinl milliner nvei diet oC Heqond ileKiee nun tier plendt orl lontf nnd ciirnostly to tbe couij un bohiilf ot Slnipsou The latter it will bo remcntberud waitedun til the testimony jiirnlnht hini ha bflnn compreloil iit term o crlinlnnl coiirl chaiiKlnK bit lea of not nIlly iiml plendliiji uillty to second cloKrce niiirdcr VIIK lmmellnlcly and i ow HtMvlnp lhat sentence In tin vstern Penltontlnry On nlKht of tin day the pic f guilty was entered Mr lick wild Simpsons mother vami i nio nnd fold me iibout ilioiiuu or Klio asked ihe if I oonldn1 iialto xoniQ effort io reopen Ihc CUBU hud io TO away at the time nso of my hoallh due to the inoit lul Mtniin I had undercono In th trial nf the Marshall ease I re from my trip eight ortei days tiKo and Mrs Simpson aptik ciinic1 In I ni0 mo After i taH wllli lior 1 saw SlnipHOD in the Pent and lifl corroboialed wlit she told inc I Hontlntr tills tn withdraw tlio1 wiler a jilcu of reopon the case Tills iiclltlun cloosn t luku tin prlsnnor out of Jiill II doesn I ehaiiKe Ihe sonlonof but It simplj nllowH IIH to BO into the Ciisc rnlly Mr Alexander who wits Simp n urn thuipfore iskinf plea of guilty rnil not fjnlliy iiiut til Conlinuci on Page Seventeen Y W C A OFFICERS The new officers of Ihc hoard ol dlreclors for Ihe C A clcclcil for ihe conilnp yeiir arc Alrs John 1cw president CharlcH A Krnsl flrfit vlceprcbidtinl Mlsi AlFihel Lee ilyntt Koeoiu vice pnsl Mra il Ivcsf record secretary Jlrn lionry C Coth raiH eorreHponding Hccrclary Alvrt Jrlando Harvey Irciisurcr A yotin colored woman shorll after entering a hloro Mrirk mieel near loiirlb about PJ30 ficlo Oiln aficrnoon was delected In 11 iil of HloaliiiK a cohlly cliets When tbe niiUiiiKor of the establishment vitlkrd loxvard her the Nopro from lti sloro with iniinaKer lerkK In tmrsnil GARY FOR REFERENDUM ON PROHIBITION LAWS Topics of Times wost ncordlnt lo Herbert Hoover Ibo WOIIIJMI ran and iiitional Klrcet to a row of frame Miirkrt Place opposite poll fiuarlors and cllsapl fore Ibo arrival ot made her KCtawav The police Were nolitlor dueled an InveitHpatinn iml Hie manager unable to of ihi yonns wctmin uiu briil rttf In one b er pnrsuorH and on sloro CIIICACO April Indgc 1C IL iiry head of tho Culled States Hleel rrurpornllon and lonn looked Mil Hie nations londlir crusader for Icmporaoec and prubl blllin fiivors a nationalvoleon tbc prohibition iinoKtion I boliovo that the opinion of a majority of the peopl and homHlty nblsiincd sought fur Ihc iho theft of in a anpiirtiitly S nd New lorsfy ve rvrd towns and and the care disbursed Senator vilkiioH threatened by forest tires Asbiiry Park nnrt ther Iprsey yiiore ipStrt were threatened last llighi by lires which cwcpt over Ocean and Voiimoiith rounties causing dani osllmiitid at between Sililnuw which had been In use by another city The slogan to b iiiioptid frr Albert Diitton MacIJade I ciirsicr must orlvinl himself as in The cintol oponcd on Mm and is scheduled to at mid nisrht on lridiiy April 10 Hurt with the volfan plan Thi e ways been iieorl for ehariialH 1 v ork find Ibore always will In it is brllevd that liuiuiridn former methods of luindlinj relief jv Vlij lines i1 ill bo in Hie IKM dirl nut always take cre of iiosc needy vs effcctiiillv as in possible i through a renlral oriinizition such have in the Welfare lodora i tills county The local cnt ler of IJOISOIIK had nol siibinllted an rcprefontf d al this meeting bnt sent hi one AU1CE TO i I Tris April j of the Wolf j of La Sallo Htrcol John Uorlbinc ton vho died recently In AHtintaj I federal ponitontlary in to be Hiil sorm lo Marry Murtiri Pike au lomoliilo rbaler here tikfs wife announced loday wrio vouJrl clve her liiisbnnd his MAN FREED OF KILLING OSTRICH AT A ZOO of Albert TWO MORE BODIES RECOVERED QtriNCV Cnl April 2 The j prnse surrounding the tunnel j I in at Pricks ranch was lifted today tli remaining bodies s were puild fro WHO WAS DRAGGED BY HORSE jwiicn euimbcd i Iheh mudlv tlinb They were id holion and Continued on Page Two MEDIA GIRL WEDS STATE POLICEMAN I as i Fricksou Mk IXrlSr April Priife of Walrs siivol ibr life if Taron Tiila uiinv n fallow linnlsmmi ulth llc Tan iioundx nrenlinpr lo n message verived loiiy from IJlrtrritz IVilnniiny had bcnn linsoaU7 and w is bng nlonp Ihe ground i bvilio fool his runnway hrn heVha AVal the inimnl CONFERENCE ON STRIKE TASSAIC X April nnilvl front ioiunittio ft j the strike in Hi tMile tnilltf of ibis nrei todiy itiiftilrd to i nrcotiitiins toinrrov V ih rvpir yontatives of A Many i and ct tbo niiM Hutii K Malin diiishtor nf Mr IinlMlP Horrn0 Mnljti of Irovi ileniv rond crlia and frl Illarl niiin I niembev of Tioop Stale ro on Tneftbiy it The liridris v II Vn ojnier orinl trl of Tb c1i mi var Ti m r at tbe l t i kno BLASTS VICTIM DIES ffl eausiu x T April ct Th Jflerith toll nf the rxplosion al the Vie Itor Mahine Company liei fnid i l ib lliviinnn iVTidiii Polie tie yiMV n Into I a si of til CJOTIT rit Tlie ronlsl K vierprrsirUnt nid ernl of the Delaware Conntv in Klettrir ciinitii n Tli1 bi fn c if woirlcil Mibniiftcrl vMI vin a I jnizo of an obeiri wiisbinir machine j r at S17T Tlje second u ill be an rloilrii vacuum rl1 at Mi irnntrettias tr ha the pri7evinuinu slopm n on1 a electric siirn ivhiih to fjieelirl on ilir1 cimipanys suii ta llon ii Kant Siilh slirei 111 ndi el of eleiiric ill iriiuded in ijlemown i the makeup of tin sitrn and Iii Ml today cobnyellrmv is to be such thai In moiiH will attract allnlion in diiytinv 1 rrs u ell is a t nitll I Int ToiiKrnds of iiiyiin was j thiiiii the rity by ivinis I vnin s railroad trabr dl ril d ivorocd Wort Il week allow him to ton The v o in fbHnuru be is said lo have inlicritcd SID I April M 1 Inlyif of Uovbnrv cliarsxed wllli hiiviiiLkilled Iirvernor jrDpound JFrnnklln 1inU Xoo DSlrlfli was j found not guilty by ndK lobn Por j iiiis il Itoxbury rjurt today The defendant Visi SM how ever on a irespanslnc 11 albKod tliat drunk wilh ont sliotiltl control Identify inv I n all such as modillcatlon of the prohibition laws Cary Haid 1 in iin inlcrvlew r Ho inr of Hi of I the Citizens 0111111111015 of Olio 1 Thousand Tor lnforcemcnl iind I as one of Hie forciooMl1 iinlnslrlnl i chiefs of ili nrillon wbof C ojpousiH of the prohibition oaliio hiis bocn a creat Irl to tlie dry forces He ro fUMd lo Indicate whrlhr ho had his ideas on Ihe amendment iind the Volstead act flovornor Pinchot doclarca Klalc Is dryiiiK up Thills iir dry Hta lenient llirry Mnltoitl ran three after a doe Which is oiiilcr i ban running three miles fufay from one Pat noles llnil Hie radio Is Diviner all tho homely Koprnn6s 1 clliUlCC pumice Hlone and will remove spots from Ivory say Whiit a wonderful head wa5rt lur some IHiKinesH men of tin western sec tion want more men to Tbeica a fove women Iii llic same locality who Hiink moM men sjhotild carry tiic males iha litlic A cross seen in Clifton vc renlly la thoUKht tobe Iho work uf small boys Plenty stiilc such a thins Is only i kiilsi trick x A woman In the Fifth ward shes unlucky because she threw ii flat iron missed her lutsbancl anJ broke a mirror AUDITORS CALL ON MELLON f JOHN COSTELLO SRT IS ILL nni its m p fll Hihllitf It is sin Iriuh enoiiirli for M on the Delaware April tiilte of the Xiitioiial f Stale runptrtdlcrs and Treasurers rp of TreaKiiry Mellon nnd his oip of a program to exlnd ocon to Hie and lotinicipiilliiK HiIel by Kdwari Martin andilor rf Pennsylvania tire conniilM1 that III federal Kl verm oeri t Wllll from the llil of Ibe cti and leave this ymr f res emiex clusively to OIL MERGER NOT ILLEGAL ape al the on Hie niKbt of April and aflor it fiirlonN balll down thn trianl CoVfrtior iinlriarili rf oslrlchs at IVanklin PirU EAST INDIAN RETURNS FROM TRIP TO EUROPE Talienis ndmltlcrl to lay am Mrs Ponrl Slieppard nlyre Sherwood d ib i slrfrt IInwood lust now many alleged wlsa politicians aro playlnjr dumb lvcn the tnost harsh person ways has a few kind words for1 iraffic nftcr be passes signal lijJit wlicn ho siiouldnt nl tho f SUIp Htiry VoiK riv FIFI DENIES ENGAGEMENT llnsl Patnrrliy ros10 Ove trdny viii I Ilin man at of rBoth Mrs Fifi AViiencr LcMy and MoMen ijetiicl f pcrvr Xev York thrtl 1 they are lo be married roon At the liomr Mrs parcnls Mr nnd Mrs Josnh E Widnrr at Et kinf Priry sh irat quoted n5 hiv inS declared Ther is nothinc in tlio minor when it wns called to her TO CONSIDER FRENCH DEBT ST vetcrin walch hrilre Trust om ill wt he home of tr iTLn AVal lniver rnieririin little ally WASHINOTON April The Funding Oomtnisfinn will In eilled le ineet lomorrW to consider Frances VIS77nOiiOOn dlf tr tho Inilod States secretary of Hie Treasury Mellon announced toliy tlK I i tra ny R erit ir j his lohn nut R liopri for jCVisicl durinp fnnrriil f hi iff diel r fev WetiR iCr niinii dvloprl and ho has ronfinedto his lied fnr the past Me hns lcen in a dition early rcslcrday bl i may iii3i ti1 c a ntrnelr 1 U fnnrriil f to erel i boat trivo i tj yr it Ion tiio iniinber of sloins 1 Mibmiitcd providing i wordeij line Tl muJt ir more tlian Tivr vonr Ti rrr i sipn w iii have tbe word who tho top of it nnd the slocau will b pneM1 placed beneath Ihe rrrl been if Hi vrk I Kloctrie company tnd Tiir IndianHie tvin leimer ihitl was coiiveill I motor ship with I horsepovv tr at the Sun building drydoi hee ro Kurd New i trip to Tlie snip lionl nnd fiulo to Europe M s now In iiirnn it New York vhre many I proniiiionl iKiiroM of tlv vorid Inspoctd the enirin an innoxalion In shipph CHESTER HOSPITAL BULLETIN the Chester today worn lclpcrvillc j Snyder tl Ward1 Samuel Mills IJT KirM Third streil Whiirlon Ilvann Otis Avers CO 1 Kast Fourth tree tnedlriil Wlllliitn Terry 2OS A AVivhinsrfon visitor arrcslflil avenue medical Pa trick 1 litre said in police court he nciep lOIIv nrx Market siroel Marcus wanted 10 seo oar cops afriiin Hook Minrical Simuel Mickc 1707 Irate llerrv accommodated him fur CUliorln Mrcei j thirty days Those Irrated hi the accirbnt room MiKlHieii Ll t Welsh ion of Ihe leic Josepti Klreet f tinforehead SIIK ti struck byin nuUt liorc John Third brulsid forebriil Kvery day wi j crown male eel i And ji I iiorc insi id alHii t somo bis birihdiiy I ihnt prohibition M In b i i fait Samuel Mickey street v bile wlilcli AT KINGS BAY Mr WASHIXOTOX April rnin lion of Hit n iVinpanv by rneiKT of Anorl r r ntd oil rompiny nnd Hi Tidewater j Company iy no In f nntij AMUNDSEN iruM lrws Jeural Harj innounefl todiy VlNOS BAY April Roall Amundsen and SALVATION ARMY HEAD BETTER Lincoln FUsworth liavo irrivcd iit 1 i Hay the tninF Pinl of Ihe j Mrs otary Bablmi of Mon I April condition fliphl they iltompl across the roe t s susiillliril bt iekya rd Th1 folloWin slTeel Mfnrx Allen silt vet haries Thornl nell street Otto Molvi Mrs MrMor Trader stieet Mrs Mnrgriroi Mills a sul internal injnr al work l a The Weather WASHINGTON April forecast Eastern Pennsylvania Showers late lonighi or Friday sebaimd i somewhat cooltFriday moderale ih i to fresh winds mostly southwest TODAYS CALENDAR 1 Lester I ftin rises a13 a m Kots fi44 pm Mich 1 m nnd 101ft p m Mrs Mc ifrrey Pi ire avenues CROZER HOSPITAL BULLETIN Parker eh Aston Low water 1 a m nnd 513 Hourly Temperature Rtcord if KvniiKoline lion tli iintlonnl om north pole in coni Times are permiried Chester j mandor of Ibo Snlvitlon Army indny onir ll 1 prov cl somewltal yealerday Jnrfjo Tromiioc orowils dlriciblo Novpo vol oned Amimrl who came from street was admitted to the Ci ozer yesterdry its a surgical patienl Mrs Krlna lltncs if 7l Iouriii street was chnigcd Midnisht I a in a m 3 a m 4 m n n in Ii n in 7 1 n SI SO 61 S a m t i in in a in 11 a m Xoon 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