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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 15, 1926, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR APRIL 18770 FINAL nrnon With All Utest and Bert Newt of the Day 50TH 15423 CHESTER PA SATURDAY MAY 15 1926 TWENTYFOUR PAGES PRICE TWO CENTS1 POLISH CHIEFS ARE OUSTED BY ARMYS REVOLT HONORED BY ASSOCIATES M Kataj Is Named Pre mier After President and Prime Minister Resign Pilsudski Holding Capital Said to Be in Precarious Position WARSAW May the rev olutionary army oJ Marshal Tosel 1ilsudski in control of Warsaw Pres ident Sfanislaw Wojciechowskl and Premier AVitos havo submitted their resignations to Jjj Katat president oC ihb Sojm the Polish of Representatives Tlis resignations were accepted S t a n I s 1 a w Wojclechowskl was elected president oC Poland in De cember 1922 Rataj 5s now acting president oC the republic Ho will immediately commission a prospective premier with the taste of forming a cabinet Pilsudskis position was reported becoming more precarious every hour H was said as fighting increased with the arrival oC reinforcements for the Loyalist ariuy Pilsudski hold 5 War saw withheadquarlers in theBelve dero Palace following the flight oC the President and Cabinet who es caped by airplane But fighting continues outside the Capital with thq Minister of War the Witos Cabinet In personal charge operations against tho Revolutionists His leadinggenerals are General Sikorski and General Htanislaw Haller Slkorskl is attempting to defeat the Pilsudski troops in tho suburbs while Haller is concentrating against tho rear guard pi tho Pilsudski forces SCHOOL BOARD ELECTS GROUP OF NEWJEACHERS Members Await in Vain Visit of Citizens Com mittee Dr N W Cameron New Superintendent His Report Makes BITTER STATE FIGHT DRAWING TO m CLOSE 1 I T Uocal Factions Preparing for Record Vote Next Tuesday GOLDEN WEDDING CELEBRATION Mr and Mrs Andrew1 Dalton Honor Guests at Testimonial There had been a renewal at fight in gas the Belvedere Paiaco was stormed yesterday Struggles took place in the streets an tho AVitos sup porters ware driven into the south ern section of tho capita Late reports stated that Pilsud skis supporter General Ilamer who dominates Lubin was dispatching a contingent from that city to attack the rear guard of tho Sikorski troops Another Pilsudski supporter General Savvickls occupied tho important city oC Lodz it was stated hero After fleeing from the capital Pres ident Wojclechowski is reported to have Installed himselE and his cabinet at his prlvato residence at Ivalmsz Envoys were sent to Pilsudski to ask that negotiations for peaco bo opened to prevent new bloodshed The departure of President Wojcie chowskl and his ministers from the palace at Selvidere in tho face of the revoluti nary forcesoE Marshal Pil sudski has been described to the XJnited Press by eyewitnesses ThoV President oE Poland fled from liis palace yesterday afternoon leav ing Pilsudskisforces to capture the empty The President and his cabinet escaped1 in six air planes Thero was a uuddeii ancl titter renewal oC fighting in theheart of Warsawas Uiopalace was stormed Pilsudskis forces proceeded vir tuallywithout bloodshed to drivo contingents of tho army oC Premier Witos which supports tlic Presi dent Into the southern district of he city Negotiations between Wojcicchow skis emissaries and Pilsudski were broken off after Pilsudskis insistence onfulfillment of his conditions They were 1 Resignation tho WHos gov eminent a Withdrawal ot General Sikor Ekis forces supporting Witos from the Gates of Warsaw where Ihey had been in battle with tho Pilsudski forces S 3 The return oC all regiments to their garrisons May were killed a nil sixty wounded in the fight ing last night outside Warsaw an of ficial communkiuo issued by the Vfilos cabinet said early today This makes number of dead as given out ofllcially 170 as SO were Andrew J Dalton chief deputy pro thoiiotary of Delaware county and his wife Mrsliiicy Dalton were the guests ofhonor at a hugo testi monial in honor of their goldeiiwcd dIng anniversary attended ly about two hundred employes oC tho Court House and held in tho onlco of Pro tlionotary William Ward Jr yes terday afternoon Itlias been in this eamo office that Mr Dalton has worked for the last thirtylive years Tho immense gathering of friends was only part of the ceremonies that evidenced tho high esteem in which Mr Dalton is held by his friends nml coworkers Tho remainder waa mado up of the high compliments paidhim by Judges Isaac Johnson and WRoger Froneiield Mr Ward Harry Makiver George 13 Darling ton and Joshua Smith men in their addresses pau great tributes to the character busi ness ability and congenial personal ity of Mr Dallon as well as his wife especially Mr Smith one of tho bcs1 known members 6C the bar Judgo Johnson both oE whom hav been associatedwith Mr Dalton foi many years MrSmith has luiowi Andy sinco almost boyhood days 1A handsome sterling silver servlc set was the gift ot his friends in the court house and attorneys to Mi and Mrs Daltoh Resting on ui ornate trayit waspreKented to hhi with appropriate remarliiby Mi ard There wero teaisplaihljrvisible i Ctsntinyed on Pago Twcnt PLEA FOR PEPPER MADE Treasury Head in Firs Speech Says Coqlidg Senator Renamet Tho committee Chcsler citizens which was expected to uppcur before tlio Chester School I3oard niul de mand a heuriiig or several teachers who wero not reelected thiH year was neither seen not1 hcivrd from at tlio regular monthly nuelins ot the chool board last night Persons Interested in Hie project tho committee intimated lhn1 the alter had been dropneil primarily ecausc or Hie blttirncBSi voiced l5 ne speaker at the muss iiuetins st week They further Btalml that lose interested believe that wluit ver chanco tho teachers hac lo be einstated hud been hurt bytho Wt attack oii the school board and t the attack only part oC a oliticnl prosram x Dr Norman Cameron the new uporinlcndent oE schoolK attended isliist regular meeting ot the board st night After a remarks by IfferenL board mombers Dr Cam ron responded with words pt actlon rcgurdinK prcaent school itlons as a whole I have visited every school in the ity and have met practically all the eahers in their classrooms The vork ot the schools is behiK con ucted m an edicient maimer Tho chool atmobpheio in ill the looms iccmctl apparently Xtrood saiil Dr i Eveij T met with i plendid spiilt oE coopei ition ninth bodes well continued progress of our schoolK Tho appointment oC fifteen new Lcachera last night utimpriBeil tha nwst important business oE tho cvc niiiiami thp board psissed into ex ecutive session at1 ail early hour The new named were ChaVlottc A WuhniiK jfrailuutu Pepper Supporters Opti mistic On His Chances in City of Chester tste I ator Continued on Page i wcnty ME EXTINGUISHER TESTS ARE SUCCESS More than one hundred persons representing various departments of the local ilty gqvcrnmeiit representa tives oC large oil and insurance com pi riles and others trouithis plate New Jersey Washington unll VNcyr killed in tho fighting Thursday The above dispatch In AVarsaw was cabled prior 16 tlio news oC tho resignation nt Premier and WASHINGTONMay State Department dispatches from AVarsaw today stated that tho Polish situation growing moro grave be rnuse of the Bcneral strike and the armiiifr Socialist civilians by Marshal Tilsudski who completely controls AVarsaw liglitiutr con tinues V American Minister Stetson TVho has been absent from on Iravn siuco Tuesday left Paris by airplane for AVarsaw 1his morning Ambassador Herrick at Paris re ported I Jewish Fund Mr and Jlrs A K Icssy T Koscnblatt Morris Shanes Anna Han H Ictlin Taylor Ban 50000 5000 Smith 2ROO I Smith ono Nellie TOO Anna A brains TiOQO Jhilip McMonigal UOOO lames Miller WO ICiiKiimcl K U off man SOli HJrivonbcrff SSoO ami Leiioro Adehnan 0000 30000 0000 10000 CSOO 1000 10000 Sooo Taylor Chaiiwick It Bookman1QOUO f Morrison 2300 Mr iiid Mr 1 Koscn f000 hlii T McDoiioiiRh Ksq Shcrit ino0i3 IPllnven lrdward Ksq SOno hia Rorix and Rnlh Wachs 2rjO Malmcil IM win Maimedv rCOO Staskin ain vxillion Tcinborf lOOOJ Mrycr iJioiihorpr CO00 Mr m Mrs Charlcs AH Bnfry Kenhit M V S Mwilmnn 50U Mr uil Mrs Max Mailman 71000 Philip Schwartz 10000 May Andrew Jilelloii Secretary of tho Treasury brought loa climax last night tho campaign he 5s leading vith the first political speech his career si ml thus dispelled tho clouds oC misrep resentation by which it has been sought to deceive the State on the real Issues of the fight Secretary of Labor James J Davis also spoke for the Goolidgc Administration Mr Mellon delivered a clear nml convincing explanation bC just what it is he and his associates arc tight ing for in support oC Senator Pepper Nothing that has been said 1y any speaker in the campaign thus vfar quito approaches the clear this quiet man who consented to en ter Iho turmoil of to protect first tho interests oC his chief and second the interests ot hia slntc Ho Illustrated his reasons for pul ling his influence behind Pepper and Fisher Not directly but In his dis cussion of national and stale affairs Thus Mlicti he said Senator Pepper enjoys the confidence nnd esteem ot President Coolidgc nnd briefly skelchcd Ihc success of Pepper nt Washington lie In effect informed Pennsylvania that tho administration as a whole desires the service of the Senator to assist In handling those many perplexing problems which still have to be solved f am concerned ho said first of all in having an honest and efficient State administration devoted to sound principles ot government Second there arc many perplexing national and inlcrnational problems to be solved and we In tills Repub lican stronghold ot Pennsylvania can do no less than givo President Cool idso our indorsement and backing in his efforts to complete the work he has begun Having laid that foundation of our slato and national necessities Mr Mellon gave it as his judgment that Pennsylvania could advance lo Rueh principles oC government as he rep resents only In the nomination and York witnessed a llio Anulyco Foam Generator tt plant ot tho American JJyewood Company IXkiAyareavcnup and JLa nioUin lalrcct yesterday afternoon Previous to that those who wltiiesKOil the denioiistiaf ion were the guests of the onicials of the company at a banquet held in llio Chester Tho firs t demonstration was that of amotor driven lire engine ex tinguishing an oil lire in fortyfoot pit charged with more than 1000 galloiiH high grade oil The oil was ignited and allowed lu bum freely for two minutes In two min utes anct thirty seconds after the en gine arrived on the Kceno the lire wns extinguished The second demonstration was that of the Anulyco Foam Generator sup plying f to a riser and doilcclor through fOO feet of 1inch pipe such as Would bo used oil any average slxa oil storage tank Peniun 1 rat ions were also made with Iho Kinall foam extinguishers the Anulyco loain Cart nnd the Amdyco Generator discliarging over TOOO gallons oC foam ppr minute through GUO feet otplpe The demonstrations yesterday were those of lire lighting ipparatus manu factured in Chester The chemical has bcch used verysuccessfully in t numberof large oil llrcs throughout the country The and Bogus Next Tuesday will be primary election day ip tho State oC Pennsylvania On that day the voters face a complication of aiTairs particularly as to the United States Senatorship Sen ator George Wharton Pepper is a candidate to succeed himself His opponents are Governor Pinchot and Congressman William S Yarc A review of the real issue and the counterfeit issue forced into the campaign will not be amiss at this time As to the counterfeit issue Both Governor Pinchot and Congressman Vare dwell upon the wet and dry issue This is political bunk of the cheapest brand for both know and know well that the election in November of any man cannot affect iiv even the slightest degree the wet and dry problem that is with us Therefore it is an insult lo the inteHiBence of the voters of this great to raiseit and prate about it t is unlikely that voters of this generation will be here to witness thecontest that may some day be made to Bottle the once and for all Therefore Ihe prohibition question is not a veal issue in this contest and no political condition or situation can make it so The Eighteenth Amendment lo flic Constitution oC the United States prohibits the sale Of intoxicating liquors foi beverage purposes It is declared by many of thu best minds in the country that there is but one way to bring liquors and that is byremoving the Eighteenth Amendment from the Constitution To perform hat operation on the Constitution would require the agreement of at least thirtysix slates and wouldlake many years Bub where arc you going to get the thirtysix states from It just simply cannotbe done for it is a wellknown fact judgingrom past records of the states on various forms and phases of the prohibition question that at least that many slates arc dry and would so vote should opportunity come Congress is overwhelmingly dry That being the case where does a real wet and dry issueja uiitmd Pinchot Miiford piuo come in Mr Citizen there aint no sicli animile C0wmuun s vmo of r Nobody informed on the subject hi this broad land WKU vanccs any such theory issue save the politician and he has the sole purpose of trying to gather votes by throwing out this pitifully weak sop to obtain the goal of his ambition TJic realissue is this Senator desires to control the state and to profit by that control in ways that have brought disgraceupon that portion of the state lie has Philadelphia The contest is between SenatorPepper and Congressman Yare Governor Pinchot is notin the running Therefore it may easily be seen that a vote for Governor Pinchot is a vote for Yarc If the voters do not want Varc and it is certain that a majority does not then it is easily seen that they should vote for Pepper Otherwise if they vote for Pinchot they are throwing away i vote that would help nominate Pepper and arcTgiving it to Yarc Withbut a few liouwi left oC what has developed lo bo ono of tlio bit terest political campiiiBiiH in the history oC Pennsylvania leaders of ho different partleH urn working ovcrlimo Ui thoroughly perfect their organizations to man tho polio on Tuesday when without it doubt tho blgnest volo ever cast hi Chester and county will bo recorded Tho greatest Interest In tho coming election iri centered on Iho tricor nored race for llio United Stated Sen oilly tho tight la between Heu Goorgo Whnrton Pepper and Congressman WilliamVuro Tho Pep per Mupporlcrs tiro inoro than opti mistic concerning llio oulcoiiio ot tho voto in Iho city predicting that een I developments hnvo led them lo bollovo thin the wet candidate will ho fortunntn it ho can secure an oven break In Chester Ilnchot say they will do tho best they havo III llo hopes ot ono pre cinct in tho city or county Jur their candidate Candidates for US Senate On ho regnliu1 Heiniblifan ballot that will ho handed voters In Urn city uppcar tho mimes oC tho threo candidates for tho United States Sen thu following order NORGE IS SAFE NOME STATION GETS MESSAGE j t Great Airship Lost for Nearly Three Days in Trip From Kings Bay on Route to Alaska in Touch With Civilization Again by Is at Teller Alaska SO Miles North of Nome Base According to Reliable Air Dispatch Relayed to Naval Station at Seattle Wash lartou iciipcr ot GEOCHETZEL RAPS BEIDLEMAN Prominent Chester Manu facturer Defends Insur ance Co From Attack SLOGAN CONTEST JUDGES MEET MONDAY A meeting nftho board of judges who will have charge oC the picking of the two prizo winners in the Klosan Contest recently eomUicted through llui iiihimns ot thu Chester Times will bo held Monday afternoon Mayor Samuel Turner was rliainnan of tho board urges that all attend thu meeting in order that nil slogans Kiibniilteil during thn contest may be Kivon consideration The meeting will be held in Ciumeil chambers The judscs Mayor Turner Xorris llali John Ilinkson Charles W Hopkins Mrs S Illair ucic Cot lames A J Campbell and James G Lamb election ot John Fisher ns gov crnor and Dial tho slate would In fact lie expressing its npprdval of the efforts and accomplishments ot the Coolidge administration by relnrii inpr Senator Pepper to In Senator Pepper ho saiil The State hts a representative who lias staunchly supported Iho Republican administration Tie has bcrn con sistent With the party plalfonn Pennsylvania never hail i more faithful public servant I cannot tirpe you too stronply to work lor and vote for henator Pepper Mr Mellon made a nmrkcl im pression upon his audience It a preat audience 0000 or movo men and women xrowdcd into tlin Motor Square Garden n spacious buifdlng that once had been n market house in Pittsburghs finest residential sec tion OLDEST G A R VET HERE IS PARALYSIS VICTIM Joseph fi Faulkner S5 Civil War veteran oldest member 6C the Wild a Post of tlio G A I lies paralyzed at his homo at Highland Terriio fallowing a slroko he suffered while scaled at Uin dinner table nt his home on night The vet eran fell to tho floor from the chair and was carried to his bed where his coiulilifjji is unimproved Mr Faulkner in a resident nection ot Chester for over 65 years Me won a veteran employo at Iho ijhaw and Ksrey mills nt Jiftccnth street CIeoisc C TlotVel prominent inaii uracluror of this city sent a let tor to thu Chcsler Times in which ho severely critleiyes tho candidacy ot 1J K Beldlemaii Tor governor ut the stale lie points out the unwar ranted attack by AUv lieidleinan on the ycnnsylvarila llmiiifacliircrH Associtluu Casualty Insiiranco Cum liiuiy Mr JleUcI Jcscribei tho work of this company and its enviable record as an workmens compensation in Pennsylvania Ths letteifollows Kditorii Chester Times 1 am cncloslns a letter received mmiiins fnmi the IVnnsyhanla Alamifaclurcrs Associatiun Casualty Insurance Company which you arcs respectfully rtcuicstcd to publish if fur nil other reason thnntu show tho decent citizens of our county just how far sin unscrupulous candidate for ollic will to Hccure hia nomi nation and hoxv desperate he must think his Kilualiuti Irf when he it willing lo publish or ciinnive In the publication of such falsehoods ii onlcr lo injure hia opponent Join Kishcr The insurance he slanders is by far tho insurer o workiniijs comjiensiitioii in tho slate Tts prenium receipts for ll woro nearly two and a quarters limei tliose of its nearest state its expense rali was the lowest XeedlCSS to way n such preeminence canbe achieved and maintained except through hon orable dealings Tho Workmens Compensation low uC tlio state prnetlciilty remiircs compiilsSry insurinco on the part of ill employers ani the net provides icfinito fixed coinpciiintion for ill eiisaes accidcnUil injury a work man may suffer In the course oC his OLORED BACK PEPPER Ushers Union Gives Rea sons Why He Should Be Renamed For Governor The oaiulUlatcM who lisp Ira to Ilia uro imiucilontho bal lot In tho follovvlng unlur Kdwarit K Buidleiniui ot Jinvrla IjUIK ThoniUK AV Plillllps of Butler Co luhii 1C Toner of Co John S Klsliur ImlUiiui comity Lieutenant Govcrnoi Tim nix Kepiihlican candhliitcs foi Iho olllce oC lieu tenant governor iiro ChiileM 1 JSatorJyoC BcrUa county Arthur 11 Jiihica oC Co Cloinenl oE Noithum berliuul county irunk J JJ Thompson oC Phlla Kinest fl Smith county 1Yuncls Ai Jloqlter oC Philadelphia Secretary of Internal Tht cuiultrtulpq fmni different icc tloiui of Iho stato asnjro to the oUco ot Their namcH aiipenv on tlio ballot In tho following order iKiidorc II JMlvlnijky of Schuylklll comity Frederick A Godchnrlon oE North umberland county InincH Klemlng of Alle gheny coliuly Butler Unopposed Congressman Thomas fci BuLIor from thin dliUrlct is nnopiiosul anil is considered lia In nr danger rroni JJcmocrallc opposition I tiio Kcnural election in November Tom Biitlor IK ho IN fnmlllnrly called by all who Iniow himhits bcon a nicm SEATTLEJIny Norgo is The great aiishu of Uio Amund sen EllsworthNobile expedition whose silence n llio Arctic wastes caused anxiety throughout the worldft again iri touch1 wilii civil ization Thujinny radio station at Nomc lias established communication will Hie dirigible iimiording to advices I the ThirteenthDistrictNavy Head quarters here today A message sent from Nome lo th Norgo as picked up by the nav radio slivtioit tit St Pauls Received nil Go ahead whci ready The word was relayed to the navy y Iho Cordova who 6tiii he mcssnge was intercepted nb32 i m but he did not sity wlicllie Ilia was Pacific Slatklnrd or Alas 11 lime NEW YORK May poln diiigiblc Norge is stile at Tclle ccording to tho North American1 cwspaper Alliance quoting private dvices which it believes to be re iablc i i i COUDOVA Alaska May s nvmlcallon between tho naval radli station at Nome and the dirigible Norgo has been reestablished cording to fragmentary reports picked up hero today Kadlo operatois here Paul Island expressed i 5 tf Iho somo distance north ot near Teller AtaMca it It wasnot definite from radio disC patches Intercepted here tlio1 a It ship luu landed or wan still in tha WASHINCITON 15 The5 Norgo was located at about 75 miles north ot Nome ac cording lo radio adVlccs received at the War Department today banks railio station has In radio communication with tho Norge il p m yesterday Alaskan timeac ii fifty miles north Nome coidlne to the At tho regular oC Iho CoJ red iuterdonomi national Ushera1 Union of Chester imt vicinity It inanlinoiisly voted liijfit a rosululiun ic drawn up and published iiT thu JlieHter Times HlaUng the stand of he Union In regards to helpin nate United Ktates Kenalur ing iionl r lleorg Conlinued on PagoTwenty eorgc Pepper The subject illsctiKscd wan Tho mportatico oC colored people voting br Keiuitor Union wan isked lo cxcrclsu their privileges In tul I In Iho way of supporting tho mentioned ami Iho reas ons thcruforc as follows Wlicrcas Senator tieorgo Whnr lon Pepper Is a candldafe at the for United States Kcnator from Pcnn sylvunia iiul Senator Cnorgo on Pepper has nhvuyn been a staunch friend of llio colored race and been our strong mlvocato In all legislative affairs affecting our BUSINESS WOMEN FOR READING CONVENTION RIDLEY PARK HONORS LATE W J JOHNSON Oil of Former Burgess Unveiled at the Meeting Citizens Also Discuss Pro posed Bond 1 i Issue PEPPERFISHER Sloie than 100persona Tfere cnt hiiat night at alnixetl mans mect Ing held in the Preston precinctoti township The meeting was helil at tho Neighborhood and was a very cnthuciastic Tho giithcrins was in the InterMta I ot Pepperlusher forces The speak ors vspre 13 jVuslbtalit United Stxtts District toinoy John Kent Kane AV C Alex ij anrler and Slrb AV Irwln Chejney7 n ELWYN INMATE FLEE8U ir Cliesterfr dolenatlon to Iho Con vention of tho Pennsylvania Kcdeni llon oC ami 1rofeHsloiiJil people and Vhcirai lie is a man Kplen Women1 Cfub left ycHlcriluy sifter noon for HeiKliiiMT where tho HiBHlonR will he held at tins iroti 1terltshlro Tho fiiBt contingent loft by IUH Blurting from tho Y W A nt 330 oclock Those making the trip wero Helen Khoads prcHl lcnl Mlas Ijsthcr Craft Mallio llolipl and MlKM Clcorglo Lelhcrbury AIlss Virginia Mont gomery Ihc Nliilo vlceprenldcnl Miss lean T Peoiiles slalo trcas nrer thn following members wero alNo In thr parly MBH Cirace Ioylc Miss Xvllie Hold Miss Kim Continued on Page Twenty CHESTER WOMAN SUES FOR DIVORCE EPISCOPAL WOMEN TO CONVENE HERE FARMER ROBBED OF 7el May JatnKs Collins of Fnyville Va who owns several farms near Hockessin Del was held up and ro hbed of on the liSghwny near Ifockes siii last night by two men who cs lino Pennsylvania atate Bishop Thomas J Carton will be present for the sessions ot the spring convention of tho Womens Auxiliary of tho Convocation of Chester to be held in the St Pauls Protestant Episcopal church here Thurs day Tholarge organization com poscd of Individual auxiliaries from Delaware Chester and a part of Montgomery county xvillbe repre sented hero It is expected by two hundred ami fifty women oC tho con vocation Morning nnd afternoon ses sions will be held and reports from various angles of work and par liclarly missionary will bo made Mrs Gladys Jf Barney this city through her attorney aotlun in divorce against her husband Kay monrl T Barney Cnmdcn New ler scy in Media yesterday The coupe was married on November H 1019 mid lived In this city until June 4 23 at which time according lo Barney the alleged desertion bcsan lOEcph TT Knlith 221 Kavile ave nue Tlnicum WHH gninteil an ihno lute divorce from his wife Mrs Minni cSmilh In 1 dccrc handed down by Judge lohnson ii Media 2Ktcrday The couple mar ried nt Klkton Maryland on vember 17 1320 CLOTHING ON FIRE blarlng suit ot clothes at 120 Kdgmont avenue brought out ti Uoocl AVlll Hanlcy and Franklin fir companies yesterday at 230 p in The hlazo occurred In tho rooms o Kelly who was absent at th time Patrolman Juno turned In Hi alarm when saw Einoke pourln from tlo second floor of the building The flrd was extinguished when th burning Biiit of clothes was liurlc from the window How tho clothe were ignited is unknown lld nbllity a great cuiiKtllulloiui lawyer a slaleBintui of the very hishcHt order and ono who VOCOK men and women by Ihclr Worth and character rather than by their color and AVc liiillcve Hint Sena tor afiiilc from Ihe fact that ho Is entitled to a should bo the nominee of tho Kenulillcan arty of tho great ommonwcalth ot cniisylvania for thu rrison tliut It be a calnniity ty IOBO n uin in Iho prcatesL lawmaking ody In the world therefore bo it KcKoIvel That Iho inlcrdcnoni nallona Ushers Union of Chester nil vicinity the candidacy f tho jrpnorahlo corgo AVIuirloii for the Unltcil latex Kuna froni Ihe Stale of rcnnsyl ania and pledges IttJ support in very honornitla way lo his candi acy and silno urses all members of he Colored race to supporthim by heir votej nnd work for him at tha olls Tuesday May 18 102C KDWAKD MATH1H President fr CJIAHIES O IIBNKV Hocrctary Joylun idcMS ninkc Miss Pauline I KrnndelK MKB Jsnholle Itodgcri M Ivlna McCain Mlsa IJorothv ririimheln jhuebc ij Iole Miss Glara CJladwin Mits NUa It I lowarlli A inimboi1 if other members if the IlicKter liiiKlncHK and Professional Womens Club went to Heading by train iiHt 11 flit and more are expected to leave loday A number of important matlcrB In which the local club Is interested will como up for iliscusslon at the utalo oonventton ThcHi Include uieaKtircs have to do with matters of odu Seventyfive of Itldley Parks men ami women last night paid tillmto to Iho memory of William T John hou late bnrgcHfl ot tho borough wellknown firoflghteranil friend of every man woman and child in the community when a beautiful oil painting of tlio lalo Mr Johnson was unveiled with filling ceremonies at a meeting held In the high school auditorium BlirgcsH Jfonry W Husc who prc sldnd ojicncd tho meeting with a glowing eulogy of Iho lato burgess llo introduced aa tho first Senator Albert Button MacDade who NtrcKStid partictilnrly the fact that Mr lohnson was not merely a good official but was ia very wtirnv loyal friend mid a loyal friend ho uald is tho maslerplnco ot the Nation Sen alor MacDado said ho knew Johnson aaa man full of the vim and vigor of lite ready to put Ilia Hhouhler to tho wheel for any Uisk before him Tho Senatoralsotook occanion to pay a word of tribute to another well known citizen who rc ucnlly wai taken by death Jciscph II lilnkson Scoutmiibtcr Carl HcnnlcKo who The local police been re quested by tho officials of wyn Tmlning School to inatilute i Beurch for AValter Snyder aa in uKile wlio made Jils escape rom the Tiiatltutlon Wednesday Tho youth in mediumcbuild inclinedto atout Ho has black hair eyes AVhon he disappeared heworW long dark plain lumJ bcr 3ickct and cap He was last Keen walking toward tills city t CHESTER GIRLS GRADUATED Two Chester festderitBaraamons the Braduiiliny at the Atlantic City Hospital training school for The graduates of thtajn stltutlon with tho highest aro HIIss Alias Mario Frances Glbsori whom aro well known in this AllHH Jtcilly is tho daughter otlthat Into Charles J Kellly The llori exercises will be held cvcnlmr Topics of Times Ono ot the best in the world ot getting your weekly iaced is to lay down on the 01 toll the boss Jutt what you think ot him rntion finance nnd the fcdcrallonH Interest In the develop ment of the work of caring for social Tho convention will last three days followed Senator MacDado declared tlint 15111 lohnson us ho lovingly referreil to him alwajn fine hundred per cent with tho boys and girls of Kldloy Pnrk Ho waj nn honory member oC Troop 2 nnd on9 of his lust acts was lo present tin nlrplnno propcllor for the Scout cabin Robert P Slrlnc llio next tipcaker stressed the splendid spirit toler ance which ho declared was aslronp fcaturo of Mr roimsons life Ifo was Bill Johnson not Mr Johnson nor William Johnson to tho people Talking about Jobs ski ono man who ever gets ahead tins things slide A doctor In Hook boasts that ho can tell nt a glance If a modern girl is In good shape or not Who cant An ad lays that a car is now within tho reach of every pedestrian ana looking1 at the coroners recordsover wo firmly bellev6 that every pedes trian Is within tho reach ot every car 7 i An Inventive genius has Invented an trap to snaro burglarsOMl aids will probably take advantage f Ibis invention Continucd on Twenty CHESTER HOSPITAL BULLETIN TRAINMAN SAYS WARD WASONPHIL1TRAIK LONE PRISONER IN JAIL The rases admitted to the Chester Hospital yesterday FrankTJer 207 llayeM fUrfct medical George 10H Thurlow Street iiurgl nl Mrs Anna Orhoiin West Graham street medical Tony Dudch S0f JMnkNon street Hurglcal Kara McKinney 1006 Vauclain Ktrcct sur gical Mary Suscijko 7tt Kast Ninth Htrent AVallcr Huscnko 711 Kast Ninth street nurgical Those were Alck Jucyk 121 Hlrecl Marian Jlolhwcll 1M Tiiylor Terrace Charles Both well u I Klcvenlh street Mrs JOHC phlno Onllngher 50 AVest Seventh rstrect No iccldcnt casefi were treated An IntojJcatcd man In such help less Htito that he xvas unable to give his name am address when bookctl at the City Jfall was arrested early this morning at Front and Norils strcctH by Patrolman AV Stewart Tho unknown thn only person takei into custody during the night hours will have a hearing before Magistrate Berry tomorrow There no ses sion of police court today due to ul member ot the police cleparltncn attending the funeral oC Michael Bradley turnkey NEW YORK May of New York and Trenton N T yes lerclay wero working on tho theory that AValter fj AVard missing since last week had Journeyed from Tren ton to Philadelphia on tho night ot May 5 when his car with tho wind shield broken was found parked out side tho Pennsylvania Railroad ptn tion In Trenton They also believed his windshield had been broken after he left the ear at the Btition Harry Boachart captain of detec tives In Trenton said T C Savage of Philadelphia a Pennsylvania Kallroad trainman had Identified n small photograph oC AVord as a man who had paid him a fare from Tren ton tov Philadelphia on the night of May fi Tho train was ono from this city to Philadelphia arrlvlngIn Tren ton at 1118 p m and in Philadelphia at 1205 a in daylight caving time 3 GET PARIS DIVORCES PAPIS May divorce today was granted Mrs lilla Peyster Khoematcr from Morion it KehwarU New York clubman Another divorce ot Interest lo New SCHOOLBOY MISSING Yorkers awarded cimo when tho freedom lo Mrs courts 1ucilo AVolfe Burton wife ot William Oliver Burton Xew York painter George K Bailey of Orange X T was granled a divorce from his wife tho former Margaret Hayes s TEMPLE GAME POSTPONED Mrs Agnes Jones 206 West Sec ond street has reported to the jiolic that her IS year old son AVllliai has hteJi missing from homo Fin Tuesday morning when ho klssc her goodbye and went oft to schoo Ho has not returned to his lion since then and hia mother is in a nervous elate Mrs Tones knows ot no cause for him leaving home When ho left ho wore a brown lumber jacket dver a striped blouse dark short pants light cap and brown stockings with tennis shoes The modern bride T it4 ove honor and shoot It Tho North Poleshould bo satisfied n American went there and re iiriied the visit it paid us last cr j Dart Donaldson opines that vay to keep from getting run over iy an auto is to get a job on tho Ice force And Mike Jtaginnis thinks its i wiso pawnbroker who locates next lo a boolleggcr3 joint i Local Insurance men a club It lie to improve theif vocabularies The Weather WAYNE MAN IN MADRID POST The Templtl M C baseball ifnniR Echcdtilcd for this rxfternpon has been rancelecl The ValeP M C polo gamo will however played WASHIXGTON May T Keed whoso home is at Wayne has been appointed second secretary atMadrid until tho first ot Septem ber Svhcii he will proceed to his rcg WASHINGTON May forecast for Emtern Partly cloudy and night probably in portion SuntUy fair atura in portion 1 Sun 5 46 a m Sets SOTp nv High water SOGam and 6 2C pin Low water 1203 a m and i S7 p m Hourly Record lidmshtH a m Jlidn 3 a in 2 a m 3a m 64 7 a m tJ S a m 62 a m a m cr be ular post at Berlin the State DCI i partment T J
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