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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - July 29, 1926, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVEIA6E NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR JUNE 18469 With AH Best News of the 50TII 15486 CHESTER PA THURSDAY JULY 29 1926 EIGHTEEN PAGES BUSINESSMEN OF CHESTER HOLD FORTHATSESQUI Inspect New Bridge Then View Wonders of Big Exposition t Herald and Motorcycle Guides Precede Bus Car avan SLOT MACHINES TRY COMEBACK PRICE TWO CENTS I McCLELLAN HELD WITHOUT BAIL MURDER CASE PRINCIPALS Lin wood Man Faces Trial in Delaware Says Girl Jumped From Auio Slot machines arc back in Chester A few of the gambling devices of the nickel and Quarter type have hern installed within the pist week in cigar stores and pool rooms in tlic western part of the city And already women rre complain ing thnt their husbands are losing RoberL McClellaa young man their weekly pay by playing the maif siding on Hewes avenue LlnuooJ chines ttiTcsled in connection with the in II is more than a year since tlc i juries sustained by Miss Kvi Faiis Plot machines were driven out ol naught IDyeuotd Hoolhwyn girl Chester Before that lime they hnil i wns fouml lying in tlic roadway The Chester Business Mfiis ASRO I cintion played an imporiani pan 1 in the SesquiCciUennial yesterday i Thousands of persons viewed the procession of five bus loads of Clus icr merchants HS they paraded i through Delaware County down I Market street Philadelphia across i IIP great bridge to Camrlen where i ho South Jersey Imposition was held and bad to the fesoui Centennial grounds The business then lined up in front of ilu Prmnsvlvania Building at the I hem in use in corner stores pool i looms and other places open to ill j public A storm of protest was raisiri i against ihc machines and the police were ordered to see that all stores got rid of them Almost overnight I the gambling devices At thai time Mayor Turner gavo his pledge that the slot machines i would not be allowed to return to Chester while he was Mayor Information has come to the Times wht r long lllcknian road given a l j hearing last night before Justice of Cjtlie Peace Joshua K Hailey of Boolh wyn and held without hail pond ins thai there arc operation and as several machines In that iliey are being feeler to see what If thore is no move to oust these machines it is i said that many others will make heir f appearance in corner stores iind he placed in conspicuous places to en tice the nickels and quarters of men women and children Those who placed llie machine1 in MIR stores are said to he anxiously waiting to see what the police will do fair and posed for official photographers of ihc exposition as well asnewspaper authorities will do 1hoiographcrs The association members started from the City Hall courtyard al IIid n m Before leaving ihe members posed for a group picture The local business men then eimrcd six buses jne of which went out of coinnils 1 sion outside of Chester andthe oc 1 ciipuiits crowded into the oilier live i The group was led by Mayor Siim K Turner Charles Hopkins president oftlie Business Mens As sociation John Sorcuss chairman of the days activities and John i Boyle secretary of the association j Members of council were in the first bus A bugler of the local boy scouts 1 sounded a trumpet along the route and many thousands during ihc busy 1 midday period rushed to the curbs to witness tlie buses and ihe banners inscribed with the orgunizUloiis name The route through Delaware county took the local mrn a Ion Chester 1ikc and through the vari ous boroughs At Ulcuolden a mo torcycle policeman preceded ihe buses and guided lie procession through trallic to llic city line of i Iliiladclphia at Angora Here a1 squad of four motorcycle police sent 1 by tlie City of Philadelphia ook up ihe dutyof guiding the buses through j Hie crowded city the Delaware Kivcr bridge The parade then followed the of ficers through th1 busiest Philadel phia with people B OCROSSNG CHANGES MADE Switches Removed Will Soon Relocate Freight Station i Kstimates are being received by B llarveson engineer of ihe iltimorc Uast IS ml division of the naltiinore and Ohio Railroad on tlie cost of moving tbc freight station now located on the north side of tbc tracks on Twelfth street between j Upland and Totter streets to a point west of 1rovldencc avenue near the which were crowded juncture of the railroad and Chester out Tor lunch Thcjcicok The change in the location of the freight suit Ion was one of the three steps in the removal of the traflic delay at Kdgniont and Providence avenues promised by Baltimore and Ohio officials K Schcer general manager of the railroad visited Chester with a party of engineers and other ofHdiUs on July 6 to In spect the traitlc situation at the grade crossings 011 these streets and to plan for the elimination of tfic trouble AtUnit tiiiif itvwas announced thit several switches near these inter Continued on Page Seventeen BOTH SIDES OF CHESTER PIKE MUST 12 lie Roth sides oC Chester Pike will opened Monday August 12 A psilii celebration is beingsponsored by ihe Keystone Automobile Club In conjunction with the boroughs along the pike J Borton Weeks presi ccnt the automobile club has called a meeting for Monday August 2 to be held at tlie Chester Club to which the burgesses of all the bor otifrlis along Chester pike have been invited Complete plans for the cle bralion will be drawn up at that tinie It is expected tlui I a number oC officials of the slate will be present at the festivities on August n Tho Keystone Automobile Club s having printed a number of illus i rated pamphlets tcllini the history f the road from earliest Colonial Days These will be distributed a motif iliu crowds attending the celebration Tlic pike paving is a I present com plete on both sides except that one section from Iairview road Crum Jynne to the city line of Chester is unclergoing a curing process POISON LIQUOR DEATH TOLL REACHES 44 iie arrival ot the Delaware authori ties lie is charged with aggravated assault and battery with intent to kill MuClellan was akeiv in custody early yesterday morning by Deputy Sheriff Vincent Massey and Constable Kdinond Iloldcn following tlie com plaint of James AslHon an uncle of the injured girl Miss Fausnaught was taken to rbe ChcMcr hospital Monday night by James Slevenson of 13 Virginia avc nut Aniline Village who went to j her assistance wbii be noticed her i lying in the roadway Her condition improved today I MasMy and ILolden testified dining j last nights hearing Unit MtCelliii had admitted lo iheni that tlio girl had been in his auto Monday night The officers said that McClullan suited lliat tho girl jumped out of tin car am her injuries when she fell ASMKtiint County Detective p J Quinu wlio lias been Investigating the manner in which the Boolhwyn girl was injured said today that it was a 411 Villon ot whether the vic tim was thrown or had fallen from the car His invesligalion showed that Mc Clelliin and another man narnel Har vey Morris of Claymont took the girl for an automobile ride to Car pvnter Delaware where she left the car and started to walk home was later overtaken by ihe two men wlio invited her to reenter the car promising thai she would be taken to her home It was after she i cicnlcred tlic car that she was in jured according lo tlic investigation made by County Detective Quinn believes that during a struggle tho girl either or was pitched out the machine McClellan has agreed lo return to Delaware without extradition papers and according to the eounty authori tes Morris who hails from Creens I boro Marylaiid and who has been living at Claymont is i fugitive James AslHon of TJnwood and his twodaughters Mrs Harris and Mrs Bertha Taylor also yt Iin wood stated during last nights bear they learned Hint she was a patient it the hospital The condition of Miss Fausnaught was said to be improved Ibis morn ing She has been in a state of coma the greater fiart of the tliiio since she was admitted lo the hos plUlr MRS HALL ARRESTED ON MURDER CHARGE HELD WITHOUT BAIL MRS FRANCES S HALL REV E HALL BOROUGHS MEET ON TOLEJIIXlIP Glcnoldciv and Prospect Park Favor Location in Road Center tions wouk bo moved to eliniiiiatc shunting of freight truins back rUFFAIO Y July United Press lifiuor in a new quarter southern tici of Western Xew York Thatl II Vlodgctt Albin Tviiglunl 10 Fris and tist Ivclof farmers near Jiimcslowii died and another man IK in a critical condition in a hospital from ibc poison drinic Iroin Salamanca Olcan Mayvill ntul inlPrmediate points clime reports largo of the deadly f iiiuor were there Tin death toll from poison liquor 1 today stood at 14 Search was insti tuted forthree men said to be mem bers of the higher tips rotoric sought by authorities The names given out by tbc lotal police are Dave Goldberg and sect tlie and forth across the street ciossings The railroad officials also promised to move the freight station from its present location and to extend the platforms of the passenger station to Potter street as finnl steps in re moving the causes of traffic delay Work was immediately begun on changing fhe switches through the Philadelphia ofliccs and has now been completed A switcli at the cast end of a siding west of Kdgniont avenuo was removed and one main track switch abandoned Another main track switch wns clianged from its former location to a point 1500 feet west of Crosby street The moving of the freight station which was promised to be begun within a week of the Inspection trip on July 6 at the latest has been held up by the problem of handling the freight consigned to Chester during tho progress oC the operations It not definitely known how soon actual work will be started on chinging the location of the freight station The contracts for tbc job arc being handled through The office of the division engineer iti Baltimore MEDIA WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN HER BED Miss Marie Davis who Is em ployed at the court house in Medi icturncd to her apartment at 110 AVost State street for lunch today and found her companion Miss Ilar liet Kirlin lying dead in bed Or J Clinton Starbuck was im mediately summoned and after nn examination said that Miss Kerlin bad been dcnd for more than an hour Mins Kerlin was also an em ploye of the court house but did not TO LET CONTRACTS FOR 3500 FEET OF SEWERS Contracts for approximately ect of eight ten and twelve inch terra cotta sewers will be awarded by City Council at a meeting to ie tiehl August 17 the time designated In specilications Tor reception of tor this work whfcti In tlie main will he in conjunction with new of streets opened to public use and travel and to provide for new buiki ing opcrutions Three hundred eightinon sewer will be constructed In Twenly thirtl street from a point 150 feet west of Grower street to the west city line 420 feet of eightinch sewer in Twentythird street from Madison o Upland street ISO feet of eightinch sewer in Church street from Second to Mary ctrcet ISO feel of tenInch In ISdwards street frojn Ninth street fo a point 120 feet north of Tenth street 400 feet of sewer In Tenth street from Highland avenue to Hayes street 190 feet of eightinch sewer in Worrell street frijiii Sunny side avenue to Housioi street 1100 feet of teninch sever n Tilghman street from Ninth to Twelfth street and SO feet of eight inch for repairs to Ridley nve rre sewer between Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets IVprcscntatives of and Prospect Park voiced stern oppusiliun to tlie plan to Imve side line pole con slrnciion on Chester pike during n meeting ot reprcsouiulivos ofthe various boroughs and towns ot the pike district held in ihe headquar ters oC the Xorwood Fire Company last night Tlic niictiiig which wiis presided over by C Thorn of Kidicy Jark lasltd nearly two hour before its adjournment Another meeting is scheduled for Friday Aiisust 13 In the meantime of the boroughs involved will he asked to cotillrin the stand tukfrti by their reprcKentatlv CH at last nights gathering Glenolden was represented at the session by Huigcss Coirlow A iiKire and Charles K llcplord prci deni Ulcnoldrii council Councit man liarlca spokr briefly urging center line construction lur Prospect Park Mr in speaking on the jiroposed uniform placing of polcSon tlic sides of Chester pike stated that ho did not favor such a measure be cause IciioHlcn hud not given up ope ot forcing the electric light company to place Its poles in tlic center of the roadway despite a re cent court order to the contrary Mr Jlcpford expressed a similar opinion A letter from the Southern Penn sylvania Traction was read during the meeting and It slated tliiil it would be hnpoiiilble to do away vith tb center line construction un less nil favored it The work of placing tbc Holes Is to start in about thirty days providing the matter cun be amicably ndjusteil The meeting was opened by for mer Purgess C rover C Talbot and then turned over to Council mini Thorn Robert O MacKendrick was secretary of the meeting Those attending wore II AV Faust T S Carpenter Samuel A Jackson John A Sjmith and 1 Cieorgi1 Miir fiin of ColHugdalc Arthur F lliilme C M Fleming and Klmcr 1 Sharon Hill tiurgass Charles A IVJsmore Charlou Jlcpford 1 Harry C Wigmore Harry V MRS ELEANOR MILLS SHERIFF SUES TO RECOVER FUNDS Johnson Brings Action to Get Money Deposited bj Allison ARREST SUSPECT IN MURDER OF MELLETT Ohio July Ilnitod Contos Mii In the murder C Don H Millet Miblislicr of tins CuiiUrn Untly Vila arrosied here today at the Ialcs ino llolcl lie being held on u of suspicion Dolorllvc of Pittsburgh who anlii1 for llic iivrcft will conic U VoiiiiKslnwii In grill nilos wllciiinl nnoUior iniui irc MMI hold All deny liiiuwltilgx ot the ninrdcr PltlsburKh end f llic Melletl miiidvr InvcHllfHtlon was comilctcd today letfcllvc IVIev Connors employed u tracing llic reports Mini Pittsburgh unincn bad i purl in the murder if Don U Milletl fit Clinton Ohio ti July 1C announced be had Ilu Hied his investigations Tin evidence be has uncovered Coimont believes is siitllcient to war rant ptuclng chiirgoH agiilnHt tlrorgc The Ireek Isillns mid Mlko Coii los of being accessories before Ihu fnct lu tinniurderof tbo vice cru editor Wife of Slain Minister Is Accused of Killing Him and Mrs Mills Choir Singer in New Jersey Four Years Calls It Ridiculous SOMERVILLG N J July Frances Stevens Hall was arrested tcxlny formally charged with the murders of her husband the Rev Edward W Hall and Mrs Eleanor W Mills the singer in his choir Tho mlddloogetl rsrrmn was held county Jull Branding the arrest as Mrs Hull taken WOMAN TWO MALE ASSAILANTS widow of tli 9 in the Somersyt ridiculous Sheriff Isaac W Johnson Ihrougl his attorneys John B Iannum Jr and AVilliiim C thin morning filed Mivo suits in usMimpsH one against the Cambrldge Trust Company nnd lustUKi Delaware County Trust this city for the ptynicnlbV tlioso institutions of money miiounllng lo accounts the late Sheriff Tlirulirin Allison v Duringhis Ilfitlrnc the la tr sheriff luifl checking accouius in bolh thCHc hanlis of which there is a balance in the Ciunbrldgc Trust Company of IMSiXM mid in the County Trust Company amounting lo r2i28 accord ing o Kheriff Johnsons Hlatcinent of claim was received by Hiieriff Allison by virtue of bis offlce from persons and cor ATLANTIC CITV N 1 July Inllcd mid daggering along a street here early today hoi rlolhiv lorn and Jaw broken Miss Kletiimr Mulllgnn I nf 17 lorlon Mtrecl Hartford loiin wns lo a hospital lo Itlfiil Ify her a nl s She bad lold Ihc pnllci that luo men wllb wbtnn Him was nioturbu had atlackcd her Irevbiusly who hml inultcreil ihij nanif of Miss Mil run ret Tulley a waitress In n hotel here uml wliose home is at SI Lenox Htrect Ifiirlford Mint Tii Hoy said Klie hud last KCOII her friend early luil night While they were being by deloitlvcH In tho lioKplIn n cii flrnvo up with til dfail and liijmvil men The body Unit of the drlvtc of u lord aednn which liiul vrash Into a niotpitruck on the hitcbwij troni Xljsecon to Kgg Harbor tlty The crushed fljrnrc alive WHS hi companion As ntteiiiliintn ciiriled the Injilrjd man into K warl Miss Tulley ouiv face Thitts one of tlie men wlio tool 1Ilwiiiiir out last night she ex claimed The dead waa IdentKicil is his companion Miss Mulligan Inlur corroborated her friendK slatrnient to the Juil shortly bffnro Jlii oelorrk this inorn iiiK Sho was held wHIiout bull tot thn jrnind jury v L will no utiitorncnlK until I Irani what the muiilcr cliarso is basod on she MIK Hull will tight lo the utmost tho cliaiKO that she killed lur il liKPil unfaithful husband ntid Mrs Mllln hlRbiiriccd counfil hurried to hrr drfense As nho ronfprrod with ihem she said will suffer for tblw There was a dramatic KOdio nhurUy bctoro midnight when the woniun was nrroHtcil at lior liomn hi Nfw luunwwlck V r fjtiitn irnoprrs woru yjlnillled to the liomn by fejvants who invoke Mrs Hull She ilrcsHed before coiulup down KtnliK to meet ollicers mid on reading the warrant anked and rocolvcil pennlHHlon to tihphtinr her utturiiLy Jnnneillately on bolnfr jirrcslvd by uil J 1 lamb AJnJor M OKIni Krllnp MviKoaiit llielvird Iliirko nnd JJctcutlvu Iliinlim of tho Xrw lersey EtrlckUnd G Howard Iundy atitl K A La Crosse of Clenolflen Bur gess E W JDodd It C ilacKeudrick Paul Alexander and Grovcr C Tiil bot of NorwocxI Charles of Prospect Park C AV Thorn T p Ward William ijeattv Thomas Dtirkln of Ttldljy Parlc and 1 M Hinkson rep resenting ihe conmili tee Inter viewed the trailion odichils Burgers John Hruce Willfiini Thomas llar vcy and Tbumas Carroll of Kildystone During ibc meeting Mr Talbot made the suggestion that i perma nent organization of tives if the various pike towns be formed MELLETT FAMILY IS GASSED IN HOME RESTRAINS WARREN 0M FIRING ITS POLICEMEN Xale Buffalo andgo to work today She bad been iJavey Purden New York Their ali suffering with heart diseasefor some leged operation were said to eclipse summoned Dr Percy Hell Ihose of C Voelker the soI this morning lie pronouiicrrt hor usual and nfur called Niiiirara iTrontier alcohol kin condilion worse than usual a who now sianila accused of first fieI oniinistering a bypodcrmu grec murder his connection w the distribution of the poison Major C Uolcrts Jr dT her return at noon her to spend the day Davis found her doad bed Miss on Ohio July CANTON O July T tho families of Uon Meltett slain publisher and Lliyrl his brother yeslerday wore ill from n obnoxioiiK which reloaded their homo across His oruh vborc they were seated The four children of lon nrd temporary injunction j widov well oa Jfrs Mel this city of 40000 population abolish ing its entire police department as r economy move I Tlie injunction restrains Mayor Jii II Marshall and thirteen city oflVials I including members of tiic city from riischnrging the rbfef of police an I twenty men Saturday midnigiit condition Is not serious The gas could have conic fioni gas bomb such as police raiders ixc or it might have been impounded in botilc and the bottle broken neii the home according to corse E ford detective invest U a administrator gaid he learned that more than 3500 gallon of tlic poison nbohol had been released in Ihls vl rinily f which amount Aoelkcr IP al Icscti to have received 300 gallons Lntil ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT Claude Ferguson Nrgro vns licltl in 1100 bail ta keep the peace and fined the costi at a hearing before Magistrate Oglcsby yesterday nftcrj nion le was arraigned on a churge j f asFiiult and kHtery having been j arrested by Constable Taintor on a warrant iwovn out by Mrs Susie len of Uppers rials According t Mr Allen Ferguson entereil her i house on Tucrdny and bent her knntkin iirr down nnd stauunng on her letter her husband remon strated with Jerguson who struck him with a club and broXe one ff bis ribs it wap rcrguson also lives in Leipcrs IlalP recently Miss Kerlin con ducted a millinery store n Medici Khe wns Ihc daughter of the lae William Kerlin it one time jupcr intcndent ot the paintinp department at the Pennsylvania Training School at Klwyn is survived ITI sister Mrs Kdwnrd Mink of Col lingdale RESORT FIRE LK Fin lulr Fire starling CHILD MOTOR VICTIMS i United CMfe today at Jacksonville Beach tbreitened to destroy that town dfpnrtmenis of Jacksonville and South Jacksonville chocked it liter it had burned the Ocean Vfw anil bath houses with nn cstimatcel damic Tlij automobile is as much a men aie to child life ns scarlet ever ind in hoopingcough combined porations required by to innUe payments and are tho subject of distribution to and among persons and corporations an by law required to assert their tllli and ownership to Ihrw funds I hrough the sheriff Sheriff Johnson claims Unit he is ihercfure entitled to the possession of the money in order to distribute it according lr Inw Tho money has in litigation since the death of Sheriff Allison tnd this Is ihc tirst legal step taken to have it distributed On April 7 of Ibis year according to tbc statcinont llic laic Judge Johnson by a court order directed Sheriff Johnson to secure nil funds deposited to the account of Thomas W Allison sheriff and pay tlic same into court In pursuance to that order Sheriff Johnson slates that be drew checks on tlic Cambridge and Delaware County Trust to tlic order of William Ward Jr phothonotary dated May 7 The first check for and the seiond The checks were signed Isaac W Johnson sheriff successor to T W Allison sheriff The checks were sent to ITotho notary Ward and attaclied to each was a short cf rtillcatc of the Ilcglstcr of Wills as evidence of T W Alliionh death The Cambridge Trust Company a in statement avirs upon prCMCiitii lion of the cheek refused to pay the money out stating as Us reason No authority lo pay Tlie check duly protested on May 10 When the othrr chcik was pre sented to the Delau arc County Trirjl rvfiisid wfis likewise forthcoming nnd the reason there was No funds This check was protested The tvo trust companie WEST BADLY HAMPERED stale police she was brought to head fHiirtMa of thr slate troopers nnd hold until hrr admittance to the jii II llpr anrsl Is tnulcrfitood to base followed an afternoon eonuicjun amme nlale pullee Mlddlonex aulhoiliirs nnd Supremo Court Jus tieo Charles W Iurltcr at Morriti town X 1 Prosecutor Franrn IjCfiton nf Somerset conntv mada till oomplalntK and the wariant Kwnrn out by tusticn of K Kulplicn lit Biuiu wlek Pixispcutor Francis roiBcn of Sorn oisrt Iounty who sworcs to Ihe wur ranl Jusiici of tho 1encr li Htitphcn of Xcw Brunswick who held her for llif grit ml jurj on cliarnr Major Mark O Klmberlinqr of Ilir Kliitc police who made thi refused to Kixe any hint of whnl they Imdfoiind ir on what facts they biijeil the rest Th pronpRudir aiul his nldesarf mlUed Mini tlioy deliberately iniilnliilnlnK sefreey OneInvestisa lor FUJI lho nnincH Of new WllnessflH to bo culled butorc tho Kritnd jury Continued on Two PRIMARY COST NEARS MILLION Senate Probe Committee Bares Source of Illinois Contributions Aifontins to rrsldcntK in the vicin ity of Third ami Ward streets sev eral motorists Iind narrow cscn fiom possible serious IiiltirieH within tlie past few nights as I be result of Hut roadbetl between Irolbv Iraiks on WiKl Third Htrccl bcliiK lorn uji and IlKbts boiiiK placed near Ihc deprcH wions It said that n ck dropped the tiacks curly this morniny and rrmalnrcl Iliere until shortly befnro Ij oclock Kmployrs of the S P T oinpany have torn up the woodJlock paving between TowtiKPiiil i ml street M pr paratory to laylnpr new rails aiul a dif ferent type of paviiiKThin particu lar section of Third strept has In en iii a dcplorablo condition for several years TRAIN HOLDUP IS REPORTED TAKE PRISONERS SOUTH according j to nw are required lo file ailidavitsl Tiif to statistics compiled by a New Yorkirf defense within tifteon days from Into n corn City life insurance company JJeaths the date they arc served with notice bandit lifl from automobile accidents have inlof the suit creased 50 per cent since JO twtr titbs of the deaths being amnnc rhil umler made from AMIISniKY Mass July 2 nnltfd iiien held up ninstcr on a littln of the Ainesbury branch of tinMoston and Maine Italboad today and A cbeckup by police officials al Amrsbury completed before noiin placed ainoiitil obtained by the bandits at SK300D Most of the money It is said was included in tinshlpmcni from Huston to Die Iivrr HnnU of AmesUury and In rali Tlie men thf trnn as pax ct Salisbury and the Irani neirtfl a Mailun on Uic main road bfuvccn AtniMbtiry and Salisbury i thfy cillTerl the CHICACiO July Another trlbutlon by Siirnliot JiiMllI Clilcagfh iitllliien iniignnte to tlic citmjvilgn funds rulscfJ fn the April Jlllnols primary was disclosed today licforo llie senate cainpalgti funds comiiilt te It wiin vi Id lo llic CrowcllniTell Kcpublicaii Old Jon of ook county which geiirally sup ported Krank L Smith clitilniian of the Illinois commerce commission In his successful fight lo wrest the Tlu publlciin Koiiitlorinl noninalion from Sctmtor William B McKlnley Tliln IncrciiHed thfi known outlay I7y liiHiill rturlng Ihc tirliuary ciini palgn lo of which Jlii was a gift to ilie Smith orguii Ixatlon JlfiItflOio Ocorgc 10 Ilrcnnon wlio won the Democratic senuU iioniinatlon and 1 00110 lo the Dcneen group lu Cook IntiiiirK conl rlbtitlon wns testified to y Chnrles V Barrett of Chicago treasurer of llic or ganisation who disclosed also thai bin group spent a total approxi mating This with other but smaller expenditures testified to dur ing the day rained the known total In Ihe Illinois prlmnry to or to ihe million dollar pri mary rlnjta This total Is divided as follows Sfunlor William C5 Jtu Frank L Smith S2rTri17rl Ceorgp H Hrcntiiin Helicon orgunbatloii rowfiJarrett group JI75000 Insutl flirrct for A nilWorld court pioiirigaiifln Chairman I teed today iiolific Thomas W fuiir inm of Tlillii tlrlphla that he would be cited be Torn llie Lnltcd Ktatcs Senate fo oonteiiHit for refusing lo answc riiiiKtlous before the Tlmt in not a ieed tol the niti rt clerk of rhiliidelpliia win to say where he got T0001 hn to the successful of Wllllain Vare TcniiKyivani Kepublicaii ScMmlnrinl nominee PURE OIL CO WORKER IS FATALLY INJURED dren been ri tes 1 tin in rodiicing thr c drilh ALEXANDER F1NLEY DIES un f d baggage master ffiroed aid xvblU oim of Ihe I hi m it the point of his tile other HVII ransackfc liie r trie mail sacks No shots fir measles scarlet fever jijon formrr ED FRY PURCHASES EAST 13TH STREET HOME 1 diphtheria anfl J four chief childrens diseases A low Ten prisoners of various i record was also established Tast year crimps in Fodfral Piiilridcipbia for diseases associated with matcr and who had been sentenced to terms j nity in The Federal prison at Atlanta i rirruli Tlmcn WAIVES A HEARING Announcement wns mTio today ihat the WilsonStocvcr property at Kast Tblrteentb street had purchased by lLdwin ir lr forniei coroner and Ninth wanl hotelmin who it is understood is preparing to left this morning in charge of dep uty marshals for tlie southern city Among the officers in charge of ihe group were Deputy U S Marshal McGinnis and Georer Pierre river patrolmati connected with the Ches ter police department AUSTIN APPEALS SESQUI FINE take possession of the property in the j ASHlRY near future Tbc dwelling of brick construction and tbrcc stories high was built 1 number of years ago by tho late folin o Wilson manufacturer and at thni e was considered one of the Appeals from the decision of Ma iMraff Falmestock In the recent fronviclions of 71 f Austin director gf neral of the Pliiliidelpfiia SrHtui Ccnlcnnial and four employts of viri lation of the Sunday laws were fiicJ yesterday Jtulge Ifwis in Quarter PA7XK N J July Court allowed llic petition of latin x F Ityan counsel for Mr A u si in for nn appeal from tbcma gist rates il cifion anI fixed tomorrovas the date for the hearing FAIL TO FIND BODY farcb of i failed to MarriifHook rin1 private homes in that part of the city yesterday property has a frontago of C3 mi rlrs arsiiie him with wanonly ivolvfr Ciiirlrs KuUlph Fourth on Thirteenth strret and Cr eii virpofi Mnriis Honkof ln with modern siracc ivefj a hrariiic when taken Vpfovn rear of plot Tlio clwcUiK is situated Jurlico of ihe Inshtia Hail fLnitfd waters in this vicinity today reveal any trace of Ivriward of Helniar Frink of Ocean fJrovr N T who verc thrown into the ea off Kliarh River inlet msnagtr of th tiled suddenly in Atlintlc City TKI tcifiay from a attack Mr I FinKywas ronnefrtcd with one of resort nwspaprs Wblic in tfr about ten yrirs rigo Mr FinI Jiind x number of friends v ho were shocked to beir his path FRANK MATHUES BUYS ESTATE IN MARYLAND WORKMAN INJURED Samuel Duffy of in siuth first Htrccl Philadolfiiiia mittcd to the Hospital yts trrday Hiiffcrlng from a contufion lio ricbt sufTaiiVMl wliilo Inst nt Ihc St IterJuig school Fourth and Hiyefi stretF MR ECKMAN IMPROVED RATHENAUS MOTHER DIES f fiootliwyn last night and iOOfl bond for bis ippearnre in rotirt Rudolph wns arrested by Dcp Jty Sheriff Vincent BrUTTN July 5 frpt from street i MathiMe Tittlipnaii the No staipment was mndr as to the mother of Walter Rathenau who was price paid by Mr Fry Cor the prophissapfinatod afler the war rrty but it Is snid the amount was in serving as chancellor of Germany the neighborhood of died todav Allen H Kckman director of tlio Welfare Federation of Cliester anil Vicinity who was seriously 1ntur in nn riiitomobilr accident last Friday night at Clifton fleichts was re porter lo b much improved this morning at the Mriia hospital Mr Krkmans chief injury is a badly Fashed leg RUMSEY IN K OF C GOLF Jimmy Riimsey IviMfrn league and intercollegiate basketball referof is listed among the late entries for tbrNational Knights of Columbus golf tourney which will start at 111 Bala Club Monday tnild Marshal Frank has purchased a farm eom priylng about 1OK acres al Mil NVik Md llf will take poSHSSion on Hal tirlny The fitrni is just three miles below Fiftyj ibc firtn of former Hherift A IS i adi Granger near While point In the nfim section arc located th farms tf lir S U CrotHovs lolvn P Crozer T Woodward Tnilner Samuel U lyde S IJoyd Irving and Kingsley Mlrlgomery General Wllllatn Prices farm Is also In Ihe violnlty There a largo hfiuse and bnrn in cluded In Marshal Mathucs property CLEARVIEW TO TRAVEL Clear view nan drldol to fnisb the reason as a ImvHInjr team club has won forty of played tliis scaron CHESTER MAN KILLED IN BROAD ST STATION Thomas K Kincide 71 West Thirrl street Chster fatal Injuries shortly before noon to day in Broad strrel station Pbila rlriphia Klnrade wan frushrd when he between two trains NEWSIES IN ATLANTIC CirX Contest Winners Arc En tertained at World Fa mous Resort Special o the Chester TlihesJ OCKAiV CITV JOJJulj wlniifrs of HiR xubsorlptfon of the Cliewtcr are Jti and hcallli and are enjoyilkjr s irlr tilp to the fullest extent Todiij wan Atlantic City Diu The wns inadfi by built to liin via trolley car to Atlantic City hern was nothing hero that would1 nterrst the boys that they did not nkc In Four solid hours on the fam IIK SlccplceluiHC Pier capped lay The boys have many fricntk it the UcHtAAVhllc cottage nt Ocean City by their good conduct Charles Hrincken IUIM been nick named tlie nnd N out to wnU tbo fair licarls of the guests JVelHon Fatso Mason Is the fun maker ot the parly He Keeps the of his companions soiilng Lawrence f Chicle Carroll Is the only one who bus developed 1 cast of sunhurn Ilo sure on tho i of tlie crowd when Vie walk Paibcrt IH running Shclk n race for tho honors of tlio tlllo Patsy Tinone goes along very lulctly but nothing gocsby him QUITS CHANNEL PARIS Tuly H United Olav Farstad the Norwegian awiin mer abandoned bis attempt to swrm the ISnglish channel early today Far stail entered the water shortly after Q a m yesterday Topics of Times Icsse ICnierlck 10 of R17 Wcs Wilmlngloli died the Chester Hospital at 115 uclocl this morning as the result of a fra lured skull sustained yesterday after noon while a I work at the Vure Ol Companys plant at Marcus Hook Deputy Coroner White took charge of tlie body and removed it to his lllorgil limerick was working with a con struction gfing when lit met with his Injuries Ofllelalt of the oil plant say that b1 was struck by a piece of limber He was rushed o tbc liospltil where an examination showed Ills skull had been fractured He was in jured at 1 oclock yesterday afternoon STOLE HAD IN PURSE PARIS July United Miss Louisa cates said to be sisfr ot a Now York lawyer was taken in custody in a department store hcn on a charge of pilfering n iair of gloves At lime she bad 300 iii her purse anil wore ex pensive jewelry Her release was nrranKcd soon by the American Con sul after which she said I dont mind the French much but the bread is too black A tils pa tch Informs us that In Lon don they moved a 700ton clocto of time on their hands County officials are rapping mil rotd crossing They better not try to wrap them They dug a well near tlic local swimmingpool several hundred feet doop If they dig any deeper they arc liable to strike French francs Harold Hughes thinks tho city should have municipal golf links Hes n ooji and although no one ever saw him do U he swings a mean A woman must admit she is 30 years old lo vote in Kngland Butch says that tlie politicians who framed that law knew their business c A man died rceenily who claimed he made a fortune dressing chickens Thats one of the beat ways to lose it nowadays Jerome Renting onrc sairl that this rounny has twothirds of the worlds phones Wo use them calling tne to fix throefourths of tfia worlds autos Tf vou are observing you will nols that iho fellow who paddles his own canoe IK generally passed by the fel low who gets help The fellow who runs is no cojv nrd says Captain Jaokson Right Cap providing he has the backing of the rVgii The Weather WELSH MUCH BETTER Thomas 1 Tucker Welsh who is a pntlent in Ihe Chester Viospitril ferinir from several gunshot wounds wns reportrrl to he much improved thin moriiinir He is expected to be strong enough to permit his removal to hislioric in the near future Weather forecast for tonight Fri day little chinge in temperature Gentle to moderate shifting Sim rises55S am selfSIS pm High water fiOl am and 627 p m lxw water 12BSarn and 127 p m Hotiriy Record Midnight 71 7 R m 7P la Sa 2am t B m7S 74 10 ft m 77 F3 m   

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