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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - August 9, 1926, Chester, Pennsylvania                             DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR JULY 18501 50TH 15495 PENNSYLVANIA NEWS NOTES FOR QUICK READING Upturned Automobile Sends Two to Hospital Three Are Drowned Man Lives After Taking 2000 Volts of Electricity Into His Body SCKANTOX Smith 15 tional JXcws Hill 24 Edgar Wheeler 50 anil George Frost nil from Philadelphia are in Ihc Stale Hospital today suffering injuries received when in automo bile turner over it Daleville accord ing to physicians The victims were pinned beneath the overturned car Leroy has a possible fractured shoul der and contusion oC the spine Wheeler lias a fractured leg and Frost ii suffering from a fractured 1iglU ankle injury to spine and head SCANTOK Smith 15 of of Jcssiip 11 cur here is In custody of the authorities in connection with ilia shootiiiff to death of his compan ion Meiio Crisagrandl 11 of the same plncc Kinith jifter hiding in iho woods several hours said gave himsflf up Jimithauthorities say was tiring a revolver at a tin can while several boys looked on Casagrandi went toward the largvt when ho thought firing hud ceased A bullctt pierced his head governors of fice today announced the appoint jiieiit of fia persons to state positions Thirtyseven of the new appoint ments are in the highway depart ment The remainder arc scattered throughout various branches ni Ihc state government GREEJCSBURG Pa AUR 9 Chailes 13 IVilJlp jj of Foxtown Pa is dead today and six others eye nursing injuries as a result oC auto mobile accidents over the weekend The Wible hoy was killed and his brother Roland 31 and Calvin Har i CHESTER PA MONDAY AIJGUST 91926 EMT10N With All Latest Bert News of Mistakes Chum For Burglar PIKE OPENING Shoots Her Through Breast CELEBRATION ON Victim ofSecane Mishap Utters Forgiveness as NEXT THURSDAY She Tosses on Cot in Philadelphia Hospital Pinchot and Ken Believe Wound May Prove drick Arc Listed to Make ratal Addresses A BATHING GIRL WITH ALL HER PBICE TWO EightYearOld Girl Dies I Mrs Mario llurst 25 years old of Church street Primes was mistaken for a burglar by her friend Miss Chandler also 25 years old of South avcnue and Providence road Sceanc and shot through the breast early yesterday morning Accordng to County Detective O N Smith who interviewed the girl at the Hahncmann hospital she ab solved her friend of all blame He said the dying girl stated that flic was returning to her homeon the 1055 train from Broad Street station Philadelphiaearly yesterday morn ing Falling asleep she went past the Elation at Primes where she lives She gotoft thc train at the next stop in Secane where her friend Miss Marie Chandler resides Thinking of here for the night instead of returning home through tlic dark woods she made her way to the Chandler residence to stay overnight Throwing pebbles against the win to attract uic attentionct her Parade Will Cover Entire Route From Darby to Chester ON After BeingStruck By Auto I Alice W Weyman of Elam Expires in Wil mington HospitalFamily of Six Pinned Under Car Near OgdenMotorcyclist Rams Bus dow friend she was tljroilgli the breast when Miss Chandler believing that a burglar was attempting en trance fired through the window Upon hearing the screams of hr whose voico she then recog nized Miss Chandler and two girl friends whose names are withheld ran outside to aid Mrs Hurst They were unable to stop the flow of blood and summoned Dr K K Loewcn of Clifton Heights who decided that Mrs Hmsl was In too precarious condition to bc moved She wax taken to the llahncniann hospital yesterday p Wncna operation was felt to bo Imperative Miss Chandler is inconsolable over the tragedy and told County Detec tive Smith that several attempts had been made to rob her home recently and upon hearing the noisos had fired through the window with a re volver that sijc placed on the bureau in case of burglars Continued on Page Two MERCHANT GIVES HIS OPINION ON TRAFFIC RULES Frank E Glenney Believes Citizens Relief Can Secure B O Crossing Conges tion Should Be Regu lated NEGROS ACTIONS FRIGHTEN CHILD First Ward Youngster in Highly Nervous State on Reaching Home Ada Craig nineyearold daughter of Ransom R Craijj 105 West Tweiir lyfourth street is in jierv ous state at her home today follow ingnn experience last ntght when a nejfro followed her for nearly two liours and balked her efforts to elude him until she sought refuge in a carage at Twentysecond street ancl Cdgmont avenue about 030 oclock The little jjirl said than she first noticed the negro following her nt Twelfth and Crosby streets about 730 oclock when she was walking borne At Twentythird and Upland streets the girl took a short cut through L field and the Negro walked on up Upland street toward Twenty fourth Believing that she was 110 longer pursued she travelled slowly along the natli when the Xogro sud denly jumped out at her from the grass where he had been hiding Thc child fled to thc home of her Sunday School teacher Miss Etta Hutehinson on Highland Terrace at Fifteenth street in an effort to throw her purtucr off the track In about cn minutes she started home again As she was walking east on Kiftccnth street she saw the Xegro still fol lowing her At Fifteenth street and avenue she saw a woman and ran up to her Tho woman accompanied her to a nearby garage where her Jamily uirl the police were notified Miss Fvelyn Craig thc girls sis trr immediately came for hatand they both accompanied thc polios on a tour of the nciphlxorhood in an cfiort to locate the Xcgro She de scribed tlm man as being light about five feet ten inches in height Commenting on a recent editorial in which the Chester Times called She attention of its readers to a number public improvements which if carried out would result in the civic and industrial advance ment of the city Frank K Glenney CATHOLICS MAY CLOSE SCHOOLS IN MEXICO TILT Report Two Million Chil dren May Be Deprived of Their Education V It is now smooth sailing on Chcs tcr pike with no detours between Darby and Chester to bring frowns to the faces of visiting motorists from and nil Calles Plans Reprisals Troops Remain in Con trol of Churches MEGICO CITY Aug X Developments of a sensational na ture in the Mexican religious co were forecast In irell informed circles today Thc Catholics it is reported Baltimore Washington points South The famous pike has been going through a reconstruction period since August 7 The paving job ls said to bo one of tlio largest 1C not the largest ever handled by the Slate department Tho total width of tho pike including trolley tracks Is fiftyfive feet a seventeen and onehalf foot cli of concrete for one way traffic running on each side of tho trolley trackw The completed Job has cost the state nnd Delaware ooonly thc of Whcii negotiations for fhli work fiist iHo considerable difficulty was experienced vlh the trolley company and some of the municipalities through which tlie plke passes j Borton Weeks Presi n1t Keystone Automobile Club lins been an untiring worker in this connection nntl nn small share or credit is due him for tlio success nil completion of this Important art fry Realizing Unit this road would i UKCd SestiuiCentui nlal visitors Mr Wccks iirrangcd fur a scries of niceUiigs In Chester ind other towns as a reaul of which HCfercnt municipalities ironed out their differences and the work Was commenced less than a year uo A formal opening of the pike with fitting ceremonies will take place on August 12 parting with a parodc a p m that will assamble at Centinmd en Fifteen lU S CHlEreSAjT TO AID TARIFF PLANS very unutUal priMwinning bathing who hat the good taate to for the photographer with all her clothe onl Shea Joyce Jean Kurd 19yearold Michigan State College coed who will represent Laneing Mich at the Atlantic City ctnteat pioneers in thu clothing business oC this city had tho following to sav concerning this constructive plan It was with pleasure I read the editorial pertaining to items of civic improvements and I believe that everything advocated by the Times would ultimately result In a bigger and better city should the genera public lend their wholehearted sup Dorr to the program Or course someitems mentioned in the Times whichwould have to bc accomplished by the city authorities but before takingaction on some of refer to the adoption by Council of satisfactory comprehensive regulations and park ins persons aftected by thc change first should be con having a shavedhead Ho was wearing a brown shirt and trousers and was coatless Police arc still searching fur the Vegro but no suspects have been arrested vet WOUNDED FOE KILLS y VA SHERIFF IN DUEL Va Aug 1 J c m I n g Dickcson r nd Jiimos f f Continued on Page Fifteen MARCUlHOOOARBER DROWNS IN RIVER The body of Xunzlo Cautilli 04 years old was taken from the Del aware river nt tlie foot of Market street Marcus Hook about 3 ocloclc Sunday morning after members of the Marcus Hook police force had been notified that he had fallen off thc wharf at Market street and drowned Thc body was found in shallow water An investigation made by Deputy Coroner Robert 1loud but no marks of violence I were found on the body Cautilli had been boarding at the home of Angelo Argon lino i5 Him street Marcus Mook Follow ing the coroners invcstigaiion a nephew Frank A Cautilli of Phil was notified and claimed the body The members of the force who assisted River Patrol nyui George Fierce and Icn Miller of Chester in recovering the body vcrc Peter Herman Joseph Crockeu and Glen Itoinaiand Joseph Dcconlo of S Vi cst Third strct 3Iarcus Hook ig approximately 2000001 crhilOren of their only means of erij cation President Calles it wrfs learned plans drastic action if lhc clergy do not yield EAST INDIANS HELDJNBAIL Fellow Countryman Says Trenton Men Robbed Patrons at Point of Gun Allic AshsWand Mahomet Fook opdar East Indians who sny they live In TrentonK J were arriiigncd before Magistrate Hcrry In police court today for n preliminary hcai WASHINGTON Auir 9d i or a preliminary Hem Steps to counteract ait attitude off K robbery preferred attitude of antagonism wkich exists against tho UnitedSttttesnn some big industrial i j tomorrow night The nature of this action us not disclosed That pressure would bc exerted by foreifiri governments was believed in evitable today unless President Califs u un j centers abroad as a result of opera tion of thc American tirr law baa lieen launchedby the government it was learned today Coming at a time when consider able antiAmerican feeling has been aroused abroad over ivuij t tiuuacu nuruau over tlelj proposal to nationalize tlemenls Uip drive may ripfc the Protestant churchesof Mexico j something of a w TheBritish government had marie diplomatic representations on behalf ot English churches own prop erty In Mexico Kdmond Ovev the British Minister lias been requested to call the Mexican governments at tention particularly to the j i itu tiiiuu u ntcu Iur nt I the trip is a Inspection of oua libr ous liberty tc thc nationals of both countries Calles it was learned today turned down another attempt to solve thc religious question wh I he refused iu receive a delegation of prominent LatinAmericans The delegation had j been given carte blanc by acting Archbishop Pascual Diaz to do what they could to effect peace Calles informed the delegation that debt sel e oii ah according to of ficials Thomas O JlaHin chairman of the tariff commission expects to sail for Burope August 11 while Edward Costigan a tari commissioner sails today The announced of the trip is an Inspection of the commissions foreign staff Officials both Marv pouted to confer with foreign busi to acquaint them with the modus operand of tho flexible tariff hy Shir Kohn East Indian of 71L IVest Second street this city The men were taUen Into custody atFourth and Fulton streets last night by Detectives CosKfove nnd tnrraday and Patrolman JcKerls on Kahhs complaint that when he ve and Foohopdjii pennls slpnto Htiirtagivinblliis game In his hprncjyar boardlnc house for fellow rthatMahoinit had uudafter All Alt put1 Cip their liitiidV rifled tlielr clothing oljtalnlng the suniSqf The prisoners remandedto n cell beingheld Mithoiit ball pending the swearing out of by Kalin Clifford 403 West Sec Continued on Page Fifteen FIVE MINERS TRAPPED RESCUE WORK PROMPT DR HALL PLANNED TO ELOPE LETTER SHOWS SA LEM Hammered Ky7 Aug In drlJllrie by MRS Priflcmoro county she having nlrd witli puns a ycxrs apo on 1 COUlltV A group of Villagers gathered on IIOUP fo their rus tomary rvrning nlk were away hy l M ns nhcyrd and rl sheriff w avc opcnpa firo Mnllins a oniarmni trcatTl up thesinpj while to draw hi protection Chimf hut in the of vhofs Mrmmc hewas struck in the slom icli nrm ind fice After thc cessation of the shooting wunosrs said Fleming turnrVVlft walked away At thls juncture Miil ins was reported to have fired a which killed Firming wl0 feli nnd thirty minutes latpr nt a hospital Muilins rtM PRIMARY EECTION SOiLERVlULE X Aug Kev Edward VV Hall and ilrs Eleanor Mills victims of the sensational Xcv Brunswick mur der of four years ago planned to elope to Mexico nt the time of thc killin gaccordlng to a letter said to be in the hands of Special Prosecutor Simpson todaj The body of the Kov Edward llnll may be exhumed this week Special Prosecutor Alexander Simpson in dicated today certain al leged discrepancies exist In the re ports of physicians who examined the rector body will determine whether another autopsy will be held tho prosecutor said The irregularities in the report concern the number of wounds rock formation rescue workers were making avaliant effort today to rcacii the five men entombed in the Zinc and Spar Company mine nearhere from one ofthree directions j The men trappedby i of mud and rock haveVeen Im prisoned thaii SO hours and but scant hope still alive was licliV that they arc 7OUISV1LLE Ky Aug John Langley who waged an in tensive campaign for vindication of her husband easily won thc pviblican nomination in the Tenth vou Congressional District in one of the e r few contests In Saturdays Kentucky j aigr primary warm enough to Interest cnals a general apathetic electorate j At the cml of the Iwo monthsI fvp IJJ T1ITT 1 irf campaign for the scat of her 1 A I I JlhAKj band former Congressman John ENJOYED DAY AT LENAPE Sixteen bus loads of persons rep resenting the Sunday school depart ments of tlic Third Presbyterian church held their inhuul picnic at tcnapo Park Saturday Featuring the days program at the park a baseball game between a team composed of the members of tho Ushers Association of the church and thc officers of tho church A program of activities for the cliil sponsible for the death llre 1ai1 also been arranged Thc love affair between Or llai Mri Eleanor Mills beautiful young choir singer was known t the rectors wife Charlotte SIIIN Tle Putnam expedition to northern ghter of the murdered woman ed today GS Vest J3iglith John Kellv Upland CharleK McLnughlln SAG Potter street and Jack AVrlght C05 East Eighthstrcet arrested early this inotiiing and Crairnin streets by Patrolmen McDowell Mc Kcnna OwensandJJonaldson were giveir a hearing on chargesof dis orderly cohtTuctv and malicious nils I Chief U tcHtfler thsit thc 3oung nien deliberately broke anum bcrof windows ofa building at Sec ond and Dock streets They wcrj ordered held until their pirerits pay 111 e t w 11 cr to r re p la ci n s o f tnii glaaso 1 reward Stcwnrt Xegro Krcd amf Jlattle Turner 3i7 Fulton with attncicing tlicm with n knife a their home last night was held for a further hearing a warrant having been sworn oui ly HItlic Turner The couple received treatment at the hospital for lacerations ijt tlic licc scalp Mark Locke Amps Hudson Thomas Tlutt and lolin Kail Xe groeaarraigned by Detcctlven Cos grove Farradiy and Frlemuth at Front and Welsh streets on sus picion of being drug addlctK wprc dlschargsd withii promise of 90 days In jail If they are rcarrestcd Otis Bond Oarby and Thomas Towel 23 East Graham Ktrcet Xcgroes arrested by Patrolman Jef ferls at Market nnd Graham utrects for drunkenness aiv disorderly con duct wasfined and costs mob Charles Ebert BrookJiayeri VVH AKce IV S duughier ot Mr and Klchard of Elam Delaware county wua struck by an automobllo owned and driven ly Edwnra McDonald of Uonvlllc Chester iounly ut tlto rntranco of bhollpot 1nrk neur Sat urduy afternoon and died R few hours Inter as iho result of thn In juries In the Homeopathic Hosnllal Iimlnjrton rf McDonuia WOK arrested by Siato Pollccnniv VVorkmaii and furnlshocl ball of lloui when given a lienrlna before Magistrate Strndley ot Wll Hlngtoii A coronprM Inrnicst will l hHd tomorrow The ittle filrl was with her mother unl other meinbnrs of tlio familv spending tho nftcrnoon at the park They were leaving the park entrance when tho accident ocvjjrrod The of ncer who arrested Me Donald staled that he believed tho accident was unavoidable The Weymnn family form erly resideiits of Marcus Jtook and Ell known thero Mr and Mrs in bakers of Holly Oak ami former residents ot Marcus Hook are randpurents ofthe child 1 ho funeral will bc held from tho Home of the imrenls nt Elim on nfternoori nt a oclock and Interment will bo in Lawn Croft cemetery Struck by Truck Gross 110 South Juukaon street Media and Mrs Lena Levin South Rocklasul street Phila delphia were admitted to tho Chester Hospital early Saturday evening for treatment of lacerations of faces legs and chesti sustained In An unto mobile accident occurring on Provid ence Road ul JJlnkson Corner near t According to report filed with tlift local police depiirtnicnt the car opor by a atcd by dross was KUiaK Dy a concTrnan i OWmrI bi n Iocal uoncfin and gotting beyond the oc troi of tho driver crashed heid nenlnst tree Oniss and Mrs fe being hurlpit 10 Hie plnocd in the Oeogre Jackson 337 Union Avenue bx arthtnore and luken to the hospl ti i i ffor ircauinMU for heir none of serious natue they signed releases and were iier milled to go to their P An automobile benrinB n Delaware license traveling wesl on yeslfnlay ftwpoon avola colllBlon wjti nothcr vehklc turning from Concord uvcntie into Sfvcntli street struck and wrecked semaphore Injured at Media Two small children were hurt nt Hcma last night when machines in they were passengers crashteil l U fjoni und streets The wcrs Anna Goldman daughter 8freeT Goldman l001 traveling 111 vi HQul Crclgbton Grove drivers Cooper Bouth on oldnianj machine was y Tho children wore niul worc n tho Media Ilospltnl by Barr BCcond street Media CpUlmnn fflrl was treated for sovcro lacerations of thc head and Die l lacornllon enY The drivers refused to prefer any charge against each other Continued en Page Fifteen 11 DIE AT BEACH IN UNDERTOW Drown When Caught in Current Others Rescued BUFFALO X Y At least eleven persona were drowned ut the bulbing beaches nt Brant Beach Viirk near Brant ami near Furnhanvon Lake Erlo yesterday afternoon whch ii undertou the crowded beachci establlHlied today Orecnliind which started from iho IxiriKley who resigned when lie be gan serving a twoyear sentence prison for conspiracy to violate thc prohibition law Mrs Jvmglcy said she was extremely hippy over nc wonderful majority and tory AT COUNTY HOME United Slates Bomc weeks prob nhly will liavo to lie abandoned for i this Hcnsonlt WIM here to day Tho niotorsihooncr MorrisHcy in whlfli the expedition vas snllinr has been scriousl dlrablcd it Is re ported I MAY ABANDON EXPEDITION IOPWVII Pv 7T n viiiiiita enci1 jtrooicdavcn 1 A iP joncs KoLrth and jx I J I Ml IM i and Ioberl McMullcn Concordvlllc nrrestotl by patrolmen Talbot Pierce TDonaldson and IcffcrlH at Second and IJock streets for being down and out were discharged CRASH KILLS FIVE vor VICTIM OF TETANUS Walter Hallowsy Xegro died In fhc Chester Hospifnl ycslerday a vic tim ot tetanus The body Is it th privntp morgue of E F White Third and Xorrls street and no relatives of he mrii rin br located The victim was employed as a lab orer at tlif K and railroad camp inl tvrek Mistnincd a hcid In vheii whilp driving spikes ono thrm in the air when struck hlnv mul tslf i fTr injury wnp treated at tlie lime and was appar ently hraliiig until man IIIa few days la tor and he was removed to thc hospital KUKFALO X T Aug 0 1XS Five men were killed and four In jurod in weekend automobile acci dcntK here Thc Ohio State Limited liit a light sedan in which fivemen were riding at thc Harlem road death crossing near here and ter ribly mangled their bodies INJURED IN FIGHT Wasyl Kryka 103 Jeffrey street applied at thc Chester Hospital last night for treatment of severe lacera tions of the scalp and face and in ternal injuries examination showing probable frariurp of several ribs Tlio man Informed tho police that lie had been a participant in a fight but was unable to namo his assailant or narllcipants ESCAPED LEOPARD SEEN RED BAXIC X J Aug 9 United 1 spotted Indian leopard Mhich rscaped from the Zoo of Oliver Hoiton at Middletown Thursday afternoon was reported today to have inen sern early ihls morning by a I firmer living t Hoddens Corner two miles from Middletonn Tiir Kev Dr Francis M Taitt rcn I tor of thc Kt Pauls Protestant Fpls x lc church here was the speaker at thc religious service held yesterday afternoon at thn County Home nt Timi Thnmusic for the afternoon was furnished by the members of the MEXICAN PLOTTERS FREED SIRXICO C1TV Aug Srnorltn Dolores Timus Kixtcen year old typist and eight other Ihnrgfd witli plotting against IriK life of President Calles havebeen Tall Cedars and MIS held In front of lie miin biiilrl inc of the Homo n 3X Millfr irlrnl of th district of Ijrliwaro founly Sibbath Schon socialion was in charge of the srr EOCRLE REFUSES OFFERS CAPE GUIS XEZ U X fertrudc to day rejected Hirer offers toappear In English vaudevillehousci f owcit to America to appear there first Miss KderTc Kald Pop ICderle going to tonight to collect the betswhich lin made off Trutlyn nuccefsfiil swim escaped a fata before they won a tcrrlllc struggle to iiuilco sljore Many of tin vIctlniH never had a ehance an they were unahJe to swim the unexpected tldn them while they were frolicking In thu Heavy waves rulkd in by a high nortlnvest wind The known ilend Klnier Jlenry 111 Vyettc Henry 21 orothwn of KeninoreJoint Ine I Hilda Tlmmcrman 17 Howard her brother IS of rarnham Anna Lanifp 21 Silver Creek Cilenivi Bronsun 17 Gladys BronBOii her Hlster 15 of Brandt Ann ITartmitnn H Buffalo Heine Carstens 30 Farnliam and an START WORK ON Gas Company Will Erect Building at Highland Avenue An tSOOOO utoreroom and ottlcc building at the foot of Highland avenue wlllbo erected by tho Phll rulclplilu Suburban Electric geu unldenclflcd woman about L5 old years Carstens wont to TV heros death fought his way to shore the undertow swept in but rcallzlnK that many of the bathers were uri rible tojiwim he srallantly turned back totheir aid He mtidu two Irlpn to shore each lime brlngliiK In a Blrl bather Altlioush cxhausteil he at tempted a third rescue and lost his own life AUK Press deaths from drmvnlnjr oc curred near Dbston durlnj the week end The comprises five hoyn und four nien most of whom lost their lives while visiting SENATE PLANS TOSTAMP OUT SLUSH FUND USE have bariiif for tlie wtructuro bo 0fect and twfc stbrien hwJi Tlio neiv construction eliminateseveral wooden buildings ut this point which at present the labors tory erul officesand wash room Tlia buildingwill be complete with the latent apparatus for gns work and will htivn many new conveniences for he employed It will bo erected with the view ot sanitation for the health The cpritract was awarded to the United Gas Improvement contracting company ot Phlhidolplila The build ing expected to be completed within three months will bo entirely oC brlclc und llreinoof Tlio change tvasdue J I Shnttttck general of the pla nt Hiild to the Aug drive to give Congress wldr POWCIH of investigation and to enact n aiv limiting xetiitorial cam paign funrjH to JI5000 will bc under tahcn next December it was predicted hrc today nn a sequel to the Slush Fund oo mm I Inquiries Into the million dollar Illinois primary and th J3000000 IcnnisyKnnia campaign Entirely anldc from potential con to unseat Col Frink 1 Knillii of Illlnolt and Representative Wil liam S Varr of Philadelphia should tlicy be elected to tlio Senate In Xo nnd Insurgent leaders will insist upon legislative a to mamp out the uxc yf funds It WTH learned Inereasu In corsunipUon of gas In iho county neeessltntJng Inrger for distribution At tho sarne time Mr Shattuck an nounntH Iho vcatcrlesH gaa holder of 5000000cubic feel capuclly at Mar Khali road and Long Tan Upper Darby has practically reached com pletion The huge tank will facilitate tlie gat service for the growing MCCllon In Upper iiarby The lank will go Into operation tills week POLICE CALL HALT ON SUNDAY CARNIVAL WORK Alln ii the complaints ot i churchgoers and residents In the i ufnlty a detail ot police were ota j to Second and Peniiell I streets yesterday morning and called a Imlt o the erection of several amusement devices being placed on the street between Second and Third streets The carnival whirh is one that has boon operating In the city for scv oral wceUs occupies the entire city block much to the disgustof per sons living on Uoyd street within this block Iatc risers were awakened yester day morning by the staccato ihunips of mnllclR and and peering out tholr bedroom wlndowK noticed a croup of individuals busy placing booths In position and unloading heavily Inilcn vans The arrival of the police put the rofl pedal on the unwelcome Sunday morning noise The work was re sumed this OFROADHOUSE BADLY BEATEN i Chester Resident Black jacked After Green Melee Village Fowri Bleeding Victim Along Roadside County Motorist A freeforall fight participated in ly patrons of the Seven Stars hotrt at Village Green took place midnight and diirtnsr themelee one of the women members orthe party got In tho way of thc fighters rendered uncon struck blows and scions H was about 1145 oclock when the eroup consisting of several men and vomn one of the latter ac comiwnlcd by her infant child rBcd trom the rear entrance of Jiolol and walked toward their it iMjW011 Jm at lhc Kockdaln road side of the hotel Ono of the men had a danVi stnKcd nn impromptu Without bcrs of the group seemed to lake in the melee When dlaco vcV mude that one of the suffered injurteis and scions on tho floor of the snc was transferred to another vehicle and With her child taken away 1 rouble among thc Ven was re sumed and when the car pulleV away from tha hotel llie occupants were cursing and There was considerable disorder at Iho hotel from JO oclock untij Continued on Page Fourteen PARGE POST BUILDING IS HEARING COMPLETION The new post bulld ntr which haa been erected during tho punt few weeks on the rear of lhc present building at Vlfth and AVclsli streets IH bclni com pleted and madoreaclsfor use Ac cording to J K locnl master the new additionwill greatly facilitate the handling the Inff parcel pout bUslncstj Thc addition iff ohesttiry and built according to H Is thirty feet lnviaUVBnd thSrty Hlv feet In length Thefront of building has doors anrt us manytrucks canIpad ani unloail parcel pout same time The atrect back te the idenfrf The neu bulldlijr cViMpted to H7 f put into latter vpartiof WILL SPEAK AT KIWANIS Cljnrlps IT Smilii6f the Unitefl Chamber of xvlU oe ho speaker jit tlie noonday lunch eon meeting of it he VW C A building Wednesday Mr Smith will discuss the subject What the business men are d to help solve the farmproblem BANDITS KIDNAP BANK HEAD DETROIT Aug J X S PHO bandits today kidnaped the manager ot a branch of tTio Penin sular Ltiite Bank while he wason its way to work forcedhim to open olh tho Institution and the vaiilt ami escaped with 57000 Topics of Times JV rl vt 1 FUtl V f KllCCCHSiUl released from custody for Jack of cvlJ It understood thit he von some vice Close to fifty persons from Chea ter attended thc service School Teachers Wedding Secret Leaks Out ATTEMPT TO MURDER I ROSE TREE RACES PANGALOS THWARTED OCTOBER 20 AND 23 August 10th to Another News Service For Times Tlic Chester Times today in augurates another worMwldo source of current news reports with thn International Xews Ser vice over a specially leased wire This with the United Prers Ser vice gives Times readers an unexcelled opportunity for reading what Is going on In Pennsylvania thc United StatcF and the world at large a short time after the news has dneopcd The double service of two cn ttrrly separate newsgathering or ganizations is the further fulfill ment of the Times policy to give its readers the best available I Tn Park and George A Hunter Kast Fourteenth street Chester at St James Episcopal church In At lantlc City on luno 27 first became known at a bridge party and shower Clvcn to Miss lloreneo Derbyshire at thc residence of Mrs Kliiabetb Tvrs 404 Kast nidley avenue tint Saturday Mrs Ivcs mother of thp bridf made the announcement Saturday just one week after she learned of the wedding Thc elopement was first suspected when tho bridf mido frequent weekend visits tn Atlantic i City where fiance was atayinf City on iffto taVc a trip to Xew York witliMr Hunter who was cele brating his twentyfirst birthday While talking together the subject of the elopment ot several of her frlcndn was brought up and thr young couple decided to postpone the Xew York trip andbe married They siifceedetl in keeping their wedding a secret for a little over a month Mr and Hunter will livewith the brides mother Ivcs at Rid ley Park for a short time and will locate In Situ Hill Chester Mr Huptcr js connected with the Otis Company in Mrs Ivea went fo Atlantic City on Saturday July 31 and disc covered the notice of tholr marriago in the court houso records According to the brides statement one of the public hchools of this y She expects to continue teach ing Mrs Hunter Is also twentyone ATHEXF Aug attempt to PrcmtoiTherxJorus Pan galoM as he was lunching Katurdnv In a liotel at SpetMa wan foiled by other guests it VIH learned ycstcr fjjy A mercliHiit of Xilohastra njmcd Antonopoullx wns seined IK lio rmshCl a pistol before the Premier and before h cotilI lire It Anionopoiills who Is wold to bc of unsound mind acted on his own inl tintivo In ibr attack the authorities believe Ncvercthelcsw they hav Instituted an inquiry to discover his motive i Thc National Steeple Chase iril Hunt Assoclntlon lias announced O tobor 20ami 23 the for thp annual races at the Rose Tree fall meeting The following persons com pose the committee who will maka arrangement for the races Walter M IcffordH AVilliam duPont 2nd Walter I Jthodcs GeorKc Brooke trd J r Leipcr Jr and James A Emmons MYSTERIOUSLY SHOT Kdward Green C1U West Second street received treatment u the Chester Hospital laat niRht for a bul Ift wound in his left foot The man said he wns standing nt Front anO Rcaney streets nnd following the report of a revolver felt somrthlm strike his foot and discovered he hail been shot Atlantlc Citys best moderate Hotels Elberon neir ing BARKING DOG SCARES BURGLAR FROM HOME An attempt to burglarize residences at 1016 and 1018 Kerlin street at oclork this mornlnjr was frustrated by the tvirklnff of a dor which aroused the family occupying 101S Kcrlln Mroet and causing tlio in flee Patrolmen Owens antl Oonnldron made an investigation aiid found tliRt a screen had been torn from rrnr windows but that nothing been disturbed In either dwell taxi rtrlvcra are tiring of machines and want buckin bronchos Why dont they use secondhand flivvers In their business Four Chester youths arcdome from trip and we lct it parents asked them to RO to tK5 corner grocery they would think tuo tar because Trudy swum ihe Unfflish ehatincl Its nu reason to be lltvc that other American tourists will take this method to save steam shin fare thinks Mike Maginnis Listed In court news aPhiladel phia contemporary points United States vs 169 barrelsof alcohol bounds IIVjC a strong case those who dont bclievp protcciins wild life in tlio cpunty are prohibition ascnts ltd Xothnagle sayn that thc pres ent nickel cigars avc Ko strong that the only way you can set one to go out Is lo throw It out An nishth Ward wife asked lior hubby to bring something homo to commemorate their first year of married life He brought home a set boxing slovcs Whoever said that absence made thc heart prow fonder must liavc been thinkingof near beer Thc average appointed political office holder will asrco thit keeping a soft snap Is a hard Job Some poor irives arc so innocent that they believe their husbands when ho says he cats cloves because lie likes cm A pood bookkeeper should bc o balance his books providing he doesnt attempt to jugslo them The Weather Eastern Pennsylvania Fair to nijht ineraasing ctoudincti with alowly riling temperalurs to moderate north shifting to east winds TODAYS CALENDAR Sun rises 605 m Sets SOG p in High water 304 a vn nnd SVo p m Low water 1037 a m and luJi p irv Hourly Record Midnlpht 7 ni TS I m a 3 a m a m 5 n m ni R a 7 a m 7 9 a m 73 10 a m 71 11 n ni 74 Xoon t p m 7fi 2 p m r   

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