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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 9, 1926, Chester, Pennsylvania                                DAILYAVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SEPTEMBER 18978 51ST 15548 NEGRO FREED OF THEFT CHARGE PROVED ALIBI Spencc Locke Despite Strong Evidence Is Set at Liberty Man Who Robbed Theatre Managers Auto Is Given Jail Term With All Best News of the Day Dally Leased Wire Hearts of United Press fJP and the International News Service CHESTER OCTOBER 9 1926 TWENTYFOUU PAGES Spence Locke Negro of Chester was acquitted of the charge of having broken into two carts ot the Pennsyl vania Railroad Company at tho Tilghman street station one on August 4 and the other on August 33 in Court Room No 2 before Judge Brpomall yesterday afternoon It had been testified that a hat which was identified by witnesses yesterday was found in one of the cars that robbed und that a knife iden tified as the property of Locke was lound in tho other car Waller Dll worlh an officer of the company also testified that he saw Locke running away from the car which was robbed on August 13 Locke denied he had robbed the cars and denied that the knife and hat were his Elgin K Weest attor ney for Locke placed John Hill at present a prisoner in Media jail on tho stand and Hill Identified the hat found m the car as his property The case was presented to the jury by Assistant District Attorney William J MacCarter Pleads Case Jailed Edward McCoy a Negro who pleaded his own case in no poor man ner was found guilty of having stolen a traveling bag from an auto mobile owned by Ilcmer A Lord manager of theStanley Theatre on August 16 of this year while the car was parked along Market street this The bag contained several articles of Jewelery and these wero offered TEX RKKARD SECRETLY WED TO MISS HODGES WHITE SULPHURSPRINGS w a Oct Rickard promoter ot the DempseyTunney ght and other famous battles and ils bride formerly Miss MaNine lodges of New York were in seclu ion here today They were quietly married at ewisburg West Virginia near hero ast Thursday it was learned today ind came to WhiteSulphur Springs o spend their honeymoon The couplo were married by tlic Rev Ijeroy Courtney In the par ionage ol the old stone church at ewisburg Thursday afternoon They vere unaccompaniedwhen they nr Ived by motor ah the church The castors wife and a friend were ailed In as witnesses ot thecerc Continued on Page Two MERCURY TUMBLES CLOSEJO THIRTIES The coldest day so far this fall it was real nippy air pedestrian faced on their way to places of em ployment this morning and the gen pral atmosphere was a general re minder to the man of the house to begin anattack on the coal pile that is those who are fortunate to navehad their supply put in for the winter While there was no report of frost even in tho lowlands as was the case yesterday morning a stiff wind from the north sent the mercury down until at 6 oclock this morning 40 degrees were as against degrees at the same hour yes terday morning Suburbanites re ported lower temperature Tho temperature yesterday aver aged about 6 degrees below the nor mal temperature and ivas about 40 degrees lower than the record high mark registered October 4 when 86 degrees was the official record for that drop of approximately degrees In 5 days Including this dates temperature Housewives who arex lovers of roses dahlias and other such plants werebusily engaged this morning transferring roots and trimming and also with bedding down rose bushes for the winter while farmers are at work getting in produce that Is sub ject to destructionby frost The weather man forecasts con tinued cold for today with fair and rising temperature for tomorrow COURT REVOKES DI MARTINI BAIL NEW YORK Oct DI Mar tini private detective hired by Mrs Frances Stevens Hall immediatelv after her husband tho Rev Edward Wheeler Hall and Mrs Eleanor H Mills wero found murdered at New Brunswick N J was remanded to jail In Brooklyn yester day to be held without bail unti Monday when Supreme Court Jus tlco Durban will decide whether he shall bo turned over to the State o Jersey to answer to a charge o aiding in hushing up the murders It was reported last night however that Di Martini might surrender to tho New Jersey authorities tomorrow provided the court consented This course is said to have been suprgestet by DI Martinis counsel Senator Simpson special prosecutor for Nev Jersey agreeing Inspector Underwood In charge o Special Prosecutor Simpsons ex nmination of witnesses in the Investi gation of the 4yearold murders an nounced tonight that the prosecution had evidence to prove that Di Mar tini was still in tho employ of Mrsx Hall through her defense counsel and that on nest Thursday his in dictment as an accessory after the murders and as an obstructor of justice would be asked In fcomer vlllc CORONERS JURY 2 DRIVERS ALICE RETURNS Witnesses Tell of Killing Two Boys Negro Charged With Murder JURY DEBATES DAUGHERTY CASE Fails to Reach Verdict Dur ing Night On Guilt in U S Fraud Charge NEW YORK Oct fate of Harry Daugherty once attorney general of tho United States and ol Tjiomas W Miller former cus loclian of alien property was in the hands of a jury early today The jury will resume deliberat ing at loSO a m It failed to reach a verdict In two hours consideration of tho cast last night and was taken lo a hotel where each Juror was locked in a separate room Daugherty and Miller arc charged with conspiracy to deprive the government of their unbiased ser vices while in office It was charged they shared a bribe from the favored interests In the awardto Swiss claimantsof the assetsof tho American Metals Company which wero impounded by thisgovernment as alien property during the war Apparently the jurjwas hopeful oC reaching a verdict early when it began consideration of the case for It was excused at 11 p m to go to bed The Jurors however remained in Die Jury room until within five minutes of the time tho building was locked before consenting to sep arate for the night The case Mas given the jury nt 94a oclock last night after Federal Judge Julian XV Mack spent nearly two hours In readine his Instructions on the law nnd tho evidence Hc told the Jurymenthey could return any one or two oC six verdicts Tlicao were acquittal or conviction of both defendants or acquittal or conviction of them separately Judge Mack empliasizeci that defendant should suffer be to tike the tvit ncss standintholrownidefehse and that the very conditions of a con spiracycase made the study of cir cumstantial evidence essential He told the Jurorsto determine particularly whether the finding of bonds paidby the claimants of the asecjfi for engineeringthe award in the legal possession of the defendants was a coincidence During the trial the government had attempted to prove that Daugh erty and Miller received partoC a fee paid inbonds to the late John T Republican Na tional corhmitteeman for help and speed in rushing theclaim through the offices of tljo Attorney General and the alien property custodian AVhlle the Jury deliberated last night the defendants stayed close at hand Mrs Miller who attended the 23day trial sessions regularly could not stand the strain arid was riot present When the jury was taken to an uptown hotel all the attorneys and Daugherty and illller left the building announcingthey would re turn this morning Two motorists William Adelman 2jOS South Ninth street Philadel phja and Alfred A Howltz 111 West Mowry street Parkslde drivers of automobiles which fatally Injured two school boys in different sections of this city last Monday afternoon were exonerated from blame by the coroners jury at the inquests into the deaths last night and released from S 1000 ball under which they were held since the time of the acci dentt Adelmat was the driver ot the truck that ran over and killed ThomasHI Berry soli ot Magistrate and Mrs Thomas C Kerry at Eighth street and Edgmont avenue Monday last With a companion W Wallace 105 Welsh street young Berry was riding a bicycle re turning home from school Wallace and other witnesses testi fied that the boys were in tho rear of a truck traveling south on Kdg inout avenue between Seventh and Eighth streets and t raffle was hcitvy at that time The truck they were following was compelled 10 slow down and young Wallace who was steering tho bicycle swerved to his left to the truck but collided with Adolnmns truck hitting it in the rear of tho left from fender The impact threw both boys to the street Several eyewitnesses absolved Al fred AHowitii from blame in the death of Joseph Caddaskl who wit nesses said ran from the sidewalk near his home in the patb of a ma chine driven by Howiiz last Mon day 3 M McConcchy who was a passenger in Howitns iar said that the driver did everything In his power to avert the accident A third accidental death verdict was returned in the death of Wil liam W Cumznlngs who was crushed a car he wan driving rolled over an embankment in Chester Park on Sunday September 25 There were no witnesses who actu ally saw the car leave tho driveway and those who were called to the stand could only relate what they thought caused the upset In returning their verdict the jury recommended that he authorities erect a guard rail at this point to prevent a recurrence of the tragedy Theturn in the driveway where young Cummlngs lost his life is on the hillleading down to tlio bridge over Ridley creek and on the east side there Is a deep ravine that is dreaded by motorists With Murder James Ray Negro was held with out bail by Coroner Frankenfield for the December charged witlivthe killing of Harry Turner Negro ot SOU Mary street Turner was Kliot at theMary street address last Sunday and died the following day In the Chester Hospital Captain Ciirrlmlngs testlnefl that Ray con fessed to the shooting when he was few minutes atter another occupant of the SlaryBtnset h6ilse notified police of the gunplayThe fatal shooting was the result of an argument over a half pint of whisky Captain Robinson said Leaving Rhlnelander in Europe a mucii mere worldly Alice returned to America She refused to discuss her aristocratic mate She is shown here with her colored niece after landing in New York just WILMINGTON MAN KILLED ON PIKE ENFORCED CHAPEL AT SWARTHMORE IS ENDED LEIPERV1LLE MAN IS RUN DOWN BY AUTO SHARPLESS CO SUES FOR 126000 DAMAGES The P E Sharpless Co of Cbn rordville through their attorneys en tered ruit at Media this morning against tho Pennsylvania Railroad to recover damages estimated at 426 The suit Is brought against the railway by the creamery oper ators contend that sparks from a passing locomotive were the cause of a fire at the plant on January S last when six buildings were burned to the ground and merchandise valued at over was destroyed MAN HURT BY AUTO John Ragdale of Edwards street was treated at the Chester Hospital last night for brush burns of the arms hands and legs Injuries suffered when he was struck by an automobile operated by John Sped den of 395 East Fourth street at Leipervllle Spedden took the man to the hospital and then reportei the accident to the police COOGAN BOBS HIS BOB LOS ANGKLES Oct 9 Coogan has a regular hoy And the actual cutting ot hi bohlied hair is the feature scene ot a picture Jackie i just completing ameras wero trained on Jackie from every angle and more tiian 300 feet film was used John Wassnick ofHolland street Leiperville is in theXartor Hospital Ridley Park suffering from possible fracture of the skull sustained when he was struck by an automobile driven by Charles Dyer 530 East Eleventh streetChester according to officials of the Taylor Hospital According to the driver of the car Wassnick stepped1 from the curb di rectly in the path of his machine as he was emerging from beiieath the Crum bridge of the Pcnnsvl vania Railroad on the Ridley town ship side Wassnick was rushed to the hospital by Dyer who was after ward taken in custody by Officer James Dpugtierty of Ridley town ship and vas held under 500 ball by Magistrate W C Hendersonof Fairview road pending the outcome of Wassnlcks condition Wassnick is suffering from pos sible fracture of the skull contu sions to the shoulder and heavy bruises throughout the body His condition was pronounced good this morning by Dr David Dalton 120 MEN ENTOMBED IN AFRICAN COLLIERY CAPETOWN S AFRICA Oct Four white irsen and 11C na tives have been entombed by a gas explosion In the Durban Navigation Colliery All are believed dead The explosion completely destroyed the shaft and gas has pievented res cue work so far Compulsory daily chapel attend mice has been abolishedat Swarth moro College by the united action of the faculty and Student Govern ment Association Only two collections as chapel ser vices are called are now held each week in place ot the former dally gathering in Parrlsh Hall Tho new Plan of elective attendance went into operation Monday Friends religious meetings are conducted three days a week Mon dny Wednesday and Friday and every one including residents of Swarthmore is welcomed The decision to abolish compul sory chapel attendance followed a series of conferences and was in ac cord with objection to compulsion in mattersof religion which is felt in a number ot colleges The two collections which are still held forsturtents lake place on Tues Thursdays They include addresses and musical programs All wfudents are required lo be at these meetings Truck and Pole at Ridley Park CITY REALTY MEN Former Using Local Firms WIN SILVER CUP Checks Dupes Merchants Reward for Attendance at Wilkesbarrc County Man Gets Prize W1LKESBAUR13 Pa Oct Chester Heal Ksinto Board wuu awarded a silver cup for having ihe largest percentage of active mem bers attending tho convention of thu Pennsylvania Association of lieu I Kstute Hoards held here A member of Iho Delaware County Reul Kstato Hoard won tho prize for the best llvemlnuta talk on Tho Homo Town llo was Arthur a director tho county James O Lewis a membnr Chester Heal listato Board Courts Philadelphia Girl and Vanishes With Jewelry He Bought For Checks by Clever Trail From Atlantic City to Chicago beard ot tho won thirdprize in the Homo TuwYv1 speech contest C Kdwnrd Keck of Pittsburgh was elected president oC the Slate Association U L King of Lebanon W Edwin iJlair ot Philadelphia H Donald XKUKensington Lymnn Kratz of Norristown and Dalo Learn ot Stroudsburg were elected vice presidents ot tho association Daniel K Lucas of chosen seerciary and II A OgJesby of Carlisle treasurer William Hay of Philadelphia vas roclccted Jiiorb expected cNccitlivOsecretary i According to Mlaa Ida Steinberg C C Illeatl of Louisville Ky rKTk in tho Mullman store a well liresidontclect ot National Real stranger walked into tho A tall handsome stranger walked Into Mailmans haberdashery store ut Sevuntli Ktroet and Edjfwont avenue two weeks ago tried on a shirt in a back room toro a large number of blank checks from a ehcokbook lying in 11 desk drawer and IUE since left n woman in Philadelphia walling to married and a trail oC forged checks from Atlantic City to Chicago Ho signs himself H Mailman Tho original B Mailman a member of tho H Im has been living In New Vork Iho past four months Xearly every timo mail cornea to Chester another check arrives signed by Iho forger and one oC the genuine Mnllnuois turns Iho check imme diately over lo tho Merchants Trust Company where a collection of them Is being made They now total from the running board of a motor truck heavily loaded Bra pep Alncent Focaracci 27 years old of DOU Hodman street Wl hn I ng ton was killed almost Instantly late yesterday afternoon when ho was crushed between the side of the truck and a telephone pole on Chester pike directly in front oC Taylor Hos pital at Pldley Park Focaracci was carried into the hospital where he died a fevminutes later Tho body was taken in charge by Deputy Cor oner H B Grifllth of Norwood where tho inquest will tnko place Monday evening The accident happened about 5 o clock yesterday afternoon as the truck driven by Joseph Bright an Italian of Wilmington was enroute to the Delaware metropolis From what tho police could learn Kocaraccl who wus acting as a helper on the truck was standing on the running board with his right hand on tho windshield and his left hand on the cab of the truck He had turned to look backward and the truck was be ing driven close to Iho curb Ho wus crushed todeath between the Side of telephone pole upon the pave the truck and the His body was lying in en t in front of the hospital The driver of the truck told police that ho had warned the helper against riding on the runningboard Just after giving tho warning he turned to look back and saw that Focaracci was not on the machine Believingtho man had fatten off lie applied tho brakes and stopped thu truck within 20 feet of the spot where the accident occurred Chief of police Raymond Sakers of Ridley Park took tho driver into custody but was able to learn 11 1 tlo from him the victim 01 the accident as he was not tho regular helper but i friend of the owner of the machine a man named Benjamin DeascanlH of Wilmington Bright was held under ball after u hearing before Magistrate William T Ward of Ridley Park The helpers death is believed to have been due to internal injuries late Association addressed the con vention at the dinner which con cluded the threeday meeting In the afternoon session the con vention recorded Its conviction in a resolution that tho fourmill tax on mortgages imposed for county pur poses upon mortgages of Pennsyl vania realty resident in the Com monwealth is an unjust uneconomic and Ineciuitiible form of taxation MAN SHOOTS WIFE THENKILLS HIMSELF Waylaying his wife from whom he had been estranged for five months along a darkened section of Linden street near Franklin Wilmington Del last night Frank Kloss 30 years old ot that city nhot her through the stomach and then crossing to the opposite side ot the street died a suicide by shooting himself through the head The woman Mrs Marlhn Kloss 27 years old Is in a serious condi tion at the Physicians and Surgeons Hospital though It Is thought that unless complications set In she will recover The bullet which passed through her stomach on the left side lodged In her back and was removed by doclors at the hospital several hours after she was admitted Kloss was still alivo when picked up frbmtho sidewalk butdied In the police ambulance while on the way to StFrancis Hospital Tho body WAH then removed to the morgue establishment on Friday night Sep tember 24 anl askod to buy it Ho then wanted to try It on showed hlni a sniull room In tho rour Of tho store where therewas a desk containing the Mailmiin checks The stranger tried on the shirt and then stole tho With aid of them he has broken womans heart in Philadelphia und swindled a largo number of merchants from Atlantic Clly to Chicago Max Mailman stated that on tho Wednesday night following tho strangers entrance in Iho store ho received a telephone call from a woman In Philadelphia May 1 Kpeak to B Mailman please Wero to bo married at 4 and ho linsnt showed up Ho left mo an hour ago with Jewelry lie bought me and went IE he Max Mailman laugher Stop kidding ho aOmonishod cnmo tragically from the other end of the wire We got tho marriage license out this morn Ing1 and woro to bo married at sho Kuld Is ho Mr Mailman biuitorlngly replied Benjamin Mailman Is In Xow York the jMist four months for his health You have the wrong party Tho woman had stated her admirer mot lierIn Atlantic City that week In a whirlwind courtship In which hobought her u 1200 ring and other wise lavished money on her Sho Hiild ho used tho uamo of Bernard ami that tho checkii hud printed on them the ruUliPMS C25 Kdgmout uvenuc Hho left her ad divss with Air Mailman Tho next day n teller at thoMer olmnlK Trust Company called Max Mailman by phone stating that a check had come In from a Jewelry store in Philadelphia to tho amount of Thereupon tho merchant Immediately slopped payment on all checks Having been given Iho womans ad dress the merchant went lo Phila delphia with Mrs Mailman and u friend Jlonjamln Miltsrlm and dis covered from the youngwoman that the fuctfi she had stated on the phone iho dny before wcro true She Bald that Iho spurious JJ Mailman had made chccUs out nt tho RltzCarl ton and u clothing storo in Atlantic City am In various Jewelry Htores In both tho shore resort and Phila delphia Yesterday telegrams arrived from Chicago asking the Identity of p Mailman Tint B Mailman as han not been recognized Detcctlvos working on the case YANKS CONFIDENT OF BEATING THE CARDINM5TODAY New York American League Team Ready for Deciding Game Tickets All Sold for Classic Assuring New Attend ance Record SEEK RETURN OF REVGW Members of Eddystone M Church Ask Bishop Berry to Return Pastor NEW BRIDGE OPENTIJESDAY Governor Printz Span Shoemakerville H ill Given Final Inspection MR RAMSEY ADDRESSES MASONS IN WILMINGTON The need forxvnew JfaHonlp Tem ple In Wilmington wan stressed by Will lainTTtarriHcy of CheUcr prin cipal speaker at the weekly luncheon meetingof the New Tcmplo Club yes terday in Wilmington Dr Arthur Patterson president of tho club presided Little chalrmanoC thedayIntroduced tho speaker The speaker told of the new temple recently built in Chester and the benefit it has been to tho la furthering the aims of the organization A number of members of tho Ed dystono Methodist Episcopal church are m akin 3 a atrcnuovm efiprt to have Rev Oeorgo Shires last transferred JPhlladel yihlu church ieturned0lb pas Shires i had been pastor of tho Eddystone church for the last three years Bishop head oftho con recently InformedMr Shires that lie was to erred tothe Methodist Episcopal Front street und Al CHESTER HOSPITAL BULLETIN Patients admitted to the Chester Hospital yesterday and this morning were John Roznaivyierlska 317 Engle street Albert Guyer 1014 Up land street Nellie James and Kv elyn JenningF 33 Main street Up land Mrs Anna Porter Llnwood Mrs Helen Hovell Providence road Gertrude Carter 217 Edwards street Gerald Funk 114ft Mcllvnlne street Mr Magdalene Garvey soi West Third street Helen Ratkale COI North street Lena Pierce Snarthmore and Frrmk Daniels Madison street vt i were Mrs Mary J s haliciit GerVihart 200S West Stvmli street SPY CHARGE LODGED AGAINST AMERICAN SHANGHAI Oct Josef W Hall teacher and newspaperman is a prisoner in Sun ChuanFangs headquarters in Nanking where charges of spying have been filed against him Hall who is a lecturer at the Uni versity of Washington Seattle was obtaining material for a magazine article when ho captured in Suchow midway between Shanghai and Xanking He vas charged with being a spy In the omploy of the Cantonese Hall earned American passports REPORT EXKAISER MAY RETURN TO GERMANY BBPUN Oct D Berliner Togeblatt dispatch from the Hague today stated that a rumor persists there that the former Kaiser plans to return lo Germany to live because he TWO ARRESTED IN LENNI LIQUOR RAIDS Two liquor raids were made at Lennl yesterday afternoon by State and county police who made two ar rests nnd confiscated a small quan tity of alleged llciuor The raiders found pints of llfdior at the Mountain House and Harry p Hughes who police say is the proprietor was arrested In an other establishment across the street from tho former hotel the police wore more fortunate and confiscated T pints ofallegecl liquor and arrested Horace Brown who is the proprietor police assert Both men were held In 31030 ball for court when given a bearing be fore Magistrate A C Mathue of Media The raids were conductor on orders from District William Tay lor and those in the rtiidlng squad were Detectives Smith MacXeaJ Moll Deputy Sheriff Redding Cor poral Hans and Trooper Green H EASTMAN HEAD OF POWDER COMPANY DIES WILMINGTON Del Oct II Eastman o4 treasurer of the Her cules Powder Company died yester day from complications which arose from swallowing a chicken bone on Wednesday Although specialists failed to dis cover the bone abrasions wero found These caused Inflammation which re sulted in his death 11 OF TUG CREW DROWN AS LINER CRASHES IT Providence church at legheny avenue Mr EJhiros preached his flrst Burinon in the Philadelphia church lust Sunday The pulpit 1n the Eddystonc church was occupied last Sunday by Hcv Willlam May formerly ot Philadel phia i Tho transfer of Mr Shires In mid year Came an distinct shock and surprise to many members of the Ed dystone church V number of them went to visit Blshpiv Berry this week to retjucst tlutt Mr Slilres bo re turned to lOddystOnc The delcijo tlon did not see Bishop BeriT but mtdo attain nrraiiKemcjits tonight when U visit him another effort will be made to have the bishop send Mr Shlrejj back here HAVRE France Oct lOleven members of the crew of the lug LVsus were killed early today when the tug was rammed and sunk j by the French liner Paris whilethe latter was maneuvering to enter tho dock here The tutr which carried a crew of fifteen was cut completely In two Other harbor craft rushed to the rescue Immediately and man aged to save live ot the lugs crew who found nlruggllug in the ilarkened waters of the harbor One ot these tho cabinboy who was 2 B 0 WORKMEN HURT IN FALL FROM HANDCAR Two men are in the Chester Hos pital Buffering from injuries sus tained this morning when they fell from a handcar of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad at Holmes iw kuu u v4a i While going to on the hand found clinging to smokestack of carthe lever that is used to supply I the wrecked tug died a few hours lllc power for the car hit Edward n win nsvrt later I Martin Negro of the B RAPS PINCHOT FOR and O camp at Fcltonvllle and Iul1 miinnn n knocked him from the ear While THRFF RAfF IHMVFRS famntrom I1ic Car llmbLi LmiVCJVJ lino Semlnl C of CI3 Second UI1DT III VADV CD1II Hnd ho fell from the car also HUnl IH lUAn Jl lLLiThc car wa a fast nao Tho Governor Prlnbs brldgo over nidley river at the foot of Shoo Hill lav public rid travel next Tuesday u nl c R s kdhi et li IVi K un t ors e o n ih o ill d occur to prevenii s rlThO Jury of Norman Poter J Nolan Hemtrl tlils morniriir ihade n final Inspection oC tho concrete span and announcedthatthey wouldvote ap proval1of Us acceptance with the recommendation that tho county commlsslonera exactof the bulldera the TurnerCompany a bond amount to be fixed by the court ami that a certainportion ofthotpn triictprlco bo withheld for the iiundto be for a term of two yctirti The inrpcclorH accompanied by CoinmlfislonerH H IJirney Jr Jamca M Ifamlllbn and Thomas Kecltiy with other officials visited the bridge this morning and after acareful Inspection announced that to all appearances tlio wUlsfuctory and tlicy were ready to voto approvalbC ltn acceptnnce wlth Hie proviso regards the bond and Withholding ot a certain part of the contract price tin stated Thin latter action the inspectors slated was to wafcguard the county HhouJd any dcfectK bo noted within the period specified Tho inspectors also arranged for Iho conducting of a physical test ot the bridge next TueKdiiy The State Highway Department force of road worlniicn will finishthe paving ot the Media approach to the span some tlmu today but no travel over tho concrete will bepermitted before Tuesday This statement ivas mude today by John Crosjsley foreman in charge By HENRY L FARRELL N E W Y O R K Oct 9 r Within distance of worlds championship the New York Yankees returned to their home Held today conndentbt beating the fct Louis Cardinals In tho sixth anjl final gamo the ivorld series at Iho Yankee Stadium this afternoon Tho Yankees with a margin ot thrco vlcloijlcsto nvo figured thatt they wero tho assured champions However tho veteran Yanks had to reckon with a veteran Orovcr Cleve land Alexander grand old nirin of Cardinal pitching force Clear and cool weatlicr prcvo led hero this morning with fair weatlier promised for this afternoon Tho sun dispelled tho bleakness as It clmsed tho clouds and shone througha haze promising a bright afternoon for tho game Tlio firstman in line for a seat in tho bleachers was Kdward McCor mack ot Brooklyn who took his place by the gate at 11 n m lyst night The fifth man was Dr Sam Avho camo alltho way from Fort Ed territory Canada a fur trading post of only thirtyfive population to see the series He rooting for tho Yankees On the long train ride from St Louts to New York yesterday Miller JJutjSlns Vmajiager of tlio said ho was not certain vhich pitcher ho would uso today His choice lay bciyrecn XJrban Shocker Bob Shaw key SPutchUeuther Rogers tho young man the St Louis club said that lip hadnil the conndence in tlio world T1 AlfWndcrs ability to wln Kamp Tljc Cardinal players ailmlttcd that no advantag would bo all against tlieniJln the stadium where they hase had chances to play Vlien tho two teams arrived in New York tho demonstration was slight A crowdat the station cheered r city generally accepted thV tivp champion ball very llttlo tervpr Naw Yorlohad wel comed jertrudeKderle Mille Gudo J Comon channel swImmerH and Gene Tunneji heavy ivelRht champion with EO much fervor that the fervor dl dlftdput figured lliat Hugglns giunblliig everything for tHd ona game today aKat would win r would Hlart fthawkey and If hu faHed throw In Heuther the time having WNltdaloyt readyto New series attendance receipts ficordtt were assured TheYankees offlce announced last night that tho biK stadium had been sold out for tpday Moro limn 300000 HpectatoM will have paid nearly seo tho series by tonight ARRESTED HERE ON SERIOUS CHARGE Charles Granniurrlo 23 years old ot 720 TnskeV street Philadelphia motor truck cliaufteur by occupation wasarrested by V James Meli state detective ihithis city last night on a federal warrant hearing at tho Cltj foro Berry Hall Gratunurrlo given custody of ivraglnnis a deputy United Stales Marshal and was taken to Philadelphia for formal hearing fore IT n Manley U S Commls KlonerVThe prisoner Is charged with transporting a minor girl from New r Jersey to Pennsylvania for immoral purposes r Topics of Times f of speed and both suffered stvcre in YORK Pa Oct race drivers today vcre Rufferlng In juries received when six horses piled up on the fair grounda tracks here jcHlerday Titus L Kaltrcldcr of Red Lion Driver Horton for the Otto Peneloft Ktables Brooklyn nnd E J McGrath of York were the injured men Horton nnd KiHrcider reported In serious conditions at a locai pltal McOrath vas only slightly Injured The horse driven by McOrath fell on the track nnI the othcr five horscs piled up Several of tho animals were Injured Only one entry tho one In the lead ot the time t the collision finished the race juries They vore taken to the Chester BUSMONOPOLY WAIL Members of tho Public Service and Princess Hermine arc unable to stand the Doom Climate It Is reported says the dispatch that Wilhflm already has sounded the Dutch government the Court of St James and the Qua Dorsiy as the attitude tlie Dutch British and French governments could take to wards such a move High Students Showered With Paint School Also Daubed James ris Conproleum avenue Mrs Anna McDolc Brook lyn New York Herbert Cubbage 121P West Second street and Louis Straccisml 1210 Crosby street MOB LYNCHES NEGRO CHARGEDJfTTH MURDER DOVER Tern flN S Herbert Bell Negro was taken from the county Jail here shortly after midnight by a mob oC seventyfive men carried Into the woods three miles from here hanged to a tree end his body riddled with bullet Bell was held on a chnrge of mur der following the kiilirrg of Rufus K Toyner farmer of Clarksvlllo Tenn several days ago Yesterday In court at Clarksville Sheriff Ellis was forced to draw his pistol to pro tect the Negro and his wife from Twelve collegiate Jlghtcolorcd suits adorn the walls of a Media tailoring establishment today and the owners who wereinside them last night arc looking for a group of youths hurled a pot of Mack paint Into the crowd all Media high school stu dents who were standing on the cor ner ot Monroe and State streets dis cussing the probable outcome of the MediaRidley Park high annual grid game which will he played at Ridley Park this aflernoon This joke was the last act of a number of enthuslasllc supporters of the Illdlcy Pirk School team Invaded Media last In the darkness ot the night painted large letters P p on the the main initrancc lo school and paint over the windows of the bulld Inpr court room found police of both boroughs made a vain ftarcli for an auto load of youngsters who were suspected of the prank Kcliool arc reluc tant to believe that It wax done by the Ktudcnt body but the pike Fchool officials are willing to pay damage done the Media nchool rroD erty U was shortly after oclock last night when John Burrows left tnrkle ot the Media grid squad was telling a group ot friends about Rome trick plays the team was going to pull on their opponents this after noon During the height ot tho con Hospital where they were admitted as surgical patients Seminl Is suf fering from a fractured rib lacera tions of the senlj and brush burns while Martin sustained brush burns and possible Internal Jnjurles CORONER INJURED CHASING PET DOG Coroner George U Franktnfield Is nursing n wrenched Klioulder as the result of a fall vhllo chasing bis ct dog yesterday afternoon Tho county official vns recently pre sented with a pedlsrocd Scotch collie puppy Tho little canine Ktriycd away from homo yesterday and fear ing that the pel might stray In the path ot some reckless motorist the coroner started in search of him and located Iho wily affair In an alley in the rear of IIH home Cha Ing him the coroner foil anil In cidentally knocked down a section ot o board fence Commiuolon attacked yeaterday by Governor PSnchot an dominated by public utilities came back at the Governor last night to show that his contention companies that chirterri for bus which ho disapproved would not give the new concerns a blanket monopoly of the high wnya of tho slate The Governor announced that he refused the grant ot charters to the Pennsylvania General Transit Com pany and tho Heading Transporta tion Company Those concerns were formed by officers ot tho Pennsyl vania Railroad and tho Reading Company respectively Following the chargeH members of tho commission released by tele phone a letter wrllton to tho Gov ernor August 37 In which It was Bhotvn that the companies could not operate any bus Mac without first demonstrating Ha necessity by com petent testimony under the law of the itatc The comml3bJn several months ago approved lire application but when they were returned to the Gov rrnnr for his signature he instructed Attorney General Woodruff to make an investigation ot the proposed cux iliiry bus lino service uf the rall roiiJs SHOT AND KILLED AS department regardingThemalicious j NEWBORN BABE ARRIVES BOYS ANNOY TROLLEY WEN Officials ot P R T Company have complained to the local pollcu practice indulged in by boys In the vicinity of the companys terminus nt Sixth nnd Welch streets Tha ore made that every night after dark a number of boys who loiter at the place cause annoyance to the ni6tormen by puillng the trol A littlegirl reaching for a nickel broke herafrii Thursday Wives ivhoJ wait for their husbands pay envelope should remember this A Marcus Ilook man was struck by an auto yesterday but escaped injury although tlie car was slightly damage Motorists should bo more careful who they hit Girls at the Smedley Junior High aro being taught to use a hatchet and saw Guess the teachers know that the average girl is pretty adept with a hammer says that its trouble to meet expenses these days You most themeverywhere you turn And a Western Judge says that the feebleminded should be locked up They have been doing that with some sentimental juries for years without ary visible effect A dispatch yesterday slates that they had snow in Plioenixvllie Its near time they had some thing says Mr Magrath Read where nn Eighth ward man died from being kicked by a horse And they still contend that a shoe Is good luck And a nian In Media fell through a plateglass window Eet he vrent through some pane Judges in Media are putting leKgcrsin jail Well it most be ad mitted that some of em need a rest What do yon think of James A SUllman millionaire marrying a servant girl It seems to be tho only way letl to keep them in the family O Oct Joseph Barbalano 33 foreman of the National Tube Company plant here was Khot and InstantlyJiI1ed from nmbush here to Jay as he was rushi The Weather versallon n car approached 1ey polel from hc wlrc ctci cars home to welcomehis first born j Stin rises 603 a m oSt p m i are started nnd also stcnl rlJcs on cnill Government for Eactorn Pennsylvania Fair today Fair slowly rising temperature tomorrow 603 a m Self oSt r water 3OS a m and p nu it neared the Media group the oc   

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