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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 23, 1931, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR DECEMBER 21804 FINAL EDITION With AH Latest and Best News of the Day 55TH 16877 Daily Leased Wiro Reports of United Press UP and the International News Servlca INS 1 CHESTER PA FRIDAY JANUARY 23 1931 WETS DRIVE TO LIMIT DRY FUND HALTEDIN HOUSE AntiProhibit ionists Muster Strongest Vote in Years Lose by 78 to 98 After At tempt to Bar Spying by Agents WASHINGTON Jan anti prahibitlon forces In the Ilouso mus tered their greatest strength in years In an attempt to so limit the proposed Prohibition Bureau appropriation of 411363500 as to stop some enforce ment practices condemned by the Commission but were trodden under foot time after time by the dry forces who refused to countenance any change The largest poll of tho wets yester day was 78 votes against 08 drys for an amendment to halt tapping of telephone and telegraph wires by pro hibition enforcement agents By pro portionate votes tho wets also lost in attempts to halt the use of under cover agents and stoolpigeons the dissemination of dry propaganda by the prohibition bureau and the es tablishment of government speak easies to entrap violators and con spirators purchases of liquor for evi dence obtaining against homebrewing making and to with hold Federal funds from states which have no enforcement laws of their own Five of the nine women members ot the House were thesev entyeight that the wets musteredin the vote to prohibit the wiretapping practices of dry agents They were Mrs Kahn of California Mrs Pratt of New York Mrs Rogers oC Massa chusetts Mrs Langfey of Kentucky and Mrs Norton of New Jersey all Republicans except Mrs Norton The showing in tho House was the longawaited not to say adver tised performance of the wets who wanted this chance to demonstrate their strength By organized effort they had the largest number ot their members present among them some members of city delegations seldom seen in the House debate was bitter bordering now and then on tho personal Wets and drys alike used the Wlckersham report as the basis for many of their K arguments The discussion ended in a noisy session late In the afternoon with drys clamoring for a vote on the last amendment proposed and Representative Black of New York standing at his seat and accusing DEVOE JURY DEBATES VERDICT IN THEFT CASE LOS ANGELES Calif Jan middleaged jury delib erating the fate of Miss Daisy Devoe charged with theft of from Clara Bow whom she formerly served as secretary still had reached no agreement today despite more than thirtyone hours of Three times In four hours the Jury returned to Judge W C Doruns court room last night befoio Its seven men and five women members were locked up for the night The last tlrno they filed in to got tlio courts definition of tho words permanent and intent Judge Doran had used these inhis instruc tions telling tho jurors it was their duty to determine If it was Mlss Ds voes intent to deprive the motion picture H girl permanently of her property Unless a verdict Is arrivedl at by noon today Judgo Doran promised ho would discharge the lury OFFERED FOR SANATORIUM Owner of Land in This County Willing to Sell for Philadelphia Project Threeavailable Kites were offered ho City ot Philadelphia yesterday in ts quest fora suitable tuberculosis sanatorium site A new site embracing 150 acres ive miles west of Media was offered by Bond a real estate dealer for fGOOOO Another vas offered byThomas A Pratt of Aest Chester who said he had lifty hrce acres near Glen Mills at 370 er acre The thiijd site offered was 100 acres it Welsh1and llbrsham roads Mont gomery county Frank M Jones of Willow Grove offered this tract for TWO CHESTER YOUTHS SENT TO PENITENTIARY Continued on Paga Twentyone VICTIMS OF MISHAPS TREATED AT HOSPITAL Joseph Niles 31 of 1G07 Fiftyfourth street Philadelphia sustained a severe laceration of the chin at his place of employment this morning when ho lost his footing and feUagainst asharp object Sev eral stitches were required to close the wound Frank Ostan 20S Bngle street suffered a contusion of the shoulder yesterday when ding He was charged Mrs Elizabeth ho fell while sled treated and dis Wallace 2 Pleas antville avenue Linwood is in the hospital a possible fracture of the skull sustained in an automobile accident on Twin Oaks last night Clifford Jones 19 Chestnut street Marcus Hook was treated for a frac tured ankle an Injury sustained while playing soccer yesterday John Brooks 142S West Second street was treated for a slight cut In his neck BATTLE LOOMS IN PLAN TO MAKE CAPITAL DRY WASHINGTON Jan The setting for a straightout wet and dry battle over the AVickersham proliibilioii report was laid In the Scnato this afternoon when that body prepared to act on the Howell bill a drastic measure designed to make the nations capital bone dry Senator Howell of Kebruska dry leader moved to begin consid i eralion of hisbill This wan Unvaried v temporarily when the Senate took up executive business relating to the Federal Power Commission contro versy Vice President Curtis ruled Howells motion wasthe pending is suo when the Senate again considers legislation 4 It was certain tho bill Would be considered since the Kepublicar steering committee a monthago gave it first position on the Senates cal endar of business BURGLAR ROBS CLUB MEMBERS OF MUCH CASH PITTSBURGH janT Breaking away after grappling with an awakened guest an armed burglar today made the rounds of all sleeping quarters in the exclusive Clover Club a rendezvous for bachelors in the former A P Moore mansion and fled several hundred dollars in cash members of the club in cluding prominent officials and em ployes of the Wcstinghouse Electric ind ManufacturingCompany and the Light Company were as when the intruder entered th club rooms shortly after MX oclock this morningPolice said tho man gained tn entry by the kitchen window WOMAN DRINKS POISON IN SUICIDE ATTEMPT A partially Identified woman known to police HS Bill Rosedon who resides at 12 Kast Second street attempted to commit suicide this mornng by drinking poison The woman was taken to the Ches ter Hospital when passersby heard her moans as they passed her home I and made an investigation Near her semiconscious form found on the first floor of her homo was i hn It cm plied bottle of poiyon Hospital attaches believe the will recover 150000 Tho offers were referred lo the Public HealthCommittee of Phila delphia headed by Councilman Apt vlio said he would call a meeting to enew the efforts to decide upon a site In tile near future Location of the sanatoriumat hvyn seems tobe definitely quashed Agitation ot Philadelphia politicians avorhifj the site has been dropped and Middletown township officials represented by Attorney Robert W Beatty have declared their intention movement should it to fight the materialize Unanimous opposition tothe Eluyn site for the proposed Philadelphia sanatorium was expressed by the United Business Mens Association at Us annual meeting held In the Walton Hotel Philadelphia last night CIRCUIT COURT HEARS INFRpEMENT SUIT Everyrailroad in the United States is Interested in infringe ment suit being heard today a jury in the States Circuit Courtof Appeals inrlhiladelphia The suit was filed by theSchweyer Electric and Com panyof Kastonl Pa owners of two patenls for Automallc Train Con trol devices Tho defendants are the Heading Railroad the Atlantic City Railroad Company the Union Switch and Signal Company and the Union Signal Construction Com pany Scliweyer Company clainis the defendants have infrinsed on pat ents granted fo Daniel Robert Schweyer its president by Ins on the Seashore divisions and on other parts of their roads Automatic Train whlqh have been copied from the Schweyer design WOMANS BODY FOUND UNDER KITCHEN FLOOR OiVEIDA N Y Jan Tho body oC Mrs Laura Manning 50yearold housekeeper for Albert E Suits who died a suicide In Rome N Y hotel Tuesday night was found beneath the kitchen floor of the Suits homo today Her throat had been cut and her head crushed The coroner said she bad been dead since Sunday night or Monday morning The body was foundby Mrs Man nings son State Trooper Charleb Manning who went to UieSuHh home early today tq discover why she baa not followed her custom of vl iting him BROPHY IN FLIGHT FORCED TO LAND CHUT CHOW China Jan rG W Brophy former Phoenix Ariz flying nstruclbr who let Shanghai tliis morning on an at tempted flight to Manila mado forced landing here today Brophy was unhurt and declared Ills intention of lying Saturday to Canton The aviator left Kungjoa Aero drohie at Shanghai at 808 a tn and expected to arrive at Canton the firs legof his night at 304 p ni TWENTYEIGHT PAGES Must Serve From 5 to 10 Years for Service Station Holdup and Attack Heavy Sentences Imposed by the Court in Several Other Cases Two youths from this cily luid heir iTiinhui careers nipped In thu Jiiil when Judge Krone field sent each of them to tho Eastern Penitentiary or periods of from live to ten years These wero two of tho nine plcus of uilty entered yesterday before Judge Froneileld with Bloom rep resenting he commonwealth The boys Anthony Bcrtmskt 19 of 07 WlJsoil street and Alike Curtis of 214 Jeffrey street admitted lolding up tho attendant of a gaso ine station at Ninth and Flower streets on December IL1 and Informed Iho court that this was I heir first They also admitted stealing m expensive automobile from Us parking place in the western section the city When arrested the boys hud revol vers In their poKsession and In the tjoldup Ihqy used these weapons to the iiltendanL Insensible Ber naslsl had been in Ihls cily only a fcw nonths coming here from Detroit Mich Curtis however had been ar several times for minor of fenses Detective George F Fceney testified Fred V Khelloy a collegiate ap learing youth from Fortyeighth and Walnut streets Philadelphia sent lo thePenitentiary from a period ot from flvo to ten years when ho leaded guilty to robbing a tnxlcnb driverot his receipts ami cab in Los er on November 18 Shelley admitted being arrested in Philadelphia on four occasions for the of crime Discharged after pleading guilty to a charge of bigamy Mrs Dorothy Morrow an atractive blonde caused sensation in the courtroom whun sho fell In a dead faint and had to be carried from the courtroom by at tendants She wns soon revived The ivoman was accused by Barney Ben lett who married her 1020of hay US contracted a previous marriage He discovered this he said In Sep ember 192S and left her Owing to the offense having been committed more than two years the statute of limitations led to the womans dis charge Morris Lawrence Negro who con Continued on Lait Page GRAPEFRUIT FOR RUDY VALEE FROM GALLERY BOSTON Jan Hudy Valee radio and night club crooner and orchestra leader today proved that he take praise and criti or a with the same air of nonchalance While crooning to a hushed audi ence at a local theatre last night someone tossed a large yellow prod uct of nature from the second bal 9pny and it landed on the stage stopping against the cymbal of the drummer In the pit Unperturbed Valee continued his song 9 After finishing he told the audience that while he knew ho could not please everyone those yvho did not like his singing need not have Three fsmall boys wero taken by police for questioning but were later released Rnmbier road the car whlcl AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM SUCCUMBS TO INJURIES Mrs Josephine McLaughlin Phil adelphia woman who was seriously injured Tuesday night when struck by an automobile on the Chester pike near Sharon Hill died early this morning in Taylor Hospital John Wolf of 3t Glenolden driver of struck Mrs McLaughlin was resled by Chief of Police Carl Whi ther and ararigned before Magistrate Malloy who ordered the sxulotst licit bail to await the action of tho coroners Jury Mrs McLaughlin was Injured when she stepped Into the path ot the au tomobile Tuesday night Sho had been shopping and was carryln groceries she was struck GETS LIFE SENTENCE FOR KILLING WOMAN INDEPENDENCE Kas Jan Muriel Sullivan pretty 13 yearold Okla divorcee who confessed paid JS5 for the slaying of Mrs Maude Martin Coffeyvlllc Kan widow today re ceived aOlfc sentence on a plea o guilty Miss Sullivan confessed the was hired by Paul Jones 35 to kill Mrs Martin who was to have been a slate witness against Dr S A Uralnard CoffeyvllI physician and member o the Sciiool Board at his trial on a charge of performing an Illegal op eration Services to Mark 228th Anniversary of Founding of St Pauls Church Serviceswill be held Sunday In St Pauls Protestant Episcopal Church Broad and Madison on Sun day in commemoration ot the iwo hundred and twentyeighth anniver sary of the first services held in Kt Paul s on the Delaware the name given first Episcopal Church erected in this city The first edifice was erected on a plot of ground near Third and Welsh streets which adjoined the cemetery in which John Morton a signer of the Declaration ot Independence Is buried It was a small structure fortynine by twentysix feet in di mension The distance from the ground to tho eaves of the root was fourteen feel and from the ground to the peak of theroof measured twentythree feet The building was started In 1702 and completed In 1703 The first services were held January 24 J703 When the church was finished It was oblong In shape Later a tower was constructed on the front of the In 1833 further additions were to the structure Tho second church located on Third street between Welsh and Markc streets was built in 3S50 and In ItlOi the present St Pauls church wa built at Broad and Madison streets The first services In the old church In 3703 were conducted by Rev Evan Evans who wan assigned UK church by Bishop Henry Compton o London Kng The anniversary sermon will b preached by Rev Percy G rec tor of St Pauls Aramlngo Philadel phia Stanley V Wilcox prcsen rector of St Pauls succeeded Francis M Taltt who was elevate to the Bishopric last year REPORTS BILL FAVORABLY WASHINGTON Jan INS The IRuoO Xavni Affaire Conmltte today reported for a senat bill authorizing for mod ernization of the battleships edifice and extended above theroof Mexico Mississippi and Idaho PRICE TWO CENTS SWEDENS OWN TALKIE STARS Here are some reasons why Swedish young men dont leave except to go tomoving picturo shows Typical products of this years jumper crop of talking picture stars in Stockholm aro Inaa TidbUd at top oreiDost ingenue of the Swedish screen demure Berait Scrgclitis lower left and Ama Roien lower right Unlike GrctaJJgrbo they dont intend to emigrate to Hollywood unless of WOMENS CLUB FEDERATION IN SESSION HERE Water Supply Employ ment Conservation Fea lureci Topics LOCAL INDUSTRY HEADS OPPOSE WATER DIVERSION Plan of New York State to Use Delaware River Sup ply Basis for Action G C Ladnor Mrs A M Dickson of Hoovers Committee Speak Bil introduced by Senator IMcClurc Has Support of Conservation Bodv of SEEK MOTORIST AS TOTRUNNER Car Driven by West End Youth Strikes and Up sets Milk Wagon A milk wagon was upset and three hundred quarts of milk destroyed when an automobile owned by George Hoagland of West Fourth street near Highland avenue crashed Into the vehicle atThird and Wilson streets early today The driver automobile stopped and after he learned no one had been Injured he drove away ac cording to police Shortly after 9 oclock this morning lltircus look policy found t the automobile aban doned In that borough According to police tho iniik wagon owned bythe ScottPowell Dairies wasparked rear Wilson street on Third street when tho high powered automobile suld to have been traveling west onThird street col lided with the wagon the impact turning the rwagon over and scatter ing seyeriil cases of mlkrto the street and sidewalk The sparetire of the automobilewas knocked offJ Patrolman Dougherty who was a block away from the Ecem ran up n tlinc to see the driver oC the auto mobile speed away Police say no report of the car having been stolen was mado to thorn Wallace of Twin Oaks sustained head injuries when howas struckby an automobile on Lho Twin Oaks road near her home hist night Sho wasadmitted to the hcster Hospital where she was taken by Iho driver of ftie automo bile Adellno TUberno TUberno whowas arrested at Uin hospital and later released in ilflOO bail to appear when wanted told tho authorities that Mrs Wallace alighted from a bus and walked around the front of ihc vehicle directly in tho path ofhis automobile Slight damngo was caused to two motor cars In a collision at Ninth nrd Tilghinan streetH yesterday afternoon The machineswere oper ated by Albert Craft Buothwyn and tho other Idowned by the Bystwicl Coal Company MORE POSTS FILLED IN PINCHOT REGIME 3IARRISCURG Jan Everrell R Shocklcy Philadelphia formerly counsel In the budget bureau has been named as a deputy attor ney general William A Kchiiader attorney general announced today Governor Glfford Plnchot also m nounced the retention of Beatrice McConnell Philadelphia as head of the bureau of women and children In the department ot Iib and Indumstry Appointment of F y eager ofPhiladelphia as execntlvcaeere lary and reappolntment of Leon Metzger of Indiana as deputy also announced today by Dr Clyde Li King secretary of revenue Yeagcr was assistant to P S Stahl nocker Governor PInchots necrclary during the former Plnchot adminis tration SHIPBUILDERS GENEROUS OFFER Sun Company Will Match Moneys Donated for Re lief Work by Employes offer to match dollar for itollnr tin charity contributions which their employes give to Emergency Keller tho Industrial Committee has been made bythe management of the Sun Shipbuilding and Drydoclc Com pany of this city On Tuesday the employes assocla tlon of IhcSUif Ship pliint met and voted to make regularly Weekly con trllmtioiiK to tho rolioC organization for a period of four During that time the company llself will contribute a sum equivalent to Hint given by Iho workmen Tho entire working body will comply with the vote of he association Another generous off or IK In view according to II Ward Illnlcson chairman of the iclloC committee nml may coino from tho Sun Oil Uompnny which IK alllllatoil with the shipbuilding plant Tho ot the refining plant hnvo alrendy do nated JljOO to tho Industrial Kinerseney CoiAmllleu anil Die Sun Oil Company may match this offer jilKO according to William 13 Mason who has been one of llio fore most workers In the rodent charity drive Mr Hlnkson nxproKsed lion of tho efforts ami contributions of workmen in Chester and nenrhy coimminltks who ho were giving the maximum of support to tho program oC Iho Industrial Emergency Relief Coiiiinittce PINCHOT APPOINTEES TO TAKE SPECIAL OATH TfARKlSBURO Pa hill 2 UP finvcriior Plnchot said today that all his fnturo appuInlcoK to Jitji pOMltionH including iiolnrips public and Justices of the peace will bo ro 1ilred to take a special oatii requir ing not only tho obedience to the CoiiHtltiillon of the United Suites but also loyal mipport of the policies approved by tho people of this Com monwealth In the election of 10R The oath to he administered to fu ture appointees does not specifically mention obedience to the 18th Amend ment H did the Jlncliot required of appointees during his previous nd si valjun was the lUMvad cif mlilwititor mcotlns lnwiirn County loiUriilliii ns Cluh In wossjon yrstorday ilin Now Century Club of ClitH The nuiriiliis foaturcd xpoakoiK iilsldo iilunllnjnnd ilnj consir ii of our water supply while thn noiin dcult with Iho subject uf Kyiiioni and tbo cuiisirvatiini of power rcktlod o isidustry KlubllixCll ilOIJll lifo Ill L7S womoii who iissoinbloil MhoiUy nfior ooloclt in the beiiulltul Hudltorlum ot tho ilub wiro Ml by lu pivsldent Mrs Curhnino Rcsponsit uirnli hy Mrs r ificuy Sinllh vlcu it of Iho County Kod oration 1 Im County prrsldrnl Mrs Elmer irisUiid Afior ho transaction of Novonil mattvrs of routine linstnoss Mrs Al froil A Crnolts Conn I y nnd Slnln Unilniinn of Inslitutos aiinuuiKHil liiit i Ueiawiire counly Instltiilo will be litid with llo Ohib of Media MJUCII IS at which tlmo Im pottiuit phases dC Junior luh work will ho llsriisscd nnd H conference nn the chararlerlMtlcK of a KfowliiK club will bo hold In KoItbiK hoforn Iho ftderalion Iho need of continued expression on Iho entrance of the Unllcd Stales Into the World Court Mrs 1 Kussoll biiillh county chairman of interna tional Keli lions described Uuiap pcarruicLof Ellliu Hoot before the Conimltlfu nn hoiolgn tlons on Wodnosdny of thin at which lime ho asked that the mailer Q reported out of committeerind o the floor of theSunn I o prompt I v Mrs KmiUi for y tlid iiiniienco a petition to sylvnnlas ScnnlorH Heed and Davis asking their favorable action Them wns a subdued chuckle throughout ho room as Mrs Smith declared that honnlnr Jleod docs not scnm to know lust whero ho KtnndH In tho matter nI wo his coiiHtltuonts must him what wo want There Is no Joubt continued Mrs Smith that entraiiQo Into the World Court Is de sired tho majority of tho people ut obstructionists are at work to ihinpcinnd hinder the important step 11 rs Tamos E Ioder crtuiily fed Jratlon chairman of art introducod Lho first jjtnSJit sjieakcr of tho day Division Forester ItuaseU Albright of the Stttto Highway pepiirtinctit who apoko of JunnHy Ivan las work for the protection anil bcimtlllcatlon of hor hlghwnya and showed lan tern slides In muHihUlon of tho planting that is being done UoadKlde planting in Pennsylvania s new declared Air Albright It was begun tentatively aomo ten tigo anil then given up 11 wan laken up three ago anl slnco tiiiU time much hnsMioen and la bo ing done Tills a tale la pjolng Into tho wi irk to a greater extent that any other nnd her experiment iy belni watched throughout Iho nation with Interest Tho npcnker idcjicribod way ii which rbrtdBtdo planting ot ovcr announced today SEES BUSINESS SLUMP SCRAPING BOTTOM NEW YORK Jan There has been a district phychologic Improvement In tho business situation since middle ot last December noticeable particularly in the spirit ot bankers and business men according lo Owen D Young General Kloctric Company head nnd a tending world financier Addressing 100 delegates to the New York State Bankers AsHocla tton here yesterday Young declared that the bottom ot the buslncffi de pression had been reached MAY ACQUIRE RAILROAD WASHINGTON Jan The Alton Railway Company today applied to the InterstateCommerce Commlssldn for authority to acquire all property of the Chicago and Alton Railroad This road was noM lo Ihc the Baltimore and Ohio In Decem ber and the ARon Company was set up aa a holding corporation ministration The now oath follows If ippotnlfd I will defend mu obry the conhtlditlon of IhrUnltod Stales and loyally support the poli cies approved by tho peopln of thjH Commonwealth in tho election of MINE LAYING EXPERT OF WAR DIES IN CHINA WASHINGTON Jan Aubrey Kirk Shoup commandcr ol Iho South China Patrol died at thcj lloyal Naval Hospital Hong Kong Chlna His residence wa rG Wist 115th Ktrcol New York City Ciplain Khoup was awarded tlio Navy Cross for nor vices rendered in laving the mine barrage In the North Sea during thn World War He was born In Kmllhlninl lou fifty years ago MURDERER REPRIEVED MOUNDSVILrK W Jin 2 Ll who WIM hcrn hanGCd tonluhl with Wlllljio Adams tolay hail a rluince for commutation ot his death sentence after he bar been par doned through a mistake Governor G Conley yesterday a reprieve until Kebniary 20 for t condemned man SEEK FDITORS BODY SCRANTON Pa Police here today sought to recover the body of Anthony Gill 45 uportH cdlto of the Kcranton Tlnirs who late Instnight leapeil to his death ft the wateni of Nayaug Fa UK nenr hero Gill ha been In poor hoalt for tho pnst ifirirs onrl for two years was a patient in a sanitarium Thn HMlHiH Import of any atlompL N New Vork Sialo to divert liOO tiOiin uf water ihiily from 10 river dourly rtein iistialrd unhiy by KdwniM s Wag tl Ihsl virci president of Iho Semi er Company Front anil Market livolN this ilty Mr Wanner uultlncl ho ilHUinllles neiMintoiel by InilusUriivs along u0 Jthiwam river during Iho past year wing to the Insistent dry spoil Tho KiHvlly iif this ImporUint ull luliin shutilil bo drlvon homo to Iho ooplu and fmlnstrlH not yet Iousod staled Mr Wagiipr Mor hantM hanking irorpuniiloiiH ubllo ulllltlfs of unit vlcln lv sluiiiKI ho mado lo thn oiluiiH Involved In tho of Now York Stnto lo divert viiler from tlio wfitcriiheiH of tho Jelawnro onllntilnK Vr WiiKrnir isnld lllllu hupponlng to lo a porliul oMremo illought o us iianuriicUliPis who miiKt uso tho viilciM of Uolruvaro Klver for XOSH Ilio prohiihU con llthm nf tho waler from the llnio York City attcmpls to divert iitro iiianlltles fur ils ilally miml ulprtl ooiiKinnptlon Not only will tho sail cnttlont of Iho water iiuiviKo nit by reanon of tho fact Unit thu How of Iho river will ho materially re UteiHl tlio Knwiigo cuntent of thu uml other wnslo lu a natuntl iml Rciiiiinercliil nattiro which it car H ofr will bo proportionately In ereasoil Thn ejillnci thu dlilicull to with owing to ilw nf cclH on niachliieiy nm It mny prove lexl to ImpoMslblo to use tho witter nr proress piirpoHos not only In pn icr inainifnctiirlng but In Kiigar ro Continued on Pacje Eight UPPER DARBY SCHOOL PUPIL IS INJURED With his head ncvorcly IT by a fall iigalnst the Inckcrn In the Upper Darby high school Henry juSHenusr Hi yearn old ot 1121 Gar re tt road Up per Durhy was admltlni to the Delaware Oouruy Hospital fo I real merit John J Karrell GJ yuarn iM of 2II13 North Smedtey utrcot Iiilladelphla also was aflmitlcd IHH left ham WIIH crushed when a drop imimnci fell on it wiille ho was at work Uie plant of the IennKylvanla Jlowor Company In Irlthon MiK Walter FSurke of Ianxdowno and ThomaK Khjvlin ot On Icrnon t also worn admitted FAIR AND WARMER WEATHER PREDICTED Fair juul warmer weather IB th foreuaMfTfor today In JJa Hylvanli New Maryland Tho highest nlcrn Menu Delaware nn oinpiatnrc ycsterda was 23 degrees it 230 p in and th lowcwt 13 at 7 a m The aver age of 21 was eight degrees helov normal for tho rlueind eight degree below tho average temperature o the Harm In si year Tho Ku filinne 71 w 72 per cent of 111 dav ON SOLO FLIGHT SMANOMAr Jan W Rrophy American aviator hopped oft torlay from the local air ficlil on a folo light o Manila II will rcst nt Citnton before atlmptin tho hnzjirdoiiH dnsh across the Chin sea 2 CONSTABLES INGRAFT ARE SENTENCED T Conley Brookhaven E K Holdcn Upper Chi Chester Get Jail Terms J E Boden Detective Seeks New Trial Gun men Sent to Penitentiary Constable Thomas Conley ot was Kditl to the county Jull for 0110 and ordered to pay a lino of 200 by Judge W Roger FronelUUI yesterday Conley was Konlouceil on tho malfeasance Indict ment only sentence being suspended on the extortion conviction Conloys companion In tho episode whloh led to their arrest Constable Kdniund J3 lloldon ot Upper Chl oluHter was given one year on each of tho tud counts in addition to flnea totaling llolilenB twoyear sentence however started yesterday and iit lio Is already serving six years for similar hln total length i timo In Jail will remain at six Kiulo Defecllvo Garry Boden con victed of conspiracy and larceny was not uiiiitiMicod duo to the fact that Ma nitprney F D McLaughlin had Conlinucd on Page Twentyone LAST OF OUTLAW GANG KILLED BY POLICEMAN OKTHO1T Ian Ifo of Frank Krnfl Iho last known nember of tho outlaw gunK of Iho lotorlous Paul Ponnsyi vnnla Itlllftr today had been muffed out hy n pollcemanH bulleta Tho longnought rubbcrgiinKslor wna shot and killed ly Piilrolmnn Kd ward Nownckl who an a boy had played on the city streets hero with Kraft V reward hnd bcon placed on tho ICHperuiloH lieail for Huppoucd par Liulpalion In llirj Detroit Nowa Jioidiip In lfl2S when Paul Inworskl and his lioodlunmi shot and killed anpecloi olllcer ami escaped with SMBOO Nownckl Krnft aa tho latlor Hpert by In IL powerful aulp mnbllc Tho palrolman gave chntic llrhip i fusillade of Hhnln i modem for a new trial Argument on tho motion willb5 held n near drito and sentence will not pronouncedon Boden until the outcomes of liemotion is known Unusually heavy terms weie humkd out to tho numerous other convicted men who appeared before UIQ comt for sentencing Clmles Konriis alias Charles Har rison find William Tnmllnson two alleged gunmen from Philadelphia weru donl to tho Eastern Penitentiary lor periods of from 5 to 10 years arid from 7 to 20 years respectively for Hcvcril highway robbqrlCH they com mitlfid In tho eaulerii section oC tiin county KeariiB IL hard Vlsagod youth of 22 admitted hclnggiven a 30 to 60 year term In Philadelphia for the Mitino offoriKo two years ago He stated that ho onlyserved one j ear of the Hcntcnuc Wultor Smoko Dalphoy former Fifth ward resident Was to tho county Jail for a period of from t tn yearn anil lined S100 for InvoHmUuy miinsliiiighter Dalphev Continued on Last Page BISHOPS SON GOES ON TRIAL FOR MURDER NKWYORIC Jan Tho first Juror wns selected today In tho triul ot huslfy JamoH Matthew Maxan Jr won of IL TcnnoMsno blshop charged with Hccorid decree murtler In connection with tho death of un Cd follow lioarder folIowIiiK a ilrlnklnrc party Tho ntatu charges that Alnxon atlcmplud to nllank hln land lady anil killed David Iaynter 71 when Iho latter carno to her assist ance The dnfciuVuitri father lit Itov JamoK Mallhnw Mavon Julorof TcnneHNijp war In court to day lo Ktand by his son ACTIVE PREPARATIONS FOR OBSERVANCES The Hucpnd term of tho rollgloiiH school of Oiiov Bholnm SynagoKiio will begin Sunday and tho rok iHlratlonM for the term nro now In progrcKM Active preparations are beliiK made ly the HiHtcihood and Sabbath school of Ohov Sholom SynnijoKUe for this observance of ratrlotic Day to bo celebrated on Washlng tonH Birthday and for Iho annual feast of known Turin CONCLUDE THRIFT WEEK TAtKS TODAY Thrift Week is bolng observed In Chester and vicinitythis week tile Young MensChrlsillan Assoclation sponsoring the movemerit here aa well as Inall partsof the country Various memljcrs Uio public speak 1 Ing classutQ maUIUKJiddresses In the public jchoolsempjiasljilug this most Iniportnncd aspcbt ofnational life The following liddiessed tho various schoolw as Indicated Fred English at tho Franklin schoo1 Wednesday morning James VM Brown at the Powell school AVednosdayafternoon Walter Kckol at the Upland gram mar school Thursday morning Howard 8hoppnnl tho Harvey school arid Clarence WJiito at the Mowcll school Thursday Harvey AVallers spoltc xit the Clay ton scliool at tho Dowoy school Today brings TlijiCt Week to a close Lister A mislead addressed the pupils of the Eddyitons high school this mornliiK and Trainer the children of the Dewcy school this afternoon 2 BRUISED IN CRASH U S TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON Jan The Treasury not bain nee on Janu ary 21 WJJH SGHL3 cxpenrll turert for the month to that day were TCOHn2S70 receipts for tho month to January 21 wore KILLED IN BLAST TAMAQUA Pa Juno Eer Bahrlnfjer Tamo qua was killnd and n mixIng hoiiKc dejnollshcd In an explosionnt tho Alias Powder Com pany plant at Reynolds near here Into ytstcrdny Long Jump From Broadway to Marcus Hook Says Former Vaudeville Artist WEST CHESTERPa Jan and Anna Pitt two slstera aged G andISWere cut and bruised today when thoacto In which they wcro riding overt orned following a collision with a taxlcab here The girls and their fatherWore drlvlngto this city from tholrhotiJoat Extoii when the accident occurred VISITORS PURSESTOLEN A pocketbook cohlaintng and acme valuable papery was stolen from a iarkcd automoblla at Welsh street ami LCdgmont avonuoyesterday aft ernoon according to police records Tho theft was reported by a Mrs Tlilhllurnln of Brooklyn N Y vaa vlslllng this city I Topics ofTimes West Knd Charlie declares that vhllu touring the average rnotortat will find most of histrouble In the back seat Twfl Slovackians were arrestedin Ihiladclphla yesterday for forgery Just a couple of bad Czechs cracks George Fecncy Tlio Uilklnt picture wiillo nfford ng Increased enjoyment lo millions of movie goers IJJIK nevcrlheloKs a iiilo lo It for it has practically ruined the vaudeville profession casting thousands ot vaudeville performers anil other fchow peoplo out ot work Many anrl varied nro the wavs In which former vaudeville Iicailllners and losspr lights are now trjlng to earn a living Yesterday in a luislncfss house in Marcus Hook a peddler was showing his Boat cushlone De fplp his somewhat threadbare though neat appearance ono could tell by his conversation that ho was not merely an average doortodoor salesman h e Groat White with countless theatre lights wns embodied in his Spnpfll QircKlIonins oliciloil the inforinn llon Ibnt lio was a former vaudeville sta had worked a scorn ot years on IOOWH Kelths and tho Orphciim Circuits and now like others of his profcHKlon iie had taken any sort of Job tmlll ho fitnnn caused by the talkies has blown over for show piopie vlth childlike faith bollvo that Hocn the speaking stast will come into its own and that the present depression In show business will terminate Ho told of fellow performers some nov acting as movie ushers bellboys salesmen motormcn waiters pollce mon manicurists short working at anylhing to clvo them a living until tho public Ires of the talk innovation as hey term it From IJrondway to Mnrcus Hook IK ruillu a Jump in the wrong direc tion iie smiled grimly packing his sample case Hut ono ot these days Ill bo back there again and twice ns good for Ive learned more about different types of humanity hy work ing at this rackft than 1 ever knew before and been use of thai Ill bo a much better performer ho took his Wllmor Boddy is ot the opinion I heres not much difference between a roadster and a sofa The clutch is about the same on both Les Farradny says that when one Is looking for the solution to the pedestrian problem thci answers can be found in the hospital And Bill McClcnachan remark ing upon divorce cases at Media opines that a triangleusually Is fol lowed by a wrecktangle Present day condition insist that thirtyfive dollar a week Is tho least a man should marry on unless hli j fiancee expects a raise A reallypathetic situation is when the bride goes home to mother only to find her mother has gone home to her grand mot her Shocked by the excoriation of ths court at Media a defendant petu Iraiuy askrd his counsel why His latter couM not have had ths case tried in that there civil court The Weather WASHINGTON Jan Forecast for Eastern Pennsylvania Fair and somewhat warmer tonight and Saturdays gentle variable winds becoming southeast or south Hourly Temperature Record Midnight 24 S a ni m in m m m m hi 24 9 n ni 34 10 a in 23 11 a tn L 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