Chester Times, May 26, 1933

Chester Times

May 26, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 26, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION I (>K I w El I E ION TAS. I DECEMBER 31, 1932 20,328 RHA]- EDITION ★ it ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 67TH YEAR—NO. 17.603. MORGAN’S POWER IN UTILITIES IS Datlv Leased Wire Report* of United Press (UP) and International Seas Service (INS) (’HESTER. PA., FRIDAY, MAY 26. 1033 TWENTY-TWO PAGES price:, two cents PSST! TELL HIM YOU DON T KNOW Pocora Shows How I nit od Corp. Was Formed From Other Holdings I. G. I. Involved in Deal, G. IU Howard, President, Reveals WASHINGTON —Turning the spo grin's domination lie utility field, th investigation brou Morgan May 26 light on J P of th° vast » Senate’s ba jht out toda? firm organic INS) Mor- pub- wnpany. in 1929, i ’grrgaiion of utility IOO I UUU StO >k than their market when the United C holding c over an a at $12,000 value. Ferdinand Peeora, the committee'a pugnacious counsel, brought this out today through questioning George H Howaid. president of the United Cor- j poration, who temporarily supplanted J. PA and his partners in the witness I chair. The United Corporation «*as organized from holdings in the Mohawk ; Power Corporation, The United Gas j Improvement Co. and the Public Service Corp of N J. Morgan was given these holdings at $12,000,000: less than their market value. Howard j admitted. Howard identified ** certificate of j the incorporation of the United Cor- ; poration. He described the original set up of the corporation as composed 600.000 shares of S3 preferred stock, i 800 000 shares of common stock and 714.200 option warrants issued to J.' P Morgan and Company, in return for 350.967 shares of Mohawk Hudson Power Company, 66,360 in second preferred stock In the same company and 124.700 of its option warrants, i 130.568 shares of United Gas Improvement Company, 59,500 Public Service of New Jersey and $700,801 in cash. The market value of the securities received from Morgan was $55,566,-644 63 and they were turned in at *12.000.000 less than this figure, Howard said. Morgan moved his seat as the committee got under way an hour and five minutes late. George Whitney, one of his partners, had expected to continue on the stand but Howard was called. As Howard came to the stand. * J. P" took a chair directly behind and    ,, clase to the witness.    new    yuk tv, # Howard said he became president Counsel for Char --------—    -    -    tna]    jor    alcgcd    i Continued on I age I wenty BRITAIN JOINS IN RAC KING U. S. PEAC E PROPOSAL Sir John Simon .Makes Historic Pronouncement in ( ominous A n n o ii noes I nec|uivoc*aI Support of America on “Security" Pact START IMMEDIATE REPAIRS TO DIKES ADMINISTRATION KING OUSTER, BY PISHES PROGRAM PINCHOT, IN P.S. f, IN II. S. RECOVERY ARGUED IN COURT w n lith ign (I b Ians for the work of redoes on Darby Creek, to r* floods in Tinicum town-r* completed todav when ' the county, state and rnnirnt will meet at the Bridge has been obtained from uchot to proceed with the sat civ. under Hie *40,000 is work w hich w as in-j enator John J. McClure I    __ i .H appropriation* bill    ,    ,    ~    “ no yet bern Many Antics to National Kind’s Commission Ended* Rehabilitation, Clouded Developments ef the Week, Schnader Appears for Gov-of Major Importance,    ernor, R. S. Morris,    for Mainly in ( undress    C.roup    C hairman M. UP) Pn be made by operation of jovet nments « conference nge Wright. >f the Slate and Waters. U. S. Engi->n. Del. to prof John p iffer of tug the I Bi in the Union, Hams Jolted pacta" lowers irther readv Ute to tea to ality— is doc-world s "no with which I (MHK) VISITORS AT MAY MARKET U I e v e ii t h \ ii n ii a I Fete Proves Successful; Man) Features by Morgan In<|iiir\ WASHINGTON. May 26 (UP While Washington's attention cfiltered on the Morgan inquiry this week, Congress and President Roosevelt pressed forward with the ad-nunistrations program of National rehabilitation. The weeks major developments: I. “Blue sky" securities regulation bill designed to protect the public against fraudulent Mock and bond* Is Claim; Stays Until Term Ends, Defense HARfUSBl Authority o Pa . Mi inci on to us Con Schul in a1 form lh Mulat u ii lith omen in e liers prior The master mind of finance pauses for I*-j.,iI advo r ... S I’ Morgan left) lohn W. Davis, in the course of his examination by the Srnate Hanking I ommitier. lends an ear to his attorney, MITCHELL SHOWS STOCK LOSSES Seeks to Prove Thornton Deal M as Leu a1 Transaction GENERALI A LAIR WEATHER KOR AREA n F. predictor inia, Nrw md I,oca •d tonier • tempera* heir yrs* JAPANSEEKSTO QUIT NAVAL PACT Formally l ei Is Geneva Parley She Mould Abrogate >-5-3 Ratio nam sun In ti which I Blued inch we w ta* mg eminent -operate i adit ion • t hemming at e pacts, K ferlstl-MK A1, it. circum * esc Cubero Is 0 make 1 in ccid rf action More than lo.OOH poi out yesterday and last n eleventh annual May I ducted by the Che.*tor Ut spacious lawns Gray skies    winch    hill city in the    early    moi cleared up before IO or heightened th** hopes o had been W( tile past se\ time the Ai to arrive. I t he scene w Tile frankfurt! booth, which    Inn three sections,    wa It occupied a pioi midway between atreeta aud those heavy sales all da A flown booth erected along Hie clay street, which Mrs. A Bier I K G lh big on took up public wo! rial control and taxation age expected today Pi et" faxes on moderate I neon) lanoline, coupled with levi* and final ta, in * biti; OVtdrs *s and (»u tit idjour ration PUU int ti » our rig on the project I weeks, and by n of tile crowds be n until niuiin of great actu r and sand* I been erected t the Amt to Oj ninent apace at Penn and Ban in charge repoi which had la en rive way near Bar-was iii charge «>f niger, assisted bv Charles ft long. offered a varied Th I xiii I ii tx ti tilt I'.URt I went* MAN IS KILLED RN IL & O. EXPRESS UP) IT. THE \s| HV BALANI F. WASHINGTON, May 26 <INS>— Treasury balance as of May 24 *349.-257.652.37: expenditures. $3,860,842 83; customs receipts, $16,375,713.99, RIDLEY TOWNSHIP SCHOOL MUDDLE Residents Denied Tse of School Grounds for Holding Protest Meeting May s E. Mitchell, on 'ome tax evasion, fought vigorously today to prove that Mitchell's sale of stuck in 1930 to W D. Thornton, by which lie eatable! loss of $758 000, transaction, in "the of business/’ ur, cross-examining s. former bookkeeper on I). Ryan, rn ult i-ire copper king, carried the through a lung inquisition terdi and The a bo i v wa* I he 1( tverai non the d lished a tcchr was a lcgitima? ordinary course Max D. St Walter P. Adar ■for the late J-million witness intended to prove that Rvan himself was anxious to consummate the deal in order to “protect" the market for Anaconda Copper stock. Letter* introduced in evidence showed that on December 26    1930 Mitchell completed the transaction ___ by which h" disposed of 8.500 shares .. of the Ahaconda stock to Thorn on Denied permission to use trie Thornton paid no mon^y for the Woodlyn school grounds in Ridley stock put J p Morgan Sa Company, township for a mass meeting, 300 granted him a loin of *229.500. the residents of the township adjourned fujj purchase price, and held this to a vacant lot opposite the school slorJt as collateral. house last night and heard Dr. Gn May A J931. Mitchell ropur-Geoige R Bentley, a member of the chaM,d the Identical steak from school board, and J. B. Carney ol Thornton, at a price one-eigluh MBipont Park, denounce conditions. lower than he had received tor it as they allege, exist in the schools of The difference was account d for bittie township.    the fact that Thornton had received Adjournment to the nearby lot was jour months dividends on it. taken after Dr. Bentley, who presided. * But dld you eu.r    any Ume had announced that Cameron Dr ln any p,a(*p sae any agreement. Donato, chairman of the police com- latter or memorandum to the effect mittee of Ridley township had been that Mr Mitchell would repair hate instructed by the school board not tht5 stoc.k aftcr h(t hnd soid u tQ to permit the meeting to be held on Thornton?" Steuer asked. the grounds.    “No,    I dd not," said the witness. Last night’s meeting was pursuant j 0n thf sanie date that Mitchell to a call sent out in a circular ^bearing repurchased his 8,500 shares of __    „ Ace Anaconda from Thornton Ryan lent him an additional 2,500 share*, letters showed. iiiiri ma 'rn recs at a 30 p in, is 65. ai 6 a in the daro and two avera vc May 25 nim temperature st a bushed in 1880 in 1925 Si ruck Japan tram on desire bi road. the Be id wav us, tin e mn: being bac 8 19 rn. P. Mf. CADETS OFF FOR f AMP Depart This Morning for Alt. Gretna for Meek of Intensive Training GENEVA, May 26—f IN.* today formally announced to abbrugate the $-5-3 naval ratio, Twin Oa expiring in 1936, whereby she wa* * f'f**. .    .    ..    .    hi* body given that relationship with regard tram wheels to the American and British fleet.*. Deputy Coroner Naotakr Sato, Japanese chi* I dele- Marcus Hook, wa gate, appearing be fore the General moved the boti Ctmmittee of the Disarmament Con- await identifier! feience renewed hi* Insistence, voiced described a* bm yesterday, that any new disarmament agreement should not bind the Mgna- im*.md* and would tories to tile Washington or london Naval Treaties H* plainly indicated that Japan view* tile 5-5-3 arrangement, whereby British and American fleets are put age, wctgnx n pounds and w< 7 inches in lie hair He wore ,-with white tm trousers striped brown shoes < ast bound express ne aud Ohm Rad-seen Felton and rung ail unldenti-v instantly kdled. y mangied by the H P Cloud of notified and roto his morgue to ii The victim is 30 or 35 years of ret i 155 amt 160 ■ about 5 feet He had brown Mi assortment of potted plants, which ***' made a strong appeal to horticultur- u'" g ta and many bono * in >>otti this city aud countv today ate giHCid with purchases made from the boot ii, A stroll through lite ground* made one feel that he or site was attending a combination of lawn party and fair, All article* were all rousonably priced and a corps of courteous salespeople. who had volunteered for the occasion, .saw that everyone wiio visited the grounds were given service that wa* uraurpaiwsed Fortune teller* were kept busy from wealthy from escaping payments. 4 Administration made first move under Inflation act. Federal Reserve Hanks bu\Big *25.000OOO of government bonds in effort to expand credit and expedite upturn til business and prices 5. Harry I. Hopkins, New York, appointed administrator of *><H),0OU,- ( oidium d on rage I went! RAN <>\ DRI NKS IN DESHONG PARK Determined to break up the practice of habitual drunks congregating rn la-thong Park Police Magistrate Honan, this morning sentenced Geol rte Muck lf rn no home, to serve vs In the county prison He d him that a repetition of the offense would mean 90 days. Mack lent was arrested bv Park Guard I Millfield, who testified ttiat. daily, the guards are annoyed by inebriates, wlm congregate near tho driveway Sud are an annoyance to tile hundred*, of persona who use tile park for recreational purpose*. 'Die guard* ate dido mined to ai rest every drunk found in lite patk and Magistrate Honan signified iii* co-operation to bleak up (lie practice by sending evrry our ai re-ted in the par kto Jail Dr. luau tile Public Se Attorney General that Kings commission < of the commission legally May t? when the Benab without acting on hts not Ihe (tame day Cloven designated C Jay Ooodnough, F,m-pnrtum, a chairman King refused to give up his office. The ouster action whit h followed came before Mio Supreme Court today for argument. While Schneider advanced his uh* sons for maintaining King was holding the chati mateship ii! gally, Roland S Morris, Philadelphia, sat near bv awaiting opportunity to defend King* stand. Phi* ca e can I** determined bv giving full effect to th,* words 'subject to approval of the innate when convened* in the law providing tile Governor fill Public Service Commis.--, ion vacancies during leg islam a recesses." Schnader told the rourt Unless thr wolds ’when convened* are held to meim when next convened they are wholly meaningless as tho Senate cannot act at all except when it is convened ’ In the King c,v e Schnader said the Hpixiintim-nt was made in Sep-tembcr, 1932. to fill a ieee sa vacancy and wax .submitted to the Senate < ontinued tm Pace Twenty ( Ii    IN s( MI DI Iii Due to continual demand official* of the Chester-llrJdgeport Ferry Company have derided to attempt a twenty-four hour .service, starting this evening Boats will operate on a half-hour sc hedule, beginning at midnight and continuing until 8 a. in. FOREGO PAROLES TO GET DIPLOMAS an I ped atilt ( ontinued on I’ap* I wenty IST VV AKI) DOM FISTIC Ut .VKIBX SKTTLKD w< nmt.VTKb AI’TO W ITHOI T I U knsf; Burdened with full regulation army pack- Pennsylvania Military College for Carl Bernard, Ne Amicable settlement has been k this morning reached bv William Gloe.sup of 120 man street, wa ,    _ ,n    Penn-    Elk in ton avenue, and hts wife Nellie, court today fbi Sylvania National Guard, at Mount    .    ,    ,    ,    ...    nm* without Gretna, where for eight days the* and the *-har«ra of disorderly con- ^y^narcl es! a will rein arse military maneuvers to duct brought by Mrs Glo*.sup again of i02 Til *10 iii {a* »pen ieeretary of her P M C's meat exer be staged in honor of War George H Dem, I 112th annual commem elses, June 6 Tile honorary degree of doctor of laws Will be conferred on Mr, Dem by the Rev Dr Francis M Taitt. bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania and president of P M C s board of trustee.* The Chester cadet* marched from the name of-the Taxpayers’ Assori tion "to discuss the deplorable rondi- Continued on Page Twenty Several hundred residents of the Sixth, Seventh and Eighth wards tilts morning received 24-pound sacks of Mitchell thanked Ryan for the loan flour a< the distributing station of the husband have been dropped. The case wa* to have been heard last (venins before Magistrate Michael V Honan, at his offices. 17 Fast Sixteenth street, Settlement w*a* made in the offices of Attorney A, E, Howell. Wednesday evening It has been learned that the charge* arose when Mr*. Glossup claimed she was refused entrance to her home on Eikinton avenue by her husband who did not answer her summon* to ( ontinued on Page I unity open the dom She waited for ome time and then went to the magistrates office and caused the warrant to be issued. I IO! It Hist It I It I I ID Wednesday afternoon, when he gras operating en ii* J in at Second and Tilghman sir wa* removed from the vie hide bv two employes of t Motor Company and ‘.veil Chester Hospital when* lie nutted for obs'M ration it lie ll that he had fractured l r ' INC 11*11 N I HI. SJD An incipient bix/»- ut me of a store and dwelling at Third street, tin* city, <a morning was quickly eubd district fire company . a p C ontinued on I’agr In lily I OHO APPLICATIONS FOR REER LICENSES Delaware county ha* had (lie third lamest lid of applicants for beer h-Crn.se.s, I OOO having already applied, with a possibility of (several hundred more making application. Allegheny, wit it some 4OOO applications, led tile list of counties re-porting, with Philadelphia .second WPI! 2790 Philadelphia however, was first In potential revenue, approximately *725,000 it is estimated from the reports received from the treasurer* ut tin* vin iou.* counties, tha* the potential revenue for the tate will amount to approximately $3 OOO OOO annually. It t.i', ruled Bi Philadelphia yesterday. that bier may lie sold on Ronda vs by lama fide clubs. The ruling hi made Winn a retailers* license was refus'd Hie Union league and the Manufacturers and Bankets’ Chiba on the grounds that they were not required Die ruling was. that bona fide f lubs rome under file special provision of ?iie .State Bevel age Control law »p-plying to such organizations as tile Union League and other clubs Such club* are only lequired to take out a club license, which costs only *25. CITY EMPLOY ES ACT ON ( ’ONI PLA I NTS Acting on complaints of residents of Hun Hilt. who have civic pride, employe* of the City Highway Department yesterday removed approximately 40 old automobile bodle;, from Hiudei * Woods, at Seventeenth street and Melrose avenue The strip Ii owned by the Hun fthipbuildmg and Dry dock Company. The dumping of tradi in till* strip has long been prohibited but tile warning sign wa* removed some tune ago and irresponsible persona took tim privilege of lifting tile Matt for a dumping ground*. New signs have in en erected and a strict watch w ill b» maintained by police who will prosecute anyone (aught depositing trash of any kind Micro Bovs Are Graduated From Glen AI ills School; Interesting Exercises I il l I) Iii ini. I vii’itm Eli are be - I IRE DI SI RDI HID Iii RED “WELCOME” TO NAZI OFFICIAL • I I’ t    vc    cr XTL'YFl’h    IV    ;!1 ,1    norr ^av 7* 1931 a,ld • greed    American Red Ct OM 1407    We    t    Third .'Ih.iAS    M*.A    I    Ti .>x    LD    I-v    that the stock war to    b** returned to    < tee The d tube’ion    w a.-    under Ryan    " ow, demand".    The loan was    the direction of the Home    Service made    without money    consideration.    Section of the Red Cross. UNDY HANSOM HOAX WASHINGTON, May 26    'UP,— Oakton B. Mem* and Norman T. Whitaker were sentenced to two years’ imprisonment today on Lindbergh ransom hoax charges. TWO PETTY ROBBI'RIES Two petty robberies were reported to police today Samuel Potter, a storekeeper at 304 West Fifth street. Bank Hearings, Plan U.S. to Break up Morgan Power WASHINGTON. said hi* place was entered during Plain a the night and tw’o cartons of cigarets stolen. The other robbery was at the plant of the Rawleigh Company, foot of Flower street, where two Negroes broke in and stole two cans of disinfectant. Wf May 26 ungton rn INS •- numen HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bv United Pre**) is the fact that this adminstration is out to break the power of the House of Morgan. J. Pierpont Morgan, returning to New York today with his multitude of counsellors, can scarcely have missed the essential purpose of the Senate banking and currency inquiry. Within four days Ferdinand Pecora, counsel for the committee, has brought out facts or inferences which have startled millions. Add in bruising out those facts and their accompanying inferences Pecora. BOTTOMLEY DILS; BRITISH EDITOR Former Alillionaire,Writer, Speaker, l*a»es in Free Ward of Hospital LONDON, May Bot tom icy, on WASHINGTON PARK 1—Printemps. sis Agnes. 2— I Declared off!. 3—I Off). 4—Booms Pal. 5—(Off i. 6—Gracious Gift. 7—(Off). H— None). Weather, cloudy ; tra* k, muddy. BOWIE Horatio amazing Editor. Ihonatre, ce ward 26- (UP i-oi the most [ with a majority of the committee at figures of modern England j Hts back, has not hesitated to cast silver-tongued orator, im, the vine of the wild raspberry around convict, pauper—dicd in a ft many a noted name and v putation. in Middlesex Ho.-pltal todav Republicans or Democrat *, it was Bottomlcy, "the man who might all the same to Peeora and the com- have been prime minister died be-mittce Whether they belonged to hind a .screen that sheltered him from the Hoover administration or the the stares of his fellow patient*. He Roosevelt administration, sat on the was operated on a week ago. bench of the Supreme Court, an- His last public appearance came severed the roll call of the Senate, a few weeks ago when he applied for, or occupied the gilded thrones of end was refused, an age pension of national heroes, lf they had dealt a week. 1—Open Spaces, Mathias. Laurrtte privately with Morgan, if they were Hts last of many interview about Nash, Liberty    Oak,    Inspection    on thru amazing list of "dose friends"    th a*    time wa* chara • ri :i<    of    him Hair Trigger.    out came their revered name    I    cannot rra.i* believe "    he    .-•!id 2—Mazyniata, Ga*lo Boy, Stubble. Whoever pain wa. cauked rn ad- That Mr. H. B is going to end like Feliciana, Walter K. Exceed    nuniMra    on    circle., financial circle.' th!..... 3—Brother Rank.    Hidora.    Espino    soc.a1 circles or busine.> circle.1,    it    I    could have go* an;, w here    and Queen, Ria* k Dreams,    >ur    Jones,    had to come out- a cloro friend    of    been    anything if I had not    made a \\> •    gan    qlid pro quo or no quid pro    fool of mysclf ” 4—Hit Way, Pink Post, I ma Quern. quo. every man for him mf and devil) That war, what million* of Br.’ons tnet companies we e ■.,; shortly aftrr last midnight to due a fire winch staiu*d Si <h«* shop of the Penn .Ht“<*l Cs ti Company, Front and pent. street Ihe flames, nr It; iii of which fin n bern determined, communicated a shed nearby, which wax consume ub- Men of the North Chester prepitiBig the tween the chui summer asaron ( grass is being cut for the playing of , the various outdoor game*. The Held, which wa* laid out last summer bv the men and the pastor, Rev. Archie a MacKlmifv. includes in the recreational facilities, quoit pitching pits and a voile* ball court The field ha* been fitted with an electric floodlight. GEEK NI A II PERMIT William I Haylesft, Darby township had Public Service Commission a ti thor it v today to opera Ie a call and ((inland motor truck service, in the Sharon Hill district of Darby township. Twenty-two boys, who had been committed to Glen Mill* achoo! for various offenses against society, were returned to their families and home* yesterday with the high hopes of leading useful, respected and successful live*, following the third commencement exercises of the school. From the hands of Major H. B Hickman, superintendent of the school, they received diplomas testifying that they had completed Hie ie courses in the school of trades. "Several of the boys remained in the school many months after their normal time of parole, bi order to finish the work in which they wera so interested." declared Charles Edwin Fox, former district attorney of Philadelphia, who presided at yesterdays exercises, One boy will continue in the masonry Mil ol for four od rectory for the or five months longer. Mr Fox said, I act I vitie* Tlv* ‘ to finish something he is timing af " J .dee Harold G Kin Ii of tim Montgomery county court. said: congregation of Baptist Church i cit cation field rh i ( oiitinued on Page Twenty Whg You Pug Income Tax as Millionaires Escape WORLD 1933 FAIR Shrine of Been i n I’rogress Has Profess of Huilding :> Years WASHING JON, May 26    17,:. is to explain why J. P Morgan and his partners along with perhaps hundreds of other millionaire* -did not Jsiv any Income tax in 1931 A >o why the Morgan partners did not pay any Income tax for 1932 and why they will not pay any for 1933 unless Congress doe* something about it in the immedia'.e future bc-lore its adjournment. Million.* of poorer middle cia. persons paid increiused ‘axe. th..* I opicsot l imes Mat Flanigan, the big shipping man ! hereabouts, thinks more people should go to sea Mg? t inventors have been at sea for the pa. t 4 year*, Mat. Alf*-! l aking em <mr our Media i (porter sa .va that a number of people applying for beer licenses cannot deny that their word is not as good as their bond. Kathryn, in the city lull, picked a ham for a prize ut the big card part/ the other night. We know some of her friend who are good at picking "Hams" for partners. "Not one person in 10.000 understands money says an eminent economist. Probably Its because they ve had so little experience with the subject in the pag»t few years. The Democratic party in Congress ha a working majority, but how much better it would be if we had a majority working; Department of Interior recently changed the name of Hoover Dam back to Boulder Dam. Now we know who "the forgotten man" really is. We didn t realize how seven 'I7ie 1933 j,o :ars Chi-shnne of oddy for tome/ - CHICAGO. Mav 26 (UP? world's fair, which for five j cago ha* been building as a progress, was almost ready colorful opening ceremony row Ten thousand woi feverishly to ai touches to exhibit nothing would be k to the avenue of fit IO a. rn tomorrow A spectacular, faut-moving program (,n last year .*, incomes and prod- ) depr*aion in the United Sta c. ill be soaked 50 per cent, more j vtas until 9 reaky we read that Canadian imen itll Official mg when gate swung open a id on 1933 Bicornes in order to pay the liquor sales have dropped one-third costs of the unemployment relief in the past two years. program.    _—_ Bu? the 20 members of the Holm* So far as available records RO, (if Morgan and otic    .. re-, there is nothing to show that a tin reive huge incomes go free. This was "ho grew* up to be a stenographer disclosed during the inve ligation of ever won a spelling bee. the Morgan firm bv the Senate Banking and Currency Committee. The Morgan partners, under the law. were able to take an inventory which showed a large declare in the will open the exposition, the second value of their assets. Th y were able in Chicago’s history. Gate,* to sol- to < barge thus loss against the tax dior field, which seat.* 115,000 persons, which they would otherwise have will open at 9 o'clock An hour later paid on their Incomes, ptincippUy roan Elgin time ball will drop at the wived in the form of int-rest.    .    ,    .    , north entrance :h* . ignal for a:«*:t A. a partnership they were able **rIVT”-t!! r>"lf»„, of the pageant of nations    to show that they had no income At the same time the inaugural whatever for taxable purposes, since parade will start up Michigan boule- the Federal tax law still permit.* yard from the northside of the loop, dealers In securities to charge off With Postmaster General James A. losses on stocks and bonds against I he Weather WASHINGTON', May 16— ti I') — The weather forecast; Eastern Penn. Sylvania and New Jersey: showery and thunderstorm* tonight and Saturday somewhat cooler Saturday aft- Western Pennsylvania: showers tonight and probably saturday morning omeuhat cooler Saturday and near Lake trie tonight. strolling Time. Jimmy D. Flag take the hindmost. The repercua-' thought, who admired tho man I picture of the unofficial “welcome" that greeted Bans Wiedeman. Nail Farley repro:-emmy President Room - other income on their tag reports Trick.    , slewis and reverberations here    ss a    though they marveled at the nature representative of religious art propaganda, on his arrival at New \ ork en-    vi it. the parade w ill march dow n    The stock market crash of 1929 and 5—Oregon    Fir, Revelation.    I result cf th* sensation:*! te.    ; . ony    that sent him off into (rook'd paths route to the Chil ago Worlds fair. % gathering of ( ommunists. who at-    Michigan avenue and enter the at a-    the subsequent period cost the Tri ?. - 6—Tee Off.    regarding the verv em.n-nt g n ie- There was no bitterness in him in tempted to show violent disapproval of the Nail government iv bown being diam at ll o'clock Rufus Dawes, try hundreds of million* of dollars 7— None    dispersed bv poll* e In lower photo i« a woman CMMkj, (NM    '    cal Weather, clear; track, fast.    i    Continued on Last Page j    Continued    on    Last    Page    injured in the fracas.    *    Continued on Page I wenty,    Continued on Last Page TODAY S TEMPERAll BFS I 6 a rn. ... ...66 ll a.m. . .. 74 7 a. rn. ... ...68 Noon ..... 8 a rn. ... ...68 I p. rn ... ... 78 0 a rn ...70 2 p. rn. ... ...78 i IO a. rn. ... ...72 ;

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