Chester Times, May 29, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 29, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR TW KIA'E lONT.IS. ENDING DECEMBER 31. 1932 20,328 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ★ With All Latest and Best News of the Day 57TH YEAR—NO. 17.605. Daily tnvsfd Wire Rf and Intimation! >rt* of Unit News Sirvi ?d r in; ('HESTER, PA., MONDAY. MAV 29. WM WOODIN IS READY TO QUIT IF F. I). R. DESIRES HIM TO Treasury Head Has Frank Discussion With President on Trip Executive Silent: (Mass Reveals Threats: Tinkham W ould Probe Davis WASHINGTON. May 29    <UP>- William H. Woodin is ready to resign as Secretary of the Treasury if President Roosevelt feels that his usefulness is destroyed by favors rereived from J P. Morgan A* Co. in 1929, it was known today. In a frank discussion with the j President on a week-end yachting trip, it was learned, Woodin declared his willingness to step out immediately if Mr. Roosevelt desired But from the White House came no indication of Mr. Roosevelt’s feelings regarding disclosures that his Treasury chief was among the bust-1 ness and political leaders who received stocks from the Morgan bank at bargain prices. While Wooding fate remained in doubt and Senate investigators were prepared for new disclosures when the Morgan inquiry resumes Wednesday. these additional developments were recorded. Senator Glass, Dem , Va . revealed that he had b°en threatened with | death bv anonymous parties accusing him of defending the Morgan Company. Senator Couzens. Repn, Mich., pressed toward a showdown on accusations of irregularities in the record of Ferdinand Pecora. Senate Committee counsel in the Morgan inquiry. Rep. Tinkham. Repn., Mass., announced he would ask a congressional investigation oi Norman ^1 Davi*-American ambassador-at-large in Europe, another buyer of bargain Morgan stocks, The White House joined with Woodin in denying reports that the Treasury secretary already had submitted his resignation to the President. "I have not resigned thats all I ran say,” Woodin told newspapermen following his return from the weekend yachting trip with the President. Indications were that Wooding decision would be determined by developments. A casual inquiry among Senators showed that many believed WOODING RESIGNATION SOUGHT FR ANCE NEARING AMITY ON PACT Likely to \crept 1-Rower Proposition; ( a bi net N otes Tomorrow KIDNAPERS RETURN HIS DAUGHTER ILARIA nver El . Mi rope av t< in p be s md N( WI Isl actory rxpian terprctatlon of League of Katie lion to the foil receiving a Ana if ll Ari ntenfe oration a the Dab of If he gets will be (me gestures France European pean oppc cab the ha! GOLD RESOLUTION SET TO PASS THE CONGRESS SOON Likely to Ro Through Doth Houses Ref ore the End of This Week Formal Report on Issue Says It Was Designed to Prevent Hoarding M Od o e x iii Na< Resignation of Treasury Secretary William It, Woodin, above, has bren demanded in C ongress, following revelations in the Morgan hearing that he was on se\eral "selert lists" of the Morgan firm and pun hasi d securities "at cost ”, COUNTY REALTOR DIES A SUICIDE Real Fstate Slump Is (liven as Reason for Springfield Man’s Rash Aet REPEAL WINS IN DELAWARE STATE Fleets Wet Delegation to (on vent ion; 8 States Against Prohibition >d the four-pow'er pad i now ever. Norman ll. Davis, clue: i States delegate, conferred ca with Joseph Paul Boncour I foreign minister, back fro where he had a week-end I lion w'ith his government on glee! disarmament and treaty .situations, Davis was believed to ha Boncour to announce at th* moment the extent of the r to which France would agre* agreements might be reach! the world conference. With the ink hardly dent Roosevelt s lefter urging disarmament co-operation, the con odds on many points. Japan has demander; of the Washington naval treaties, so that tam parity, or virutal the United States and Orca Britain, desiring to use th mg crash of aerial bombs Un Prrn dry to t and feren the and on P scrapping London I’ll lured shore is Judge ll I . Mi llier, i Hr manager of Kunvo ( itv, Mo., rr hove daughter, Atiw Mary Mc-llror, was returned unbanned by kid na | re rs yesterday. It is reported that tiler ret rived a ransom of J.Tfl,-000. I lie girl was held for 29 hours. BLAME V A NI) ALS FOR THE DAMAGE Two I norm pied Homos iii ( hest cr low fillip Arc Rein# Demolisher! of ti 9 i Opinion void-e in mint hoard-Attal,** the * asserted n the lrg- Otild prevalent In bligations, use toinor- a ct ion by J that the I w fl genry make (ii sent tai. "In the light of th the rejxirt said, "two which have developed present emergency nu forcement of the gold c pat ibis with the publh The first was listed mil tee as a tendency gold"! the second, the 1 PRICE, TWO CENTS M0TT*i^UND KIDNAPERS (HI EN ’ $30,000 RANSOM TO ERLE WOMAN Daughter of City Manager Kansas C ity, Mo., Stolen from Bath, at Home Is Humorous Over Her Fx« pcricncc, Tinged With Romantic' Sentiment --rf** en- om* inter bv th f to "tend* property r tnolition not the purl may atty with Britain. terrif y-to keen On I cord i real » rn Ch tribf riles her far extended c men in and protectorate.^ I he smallest possible co used thr United Stato hat all aerial bombing b w runt im order at has refugee,st ion forbidden TRAFFIE HEAVY; ATTI DF NTS FEW semi-det the west developn day tile an impi houses i liouse s ' f Engle ; as not s present of the Con-township. a was started' t number of ere built on rret, but tlir ccesslul. Torn Continued oil Last Page Y. M. C. A. BOYS’ CROUP TO ENTERTAIN Irvin C. Bupp. secretary of the boys* department of the Y. M. C. A., has completed plans for the "Parents* Night” program, which will bring the major activities of the department to close for the summer season. The exercise, to which all the parents and friends of the boys of the various clubs and classes of the association are invited to attend, wull be held at 7 o'clock. Thursday evening The events will be as follows: A grand grade with the members of all the clubs and classes taking part. The cadet group program will include an Indian ceremony, marching exercises and games. The members of Boy Scouts Troop No. 15. of the Y. M. C. A, under the direction of Scoutmaster Harold Crowther. will give a demonstration in signalling and fire building. The physical education part of the program will include a series of boxing exhibition bouts, apparatus work with demonstrations on the parallel bars and the long horse and a swimming exhibition and volleyball tournament, in which the boys of the,Junior group will oppose the members of the Senior division. POLK E W ILL UNVEIL .MEMORIAL TABLET Last minute plans for tne unveiling of a memorial tablet erected on City Hall Plaza, to the memory of deceased members of th-’ oral police department, have been completer The ceremonies will Vgin at IO a rn. tomorrow, when the entire department personnel will be present, j Addresses will be mad* bv Mayor William Ward. Jr.. Chi"! of Police John Vance and Rev. Francis Tucker. of the Oblate Fathers, Wilmington, Del. The committee in charge of arrangements for the dedication exercises is anxious that ail relatives of deceased officers attend, 'the exercises will be closed by the firing of three volleys by a detachment of national guardsmen and the sounding of “Taps.” WILMINGTON. Del., May 29— Delaware has Joined the States which have approved by popular ballot repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment. Complete unofficial returns in the election Saturday for seventeen drle-gates-at-large to the State convention gave candidates favoring repeal 45,396 and those against 13.236 With the exception of Wilmington, the entire State has been dry bv local phohi- bition In Wilmington the vote was 25,796 for repeal and 5,069 against Rural Newcastle county voted 9,527 for repeal, 3,172 against Kent county voted wet by 4.349 to John J Dougherty, one of the leading figures in Delaware County real • estate circles for nearly two decades, ended his life by inhaling gas. early Saturday morning, according to reports from Atlantic City. Dougherty was visiting a friend's summer home on Zion road. Northfield. near Atlantic City. Saturday morning his body was found in an out-kitchcn, with the gas turned on The report was to the effect that his pajamas had been torn into strips    ainee    before    nations and stuffed in cracks of the doors. The realtor, who was 44 had been suffering from a nervous breakdown. His home was on Ballymore road, Springfield, where his wife, Marie, and two children, reside. A sister, Helen Mullen, of Bywood, also survives. Starting his work in county real estate before the boom started. Dougherty for many years maintained an office in th* Sixty-ninth street terminal. Upper Darby. Later, he opened an office in Springfield and was active in the development of that township. At the height of hts career. Dougherty was reputed to be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. One of his big “deals” was the sale of scv- MOTORIST IS FINED eral farms to the Arommink Golf Club, which erected a beautiful rltib-hcuse on St. Davids road. Newtown Square. The transaction involved a quarter of a million dollars, it is said The realtor presented the rlub with one of the buildings on the place, costing more than $5000. Friends of Dougherty recall many instances of his liberality to many causes. Whi double e motor traffic wi over the week-enc I increased no serious accidents were although se vc i recorded th rot The only acc this city was s streets, where lei Hill. 601 M eph Darling, street, cc -d in ti area, a1 minor crashes were tghout the county, idenl of consequence in t Ninth and Tilghn an cars operated bv Dnn-irton avenue, and Jos-1706 West Eleventh d. causing much damage 2,006. Sussex county, the I Delaware Representative Robert leader of the dry force voted wet by 5.722 to 2 The drys carried c trim in the State, ti county and one in Ker Felton, in Kent cot tome O. s in 989 inly i roe miv. of former Houston, the State, four distil Sussex luted 9*1 In Sussex to both cars. The juries. No arrest! John J. Sh avenue, Ardmore, fractured skull WI was driving eras! standard on City vers escaped tn-•re made. n. 43. of 320 Locust received a possible n a car which he >d into a traffic ,'enue, near Fifty- fourth street Charles J Farms, who , Philadelphia, Quinn, of Green Hill was a passenger in the thing but ippearwice The twin Concord toad side of the development have been subletted to attacks by fire and water. To add to this damage, vandals have started the work of demolishing the structures piece by piece, brick by brick About two years ago the houses were a haven for wanderer* of the highway. As headquarters for the "gentlemen of the road,” they were the gnawer to a transient's prayers. The "guests” used the wooden floors of the structure* as stoves and fireplaces. That was the cause of C nntinucd on l ast I* i*e DEPOSITIONS I SLD IN FELKE TRIAL NEWPORT, R I., May 29 »UP> Mrs. Eugenia W Jeike, 27, used depositions from three Birmingham, capital to leave the country ” "Under these circumstances.” the rejxirt continued, "no currency system. whether baaed upon gold or upon any other foundation, can meet the requirements of a situation in which many billions of dollars of securities are expressed in a pattteu-lar form of the circulating medium ” Replying to Republican attacks that tile proposed resolution is unconstitutional, tile rejxirt asserts that "there ran be no substantial question aa to the roust Hut tonal jxiwer of tile Congress to make this legislation appliable to all obligations, public and private, twit Ii past and future.” The power of the Federal government to I air rurrencv *§d determine its valve, explicitly given in the Constitution, was cited as Hie major answer to arguments that the courts might set aside the proposed legislation. Confirming information which has reached Congressional sources that one of the chief objects of the new resolution was to pave the way for new bond issues to finance President Roosevelt's reconstruction program. tile report stated that the power to borrow would la* seriously impaired "unless outstanding obligations and future obligations are placed upon the I same footing” CITY, Mo, May 29 (UP) : sentiment intruded to-amble obstacle to the pros-kidnapers who held Miss Mary M« Elroy captive 29 hours and I collected $30,000 ransom, Tile 25-year-old daughter of Judge H. F. McElroy wealthy, powerful city manager of Kansas City, Mo., told the United Press. "I don't think Id like to see any of these men go to the penitentiary” Brr abductors covered their trail well in a carefully planned and perfectly executed plot, and authorities were left without a tangible lead. The Department of Justice however. entered the case because the abductors, by crossing the State ated the new and drastic (Imping law, enacted after <>rgh baby kidnaping This kidnaping punishable by ion rn enc d mighty arm ct the na-rernment reached out for ipers as postil inspectors avenge the use of the malta irtion operation. Mc-great Fed! the * With the Anding of the built Mugged body «*f Mrs. Bruce Macdonald. 56, reputedly one of the wealthiest women in flint, .Mich, and widow of a former hank cashier, J wit Ice officials have been searching for her 17-year old son, Halfe. Ile has been missing since discovery of his mother's body, Police said the youth had threatened to kill himself because his mother was exercising too rigid control over him. SON SUSPECTED OF SLAYING MOTHER FLINT, Midi.. May 29 fUP» —An extensive search, centering at the Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago, was under way tod,iv for the kidnapers on a little-used road in Baile MacDonald, 17-year-old I.ans- Wyandotte county yesterday, was the mg youth susjiected of killing his first public intimation of the peril) ut her with a ixxikrnd, after a quarrel over late hours Balfe Winned with a Chum, William Terwilliger, 16, less than four hours before the body of hts ! i ai • -Id u ainu i (I mot h> I M 1 Grace MacDonald, was discovered in her bedroom. Later, police found a pair of bloodstained trousers bi the boy's room. with gray hairs clinging to the blood. The boy was last repot ted seen at a gasoline station where he asked the most direct route to Chicago. , viol tai k Limit law mad* hie imprt A Secor Bona) gov (lie kldna set out to I in the ext Explaining her attitude, Mo Elroy termed her kidnaping a experience.” and added; * I don't hold soy malice against the men I really liked one, a young Irishman, awfully well. They treated me with the utmost courtesy and utmost consideration." Miss McElroy's release shortly after lier father and brother, Henry, met MOTORISTS (JIVEN FINAL WARNING car was treated for minor injuries. Both were taken to the Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia. for repeal and 103 again Continued on Last Page AS RFA KLESS DRIVER th driving, 1228 Conand costs Charged w William Harris, Negro, oi tral avenue, was fined $1 in pollee court today. Harris was am ted a* th** Chester Hospital by State Highway patrolman Francis X, Kelly, following an accident on Middletown road. Brook- HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (Bx United Press) Until recently Dougherty occupied haven. A car driven bv Harris a 33-acre estate. .Including an im- crashed into a police motorcycle, posing stone home, adjoining the nartially demolishing the machine Aronimtnk Club.    anci causing Harris to sustain a frac- The real estate slump is said to tured nasPi H;trns admitted to th** have taken hi* entire fortune. 5tat„ officer that he had "a few drinks” prior to the accident. JUNK 23 IS DATE FOR    M()TORlsI 1NJI1(f:l) S( HOOLS TO ( LOSE    Charles, Wrubluskl, 28 years old. of - 1119 Columbia avenue. Wilmington. Dr. Dav id A Ward has issued the Del suffered lacerations of the face following orders to the principals of when the ear he was driving crashed all public schools in the city.    into the rear of a northbound bus Schools will close on June 23. with at Claymont early yesterday morn-the pupils to assemble on that morn- mg ins. as usual, when promotions will be announced and the final report    Git Ah    ZF PPI LIN IN I I IGM I distributed. At that time. definite nnu-nDtf'ticwii.TM r- announcements will he rn adp con-    ™l*£R*S£l8H£ I    n,rt1,V. cerning the schools where the pupil'    r;    r    .    f    ^ *hlo,Kopin.“Pt'mb<‘r' Wh"n th° ?X ‘“lth‘25 paT^nsm l“-a-“ • Final examinations in grade; five to ~    > eight will be held Thursday and Friday, June 15 and 16. and the examinations in 8B grades will be held at the convenience of the principals. PII JLA. VETERANS AT LOCAL CHURCH Tn commemoration of the Memorial Day season, the members of the Donald T Shenton Tost. American Legion attended services in Bt. Paul’s Leoti tan' Episcopal Church. Broad and Madison .streets, last evening The services w • re conducted by Rev Stanley C. Wilcox, rector of tile church, who is also Chaplain of Shenton Post. A number of members of local posts of tie American I • gton joined with the men of Shenton Post in attending 'he service. The visit to St Paul’s by the Philadelphia veteran* has become an annual observance since Rev. Wilcox began his duties as rector several years ago. MEMORIAL DAY AT POSTOFFICE Ala., police detective to refute her milll charges of mlscondu F Frazier Jelke, 5 Chicago broker, bas ■ on th** grounds of rn and desertion, while in a cross-suit, cha non-support. The case today w< week before Supers A Walsh and audience spott in court toe lire h us ban Lot AL (' V NOELS I S RESCUED I ROM RIVER Quirk action by the crpw of a I ik< nhach steamer plying the Delaware river, Hat ut day, probably saved (ii*1 Iiv*.H of two Chester young men whose canoe had overturned in main channel of the river. They were Chester Nuttall and Jack Holds worth fectly-staged abduction. Two men forced their way into the Mr Elroy mansion about noon Saturday, found the heiress bathing, ordered her to dress, and fled with her. Early that night a special delivery letter, written by Mis* McElroy, arrived I have been kidnaped.” it said. "They are demanding $80,000 If this is reported to police or the newspapers they will ask *100,000 and I ( ontlnued on Fast Page ANNIV I KS VMV OBSERVANCE Rev, John M Zararra, rector of St, Anthony of Padua church, Third street near Concord avenue, ail] be fendered a reception in the social room of the church this evening, in honor of his fifteenth anniversary as an ordained priest. EMPEROR I HANKS ROOSEVELT Close on the heels of Mayor Ward’s warning to motorists, that I leg inning Wednesday next all traffic laws will la* rigidly enforced iii this city, (thief of Police John Vance and Superintendent of Police James H peRvenjvort today Issued final Instructions concerning the enforcement. No excuse will be accepted for cabled President Roosevelt thanking the flagrant violations, nor will political him for the cordial reception given interference tx* countenanced All Viscount Ishll and other members of persona whose ears are "tagged” will j the Japanese economic delegation. tx* compelled to pay the stipulated both of Sixth and fine and persons who persist in park- W ARRINGTON, Emperor Hi rah! to. May 29- (UP -of Japan, today 3 N York and his divorce suit •onduct, cruelty us blonde Wife, cruelty The dc W. Alrxa T. A RJI of one of Mr* EMI mmgham seen Mrs. dress of man knov Both sic the iridic; might clo nt Into its th r Judge Chai a capacity court rn d with society folk ins of Detectives Harry E Morns a It with th** charac 'n principal witness 'Lhey were clinging to lug their chis on the streets at night will be not only prosecuted for this but will run the risk of having their ears towed in at the expense of the owner. Particular attention will la* paid to the "stop” sign laws on Edg-mont, Providence and Morton ave- j lines, Ninth street and West Fourth , street, which are main highways. Penn siree their overturned craft when they were i.een from the of the steamer, which was inbound, and a small boat was lowered to effect the Congress Today (Br UNITED PRESS) d rescue The two canoeists were brought to the Chester shore by the d rescuing crew Doth young men, who *5 took the unexpected plunge, are ser-n grant* in Company B, 111th Infantry, P N CL r Ii if L to hi inghari dth ‘R re I ion. ™ b* -ted unexj ted It hat tile hi. fall md With the exception livery matter and p* t there will be no ma carriers tomorrow Postmaster John K pounced today. The general delivery stamp window will bo until 9 a. rn Inquiry. '■rid cashier sections will day. The collections same as made on Bundu if special deniable pare* us. deliveriesi by emorial Day, H age rty an- >per lion and (/in 7 loney order ie closed all ill be the EDDYSTONE (HRL INJURED IN CR VSH Mi; . Florence Dutton. 19 years old, of 718 Ba Ville avenue, Eddy* tone, suffered an injured right leg and shock last night, w'h* n an automobile in which she was a passenger, driven by Amos Schwartz, of F. ss mg ton. came in colin ion with a Route 37 trolley car in th** vicinity of Darby creek, Ridley township. The young woman was removed to Taylor Hospital in an unconscious condition Schwartz, was arrested by Chief of Police M'Afe r, of Ridley township.    1 FRATERNAL ORDERS AT SECOND CHURCH Members of Mocaponaca Tribe, No 149, Improved Order of Red Men, and Mot ijxinara Council, No. 149, Degree of Pocahontas, honored their dead isnt night in h memorial service held in the Second Presbyterian Church, Third and Ulrich streets. Members of both organizations met iii Third and Penn street*, and marched to the church, where they heard Rev Chari*.s K Graf, the pas- WYNNEWOOD YOU NC MAN BADEY INJURED NORTH ADAMS, Mass., Mav 29 • UP) J. Randall Williams. 3d, 21-year-old William* College Junior from Wynnewood, Pa, was perhaps fatally injured early today when a blow-out caused his automobile to turn a series of somersaults. Suffering from a .skull fracture and other injuries, the student was brought to North Adams Hospital Doctors held little hope for recovery. The accident occurred on Grey lock SEN ATE Debates Independent offices appropriations bill. Finance Committee continues hearings on national recovery bill. Joint Congressional Committee resumes Akron Investigation. Debates 8 abrogation resolution. hoi se ’agal! gold standard I opicsof J iflies tor, preach. He chose for Jus topic, bridge on the Williamstown road. The "Bleeping Beneath the Hod”    wrecked car was found 130 f**»*t from Two selections, appropriate to the where th** tire burst. Tile automobile occasion, choir. were sung by the church I’M HHH ll SERVI! ES Rev. Dario Tedesco. pastor of the First Italian Presbyterian church, will conduct Memorial Day services in the church at Third and Fulton streets, tomorrow morning, beginning at 8 30 o’clock. A program of patriotic muMc will be given by tile choir. was owned i/v George W, Hawkins, another Williams student. Williams i.s a son of J Randall Wil- Halters say more men are wearing headgear this year. Then there cant ix* as many light-headed ones as thers were in 1932. Which reminds that women’s hats ar** getting bigger. But who dares say their heads are? The poet of the Eighth ward w*ho Used to boast that he wrote nothing but free verse, quit when he learned he couldn t get paid for it. A few beatify parlors in this city Hams, Jr. a Williams graduate in the have been converted into beer gar- class of 1900. SHOWERS PREDICTED EDR THIS AREA TODAY Showers this afternoon or tonight, probably clearing tomorrow morning, is the forecast for eastern Pennsyl- dens. From face lifting to chm lifting, so to speak. Ho many states are voting on pro-hlhiuon repeal that there must bo oms states that still have prohibition. Pretzel makers In this state can not keep up with the demand. Just the THE FAIR AT NIGHT AT WASHINGTON PARK 1—Tiny Kitty, Barbara Carom, Mark* Girl, Wind "ong, Hildas Dream. Dorothea. 2—Black Fool, Totem. I Itramarine. 3—Copley Square, Ladykin, ’-panish Way, Victorium. Ridge Lady, Sweet ( harlot. I—Home Rule. Bego, Monty >1, 5— None). 6—Marmitina. 7—Sergeant Hill. 8—Oheron. Haramzada, Peace Lady, White Legs. Bud ( harllon, El Cidio, Spanflow. Weather, clear track lase AT BOWIE COMPLAINANT WOULD NOT PRESS ( HARGES When his former employer failed to appear to prehs charges against him. Carer Smith. 29 of th** 203 block j East Fourth street, was discharged : in police court this morning Smith was employed by a local j automobile agency and Saturday ook S one of the firm's automobiles, it was asserted. When the owner learned j that the windshield of th* car had been broken, he appealed to police to arrest the man on sight. Th*1 car I was located and later Smith was arrested by Patrolman McKenna. He was sober and police, having no charges against hun. released him. Iv,*    .'”>V f t. >- ■V .’ T'ee’ *‘ ' ■/. -    *4 -    -    ii-    -    •*;.    Vt    ,    J;*-.' V; -'My ill ' ' *1M    ;    **    ■    .. •    A/#..-;- ^«* L‘- MrP- ',**;•    •v<-*V*v    .    wfrjfc I ; 7' Sld&cJ H '--■-‘•iV'Vy/*• ' 'A* fifrtic. Tramline. Lilllf    (M ( I 1'IEI) 1*1    1,1’IT aJKTsSSTDSS o.™ Mar- OF FIRST CHURCH tine*.    Hogshead B**au Kilrane, Camping Out.    Ro*.    N B Fans. of this cite, occu- 3— None I.    pied the pulpit of th First Baptist I—leenie    K. St. Nick. Bib loney.    church. Seventh and    Fulton street Scotch    Belle. Black Target. Pink    yesterday morning in    th absence    of Post, :>— None I. 6—Mazrniata. Ruth Tidings. **>pan-ish. ( blo B »y. AA’estys Lid. March Step. 7—Alita All**n. f«a' Party, lee Off. Fu*ro. Axenby, His W i Weather, clear; track good. Rev. Louis J. Velte, the pastor, who is attending the Northern Baptist Conference in Washington. D. C The services last night were conducted by th? choir, th" members of which precented a patriotic musical I program Both the mommg and ‘evening services w*ere well attended. vania N' w Jersey.    D'*iawar« and    kind    of    a    knotty problem some like Maryland There will    be little change    to    hear    about. in tem fie rat ure. Th** highest temperature here yesterday was 78 degrees, at 7 p. rn . and th** lowest was 65. at 8 a rn . with an average five degrees    above normal. The highest temperature ever recorded here on May 28 was 89. in 1908. and the lowest was 44 in 1907 Sunrise today was at 5.35 a. rn., and sunset will be at 8 21 p. m daylight saving time, Tomorrow is the day hundreds will go to cemeteries. And with the exile c ted automobile rush it is safe to predict that hundreds will be going to cemeteries for a few days afterwards. I W O KILLED IN < K ASH VANDALIA. III. May 29 GNS'-! An explosion which resulted when a speeding Pennsylvania passenger cx-I press struck a loaded gasoline truck I left two youths dead today and three J men, two of them members of the train crew, suffering from burns which may prove fatal. Van Lee Smith, 19, driver of the truck, and his broth'-r, Lyle, 9, were killed outright. Boys broke Into a county theatre eastern Hnc*    an amateur performance that no one saw. So the amusement loving public has still something to be thankful for. A gasoline station attendant on the Baltimore pike was arrested as a bootlegger How did they ever happen to detect him? I he Weather ATTORNS! IS ’-PEAKER WASHINGTON, May 29—'IPI — The weather forecast for Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jsney: Showers tonight and probably 'n extreme north portion Tuesday morning, gen-Thomas A Curran, an attorney of erally fair in south and central por-j this city, was the speaker at memorial tions Tuesday; cooler late tonight exercises held this morning in the and Tuesday. auditorium of the Chester High Western Pennsylvania: Local thun- I School during the assembly period, dershowers this afternoon or tonight; A program of patriotic music was cooler tonight; Tuesday generally rendered by the high school or- fair and cooler. As th** lighting s.xtem of the ( hieago World Fair was turned on, this picture was taken at south end of lagoon looking north. Many thousands of persons attended the opening ceremonies Saturday. chestra. I . S. TRE Ast RY BALANI E WASHINGTON, May 29— tINS>-Treasury balance as of May 26. $344 559.855 80; expenditures, $4 979.942 72 customs receipts, $17,939,733.07. TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a rn. 7 a. rn. 8 a. rn. 9 a, rn. i IO a. rn. 62 ll a. rn. 64 Noon ... 68 I p. rn. 70 2 p. rn. 74 76 76 75 Z ;