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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 1, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              wi oo own run F1IUU With All Utettand News of the Day 57TH 17686 billy teased Wire Reports gr UnitedPrcss UP International1 Service CHESTER PA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1933 EIGHTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CEtfTS FORD SEEN READY NRA CHIEF QUITS TO SHARE PROFITS AFTER ROWOVER I WITH EMPLOYES LABOR POLICIES i f Believed Major Feature of CodeHe Will Make Pubj lie Shortly Motor Magnate Ignoring v Notes From NRA May Wages WASHINGTON sept t 1933 by International News Ford will offer to his profits with his workers as ajor feature of the code which make public shortly it was per approximately Dudley Gates Out as John son Plans Shakeup Among Other Officials Was Assistant Administra tor Forecast U S Crisis in Program WASHINGTON sept A shakeup of executives of the Na tional Recovery Administration im pended today as Hugh S Johnson NRA chief made plans to shift hts organization to cope with the fast changing nature of its problems and learned authoritatively today The code also will contain wage tficreases ranging from 15 to 20 per The resignation of Dudley Gates CeVit involving his v 40000 workers iV Hugh 3 Johnson National Re Ccovery Administrator has failed so Mar to dissuade Ford from his desire to promulgate his own code and has refused to permit him to submit a separate code Ford is ignoring further communi catipjiSfrom the NRA and at the conclusion of his meeting with his advisers todayis expected to continue o stand pat according to private ad deadline ex pires week Ford is understood to prepared to take his case to the countryin vav unique campaign vicesreaching WasHingtoh WHfcni the Presidents de that will match administrations i the same time Sic censure of his Ford isfsaid xjbKpiepared to go iiveii efforts Hisap peal to the publicyiillf be only the start Whiles will not take issue in openv legal Dattle it is understood Ford it watching thii phase of the matter closely It is very likely according to in formed sources here that the first real test of the legality of the NRA program will arise from Fords pres ent defiant position though the Ford Company will not challenge John sons authority directly in court The Administration is reported to have prepared its legal batteries for such an attack from whatever quar ter it arises In the meantime no matter which way the dispute ends Ford expects not to suffer too much offer to share profits with his jnplpyes on a basis his advisers have rjt disclosed is ths truirtp of his liand at present His proposed wage increasesare such it is understood that rival automotive organizations would not be able to meet them Acceptance of the Ford proposals assistant administrator for industry vas a forerunner of changes to come Gates retired after a long series of disagreements with Johnson and other NRA officials The impending shakeup will elude not only men not wholly ii1 he spirit of the recovery drive bu hose whose jobs are done John M Hancock NRA executivi officer will leave tomorrow after a summer spent in coordinating Indus trial codes Hancock intended to sta only a month jut remained at John sons request Hancocks retirement ushers in new phase of NRA activity Thi deals with the application of code to industries which have com forward voluntarily Today was the last day for subrnis slon of codes and President Rooseve may now summon lagging Industrie to hearing in preparation for impos ing codes upon them if agreement are possible The actual story of the disagree ments which led to Gates resignatio goes back almost to the first day h came to Washington to act as John sons right hand man in contacts with industrial leaders Catesi a deeply tanned man SCENE OF FATAL PHILADELPHIA STRIKE RIOT PASTORS MOTHER IN AUTO CRASH Upper shows police dispersing crowds in front of theCanibria Silk Hosiery Mills Philadelphia following the strike riot in which two men were shot and killed and 18 injured The shooting is said to have followed the overturning of a truck shown lower carrying nonstrikers lo the factory of 45 got into a controversy rep would involve the virtualiscrappiriK Sixteen resentatives of labor interests by an nouncing that collective was not necessary inthe preparation of When Johnson was moving every force at his to start the Presidential Reremployment Agree ments Gates without previous inti mation of his intention calmly re at a staff meeting that the wholeLplanrbe The point at issue between Johnson and Gates became so marked v that Johnson finally told his assistant that he would holonger discuss controver sial matters with him More than a month agoCates wrote a memorandum declaring a National crisis wbuld be caused by efforts to ROOSEVELT YAGHT ANCHORS IN L I BAY WASHINGTON Sept i The yacht Nourmahal in which Presi dent Roosevelt is cruising lay an chor early today in Fort Pond Bay off Montauk L I radio reports to the Navy Department said The message from the Nourmahal signed by Stephen T Early Presi I cential secretary said 1 Anchornd en y today in Forfc Pond JEay off A after uneventful Ipajssase Irst emng through Hell Gate and duror the night on Long scw2d least model ite Idrizzle ters Weather over indi and intermittent ft 111 day rest andrelaxa Pie dent with indications tion for v thS March 4 liat IP has beenfreefrom J the first day rfnce MELI REVEALS BLACKMAIL PLOT PMective Accuses ExPris oner of Sending Him Death Threat An ektortion and blackmail plot was revealed this morning against the life and property of State Detective James Meli and family when Paolo Roma if 20 Haddock street Leiper From pVacticalJy without duties He1 firH ished work oii a code forthelumber Continned on Page Sixteen SWANSONSIGNS NEW CONTRACTS FOR SHIPS ville held under bail by C W Mathues of Media i Rpmaj was arrested by Constable AlbertXarnali following an investi Datective Meli after he had jeceived ai letter demanding thei and signed by the LeipfcrvilleItalian The threatening letter told Meli to place Che money at a certain place statedtliatiifthe money was not Meliand his family their home the er5 istle his that the thatVthertf they iie letterbut threatening Comparable tothe sigria iy Roma at the time so authoritiesclaim tufes were so hear alike every reasonto believe by the same man reason given for the blackrnai demarid dates Vbact to February 26 1931 On that Sate Romas place was of rffic il business Escort iestnyers the U S S nloy and tht U S S Twiggs an hored neaiby houimahal in the pro o the bay AUTOMOBILES OR HIGHWAY P ATROL Pennsylvania sikte highwaypatrol icn who vsre it Twelfthand Chestr Imt street yest rday to conduct the eriodical ttSts for motor car license pphrsnts iere transportedfrom the hfton Heights barracks in two of the automobiles the I Et FTOUP iHft na ed with the idea pf the entire force 9inobiles rather than sirs of the roadster Ik solid black with o State Highway ed pi the doors in the and blue colors FOUND DEAD f Sept 1 UP Levi jSrJrold retired minister in his home near ih where hehad lived hermit for several years J dead three days when of a stairs i t snaU o orcjtles I1 are ps WASHINGTON Sept Secretary of the Navy Swanspn to day signed contracts 1 or construction of17 naval vessels including ships authorized by the recovery act four destroyers authorized in 1916 and one heavy cruiser authorized in 1929 hope this is ths beginning of a treaty iiavy Swansoii saidas he signed the contracts I hope that we can build the fleet up to thenini its set by the London treaty and sec to none in the worldl Contracts were signed with the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Company of Quincy Mass for the 10000ton heavy cruiser Vincennes for the fixed price of without adjust ment for changes inlabor and ma terial and for four 1800ton destroy ers each The Electric Boat Company of Grotori Conn received a contract for two 1400ton submarines the Shark Tarpon The submarinesare to be built for each without adjustment The New York Shipbuilding Com pany of Camden N J was awarded the contract for four 1800ton de stroyers for each Two 1500ton destroyers will be built by the United Drydocks Inc of New York for each subject to adjustments The Bath Iron Works Corporation of Bath Me will build twi 1500ton destroyers for the sum subject to adjusttri Two 1500tbn destroyers built by the Federal Shipbuilding and Drydock Company of Kearny N J for each raidedlby detectives after YOUTH 19 ADMITS KILLING 2 STRIKERS George Clementsbn 19jearold iridegroom of three months was held on homicidcand firearms charges to day after his confessiOK to Philadel phia police that he the shots hat killed two strike pickets during a riot outside the plant of the Cam Dria silk hosiery mill He was refused bail Clementson said he fired blindly as the surging mass of enraged pickets overturned the truck in which lie and his wife Grace 18 and six other strike breakers were being tnken to work at the mill All I wanted to do was protect my wife Glcmentson protested to detec tives I thought the crowd would tear us to pieces The shots rippedi through a can vas covering at the side of the truck and killed Clement Norwood 34 and Frank Milnor 18 who had come from other hosley factories to join the mass of pickets outside the Cam bria plant One man was wounded bysi bullet a woman was struck byTbuckshot and 19 other persons werelhjuried by llyirtgobjects during READY TO RESUME RUM WPROBE Federal Prosecutor Keyes Checks Up on Additional Information Rev Frielle Conaway pastor of the Chlchestor Memorial Presbyterian but it will be fair mid wanner to Church left his home at Boothwyn at 2 a in today for a hurried trip to nnweic a small town In Ohio where his mother was seriously Injured in jtn automobilii crash last night while M route here from her home In Iowa llev Conaway was accompained on his trip by William Dutton Accord Ing to a telegram the clergymuns mother was In company with Mr and Mrs Yelslcy who were to visit tun Boolhwyn pastor along wttK Mrs Conawny the latter being most seriously injured of the three 367lVOTERir ARE ENROLLED First Day Registration Light Democrats Fail to Register 1000 Enrollment of qualified electors on the first of three registration dnys yesterday was light despite the ap parent activity of recent weeks on the part of members of the various factions From the tola of 3611 voters en Republicans 919 Demo crats and 7 Is in dicated that the Republicanorganiza tion Is confident of averaging the usual enrollments on the two other days set aside for reglsUations Tues day September 5 aild Saturday Sep tember 16 Enrollments inthe 42 city precincts yesterday were as follows FAIR AND WARMER IN AREA TOMORROW Cloudy sltics arc predicted today ut It will be fair mid wanner to morrow in Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland The highest temperature Here yes terday was 10 at 145 pi in and the lowest was 64 at 645 a m Thu aver age of 70 was two degrees below normal lor the date and fourteen de grees below the average August 31 last year Maximum temperature for the date is 05 established In 1032 and minimum 5fl in 1912 Sunrise today was at 020 a m and sunset will be at 733 p m Eastern Daylight Saving time AIDINUlicOM FLWDREFUGEES Red Cross Home Service Section Makes Appeal for House Furnishings INVPIGATION IS DEMANDED BY COUNTY FARMERS Taken at Meeting of Milk Producers Held at Concordville Urge State and Federal Probe of Conditions Al leged to Exist in Area First operators employed by Meli and ob tained liquor buyk Later HomaappeVred before Judge Albert DuttonMacDade and pleaded guilty to Tthe chargei He was sen tenced tdserve from one and a half to three months in tije county Jail and to of andcosts Roma stated in the extortion letter that his arrest had cost him about He used the expression Continued on Pase Sixteen VIRGINIA VAN AVIE GUP EXMOOR COUNTRY CLUB HIGHLAND PARK in Van Wie Chicago der fending champion finished the first nine holes 6 up on Enid WilsonEngr lishchanipion in thesehnfinal round of the womens national golf cham pionship kl affairs will be called jORSfllWITHDRAWH 11 RAGES TODAY HAVApFEARS A TffiAL WAVE Violent Storm Lashes North Coast and Does Reported Damage JAPAN BUILDING WARSHIPS SECRETLY LONDON Sept current with published official re ports from Tokio that the Japanese Navy would disregard designs oE the United States in the Pacific the Daily Herald today declared in an undated story that Japan is building secret warships in excess of the lim its set by the London treaty The vessels being built the Herald stated are chambers for the crews because the health of the prospective seamen has been ne glected in efforts to obtain p maxi mum war efficiency According to the Herald sub marines are being built on a mass productionbasis with the component part of the craft being stored at the LYousuke and Kure naval bases When e ships are needed the parts w rapidlyby a new super led welding process TTQR AND WIFE JBED ON ROADWAY OT3VILLE Ky Sept revolvers two hign jian early today held up Dr iley Mulholland and his wife Mrs rence Mulholland of Springfield hear here robbed them of their automobile and of their moneyand left them standing on the roadside physician stripped of clothing The bandits sped toward Louisville one driving the Mulholland and i the other theirowny SUIT Those to Actressy With Pic ture of Poses Presented in Calif Court HOLLYWOOD Ro mancewhich Claire Windsor and a dashing young broker found lurking aboard a train was painted in vivid colors today as attor neys for Mrs Marian Read resumed their prosecution of a aliena tion of affections suitagainst the actress Love letters glowing with tender phrases were before j the middleaged jury in the plaint iffs at tempt to that her home life was wrecked when the actress accepted the love of AlfredG Read Jr vThe screen actress claims she did not knowReadwas married when she first accepted his kisses and then she understood he would be divorced as ei continued showering her with Refreshed by several weeks vaca tion at his home in Kansas Special Deputy United States Attorney Gen eral Chet A Keys today began to complete the probe in alleged corrupt conditions in this county and to pre pare for the tiial of the 96 indicted on June 29 The dynamic prosecutor delved into a new pile of information amassed during his absence by his agents and as the result of tha additional in formation it is expected that several additional indictments will be re turned before the Grand Jury dis bands Itis said the new information involves residents of the Darby and Upper Darby sectorsthat escaped un theoriginai probe will not go on trail with the it tpday j They will face separate charges of violations of the prohibition act or other law they may be accused of having broken The original indictments are re on September MB the day before theprimary1 election Whether the trial will be started on that date or later is problematicbut It is a foregone conclusion that the trial will consume the greater part of the month If the 96 are placed on trial at one time the selection of a jury might consume the greater part of the week as each defendant is allowed six chal lenges and each defendant challeng ing the limit would mean 576 who could be objected to by defense counsel Then there will be an array of legal talent it being stated that the cream ofEastern Pennsylvania has been engaged by the defense 1st Prednct 85 2nd Precinct 83 3rd Precinct 120 4th Precinct rf 29 5th Precinct 71 Second 1st Precinct 76 2nd Precinct 100 3rd Precinct 20 4th Precinct 71 5thPrecinct 38 Third 1st Precinct 100 2nd Precinct 90 3rd Precinct 38 Fourth 1st Prcciiict 45 2nd Precinct 78 Fifth 1st Precinct35 2nd Precinct 11 3rd Precinct 33 4th Precinct 42 Sixth 1st Precinct G6 2nd PVechict 33 Dem NP One of the letters Read wrote after in New York in 1931 was readNby an attorney Walter J Little representing Mrs Read I picture with me it said only wish I had those beau tiful and long eyelashes now Hope your ankle is better What you need is another rub down from slmeone that is very much iu love with Little cleared his throat He glanced 3rd Precinct Seventh 1st 2rici Precinct 3id Precinct 4th precinct Eighth 46 53 97 7E 30 1st Piccinct 62 2nd Precinct i r 91 3rd Precinct 76 4th Precinct 37 Ninth 1st Precinct 138 2nd Precinct 150 3rd Precinct v 100 4th Precinct 77 Tenth 1st Precinct 62 2nd Precinct 84 3rd Precinct 48 Eleventh 1st Precinct 65 2nd Precinct 84 3rd Precinct 4th Precinct 23 5th Precinct 26 MASTER BARBERS APPROVE NRA CODE 19 24 23 10 3 S2 14 21 24 11 n 9 21 18 is en 13 27 21 7 7 19 35 91 31 55 23 3 15 27 13 29 13 21 11 17 12 21 21 12 12 Appeals by the local Home Scrvlc section of the American Red Cross for furniture for the victims of tin floods in upper Tiiilcum townsUlj when the wutcis have receded sum cicntly to permit thorn to return t their homes have met with some sue cess There Is still lugrcat domain however for articles of furniture which might bo classed as strict ne cessities in making a npme livable Red Cross headquarters in the Deshong Tcfntlv street nnd Edgmont avenue Is being stocked with a supply of used furnishlnys do nated by persons In the community who are enger to be of asslstnnce The needs of the seventeen families who last practically every household possession lire extensive It is not known just when nil the families can return to the the supply of necessities In furniture should be available for use on brief notice by the townshipofficials that the fam ilies can return tothe task oC rces One of tlie most difficult tasks with which those assisting In the relief jwork will be fuccd In supplying the j used furnishings to the flood area I dwellers will be the lack of beds and mattresses At the present time the refugees nre using cots loaned to the Red Cioss ns an emergency measure by the Philadelphia Quartermaster Department Depot of the United States Army When the residents returnto their homes they will not be permitted to take the cots with them Beds of all types sire needed from childrens cribs small cots or double bcdsi Any bed In good use able condition which might be donated to lhe Red Cross will be appreciated by those In charge of providing for flood refugees Those who can help may call the Red Cross offices when offering beds or other useful fufrtlshlngs NEWLY PAVED ST OPENED TO TRAFFIC Despite the fact that the open hearing on the milk question has been postponed to Monday September 11 farmers of Dclawaie County met last evening In the Grange Hall Cori cordville mid passed a resolution de manding that an Investigation of mlllc conditions In Pennsylvania be corf ducted by the State Depaitment of Justice In conjunction with the Fed eral Department of Justice This resolution was modified to ex clude us investigatorsany stockhold ers In the Interstate Milk Producers Association or the National Dairy Products Council John McSparran Secretary of Agriculture and a stock holder In the Interstate was criticized y speakers as being unfit to carry hrougli such an investigation The meeting was presided over by homas WUlcpx of Chester Heights nd the principal speakers were homas Johnson treasurer of 3elcuvare County Milk Producers and Consumers Association William Glesi on member of the Regional Com ulitee for Action and Harry H Hey urn former Slat Representative flic meeting was primarily called to ircpare diiiry farmers fpr the coni ng battle at the open hearing to Ih truot them In what has been done by their delegates in thepreliminary ncctings held In Philadelphia and o outline the procedure which wijl be followed by the farmers and their lelegntcs There vveie approximately 75 farmers present atthe meeting nat evening Feeling among the dairymen is one of dogged determination A strike s the last thing we want to use said H H Heyburn at his dairy farm but if we do not get what we are after at this open hearing and are not given some consideration in Washington we shall be forced to strike We dontwant to but we will resort to such means if necessary Whnl we want isa squaredeai Mr Hcybum outlined these wishes of his of Residents of East Eighteenth stree and many others from adjaconi streets In the residential section turned out last evening to join with Mayor William Ward Jr in the formal opening of the recently paved section of Eighteenth street between Providence avenue and Edgmont ave nue Mayor Ward and members of ell council were present to take part m the brief ceremonies which marked the completion of a civic Improvement long negded and grpatly appreciated by those present for the opening ex J crclscs Continued on page Sixteen SOLDfERloLLEDlN FIGHT OVER WOMAN FOR11 KNOXvlKy Sept i Members of the Good Will Fire Company No 2 were at the scene of activities with thelf apparatus cspe Totals 2745 919 RENDERS SUICIDE VERDICT HAVANA Cuba Sept violent storm lashed Cuba today especially along the north coast It was last reported eastward of Ma tanzas moving generally westward ahdwas expected to strike here today All wires were down east of Santa The storm was reported to have caused great damage in Matanzos Province The population abandoned the Port of Isabela De Sagua on the north coast of Santa Clara Province fleeing into the interior for safety It was re ported that water was inundating the Port of Jucaro on the south coast and that the people were fleeing It was difficult to establish tele phone with outlying districtsof Havana Torrential rain was falling The people heeding the storm warning were battening doors and windows here and hospitals pre pared for anyemergency The National Observatory warned that Havana might be in danger from a possible tidal wave Shortly before noovi Havana was virtually in darkness under ominous blackclouds The wind velocity in creased terrifically knd there was no visibility from shore An amateur observer gave the barometer reading as 2972 and esti mated thestorm was moving north westward at about ten miles an hour The Department of Communications was informed that wires were down in Oriente end Santa Clara provinces and only meager service was main tained as far asGascajal on the MatailzasSanta Clara frontier Riversweregradually swelling en dangering cropsand livestock An observer at Matanzas reported the storm was moving towards Key West and Miami JohnJ Stetser a local attorney addressed the Master Barbers Asso ciation of Chester arid Vicinity at a meeting held last night in the audi torium of St Georges Hall 1009 West Third street He explained the many features in the National Recovery Act Michael Reps also an attorney of was another speaker He represented the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce and urged co operation between the barbers and the NRA Besides a large turnout of master barbers in Chester delegations were present from Marcus Hook Ridley Park Essington Lester Upland and practically all the Negro master bar bers of this city The code prepared by the associa tion was unanimously adopted and it was voted to delegate Michael De r Cillio president of the organization Two small sistfers Mildred and who presided at the meeting to take Lsnore Bateman fUXe and eight years it to and present it to of age respectively Vsustained brush lhe officiak of the NRA burns when they weVe run by steps wcre also taken to prepare an automobile at TwAlfth street and a charter for the organization under Morton avenue yestelday afternoon Both were treated foil their injuries READING Pa Sept death of Edward J Dives 50 Reading businessman and former 440yard in tercollegiate running champion was attributed to suicide todayby W H Ammarell Berks county coroner De pressed over financial reverses Dives fired thefatal shot into his mouth the coroner said Continued on Page Sixteen TWO LITTBE GIRLS INJURE BY AUTO at the Chester Hospital which the members will be accorded sick health and death benefits as well as protection in regards to fair deal by William Kelly fcf 109 North Clifton avenue Clifton iHcights who took the children to thcl hospital and then reported the accidint to police The Only reported to police yesterday was at Third and Flower streets Frank E SKminer 821 East Fourteenth street Vinforming police that a car owned by Miller 321 Flower street rartamed the reaiv of his automobile damaging a left fender Summer said the Other driver refused lo show his caros ler will probably be summoheoj plain the actions of the person driv ing his car at the time of thfe acci dent MEMORIAL SHAFT WILL BE ERECtTED It was decided that all members will close their shops on Monday La bor Day all day GET HIGH SCHOOL READY FOR STUDENTS A memorial shaft ere ted to the memory of deceased war v xirans Is planned for the Heart cemeteryLihwood and It is possible that it maybe dedicated ion Armistice Day The plan was conceived by seweral parishioners and former and a meeting will be called Vnext week weekto discuss the project and appoint committees to carry outu the plans The various veterans orafcni zatloKs of the city with the plan At the Chester High School Ninth and Fulton streets duringthe past ocniple of weeks janitors andcleaners have been busy preparing the building for the reception of students on open ing day September 7 All new students entering the ninth grade are required to report in the assembly room on the morning of September 7 at 830 oclock and all new students in the tenth grade will report In the assembly room at 930 ocjock The above requirement1 are only for new students in these grades Students who have attended classes nt the school prior to this year and are termed old students will report at 1030 oclock on the opening day U S TREASURY WASHINGTON Sept The treasury net balance Aug 30 was MisceMneous international revenue receipts for the day were re ceipts for the month through Auf were CHESTER PIKE NRA CAMPAIGN Colonels for District Housetohouse Canvass Named at Meeting Men and women leaders of the NRA campaign in the Chester pike sec tion met last evening for the discus sion ofplans for the housetohouse canvass which will be made to enlist consumers under the Blue Eagle The meeting was held in the office of Dr Ernest W Dodd Chester pike Nor wood Robert Walls Major Gen eral of the mens division pre sided MrsAlfred A Crooks Major General of the womens division took an active partand reported the appointment of the following Colo nels for her division For Sharon Hill Mrs Charles Fleming Folcroft Mrs Charles Uhler Glenolden Mrs Edward Parry Ridley Park Mrs A F Woodle JrDarby Township Mrs Harry Dll lan Colllngdale Mrs H D Koch Norwood Mrs Albert Cross The women leaders with their teams of workers will assist the mens teams in making the housetohouse canvass the territory covered to be shared equally between them Colo nels of the mens division Include Edwin Roberts for Sharon Hill Dr Kimber E Vought Folcroft Henry V Buse Ridley Park H Walter Weaver Darby Township John A Smith Collingdale Elmer Nittinger Norwood F L Hulsh Glenolden Following the enthusiastic meeting held early this week In Glenolden public school dates have been ar ranged for similar meetings In other communities On Tuesday evening September 5 the public school in Prospect Park wil be the scene of a NRA meeting In the Norwood school the meeting will brheld on the evening of Tuesday September 12 Wednesday September 20 has been i dally groomed for the occasion At the opening signal the firemen formed in line and marched over the new paving which the chief executive of the city declared open to the traffic The paradcrs marched the length of the street twice before disbanding A number of the householders had decked the fronts of their homes with flags and bunting for the occasion At the conclusion of the parade Mayor Ward in an informal address told his hearers something about the recently completed project and of his plans for similar work in other sec tions of the city such improvement is needed He expressed his gratitude to all who responded to announce ments for the activities and to the men who had taken part in the parade 2 SUSPECTSKILLED ESCAPING POLICE and killed In a taxIcAb near here early tdday by Private William field 23 who icsentcd Hails atten tions to Mrs Beddlngficld i The three were returning from Iidulsvllle a quarrel arose Hall wns shot through the tiend and his body was tossed out of the cab into a ditch v O GCundlff 30 the Tea b driver brought Beddlngficld and his wife back to Louisville and surrendered them to police BeddlnEflcld was charged with murder and the woman and Cundiff with accessory to mur der NEWSPAPERlSQYS TO VISIT MUSEUM SHIP The Chester Times boys will be the guests of Captain Thomp son and the newspaper tonight when they will view the wonder i ship at Edgmontavenue plerand the many species of the Inhabitants of tropical waters The boys will assemble at tba circulation department of the Times at 715 oclock tonight Topics of Ti mes Motor bandit patrolmen shot and killed two suspected automobile thieves in West Philadelphia early today when the latter attempted to escape from an automobile The suspects both Negroes were dead when patrolmen arrived at Presby terian Hospital with them One was identified as Joseph Tilson 27 Police reported that the two men were seen to enter a parked car near Fortysecond and Chestnut streets As they started the machine and drove off two motor bandit patrol men ordered them to halt They jumped from the car and started to run One was shot through the ncad and the other through the neck They fell side by side on the sidewalk Superintendent Jim Deaveriport says R is hard to prosecute nudists Wa agree that it is hard to get anything on cm A tombstone In a nearby cemetery placed over a dentist reads I am filling my last cavity We could suggest an epitaph for the tombstone of a fellow who drank himself to death It would be Tins is on me UU 1C AufoSOlc assigned to Collingdale AD these gatherings eminent who will have last minute i on the progress of the canrfuign both locallysnd nationally heard Mr Oyster Makes His Appearance Be an NRA booster dont be ft shyster You ran help ihe cause now by an oyster Yes starting today many more thousands found employment by harvesting the crop of oysters which yearly make their appear ance on September l September as you know is the first month with an R in itsspell ing since early spring and an oyster in an Rless month is not the vogue This morning Jarge shipments arrived in this city and proprietors of oyster bars and res taurants throughout the county purchased their share Oysters in every style were on the menus to day and the falling on Friday there was a large1 demand lor the tf Theres no truth in the rumor that Ktngfish Huey or LonK got his black eye at the big picnic Wednesday Although he could hava been easily accommodated Fat Charlie the West End Mayor says many a man has quit drinklnj because of the wife and kidneys And Big Slim Little Dicks part ner tells us that in poker a good deal depends on a good deal Since men found itso hard to find employment many a man has been living by the sweat of his frau Some men are so conceited that many a woman would like to buy him at her price and sell him at hia price A fellow at a local cabaret asked a girl the other night if he could have the last dance with her She told himhe Just had it How quickly the little ones grow up remarks a West End father Yes you no sooner get through sitting 119 with them than youre sitting up for them The Weather AVASHINGTON Sept The weather forecast Western JPenii tonight and slightly warmer in west portlom to night Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey tonight and Saturday Littte change In temperature   

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