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Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 4, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania WI DO OUM PART 57TH 17088 Daily Leased Wire Reports ot Ujilted and international News Service UP FINAL EDITION With All and Beat Newt of the Day TROPIC STORM HITS FLORIDA COAST TOWNS Hurricane Moves Inland at West Palm Beach Com munications Down Roars in From the Baha mas Accompanied by Terrific Winds TAMPA Fla Sept tropical storm which struck the east coast of Florida with a 100milean hour velocity at midnight moved northwestward toward the GuU of Mexico with diminishing velocity to day The hurricane at 8 a m was centered slightly northwest of Lake Okeechobee and moving slowly toward Tampa W W Talbott U S meteoro logist here reported WEST PALM BEACH Fla Sept 4 hurricane moved inland at 2 a m EST today after lashing the Florida coast from here to Fort Pierce 100 miles to the north Com munications were down to Fort Pierce and towns between It was feared damage had been heavy Inland towns to the west were in the grip of the storm Red Hill ly miles from here was held in a 60 mile wind which seemed to be in creasing in intensity The barometer was dropping rapidly This town was without communi cation with the outside world for more than two hours while fierce winds estimated to be reaching a velocity of 100 miles an hour in gusts ripped through the streets A hasty check indicated damage was com paratively slight No deaths were re ported and only two injuries A youth was blown through a plate glass window and a woman had a small piece of debris blown against her ankle The hurricane roaring in from the Bahamas was following a course al most due west The Florida coast from Miami to Fort Piercs had been given warning and homes and buildings were boarded up against the winds Fort Lauderdale 75 miles south vas without communications At 1230 a m when lines were severed a 30 mile wind was blowing and the barometer had dropped three points wjthin a half hour Miami farther south experienced gale winds of 40 to 50 miles an hour Fear was felt here for the towns of Jupiter Stuart and Fort Pierce all to the north it was believed ths center of the storm passed north of hjrc but how far was a matter of conjecture Stuart is half way be tween here and Fort Pierce The freighter Western Sword shorn o her propeller by the hurricane was anchored off the Florida coast riding out heavy seas and the screaming wind She was beliaved safe Thousands fled tlie district between Miami and Fort Piercs when the storm warnings were given Those who remained boarded up their homes and took every possible precaution against loss of life and property dam age Miami was south of the main force of the storm Gale winds of 40 and 50 miles an hour were reported there Special trains evacuated approxi mately 6000 persons from the inland CHESTER PA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1933 HAVANA SCENE AFTER HURRlCANlTsWEPT CUBA seen the Nacional Hotel MOTOR PATROL TO VMTCOUNTY Authorities to Review First Aid Unit of Keystone Auto Club COUNTY VICTIM OF NAZI ATTACK Continued on Last Page ATTENDED ANNUAL SESSIONS IN CHICAGO George H Staus of 114 West Twentythird street past sachsm of Tuscarora Tribe No 29 Improved Order of Red Men and an officer of the State Haymakers Association Harry W Bergdoll of 2210 West Third street Joseph C Smith of 601 West Sixth street and Clarence Mc Cain of 292 East Twentysecond street have returned to their homes from Chicago III where theywere in attendance at the sessions of the Na tional Haymakers Association last week While in Chicago they visited the Century of Progress WILL NAME DELEGATES J Francis Bridge will be chairman of the weekly meeting of the Kiwanis Club to be held Wednesday noon at the Y C A building Seventh and Sproul streets One of the im portant features of the meetingwill be the election of delegates to rep resent the club at the State Con vention to be held on October 2 3 and 4 at Washington Pa HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By UnUtd Press AT ROCKINGHAM Lcbam Daisy Cutler War Saint Memories Dear Tri strap Luck In Rajjlown Belle Heathen Muskoday PatJdock ijlareve Happy Hope Buzzinr Around Town Square Capshcaf i John Masked Jester Buni Kalow Goofus I tf7Flaptone iMorsjl AClotho A Kcdrcss Wcstys Junior Sun Shadow Sncro Primuic Weather raining rack sloppy AT LINCOLN FIELDS 1Cayuga Swifty Harum Scarum Wayward Lad Well Heeled Sun Thorn Votan Monks Bela Hob nail Bunting Indian Salute Fire i Star Dogmata Athene Owen Liti tic Joyce Gay Follies I Knight Pancho Lopez Sun Memory Sarazcn 3d Brisrht Knot IVJiss Marr AWacochc C Lady Mary Dust Girl Gramaryc Eveline F Brown nisom Scandal Sheet Happy Weslhcr clear rack fast Delaware county willbe visited by the new Motor Pairo of the Keystone Automobile Club on Wednesday 1 Howard Gallagher manager of the Delaware county division oip the club i and Earl W Clark manager of the i upper Darby division have made ar rangements with various municipal officsrs and police departments to review ths Patrol when it passes through the communities Mavor Ward will preside at the review in Chester at 11 oclock The first aid road service of the club was formally inaugurated last week when Governor Pinchot re viewed the Patrol at Harrisburg The appearance of the men on the high ways has elicited many favorable comments and ths club is in receipt of numerous messages of congratulaj Another nn 4inu I TWO SUSPECTS AREIDENTIFIED Police Expect to Connect Young Men With Nu merous Robberies CHESTER HIGH GRADUATE NAZI ATTACK VICTIM Samuel Bossard Studying in Berlin Germany Is Beaten by Youths BAILEYS TROUBLES ARK MULTIPLYING the county prison a lew toys KKO having boon convicted f driving charec at ho i court Harry n was held in Father PlansFormally to File Protest With State1ullrieith Department llcciiw was revoked vas hi poscsslon r wo pints of moomlmir iKiuor when anrstcd He was examined bv Dr iJR BAGSHAW SR DIES SUDDENLY 0 police officials be possibly linked with other robberies in this i county The culprits Joseph McFad I den 21 years old of Frankford ave nue Philadelphia and James Clark Voltintcer Fire man KxOlTicial Victim of Heart Attack m uy A Chaster High School graduate Is ho ccrtltutt that lie the latest victim of a Nazi assault in Berlin Germany According to re ports received here Saturday Samuel Brcnnan Bassard 21 years old whose home is on the Middlctown road near Kiiowlton road Middlctown township was publicly slugged on the i ilreoUi of Berlin last Thursday night Robert L rossartt father of the I young man was deeply Incensed when ho first heard of the attack It Ls outrageous he exclaimed and I shall certainly protest to Washing ton fa Staler 35 he thought the matter over and learned that the attack had been made by youths between the ages of 17 and 19 years his anger cooled At first I intended to write direct to President Roosevelt Mr Bossard declared but I shall make my protest to tin State Department At 1115 oclock last Thursday night young Bossard said he was returned to thc Hotel Westphal on Strescmann Strassc On the other side of the street was a procession of boys be onging to the Hitler Jugend thc Hit ler youth organization Young Bos sard waited for the procession to pass and then darted across the street to his hotel One of the marchers knocked him down Bossard said and four or five others jumped on him Protesting that he was an American he tried to show his passport When a police man approached the officer refused to intervene Bossard declared The youths ijuries were limited to severe bruises Ths next morning he reported ths attack to the Ameri can Consulate GUNNING LICENSES READY TOMORROW Dunning Jicemcs will go on sale tomorrow morning at the office of tne county treasurer In tho court house at Media As visual the fee Ls for each license A revision of thc law made by the last session of the Legislature mo vldos that each applicant for n Hunters license establish hLs identity 10 thc satisfaction of tlio authori ties Issuing the license This mny be done by producing a bunk book letter lodge cards automobile tlrlv 011 a license or some similar positive menus of identification Tho treasurers ofllcc also requires that riaUiraliMd citizens exhibit their miturallzatlon papers when npnlyiijE for n hunters license FORD PLANS TO IGNOREJVRACODE Indications He Plans to Permit Tuesday Deadline to Pass Unnoticed IllU although recently it was announced be compelled to nag The attack on Bossard was the thirtysecond assault on American citizens JAiIjs R SR A heart attnc suffered at 330 a m yesterday proved fatal to James n Bagshaw aged 73 well known volunteer fireman civic leader and former official who died at his PRICE TWO CENTS LABORTODAY JOINS CAPITAL IN NRA DRIVE Leaders Call on Workers for Full Partnership With Employers President of the U S Chamber of Commerce Comments on Open Shop WASHINGTON Sept 4Jubllant labor saluted today as the full dawn of a new era for the American Wrfkcr government capital and employe joined in unprecedented war against economic foes Historically significant by virtue ot o NR cTovts under for M to jobs for a 1 lho usually quiet holiday were positively identified while exer Young Bossard graduated from Bngsliaw who had been in an hester High school and scent on arose summoned but Qlcd to to comments both on the Tppearance oncd of me men who are stalwart six lantic CityShbrtlVitter His Sunday morning August 20 Other I county robberies are being checked Mr Bagshaw fallc j with the cxpjctation that two may pac medical treatment Whteh INSTRUCTIONS ARE A large touring car was found In GIVEN TO TE AfHFRCJaIwRys a Prominent figure He vji r iserved as the first president of the DeJawrrc County Firemens Associa Ur David A Ward anrj nt the time of his death of city schools has issued thc hekl vice presidents chair and Winy HI f nvmat inn t rv nil i rm t Hn In ii n n cnt i ILU i ourti w L looters and the purpose of the serv ice TjeParo1 already has more than justified its existence said Mr Weeks Every man has rendered numerous services to motorists The expressions of appreciation arc very gratifying to us indicating that the Patrol has already won lavor with ths motoring public CLOUDY SUES MAR HOLIDAY As previously explained no tips T in be accepted by patrolmen for Kam Fails to Deter the leir work and no KnliHtnHnn nf uj jtt ji WAiJlCU HJL their work and no solicitation of memberships can be made on the basis of services rendered Further more the patrolmen are not enforce ment officers Their job is Jo render first and and they are fully competent to form that duty USED INSECT POWDER INSTEAD OF FLOUR Fried eggplant dusted with Labor Day Vacationists Business Places Closed Today Labor Day is marked by the i Pressed in the county in which idleness of the wheels of industryI occurred plants throughout the county being closed many since Friday evening affording employes a threeday holi day Stores and office buildings have been closed since Saturday afternoon and evening Mall deliveries are limited to spj j pBpiauu ausiea with a ueuvurics are limited to sp powdered insecticide was ths causa cial deliveries and perishable pro lor ths violent illness of three Mar ducts Transportation employes are vehicle cus Hook residents Saturday I working on a Sunday schedule Miss Anna Richardson of 10 Mari Despite ths inclemency of Silllll mot Viiiniivrnir nf j Two weeks ago it is alleged these two men stole an automobile from Richard Weston in Media drove down Baltimore pike nearly ran the two aforementioned deputies off the road at Clifton abandoned the car on City Line stuck up a restaurant crs in be no the opening day I vegetable for un or lu Mar uu inclemency ot the preparing the weather hundreds of residents of this anri in HOT city are eniovinir brief soinnrnc at dinner and in owuuic iui uiiiiiur ana in her rtic iujuyjng anei sojourns a haste picked up a bag containing as seashore mountain and country re she thought flour sorts Thc annual Labor nvnri Ll m li she thought flour She dusted thc slices of eggplant with the supposed flour and prepared them for dinner After dining Miss Richardson her brother John 55 and Harry Weiss a boarder became seriously ill of the Marcus Hook Fire Company was summoned and conveyed John the most seriously affected to the Chester Hospital where his condition was said to be were treated physician and boarder neighborhood investigation disclosed that the in secticide wasin a bag similar to thc one that Miss Richardson kept flour in and in her haste did not notice the mistake of using the contents of the wrong bag FINES IMPOSED FOR VIOLATION Several Chester merchants wee arrested on Friday and fined before proprietor and fled in another stolen ahicle Fridays attempted robbery makes the eighth or ninth time withir the past two years that the Hilltop serv ice station has been broken into but due to the vigilance of Fred T Sin MI uAuuui nott the proprietor and the work of Saturday morning and conj the Media police ten men have been tmucd throughout the day Buses I apprehended in connection with eicht and grains from this city carried caI attempts This time it was Officer Kclley Schultz and Higgins who ap prehended the culprits they found hiding under a counter IN DEATH OF BOY A coroners jury sitting at an quest at the Griffith Chapel in Nor wood Saturday rendered a verdict of accidental death in the case of fouryearold Daniel Liberate son of Mr nnd Mrs Frederick Liberato of Berkeley Ridley township who yesterday in Taylor 7 uciuie crppsrn a local magistrate at a hearing Satur in the day morning in a test case regarding a violation of state law the conducted by the State Health Department pacity loads A few independent stores are all that remain open for business today chain stores and lavgsr establishments following the custom of proceeding years by closing for the hoiday psriod Those so unfortunate as to be un able to go away for ths holiday have made preparations for having their picnics at home This was noted by increased orders in the ice cream line and the large purchases in delicates sen and cold meat products Labor Day while affording a re spite from business for many adults only brings the children that much nearer school classes and this day usually marks a change in the kid dies because of this fact Police took special measures in pa trolling highways and adjacant county roads because of the in creased vehicle traffic but dressas In the afternoon each principal will hold a meeting of the individual teaching staffs in the school build ings at 2 p m for the final assign ment of wort and the completion of plans for the opening of thc schools the following day At the Jni 7 WWU113 V11L I vJ4L4Vlll O IJ 111 JI ILIIQ uiiuLuwH wnen local police following information to all teach E1vccl tho law and legislative com led Lichtens home thcy learned icrs regarding the program for teachI mttec of the association Since early ha had been one of the institute day which will be held I hacl bcen a member of ucams of tha recsnt storm at At on Wednesday this week the Moyamcnsing Hook and Ladder ic City Shortly after his death A meeting of all teachers will be Company of the local department car was stolen It was reclaimed hejd in the high school buildinc innci llul faithfully served in the fnday afternoon by relatives Police Ninth and Fulton streets at 1030 onics nl lnf T i MnpILthe vs Probably used by a m and every teacher and princi M 2remand Glark m thc lootingj Pal must be Present An interesting o nic Hilkop station last week and instructive program has been McFadden and Clark are now in j arranged with two speakers of the Media jail awaiting the outcome Prominence scheduled to make ad of pones investigations They will be given a hearing before Magistrate Fred T Coopsr tomorrow morning and will be charged with breaking and entsring larceny of automobile vestons and possession of stolen automobile The charge of stealing the Lichten car will be organiaztion In the headquarters of thc Moyamensing Company there is an attractive recre ation room donated to the members of the company by their friend and comrade Mr Bagshaw For a num Continucil on Last Fngc WOULDBE SUICIDE HAULED FROiM RIVER What police described as a would rescued from the 0 supplies will be placed by the teach houseboat South Seas threw 50 starting classas on to The the iff man a life preserver neardrowning victim was as John Smith 50 of each day of the year in the regular police tcachm periods as in drafting thc school calendar for 1933 to 1934 the number of teaching days has been reduced almost to the minimum re and j was admitted to the Chester Hov utilizing j pilal to where he was removed by Louis Smith was pacing the deck of the houseboat when he heard a spiash and then a man cry for help He thrrw tha life preserver in the MARQUETTB Mich Sept 4 Copyrlght 1033 by the United Press Ford plans to Ignore thc NRA when tic deadline for his slcn mg the automobile code Is reached Tuesday the United Press was In formed lu a reliable quarter today It is probable thc United Press was old that Ford would allow tho dead line to pass without notice and make no explanation of his failure to slcii ttic code He must sign by midnight luesclay If he is to signify His volun tary compliance with the terms of the automobile code Ford does not Intend to leave Die seclusion of thc Huron Mountain Club until thc end of this week at the earliest It was said Several days before DID nulomoblle code was drawn up In Detroit earlier lu the summer General Hutrh S Johnson talked with Ford at Dear born He sold Pord assured him of ins willingness to coopwatc with the government Since thtn there has been no official Intimation of Fords altitude Ford remained Inside the club grounds today but Saturday he drove I twice to the straggling village of Big Bay where he communicated with his Detroit offices by telephone PAROCHIALTSCHOOLS REOPEN TOMORROW Parochlnl schools In this counlv reopen tomorrow the six schools In this city having been prepared for the 3000 children who will turn their yacation fun and eturn to the study of the three Rs The only Catholic High School In tni city St Roberts will not reopn until Thursday the same time the public schools will again start to function Both public and parochial schools arc expecting record enrollments but it is expected that there will be a decrease In the high school enroll ments as employment has increased under thc NRA and scores of pupils who secured work during the summer months will continue to earn a liveli hood Rev Dr John Boimer diocesan superintendent of parochial schools returned to his deck last week after spending the summer in the west re cuperating from a severe Illness suf fered last spring The appointment of Rev Joseph G Sangmclster J C D as second assistant suucrlntendent of schools was recently announced He suc ceeds Rev Raymond A J Ryder J C D who was transferred to the faculty of the Seminary of St Charles Borromeo in Ovcrbrook HAEGERNAES SWE HAEGERNAES Sweden Sept Charles A Lindbergh and Mrs Lindbergh arrived today from Denmark They landed at thc Naval Airdrome shortly after 3 p m Swed ish ju jiu mj me nrtscrver H y M and additional vacadirection from which the cries turn days have been added in the emanate and then called rjolice intcreUoi Sergeant Peterson and Patrolmen TWO Stewart and Pedrick drove to the 1 U scene foot of Edgmont avenue TJV i whcrc thcy secureci a rowboat After iJJUrvnu I AUlUa searching around in the darkness they located the wouldbesuicide Two children one a Nggro were i hnd We preserver slightly injured when struck by auto nrounI hm he lapsed into mobiles in different sections of ths i No reason for his city last evening John Comachio 2 years old was struck when he ran from the side i attempt was learned vT IN A 4 WTilL I 11C alUL JL Jk 1 vyau in front of his home 108 West TriOM A PTATr mio Fifteenth street against the side of a Al IlNG ESCAPES e a car operated y John Robb Fif teenth street and Edgmont avenue Robb took the youngster to the Crocr Hospital where he was treated and DALLAS Tex Sept Harvey J Bailey notorious Kansas gunmanconvict charged in the kid naping of Charles F Urschel escaped in oayiur s wospitai Ridley Park as a result of admitted for observation uisunui cscaui injuries received in an automobile Tho othcr accident happened at ram the Dallas county jailtoday boulevard on Ninth street and Central avenue He fled in an automobile owned August 26 The inquest was con Charles Dorsey 8 Negro of 927 Eel by Nick Trcsp ducted by Coroner J Evans Schcehle wards street sustained brush burns Trcsp is the turnkev jailer Other Edward Wynn of Ridley Park i felccl by a car driven bv Morris than that authorities at the office of nf tlip rov Pnunilcnn ci rt thit Car was The merchants in question were charged with using water ice of a certain concern to keep the product of other manufacturers This offense has been widely practiced throughout this community and the state au fe several warn arn ings that they will retain their vigil ance until the misuse of the con tainers ceases Many merchants have been ignor ant of the fact that they are breaking a state law and were quick to take so far Thc Company the Philadelphia the Delaware River bridge and the TaconyPalmyra bridge all noted an increase in traffic over the weekend Special arrangements have boon made by most of these companies for the handling of the returning crowds this evening r ui me UHI was exonerated of u I blame in connection with the childs Sas giving west on Ninth T QC3tfl been v accidents Ferry ferries iMui i inii v4Liiui itn HL UlG OII1CC Ol son of Wilmington Del who SherifT Smoot Schmid would not re HIRE TWINS TO FOIL BABY LABOR LAW j nllV4 wcit mjlls lo aKe HOLLYWOOD Sept advantage of thc experience of the California law a baby may work only I merchants who were fined two hours a day I At the Fox studio they arc T motion picture in which an infant i plays a role The director said he i couldnt get the picture finished with those kind of hours so he hired CARDINAL Cardinal Dougherty yesterdav in Cgrceccl sisterMrs Frank T Boylan of Bywood and her daughter Dorothy 10 on their return from a two months pilgrim age to Rome and Lourdes He was accompanied to the pier by Mrs Boylans husband twins The new actors are Pat and Harry cd four anrt onehalf months the sons of Harry Bowen screen comedian Thcy are going to work two hours each on one role Tomorrow Second Registration Day Tomorrow is the second of the fall registration days To vote in the primary election on September 19 it is necessary that a voter be enrolled as a member of a political party Registration will qualify an elector for the ballot in November when the state will pass judgment on repeal of thc Eighteenth Amendment and the electors will vote on the question of permitine Sunday baseball and football Registrars will be on duty from 9 a m to 1 p m 2 p m to p m and 8 p m to U p m Day light Saving time To register itis necessary to show a receipt show ing payment of state or county tax within two years A poll tax receipt may be purchased at the polling places ivi 11 veal thr method of escape No shots Dorsey boy was treated for Ills were fird iniunes at the Chester Hospital Time of the escape was civcn v Both drivers were technically ar 710am rested and wore discharged whrn Dopuiips Ed H Morrow and C W police court today Young found locked in cells said walked outside th mto small sedan A mild form of picketing was in Ttlc dcPlltles id Bailey locked evidence Saturday morninl before ln lho cn and forcctl TrcsP to the entrance to a beautv lr The convict and catcd or East Eighth street ncnr Edpmont avenue where a sandwich man paraded before the establish ment bearing a sign asking that no one patronize the shop and charg ing the establishment with noncon formance with the practices set forth m the NRA code OT7 101 UI TRUCK STALLED IX Dunne the week ending August 30 neon the Bureau of Highway Patrol I and Safety at Harrisburg withdrew i the cards of 104 drivers Of this num k loaded with six ber 19 were revoked nnd 85 were steers became mired in a sewer ditch pendrd Withdrawals were 31 more at Second and Lamokin streets yes COPENHAGEN Sept Bound on what may prove to be a return flight to the United States by way of thc Azores Colonel Charles A Lindbergh and Mrs Lindbergh hopped off from tha naval airport here today The Colonel refused to reveal his destination but thc fact he took a capacity load of fuel aboard before starting led locally toa belief he may be attempting the return flight Some time alter leaving the naval field the Lindbergh plane Wtts sighted over the Kastriip Military Airport Lindbergh was following the same southward route used by com mercial air liners to Holland LT A CHT NEAR CAPE HENRY nP r ie end of the lirst six months ot Hie nooscvcJt New Deal llls way to he the comparative quiet r Jvkl Collcl count numerous of advance in his campaign to win over thp enemies of trade and March WhCh he SCt in Pausing today while the countrys millions availed themselves of their ii rP 1g at summers holiday joys ch eftalns or the nations called on labor to Join fully into a iwrtnersliip with employers for tha success of the recovery drive Secretary Perkins recounting tha NRA and Us objectives said if T were taken ihouJd all come out of this stuiggle in the good oldfnshloned American way of victory William Green president of tha American Federation of Labor for His Labor Day message to ths feci ccns millions urged unionization and organisation to Rain full bene He said inhn f tho of aboi the National Rccoveiy Admin istration would be fatally handi capped Never did the union have a IV0 u111 or constriictve function than it does in our national emer gency It is essential to the formulation of codes and to their administration so as to cany out the purposes at the recovery program Workers out side of unions will be unable to par t c pate and by their failure to par t clpale will lessen the Influence of the organized groups Green voiced the thanks of labor for issistanca icndsred during the depression and added ycavf depression with runnlnB lno figures never before equaled in the United States have put ail of us in a thoughtful mood Whether we are employes or employers we are anxious to a man to find a way out of our present plight In the shortest time possible Defends Industries of of tha United States came to the support of the industries seeking the inclusion of the socalled merit or onen Bives the employer tho to hire and fire employes re gardless of membership or nonmsm Continued on Last OCCAlttONAlTRAfN FOR AREA TODAY Cloudy with occasional showers today and possibly tomorrow Is tha forecast for Eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland The highest temperature here yes was 79 degrees at 6 p m and the iowcst waa 68p at 615 with an average three degrees above normal of 71 The highest temper ture ever recorded here on Sunrise today was a m and sunset will be at 728 D n Eastern Daylight Saving time Topics of Tames terday morning The steers wcrebe than the preceding week Operating privileges were restored to 121 Revo V l J ovvuia wciu uc juviiiyyt nuiu rcSlOlCtl IO IJL KCVO mg hau cd from a point in Delaware cations this year to date total 1505 to the slaughter house of the Chesterind suspensions 2603 Provision and Packing Company Res Among those whose cards were re wvjuujrtllj idcnts of the locality assisted the driver of the truck to release the vehicle stored were Israel P Broomall 1006 Summit street Darby and Elisha Ward 1421 Third street Chester WASHINGTON Sept Stephen T Early presidential secre tary informed the Navy Department that the yacht Nourmahal bearing President Roosevelt to Washington reached the protected waters between Cape Charles and Cape Henry Va early today The yrfcht then proceeded leisurely to he entrance to thc Potomac river Early with the President aboard the Vincsnt Astor yacht said the time of their arrival in Washington was uncertain as Mr Roosevelt planned to fish in thc lower Potomac Ar rangements were made for an air plane to carry newspapers and dis patches from the capital to the Presi dent The President hooked a 100pound turtle before leaving ocean water GOVERNOR ROLPIllLL SAN FRANCISCO Sept James Rolph Jr of California was reported to be seriously but not dangerously ill today at St Francis Hospital here Hfs presence at the hospital had been Kept a secret since Saturday night rrtsor This reads a Times headline There ns to be little of anything for constables these days With parochial schools openine morrow and today being the last hoN t hundrcda of children will celebrate Blue Mon day tomorrow Two hairdressers in this city wens singled out by others of their craft because they reduced prices Maybe they were just trying to keep down the overhead Democrats are in Washington fight ing between themselves over patron ace It appears that many who ex pected plums were handed a lemon Chief of Police John Vance thinks that hardened young criminals should be lashed at the whipping post regularly Well thats one way of keeping em in stripes Prohibition officers in Ohio shot tha proprietor of a soft drink parlor Now some one should go after tha Sinks who still charge a dime for a hot dog Governor Pinchot has banned tha purchase of Ford products until Henry joins the NRA New Rumpus Ahead A preacher here compared speak easies to holes Well the stuff in both places will burn one up The Weather INCIPIENT BLAZE District fire companies were called out this morning about 330 oclock to extinguish a blaze in the basement of a barber shop at Fourth street and Edgmont avenue The names were quickly extinglished The damage was trifling WASHINGTON Sept The weather forecast Pcmisvlvania Showers this aflcrnoon followed by ircncrally fair tonight and Tuesday litlic change in emperalurr j Western Generally I fair tonight anil Tuesday littla 1 change in temperature TODAYS TEMPERATURES 6 a m 68 10 a m 71 7 a m 68 H a m 71 8 a m 70Noon 73 9 a m 70