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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 7, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              CANWOATES FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day 58TK 17743 Dally Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP News Service INS CKtfSTEU TUESDAY NOVEMBER 7 PRICE TWO CENTS SCHWARTZ SAYS HE WAS FRAMED TELLS OF THREATS Darby Bootlegger Bitter in His Denunciation of Several LINDY RELIVES GREATEST TRIUMPH USProbing Alleged Brilc Efforts to Influence His Testimony Charles Schwartz Darby ger who yesterday testified in the trial of 75 codefendants of this county who are charged with a con spiracy to violate the national pro hibition law will probably be taken before the June Grand Jury today to tell lib story of how several of tho defendants tried to bribe him Yesterday Schwartz declared on the stand that several of the defend ants offered him all kinds of money to refrain from mentioning their names It is the intention of the Government ro learn who these per sons are and very probably several more indictments will be returned against several for attempting to in timidate a government witness anfl they will also be charged with ob struction of justice The Federal jurors who arc inves 4 tigating several phases growing out of the present trial are said to have learned that secret government in formation has been leaking from Fed eral employes in the U S Marshals office that there are still attempts being made to intimidate witnesses yet to be called and that the alleged fixing activities of the accused ring has reached into Federal offices Most serious of the three Grand Jury investigations will be on the marshals office leak charges Assistant Federal District Attorney Stoney who is in charge of the Grand Jury proceedings asserted that past and present employes of the office are now under investiga tion Information has come to ne he said that as late as this weekend defendants in the McCIure trial were tipped off as to moves and steps the Government is taking The tips I am reliably informed cams from an employe of the marshals office OUTLINES PLANS TO WOMEN VOTERS Milestones in DryWet Parade GREAT INTEREST MANIFESTED BY ELECTORS TODAY ENGLISH REPORTER OUSTED BY NAZIS WASHINGTON Nov UNS the chronological history of national j emcs Me is Handricked prohibition and repeal follows Important Matters in Adch Catulidate of Any Set of Politicians 0llti A c c c p t c d Organization SupportAfter Announc ing Candidacy for Sheriff Major General William G Price who today is battling for the sheriffs office on thc Republican ticket yes terday afternoon addressed the Media branch of the Pennsylvania League cf Womens Voters along with other candidates who had been Invited to state their platforms to the league In a short speech outlining his prin ciples and his promises General Price said in part I am and have been spoken of as a handpicked candi date I am not that In fact it was only when a large number of promi nent persons in this county many of Dec Amend ment submitted to stnUs by Con gress Jan 8 state Missis sippi nuliied by lepisliUlvenet Jan ratified the ncfpssHry 3l slates Amendment effective in one yciir June 30 Wnrllme prohibi tion was made effective designed to conserve food Oct 9 Volstead Enforce ment Act passed to put teeth in 18th Amendment Oct 28 1919 After President I Wilson vetoed Volstead Act it was passed over his veto 1 Jim 10 inuo Eighteenth Amendj nient declared to bi the lnw land Nov 13 1921 Act passed to strengthen enforcement March i President CooUdgc signed Jones Five and Ten Law to further slrciiKthen Volstead Act lion to Candidates Have Their A It out ion Voting Litfht During Karly Morning Hours Both Parties Confident i The voters of Delaware county i record heir decisions In cveriil imj porlanl insUtti today Uiuisuiil lercst is being manifested throughout j the covmty The early voting reported sis beinR light in both llv city nnd county The deeislon to be mud whom are known to all of you personlas wet battle grew in intensity ally came to me and insisted that I July J Bureau run for office that 1 consented to run i transferred to Justice Department It was after I had thrown my hat in at President Hoovers request to the ring that the Republican Com better enforcement miltec endorsed me for sheriff I have j March voted down been in public life for many years BcckLinthicum resolution submit well schooled and strictly trained in ung repeal 177 lo 187 the army for many years and if any Dee 5 outright re bcdy thinks that I at my age can be pcai resolution failed by only six influenced by parties not working votes strictly for the general good of the Feb passed re public then I ask you not to vote for OPai resolution of Senator Elaine Ri of the j by Pennsylvarfln cillmrs from im lional viewpoint is on the question I of repeal of Ihe Eighteenth Amend iront Thirtythree states hove al ready voted in favor of repeal unrt six slates are voting on Unit finest Ion i today They are Pennsylvania Ohio I North mid South Carolina Utah and South Dakola Approval by three slates is needed to ratify the repeal Another Important matter to be i decided upon by the voters is tho AVIilcspn i nuestliin of Sunday sports in Pcnn followed I sylvimla Whether or not sporls will i lurnl be allowed in this state on Sunday 6 STATES START VOTING ON REPEAL OF PROHIBITION 101id of Experiment in Muss Compulsion Likely by Sunrise Tomorrow Wot Success Means Mbro Itig U S Revenue Regulation Copyright by the United Press Tho riui of I he ISth Amendment 0110 of historys greatest experiments In niiis compulsion tiy sunrise to morrow appeared likely when of six slates passed on ratifica tion o tho Ulst Repeal Amendment Thirtythree slalos already have repudiated the legislation thiit 13 ysnrs 1130 launched America on an unprecedented police crusade to end thervil of drink Only the repudia tion of three of the sis states voilng today wns needed to signal the de parture of prohibition The states voting today were Kentucky North and South Carolina Pennsylvania Ohio and Utah The results In Utah North Carolina and ul indignation hi the imcst nml Imprisoni south Carolina were expected to bo in Munich of Noel Pantcr close livlwvcl London ncvsjiapir corrc If the repeallsts are victorius their afternoons between the hours of 2 spomlent and his subseiimiil lepor objective cannot become nn actuality me If elected I hope that I may be cf Wisconsin Feb 20 House which Hailed again by smiling Frenchmen Paris famous LeBourecl air Held CoSoncl Charles A Lindbergh here is pictured second from left he showed lived as long and as varied Mrs Lindbergh the scene of his Rrcat triumph of lie spot where he a jfc as i have without learning a of some service not only in my own i defeated Garner resolution approved CffiCC but aiSO 111 an advisory Ca nlnine rp pacUv ln olher for I comijlclcd his nonstop New VorktoParis solo flight BRITAIN AGREES LITVINOV LANDS TO PAY ON DEBT OFF TO CAPITAL AS PARLEY FAILS ON RECOGNITION 289 to 121 as many votes April 3 first state to vote on repeal showed thc popu lar trend June B first so p m nnd i p in will be decided oy thc at the polls today In he local fight both Republican and Democratic organizations have predicted victory Lenders of the Ha publican party in this county believe i that the usual Republican majority will be upheld nnd Ihe 120000 rcRis Iration figures of the Republican i party will be an approximate csli mate of the vole today j Mivjor General William G Price Jr retired of this city until last tatloii German authorities ilid not make a formal charge against the writer but I hey arc understood lo have objected lo 1anlers ncnoiml of a review of 20000 called dry stale lo vote also np March head of the Pctiiisylvanin Naj tioiiiil Guard lends the Republican i county ticket as candidate for Sheriff j Seeking reclrction nra James T j SStcwart of Lansdowne for Coimtv rcucnl Nov 7 Asked directly if he referred to i Will Give U S Token In present employes of the office he stalment of on December 15 said Indeed 1 do I mean employes right in that office today Schwartz was recalled to the stand when court opened this morning for crossexamination and was asked one ciutaciajninaLion ana was asKea one i i T question by Attorney John R K Announcement by Roose velt CoIncident With London Statement Soviet Envoy Received With Honor by U S Government Officials Scott Was the Grayson you rei ferred to yesterday In your testimony i the John Grayson who is a defend ant and the answer was No Prank J Stackhouse 70yearold propietor of the Chadds Ford Inn LOK D 6 N Nov o See Roosevelt Tonight Expects An Early Agree ment great deal He then asked a big vote in sisting that it was the womens parl to get the men out to the polls and stated I firmly believe that the great weakness In our political sys tem is the failure of the people to vote He then went on to explain the Republican partys connection with the Federal trial of thc poliUco rum ring I know what has been in the minds of most of i in 1 to say this to them Tlie Republican to be held in the Media Club houss I Democrats are claiming viclorv In I party is not on trial as no organizni at South avenue and Baltimore ave n cloe election vlth victories I i nuc Media on Friday evening claimed for the ticket in Darbv Continued on Page fen The announcement is made by V t Lansdownc Chester Media md tlie I i Gilpin Robinson chairman of the j rjherler pikn communities accord stockholders committee which was ing to Charles Pierson viccchair at the recent meeting of man of thc Democratic campaisn stockholders of thc bank Other members of the committee arc Wil liam Taylor MILLIONS VOTE TODAY IN PENNA ON BIG ISSUES A NIC SStcwart of Lansdowne for County 1 Federal 5A1MV ULlUSllUKS controller Maluchi S Pancoitsl of PLAN FOR MEETING Springfield pmthonotary Charles Mink Jr of Colltngdalc Clerk of J A call has been sent out for until Dee S or G Todays elections are to elect delegates to con ventions which will cither ratify or refuse to ratify thc repeal amend ment Thc hist of these conventions wilt bo held Dec S and fi Not one of 33 slates that voted pre viously stood by the dry cause Assuming that the unbroken trend will continue the end of prohibition will mean Employment of ninny thousands of workers directly in the liquor indus i wcre over 72000 so em i ployed In jobs for many other thousands in allied lines New markets for farmers crops many of which show unprofitable lil of i Courts and Clifford H Peoples of a Chester Dlrcclor of the Poor uncx nos of most of thc people today meeting of depositors of thc Media pired term and K W Sphigler full Delaware county and I would like i Sixtyninth Street Trust Company i icrm Around PUviiio fn i LU Vote on Repeal ALLY SLIGHTLY Expenditure of millions of dollars to rehabilitate breweries nnd distil leries nnd lo build new ones The saving of money spent 011 en at a total of Interest Shown in for the prohibition period Addition of nn estimated S700000 Yorlv S a year to Federal Revenue in liquor taxes Already the tuxes on m c n t s N e Mayoralty Battle Continued on Iage Tea of Media George E committee Haverford nnd Upper Darby townships are equally confi which he conducted for thepast 29 Britain will make a token payment years WES then called for direct ex amination the eightyseventh witness of the trial Ke said in 1927 he was approached by Andy Frank with a proposition to sell illegal beer and he consented paying S50 perweek protection money to Andy Frank and John J Ryan He said he secured the beer from Anciy Frank at S32 per barrel and he also declared he paid about S8000 protection money to ilie ring The witness declared he was visited once by federal agents pleaded guilty at his trial and paid a fins of S500 He said he never sold liquor He was visited once he said by County Detective p N Smith James Meli and two uniformed men who searched his place for liquor fovmci none and did not molest the beer He testified that when he was sub pf on December 15 on her instalment of the war debt to the United States Announcement of the coming pay ment was made today by Neville Chamberlain Chancellor of ths Ex chequer in the House of Commons The payment will be made in United States de preciated in terms of the British pound since Great Britain made her last payment on account Chamberlain announced that Pres ident Roosevelt has agreed not to consider the token payment which is less than TO per cent of the pay Maxim Litvinov Soviet Foreign Min ister at 6 p in at ihc White House Litvinov arrives from New York around 330 oclock and will be es corted to th home of Boris Skvirsky head of Im Soviet Information Bu reau here row also but colder Tlie highest temperature hsre yes Horace i purpose of Friday nights the Under the watchful eye of Federal stale troopers deputy sheriffs and other law enforcement officers Pennsylvania today voted on prohibi sucs NEW PARKING RULES PROPOSED 1 meeting according to Mr Robinsons I Continucil on Tago Ten TIO iinrp vpq i tcrdPV vs 3 1 m and 1 is to take such steps VISITING BANKERS he lowest vsll at 1 a m The fs Tor the protec Z of sVwas ecven decrees be ncfnehu nd BEING ENTEUTAIMSD 01 JH was ecien nf jlw n Wiiimm I JERSEY CITY Nov Mrxim Litvinov foreign commissar of the Soviet Union arrived in the Unitjd States today on one of thc most significant diplomatic journeys since th2 World War designed to lead lo United States recognition of i the Russian Communist Stale low normal for the date and nineteen degrees below the average November G last year Maximum temperature for the date is 75 established in 1S88 j and minimum 31 in 1870 Sunrise tcday was at G37 a m and sunset will be at 453 p m eastsrn i standard time creditors of the bank Dr William D Gordon Slate Secretary of Bank ing ha3 been acting as receiver for i Approximately 100 members of the Abuse of parking privileges in ths i business section of this city which ln Icrfcrcs with traffic hai rcsvilted In Fearful of election fratidr and posncw rulcs being formnlatcd at the slblc disorders omciftls took unusual direction of Mnvor William Ward Jr slops to sec that the Keystone state has According to the Citys chief eNecti nn honest election and an honcsUl many complaints are received at count i City JHall In reference to cars being Justice Department were pniketl on each side of Market street fcattcrcd throughout Ihe counties Edymom nvenue and other streets in U S TREASURY BALANCE the trust company since Septem Philadelphia Chapter of the Amcr ber 30 can Institute of Banking will he the who cannot attend In guests of the ChesterCambridge State troopsrs were held nt burrncks i lean Institute of Banking will he the rcnc1 to rllshto nllv pl tilimn nil f IT tno Ir IT n r nfTi central business area Some of the offenders nre what nra where outbreaks occur termed parking hogs and permit person are urged to pive proxy Bank and Trust Company to some one who will attend When Mr Robinson and the other Thc visiting here in buses bankers and prlvi member of his committee were automobiles via the Chester pike and named it was for the purpose todVv lccrs wcrc f Hievicinity of the states ncir monopolize the highways nrHv702G prccinctsbut kept at least 100 fora full day In some Instances it is will aiiHC uuint hnr impossible for shoppers to alight irivatelyowncd i rm viltiiir srnrci Thr Frr rral pnvpmmnn ll viMiiiib LII MUILB The Federal government was i Received with iiish honors by nient due as a default i flcial Eovsrninent The government recognizes s he sped fromthe S S Birengaria to a train for Washington thc ljac i vigorous smiling Litvinov expressed prc33iit by j conlDit2 confidenca of an cnriy economic and Chamberlain said the which exist in the way such an agreement at financial situation Continued on Page Ten I In lo a question from the with Presidsnt Roosevelt i and of happy future relations be WASHINGTON Nov i working out a practical plan whereby of The treasury net balance for Novemj the trust company may be reprgan ber 4 was 5138923559444 Miscellai or a new banking institution nrous internal revenue receipts for i formed Mr Robinson was instructed that day were SG10i96244 Custom to call a meeting of depositors to receipts for the month through j appoint a similar committee to work Company Marcus Hook November 4 were S55202389 i with the stockholders group of thc Sun Shipbuilding Drydock Bitterness Company this city and thc Sun OucountJ various city thR Demo Mayor to remedy thc pros inc worked out by James H Deaven port snpsrintcndcnt jDf police and i park j twen the two nations HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press AT ARLINGTON DOWNS Flash The Nile Jessie Cop paje Volla Giblon Bob Coppage Flower Day Weather cloudy track heavy opposition the Chancellor of the Kxi Th soviet ropresema chequer saia that the payment vvouid tive to vsit lhc UnUcd sutcs rc I viewed in a formal statement and in answaring otiestions of reporters the common of Ehs United States and Russia Litvinoff referrcc to the desires of both nations for world pence and be rracie next rronth under th same conditions in all respects as the one made in June BritishUnited States debt talks at Continued on Page Ten SUPPORT AMENDMENT At a final preelection meeting of TWO ALLEGED i FORUM SPEAKER I ZIGZAG DRIVERS I RAPS SYSTEMS LOCAL PIPE BAND WILL PARTICIPATE i ties resulted m he other preparations to maintain order rucs wiu 0 pul inlo cfrcc The Clan Ross Pipe Band of this city will participate in the Armis tice Day parade Saturday It will take part in thc ceremonies at Chcs their common interest in industry and trade which is expected to lead to huge purchases in the United States if recognition is achieved All of these factors encourage me to Both Arc Held for Court Declares There is Rural and immaculate Heart j cemcterie Thc band vill be assigned When Arraigned Before Difference B e t w c c n a position in the division in which the Order of the Scottish Clan the Order As Pennsylvania went to the ballot riVCITRTTPTTmV it was conceded thc state wouci Hb I KUOI iUiS bo CO for repeal by at least a twoto vote Karly voting was reported as heavy Unusual interest for an of year election was being shown FOR GUARDSMEN A nicetinf of the school for noncommissioned officers during because of repeal the 12 stale Coni the regular drill hour was a feature Police Magistrate AT PIMLICO Table Source Circle Bright Tcss Hero Olffa Rock X Miss Glace Stone Martin Zetnbla Fabious Dust Guard Vote Slincy Mycri Eon Hachy II Resisting Camp Lcjeune Rack Seaworthy Faux Pas Caterer Prince AVcstcrd Gay Party clear track sloppy AT LATONIA Genie Tr Lula Ray Omcl RWRC iMor Zcno Eye Trc cocious Pointaway thc Colonel James A G Campbell Chapter D A V held last evening thc members were unanimous in tha nort me of The membersof the chapter Four new i Ic seems to me that all vc now j were admitted I have to do ls legalize so to say the I reciprocsl gravitations of the two nations which have had no conflict nnd in which I cannot anticipate any conflict After Litvinov was greeted officially James Grasty 2200 block Wct 20 Negro of tlw Second street was Major Political Parties A number of thoughtprovoking were presented to The Citizens stitutlomil Amendments for acceptance or rejection and the Sunday sports Continued on Page Ten FlPtEMFNS KKUKF BANQUET of he Sons of St John and the Ladies of Scotia connected with thc Scottish Clan will march An order of the Scottish Clan of Wilmington Del will also participate in thc paplanned for ths annual banqiist and j tiou J of the weekly drill of Company B lllth Infantry held last evening in the Chester Armory Eighth and Sprotil streets While the school was in session with Captain Frank A i charge thc privates under LScutcnmUs Griffith and Lafferty intcrestins progiiisn has been wcre havln drill instruo DATE FOR INQUEST meeting of the Firemens Relief sociation of Chester which will b i held at thc Springhavcn Club to morrow evening Representatives of IN SHOOTING CASE the five local fire companies will be in and platcou move ments on the drill floor TKANSFEKnED TO BOSTON Lieutenant Colonel Walter C 21 of East Fifteenth street Wilmingi of divine origin and therefore genj ton Del and William Rollins 20 of crally regarded as unalterable Dr 1 Coroner J Evans Schcchlc of WELFARE GROUPS CONTINUE DRIVE Townscnd street this city were held Anderson who is professor of history j Llanerch wil conduct an inquest at in S300 bail each as material wit nesses Grasty is said to have bor rowed the car from Robert Bolden Campaign on Sec ond Week NVv 13 is Deadline for Workers i U S SETS GOLD on the ship by James C Dunn of the State Department he went to a corI lives at thc Wilmington address nrr of the smoking room to receive j Grrsty and Rollins started out hi reporters Litvinov a short stocsy the machine and at Sixth and Rernev streets struck Clnrencc Simmons li I Continued on Page Seven of 400 Yarnall street who was sit j ting nstricis intersection I knocking him to the roadway Young at Swarchmore College showed how the Civil War crented a division in political outlook which resulted in the office of Deputy Coroner George White Third and Norris streets Thursday afternoon in the case of Sr father of one of the boys who the Republican and Democratic parj Charles Marriott 53 late of 121 special guests Pcnn street a roomer who died of pistol wounds inflicted Thomas alias Jrnics Gal nrcscnt in addition to a number of Haker Chemical Warfare Service United States Army who has been stationed in Washington D C for several years has been transferred to Boston Mass and assigned as Chemical Warfare ofRcsr on the headquarters staff of the First Corps Area Colonel Baker and Mrs Batiur have taken an apartment in Catri bridge Muss Colonel Baker is a son ol Mrs Annij C Baiter of ASK TROOP CALL IN FARM STRIKE Commitlee reports to headquarters of the Welfare Federation cf Chester and vicinity has caused the team leaders and the workers to redouble their efforts in order to make thc 5100000 campaign a success The annual solicitation began on PRICE AT as Violence West Grows in LINDBERGHS FORCED BACK Kcrr My Blaze Avail Flat j October 30 in the interests of the Fulfill Troford twelve affiliated agencies of the Fcd 1 oration nnd to date thc response WASHINGTON Nov The government today set its price on newly mined American gold to an ounce unchanged from yes ties but that since ths outcome of the Civil War there hrs been very lit Lie fpnuins distinction between muirto ijiui tsiia OIKK i i T 01 iyirs Atini u t both major parties harthnr 2fi n seaman whom Marriott 1 VO ASK r Ol A HI Broad street this city Both parties said Dr Anderson befriended about a wee before the a parked bicycle at continued their appeal on the tragedy Thc murder the out of the two highways basis of their early traditions Nnj growih of a quarrel between ths two issues have not determined j men over a woman Simmons suffered brush burns of Ins j either partys success or failure in left leg and a cut over the right eye well organized communities or states i ROBBM J i iMAiN where cither party primarily inter ested in holding office represented special interests and only submitted to vigorous minority pressure Illustrating how both parties in I Rock Cyuja Dusky Dame Cloido Gudcss Tiirtcc Warr Lad Eleanor At Fling Dolellc Aunt Hannah Scitlrah Lucky Amelia Whis Me Fciuipmcnt Panorama R Voltn Maid AVotan Lucky Carter Sea Billows Deserve Observation Comslockcry Respond IIumdinRcr Kile Score white pralifying in some sections has Realty Man Booster for Times Ads A prospective homcoceker U he is wise alwavs consults the classi fied columns of ths Times before he starts houso hunting Such is the opinion of A H DC Bcust realtor of Prospect Park who recently advertised a modern brick home for rent at a most at tractive price The bargain was quickly snapped up to the entire satisfaction of Mr De Beust bsrn disappointing in others Tha campaign is to cluci on November 13 but there must j be roins hard work registered if the campaign is to go over the top j Onn of thc units aided by thc fare Federation is thc Chester City Council Boy Scouts of America A i digest of the activities of the boys i is briefly described by R H Diamont chairman as follows Trained technical leadership has been given our Scout leaders two courses in scouting havo been con ducted at thc local Y M C A by professional scoulcrs These courses are planned to give our local leaders la better concept of scouilng j i A summer camp maintained j i I his summer with volunteer Icadorn 1 Over 100 boys a tended th camp I I with a minimum f o Th sumj mrr canps hrvr tvwnys run a deficit i which is mil by local troops a member ship of over 500 boys ancl I2o scouters represent tho Chester district Two f clothing drives for tho needy liava i been conducted by tho Scouts during The value of the dollar in cold re mained at 6294 cents Todrys Washington price was 90 cents above the world price set in London today Ths London pries today was 121 shillings H1pencr down 1 shilling I0i pence1 On brsis of the nson exchange rate en the pound iS401s this was equivalent to S3194 an ounce for which injuries he was treated the Chester Hospital Polics were notified and fliers were sent ou to police in nearby localities to bs on the lookout for the car About Q30 oclock they were picked up by DES MO1NES la Nov TTT Growing clamor for troops to subdue HL BEFRIErSULD farm strike disorder in northwestern i Iowa issued from thc Sioux city area nf R17 Penn strrei today ROTTERDAM Nov Storms over the Rhincland forced Colonel Charles A Lindbergh and Mrs Lindbergh to return here today and abandon their proposed flight to Geneva Switzerland They reached different sections proved their Continued on Page Ten Continued on Paic Ten strike violence continued port at430 p m Netherlands timef rirtniv niKfcii u ui i cm n tui ctatp nnH nitkptiiir ftci eiicountcrnip bad weather at reported to the police yesterday Uecnfore state E the German frontier that a man who he befriended for hprClla more siaics rovnr1 Hv trjlrinrr ilni A Wllttetl formal rCOUCSt fOT IrOOPSl I PERMISSION GUAXTED Continued on Page Ten Polls Open 7 A M Close 7 P M Today The polls opened at 7 a m to day and will close at 7 p in Only electors properly registered are qualified to vote County ofllces to be filled include sheriff county controller prb thonotary clerk of the courts di rector of the poor jury commis sioner and in this city council and school board In addition separate ballots will be provided to enable citizens to pass judgment on repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment authori zation of Sunday football and baseball and 12 constitutional amendments Resident of Springfield Nearing Century Mark A fine rense of humor and a keen for America to land in New York memory for names and dates is the only an hour and a half before Mrs boast of Mrs Ellen Grix 97 years old Schwartz gave birth to a child of Baltimore avenue Springfield In When asked about her first impres an interview yesterday Mrs Grix rejsions of this country she replied I j told the story of her life from her cannot say You see the first weeks earliest days in Abenrada Denmark I wcre all spent inside of the hotel to her now quiet peaceful existence in nursing the little baby and I never tho homes of her two daughters near got a first impression They all Swarthniore moved to Philadelphia where Mr She is lh daughter of a Danish Schwartz became a and hip carpenter and during her child papennan and Ellen spent her time hood learned the nursing profession caring ior the three SchwartE broth Before she was 21 sho spent a year ers who wcre sent home from the with Denmark lllu 1UI HVt O111L i j baby died she went to Hamburg to named Grix work in a hotel and later to nurse for Beside thc three stepchildren 1 a family named Schwartz Within Mrs Grix had seven others all ot I two years in 1861 the Schwartz Tarn rc she war 21 sho spent a year ers who were ssnt nomc noni me a family on a large estate in Civil War seriously wounded She rc nark the happiest time of my i married this time to a widower with c iife After her husband and three children a wounded soldier I lly and the young Danish girl sailed Continued on Page Ten s caKinc mm mio nis rcQl2St for loops him departed early i wns expected to be forwarded to Gov tr and took with him tcraor Clyde Herring by WoodbuiT i A permit has been issued to tha and Plymouth county authorities toPennsylvania State Workmrns Coni daJ pensaiion Bureau to use the polica They officially advised the governor yoll room for hearings on compcn ycstcrday that troops were needed Muion cases on and he situation was out Thursday November 15 and l6 growing more tense i by the hour j Six prominent Sioux City business chartered several months by taking him into 1 j home and Saturday morning and took with him a radio outfit The accircd is known to Higgins an Red Peterson snid to hi a married man with a wife residing in the Fifth ward According to Wiggins Peterson illcy to i took his departure about 2 oclock in hand and the morning GIVES WOMEN VOTE Warning to Voters A voter must make an affidavit to secure assistance in casting his vote at a polling place today Any person asking for assistance or any election officer permitting a voter to be assisted Is guilty of a criminal offense and is subject to a fine or Imprisonment unless there is an affidavit that the voter is phyicaliy unable to vote with out assistance Any violation of this provision of thc law will be prosecuted to the limit A false affidavit will result hi a charge of perjury the penalty for which is six years in prison and the loss of the right to vote airplane flew MANILA Nov 7The Philippms to DCS Moines and added their voice Senate has Joined ths insular i C1I Tl TI to thc demand for troops Governor Herring was reticent to use troops however until every re source of local authorities is ex hausted He told local authorities he believed mobilization of troops at this time would but aggrrvatj the situation approving women suffrage Tlie Weatlier WASHINGTON Nov a s t e r H Pennsylvania Cloudy with rain or snow and colder The business men told Ihe governor iu wct nnt norn portions tonight line surrounding th city Another COOO were likely to be laid off today 1 they said The Sioux City milk supply was cut i to ten per cent of normal Meanwhile railroads into Sioux TODAYS TEMPERATURES Continued on Page Ten B a m 7 a m S a m 9 a m 10 a m 42 11 a m 42 Noon 46 1 p m 47 2 p rr 43 50 43 43   

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