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   Record-Argus, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1928, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                EVENING RECORD Stoneboro Citizen EIGHTIETH 78 ARGUS COMPLETK ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRE REPORT J A MESTOWN WORU3 APRIL 1928 FULL MARKET REPORTS NEWS OF THE WORLD ESTABLISHED NEW EARTHQUAKE MENACES EUROP SHARONPATROLMAN FOUND SHOT TO DEATH TODAY OFFICER HAS BULLET HOLE IITEMPI E CHILD DIES FROM BURNS Grove April Twoyearold Phylls Black died today of scalds received sever al days ago when she fell into a tub of boiling Henry Found Lifeless Near Union Brew ery by Nearby TWO SHOTS FIRED FROM HIS OWN PISTOL Coroner and Chief of Police Investigate Case Theory of Suicide By Associated April body of Policeman Henry with a bullet wound in the was found on a street near the old Union Brewery here Residents of the attracted by the found the officer with his pistol grasped in the right Two bullets had been fired from the While some authorities believed it might possibly be a case of the coroner ordered an im mediate postmortem to determine whether two bullets were fired Into the one wound in tho victims has been a policeman for eight Although no statement as to the findings of Coroner McGrath or Chief of Police Steger were forth coming early this it is understood that authorities are in clined to accept the suicide Members of the declare that such an act is outside tho bounds of since Schmidt was in good and ap parently thoroughly enjoying him According to unofficial reports of the result of it was indi cated that the bullethole in Schmidts head was made by only one although two shots were heard by nearby and two chambers of his pistol were indicating that he fired both shots which were On the other it is believed that the had his intention been would have fired but one The situation is surround ed in more or less and au thorities are leaving no stone un turned before making up their re ports on what brought about the officers JUNKERS PLANE STILL BED BY STORMY WINDS Rumors Say French Plane Will and That German Force Is to Be By Associated Press April the German Junkers awaiting favorable conditions for a hopoff to was the subject of rumors The most persistent is that the Teuton crew will have as opponents on an EuropeAmerican a French plane piloted by Maurice and ono in which much credence is In that Arthur mechanic of Baron Von Huenefelds will be replaced by Jamos head of the Irish Free State Air Fitzmaurice was companion to Captain Macintosh on his unsuccessful attempt to fly the At lantic last being driven back by adverse An attempt to start on the west flight will be made tomorrow morn Baron Von Huenefeld pro viding the weather is TWO BOROUGH OFFICERS ADDED TEMPORARILY Night Patrolman Put on Dog Catcher Is Given Greenville has two new borough employes in he police al though both of them were only hired Luther of Maple went on duty last night at night having been hired by Burgess Wasser and tho police committee of council to relieve Charles who has been filling the It is ejr peoted that a permanent election of some candidate will be made at the council meeting ono week from to employee was hired as assistant dog He gave his name as Walter and his ad dress as Ho will assist William Kelly m the work until bin services are no longer A number of addltionalappllcatlons have been filed with council for the position of night There are also prospects that more tions will ba fired for consideration at the next The two dogcatchers had a busy LEflSES HELD BY SINCLAIR seven Wth which was Launch Inquiry into Methods by Which Sinclair Procured More ONE NEIGHBORING TEAPOT DOME SOUGHT Chairman Nye to Take Up Movements Back of Lease in Effort to Check on Means By AiocUted PIMI April con tract by which Harry Sinclair ob tained royalty oil from tho Salt Creek adjacent to Teapot is now under inquiry by tho department of Senator Mon prosecutor of tho Senate Oil said today he had some cor respondence on the matter with n man in New York who objected to WORLDS ENDURANCE HOP RECORD RETURNS TO The worlds record for endurance formerly hold by German a has boon brought book to the United States by JSddlo Stlnson and George who remained aloft In tholr StinsouDe trolter for 58 86 minutes and 80 at This photo was mapped just before the takoort on Jacksonville Left to right Mayor John of Jacksonville Haldeman nnd Eddie Stlnson in the DAWES TOCARRYOHIOS FALL QUIZ IS CONCLUDED BY GOVERNMENT Pomerene Returns to Wash ington Fall Goes to Cali By Associated Press El April Ills questioning of Albert fonner secretary of the upon the famous McLean Senator Atlee Pomereno of the government counsel taking a deposition from former cabinet officer as to his deal ings with Harry Sinclair in the Teapot Dome naval oil reserve leas ended crossejrannimation of Fall yesterday andi has started for weakened from his has been ordered to rest before he at tempts a Journey to to which climate his physician has or dered Heart stimulants have been resorted to and those seem to keep the patient from relapsing into prolonged In telling of the McLean Fall told Senator Pomerene he had borrowed from ington publisher and that he did not receive money from either Edward Doheny or Sinclair for the ell The McLean it was ascer were returned without being Taking of the deposition required slightly more than sixteeri divided over four Counsel for Sinclair was highly pleased with the ho believing It to be helpful to Sinclairs Several days will required to transcribe the testimony It was due largely to Falls Indications Point trt Cnoice of One or the Guier to Take Willis By Associated April tions that delegate candidates pledg ed to Senator Willis as first choice for president now will select either Vice President Charles Dawes or former Governor Frank Lowden of to carry their banner In the fight with Secretary Hoover for mastery in strengthened to Though thu question of selecting i first choice to take the place of tlielij fallen leader will be decided by tho delegate candidates themselves Tuesday Imme diately following the funeral services for Senator tho comment aboutthe Willis headquarters today centered chiefly on Dawes rtnd Low with Dawes probably the favor inasmuch as a majority of tho delegates already are formally pledg ed to Lowdcn as second The that the vice president is a native born and reared at may influence tho deci sion in hia it was small puppies only a few days Mother and puppies are being cared for in special quarters in the city and the officers will at tempt to find a good home for the The puppies are a mixed seemingly partly pollen but the mother Is a goodlooking The Humane society has announ ced that It would pay for licenses for any dogs which are providing they are given a good New Radio Station To Be Watts April of the strongest rndlo transmitters in the United States will be put in operation hero by Station WENK about May it was announced The now being tested under the coll letters 9X6 has a power of watts and is equalled only by stations Long and station officials The station Is operated by the Great Lakes Broadcasting owned by public utility Raid Closes New Tlie new Hotel on Water street will probably be closed for Home time an a renult oC a raid made there on Saturday evening under the direc tion of County Detective Sam Lcy assisted by Ewtnj and Morgan and Chief Two women and otie man woro found in the Margaret ttllefred to proprietress ot tho pullty to operating n bawdy nnd Mary who gave her dress as who was charged with being an pleaded not ut the hearing before Squire Both of tho were hold for tjourt under and weio committed to the Youngest Murderer Placed on Trial April youngest person In the history of Allegheny county to bo tried on a murder Robert was brought to trial IIo WHS Indicted in tho killing of an unidenti fied man on the Allegheny river bank last Tho victim was slug ged and robbed of Alvln tried on tho same charge last was convicted and sentenced tr Walsh said he had no suspicion about the which was re newed for llvo years on February except It wns entered into between Sinclair and Albert Fall after tho wealthy oil operator turned ovor in Liberty Bonds to the then Interior Secretary work Informed tho Tea pot Dome committee Saturday tho Sinclair contract had been Sinclair having had the option foi The Teuppot Dome committee will resume tomorrow Its investigation Into the disposition of tho Liberty Bond profits of the continental trad Ing company of Chairman Nye announced poenas were Issued for severnl wit bint declined to make public tholr names until service was ob STREMEL TO TAKE PITTSBURGH FormerThiel Student Leaves Church at Lutheran CORN BORER IS FA KM PROBLEM Discussion of Eradication Takes Place in Conference at An important conference of town ship corn borer inspectors and super visors was held Saturday at tho Chamber of Commerce rooms In Meudvllle for tho purpotfu of making final armngemonUi for tho Hprlng Inspection all farms and gardens in Crawford and Krlo coun also tho townships oC Colum Spring Eldrod ami Southwestin Warren Tho meeting wus In Brown of who will suporvlHO this work for the State De partment of Otlior re presentutlveH of tho State Depart ment wore entomolo ami director of tho Bureau of Plant Burtluy of tho Federal Department of Agriculture was also Tlu main feature of tho confer ence WOB to Instruct the fortytwo Seek Rehearing onRemus Motion Application for Freedom on Bond to Be Debated This Afternoon in By Amoclntact April A motion for a now hearing on ho application of I George Until us for a writ of haboaa corpus freeing him from tho Lima suite criminal in toflRy third ot fco was granted the writ and tho now hearingwas Bought by Htnto Application for release on bond was Hied by defense counsel Immed iately after tlio c6urt overruled tho Tho court was to hoar ar guments late today on tho question of whether tho former bootleg lead inand wifeslayer should be freed on ball ponding tho continuation of Reduce Hard Coal Prices in East Now April tion In tho price of anthracite vary ing from fiO cents to a ton by tho loiifllng companies effective for April shipment wns announced today by thr Ijehlgh Valley Conl Hales com pany of Now Tlicreductions follow Eprj nnd chestnut cilal fid rents a ton f5 find ppi DEATH ROLL dutlcn oC soolng that all corn reftiHo Is disposed of by Way IJvery farm In tho counties listed above will bu visited and full Instructions soninlaw of given farmers UH to Burgess Wasser and a former Gardens will also bo All Thlel college has resigned corn rofuso including fodder and as pastor of Matthews Lutheran i cobs In about bulldlnga uml church at Erie to accept a call to do elsewhere muwt bu disposed of by mission and social work in Pittsj oithor burning tramping The resignation Is effective Into manure or completely plowing inspectors and supervisors In their states efforts to keep him In the May Stremol received a unani mous call from the Lutheran Inner under before May Tho llrst inspection of farms will begin April A second MlHslon society to the ofllco of Inspection will wtart May All ttitional Tho society Is HUPj thono who havo not cleaned by ported by 240 churches of tho the latter date will bo given a fow burgh und has offlcoH in days In which to do and if they the Pittsburgh Life Building at then representatives of tho ITed filxth and Liberty The nlmoral Department of Agriculture will or tho work IK to the people then proceed lo do tinnecessary not usually touched by tho work arid tire cost will no BANDITS GET CASH1N PITTSBURGH Bank Messengers Waylaid by i Pair Using SawedOff Shot guns Escape in Ily Prens April disarmed with held up two Ward Baking In tho In Vorrlvnl of died at his home this morning at B Ifuneral arrangements had not been completed at noon to the county jail In default of tho necessary One man was found In the hotel but was released by the MeCormtek Nancy Permtlla aged 82 years and 2 died Sun day morning at 11 oclock at tho home of her Roy of Her hus TUT MAN died several years IN NONSUPPORT CASE was the mother of j property During tho seven years he has I A lareu majority of farmers been pastor of Matthews these counties gavo wholo Stremel has been ono ot tho hearted to thlH work lost most succeHHful ministers in spring h doliiK it lliorruigh of 73urlnff tho time fiie momberHhlp of J clfianlnff up their own church has and a line j a few careless and new building ban been He In I As tho carrying re ceipts of tho baking company to tho Kranklln und Trust eom GRANT STAY OF EVICTION FOR MINEWORKERS TREMBLORS Large Toll of Dead and 1 ed Taken Last Week Be Repeated PREDICTTRBMOBS FOR SOUTHERN Residents Thrown into Today by Ree Quake Which Razed t Aprti Another narloa of earthquake t fltruole the historic city the population which woo bareiy i orlngfrom an day Wilton heaVy The first a Halt at e od by a whloh who turned to tholr Bouses fiaeiiitf i PcMHilt Aprtl 15flffiv ex tension of Ump In granted In the eviction order issued 208 mlnem by Federal Judge Hough h Hearing the application ftV modU flcatlon of the original eviction order by extending tho Judge Hough denied the application except for pro vidlng that no penalty should bo Im posed for failure to obey the order until after April five coal companies who aro plaintiffs In tho cnso oporato in Bol Harrison and Jefferson coun The appearance ot Gulf qtSmyrna added to phenomena had mar precodlngr quake panto among1 the la camping fields i forty tindtha Injured at of bulldinffB have been i ed afcid the damage ineat NoonDay Prayer In addition several b Torball district were The American consul In tlnople was unofficially a foreigners in SmyrnaSve flaaure shrty four feet wide opened aloft tho consul tlonal facts are lacking bccau crippled telegraph and from Noonday church services to In ZlonS a mark of observance during Holy began today with April and extremely Violent Hhocktt are esp southeastern Asia and the aout European Mediterranean Reformed Raphael wiemoJvgJiit He predicted a big dlatur a largo number of attendants of all pastor of tho First Baptist was tho speak er and paator of Trinity Lutheran church will bo In charge Tho snrvIcoH are conducted by the were piisHlns an alleyway tho Paul pawtor of WHS for two years iiml president for another two of thy Lutheran Iln is dean of tho Urlo LulhtMnn Church WorkoiH and has also boon actlvo In young peoples Ills reolgnatlon wns with regret by ills pressed tholr uppreclatim The new post is conHlderod an Important and a cnnsldoruhlt advancement for Four Burned in Sharon Tank Plant failiil to do their Tlio rcNiilt waH iliat tho government hud to do work mid now them people aro required to pay Um Tho farni IT oiild havo money by do ing tlio work hlrriKeir and tho com munity would have had tho Hfxtls faction of knowing that hoy woro fully alilii to protect themselves who HXj against of OHM of our of hinjinoBt vuliinblo Good farm practlco with very slight aUnnlion to picking up fow oddH and and will prove good arid nfllclont practice against tlio corn borer will niuiL tint rwjulro IDPIItH Of till ImndltH Htoppod With tholr arms In tin tho measengorH woro backed Into tho Tho bandits picked up the iiKiney In addition to the contained many jumped Into an automobile parked and Wednesday and a night of AprU 0 to April He forecast1 lighter northwestern Mexico and chatka and allghter Lindbergh Goes on His Way West tho and will be continued until with other pastorw tak ing of all congregations was called to thu Holy Work program at Palm Mimdiiy oervices In churches here am tho result was a largo risponso on tho part of many additional effort will ropruaunt Ill April omil ChailiH hH wfHtward flight hopping off from RlisH flying Hold oraouto to WIIH expectod to Iw ThlH mriall r Company Goon After Cash Grocery Hnslnenn Just jrova to tho pcoplo of Oroenvllln that a depnrtmont ntnsa win do things that tho oxchwlvo store dare and that groceries can be at lower prlccw In thu department store than In tho chain storo in tho Runts and coot It might not be made this de1 One of the longest trlpa ever madr to bring a prisoner back to Mercer county on a minor charge was eluded on Saturday when County Datectlvo Leyshock returned from with eiiarle three Sarah an oil forge April 2 AP Vtmr workinen were Uoyd Fiddler of wliiii pendinglargely upon the govern Lotowners to Meet The annual meeting of lotowners and stockholders of the Rocky Glen cemetery association at is to be held this evening at 8 o clock in the Adamsvlllu blood urid Roy llvlni and John She la ulao survived by Hix Adrian HtutH Line Law rence and formerly of Kitchs Corners Ernest of and Nanoy In custody on a chaiije of deaortion and Detective Ley shock left Greenviile on Monday morning lor Springer pieuded guilty to tho ut a hearing before Srjulre and was bound over to court under which was hot It is believed that the county will be reimbursedfor of the exprnueu of tho and Ruth of Six great and nve greatgreat crunilchlldren also sur The a kind and pa tient mul was a member of the Methodist 1rotfistunt church at Kimcral services will be held at li r daughters Tuesday aftornniii at 2 with interment in ttai Line xpjodoil Id the Bturiil arcl Tault Cuiiipany plunt at near lieru ilio explosion when an oil llnu Kiddlur UUH probuhly fatally Aud rtceivud loua burns on liis April Hungarian novornnient IIUH tte cepted a by Kurnanian Bovernment that a mixed eoinmission of insuiry investigate a recent inci dent on the frontier during which a number of Hitngai inns gathering wood were reported I hcen fir ed on by Kiiiiiiinian Ono Hungarian was i ruport to cojnpanlons of oporatlon In general are much our will pay of that will confer in 1OSN than in flpcctalty The Han DKiKo with persons him now prlcca will so into effoct bo to head an jiiplano manufacturing ginning thin afternoon at 4 waa neither denied nor con by Arriving linen Lindbergh reelined to dlacutiB his Louis wau wald to be favored IIH the locution for tho aiujjlo irotoction agulnut tho corn boicr wiilch If uliowud u freo roln will no doubt jrovu ono of thu woiHt our furinuru liuw aval had to coiiiunU luriuurH can lo much to inaku thin a by urging every land uwnur or to act jiiomiiily and do a good Job of Jliu corii will luiii if thin doilUJ furmcjH will aavu and ull will tho satistaition uC knuw Ing Una difficult HiiuaUori has been Btruits April H Another big third within a WUK burn today vviili a loss estimated ut AT THE HOSPITAL Miss OladyH Small discharg ed to her home Mm Henry Whltloch was dis charged Maria Kaahnor was discharg ed to her homo Arthur Kloyer of Bhenango un derwent an operation jilttlo opurated upon this Such speclalH as granulatod i lZo Hhroddort Oe good fresh 2tiu Boap 4o will bo thu H Is well to 1tmnniber that all inon uy wpuut at this store remainu at that looul rualdent atoro ow noiM support local but money spent In chain Htoreu awl stores of nonreslclont la sent out of at Houcks phono MINE BLAST IS MENACE TO 30 AT CHARLESTON No Fatalities Believed Have Followed West ginia Explosion April ty men enoaped safely today nn explosion ooqurred In ml no of tho Keystone Goal rornpapy at the s ing department waa fatalities It Hair 2l5c Davis1 ovms Cigar 218 18 Ma i Gentuiv Aprtl   

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