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   New Castle News (Newspaper) - January 28, 1921, New Castle, Pennsylvania                               J Bell Phones 22 and 150 Telephone Your News Items to Xcw Castle's Newsy Newspaper NEW Weather Baturrtay: rising VOLUME XL! No. 144. NEW CASTLE, PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1921. THREE CENTS A COPY MARION ROBBERY IS FRAME-UP Lloyd George Threatens To Leave Council Bergdoll, In Germany One Defendant Tells Story Of How May Give Aid He Escaped In U. S. To Prosecutor Wins Wife in Plane Feet in Air f foal Aids Canty Trowy France's View on Indemnity Guards Played Piano on Question Must Be Changed j Second Floor Slacker He Declares. Walked Away. BRIAND MAY BE FORCED TO RESIGN Appointment of Doiuner; Brings About Crisis in Allied Parleys. Traveled Through Pittsburgh to Chicago and Sailed From Canada. Report Declares One of Accua 11 ed Plans to Turn State's i Evidence. Into Bergdoll Case i i May Probe Deeper By KHAXK K. MASON. International ITcwa Staff By XEWTOS C. VAKKK. PARIS. Jan. Goorgo Has HII ault.i- ntHtura threatening 10-return to unless Ihe Wencli change their views on Gorman Indemnity before tomorrow, it learned from itn llvc source this afternoon. An absolute deadlock confronted the conference when tbe committee, at Premier 11V.il, Tin- Inlrrnu- Jan. 2S In a sensational the first ho had given out since his oscapo (Jrovcr Berifdoli millionaire Anu'rieai) drail dodgiM'. today declared t.liat ar- were made lo luiy his'freedom for after lio had boon sentenced to five ,__________ I (Intcnmilnnul NCWH .iiiu. now invesdpil Ion of (hi- i-s- t of (JroviT llerutlnll. while i TWENTY-ONE NOW ON TRIAL of (irovrr it niiliuir.v priMinrr may rrMilf I'm rn Mir Ny 4 vit-o in .ei'iimuy, il WH.S j lliHldl III. official I'irt-liv i dn.v. St-i'i-etjiry Hiiker u'hen shown "Tbo sttifeiiienl lo 4 lir-over I'. rotiuilns a jjrejit deitl ibm bus not bi-.-n brought out hi Invest The Mi-M-lury In lo timki- :i Minlv of II t it sprtion army. On August t court niiirt fur mm the 1'uitrd St; II 1 7, I wan noti- fied ttu'.t 1 bud been drafted Into tin- army at Philadelphia." said Bern- "but It was not until January which was appointed at i-remiur i Uoyd-George'8 suggestion, met this I years imprisonment an morning to attempt to solve tbo reparations question. May Postpone Question. whole question of indem- nity might have to be adjourned to u future conference: or, Briand. of Franco. smothered by Anglo-Belgian opposi- tion to the French claims, might be j 7. tlnit 1 was am stod at Philu- foreed to resign. idclphin and later sentenced to flv L'ntil early today the British delt-j yours by H militnry court slttlnv: m gates were busy in conference to Governors If1.: nd. for dtfcriion. At rally support to the British viewpoint. tne end of the following April or pspecially to the stand taken byihaps (ne beginning of May nrranKe- that the indemnity i meiuB were made buy my freedom question should be definitely settled i upon tin- payment of 1 no.-oiii' in at this time. -gold. 1 wr.s nut told who was to Whatever British hopes may hnve oeive tbo' money, but merely 'thai i? arisen from that portion of nrranged and you should be Mil- mier Briand's speech on Thursday On Two) Denton Murder Case May Last Ten More Days Examination of Witnesses Has Consumed Many Long, Tedious Hours. DEFENSE PLANS TO MAKE REVELATIONS isfied to get your freedom.' I said I had in gold buried In 111- mountains it: West Virginia, but that it would bo impossible for anyone else tn find i'. (Ju.-troS t'liivl Wilh Whiskey. "Whether this was graft 1 do not i know I was told thai all I bad do WHS to so Mid diK up tbe 5100.000. Major Hunt and Major Humphrey? received the order to allow me to KO to Philadelphia. It instructed th'- majors to release me in cuxtody of "two sergeants who were subject i to orders from my attorneys in Phila- delphia. There was no mention of tbe definite of tinir; 1 could stny. "Serpeants YorXo and O'Harf took me to Philadelphia. 1 had been in communication with my chauffeur. Kugene Steelier. This was made pible by bribinK the soldier guards on Governors Island to HnuiKglu out letters. "Stechor met un at the station in Philadelphia with an automobile. I went 10 my homo. FIfly-Sec.ond and Windfieid avenue, to slay over-nlgbt with the two sr." scants as gu-ird.s. Sergeants Yorke and D'Hare re- quested whiskey. U'e gave ihc-m all the whiskey they wanted. The sul- On Two) Will Start New Bergdoll Probe XVASHlNHTi'iN. li uffiflal into th- tu Ions may ir.au ati-d b'-r-- UH u lit of draft dodgi-r'- rkutiU- mi-ills to Frank Us of tnt'-rn.itt today til-- I the ,ij I Selection of Jury is Proving to- Be Very Tedious Proposition. i I MINI ID CorXTV OH'HTj Wll.l.IA.MSuN. W.j .Inn. A.s court fur tin- third day ,if the "triif-j tri-r trial" a madf the rmiiids. it v tin- i-l'fcrt tiiut inn-  th Knife. "I wtiall I'ommlttec at iin H Kubn. rhu'rmtui "I shall be ami b> in-- Mr. !l" I -r.': U'lAl '.t'T- I ftsiir.' y, J I J j- ci-.h-r Holdup Pair n r. Pulaski raor roiled Aff. Otiicers Named Enter Store on Canyon Street, i 1 But Are Frightened Away. Millionairess Son Is Vehement In Jail Cell Urge Number Of Arrests Are Made In City Roundup CUums Hts Family is Backing of Annoying Declares They to Money From Mother. i f.t m-i" -r. :i- '.i- k County Axricultura.1 Association Officers Elect- By OH.AKLKS F.. HUOHKS Staff I-OS AXGELEri. Cal.. Jan. Interest in the case of .Mrs. I.miibt- Peete, on trail for the murd-jr of _ p. D--...-.- Fire Proves case is turned over to tbe iiiry. 'At the temple of justice the opinion expressed by some familiar wirh thi.- proeeedure in other famoup niurtlur trials that it will be at least ten days before the jury will bring in deliberations. There are no sessions held on Sal- and while superior iia has made every effort to fat i Hate jircKress of the case by openinc; the morning and afternoon sessions n ball' hour earlier than usual, tin. UHIK drawn out examination and cross- examination of witnesses lias Con- sumed many tedious hours. At tbe office, of District Auorney VVoolwine. the belief was expressed today that the prosecution is well sa'.in'fied with the showing made by the witnesses who have icstilied and that a strong case has been built up against the accused woman. From public def'-fidor Ajmeler'H office came the. expression that In: was to be able to present the sidn of the defendant since it some 'very interestinK revolutions offer." Mrs. sai'1 that while sin; IK fftf'linK tin: strain c-f the long sion, her health is excelIBIH and that sb's has a sood appetite and well eucb TWO NEGROES ARE ACCUSED OF DEED DR. TAYLOR HEADS FAIR ASSOCIATION 'till J JT mivn ats.l UN SpcciaJ Make Infor- aa Resell of Vnrlti Rather Stubborn Crass burning in fields of ibt. Moorrj farm just outside the i-ity limits at Clentnore Himlevard. roKiili- i ed in an alarm b-iiiK turnul In u_n Thursdav afternoon from box 27. The fireme.n bad a tune sub- duiiiK t-be Brass fire, which burned stubbornly for some time ibelr arrival. Dainape to the ainoinii ol' ubout lo fiwn-Ujjrft and stor- ed in the attie of t3ie hoiiic of II. O. i Milllkon tit Ix.ruin avenue, re- i milted from the fire thai devulopi-d ill t.liHt section of the house from i some unknown cause about )i. rn Thursday afternoon. The flrn- men were by un alarm from i box and confined tint fire lo tbe i al.l.lc by lln; use The smoking of a chimney in the home, of K. Phillips on Kasl. Hoy- nold.s slreet TTiiirrMlay aftornoon at o'clock, alarmed Um inmates and HII alarm was Mimed In from box 83. Xo fire was found. lo roloi'f'd rnl'-red of I.. 1'iijw. ('nll.Mtli Ntn-et itbout o'clock the evlilenl linil nf h'lllllni; lip (tic lor. Tbt- plompl of I'lip'-, niter luid lo rdiool her, In riiiiiilnt; lo it ri-jir nnd cnlllnx for tnlp. tbeni from ncritln- Arthur Mometer Whiskey Removal Further Restricted (BULLETIN I WASHINGTON, .Ian. 2S.---Kur- 'Iliur rriHl.rlrt.lon l.o prevent the Illicit. 'withdrawn! of whiskey from distil- leries and warehouses were liilil down lodiiy by Inlcriial revenue rinti- inisHiuner V.'illliiins. An orde.r-w'HH issued thai, all permits presunl.cd fur I In-' wllhdrawnl of whlHltuy IIHIHI ciinfli-merl by Dm illin illiii; and llml coii.firiiiiil.lon iniml. come, fnini Ibis Hl.dt.e prohibition director by n-Kbit- -a! Just 11.1 we (hi- year will) Ibis here In tin1 _ flldn'l soul.li kind of Kdllh Mooi-e itvenue. liaii reliiniud town, when- HHX.I! I'roin Vii n.led .still them in in.'ilii- luir-rli-el net .-il't.-r I dry S'-MI-I one of Ibr In t.tie pbtrf. Mr. and Mrs. l-'ajii- st-au-d m 'lh'> dlnliiK room of tln-lr bonie. is juHt ofi' the Mton-niotii lit the front of the house, when 'h'1 two men .MI. lured. Mr 1'iipe enteri-l hMP- to wall mi till- ti.M'ccli'd i-iiHtoinefs. to find himself confronted l.y Ihe :j4UMH of niHMlii'd innti. 1 tali nnd Ihe other .'diorl. Onlered Ixi K'M-p "Keep iniiet. don'l Hny n word.1' j SVHS I In- liiHlriii-llnns tflvnii Mr I'ap'1. I Mrs. I'api: entered I luj uliire to unit i what was on nnd tliu 'nil itiun i loltl tbe Hhorlcr of Ihn two holdup j 'men "shoot as she 'tiqiiin-di wUul. thny wiiiiind. TitlOnK in tho] Hll.iiiil.lon In a Klini'-e, Mrs. I'ltpe went fjill. the door lo Ihe dliinitii; room j i nnd niitde Inn- wiiy to the rein- dinir. I before (.lie sbfrlcr man had tlmo In '.put. the threiit. to fd'.oot !nl.f> exoculnln jiuid Ki'l.tlMK oiilHlib-, ciillnil for help. -Tlilii, upset the pltitiH of Ihe bold- up pair, which Is evidently Uif Hiiini' coinblmi tbin Unit. IIIIH been In all parlH ol' I be city, lluweviu, Ihoy did tiitin I Inn.1 beftn-e leaving In ilelillilld of Mr. I'llliil U'hei-e 111' lu-pl bis money lie iiuli'l In III" drnwer. ,'l'here ai'i! I wo drnwei'H uiutil by the jownur anil I'ni'liiiuili'ly, l.lm liolilnp mi'ii fniind ibit otic in which i.licre I In lin no nioiicy. This wini all tbiii' tin. men had lime lo do. (III! CIlllH III' Ml'H. I'ltpc tllllklllK It. I'm' them !n remain, and they wllhunl linvlnj; lii-i-ur .ml ii l.hliiK to i-npuy iln.'iii I'oi' llioli' J ufl'oi'l. ul Ijuiulllry. >i-f c-ntn) Un- boitrO t''i- riili-f i-'-MiU'-.i in lowltu: direi-torn t-'-inic fi-r the vcjir: I >r Tuylor. ii. Ii KJIOX. t'h.-irt KoliMiH.Mi, U. T :J C C KnK'-rii. I'liiin r.-tt. K It K. Ciii-r. J. I' ijenrbiirt iiiul i' W. Aft'-r Hi.' Illi-t t.i i-lect Ill'-ir I lie null of Illin wan tbnl nil the olil flcerri ill ofllci-rfi an-' I'r.-fil.l.'iit. In .Vice I'n'pl.l.-nl. UolniiB.iii. Tr.-ftiuir.T, H. T. (ictty, J. K. Myers Tliu iiiinuul shown the j elation to br In an i-xcelb.'Ul (Innnrliu irondltion mid tbu Ulrectnrn will upar' j no cXpctiHo to I no nnd hem fnlr. In the hihlm-y Kronndii. In NU and th" ,-i Ily st-a txt. SELLING LIQUOR AMONG CHARGES Arrests Made a: O'clock on Thursday Evening Are Surprise. I Snapshot? At News I t.'ra Into of httn hint tt-TU Sturm Prince Of Wales Fond Of Women J M. Itnl itnial Uiital I0i lOux-. in.s-n'" ftbll'lf.loit Ibe "U'bll' t tin- j itf M'liles pulil lirnro i t in bnvti lil.s fiu-Hliic (olil b.V n 1 Itt "pi-ofrHsoi1." 11 vi-nlcd Itiut IN foil of lln- fMlr n-oiilil niiiU.t ford Motor Plant ;t Has Been Mich 2 S. -The '.Ford Motor lUi j 1'iirk plant hn-j been rt> opened I Knn un-ii. inllhv -ten... tll IM'S Mint ninny of won- i-ttlT'il Inu-li lo work loduy j Ity Monday Ihe wilt lie opei'- :iitiiU[ ''nut a nit will ttnulnuHy Inci'i'ttHi! ion. otH- i i-liild mild llii  pb.-ki'd men of the who iiro lu-lilK I'ftlleil li> eiii-il. Nor- mally Hie Illt-hltuul I'in1 It (-bin! eiu- (iliiyi nu'ii i TO I'l..UK MCltTS. i j IMiniN for two linhtii. onu In t j pliinul In ibe c.'iiler of Hie Mill r I .t......, VOUMK had in It) H. H on .-iich were mihmttlfd tu council I his iiiuriiliiK nnd uliproi oil unit (honu'liiriil. U t I- Houiiil, Tor of all kliid.N, tins in llNllr Inletils mill uiM enjoy lontC life tvllll bill Illlle J DEATH RECORD of tbe NKW Castle I'lh'Cti'li- i-ompmiy lo have tbu itnine Inrtlnlli'il nl the of the i'il> The pin- tho uctuiil emit of tbo pluti ton oonl, luau. Suiiitu-l U. A S i; z r Vr-. w 
                            

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