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   New Castle News (Newspaper) - January 28, 1921, New Castle, Pennsylvania                               NEW CASTLE NEWS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, NINE Episcopal Minister x Prepares To Contest Charge Against Him It Is Alleged "He Married Divorced Millionaire To Girl, Contrary To Cluirch Canon owncil And Civic Bodies Dream On While loss Comes Robbing of 1'illiivs In Mine CIUI.MCS Fissures In Ksirlli Wliii-h Mny r.iiin Homos __ -INVENTO (International Xows Service) LOS ANGELES. Jim. vig- orous defense ro the charge that hi violated an Ecclesiastical Canon ot the Episcopal church DJ- mavryin; Alfred I. Dupont. multi-millionaire of Wilmington, Del., a divorced man and Miss Jessie D, Ball, here last. Saturday, was being prepared--today the Rev. Baker P. Lees. It is said to have been virtually settled that the clergyman is to be tried by twelve of his peers in the Kpiscopal chmch. Bishop Joseph H. Johnson, it was reported, has been invited 1o per- form the marriage of the. nnilti-mii- lonaire, to Miss Ball, a beautiful so- ciety girl of Virginia and Los Angeles nnd declined because the divorce in a former marriage io the Wilm- ington man was "not according to the Canons of the Protestant Episcopal church." Would Suspend Naval Program (Intornulloiial News Sn-vlcn) "W1LKES-BA1UVE, Ta.. Jan. Terriflc shocks' In tho East Knd section of this city today Indicated plainly that'several mine caves nre due within a short time, and tho peo- ple am in terror. Sinco 7' o'clock this mornine: tlie dishes In tho cupboards have heon rattli-tiR. phister and foun- dations'crumbling. There have been no great openings or tisanes In that section, but they nre 1'eiiroil. Tho Hudson Coal company is driv- ing n. tunnel parallel to tho street ami the men working in U arc only a short distance from the surface with slight wooden props supporting- thousands of dollars worth ot prop- erty, fearing tor Iheir Hvo.9 and homos. Tho people of tho East End section aro circulating- a petition which will go 10 tho officers of the coal com- pany, asking that they lake precau- tions while the small hand (ill of poo- pie do this. The city's prominent Chamber of Commerce and c'.ty coun- cil sit idly nnd make no efforts to curb the cave evil which, in time, may destroy millions of dollars worth OUR REPAIR PEPRRTME1T the following cut in prices until further not- Men's hall soles at Women's half soles at Children's reduced accord- ingly. NEW CASTLES MOST POPULAft SHOE STORE MAHONJGTOWI people take advantage of thote wonderful at our Mmhoningtown branch Ktore. FREE S. H. Green Stamps given away free with every purcruwe. JUST TWO DAYS BEFORE STOCK TAKING MO.DAT i may destroy millions or Senator Borali Introduces Resolution of ln .nis cltv. CaHing On Feasibility of Such n Step determined to sell all surplus SUJCHS, ing pvtos. Please shop early in the day. (International Xe-n-s Service! WASHINGTON. Jan. er step forward in the agitation to-1 ward disarmament negotiations with the- world powers has been taken by Senator William E. Borah, Republi- can, of. Idaho. Senator Borah introduced a reso- lution in the senate calling upon the naval affairs committee for a report on the jiracticability of suspending the. naval building program for the next six months. The senate passed the resolution. RENT PROFITEERS MAYBE JOLTED Tcniuil Who Is Clmr.Cfd IO T'cv fentj: Mori- Th.-in He Hi's Hi-on I May Havo Kedre.ss '.-iyint: Mntornniliimvl Service) HAURISBVltG. .Ian. first bill in the House today, aimed at .high rents, came -huild.ng Program 'ort Up rent without reason, and it com- investigation. tho to be; BACK-NUMTJEli .presumptive evidence of Injuslir.1. It- Smith "is very old-fashioned, isn't] the court upon the landlord's up- he" said Brown. plication, the rents excessive.; He certainly is, agreed Jones, the court may fix the rental. AVhv he still "refers to the automo-j A tenant who is charged in CN- bUe'as the horseless j cess of 10 per reni more than .T- ,-innati Enquirer. 'had been pay'ng. ..xc-pt In ri.se- [where unusual repairs have iie.'-.i The total number of people em- i may -take action In trespass ployed by the British government the jury is autlmrized 10 fix th-- now' 77.000 more than it was In amount of damages. Judgment double that amount shall then be eii- 1550 PAIR WOMEN'S HIGH GRADE SHOES Formerly Sold at S9.8S, and FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY ONLY AM) WIDTHS In black and brown kid or calfskin, choke of the wanted military. Cuban or Ixmis heels, originally made to sell at S9.S5. up to Even- taken out from our own regular stock with welted or sewed soles. Specially pnced for Saturday and Monday at......................................... Women's And SfV.-riil hunilrtsl jinl I l.Mtltm.-.l lirmvn '.h.w !o H. In nil rowing CirLs' Shots Values Up To Clearance Price of hui n To Women's Hijth-firade Shoes For Saturday And Monday Only "t IB rtu- t.Sack W-a-tllnc ain-l in tiitU wf VAA S7.79 1914. terecl. ATTEND Neiman's Great Stock-Taking Sale See Our Ad On Page Attacked By Wounded Buck He Tries To Aid Hanger Tossed liy Apparently Hyliijr- Animal, Whirl) Then AtUicks OUR SLOGAN QUALITY and SERVICE Ud Smith IK we Co. 314-310 East Washington St. BKLLKFOXTK. Ja.. Jan. "f-. I William Leech a forest ranger iu the Sev.iii mountain.-; attacked by la wounded buck which he tried to aid ;Tne animal after it had tossed Leech about on its antlers then auicke.i his dog which he had lied io a keep the dos from attacking th" ap- parently helpless buck. Leech found the buck which ap- peared to be dying or starvation, ly- ing on the ground. As he attemp to lift him to his feet by his thr pronged antlers the buck lunged and driving the. antlers through coat and sweater tossed him up and until buttons on the garments were torn off. As Leech fell to the ground th" buck then attacked the tetherod dog After Leech drove thr b-.ick away It lay down ;igain exbnlisted. I Started Banditry Because His Wife Urged This Career' MEN'S FINE DRESS SHOES, FORMERLY SOLD UP TIS9.85 FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY ONLY In blnck and brown calfskin, Emrlish or blucher style wth vear wcltitl soles in all skcs G to 11. -OS To 3 And Children's School Shoes liliu-U: l.-i.iii.-r Jill 1'rlrr S1.95 rli.th And Children's Slippers hi I rr.t with Up lo 50c to Boys'. Misses' And Children's Shoos I.IB And 5-5.00 Men's And Shoo JB..-inline tj-.r- !Kt MH! in i-T ajiJ And S1.OO Anton, nut cmly t-kiri- hi-' MI-M Ywives Claim Body A SUFFERER FROM GENERAL In Morgue 13 Days BREAKDOWM TOOK HYPO-COD News, th- i Iliirk Nui mal FOR ALL CARS. Big Shipment Just Arrived. Ford, front DodKC, front Hudson, front Maxwell, front Chevrolet, front Butck, front .80.40 Tired 30 no. Mn.ll rompUj S.trvlrn) 'Ing ..ffic.TS NKVV VOitK; Jan. When Ar- tlinr Stanley Naynor. ag'-d -1. of (jj, i'ittsburgh, I'u.. was arraisned In, I1 ihe .Magistrate'.s Court at Jitrna'Na. tary. .1 Friday on the charge of robbing dicett Anton, a taxlcab driver, lie clfi i sv t-ov.-r, dared that be hue! guno into bund-: itry upon the suggestion of hlH joung wife Naynor, who said IIIH jjareiH.. were wealthy and lived at. (sOo lle.uih avenue, Pit'Hleirgh, held :n fiOO bail, lie met the woiiian at Mlneola, L. I., after hiH din charge from ihe army. Hue day in wanlejl io go litiop jiing in New York, but be had n'1 I money. Naynor iialil hi.s -.vite then In- liiHUid thn.1 he "go out with a piece of lead pipe and gel Niiynor said be took advice rind aitaeU- I'ranl- _ U built up- MaAr Her frc> bet- tfr urici sti-ongirr HtlR FRIENDS TRIED IT AND WtJtF. HEl-PED Dr. l-T.-.l-rlr-l. Dr. l-.nvr. II II K in SPECIAL Regular Brooms !C 7 Jinderson Anderson Grocers North Mill St. Kotli {A SUGGESTION j 1 The abundant health- I giving properties of J 1 Scott's Emulsion j I are as needful to adults as to children. Scon A Blour.tfielil, N. J- ALSO MAKERS OF KI-MOIDS (Tablets or INDIGESTION Tiiylor. .1. K. ed to ntlenil 111" iinniiil runsiiiyl a St.-'tn lit hi'vniitn Avenue IIuti-1 I" 1'ittalnirr.h on "ti- i-uary 2nd nnd Th" Women'ii AHKO..-IUI Ion the Ma.-cal.eeii, m.-l In Hiu I- 0 hull "t. TueiulM.v evening. In nix absenc.e til commander, Mm. Knox, th" commiiiHli-r, -irit" William Cover filled Hint i.ffl'j''- l.h'; iiiirond w.wli In Kel.riKiry. rn've'- Mltc.h.jll.rei! M A 11-' Try II. M. Slelndurr, M H II K J. v ,-epb ICVBI.B. Mrs. .1. M....U. iftJrK MH-bel- .d Mrs Tiiniiir. ri'iiynioiid l.'piy im" hiimu l'l.' Kt.eiiuU.rr mill tu-n, were. nueHtu of rrliMids In Vr" 'lioudliinii In vlHltltiK hoi bi-nlber, Hoy Urr, of l-liioiivlllo, win III] till! Blclf llHl. Willliim diver wim l.ln> ,.r hot- ihinr.litA-r, Mm. Cltironro "MI-C Lawrence M l! clie.ll.ruo IK spending n. lew duyH In Went Mlil- dlisaox vlallliii? I'rlcndH. MI-H. J. 1'. Clurlt anil Mm. Iwlwurd hi   liny lie In Cau ed of Intense Ageny f, It Ist llv.-tl I-.-. "I Inivn my my (in- yrturn. ntul i' 1.1-itip.ii-ii'i-y roller n-.iiii "U ll.intl U In imlv II lli-nlth ,MI i., IK.I- r'l'Vfi'-.us'iN's mi.I lli.'l1" "f V.ni .Mil r..r..r i. iiiifriiln. N ly iitul illv.'ri- Ijiil'K tt'hn Ills (Mi'ViOlllld. i uiitiui wllh Mullli' M'.ll'T onu luultifij. lil.-d nml Iho otlu-r two mill l.i-intc with tln'lr molVior. luivliiK IH-I- luistKC.ut Jiillnd I (i.i a rhrtrKe-of mid lum pi.ct Mi" Mulllt. Mlll.'i- luu! liiTiUlu Iril urn! hi Mlltl .T MOTOR IN STEEL PL.XTE MIIJL M--1..- worl.1. .NIIW l JisfTMrnNT.' l n.u'.io .in my nilnil f> ntyo n I.IK lint fur :'f' "'i'1 I'li'.TI'iltMuN'H I.INT- I lui.nv thiii H'i iiiiKhty hoiiMmt iii.w-.-i- in t 7'y HMO wlio IIUVH n Unit It. if Idly'KUni-i.iilnKil "I'si.inili. i-linvim. dlil ii.iro'i. lillml. lili'.t.lliih' ii'-iilim Dllnn, iilnnrn. r.liln Blinfltig. IniriiM. mul Miuiliiirii. ijjul II "ot l uril uliumuiit -Uu., liiu., N. I..i- n ibr.-n dny without tmv- reveiilcd tiny Of bin fiuully lilntucy it ml bli' 'uo.lv vim Uikru I" lhi> RADIUM MINERALS RARELY LUMINESCENT hai'o ovoi' uoon ruillum, ucoordUiB i-Ui.li- iu-.llIU riviu tlu- vtulUnH iieri Kni'.iu N tr rostuU of so ol. fKEELEY CURE] THC 1NSTJTUTC   

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