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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Altoona, Pennsylvania Stock edition wednesdays circulation. A 23285 daily paid average for oct 22960 Altoona Sartor. Established june 13,1874. Altoona pa., wednesday evening november 24, 1920. What her uns it i i. Congressman Begg defined a Good citizens responsibilities in Clear and concise English twelve pages�?96 columns. Quot Joseph g. Stine seeks to collect judgment against Herr estate for injuries received when trampled. Litigants charge fraud in property Transfer legality of Home of late Edmund Shaw to w. E. Cornman argued by attorneys before judge Baldrige. A damage suit in which a ferocious Hull figured rather prominently and which had been in the county courts in one form or another for several years came before judge Thomas j. Bake Rife in argument court at Hollidaysburg this morning in a new form. Damages were sought by Joseph g. Stine of Claysburg against mrs. Clara Herr executor of the will of the late William if. Herr during the settlement of the estate a Public Sale of a personal property was held on the Herr farm at Claysburg. During the Sale a Bull was offered for Sale. Becoming angry at the turn in affairs the Bull bolted and. In Bis Rush trampled or. Line breaking a leg and otherwise injuring Bim. He sought damages and was awarded a verdict. When an attempt was made to collect this judgment it was pointed out that the property was not that of mrs. Herr As executor but hers individually. Attorney m. Patterson for Joseph i. Stine now seeks to have the words a a executor stricken from the records. The motion was opposed by a. V. Dir Ely attorney for mrs. Herr. Real estate transfers attacked. Attorney d. Lloyd Claycomb for mrs. Susan Hillman and attorney b. F. Warfel for Alex Dodson armied the ease tried some time ago in which mrs. Lineman seeks to recover a property deeded to Alex Dodson. It was claimed by or. Claycomb that the property in question was Only deeded to Dodson in Trust for a loan of $200 and that it was never intended travellers will hold big meeting in City Altoona Friday afternoon and evening will be the Mecca for members of the United commercial travellers. Altoona Council will have charge of a big gathering to be held at Jaffa Temple. The business session will he held at 4 o clock and a Large class is to he initiated. In All seventy five candidates Are to be admitted to the order. Of this number sixty will be from Altoona and the others from Tyrone Philipsburg and Lewistown. Prominent members of the organization Are to be Here. George 11. Hunt of Boston past supreme councillor will lie among those in attendance and others will be a representative of the supreme Council at Columbus and officers of the grand Council from Fritts Burgh Philadelphia Williamsport and i uboi8. At 1.30 luncheon will be served and from 9 to i of clock dancing will be in order. Musical numbers Are Given in High school special exercises apropos of the thanksgiving season were held this morning in the Chapel at the Altoona High school the school chorus and orchestra appearing on the program. Professor Harold Compton director of music in the school pleased Iti a Solo number and Sang a i Praise the lord a by silos. The chorus of fifty mixed voices Sang a the Harvest prayer. The orchestra played a the Golden sceptre a from Schlepegrell. The chorus concluded in singing a Jerusalem o turn people Musi Mee congressman Begg in Brilliant address declares that Quot legislation will not cure country s his. Y citizens must band together unselfishly chamber of Commerce at annual meeting elects directors and adopts new Constitution and by Laws. The Grade the schools being dismissed at the conclusion of the programs. Pupils will enjoy a two Day vacation. The schools will reopen on monday. Lutheran Synod Heads install local pastor Rev. Reinl old Schmidt recently elected As pastor of the St. James German lutheran Church to succeed Rev. L. Becele was installed As pastor at impressive services held in. The Church on sunday evening the a taken Bim Over the country a great full Church membership attending. I Deal and he has found tile generality the installation services were in to Peop a about the same wherever Altoona people have Seldom had the Opportunity to hear an address in which their duty As citizens has been More forcibly plainly and eloquently set Forth than in that delivered last evening at tile Waigan House at the annual meeting and banquet of the Altoona chamber of Commerce by congressman James t. Begg of Sandusky. With the greatest possible emphasis upon Bis wot4ls, be declared that anyone who is not Happy in his Cit who is not proud of it and cannot american Bankers seek to resume Trade with Germany by David Lawrence. I ing Tho War and. Along with other Ger copyright. 1920. By Altoona Mirror Man property their disposition has Washington d. C., nov. 24.�? been left to Congress. President ii leading Bankers have asked president son has declined to recommend the reelect Harding for a conference As soon turn of the property until America As he returns from Panama so that signed a peace treaty with Germany his views May let a obtained on the for and said treaty was ratified by the mation of a banking Syndicate where Senate. One of the chief arguments by $400,000,000 of German capital and against tin Knox Resolution for a sep special programs were held in allay no is new Proun a e Grade schools this afternoon with a k. Should move out As quickly As he can. Vice president Harry l. Johnston who presided in introducing congressman Begg presented him As an sex county superintendent and sex organizer of Chambers of Commerce and a Republican congressman from a District that is strongly democratic. Or. Begg i it eau by congratulating the members of the chamber in having such a Large turnout declaring that lie liked to think that they came so that they might get an inspiration to be Hefter citizens than Ever before. He said that his work in the past charge of Rev. Or. Ellis b. Burgess of Pittsburgh president of the Pittsburgh Synod of the lutheran Church assisted by Rev. E. A. Tappert d. D., of Johnstown president of the German conference of the Pittsburgh Synod. Both delivered addresses Prier to the installation. The Concordia singing society choir assisted in the serials and rendered. The thanksgiving prayer a and a this to convey the property in fee simplex j Lgth or. Warfel took a different View according to the evidence claiming that the Transfer was made to perpetrate a fraud by getting the property out of her hands so that a son in Law. Rev. James Aioso could not get at the property. The court took the evidence and the briefs of the attorneys. A final decree was made by agree Mont of counsel in the ease of Albert c. Robeson against the Penn Central Light and Power company. This Case grew out of the erection of a Power line through lands of the plaintiff in Trank Jown township. The decree fixes the Boundary of a thirty foot right of Way obtained from a former owner of the Laud. Attorneys m. M. Morrow and James s. Woods of Huntingdon for the plaintiffs and attorney Thomas c. Hare for the defendants argued the ease of Alfred Shaw and Robert e. Shaw executors of the last will and testament of Edmund Shaw deceased against William e. Cornman and mrs. W. E. Cornman. This suit was brought by the executors of the will of the late attorney Edmund Shaw to set aside an alleged Sale of property consisting of both personal and real property by or. Shaw to Tho parties defendant. The court took the papers. Grandparents adopt child. Francis Dean Robinson minor child of mrs. Ruth Robinson Hite was by decree of the court adopted As a Legal heir and son of Thomas and Fannie r. Robinson of 1318 third Avenue Altoona the grandparents of tile child. Tho report of Marion d. Patterson auditor appointed by the court to distribute funds in the hands of Irvin Clapper and Catharine brim executors of the last will of Jacob Clapper was filed and confirmed Nisi. A Rule to show cause was granted for judgment for want of sufficient affidavit of defense in the Case of Elver l. Rice trailing and doing business ase l. Rice and company is. Louis Crane. A Rule was made returnable on dec. To in the Case of a. V. Dively is. Andrew Carn and Jacob Dodson to show cause Why judgment should not be set aside the petition of Dodson setting Forth that the note in question was not signed by him. Frank g. Fisher master in the divorce ease of Levi b. Myers is. Ida Fane Myers filed his report. He recommends that an absolute divorce lie granted and that no award of permanent Alimony be made to the respondent this couple were married in this cite in 1904 and have two children. Months mind mass is held f0rlate Bishop a month s mind mass was held this morning at to of clock in St. Johns pro Cathedral for the late Bishop Eugene a. Garvey some fifty priests of the diocese timing in attendance. Bishop John j. Mccort of the Altoona diocese successor of the late Bishop was celebrant while father Bock of this City was Deacon father Mcquillan of Lilly sub Deacon and father Fox of renova and father Canole of Altoona both deacons of Honor. Rev father t. P. Smith of this City acted As Arch priest and revs. Bailey and Miller were masters of ceremony. Bishop Regis Canavin of Pittsburgh was in the Sanctuary together with priests from various Points in the diocese. Henry Ward Beecher s a priceless relics Burn new York nov. 24.�?priceless manuscripts and relies written and collected by Henry Ward Beecher including Many sermons in ins own handwriting were consumed by a fire Early today that destroyed the sunday school building adjoining the historic Plymouth Church Brooklyn where the a famous pulpit orator was pastor for Many years the old Church edifice itself erected in 1849, narrowly escaped destruction. The sunday school Structure housed the churches Library which contained the original drafts of the fiery sermons delivered by or. Beecher Between 1847 and 1865, As Well As numerous civil War relics collected by him and All of them apparently had been burned before the fire was discovered. In their efforts to save the main edifice the firemen had to break ten memorial stained Glass windows. The streams of water sprayed freely to prevent the flames from enveloping the Bif Luling caused great damage to the costly pipe Organ. The fire is believed to have started in the engine room. The monetary loss has not been estimated. Soviet organizers aim to Start armed revolt 1 poultry prices More moderate at Market the Green Avenue Market House carried a fair Supply of both live and dressed turkeys today the National least Birds bringing from 60 to 72 cents per Pound. Chickens were plentiful and seemed to strike tile purchasers More favourably the Price asked for the fowls ranging anywhere from 33 merits live weight to 50 and off cents dressed. Turkeys a live weight brought a Standard of 60 cents per Pound while tile dressed Birds sold at from 70 to 72 cents a Pound. Young geese dressed brought 65 cents a Pound and dressed Young ducks were disposed of at of cents per Pound. Live ducks brought 35 and 40 cents a Pound. Washington d. C., nov. 24.�? russian soviet authorities estimate that the unemployed in this country will number 5,000,000 by the end of the year and two representatives of the third internationale have been sent to organize soviets Here according to official advices from Moscow. The representative of Tho third internationale plan to arrive in the United states in december it was said and propose to form committees of the unemployed in cooperation with the communist party establishing soviets of each Trade their Mission the advices stated is to unite the revolutionary movement in America into one fighting body to bring about an armed revolution. While government officials discounted the internationales estimate of the unemployment in this country every precaution is being taken to keep the soviet organizers from entering the United states. He has gone and the people of one commodity would fit fairly Well into any other. A arc interested in the same general problems to linking along the same lines. Cities must solve problems. Or. Begg then emphasized the thought that it is up to each Community to solve its problems Aud in doing so those of the state Ana nation will be solve he said that wherever he Lias gone wherever he has talked with people in the last two years he has always been sure to hear somebody say a Why does t Congress do something to help to bring about settled a but the thing we need in this country a said or. Begg a is not More legislation but to impress upon each one the necessity of assuming a personal responsibility for happiness and Prosperity. The More legislation we have at Washington the worse off Well be in ten years from or. Begg elaborated by saying that this country was not founded upon the proposition of paternalism but it Bas become what it is today because of the efforts of its citizens As individuals and in their United efforts. A we have been looking too much to Ashington a lie said. A you Are responsible for your own ills. You and no other. Of your town is a Good one you deserve credit if it is not you Are to blame. You Are laying the Quot foundation for what your children Stow a will be thirty years from evils to be corrected. He i Hen pointed out some of the evils that must be corrected declaring that it will do no Good to Deport the goldmans and Beekman As Long As we permit Breeding places of anarchists to remain in our cities. They will develop faster Titan they can be sent away in shipload. A the problem is a local one and the responsibility lies with the citizenship of every Community a he said. A chamber of Commerce lie defined As a body of citizens working together for the Good of the Community. Any climber that does not come up to that definition he asserted should cease to exist. Or. Begg said lie would not want to live in a town that was divided one Side or element of people against an continued on Page 0 injunctions served in building Trust probe ne1\ York nov. 24.�?tile joint legislative committee investigating new Yorkus a building Trust today was temporarily restrained from further of miss Elizabeth of Dea stenographer of the builders Supply Hureau of which the contracting firm of John a. Mccarthy business partner of Charles f. Murphy tammany Hall Bader is a member. Another temporary injunction restraining the committee from examining Secretary Feist of the amp Mason Supply company also was served on chairman Lockwood. Securities now held by the alien property custodian shall become available As a basis of credit in International Trade. Tho plan to utilize the German securities is also before the Wilson administration which is studying the Legal Points involved. But the undertaking is so far reaching in importance and has such a vital hearing on International Exchange that new York Bankers Are eager to know How senator Harding looks at the matter so that there Wilt be smooth sailing ahead in the event that a Start is made before March 4. The securities were originally held by germans resident in the United states or american corporations and business houses in which the majority of the Stock was German owned. These securities have been held in Trust Dur Arate peace was that it did not Lind Germany and that Only by a separate agreement or treaty with Germany could an understanding he reached concerning snob questions As German property in the United states or claims growing out of the sinking of the Lusitania. But the depression in Export Trade and the general condition of american businesses which depends very largely for their existence on their ability to sell goods overseas is a part of the present movement to establish a new basis of credit. Foreign Trade has been adversely affected not because of a surplus of goods abroad hut because of the absence of Money or credit wherewith to Puy for american goods. The movement to create a credit for German purchases is believed by it continued on Page 6 be Well observed terrorist method j industries and stores will j former Premier and Leader be closed and traffic great of opposition has resold by curtailed in Railroad freight service. Thanksgiving Day tomorrow which is a Legal Holiday will be almost universally observed in Altoona. The Tion condemning outrages in Ireland. By associated press London nov. 24.�?h. H. Asquith former Premier and Leader of the . I position in the House of commons was Pennsylvania shops and other prop it Lre l today to move a re8olution industries will be closed As will be condemning outrages against the Crown the stores Banks and Public offices. 1 forces and civilians in Ireland. The services appropriate to the Day will j Resolution he bad written expressed i v a x it t t it a a j. I Abhorrence of the brutal assassination be held by the churches the protestant of officer Dubohn sunday de. Churches As a Rule worshipping by pored and condemned the action of the groups. J Irish executive department a in at announcement was made at the rail tempting to suppress crime by methods Road offices today that the shops will be closed in All departments except the engine houses while on the Road the local freight service will be discontinued for the Day and everything of terrorism in reprisals involving the lives and property of innocent the government has indicated there is no objection to debate on the sub else except the through freight Quot trains i let expressed today that curtailed As much As possible it nether excited scenes might develop passenger traffic has been unusually i ?�?orn8 a d �88on the debate on heavy during Tho past few Days. Many Ash. A Ltd is a fix a for yesterday College students have been Quot going to it but ? was postponed because of the their Homes for As a Rule the work disorder on monday during the speech representatives of miners and operators Are summoned to discuss wages in Washington on wednesday. To interpret Telegram of president Wilson Cabinet official places Broad interpretation on executive message that resulted in deadlock. Lins been suspended in the institutions of learning for the remainder of the week. In the maintenance of Way department the trackman with the exception of those who have some special of Joseph Devlin Viscount Grey was expected to come Forth from his Semi retirement and speak in the House of lords today on the Irish Home Rule Bill. It has been reported that Viscount. Grey and or guv 1 or duu7 Asquith have reached an understanding work Are off duty today and will be l a rely Ivy Ireland in off tomorrow and very probably on next tuesday. They will work As usual on Friday and saturday. The silk Mills of the Schwarzenbac Huber company will not Only be closed tomorrow but also on Friday and saturday orders to this effect having been j As to policy relative to Ireland and in future will work together. Two killed by bomb. Cork nov. 24.�?two persons injured by the explosion of a bomb in Patrick Street last evening died later received from the main offices of the i at a Hospital and two others Are re company in new York. Work will i ported to be in a critical condition. Be resumed As usual on monday morn j sixteen persons were injured by the ing. I bomb. All the City offices will be closed to j Morrow except the police station and raid newspaper Plant. The offices of the health division. The Holiday will be observed at the courthouse and the usual Holiday hours will by observed at the Post office. Most of the churches will hold their services in the morning. A few will hold services this evening. The churches in various sections of the City have been divided into groups by the Altoona minister rim from four to six going together for the services of thanksgiving. The theatres will be open As usual special entertainments being provided in most of them for the patrons. By associated press Washington 1. C., nov. 24.�? senator Knox of Pennsylvania said today that he planned to re introduce at the approaching session of Congress his Resolution to declare a state of peace with Germany. This plan the former Secretary of state said would be Fol Lowed despite the. Veto of a similar Resolution by president Wilson. Dublin nov. 24.�?troops raided the offices of the Freeman a journal Early this morning and searched vainly for men wanted in connection with recent disorders. It was declared at the newspaper office that none of these men were employed there. Warning is issued. Cork Ireland nov. 24.�?the kidnapping of three army officers at Waterfall county Cork last week has been followed by the posting of the following notice in Cork this morning a if Captain Green Captain Chambers and lieutenant wats Are not released unharmed within forty eight hours leading members of the Irish Republican army will be suitably dealt with. Ignore this at your peril vengeance May be slow but it will be sure a priest is seized. Carrick on Shannon Ireland nov. 24.�?the removal of a Well known local priest to an unknown destination by military officials created great excitement Bere today. By associated Tress Washington d. C., nov. 24.- representatives of the Anthracite mine workers and operators were railed by Secretary of labor Wilson today to meet Here next wednesday in an of fort to break the deadlock in the pending wage negotiations. The Call for the meeting was announced at the labor department after Secretary Wilson bad conferred with representatives of the mine workers who came Here from the Pennsylvania hard Coal Region to learn the attitude of the government regarding the reopening of tin award of the Anthracite Coal commission. It Secretary Quot Wilson said he Wouk on next wednesday officially communicate to both sides the interpretation of president Wilson s Telegram requesting the reopening of the commissions award. Difference in View. It Secretary Wilson is understood to place a a abroad interpretation on the presidents Telegram which has brought about a deadlock in the wage negotiations the operators contending that they have no authority to consider the miners demands for a wage increase equal to the 27 per cent recently awarded the bituminous workers. They argue that the president Only intended that the inequalities a within Tho present agreement should be considered. Secretary Wilson is understood to take the View that the presidents Telegram makes possible the consideration of the additional wage demands of the miners and the substitution of a new wage contract provided an agreement can be reached with the operators. Besides a general increase in wages the Anthracite workers also demand a Universal eight hour Day throughout the Anthracite Region and a minimum Day rate of $6. A your committee will Mark time until after the meeting with the operators Bere next wednesday a said Thomas Kennedy of Hazelton pa., chairman of the miners delegation. Hwe feel confident some arrangement will be made that we can con Inife our negotiations with the Brothers of sex King Constantine in Athens a i Hays. Nov. 23 princes Andreas and Christopher Brothers of sex King it instant inc of Greece arrived Iii Athena this afternoon. Vote on premiers return. Paris nov. 24.�?the French foreign office Bas been informed that the greek plebiscite ballot upon the question of the return of sex King Constantine to the throne to be cast Dee. A it will also contain a clause giving the voters the Opportunity to declare whether they desire the return of former Premier Venizelos to Greece the foreign office expressed its opinion today that in View of Tho tact that Venizelos no longer holds any official position this proviso is merely a subterfuge by ins opponents As Venizelos Lias never been denied the privilege of residence in Greece As a private citizen he having left Only because his life was threatened. League of nations Council decides to Telegraph Powers that nation willing to act As mediator should be sought. $7,000,000 Ford Bonus will Start january i communication is sent to president Wilson eleven German air planes sold to american concern Are ordered held by inter Allied commission. Detroit nov. 24.�?Bonus checks aggregating More than $7,000,000 for employees of the Ford motor company 1 arc now being written and their Dis by associated press tri buntion will Start Jan. I next Accord Geneva nov. 24.�?action Iii coning to announcement this morning by tor mity with the Resolution of Armen Kudzel b. Ford president of the Ford Ian intervention recently passed by motor company. J the Assembly of the league of nations or. Ford also announced a Forth Ora was taken today by the Council of the ing extra 3 per cent for the six month j league. Ending Doe. 31 on Ford investment Cor the Council decided to ask the Gen t Deates Beld by employees of the com Oral Secretary of the league to pre Pally. This or. Ford said is in and pare and submit a Telegram to a lit Ion to the guaranteed to per Centi. J sent to the Powers in pursuance of or. Fords statement was made it the Resolution of the Assembly that a was announced to Correct what lie said i government willing to undertake med Vas an erroneous statement in test Ballon Between Mustapha Kern a1 Pasha. Mony by s. S. Marquis director of the the turkish nationalist Leader and Ford educational department before j judge Al Sehuler in Chicago yesterday to the effect that the recent reductions in the Price of Ford ears had resulted in the Bonus to employees being practically Cut off. On Alley paving action of Kiwan ians endorsing state Forest fire Protection program brings letter from Sproul. Jim Vaughn is stabbed by his father in Law sentence of Rinteln comm Teddy president Washington d. C., nov. 24.�? president Wilson Bas commuted tile sentence of Franz von Rinteln a German convicted of War time conspiracy. On condition that he leave the United states before next Jan. I. Palls probe committee. Washington d. C., nov. 24.�? Gim Irman Kenyon has called a meeting of the Senate committee investigating Campaign expenditures for Friday dec. 3, at which time the committee will decide whether to make any further investigations or to wind up its work and report to the Senate. J Kenosha wis., nov. 24.�?James i a a Hippo Vaughn Chicago National senator Knox indicated that in did j Pitcher rated As one of the greatest not expect passage of the Resolution 1 in the major leagues is before the special session of Congress in a Hospital Here today As a result of next Spring after president elect Harding is inaugurated. Senator Knox who has been mentioned As possible Secretary of state under or. Harding said no one bad Ivy Lur being stabbed by his father in ing a quarrel last night. The quarrel was prompted by the divorce proceedings of the Vaughns. Mrs. Vaughn Scase for separation was authority to represent either Bis views 8cfieduled for hearing yesterday hut or those of or. Harding in connection i they had effected a reconciliation and with a Cabinet appointment. Were preparing to move to Chicago. As Vaughn was returning to his Cable Landing halted t by submarine Chaser a Gumont followed. De to it according Reg the police slashed at the big Pitcher Vit aver i t i i with a razor cutting through his Over a ill Ami fla., nov. -4 hat was Lut and inflicting a blight wound in described As an attempt by the Westt Abdomen. The wound is not Seri that the action of the kiwanis club taken at a recent meeting endorsing the program of the state adm Nistra Linda v. Tion in providing for better Forest Protection is pleasing to the state officials is shown by letters read at today a meeting from governor William c. Sproul and from state forester Gifford Pinchot. Governor sprouls letter is As follows a i am pleased that the kiwanis club has endorsed the administrations plan for More adequate Forest fire Protection throughout the state and for substantial additions to the state forests. These measures Are so vital to the welfare of the Commonwealth that their importance cannot be emphasized too the letter from or. Pinchot was of similar import. The nomination committee composed of e. Broomer Joseph h. Fay and i. Mover presented the following nominations for the Board of directors three to be elected at the meeting Oil Dee. I e. A. Caum p. Ii. Crawford the armenians be sought. Projects for an International staff proposed by Leon Bourgeois of France at the Versailles conference and rejected there were reviewed Here yesterday in a prolonged discussion regarding the reduction of armaments. M. Bourgeois first of All declared that the carrying out of the Versailles treaty must be assured before Dinar manent was possible. He declared that in order to make that treaty effective some military organization such As he had proposed at the peace conference was required. Details of this discussion made known late last night indicated that the sentiment prevails in the committee on disarmament that it is impossible to secure at present a Gen a eral scrapping of War materials. Send Wilson message. New York. Nov. 2$.�? the Assembly of the a Cague of nations meeting in i Geneva has sent a communication regarding american cooperation in armenian affairs to president Wilson according to a Cable message received at the near East Relief Headquarters Hen final estimates on the Cost of the paving of thirteenth Alley Between eighteenth and nineteenth streets and ninth Alley Between Twenty third and Twenty fourth streets have been made by City Engineer f. Hain and the accounts will lie certified to the City solicitor after a period of thirty Days during which the property owners can make payment. At the end of the period liens will he filed where payment has not been made. The paving of these alleys was done by the employees of the Highway Bureau and the alleys were paved with Concrete this being the initial work in the City with this material. The thirteenth Alley contract Cost $2,481.45, the several items being As follows labor $1,297.28 material $1,110.61 engineering and inspection. $51.54 Catya work $22. Those having i la. Mcey was appointed to consider a frontage of Twenty five feet the question and make a report. The message was from Walter George Smith of Philadelphia one of the american delegates to the International Phil armenian conference which also has been in session in the Swiss City. He said the communication to the president was decided upon at yesterday s meeting of the Assembly. Carries Harding views. Pahls. Nov. 24.�?United states senator Medill Mccormick of Illinois who sailed yesterday from new York for Europe is crossing the Atlantic to Lay senator Harding a personal views on the league of nations before governmental chiefs says a report from Geneva to the Echo de Paris. The dispatch states that the object of senator Mccormick strip to Europe was discussed by delegates to the Assembly of the league of nations at Geneva yes j ter Day. Alva e. Davis j. F. Getty g. I. Metier l. M. Rvan w. B. Seward g. Hold German air planes. W Shaffer and Paul v. Tillard. Berlin. Nov. 24�?eleven Alum inure two new members were added to German air planes sold to an Ameri the dubs roster at today a meeting eau concern and loaded on a ship in Ellis b. Rohrbach of the r. L. Dollings company and n. R. Mcnaughton of the Pennsylvania news company. Each made a Brief speech expressing his pleasure in becoming affiliated with Tho club. L. M. Ryan called the attention of tile club to the importance of some formal action being taken in the Way of cooperating with the Central Bureau of charities and on motion of e. S. Raugh a special committee composed of or. Raugh or. Ryan and Charles $76.86, the work costing $3.07 a foot. The ninth Avenue contract Cost following the meeting which was held at Caumo a Ute members about $2,674.24 and those having a frontage a fifty in number boarded automobiles Hamburg have been ordered held up by the inter Allied aeronautical commission which alleges a violation of the Versailles treaty it is officially announced Here. German manufacturers claim the contracts for the air plane were drawn since july to when in their opinion the prohibition a a just the manufacture and Sale of air planes under article 202 of the Versailles treaty expired. The commission is understood to claim authority from the Council it it i ambassadors in Paris to prevent Commerce in air planes until Germany has complied with article 201, which directs the delivery of air material to the allies. Paid $81,72 or about $3.26 a foot front. Tho sevora�?~1 items were As follows labor $1,425.43 material $1,206.41 engineering and inspection $42.40. Cite councilman c. Ii. Cassidy who owns property along the Alley xviii the largest assessment on the ninth Alley paving $304.47. His frontage was seventy five feet and he paid for a Little extra paving in front of a building. In View of the fact that the Hest bids for Brick paving stood at $5.25, a considerable saving to the property owners has been effected by using Concrete. The alleys present a Fine appearance since they have been completed and the property owners who petitioned for Tho work Are very much pleased with the result. It is the expectation of City officials that there will to much More work of a similar character taken up next year. Pm Union Telegraph company to connect its cables from Barbadoes a Cable from Miami at tile West end of the causeway Here today was stopped by an armed Force from the United states submarine Chaser 154. Orders to prevent the connecting of Ous. Vaughn probably will be Able to leave the Hospital within a few Days. After the stabbing Debold fled and has not been captured. Takes clerkship position. The newly created position As clerk the two cables were received by tim j to professor w. Ii. Burd principal of emf Randant of this District from the j the grammar and Emerson schools in Navy department some time ago and j the Altoona school District has been the commander of the submarine Chas j secured by miss Bertha Minster of 2700 or had in turn been ordered to prevent j eighth Avenue miss Minster assuming any attempt at such an operation. Her new duties this week. Frank Rogers injured. Frank Rogers of 1106 seventeenth Street employed As a machinist Helper in no. 3 engine House while at work on an engine whee slipped on the rail at 10.05 of clock last night sustaining an injury to the right great toe. He went Home and was treated by a company surgeon. Weather forecast. Washington d. Nov. 24.�? Eastern Pennsylvania Cloudy in South Light rain or Snow in North portion tonight thursday Cloudy not much change in temperature moderate Northwest v. Kinds. Western Pennsylvania unsettled with local Rains tonight thursday Cloudy. No change in temperature. And went to the Plant of the Glass casket corporation at South Altoona and were shown through the buildings and the Workings of the equipment explained by president s. W. Manning and r. M. Nolan also connected with the office of the company. Messes. Manning and Nolan were guests at the dinner and the former spoke briefly. Music for the occasion was furnished by Irvine a Pep orchestra whose Headquarters Are now in Pittsburgh. Capture suspects in Philadelphia murder Wheeling w. Va., nov. 24. In lice Headquarters Here reported at 2.30 o clock this afternoon that the persons wanted in connection with the killing of Henry t. Peirce manufacturers agent of Philadelphia had Lien captured Here. The prisoners gave their names a Norman and Marie Williams of Philadelphia and were identified by Plain Delphiia detectives the police Sai. As those wanted in connection Ai ii Peirce Sleat h. To cent Holiday dinner. Macon ga., nov. 24, dinner Complete for to cents is offered for tomorrow by mrs. Ii. Arthur stewardess of the Macon Telephone Exchange to the system s employees mrs. Arthur said today she expected at least to a break even on the dinner and announced her menu of unlimited portions would consist of baked Goose with Cranberry sauce Oyster dressing stewed Corn celery Rolls and Coffee. Bishops Are divided on Church world movement Atlantic City. A i. Nov. 24.�? informal discussion among the thirty prelates attending the semiannual gathering of the House of Bishops of the methodist episcopal Church Here today concerning the attitude to be taken in regard to the Lontor Church world movement indicates that there is divided sentiment and no the Peele Sias tics As to whether to continue membership in the committee or to withdraw a a been done by the baptists and the presbyterians the important subject is to be acted Upton before Ilia sessions end. Bishop Edgar Blake of Paris Bishop John l. Nucleon Zurich Switzerland and Bishop Anton Bast of Copenhagen who were in charge of the distribution of Relief in the devastated sections in Continental Europe reported expend lures of More than a million dollars ii helping the distressed supporting or a Pliakis and in reconstruction work a a a be rally reduce working time. Springfield mass., nov. 21. Beginning tonight the Plant of the i in Bubber company in Chicopee Halls us reduce its working schedule from t co three Days a week. The Plant non employs about i Huo hands and the re duct Ion is made it is announced co provide work for a Many implores is possible. The Inore follows Tho precedent established by Large tire concerns elsewhere an official said

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