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Biddeford Daily Journal (Newspaper) - October 3, 1927, Biddeford, Maine Pack eight Biddeford daily journal monday evening october 3, 1927. The weather Washington Ort. 3.�? Ai a forecast for Northern new England showers tonight or tuesday. Warmer tonight in Eastern Maine. Slightly cooler in the Interior tuesday. Fresh Southeast and South winds. A i Quarter Century ago Biddeford daily journal october 3, 1902. Or. M. J. Hahn on trial in supreme court charged with manslaughter the Case against or. Myron j. Car was going As lie did not see it Hahn of Commonwealth Avenue. Bos until it struck his car. said Grifton held in the local municipal Fin was not driving fast. did not court on probable cause and indicted remember whether he sounded his by the grand jury at the september Horn or not nor could he remember year Bosh hash Ana Ushers in the 5663 in israelite chronology. Marriage of miss Ophelia Foss and Almon Wakefield is celebrated at Foss Street methodist Church. Ladies Kersey capes arc $4.98. Valberta six year old violinist entertains audience at first Parish Church. Saco. Col. Richard g. Shannon former new York congressman is putting memorial window in Saco congregational Church in Honor of his Grandfather Richard Cutis. Frances Gertrude Hunt and Clarence Gove Are married at Home of by Ide. Term of supreme court on a Man a Slaughter charge in connection with the Accident at the Corner of Union and Elm streets in this City. August 1 to in which miss Frances Richardson of South bar. N. S. At the Webber bos offered at j in Jure i. Was taken u court at Alfred this special drawn jury. The jury is made Scribner Waterboro Olerson Hollis Lames Ford Roy i. When to id ii. Libby simple drown Lyman Amos Hanson Sanford John Colton Hollis Charles Woodward w Ater hearing any Horn. On Cross examination he repeated practically the same testimony. said miss Richardson had never la Een in the car before. The Accident Hap a student Ourse opened about 9.30, he said and they Tai was fatally were going Back to the Hospital As i in the supreme miss Richardson had to in there by to Horning before a of clock. said the car was in High gear As he was going along Union a up of Frank a Street. testified that the Griffin the hurry c. An car was too Yards away when he san came out of the Street and that he had Edwin l. Haynes noted educator passes away Edwin in it Slie Haynes noted educator died saturday night just before Midnight at his Home on the Kennebunk Road. North Kennebunkport his age was about 57 years. Or. Haynes was born in North Kennebunkport the son of James e. And Cynthia Towne Haynes. was graduated from the High school in this City in 1889 and from Bates College in 1893, for several years up to 1921, he was superintendent of the Methuen mass., schools. was also a Deacon of the congregational Church in Methuen then went to Philadelphia where he joined the lutheran Church. For some time he Ai it of striation schools of of Parsonsfield and n what is going on tonight. Delta Alpha club to meet at Home of mrs. Ruby Packard Elm Street. Meeting of Saco Odd Fellows. Meeting of Squanto tribe red men. E. Amp i. Union. The regular meeting of the women educational and indu trial Union has been postponed from next Friday to the following Friday. October l a on account of the meeting of the federation of women s clubs which meets at Lewiston next Friday. Daughters of Ruth. The daughters of Ruth will be on trained at the universalist vestry tuesday evening. An interesting programme is promised. Misses Corinne and Lauretta Wells will be the hostesses. Of William Mann Edward Quinn Man. Just a of the bunty pc i n 1 the attorney if. Neal was the measure Corner of ring pita ii sex been after or a is keep watch for the a a feverish cold if you Are a run Down or out i of condition if sluggish Bow. Cis have allowed poisonous impurities to accumulate in your i system you Are certain to suffer severely from a a feverish colds. elixir will Ward off or Lessen these attacks because or. True s elixir is made of tested herbs of pure Quality that put the system in Good condition and relieve constipation. Hie True family laxative economical family size $1.20 other sizes 60c and 40c. Successfully used for Over 76 years i is. Quot a rth Berwick of cry challenged the submitted for duty the opening by in icy la. Ford a Dow Saco Cisi Congi first witness testify in merits which he took j Elm and Union Street or David k Polk Ammer testified to Calvd t a the Webb r the act Dent he told sustained by miss Richardson and Aid death was due to crushing injuries. Or. In Willis Hurd testified to helping or. Boil off in the examination and told of the injuries Clyde Gerry employed at the Center garage As Mechanic testified that he wont out about to of clock on the night of the Accident to Clit so up the Gas tanks. said that the Coupe of or. Hahn went by the garage travel ing Between 50 and co Miles an hour he said he went to the Corner o1 Union and Elm tic is and found that it was the same car in the crash. Alphonse Labrecque of this City testified through Henry a. Berube a interpreter. said that he was at five Point and travelling about 2i mile an hour when the car of or. Hahn passed him going Over 35 mile an hour. described the t ars As h saw them at the scene of the Accident William f. Curtis Driver of the car in which miss Richardson had been Riding testified that they had been to old Orchard and were returning Home he said he was driving and miss Richardson was sitting in the seat beside him. testified that he had beet driving about 15 Miles an hour or va3 going not Mort opting out of Union do said by i whet entering Elm Street a of Frank j. Grif Caf that big rec Union Street and than to or 12 in Street into Elm. Both ways when and could see the Fin Driver of the t Iii i Metal ceilings costs less than plaster put Over the old ceiling William j. Desroberts co 8�?~j Hill St. Biddeford it All 1771-w for free estimate. For churches schools and Homes in the Accident coming up Elm Street i about too Yard away but could not see any other car coming n the oppo j site direction. Ile said he Felt two i a crashes and had the impression tha j i his car struck a tree. said that the j first thing he realized miss Richard j son was in the rear of Tho car and that he was sitting on the floor of the Cai i on the ground with the car either up Side Down or on its site. said he j j helped to get the girl out of the car. could not say How fast the Hahn or Beauty Shoppe 156 main Street Saco l Inger waving i Lair dyeing and Hennas Call 1597-w for appointment Carola Googins Ruth Weir Ruth a Thomas piano instruction graduate of the new England on Servator of music seven years teaching experience. Tel. 799-w. 326 main St., Saco. Harold a. Norton Locksmith hardware paints and oils. 18 Alfred us mrs i a Doux a Beauty parlor Marble Block shoe store permanent waving a specially t bombs not a necessity marvelling shampooing Finger waving to a 1082-m for appoint met Donald. A Alfred Dan Tho front wheels of his car Over the j ugh Lawrence rails of the car track in the Middle of the Street before his car was struck. When he came to the car was on the right hand Side of Elm Street. Tes Ifield that As soon As miss Richardson i re pm had been taken to the Hospital he names went to his Home on Mason Street. I he was in a dazed condition and ii id not know whether he had Ridden or walked. Frank j. Griffin of Somerville mass., Driver of the Chandler car in j the Accident was the next witness. White found guilty. At the opening of saturday mornings session of court at o clock county attorney Parley la. Ford in j Gin his closing argument in Tho York criminal assault Cue in which Josephine Elizabeth Grant 23. Was the complainant and John n. White. A 21-Ycar-old chauffeur employed York Harbor was the respondent. The county attorney occupied a Tuit hour i address being characterized As one of the strongest and most Brilliant i had Ever made before a jury. was warmly congratulated 1 Irr in the Forenoon by members of in liar. Associate Justice Barnes in his a nigh add eased the jury for 17 minutes and this body retired to the Ary room at 10.25 of clock to consider he evidence returning at 11.30 with \ verdict of guilty. White received a in verdict Lainily betraying Little motion and apparently As Little surmise. was then conducted from he court room by Jailer Lester Garin and returned to the county jail. The next Case called was that against Omer alias Thomas. Bedard f North Kennebunkport at whose Dace Deputy sheriffs made a seizure in july 29, the complaint being made y Depute Henry a. Berube. Bedard was found guilty in the Kennebunk a Curt on july 30, and was fined $200 my costs and Given a jail sentence of to month. Id appealed. The Case was tried in supreme a ourt before the following drawn Iury Edwin s. Winslow of North Berwick Foreman Charles l. Wee j Nan of Parsonsfield che ter lord of Outh Berwick Charles in Wood Ward of Waterboro Amos Hanson of Blanford Henry c. Anderson of hol is Frank h. Scribner of Waterboro Burleigh l. Littlefield of Wells her a it Lambert of Eliot. George n. Stevens of Kennebunkport John w. Anderson of Dayton and Waldo trader of Shapleigh. Following county attorney Fords opening the first witness called was Deputy Berube who testified to find no a can containing a quart of Alco lol a Jug that had contained Moonshine part of a still and an empty gallon can. said he found two ans in underbrush at the end of a president of the Massachusetts. is survived by Bis wife Maryf a three daughters mrs. D. S. Bartlett Perry Point. Md., mrs. B. F. Scald of Philadelphia mrs. Hugh Pendexter. Jr., of new York a son Lames e. Haynes of Lawrence. Mass., and two grandchildren. Barbara la. Bail Cut and Hugh . 3rd. Rho funeral will be held tuesday with services at 2 of clock at the Home on the Kennebunk Road North Kennebunkport. Popular Young people plight their troth miss Ruth e. Coker Bride of j. Melbourne Cheney at High noon today. A very pretty but quiet was solemnized this noon at the parsonage of the second congregational Church on Crescent Street when miss Ruth Emma Coker daughter of or. And mrs. Elton b. Coker of main Street Saco and John Melbourne Cheney son of or. And mrs. Clifford a Cheney of Alfred Street this City arc joined in Wedlock by Rev. Leon e. Grubaugh a. Tor of. The Church the double ring Sci vice timing used. The Bride was beautifully gowned in Pine Needle Green with a hat of Concord girl would be mayor Mony or. And mrs. Cheney left by automobile for Boston planning to go from there to Washington d. C., where they will remain for some i rnt1pnr.i m ii a Apai time visiting the different places of. Concord n. H., oct. 3.-<ai a Ai interest. On their return they will led a dymm nation in municipal in reside at 76 summer Street Saco. Pavements whereby certain sections a Large number of Beautiful and of to hts a to Are favored while others valuable gifts were Reee lived by the a a a a a neglected Marks the platform is Roupie from their numerous Friend Sutz a thl8 morning by miss Gwendolyn and relatives in the two cities who Jones 24 year old candidate for May unite in wishing them great Hap or miss Jones is opposed by the i Ness in their married life. Present mayor Fred n. Marden and both of the Young people Are Well by two other men Willis h. Flin known in the two cities where they former chief executive and e. B. Wedding if ave a hire Circle of friends and Haskell miss Jones platform in acquaintances. They arc both Grad eludes zoning improved streets Alder unites of Thornton Academy the manic cooperation Economy in Public Bride Iii the class of 1921 and the affairs elimination of the City dump Groom in the class of 1920. Or. And improved fire and police protect is at present assistant Mon Hon. Ager of that it Diamond mat a co. In this City of which his father is the superintendent. The Bride has since after graduation from the Academy been employed in the office of the company on Hooper Street. Two children Burn with Home bankruptcy petitions. Exempt assets of $25 and Lia Bili Black end Silver and carried a Colo ties of $42,211.05 Are listed in a Lonill bouquet. Miss Emily Farrow voluntary bankruptcy petition filed of new Yoi ii City an intimate by George a. Berman South Berwick Friend of the of the Bride and a for merchant in the United states Dis Mer Saco Gill acted As maid court at Portland. The amount Honor. She wre Wood Brown with of $9,243.38 of liabilities is eur hat to match. The Groom was at of. Berman has been doing business tended by Alfred s. Bradford of this in South Berwick As Porter Pines City. Immediately following the Cere ten injured in Auto crash near the death underpass last night the worst Accident that has Hap scene after the crash and he immedi a Rcd on the new state Road Between lately went Back to his Home and sent this City and Kennebunk took place in an emergency Call and Central Early sunday evening a Short distance operator did great service in calling West of the filling station conducted doctors and nurses at the Webber by John Fearon above the underpass Hospital who were quickly on the Throe cars in which there were said scene. Sansoucy s ambulance was also to have let on 15 or More passengers a tiled. Came together in Tho crash. Rose Demers was fit to be the one of the car driven by Donat most seriously injured having a two dimers of Lewiston in which there Inch Scalp wound. She was removed to were nine members of the Demers her Home in Lewiston. Others in the family which was coming towards car besides Rose Demers and the drive this City on their Way to their Home or Donat Demers were budget the in Lewiston is said to have been father Mary Mother of the girl closely followed by an automobile of Dinah a sister Burien a brother George d. Pastorius of Newcastle Lagrotto another brother and Alicr turnips. Which had four passengers. A third Tine Grenier a sister of mrs. Comers. A. Onion Cor said to have been driven by h. Or. Sweeter the Portland actor a. Sweetser Portland attorney go nay was taken to his Homo on Stew ing toward Kennebunk were All in the ens Avenue Portland and his wife to tangle. It was said that the Sweetser St. Barnabas Hospital Portland. They were said not to have been seriously injured. All Thrett cars were quite badly damaged. They were towed to spin Ards garage in this City. State Highway patrolmen Ernest la Jones and Beals investigated the Accident. Officers also went out from this City. Read journal classified ads. Manchester n. In oct. 3.�? apr two Small children were burned to death about g.30 of clock this moaning when the two Story dwelling of Achille Aninon in pin Ardville a suburb was burned to the ground by a fire of unknown origin. The victims Are Rita Dostie 6, and Edward Dos tie 3, children of mrs. Lena Dostie Roux of this City. Several neighbors attempted to save the children who were sleeping on the second floor but were turned Back by the heat of the fire and by the heavy smoke. Bibeau Bros. The pure food Market incorporated specials for tuesday and wednesday Lamb Fores boned and rolled j White Button onions.20c la .20c la Green tomatoes 25c Peck Lamb legs.28c la red cabbage.5c la brisket corned beef. Thick rib corned beef native cabbage. Beets. Cares. 25c la 22c la. 2c la 6 lbs. 25c Pastorius sideswiped Pastorius car boing against that of de Cor and that of each other the forced violently mers. John Enron who conducts the filling station and lunch stand a Short distance from the death underpass was on of the fir get to arrive on the cauliflower.15c each celery.15c Bunch hot peppers Green.15c la hot peppers red.20c la Sweet Green peppers.15c lbs a is. 25c Sweet peppers red 20c lbs lbs. 25c Golden giant Corn c un.,. 39c pack preserving Atlas Jar Small pickling onions yellow s Pink 95c do2. Quark it $1.15 do. .25c Peck two quarts $1.65 do. Daily arrivals of fresh fish heavy Cream Superior coffees ground to order phone 907-908 Corner Alfred amp Jefferson sts., Biddeford body found at Kinney shores not identified medical examiner d. E. The Man was about six feet tall and weighed about 150 pounds lie j was of the Brunette Type with Reddish of Rowry hair. His Mustache was narrow and Small and turned up at the Corners. Tile eyebrows were High arched. His Teeth were Large and in Good condition tile lips thick and the acad Large. A Bullet wound was found in the right Temple penetrating the Skull. Dolloff says it is Case a is Caliwar revolver with Bise notice will thi party who borrowed the Gurley Law Elir from George be Amman Mason contractor Saco kindly return ame. Of suicide by shooting. Efforts to identify the body of the Man found at Kinney shores old Orchard saturday afternoon beaten path leading from Bedardo a House. A Jug and Tunnel were found have been unsuccessful. Medical under a Pine tree. Examiner David e. Dolloff of this Deputy sheriff Forrest g. Spofford City who was called by the old or finish Lay under the body with one Cartridge fired. There were blood stains on the right hand. The body was turned Over to undertaken Harry c. Quinby of Saco by medical examiner David e. Dolloff. Efforts to find anyone at old Orchard who knew the Man were unsuccessful. An Effort was being made today to try to Trace the Pur notice notice is hereby Given to All who use weights measures or balances for the purpose of Selling goods or merchandise or for Public weighing to bring in their weighs measures or balances to be adjusted and sealed. Service will be Given every week Day Between the hours of 6 a. In. And 6 p. In. At 200 Elm Street Biddeford or Call me by Telephone 1329-m, and i will visit the places where the weights and measures Are kept j. Emile Lessard sealer of weights and measures. Testified to taking part in the search Chard police determined that death and describing the property said the was due to suicide with a pistol. The i Chase of the revolver in holies thai i place where Deputy Berube found police Are making an Effort to run this might Lead to identification of the liquors a about too Yards from Down the meager clues secured from the House. stated that when he the clothing of the Man. It is thought a spoke to Bedard concerning Tho find that the Man must have been in Good to i Foj ate a ing of the liquors the latter said to financial circumstances As the Ai �13 in him a i done to give a Damn it was not clothing was judged to be quite Exon my Deputy Spofford pensive. Testified that he found an empty two the hotly was found lying in its 1 gallon Jug under a Small Pine tree. Face in a lonely Section of that part Deputy sheriff Irving s. Boothby 0f the Beach known As Kinney testified to finding a part of a still shores hidden in the Long grass. It j under a Pine tree and said he was was on the Beach above the High present when a boiler which this part water Mark. The feet were drawn j fitted was found Back of Bedardo a up and the Sand kicked up about shed. Them As though there might have j federation women a clubs been a slight struggle. Hunters walking along the Beach found the a three Day session of the federation of women a clubs of Maine is to be held at Lewiston and Auburn beginning next tuesday with a very Fine and varied programme. The delegates from the thursday club of this City Are As follows mrs. Harry h. Burnham mrs. Everard j. Cove and mrs. Annie b. Cole. The mrs. Emma Moody mrs. Morse and miss Lena lord. Calista upholstering and mattress making dances old and new by the red menus associates k. Of p. Hall Biddeford wednesday evening oct. 5 philharmonic orchestra. Admission. 35,. Thomas e. Genthner 44 West St., City. Tel. 718-m Frances m. Campbell Hairdresser will close her office oct. 3 to 7 inclusive will reopen oct. 8 under same management until further notice red men important meeting of Squanto tribe no. I i. O. R. M. Monday october 3, at k. P. Hall members Are urged to be present. Refreshments music and new degree work. J sister of Bedard Howard Johnson and Joseph Gregoire who testified in 1 corroboration of the contentions made by attorney Donahue in his opening. Late in the afternoon the jury reported a verdict of guilty. Of divorce cases and court adjourned until this morning at 9 of clock. Paris the Davie cup seems destined to stay in Paris even longer than at first thought. The country has a coming Tilden a left hander. Deputy sheriff Roland d. Parsons testified that he was present when a one gallon Jug was found having As body sifted in the search. When the body was found it was attorney William p. Donahue who bareheaded and a Brown Felt hat defended Bedard contended in his of i with dark Brown band Lay near. This ening that at no time had Bedard any band had the Marks Cut from the deiega�e8 from the women a Educa liquor on his premises and that if any leather and the top of the lining was j tonal a old Industrial Union of Saco were found there on july 29 it did j taken out As though the Man halt a Are As follows mrs. Byron h. Cleaves i not belong to him. claimed that. Attempted to destroy All identifier mrs Lillian Allen mrs. Ella Dow the boiler found had been used in the Hon Marks. A pair of Brown leather course of repairs made on a shed. 1 gloves Lay together a Short Dis the witnesses for the defense were Tanee from the body. Omer alias Thomas Bedard Albert the body was clothed in a Brown Bedard his brother mrs. Turgeon a mixture Tweed top coat with a strap sewed across the Back to fit the form closely and cause the skirt to _ flare. The makers Mark was partly Christian Boussas who resembles legible Only the a letters a a Ndon be Igig a Jujj in physique and plays like ing decipherable. His suit was of him gave Henri Cochet Davis cup m Blue with a Gray Pencil Stripe the Star it a Ard Dve set Battle in the Justice Barnes devoted a portion of i coat being a summer one Only partly racing clubs fall the afternoon session to the hearing lined. The makers Mark was ing. had on a Light Blue shirt with White vertical Stripe a size 15 Collar and the Label of a Nickerson Eleanor the haberdasher Boston a on the band. The underwear was what is known As athletic style. The shoes were a Brown Oxford fancy leather and sized nine. The pockets contained four White handkerchiefs three were folded. There were no laundry Marks. On one was marked a a so in a Circle. One of the others looked As if the Mark i Bye Bye bread baking buy m amp m bread its made with milk Paterson n. egg who holds the woman a indoor record for the running High jump and is also a sprinter was a Spectator at an athletic meet because of an injury. A is the Caroline egg competing your sister a she was asked. A no that a my mrs. Egg took part in the 800 meters run but did not place. A Why in be run Miles and Miles a she said in explaining i had been removed but not recently that the distance was not too great there was a ten Dollar Bill and $1.20 for her sex. Nash Aminy Are making pilgrimages to log College Mother of Many men of affairs in the Early life of the nation. In 1727 William Tennant came from Edinburgh and had a Small log building erected in the wilds. More than 70 colleges later owed their inception to his adventure. 1 in change in the pockets. Other articles in the pockets were a Large dark coloured Fountain pen Nail file and pocket comb a Small collapsible tube presumably containing some cosmetic the tube having a French Label and the contents nearly gone. There was a band ring in the left ring Finger marked a a Sterling inside. When will some folks learn that the Best hiding place is none too Safe for their hard earned savings Hor safety a Sake place your savings Here Pepperell Trust company Cor. Main and Washington Biddeford. Open saturday evenings

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