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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 23, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NKT P A I I) CIRCULATION FOK SIX MONTHS ENDING SEP! EM BPK 20,108 FINAL EDITION it if if it With AU Latest and Best News of the Day 67TH YEAR—NO. 17.407. Dull? Leased Wire Report? anti International 5t United Pi Bervie* 11? (CT i (’HESTER. PA.. MONDAY. JANUARY 2:1. IO.* PRICE, TWO CENTS ITALV IS READY TO APPEAL FOR NEW DEBT PARLEY Envoy Will Discuss Necessary Steps With Secretary Stimson Britain to Send Representatives to I . S. to Also Talk Terms WASHINGTON. J:    IT TP Th*    ten*; . * en t, -rd re vision of the, r.r doh* was taken tod.?a* v ‘*~:i Amb;' ador Aug-usto Ro sn railed on Secretary of State Stimson r. v" i”om :nd about the prospects of deb di ct is mn* after Marc It 4 WASHING ION. Jim TI In mediate steps are to be tak< n by other debtor nations, following the lead of Great Britan, lot ai f ow a rd reopening war cl1 bt it (totIn:,on.;. it was revealed today Italy will be the first While without definite in.'?ria ions from Premier Mussolini the I Ambassador Augusto Russe will «. cuss with Secretary of State Stimyn within the next few days, th*1 sr< ps necessary to brin- about a <    '• m e As a result it is expet • -ri I?a;v iv make a forn ?: r* q ar • tit .od it debt commission to VV’:..Jim: ton soon after President-'lect Roosevelt takes office. Italy paid its instalment on December 15, as did Great lint a in. It wms pointed out today that tin Pi asiden t-elect. following hLs debt parley with Piv.mlrnt Hoover las' week, in announcing hts willingne, to receive a British debt rn 'Mon. ha left the door open to other debtor lit tions to lav their cases before him The British-American debt disc ai promise sensation in brown case |»jj [AW ('HANGE cogg-R ?^°*AX .‘Mi STATES RATIFY JFRAUD IN FORWARD STEP IN LEG ISLA TF RH Inreeast Is, (nmmittee Will Report Sn ne! ay Sports Bill Favorably (■rotlp I \amines State I \ pendittires; P.SA . Probe to Push Along HARRISBURG P.,    J,*t:    IM    UP. - ■#;N* AMENDMENT TO FNI) LAME RICKS’ Hold-over Session of ( impress U No More, as Missouri Decides W as in Bare W itll Other ( ominotiwealths to ( ;M the Final Note .UTT FUSON CITY. Mo . Jan IM VV- Hurriedly summoning leg...later.1. from their homes for an early SCAR ion. Ml*, .oui i t od.? y won a hotly F. AST-WEST ROMANCE mon* with Room", r to he the first of a parleys with the ] to find some solu* woes, it was learn ters. SO expel ti an cf Tlciai qt per FONDON. Jan. 23 UP The r.iblnef fail'd today to reach a decision on the United States* suggestion for reopening debt discussions by sending a delegation to Washington. Tho Ministers decided, after an hour* disruMon to take up tile question again Wednesday. Confronted with a deep mystery in the death of llradnav drown, wealth* 'cling Palmyra, N. J,, so. let' man. and Swarthmore graduate, po lire are show ii at top a' the' studied bullet holes in Brown's Hothmg I hr chalked rireles show how. when Hie coats were buttoned, a bullet entered Browns right side. \ not her bullet, Ared from Hie left, nenetrated ins bori' below left armpit. The lower picture shows how Brown would Ha'e had to have held the revolver—In his left hind and with a thumb on the trigger to inflict ‘he latter wound. Ellis Parker Butler, noted sleuth, has gi'cn up his theory of suicide and has promised "a real sensation". FINDS NEW (Ii KS CHESTER MOM AN IN BROWN CASE GIVEN DIVORCE Detective Parker Ifint> llnbbx Smacked Her When Making an \rrtst in She Insisted Upon Him rant public festal mea probably ills and p ores of tv V ti th federal authorities, using Hie sa mr tactics that rid Chicago of Al Capone. have gone into action against New lurk's I’lihlu I nem> No I \r Hun Elfgenlieimer, above, brrr r.o k terr, who is known as '’Hutch' "(hull/ I warrant on whi<h he Is sought i haloes him witli evading .iii income tax pas men! of more than V ’ .’ OOO BEER. WINE IHLI. REPORTED DI T BY SENATE GROH* Amendment (ti VoKtead Act, Benim inu Penalties, Is Favored .Measure (.ties to Upper Utilise end Speed.' Action B Promised WASHINGTON Jan 23 UP' I hr Vol*! irs for iii ll H» Mi ADMITS CAUSING DEATHS OF 2 CHILDREN Says He Set Fire to Home on Pan coast Street in Spirit of Revenge Refused to Aid Neighbor in Attempt to Rescue Little Victims John Stewart 14. Negro, alleged p? r oma ti la c was arraigned for a hearing in police court at noon tndav •rn a murder charge. He was held .art. I her, I? irrrd b n after the fl Stewart was se im* after the I When Janie *n t v% < Slew ii md Mi ii n 5 old huf Eridii? TANDON, United Stat Britain to Washington war debt, rn Jan. i* Int end 23 ?UP> Tile ation to Great pres<‘tit atives to USS the British discussion con- (Ontinued on East Cage FAIR AND ('OLIIKR WF NTH FR FOR FC’AST Fair and colder is Hie forecast for today and tomorrow in I is;err* Pennsylvania, Non Jersey, Delaware and Mandalic TTie highest temper ter day was 54 decree.* .and tile lowest was 44 average was 49, comp mal of 32. The high? ever recorded here on 70, in 1906, and the 1< I Rag. Sunrise today u. * at 7:17 a rn . and •unset will be a ceti p. rn. I iii P’andard Time. (OE. ROBT. lf. WOODS IS ORDFKFI) FAST ( ase, Tuesday PAI MYRA. N. J, Jar Brad way Brown, wealth! a delphi a busine.*.* man, ".someone with a gru Chief Morris Bick said • There is u Sharing’ Hed-coverinjf 23 UP voting Ph ut? fr? Hi tieve •d rep im it tire here yeast 7 30 p m., at 7 a rn. The Ared with nor-st temperature January 22 was (wert was 2, in • is something behind the lint thing that is being ron-he der; red "Mere thieves p hun wouldn't have taken trouble to make it appear rn first time -bice Bi owns lo md in his home. authori-t abreed thaf hrs death was Mi Helei OOO bl m Gf bloc B II ti Mi ilia in or tnt: ad be ii P I! lid .lr Col. Robert H. Wood Woods, who have been stationed at the Presidio, San Francisco, are leaving there the latter part of this month, on an army transport, for New York. Col. and Mrs, Woods were formerly stationed in Chester and have been ordered to the east coast. They expect to motor through Chester on their a av south from New York and will visit some of their many Doctor friends in this vicinity. MENS ACTIONS SI SPIC KU S An automobile, bearing N» w York license plates, con*.anim: several nu n stopped near the Chester pharmacy, at Third and Pusey streets, shortly ofter noon today, and when the actions of the occupants appeared to the druggist to be suspicious, lie promptly telephoned to City Hall. Before the detectives arrived, however, the automobile drew away and aas soon lost to view. ne nso obtained important ne* nee and would make an arrest rrow that would be sensational, krr had maintained previously Brown baled himself I.(aal po-u thor I ties had held to a homicide y. Doctors who externiticd the said it would have been impostor Brown to have allot himself, iwn was found dead in his home last Monday night. Lights in tin* hon. e were on. ana nil w indows and dom were locked There were two bullets in his body and a pistol at his aide. Not until detectives examined the garage behind the house, did homicide seem probable. Th'1 lights of Brown car*were on. Tile motor was still warm. The walls were dotted with bullet holes, showily that Brown had been shot there with his wounds gone from the gar- otnp a O' her are Pri j f Ter tai VV .stunted fo On the the bed cc over her, her under :i lump, w MZO of ll I piece OI glas: the diamond. 'casion when he hi *rs. and 'he pulled /rube 11 is I •ment: •n p Repn Rial; of an Riner ■ ale of the 3 o minora ll adopted an a Senator mil. g advert use nu winch rem a Ft Oh . W is. in prank the radii lier cent J wine. act lead me, people .shot!I become kno ri be cr miuiibte WH, ed and ‘ Under ti ie old cohol ic I av or- tog upon th . * elf duti » 6 an Ste,ss, many By bv v of win cohol ie s to 2 been repudi coeds lo leg "Til# evil*. til la 11» I in. ob-iriment 05 ftp r apparent to men! Under ere** s e pudi, HDY si f I a Md ** I? « e sa Id ri vote Don nun pi laws that w tti on 1 rnend-l kin 111 the prier Norris poi dim H Hied in ut of In dry the short M the opportur filibuster, of ssion leu cor cd from en but thee it rn tile people ii a situation ar* od? tit of govern-onriitions, a Cantil? general cleche statute boo kl unify condemner X llOll ” it elimination ol Pf he grand-i Negro children, who to death when flames home. 323 Pancoast, ast Friday night, has firing tile structure to in hts wife, who he running around with it victims wrre Ernest months old, and his Id, S months old, whose a were found by fire’s were subdued, to run from the started and was tiding three blocks away, md by State Detective I. Stewart was hiding bema ti fesse* in the garage, ’cond and Fulton streets, was seen to enter the garage man, who informed police, t and his wife. Elizabeth, the same house with Mr, Ward, parents of the chil-ie wart is said to lie the *ec->anri of Mrs. Stewart. night. police learned. Stewart ’a wife left the home in company with her daughter, Mrs. Ward. utter the children had been put to bed. Stewart **as alone in the house when they took their leave. Shortly afterwards, a ‘Sonny'* Johnson was attracted bv the flames rn the interior of the house and ran to aid in quelling them. When Johnson reached the house he saw Stewart 'here and asked him to get the children while he ran and turned In the fire alarm Stewart is alleged to have replied To hell with them, let them burn " He then ran away. Saturday night, an Inquest was eon-ducted at the undertaking parlors of E F White, Third and Norris streets, bv Coroner .Scheehle, A verdict of murder was returned by the coroner 'n Mirv niter they heard the evidence of detectives Stewart was held with- Snriiii's ( liisi’ in (I (I >li! boil for court by the coroner, bur , lUKt    ll.    w. villi have to go through tile formality of a formal hearing before Police Magistrate Honan tomorrow. The alleged confession is said to have bren made in the presence of de- Aam stunt District Attorney Clement "r*” .1 McGovern. Detective Captain and George Feeney, Assistant County new Dr'ectiie Bac Kaplan and City fn* Detective Hardman Hr*pile parental objection. Uteri! ll im .mil ids hritlr, (hr fumier Mn I of Wichita. Kau, are em their hom.noun following an f ol west I hi id oui romaine, "on, who was a I ii i tie-sr a1 Heir ut at Wichita I id-'resit' ti Mi tint meet with the approval of tits p .rents in law hill hoe won out me! the couple eloped after II oo hail re* rived A I,OMI ftoni his parents iii ( hint as a t hrixlnias gift. ROOSEVELT NOW TALKING CABINET l,n”si(l<,nl-<*U*cf al \\ arm Springs ( Ibm* I*. Urof»roNsivcs WARM BEKING i ftp, president-et nun; Re De ins »d Bren Red) ll Tutti M LaF (tried IIH 36 • lid id- 11 Ii 16, lid im drank frequently and . great humiliation when he Market street intoxicated The couple wa marrier Md . on March IP. 1921, an on April 20. 1923. INJURIES FATAL TO LINWOOD BON De'111 is to 1) referIa Hpeed the nu his rho mid tv ceivrd o the art iem roars put IC he It I nit* WI. Flkt I .sa1 VV' HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (hr I nitre! Pres') lie could not h age to the hoi Parker refuged to divul( evidence, nor would he sp motive behind the slaving. Brown was an executive of tile Franklin Printing Company, a business founded bv hLs fat lier who killed himself in 1931. Mrs. Brown, who was visiting her parent- in Beaver. Pa when Brown was killed, ha* a . isled detectives. It was through her that they learned tile pistol found beside his body was not his. WFST FNI) DRUGGIST RFA DY FOR BANDITS KIEU I) BV Bl KL.EXH Jan ZANES VII J E. Ohio, INS? Investigating a noise In the bedroom of his 6-year-old son, 8am-hls new uel Phillips, 40, manager of the U, R k of the Erosion 8‘eDon here, was shot and ’ Tied today bv a burglar. no KILT BALANCING WILL BE TAUGHT Women Welfare Workers of ( minty Arrange for Series cif Meetings ham L. McNamara 9 street, Linwood, wa automobile and iii! victim riving Ir s Ullin the Chester Hosp! lured skull and intr The automobile Lawrence J McAvr street. Philadelphia. to Congressman Vie of Hawaii. Mr Avoy v bv the owner of tin Bent, Jr.. of 2114 ,N Washington. D C. The driver was a Chaster Hospital bv ] released In $2000 i>o action of the coroner ciden? occurred near the Huddle an nue intersection I out iii licit nil Lust Page 'ALLSMAN VK TIM OC MYSTERY ATTACK vin Aug 16, 'levo Sept cm lr I Ina. Jam JI, North Arizona January I 25, Otego January 17; 28    1 Iowa, Jan plan 38 Cl K Ha Merom j ir I )a*. ’d in a rentri rn. vesterdat 'ates as I I. Virginia. March 4; March ll; 3, Misstivstpr 4 New Jersey. March 21; A, Arkansas. *he March 22. 6. South Carolina March reha 25; 7 Kentucky, March 30; 8 Mid»I-jhf U gun. March 31;    9. Maine. April I 10. Rhode Island. April 14; ll. IJllnob April 21 12 IiOUiKinna July 4. 13. Wes July 30, 14, Pennsylvania, *hf* I*u?gn ll: IS, Indiana, August IS; bolled to the * September 7; 17, Alabama. Noyemb'-r, w» et 13. 1932. 18 Nor.h Caro- met. matv 4 1933; 19, Oklahoma Sen"-rn I 5, 20. California, January 5, , vc lit na. a h Dakota. January 5, JJ, j his plans for January 12; 23, Nebraska, propria Hon t 13; 21 Montana. January 13; population bi on. Januni v 16, 26, Kamas, LaFnl 16; 27. Minnesota, Januarv concerned cl Wyoming, January 18;    29,( ment relief. 19. 30. Delaware, Jan- Little White univ 19. 31 Washington. January 19; (he cabinet 32, Tennessee. January 20 33. South length I Dakota January 20; 34, Idaho, Jan- ri,ns are bel uarv JI; 38. Ne1* Mexico -faunae* ai Owen 36, Missouri, Januarv I »r<>r after Mr. cl osr assoria Don with ire* - Norris, of Nebraska, ret I on of Muse Ie Shoals, el I** ti a* indies ting that ll I economic mid interpol irivocafed by ate many the bib (im group iii ti ri lo make ii 'ct that at le Senate noir defile <*•( one D< las! •:ib- Mr R UFI J) TD ANSW FR ( llARGF OF LIBEL clement ll Congdon, editor and publlshe. of the Transcript, a Philadelphia weekly, was arrested in his offices «f Broad and Chestnut strrefs. Saturday afternoon, on a warrant obtained in this city bv Dr. J. Hume Miller, of Second and Flower street*. Me ts charged with crlmUial libel. Congdon accompanied detectives to Central Station and after waiving a healing posted $2000 bond for his appearance :•? the March term of criminal court, tin county. The charge* are aid to grow out of a tat'un' lit published in a December ■ii' iii " inch Dr Miller is .iccu’-ed ■ connected with an alleged drug ring. i piny-the J opicsof Times I» lh street, N. W • vied at th al police, an J (lending th jury. Tile ac It in d PE ITV I HEI I Two pc Kl KOI! I Ell /ere reported to po he wi nd j. ii VI ll WAN A Plav < hoicr. Irish I— Preferred, M usic. t~- I’rin* ess Virginia, Nulling, Pal Aor on. 3—Goober, Shirley Grey, 4—(.crack, Pendulum, Dr. Jillson. ft—None. 6—Exiavalion, Marsala. 1—Rose Tournament, Hold Un. Miami ii 'N rather, clear: trar k. fast. HIALEAH PARK I —Pei fell Heart, "(roll, NI! Plav, Misinthe. Nunn' "pain, Eodafire, 2—"k\ Ro> al, \\ heeler Ct, Prince Drake, i rebus. 3—I.adv Rluo. Shaker Lady. 4 — Blessed I 'tnt. 5—None. 6 — None. 7 —Ever Lair. Foxey Burt. Polar Brush. Hanger /one, Bank '•hot. Absolute "rather clear, track faM. J MR (.ROI N|)S I — Betty I*. 2—-Belgrade, Burgoo. .3—Marie Jean, Sabula. I—All I pset. Quatre Bras 3d. 5—Deb. Bloki. Jerry S, Yogi, Princess Pere. 6—Off. 7—'"ill be run as sixth —Nyack. 8— "ill be run as seventh —Gar- ' , Becoming suspicion you!Ii* en*cred his ciru?®' and Keys ! Viiiaqe, anri orc candy, shortly b night, A. L. Col walked behind t counter and picked up his revolve as a matter of precaution. Iii" actior were noticed by the quartet, who fi? and drove away in an automobile the had Jeff parked outride. Comets had been reading of t numerous drugstore robberies in Hie eastern sect ion of the county recently and derided, that if gunmen wanted his cash they would have to .‘hoot, it out with him. Tile action of the four young men aroused Iris .suspicions, as soon as they entered ins store, but none displayed any weapons nor marir any false move. a good description of the four and the automobile in which they were riding was given police, who expect to marie an Mothers of families being .supplied throne n.'J'in'n orders” are going to br road. Bookman bftlanre dK;s and h0 J ice cr, am and Jo0f, for th, r n‘id* This was announced r. the proprietor. Kf,.h u r(,.,. prescription ^    si Lima. in a meeting Count v Horn to get most V Mrs Fliza-of the Poor, lid av at (bt attended by his home The plates im ber 218R2 A bicyrlf was stolen from 903 West Nintii rire' t. .so Mrs Garrett, who gave | scription of the missing w F. Floyd, ton avenue automobile cfd in frori’ s bear the Vhitc had JU*’ placed a car Iii th'’ gat age and called ills employer to take him home. While talking over the telephone, he was struck from behind and knocked senselei-She: sly aft'-rward hi. empioyei arrived and remained oo* ade blowing the automobile horn to notify Vhife lie was there When Vhite failed to appear the em plover investigated and found the .salesman lumped over » ilesk the telephone Mill clutched in JAP RIOTERS MENACE CONSUL American (>f (ieials in ^ o-kohama Move Wives to Safe!' Zones unci (till; Ut U! Bogus silver dollars made from the lead of old batteries were found in F'hilndeiphia Just another type of electric dollar. It s iii ’ a few years between the hand-out and the hold-out, one is when we read about some ii bail players, especially sn in this section. fore, that ! persuade I accept ell ii change for la five prog i mg o lh tons and C Da \ po ly'- YOKOHAMA Ja P 'ffi the re report? more th where trainee teach nutri- 'd Mr BLY AMI RIC 'N "I ""ION a score of women we] in all sec tions of Delay ' y county. A series of meetings wi! , held in a number of comm urb ?1P throughout the count women, volunteers, v lion and purchasing I “It is a concent: give families informs make food money b values at least cost, Anna DrP.anter Bo of nutrition echicano dclphia Child Health Society, As the plan of relief now operate-a fa mil v is given a    t    fo: say J3, the amount depending upoi the size of the familv. Thit ordc is filled at a local store, ’he holrie purchasing any commodities sh? chooses, The aim of the education# campaign is to teach women wha foods to select to give the greates moun * S Se: w t Hanley and 'n. who we ie passing ibout that time. made a if tile garage and terr: for the thug. 9 9 Jap XI" Capone Still in I. S. Pen Hen Hart/ 3 ?UP) iran consular insfci their wives late and placed a building al?er 500 employ®* of the •win-. Ma* hine Company had near the consulate. sri ?: ted 145 demons!.cators an Consul Charles Duvault vice consul* made ai range-> move their la milles from (liar apartments in case of NI 'OUK UP Ha in e leg! Pf Cl* i vine® iff" ' IO ne kl f beer vef, t he n-diatcl is legalized av • revenue ti* are n illions who will v start aiding their coun- p. ihc It i'll isnt afraid of getting ie gale because he knows hts worth I ?f * liking marathon in New mk would have made more money th? promoter had postponed it until trr Congress adjourns. A reporter, who has been covering mquets for years is convinced that ost of the repartee at such affairs mes under the head of chestnut easing. poi A boy at ‘lie House o ho is said to be a ru und wearing three suit ir, two suits and an ov poll off! oiled ildn't run bm Ph a porn t Aria wing Fed -re he Of “Buy American” will be the topic of an address, which will be given at the regular Wednesday noon meeting of the Kiwanis Club, to be held in nutriment and lr .’ii for t the Y. W. C. A. building. Seventh    monc-v available, and Sproul streets, by D. F Ac hon. Mrs. Bow-,' went ii.'o ? field secretary of the Buy American *u ac ail, point intr out. fo Association, of Norris own. Arrange- ,[Ul' potatoes contam rome merits for the meeting are in charge ‘ban rice or ma ca roil of Frank Andrews, chairman.    .bsti.ut-s. Ihere    : nee and macaroni, b ATT ENDING < ONI IHI N( E  ___ cooked in their skin Chester Girl Reserve groups are be- said. "Food orders t rn- instance, c nutriment ten used as rile iron in great (lea! Editor J eta! Prisf for income tax fraud Th- author is an ex-convict who worked in the prison shoe shop with the notorious gang leader. He has jus* been re lea* cd after com pie’mg a .sentence of 28 months for impersonating a federal ofTL cr He was committed from Philadelphia Hie facts as to his own care have been verified The fat *    th.*’    since Capone’* incarceration no newspaper reporters have i/efn permitted to sec him, and virtually nothing about his life behind the bars us known to the public lends added interest to this series. still "th( walls of so far a* pf I re con rte nf a bout e big Ph sn the mc Bow iii ne ” th rick. Broad Ive, Lucky Piece. Blue ;ng represented today, at an arca con- permit    ti    of Darter. Caret.    feronce by Miss    Marv Helen    tp^aker 'aid “but ra > a ib -.    and "ill br run a* eighlh ?—Timber- Rirchard Birls’ work /rre’ar’ of the (-inner, u-■ ate a » admi! ?b;( v;b- B' Ex-Convict No. ll Copyright. 1933. bv In News Service' man. Good and Hot, Foreign Re- loc ii Y W C A Thp confr O'. cr Ut Ions.    >eing    held in the Germantown V. VI Heather raining, track sloppy, C A bunding. ATLANTA Ga Jan ,503 •rnational INS" Al riitutes in the die? WL we corr'’ C~ ie remains ’he big shot Hp was tile big 'ho1' in th* ' Continued on Last Page uon,*r. Chica go s iackf’■' :.i;g nary pi on Plent ifllly 'although I muted to have more limn $10 a’ one time- he s'1,1 wear) 'lie silk unccj-, wear iii:?? he boasts costs him $12 a suit, lie wears suits,tailored for him in tile prison tailor shop and the specially made siio“s that he says cost him $25 a pail Other eon vie', wear tile regulation prison issue garb Hr* receives and sends a voluminous ma:*, although other prisoners arc limited to writing tvto ie*ters a week Or tile ground that i? is business correspondence '' much of i? goes uncensored I've soph him get lots of uncensored letters In the matter of via Dig 2u around the grounds, and in an adjacent park Police * gas ted that wive, of con alate offi-nai' including Mrs Duvault and Mrs Metrii Lennighof. be ready to take lefuge in th® large vaults of tile build- -mg, if neeesaarv    ] f h Duvault adv r ed American Ambas- aM sa dor J xcph Clark Grew at Tokto v ;l tha' |)olire warned hun strikers might Uo at.tempt to attack the consulate, tile he; consul and his stuff, however, ap- he pea red to think police had overerti- I mated the danger    Lei Duvault as well as members of the Ab embassy staff at Tokio, were said to th believe that the police were cither cot unduly alarmed or were seeking to charge:- that i demon? trate their zeal for protecting that $40,000 fr< Americans aftei the raid of Japanese estate and mort thuc on the Singer Sewing Machine -table placed ii Building here last w/*ck The raid grew out of the strike of 5.OOO native employ®*, and was not considered primarily an anti-American demonstration YEADON VTTOKNKV AH I SKI) 'n Cl.IKM' /ay vet ii f A man, who niadf one when he was 95, t ,’( of 102 We hope to ta s. on in stone cutting wl un the age ol 110 De Lrnt ion away, wa. of under* rcoat. Hi hi tomb-d at the our first n we at- of fflces 111 Philadelphia, OO bail by Magistrate elphia following a The lawyer claims of a frame-up (I bv B illard M. ncv for Edward miff .'.)io was unable tin hearing on ac-A bra ms. a < unstable, isle. embezzled more ii clients whose real age business the conins hands A bank cashier acca? /ling $5000 says he spo for go*Kl liquor. He bought only a few quai Theres lots to be {jouncing war as an ; national policy but it n explaining to Junior t •76 ” M'fi att money have about re-ument of it tough Spirit of Ihc WcafJicr^l I S. I I! I \ " I It I ll XI \M I WASHINGTON. Jan 23 INS-Treasury balance as of January 20, Loo, he $382 960,335 31: expenditure* $6 524 -•17 78, customs receipts, $12,632-( ontinued OI? Lei i’a^e 447 02. ( YRS < It \"|| IN EOG Mrs Julia Goetz, 43. of 2111 South Daggett street Philadelphia suffered head injuries in an automobile acci-d'nt la t night shortly after 8 o'clock, when two tars collided in the fog on the Lewis boulevard, Daibv, She was taken to the Delaware County Hospital bv Darb’ poller An X-ra^ examination will be made tori,i" to determine tile extent of her injuries. " \> HING I ON, Jan. 23— IP — I ore*ast for tonight and Tuesday: \>u lersey:    Fair    an    i    somewhat colder tonight and tuesday EaMern and Western Pennsylvania: lair tonight and Tuesday: somewhat (older tonight, TODA VS TIMPER'TIPI 6 a rn. 7 a, rn. 8 a rn 9 a. rn. 49 IO a m. 49 ll a rn 52 N ion 52 I p. in. ;