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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 25, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE MYI I* NIM ( IHI l l. MION KOR >1\ MON I HS un dim. SKI’ I KM Bf R 20,108 FINAL EDITION ★ ★ ★ ie With All Latest and Best News of the Day 5TTH YEAR—NO. 17.100. ENGLAND TO SEEK CANCELLATION OF HER WAR DEBT Throat of Depreciation of Daily Leased Wire Report* of t’nited P'f** (L’Pj and International News Servile .INS! C HESTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25. IO: PRICE. TWO CENTS F. A. HOWARD ALAIN HEADS PENN CIA H The t hirt v-sevrnth annual meet in the Penn Club, this city. was Ira red last evening bv the election « ricers for the ensuing year and lh lining of three directors to serve fr term of three years. Frederick A Howard was re-elect esident and the other officers ar*- as Weapon Pound Sterling Hinted Jjy^.P    p^;s’dr"i;.rf chosen are, Charles J. Stiff! Charles Palmer and John R Ha num. Jr. Considerable routine business aa disposed of and reports of comm tees received. President Howard pi Tailing: in Plan. ll .Max Compromise on Lump Sum Payment INS FONDON. brott Ie At Jolted Sta capon to in in in cml dc bt. that fr|y dcp « he: Bt it i dressed »nt. Ti \ ments. 'ascd d todav a for t hi1 J. HOWARD PEW DEFENDS TRUCKS (HI and Motor Industries Have Henefitcd Railroads, lit* Saxs Placing the blame for the present plight of the railroads largely upon excessive governmental regulation. J. Howard Pew. president of the Sun Oil Companv, said todav that proposals to help the railroads by burdening motor trucks with the same type of regulation could merely serve to reduce the trucks to the position of Hie railroads without in any way aiding the latter. Mi Pews remarks weir made in an address at a lunch- \ PPI IP X VT FOR BRITISH PEER IS I ii ll ."I a run DIVORCED PREACHING RIGHT DENTED APPROVAL ( Hester Prosily tory Objects to His Devotion to Huchm anism Opposition I an! by Rex. A. L. Cathern at Session in Pelham Church Chester Presbytery, con.pi i sbyterian churches of De Chester and Montgom* s meeting in Bethany Chut. lid Huh! .nd a ■ av, deferred action on t ie of a candidate, who f a belief in Buckmanisin. t (ford movement, and also h dr toward th** theory of c*\ en B Scoville. Jr of Hay* as the candidate. He a a belief in Buekmamsm, a Id his theories in evolutu I as it a C re a t P rpn f he hi Mi tup ore Arn non at the Washington conf H** said however, that Britain American friends whenever * t ft ady to receive our reprc.snt; and added tiiat th" debt readjii must Involve a final set ti* mr not involve reopening of repai If "he British delegation proi lump sum payment, sn h as mu todav bv Italy, it was un whether Chamberlain would .*• the sum nit exceed Britain’s si reparations set bv the Lausanr termer, approximately £150.000 whether he would merely dent? h^f from Britain proportion}! that granted Germany. It was evident that P-itaii r* a heed that President Hoovi President-elect Roosevelt were nus to get her back on th* hauled bv a ilt"d States, a; much busine im the railroa! irks are the b< ids have Railroad fret » per cent h ole trucking < delphla Rotary Club, ve brought the rail-business than they i them, according to oil and motor in-id, are giving the business than could [I Hie trucks in the id at least ten times vs as is being taken is bv Hie trucks. 'Die ’st feeders of general broads thai the radii bf rates are 50 to igher than in 1913. 'fists are lower than un inn cr before. Trucks should be used i supplement the railroads, to get ans (Tor fat ion costs down so as to permit more commodifies to move the far' that the railroads are afflicted with a cancer of excessive reg-dation and governmental control hon Id not tie a reason for afflicting he motor truck with a like malignant (rowth Rather, the railroads and rucks should join to end the regime (onIirilled on Page Seven I'll ESTER Cl t It DIRECTORS CHOSEN C ontinued on Page seven (OLN TY OFFICE KS DESTROY “BOOZE" sewers at Med Deputy Sherif! and numerous order of the Ct Several hour? ttov the conin of 182 quarts ( whisky; 27 qui bot ties of beer half-barrels of ■nted ex ic "fondants lid the a id.’ land Harts of pi r. In adc f beer, a c ■ses and n est roved liquor and ’ie tried ar filch 211 Encouraging reports from various committee chairmen were read at Hie annual meeting of the Chester Club, held last evening following a dinner at the club's quarters. 511 Welsh street. President J. H. Ward Hinkson presided. Aside from routine business, the election of five membets to the Board of Governors featured. Those of chosen are; William T Oalev. rd Kingsley Montgomery. H S. Darling-ton J. Edward Clyde and Harry Miller This group was titian!-mouldy recommended by the nom* nating committee headed by Charles by R Long, editor and publisher of the Chester Times. A resolution approv-e- mg the actions of the directors was cd also passed bv unanimous consent File election of other officers will be nd 2926 held next Friday. EXTRA CONGRESS SESSION IN APRIL and the i pears in Genesis After heating the ct Presbytery decided to ment without pi* indie* April meeting of the be Hill The action of the Ch f< rv w ith regard to But hi first of its kind since t ca me into prominence ago. It h; tinned opp and comr hew ever, at interpreted lute movement against But hmanism and a Ie, evolution’’ were the two i by authorities of the Pi postponing final action petition until the April tile Presbytery. Dr A. I I a t hem p; Third Presbyterian Chut and widely known for I M<des and fundamental! assault against young F Ie Latham drummer* I. rn i s im-Scriptural a. violation of the tx pre set historic Christianity.” there was nothing rn th* creed that could not be by anv non-Christian, professing the Pre-bvt cert a inly rould not pron doctrine he said ‘There is nothing in th tells us to confess our ■ other." Dr, I a them e.xpb is what the BuchmniU c procedure is contrary to God and to the teach Presbyterian Church.” Dr. William Teuton Media, stated clerk of th* said the Dr Pi *m I amental!.' us group I NBHT.OYED .SENATE TO RUSH GROUP SUBMITS PRIMARY REPEAL ITS •DEMANDS' FOR CONVENTIONS ('nnimittcc Appears Before Direct N oting: System for ('it > rouncil:    Spokes- Public Officers \ban- man Rebuked bx Max or donee! in Bill Seek (a>b Payment**, Not Separate Hearing* on Sun* food Orders, for Aru AN ork Aligned I hem (lax La xx Modifiers Set tor Next AN Tok A HR TSBK he Penns' Pa UPI Mi Hous even I the / at ll p n nth adj*) isnt'RO an open lied O B ; M it a! 1933 CORPSE OF MISSING BUS DRIVER FOUND IN QUARRY LAKE Discovery of Four Bullet Wounds and Finding of Revolver and Abandoned Car Some Distance Away Foundation for Belief That Andrew Cassidy, 39, of Eddystone, Was Victim of Foul Play Absence of Evidence of Struggle on Quarry Bank Strengthens Theory That Victim Was Carried to Place and Hurled Into Water -/nvestigation by C oroner, County, State and Ridley Township Police CVH! ’f p eman Mf ll I iway E OB he dire*t mani-The (volt eft r. the return e proles for PP On that est I I In it T TEACHERS WILL MAKE DECISION ON SALARY CHT Requested to Agree to Additional IO Der f ont. ( mil nim! ion Schools Max ( lose in April, Others ise; Scrip .Max lie Used M 'tn VV p ti Co E* H ft V Of HU ic id* and ma int i id h in Ri that Ca.’ p no mr v buried an exham been inst M acCa rte until thev md h DI peri* cd ti C) Ii Bm hill I in dii Bib Kl Pr \ sensation in British so* iris was (tie (In nr<e granted to I adv I unless ahnve>, Hie former 'Irs, I helm.* XI organ ( (inverse, of New X (irk from \ im mint I urness below . wealth* and prominent British shipbuilder slip (barged misconduct ani lie did not oppose the suit. LOCAL PHYSICIAN REFUTES fHARGE Colleagues of Defendant in Damage Suit (lice Favorable Totimony urpo .'Jse*! th CI the committci As the ping Senate mid II rn will for n e nf ( out inned o*» Cage 'se** ** VV OI I II REAPPORTION SENATE DISTRICTS dv did not Intend cr it i -( unturned on Page seven (HESTER ROTA RIA NS IN ATTENDANCE • ‘ Con ti n nr <1 ait I "agr srvrn N VAI ED LEADERS OI In it not bv tile sh ta I y ((iii tis pi Mill* rn (tinder i The dec flu*de ye.*? Chester I in tile nu n of IO i est rd f the is fur ie re- ARH Bt.’J: Chief KvveSI. Pts o NL Rota meet Hole re f h i tans I (kl iv runt v i Pi int. Hr W 'i A Dr J* beer re pre -es in winch nd convicted rages, auto-• the county. KS r large Insky seized 1 defendants In the latter element to Mi*' them to appear and Roosevelt Informs Readers of His Economic Relief Program Wilmington. I>r] under the auspice* of Wilmington Rot arian* and which was adduced bv Clinton P Atule) son. president of Rotary Intel nat Iona! The speaker declared that an international power adopting the code of ethic.' of Rotary International would make a long stride toward thr elution of world problem*. ‘ta right ready to rule our community life. our professional lives and the world?” queried the speaker in .setting down the definite power that Rotary ha' gamed in the vv( Id a fT a i r*. He told of the influence that such ut organization ran and dor,' exert in international affairs, stressing the many thing* that Ret ary Club members throughout the wmld have rn Dr lh Mr K .he ( it Martin in ju test I Mi ROYS’ (IROl RS conf i ibui ‘ion. WI Ilian Miss I ’lore nee of tile a * social ic rn and h * to a req it est for velum the Che ter Mig] ii sr hool for two ol ’ tile ytHHigcr dressed Hie me “ting Ve at loris of ii ie Y MCA. gave a rom pie I e * rclt ii marking the esc cut ne ,s* Monday * "vrning meet school (ii rectors aint the ■iitm Iii Y Club by I C miitre ( if the I teachers* * IV of tile lits for lea Ihivs’ depart - der*’ positions held Mo dday *’V hut Will ruing at ch was rd last * •veiling when to tim p tihlie af t hat til III-Y troys offered their Bile to lid of Hie pi ope was said to iiav e been i luers has t> a* n a pi>oi ut rd directors . befan; *e of a • Mohawk Indian Club, dropping off of revenue. . rf,del g| < »ip and John have eat lima ted will im I oilman ( ‘iarke will al- pre* ('tit J ichooi ll fidget bx ie conduct of the ac- I if not made a* fourth Pioneer Club, Cr OI id*' 11' *s would necessit lls bv A at the reg [tilar meetings mg of ti Bemoon ha* hers of the lie deadline t* will accept * in of tim who. ail additional * ,' iii (lie a mon ie board ha* a me repayment int ion lie mart* itll fund* and .trip ii of the teachers was ty at a meeting of the liers* Association, lie Id inurn of tile I .nr kin -(hoot. Broad and Crosby street* Lite teachers, at tile present time, *ie giving a voluntary IO per cent. member of faculty, abstr! day and I of events .Muon of tile sjwcial rom-h smit I a t ion. Hie regular lot divulged mid ti apr rip rn VI me Tile w hic ii 50 feet. • not f widely player Le Ipci v Conn view cd, la a ca angle* Hove it round t lite wa! hie of *r- nv id:    Wiiile I still thin of suicide, there are irh might tend one to bc-a case of murder, hut until the autopsy la completed I have no statement to make.” 'I lie attache ac companying the coroner had Hie revolver and the lour bullet shell* and one bullet, the cap of which Is indented, proving that whoever pulled the trigger attempted to explode the last bullet The revolver used in the shooting. a nickel-plated one. was found among A clump of twfga on file edge of the precipel. No fingerprints that could be photog! .(piled wei r found by JHI-lier. Relatives of the victim were reluctant to discuss the ra se w hen re - C ontinued on Page ^nrn XI XI l( HH S \( I n unforseen , wide ii they iba la n*e (lie about $80- A rnv stet ions mark* t peppering the window of the H H Ward Cf of til Hi-Y group malt. 24 Hlie ( "fit inned oil I’.ice Seven mg mipr and fill ting* group Mar un un iier-i; 2215 .d to: . * UP*--has in- ’ acquitted in Court a noes, notice v'^ratgse1 wiiv * The Yiftior^should" be WASHINGTON. Jan rived .to them and not destroyed. President-elect Roosevelt one put rn an appearance and formed Democratic e beverages were also destroyed- ]rRqrrs that the forthcoming special —- session    n    .    •    i    ■    p    rd    to    des!    I ' we* Middletown Milford, Selby . ,    ..    „    .    ,    Ville,    Smvrna,    Chester,    Coatesville quickly with a unified relief program Mr, Anderson spoke st a meeting attended by moi* than 300 Rot a nan representatives of is clubs who were gnexus of the Wilmington club 'Hie Congressional representatives came from Dover, Jeorgetowm, Harrington, ( "illumed un Page seven BOI ll ( XIL-i BAXI IC,| |» s I OR XI Iv ILLS IWO IAN FRANCISCO, Jan 25 'IN w*o jiei son* were known to ha n killed and two more were dvi ay as a storm of ne at blt/.za iport ions gripped Hie north* Bomi;* co* t And extended ea At Olm omobiles r*?rr Hr) ! HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY (It? t'nited I’re»*l LAtirel. named Mar ghflv riarna til street ai strictly aking Incoming adc Tile extra convene in r inca laid down bv th* matin Hon xssion is expected Ic d-April M* Oxford Penns Grove, Wert 6 W S Churel I. J. and an un motorist, wrr (ic ll* ;*ill at Se'. orb avenue. Int according to iky hoi; I XX I Killl It Kl LII I ( OM, ATT.ANTIC CI TY. N. J. J? CITY • Hall of N. J s 42. City C v polit t (it is AT A(■ I A ( XI It NII leady are trying to month the w for speedy enactment of econoir rehabilitation measures. I—Pancralic, Thoughtful. ("faro.    Roa*>ev    <>.’    .*    goal    is    a    6'f-o ession, winch would be the .short* on Kress in t I nlo. Old Sen!* h, Miriam ilia. Mi**, Baggage. Martha Ma , Xfrnli. extra meeting i i Handsome Belle. Kale (.ear*, XX eslkn. Xii**, loan. Nn*akan. r.—$ ir*t Pip, Patricia (■re*, i—None. 5—None. *—4 Join ald. lower Ten, Sinner. XX nod gain. Xiv Jewel, \lta*ar. 7 —Bulter ll.. Neckpiece. horas. Paige, Francis Seymour, Scutari. 'X rather, rlear; traik, slow. XI HI XI I XII P XKK 1—Mini Drift, Sun Inn XL*hornet. Falsehood, 'ne Terry, XII Play, 2—Running I lite .leafing Buren. I ann*. Brit* XX ce, (ire* *Ych, — None i. J—i None i. — None), fi— None!. 7 — Foreword. Fin**, ne, Jane Mr, "-hasta Lover, ^ea lox, Bobs Fla* XX rather clear; traik f i*t. AT I XI It (.RHI NI)'* I—.Hk* .Macaw. Royal rTea*ure. '—l»ra*lic La**. — Promethen*. I— None). ,%— i None i. I,—Phantasime, Muff. 7 — X|im Pegg*. —Our (irief xxeather eleir; tra^k mini*1, * XT II XX XN \ mem Af Che,*ier and Grove. Mi Anderson wa.* sntrodueed It Glenn Mead. first pre. ,d« nt of Rota; International. The meeting was pie sided over by Harold G. Irons, wh< in turn introduced Mr. Mead. Others    .seated at the speakers table were Edward Dreher. dis!tic governor and a member of the Af lanHc City Rotary Club; Wilmei Ktu.srn, pi    evident of the    Philadeiphi, Club; th*    Rev Park W    Huntington   —    —    Cornelius    J. Garretson    and Roy der < ontinucd on Page    Seven    K Bi van It IN ong vetei anconal lead* KILES TWO, THEN DIES A SI IHDE .Man Slays AA ifc and Dauuhtcr in Dispute*; Rloxx * ()fi (hx n Head Police    Magistrate    Pals Lid on Bethel Couri KR IF. r Th Fur: t cd n 64 t Jai COSGRAVE LEADS IN IRISH VOTING I (inner l*rcsid<*nt ft! Republic I bifiks He Has AA’nn (>x cr I )<» A alem CORK h; .old, Jan. 25 <INS» Form*! Pr* ,*.*:*■th Wiillftm T Cr,-, EX( ELLEN P ADDRESS LE ATL RES Al L ETI NC I ald WxAtt, elf the Armstrong st ion of Philadelphia, a Negro organization, addressed the er> of tile Ruth L Bennett Im-is*n* A soc tattoo, at a regular ig of that group held in Hie t Memorial Day Nursery, .Scrub Heaney streets. Inst evening iplc was ‘‘Industry, and the era taking part in the prof ram Mi Margaret Miles. Mrs lr** Smith, of the State Fm-i rh Bureau, Mrs Ada Thomp lr Mary Hunt, Mrs Ann Colley Irs. Ruth L Bennett. XX HHIXX (.I Is ISI Al K esfa'e valued at m«*re than lh was bequeathed to his widow, katherine L Brown, by T Wl;.-o ,n. 3rd, ffiimer cotton broker .<mb<: of an old Philadelphia . found dead of carbon mon-imp .oiling in ilia garage la t SAYS AGI! NIHAN REVOLT LOOMS ? Son ale (’oui mitt co AA arnee! in has l»cen in the plant Fifth and tip    through    Fngle    af rec Us, during the past few *t*>    the    do*-    nights,    according to a complaint made i j KYI ice bv the president of the commy    It was aa th that one of the illet.s,    which era Iud through a iii*Idw. narrowly *..cnped striking a atchman. I IHI I I ooh ox I Iii o\r Fdward Hampton, J126 W'alnut street, parked ills automobile on Third it reef, near Market siren, last night, md when he returned to the place a short time later, discovered the loss __    >t hix overcoat, which lie reported to bv r arm Bureau Heat! al police. Ilea rill it WASHING I ( UPI I opicsof I ’lines An Agra liar is possible 'lins country has invented new wit inn a yea r unless Con. 4revs takes vt nr machine, a flying tank. w hic A ac' lr ti toward relief or I ie farmer. is said to tie equal to loon mea I, Far tile Binate Agi lruitin ** Committee Ka Ste rn papers please copy. wazt w at ned today bv Fdw ard O O'- Ne a! pre,slri ent of Hie Amerlcan An “automat'' beer-di*pen ins ma i Buren i j Federation, china has bein Invented to .set ma A O' Ne a I adv orated reduet ion of the glass of suds wTien a nickle l* dr opp A gold cont cill of the dollar and adop- in the slot. The only trouble w IHI t ion of Hie $1 OOO OOO (WK) < B i allot- this is. can it say, "this one Is o n ’.ha Mien fat m f lief program ti OUM ? * * OU He mi tors know t le terrible cond it ions of agt (culture,” ( ) Nra I told Sergeant Farraday admires tis -Omni Ute e when It opt Tied hear- cover of the Chester Times 1933 Year in gs on t he billion dol la r measure Book. He said the color of the Dc bi wide I ahead y has paved the Hoar ’ate river on the map is perfect — ' Th* ie is no necessity for me to go in iindv ”U the cir to nlw,s sci lls of that net bing Ii do I •' tor 11; e After all. the lame duck smrnd- m* ut a one quack remedy not to be ( "litinned nil I ’ag- Sewn despised, says Dan Kelly. Capone Den led Freedom and Loses Last Legal Weapon i Ce! WARMER AVE ATH ER PREDICTED EDR AREA Increasing cloudiness and warmer is the prediction today, with wc:*-uonal rains this afternoon or tonight. in Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jer-sey. Delaware and Maryland. It will be generally fair and colder tomorrow. The highest temperature here yesterday was 53 degrees, at 2 30 p rn and tile lowest was 42. at 8;02 a rn The average of 48 was sixteen degree' above normal for the date but two degree* below the average Jan-! I a r \ 24 lad year. Maximum t"tn- A campaign on vice. as practiced Sn Bethel Court, was sounded this morning, when Police Magistrate Michael A. Honan fined the proprietor of an alleged disorderly house $100 and v costs, or 90 days in the county prison h woman inmate $r>o and casus or It1) day.* in Jail, and ii patron of the place $15 and coala, or 30 days in jai) ’This is th'* first case brought before me since I assumed this office and now I want to serve timely warning. that I intend to break up vice rn Bethel Comr even if I have to send every one arrested in that district to jail." said the magistrate as the trio were marched back to cells A gasp from court hangers-on went sun BLH I ye b* or fa th war Poll his w Filii* fT * daugh* mao* t mg of the hr In it tint n I AT pus fr fedeI a * v ’n ■ Fed* tile IM ■dom Ti his pain al Ji 10- Jan. 25 GNR et his attempt .ut of ha heft1' c> cr sentence in ! / tor income t xviix noun inqi kst IN Mc NA MA RA CASK Cud, (al grant) to distill Pi *t I vert He wife down the with the shots kill* took th*' h blew his o rushed in Da den Oil* ie w i ru in me-pag* ne Wa He th . up when the .sentences fell like a per? tine for J he    ca    re    t«    .->9    estab-    bonibi,ho]] one of ’he most inter-    NEW KF and    minimum    zero.    spectators was F.dward Ba.*>s, for-    < INS' A < mer b' s of ihe Bethel Court domain,    believe r. i who lost little time in getting out of    left the five 'he courtrom when the prisoners were    Nick Korn '— None. ' — Broun Mole. '—Carloiran,    XI* Kau n. I—Preferred 5—lair Image, fished in 193 ;n 3882 Sunrise todav was at 7 16 a rn and sunset will be at 5:12 p rn Eastern Standard urn*-. the roo SI NGT' ibl** Ira P J a coy which pour* Tax'd domestic quarrels children of Mr. and Mr: >rofki orphans todav ARRI. Arrest e* the Other in a went into valved. The decision w United Hts’** Ce Ca poi na attorn Lcahv and Willia g <-a Bi - washington, I) r Chicago form* ( "iii inned *in Page Seven sought ::« * • r I (a: 11 r the statute of fin I I ll ON XX XHB XX I -s ie death of Wil-9. 217 Worrilow i)** conducted by •hie, tomorrow inquest will be Deputy Coroner Norris streets. ruck bv a car J Mc Avoy, 1038 eiphia. while he N* w Jersey is preparing for the j/'P‘ ai of tile 18th Amendment ** ?, our Bridgeport correspondent. You f in’t fool those Jerseyites. They knew all the time ice had the 18th Amendment, A .(leaker hete i,a!d idle factor* a are a distre.seing sight. But. we might further add, for utter deso.attoit you have t-o hand It to our ex-mim&turs golf courses. There’s Improvement hcrp ani there, but the drugstores in the eastern end of the county seem to hold ip better than anj cit hoi chun i Darby Dan. Despite their slashes in city expenditures and everything e -*, Philadelphia ha.! been making more money Uian most large cities. The mint is still there. Cr lr Br W I- Pat Hank s the at J IL Jr Yublic enemy N* ' A. I <4 a lions invaliria! >f HtiddeJ The la I Ho* pit* it hour, u Mc A1 r| wa I wh :e sono ' I FT fig** road near    box rn a* or can    nm    r    d'    <nd    what Sa* lr day afternoon,    \aiid claim the    other    fellow has    to    a ta d *o the Chester . political ob. ne died within ar d in ms fen urn I he Weather Magi Madam, Dark returned to cells.    Through an interpreter, police said Honer, bv Anti; The prisoners were slated as th- y were told by a four-year-old son S totes bury sir* Thomas Canfrma, 24 of Map;*- Shad*, ct Hi'- Run urn pa rem.- that Koi noro- . for <- heal mg N. J ; Annabpile Johnson. Negro. 39, ^ki shot and killed hi. wile while he ( burg* of a, N XXII.I) RH FIX I RS Judge Kirkpatrick, of the United State* District Court, at Philadelphia Fayette street, alleged proprietress worked in the kitchen of their home was held for the continued n* 'iii? afternoon it. and battery. and Rase Randolph. 27. an inmate, near here and then went up' '-ar T*r>r*'y'>    J    IJ'Xf' V brl IXcathrr (.lear; track la t. 11*-mg rid when given a preliminary hearing in police court this morning. mder bond of $15,000. for the    United    near    Mary    street.    Wh o    found b-. police. Mn*    Kor-    Willffcm Ba; ne    46 Morton avenue Inc    nxanu-    Canfrma    'walked into police station noro*ki    still gripped a    broom    which    also arrested on    a warrant charging she had    used w> defend    herself    The    him with surety of    the peace was held body of    the father wax    found    seated    for a hearing    before Magistrate vest cr da v    appointed Warren    A Reyn- 6—XXotta    Life,    Prince**    X    lrginia.    La    old- and    Alfred Kaufman    receivers. She gave an address on Market street, turned the gun on hun (lolondrina. Grariisrt. 7 — 1 I mer    II    Dark    X’r.    Inti    •shot.    Jib    ' I nib c'urmc Compam Dffonti* ~r    of rh«Ujrfn's pla.x'ing veh- - etc o.' Clifton Heights and Piniadciphia. wiio is secretary to th* He contended Hie of- Congressman from Hawaii, Victor K - • 'I. ie»* el I,cr Cd more than thr-e    in D . :d K Bt:' Ji    of 2114 North XX \s ll I NG THV Jan. 25— I    Pi — to .udi' merit    vee' N W Wa hington. D c:    the    Fastrrn Pennsylvania:    Rain    with Hbiu. ar;*! .smiling, .igli*.. Hui n-    ow ner M« \vov w<    arrested    by    slowly rising temperature tonight. than b*'for* in in areel it ion Capon**    Che mr police find    held for    the    Thursday, f tir and colder. app* cd m Fe dei .*1 Court I •■'I* n    Coroll* pin und* u    $2000 bail.    VXestern Pennsylvania:    Fair    and rent.'. ad ’ ned to lem Hiv and    colder tonight. Thursday, generally IT. S. I KT.ASI RY KXI AM I;    f*ir »nd .older. ( ontinucd on Page Seven ( OI B Kil l s 22 t night and said h" had b^"n robbed pari; two flea t intinued on Page Seven ai a bedroom ho r. Thomas C. Berry, of the Third ward, a cold wave enveloped France. WASHINGTON. Jan. 2& (UP)--The Treasury net balance for Jan 23 was $360,686,157.55; expenditures i INS Twenty- that elal were $8,791.548 54; customs reported today a- receipts for the month through Jan IOBAX S I KAI PLR VII KFS 2J, were $U004,077.21, 6 a. rn. ..... 38 IO a. m...... 43 i n. rn. .....38 ll a m...... 42 a a. rn. .....40 Noon ......... 43 J a. rn. ••••• J- -I P* rn. «*••• H ;