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Lowell Sun (Newspaper) - September 23, 1922, Lowell, Massachusetts The weather fair not. Nuch change in temperature tonight and Sun Day Light variable winds. Sun o clock established 1878 Lowell mass. Saturday september 23 1922 Price two cents wide injun to invasion of Thrace Coolidge delivers keynote speech at Republican National and state achieve ments in administrative and Legisla Tive enactments rut Forward by vice president sen. Lodge and gov. Walker s planks to carry fight v to floor of convention Boston sept. State convention 23. The Republican state platforms the platform of 1922 assembled Al syn will be Brief. Phony Hall to adopt a platform which Henry will re election to Tho United states ate and Channing h. Cox to a second term As governor. Republican National and state achievements in administrative and legislative o to i m e n t s w e re put for Ward in addresses by vice president Coolidge As convention chairman and by senator Lodge and governor Cox As beads of the slate ticket. Compared with former Republican upon seek j Walker s rejected sen r five planks proposed by Joseph not Walker who opposed senator in the Republican primary Wen reported by the committee. It was explained that were anyone of the five adopted it would cast a reflection on senator Lodge. One Walker Resolution the party to go As approving president hard ing s veto of the Bonus which the senator continued o Pace to free judge Wilkerson Grants attorney general Daugherty s petition for injunction against r. R. Strikers order affects Thomas Lees resigns As District manager of Eastern mass. Co. Will retire from Street railway Indus try after 34 years of Active and uninterrupted e. Mccormick of Salem division appointed to succeed him five year old charge filed Man arrested for larceny on old complaint is allowed Freedom police make 100 gallon seizure of Moonshine and pair tried for larceny five years after he Date of complaint and having his ase placed on file was the experience of Joseph Zum Nils who appeared before judge Thomas j. In Reghl in District court today. The dig Ging up of the larceny complaint was he sequel to the appearance in court of John Simowsky to face an assault and Battery charge in which Zug Mats two minutes before on trial himself. S the no m Plain ant. Simowski Una found guilty by Tho court and fined. It appears according to the stories that Simowski and Kumatis had Somo continued to Page three manager Thomas Lees with n rec Ord of 34 years of Active and continuous service in local Street railway circles and since Juno 1, 1019, District inn for the Eastern Massachusetts Street in ii Way company yesterday sent his his resignation to vice president and general manager r. Ii. Stearns to expressed a desire to lie relieved without delay from future executive cares of railway service control. L the resignation was accepted Natl announcement was made this that Maurice k. Mccormick a Street railway expert since had Chen chosen to fill the local office vacancy. Tho announcement of manager junes determination to conclude his connection with the Eastern Linos and enjoy a Well earned rest came As a genuine Surprise to Street railway officials and employees in every Branch of the corporation. High officials of the company stated that manager Luces resignation waa unexpected up to within a very Short time when he declared that lie de Al red to end his work with the local lines believing that he had performed his tasks in such it Way that he might to Able to relinquish Tho reins and cont Neinl to pure three Thomas Community dancing this afternoon and evening Many visit building the Lowell memorial auditorium is open Ngann Torlay for general Public inspection Ami Community dancing afternoon and evening. Yesterday thousands of people took the Opportunity logo through Tho building and Tho crowd grew so great at times that it was necessary to Call on the police and fire departments for additional men to handle the situation. The members of the Board of trus tees. Charles ii. Nebaon. Major Estes and Thomas p. Boulger spent a great Deal of time at the building and mayor George ii. Brown was present during the evening and welcomed the people. o orchestra played both after noon and evening for dancing mrs. Julian b. Keyes miss Alice Sullivan and my re Len Mcevoy were present in a supervisory capacity it la tentatively planned to have Community dancing in Tho main auditorium two evenings a week during the Winter months. Although yesterday s crowds were 11 continuous it is expected that even More people will Valt the building to Day and adequate plans have been made to properly care for nil who wish to inspect it. In m Boston Man in attempt to swim Clia Jmel second English Dover. England. Sept. 23. By the associated Toth Long distance swimmer of Hoston. A Larocc from a Point Midway Between Dover and Folkestone at s.45 o clock last night in another Al tempt to swim he eng Lish Channel. The Captain of Tho mail oct Amer from Calais upon his arrival Early this morn tag reported Toth accompanied by a launch a Little More than across the Channel. Inter iffy at first game of the series both the Highland daylights of Lowell and the independents of ii wrench got under Way at Sii Alding Park this after noon. Phil Dolan fresh from two Vic tories Over the in Urence k. Of c again occupied the pitching limelight today. Phil looked Good and the entire Daylight lineup seemed confident o Victory. The independents were anxious o. Win As they will claim the Champion ship of if they defeat the conquerors of Tho Lawrence k. Of c. Champions of Tho Down River to Leigh league. Tho visitors displayed plenty of Pep appeared much stronger than the Casoy 3." today s lineups Sofo chosen from the following play ers a Dolan p Greenslade b. Smith 2b, Crown is Williams or Breen 3h.-Marcotle or Daley if bold Ford of. Freeman of Law rence is j Sullivan in. Walker 3b, Bradbury it Barcroft if Mohur 2h, h. Sullivan of Duncan or Harrison a Mcnart Laurl or Donovan. 013nbva, sept. 23. By the associated question of revising article x of the league of nations Cove Nant or Climon Atlak it altogether was passed on to the fourth ass Anhly by inc present today without other recommendation Shari the a object i. I in All us bearings. Law Ancet Tho delegation showed no weekly exc hang Cal Cal to Char lab a Doherty reposes to Tell where he put the a nine year old youth of the police department playing out in left Field somewhere when it Cornea to air Long them in finding 418.32 which the boy admits he stole from a Middlesex Street garage last night. Threats o putting him in Tho dark closet of 2 years in jail and other Austge salons tha generally grins the average you thug Jimmy Valentine to tears and full id missions seem to have Jet to cited 01 this Tjark eyed youth of Perry s court the Hoy admits that last Nuht h broke a win flow got into Tho Garag and took the Money but Tinl n All h will admit. Tie has told Tho police eral different places where Tho Mone is cached but each time to tolls history the loot is placed in a re Efferen location. When the break waa reported Toda Lieut. Marlin Maher was delegated t Tho Case and was out Only about a hour this morning when he re turn with the youth in Tow. Somo Mcthom May be dbl had inter to make Tho to Tell where Tho Money is for up unti noontime. Lollypops Licorie a ticks in Candy marbles had not been tried. Amend Mont the article for Sale of of Renom or to Fri trek Hofler Tinl re. Iarj tiler is own hljn4h, Tih Haik room of at i Konrich Atzert of men judge declares defendants could not deny responsibility for violence Bank thefts reports had placed thefts from Federal Trust co. Of Boston at partial settlement of strike has not affected right to obtain writ Chicago sept. James ii. Fiji arson today Gran Tori attorney Gen ral Daugherty s petition for a nation icle temporary injunction against the talk Luff railway showmen. Judge Lukerson in a lengthy review f the Case said the defendants could not any knowledge responsibility for he widespread naked Tho str few partial settlement t hns not affected he Leht. Of the to obtain nation Waldo injunction. The court gave attorneys for the defense until monday morning at 10 o clock to study the and pre Lare to argue the text of Tho injun Lon Orda of will to signed. Attorney general Daugherty on thursday presented Tho proposed draft which in even Moro drastic than Tho restraining order now a the order will of fact about 270 of Accra and members of Tho six crafts belonging to Tho railway pm american federation of labor. Appeals for murder facts v. Prosecutor seeks to get in formation in double kill ing at new Brunswick n. Authorities baffled Mills girl says jealous woman killed Mother and Rector new Brunswick. N. J., sept. Baffled in their efforts to Trace Thi Slayer or slayers of Tho Rev. Edwan Wheeler Hall Rector of Tho episcopal Church of St. John Tho Evan go Lent and choir Lender. Mrs. Elennor Reinhardt Mills authorities to Day pin cd their Hopes on setting some new Light through vol Itce statements by members of he Church a Public Appeal with a Promise o Protection from publicity was mad by prosecutor stricter for any who will communicate facts bearing on Thi mystery. Tho disclosure that Ono of Tho Hal let wounds found on the Rector s body apparently came from above couple. w three. A wins the first Day of every Monik pm. A lags accounts two us r Fen folks Middlesex Mern truck St. Cor Palmer Lowell. . Young clerk meld in others held in Boston sept. Tho thefts rom the Federal Trust co., for which Paul Downey a 20-year-old also Ounla clerk and two Mon Wero arrested last no grit amounted to instead Otas first reported became Kii own today when they War arraigned. Downey charged will larceny Jieri in Ball. Rob Ort finn and Humphrey i Jitney Al Legert to have profited by inc Money in Ken from the Bank Xvi to also cd a red with i u re e by and held in Bonds of each. Harry Harris whom the police say conducted a Rico track gambling1 office where Downey lost some Money wag Hal re in Bonds on Tinl charge. Tho cases o nil Wero continued until oct. 4. Police officials on information Filc to Havo been Ohta incl largely fron Young Downey said his position a duo to Small original on Hora races that in Chelta in the Bank the credit of finn to cover them and that he later became involved i Dice Barnes with Lano find finn i which Thoi Flanda of Wero lost Whon Downey was arrested Hoha in a pocket in Nogra gement Ranf who Chi to said to was about to Piva to a Youns woman whom to intended t marry shortly. Fuel head urges co operation Washington kept. In a peal for Tho co operation of Tho con Junior As Well As Tho and con. Opera to re Federal fuel distribute Conrad a spans by Tenn preparations to Day to carry on Tho measures contemplated in Tho now Coal distribution ant Natl profiteering act to meet the no Llonel fuel emergency. In a letter to or. A pcs. The pres Don Abr cited that among1 Tho flr3l a Tiv Hies of Iho new fuel Agency Iho ton of fair prices for Coa within Tho various to take no with the into governors. Interest be flans in our savings department. Hank is almost 100 years old and is under the supervision of the United states government. Old Lowell National Bank oldest Bank in Lowell Western lecturer told thrill ing Story of Lowell hero named Tully mrs. Mcgovern Hart now in this City relates the incident and wants to know the Young hero s first name service men named Tully from made the supreme sacrifice Mth Mary Mcgovern Jint formerly i principal of Tho Weed Street school la i Here on a vacation and renewing old co i n in lances. Sho resides at Santa Tonica Cal., whore her husband is on ducting the hotel Hirl. She at ended the dedicatory exercises at the and was highly Dell Hood of Only with Tho exercises and Tycer at Lotic spirit but with the Beauly and magnificence of the building Volch she ass rat is not surpassed .11 where in the country. In conver Atlon with a Sun representative Nho old of attending a lecture Given at Santa , some two years ago of Joseph Scott who represented tha knights of Columbus in France during the world War. N relating his experience Slih the ambulance corps ser vice he a thrilling Mory of a boy named Tully As his Ideal hero. Lie a Lalord in a Moat gripping manner How ilk Young Man after returning from the tiring line had missed one of his comrades who was left behind among Tho wounded or stain lie made the re quest that Hobo to return to Tho firing line or to n o Man s land Cima Ini cd

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