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New Castle News (Newspaper) - March 23, 1920, New Castle, Pennsylvania 22�?both phones Telephone your no we items to now Castle newsy newspaper volume Al no. 193. New Castle news new Castle pa., tuesday March 23, 1920.-20 pages. Weather fair tonight warmer in South portion wednesday partly Cloudy. Three cents a copy secure diary kept by Hun a boat commander giving actual report on Lusitania sinking shows that German knew he Alex. Rose held on murder charge for june court Farmer who pulled roses machine out of mud says one Man was with him Delaware legislature would assess will ratify suffrage Cit properly ri.,.,r Narrc. amendment is belief at Sale value was sink a no passenger slip Bessemer citizens Only see one Man stories differ from that told by Rose on morning after the murder. La a i oho it line go Al a Felt the Nair Der of Kinin Hii Tany was held for the june term of court following a hear lug before Alderman Manz on monday afternoon. No testimony was of will make necessary 36 states to put amendment into effect test vote Likely today foal vote May be delayed few Days Rev. Reynolds is asked to become Rector of Trinity such is recommendation of tax committee of Board of Trade will make decision after the close of lenten season he announces International news set vice Dover ind., mar. 2li�?rat i ration of tax woman Tami t by the Ali a Dwarf ice Inlet Uro a i in a porn Rtiz ally Aasu cd today making tin Noces iary Lily to a Stati ratification to include the h mend men t As of tin Federal Constitution. A caucus of the he publican member was summoned teds morning and this was to tie followed by i he l Reading of a she Cial _ a Mcm Sage from governor Townsend to Botti houses of Ttye legislature in has been conducting a heal joint session urging Trio passage of the measure. United states senator Hall and representative Layton were said to be a applying tie party whip a to bring the rehab it rants into Hue a test vote was Schepici for this aft a noon but it May be several Day before final action m taken is serving Here at present time ing Mission at Trinity for several weeks Alex Tonk feed by Hose but three new witness a produced by the Commonwealth gave important testimony. John Knox a Farmer residing near it. Jackson testified than on March 9th, the night of the murder two men came to his Home at 11 p. M. And secured his services in hauling their automobile out of the mud and Snow. One of these men he continue a on Fui live a pitched Battle in Coal Field three Are killed and wounded in clash Down in Kentucky our yes men get big v haul from Bank Bullet International news service Lincoln neli., Mai. 23�?the j Safe of the first National rank of 1 Greenwood neb. 20 Miles North of Lincoln was last night blown open and robbed of $104,300 in Liberty Bonds and $300 in Cash by yes men. According to telephonic advices received Here Early this morning. The robbers Cut. All Telephone and Telegraph wires leading out of town and made their escape on a hand car. this International news service Middlesboro ky., mar. 23-three men wer killed and four wounded saturday night in a pitched Battle Between miners of the Marian county Coal Fields and special detectives hired by the Minc owners to prevent their unionizing. New of the Battle was received Here Only today and it is believed to have been suppressed. The trouble brewing for months came to a head when one of the detectives slapped the son of Rud Taylor a Miner. The father took up Tny quarrel and it is alleged was shot dead by tin detective. Others fired on him and general rioting started. Deputy sheriff burkes was one of Thos filled in the fighting the. Rev. William t. Reynolds win a been Locum tone is at Trinity episcopal Church a luring the lenten season Lias been a ten it let a a unanimous a All by the vestry of the i Church to become m tur of the Church. He is giving the Call serious consideration and a will make known Bis decision after the close of the lenten so a Hhie a. Rev. Reynolds since his stay in this City has made a deep impression on the members of Trinity Parish As Well As the people of the City with whom he has come in Contact and his of ill has the support of the congregation conducts Healing Mission. Since assuming charge of the j Parish for the lenten season Rev. Reynolds has been conducting a Healing Mission to which increasing numbers Are coming each sunday evening when those seeking Relief from bodily ills through prayer and the laying on of hands Are Given the privilege of seeking Aid in this manner. There were t Wenty seven persons who went Forward last sunday a a veiling. A number of rather remarkable cases of Relief and help received by those participating in the Healing authentically known. The Mission will come to a close on Palm sunday. Four year old girl badly Hurt a a a a rotarian minstrel show promises big some he ii Talent discovered. A Mong rotary Brothers is a a Lier Sals Progress special to to it news new Wilmington. Pa., mar. 23 a Betty White four year old daughter of or. And mrs. Clinton White of Neshannock Avenue was seriously injured on sunday afternoon while playing in the Yard near her Home. She was playing with a number of other children when a Large Box affair was toppled Over on her. It. Struck her on the head and terribly lacerated her head. More City funds Are badly needed Only method of securing them is by re assessing All properties new Castle needs an additional $100,�?~>00 to meet current expenses for the coming it ear in the operation of the City. New Castle m eds better streets better Public improvements and it takes Money to get them and to operate then. This is the information that wan presented at a meeting held in the elks club monday evening which was attended by members of the tax committee of the Hoard of Trade the mayor and members of City t Council. Financial data was presented Lora both the City and the school districts. The City is seriously humps red in its financial program and has reached the limit of its millage 10 Mills a while the school District has a right under the Law to go As High As 2t Mills and it was raised if is year to 15 Mills. Action taken. A Resolution was passed which will be presented to the directors of the Board of Traue that it was the sense of tie committee that the chairman make n report to the Board of Trade that property in new j Castle should be assessed for taxation purposes a sums equal to the fair Sale value As specified in tin statute governing property assess-1 ments. This Resolution was unanimously j approved and Many of the members of the committee and representative of the City government expressed that a View that the efficiency of our duration system would be greatly increased if property were assessed at its Sale value which would Power the millage and establish a fixed Standard of valuation in conformity j to the state Law and it would also i have the advantage of providing a larger basis of a run let for the Issue of Bonds. All present it a he meeting were in arc a i d upon the Prin j Cople that new Castle is in Nelt a of better streets and inor funds for City and school purpose and that this need should be met in the assessment of property he compliance we Ltd the state Laws covering this subject. Those present to this Meeng were Clvde or film chairman g. L. Own report of a boat commander procured of right 1920 by the i. V s. In a 111,k action rights in a heat Britain Yieh Krutki. V photographic copy of the official log of Captain thu tenant Schwalger commander of the German submarine i -20 which Sank the wifi is today in Possession of the intern Dijon n Kwh ski Ivy e. Ibis document which Den cribs one of the most tragic incidents in history shows that Schwieger was not under specific order to sink the Lusitania. He was on ids return to his base after an assignment to harass shipping off Liverpool when the Lusitania was encountered. Schweiger knew he was sinking a giant passenger liner. Rut he did not know it was the Lusitania until after the fatal Shioi was fired. Only one torpedo we launched and Schwieger described the emotions which prevented him from shooting again into the struggling mass of humanity so he vhf get s of ii Ial log ranks As one of tie my St important pliers in tie history of the worlds greatest War and is Bere revel in 1 for the first time. I. N. S. Staff Man gets hold of historic document in Berlin comes like voice from vault of dead snapshots at news John Matt Ich of West Middlesex id be Turda it Tom Burns received Abile at work in the Ell Fumasi. Gustav lung in Ltd of Bradford was Diot and killed during a revolver Luci with l. M. Whiteman. The sudden death of mrs. Alice Lodge of St. Luis Seville yesterday was the fourth in the family during the last month. Focusing the rays of Light on a Tiok of dynamite caused an explosion by which Anthony Soe Erck of Erie lost an Eye. Pittsburgh Lia opened a Campaign against a a go Ai Ting a garbage collector who Are alleged to be accepting Money for tic removal of garbage. Burglars and sneak Thieve Are engaged in a carnival of crime in mitts Burgh that is keeping the police on the run. Badly burned at new Castle jct. Rotarian stage Talent is rapidly coming to the front with the assistance of Oachs secured to stage the minstrel to to presented on the evening of april 15 in the High school auditorium. The chorus is rehearsing at the y. M. C. A. Each tues Day and thursday night. J. S. Farr p. B. Richards and l. M. Mehlberg Henry Kersey of 324 East Cherry Are the committee in charge. Street was terribly burned about the the rotarians Are aiming to put j face it head and hands at 1 30 of clock on one of the classiest Home Talent this morning while working on a exhibitions staged in the City. Some welding machine at the Baltimore real Talent has been unearthed and Ohio shops at new Castle june among the Brothers of the rotary tion he was removed to the she equity hearing in school Board Case is started builders Exchange objects to contract being let to Austin co. Case continued until tomorrow a Patterson president of the Board of Trade mayor Samuel a. Barnes councilmen i. K. Fike e Wanderson w. T. Burns j. C. Norris. G x. Clark. Tax assessor and or Williams. His assistant h. G. Preston tos s Rice. Judge s. P. Emery c t. J Mcmillen. City treasurer o. C. Orr 1 j. K. Love d. P. Brown c. C Dickson. W. E. Duers an. G. A. Rig he r it White. Judge j n. Martin and f l Rentz. Partial hearing in the equity Case brought by a h. Aubel and w. A Mcbride representing the builders Exchange against the new Castle school Board to restrain the Board from going ahead with the contract awarded to the Austin company of Cleveland for the erection of a factory Type building on the Cunningham school property was held 1 a fro judge Nenty this morning. Attorneys James a. Chambers and r. K. Aiken represented in it plaintiffs and attorney h. K. Gregory the school Board. School officials and contractors and builders composed the audience. Much of the testimony during the Forenoon consisted of the records of school Board minutes presented by Secretary Hugh Marquis. Three rials submitted. These showed that three bids had been submitted is follows bid of w. H. Chambers amp son of i this City was for Cost of labor and materials plus 8 per cent profit. Bid of Smith and Baughman of this Day Cost of labor and materials materials plus 8 per cent. America welcomes French Mitt artist Georges Steps ashore at new York docks ready to meet j. Dempsey will take jacks measure in 6 rounds ill Jack Yiock i. V a Horta editor. New York alar. 2.5� Georges Carpentier Champion heavyweight of Europe land d Here today from the French liner la Savoie and immediately declared that he was anxious to meet Jack Dempsey a any time at any place per Ferraby a it soon As possible. A and i think i can a feat Dempsey m six rounds a declared the Frenchman. A Dempsey is the Rushing style of fighter with whom i hav always Beer successful in the Carpentier was met a the docks by Tex Rickard the promoter Ami Jack surely under who of Tutelage Carpentier will tour the country in some theatrical engagements. Several Hundred fight fans Novie men promoters actors managers and others formed a reception committee for the Frenchman and gave him a rousing Welcome. May impeach this postmaster official document Brand German claims to be false Fly for Ink k. M Azov International new Ferric staff Corr Porf a it copyright 1090 by Ibe International a a is. Publication rights in great Britain reserved a Kylix March 3by special courier to now York like a voice from the vaults of the dead the official Story of the destruction of the Lusitania written on that historic afternoon of May 7. 1913, by tin German submarine commander Whoso hand directed lie fateful shot is hero Given to the world. It is a terse passionless document jotted Down in Brief sen ten cps within the tiny Cabin of a steel terror of the deep by i Altai 11-lieutenant Schwieger who command cd the German i boat. This Arch fiend is dead but his posthumous Story a How i Sank the Lusitania exists in the archives of the German Navy. If is written Over i signature and the very Lack of senti ment epochal narrative stands in wierd contrast to the shoes which the sinking of the l . With the loss of 1.195 the gave to civilization. Schwieger. The log shows. Iad been ordered to the Irish sea to harass. Shipping of Liverpool. On account of the Vas net work of barricades t ree t by the British Navy across North Chan Tel a started to sail All Trio was round Ireland continued on two Black handers bomb buildings wheel. Sleeping car rates Are to be boosted Nango Valley Hospital in the Reid enough ambulance. His condition is serious. International nows service Washington March 23.�?the interstate Commerce commission today granted the Pullman company permission to file a petition for an increase of 20 per cent in Pullman car rates. Colby takes oath of office music by wireless Ferres Catherin at Rex. Patch Home bid of the Audin company of Cleveland Cost of labor and material plus 15 per cent profit. The contract was awarded to the Austin company. The builders sex Chai i a claims that this was not in accordance with the school Law. In the absence of some of the witnesses the hearing was continued until tomorrow morning at 10 of clock. Internal tonal news service Leechborg. Pa., March 23.�? two buildings owned by Joseph Angros and j c. Nolf in the heart of the business Section of Leech Burgor a. V a were damaged by fire Early today a Symington March r23�?inve with a los be Tiara de at 150,000. The ligation he the House judiciary Orn Quot at it a Quot in Quot is a dynamited several heir had been expected and several special Fin patrols were placed in the business District last night. Talt main had been repaired and t he water turned into it just 30 minutes before the fire started in the angry building a House judiciary com. Mittee of postmaster Owen r. Solphie -v8 us it a Esifir it the police b of St. Louis on charges alleged to. 1 11. T pjs warrant impeachment was recommended to the House today by the House Post office committee the charges were made by employees in the St. Louis Post office and included favouritism unfair treatment and domineering manner. Applications for liquor Conse a a it Imo dealer Werc head by a tides at Kri it , no Cinon Strancel were filed. In an eff a it log Capo Froni the a path of a Small far a which a is run Ning wild Michael go a Odish Jii nip de into a Coke oven at Brownsville Ami was Buiney to do Atli. Liose bugs Bave destroyed to in it Worth of Rose Bushes in la uck county in two year Accordine to estimated of the department of Gici cult my. The i pm Sylvania Unnic Kom Mission has Askov Imp it Ltd Ltd it it to As Sis in Enfa iving Thi Fisit Laws due ing the coining Eca Sou s South Side boy captures Butterfly International news set vice Washington. Mar. 23�?boin Bridge Colby was sworn in today is Secretary of state. N he oath was administered by Miles Shands appointment t Lerk of the state department. Frank Perrino of 70s Neal Street conies to the front As the first person to see and capture a Butterfly this Spring. He secured it in front of his Home monday afternoon. It was of a Large variety Black in color with some other colors on its wings. Frank is thirteen years of age and is quite proud of the fact that he captured the first Butterfly of the season. New duty for Fike Sells cows Yah troll mud do played a Grove City and Pittsburgh i distinctly heard entertainment by wireless Telephone is the latest Novelty in new a Castle. At the first anniversary of the d. T. C. Club held at the Home of or. And mrs. Rex Patch Florence Avenue last evening the guests were entertained by Victrola played in Grov City Ari l Pittsburgh the wireless jul Grov City which produced the music was operated he prof. H w. Harmon head of the physics department of Grove cite College. The Pittsburgh music was furnished by Frank Conrad a wireless operator who also gave a Aik in addition to the music. Guests say that the music was seemingly a a distinct As though played in the Home. Each of the guests was provided i with ear receivers hut the music cd Ull he distinctly heard when the receivers a re Hung on the Wall. Or. Patch who has operated a wireless on Florence Avenue for this was the Harmony route car kills woman International news service Pittsburgh pa., mar. 23�?miss Emily Stout 4 0, Wais killed and her brother Edwin Stout 45, suffered a fractured Arm when they were run Down by an interurban car on the Harmony route at it Wood station near Here today. The woman was badly mangled her head being severed from the body it is believed a heavy Mist prevented the couple from seeing the approaching car. Both were of Ross township delegates Back from petitions to sell realty Are granted Thomas a a Lark and Arabella c. Mather guardians of William. Sarah and Arabella Cornu minor children of the late Charles i. Cohan. Presented a petition in court this morning asking leave to join in a deed for property in the sixth Ward sold to William s. Thellman for $4,000. Judge Emery granted the petition. The Peoples savings and Trust company was appointed guardian for Matilda Balog. John Donnellan. Executor in the estate of James Sloey. Asked leave to sell property to Thomas Goodman for $1,500. Will Speed up return of dead Buie in i tip Washington. March 23 a american Soldier dead Are to be returned from France As rapidly As their bodies can be reached in the course of operations of the american Graves registration service according to a Cable received today from ambassador Wallace at Paris. Older boys conference Hoon Public places the it. Rev. Rogers Israel Bishop of the episcopal diocese of Erie was in the City monday in conference with the vestry of Trinity episcopal Church. He left the City last evening. It was repo ted to Council today by councilman i. K. Fike that poor Warden Snyder had four cows at the City farm which he desired to sell Council authorized or. Fike to sell on no save that the same hrs entertainment of tie kind Ever. Held in this City. Roof fire dinner was served at 8 of clock. \ Small roof fir at the Plant of covers were Laid for 16 with was the Johnson Bronz it comp my far Ter decorations. Mrs. Carl Kahrer son. Kenneth Watson Robert Lory called the fire department there a assisted mrs. Patch in serving. The Whaley jr., and Hughes Bartlett. Monday. The loss was Small and the next meeting will be held one week the instructors As Well As the boys lire was put out in a Short time after from wednesday at mrs. H. Reese s report a wonderful time in every the arrival of the department. Home Laurel Boulevard. J Way. Boys work Secretary Victor Patterson assistant physical director Otstot and the following members of the y. M. C. A returned last evening from the sixth annual older boys conference of the Young menus Christian association of Western Pennsylvania Milliard Greer Wil Bur Johnson Charles Oakes John Ray Jerry Hammil. Walter Wilki l. S. Hoon. Chief of the sanitary police is making u close inspection of the confectionary stores restaurants and meat markets of tin City and making recommendations to the proprietors of the same As to what is necessary in order to meet the requirements of the City ordinances with regard to cleanliness Etc. He is meeting with the Hearty a to opt ration of the great majority of the proprietors of these places and they Art Wilson to make suffrage Appeal a via a a a tin Washington March 2 3�?president Wilson will probably take a hand in the suffrage fight in Del were today. It is understood that the president plans to wire an Appeal to democratic Leader in Delaware to use their influence to Sec Usu ratification for the suffrage amendment. Death record t�-5� East Cyrus Dick Sott 70 Asbin Tou it Ircy to. Mrs. Kit a Pearl Kirkor Tiki ill j making the changes Etc., As directed. North Craw Torti no Educ

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