Publication: Chester Times Saturday, May 10, 1924

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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 10, 1924, Chester, Pennsylvania                             r CIRCULATION Yesterdays Net Paid Circulation was 1 566 6 V 49TH M l J fi PH i v 1 l 1 lt With All Latest and Best News of the Day NAMED BY SCHOOLBOAftD FORNEXTYEAR One Hundred and Forty eight Apply for Re Appointment Seventeen Return Blanks Unsigned and Desire to Leave Reception to Washington Big Pageant Feature Kiwanis Club Will Present Interesting Play Lawyers in Trial of Sandy Flash Noted qblonial Bandit CHESTER PA SATURDAY MAY 10 1924 Founder SIXTEEN PAGES Moth Day Appointment of teachers and awardingot contracts was the main business at the meeting ot tha Ches ter school boardheld last evening At midnight the meeting was ad journed until next Friday evening Tlia Baker Construction Company Chester was awarded the contract for laying concrete sidewalks and other cement work at Iho J G K Smedley junior high school at their bidof SJjArmour Company Chester was given the contract for window sliades at the Smedley school at their bid of The contract for1 auditorium seats teachers desks lockers will be awarded next TjYlday evening The board decided that every teach er ot academic subjects chosen to teach In a junior high school in Ches tershall possess tho legal hiIllinium of riualiflcations and shall have com pleted In addition twelve or more semester hours of college work Or Us equivalent but holders ot special cer sliall be permitted to teach special subjects duringtho current enr if they possess the minimum legal requirements Teachers recommended to teach at the Joseph U 13 Smedley junior were Ocio Buckner Kiuherine B Casey li yergusori Stanley J Folmsbee Hope Howard Kmma Goodrich Warren P Guss Xita Howarth Helen Mc Cumliess Annie McKurlnnd Mercy Magowrut Ida Pcdlow Isabelle Ped law Margaret Weir Sue Williams Adelaide Wilson and Georgia Wine Ten more leaching positions are to be filled at the Smedley school One hundred and fortyeight teach ers applied for leappoiiitnient and their appointments were recom mended at salaries that will be de termined and reported to the board as soon as their ratings are coin plcted The following teachers did not ap toireappointment Ella W Bailey Mao Blalne Youls Cassell Edith Cook Ethel Deakyne Dorothea Delra AgneaC Drane BerthaGoode Jjilllam Greg ory Margaret Harrlson Sophie HIg Bins Elizabeth Hodge Mrs Grace V Hope Holen Llljby1 Frieda Sechler and Mrs Maxine Watson Three new teachers were recom mended for appointment Jeanette Lewis Miriam Armstrong and Ruth Sheffield all of Chester These teach ers assigned for next year Miss Maude EMiller Pennsyl vania Furnace Pa and MissMary E Richards of Philadelphia were ap pointed teachers for the remainder of this school year lames AVrmh of the Eighth ward was elected janitor o the 0 G IS Smedley school at a salary oC lf00 a year Miss Nellie Mason school T K Stajriford Franklin and Clara B Waite continuation school are on sickleave and have substitutes in place assembly or Pliila Mcmbersofthe Klwnnls Club and the Deluvare County Bar Associatiot will play a prominent part In tho las two days of Ilia Court House cele bration lo be held In this city nex week They have held a number ot re hearsals ot Tho reception ot George Washington enrouto to become our first President and Tho trial Sandy Flash which will be tho attraction on tho dav Saturday The reception of George Washing ton which is to be presented by the Kiwiiuls club next Monday AprI mo when Washington then on his way to New York to he Inaug urated as President ot the United States reached Chester Ho arrived here at 7 oclock in ilio morning End breakfasted at the AVashington House Ho was accompainert by General Thomas Mlfflin Governor of Pennsylvania Judge Hlchard Petera the speaker of tho and tho First City Troop delphin Chnrnctors who history says took a prominent part in the scenes of that morning will be included In the play to bo presented by the Kiwanls Club Twentyfive members of tho well known organization will be In cluded in the cast John E McDonough wrote tho re vised manuscript of Tho trial ot Sandy Flash which Is to he pres ented by members of the County Bar Association One of the most interesting pro ducts of the 1776 period In Cheater was James known as as Sandy Flash or Captain Fits who was executed September 21 177S nt the intersection of Providence and Kdgmont roads at Twelfth street A native of the county ot Chester as then constituted ho was at the head oC a band of desperate men or soldiers of fortune who wero at one time members of the Continental iVrmy and at other times engaged In guerilla warfare upon tho wealthy AVhlgs of the neighborhood Next weeks affair is tlio bicenten nial celebration of the erection In 1724 oC the old colonial Court House Tho program is a plan of tho Del aware County Historical Society to have the Mayor nnd Council tho public schools Delaware County Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Business nnd Professional Womens Club Rotary and Klwanis clubs Delaware County Federation of Womens clubs and tho Next Weeks Program at the Old Courthouse Opening ot blcenten tia anniversary nnd reception to former Governor and Mrs William C Sprqul and members of the Council ot the Pennsylvania His torical Society Supremo Court Justice William I Schivffer speak er Tuesday nftornoon Sohooi JUfe in old Chester to bo pre sented by public school pupils Tuesday evening The dinner ffiven to General Lafayette when he was the guest of tlio city ot Chestet Ocloho5 1824 bv mem bers of the Delaware County Chapter Daughters of tlio Ameri can Wednesday Incidents from the life of John Morton signer ot the DecluratlQn oCIn dependence by members of Uio Chester Rotary club Thursday afternoon Deborah Loprans Visit by the Delaware county Federation of Womens Club Grnce Lloyds AAill and Meeting held July 37 177 by Business and Profes sional AVpmens Clubs Friday eveninsjvThe to General George A enroute to beconio our First1 President1 by Kiwanis club Saturday Trial or Sandy Flash by members of llio Delaware County Bar Association reception HOSTESS WENT OVER TIME LIMIT HOUSE RAIDED Police Permit Set Mid night for End of the Festivities T MISS ANNA JARVIS S DAY WILL Delawaro County Bar Association varlous Important incidents hat havo occurredin the oldest pub ic huildiiiK In the Stale The openingexercises of tho hiccn ennial anniversary and tho reception o former porcinor AVilllam C Sproul n recogniaation ot his KIft to tho city of Chester of Ilia work of res oration of the building will bo held Holiday evening at S oclock Tho members of the council of tho Penn ylvania Historical Society will ho guests STipreiiio Court Justice AVil lam Sclmffer will be tho principal peaker Jlla topic will be Tho Old Court House PASTOR INSTALLED AT RIDLEY PARK Ceremonies for Rev Fred erick Schweitzer Presbyterian Church in SWENEY MEMORIAL Fine Tribute Paid to Dis WILL ARREST WOMEN WHO NEGLECT TAXES Several hundred women residingIn Irlavcrford township are liable to ar rest for refusiiiB to pay their occu pnilonal tax According tr Squire Blackburn ot Oakmont at least that delinquent in their taxes The tuxes wero due on August 1 and Constable Wagner has had his hands lull going around Delaware county notifying delinquents Squire Blackburn took the matter In his own hands last night arid noti fied all tlio delinquents that if they did not pay up warrants would be served on them Thetnx is per capita plus 12 SO for delinquency If an arrest Is made the delinquent win have to pay an additional which represents thecosUof tlio warrant be ing served i CLOTHING STOLEN IN SWARTHMORE DORM Two robbers broke into one of the dormitory suites at Swarthmore Col lege on Wednesday noon and made iway with clothing and haberdashery valued nt more than 200 Upon tneir letnrn from luncheon Gaston T Jfubbard n freshmin of MIddletown Ionn an Julian llurtt a sophomore Georgetown Md found their rooms in disorder An Imlncdiatc searcli ic voalcd that a larpre quantity of wear ins apparel had been removed COUNT SALMROGERS ROMANCE IS SMASHED PARIS May sreat Count Salm von HoogstraetenMlllicent Honors fortymilliondollir romance is smashed Milllcctit bride for nine months ot the titled Austrian leaves France and her husbfnd today aboard the liner KranciS accompanied by her father Col If H Kogcrs who ha triumphantly ended a special pil Kriniage made to Kiirbpc to bring back his formerly wilful but daughter RUMRUNNERS FINED IN MEDIA COURT i Ixuisand Morris Molinlck ot Philadelphia who were arrested a nionth ago by the police ot Radnor township pleaded guilty yesterday before Judge Johnsou to transport ing HOUOI Bach orilie defendants were fined JlOO and costs Eli Gold stein nf Philadelphia also pleaded guilty and was fined and cost for transporting liquor Tlipre was a largs attendance at Ihe Ridley Park Presbyterian church last night the rain and other attrac tions notwithstanding to witness the installation ceremonies for Rev Frederick Schweitzer as pastor of the church succeeding Key D Hughes Edwaids who resigned a number at months ago to takecharge ot axchurch in Paterson N J Mr Edwards delivered the Installa tion sermon and after the exercises wis greeted by tho entire congrega tion in a renewal of acquaintances and friendships Rev John Ellery Tuttle of Swarth moie moderator oE Chester Pres bytery presided and after a genera introduction to the exercises read the Scripture following with prayer Tho choir rendered during the eve ning several splendid numbers Kev John McCahan White pas tor of Olivet Presbyterian church Prospect Park in the absence of Rev William Houston ot Cheater who prevented attending tho ceremonies by Ulgcss offered the prayer uf installation Kov 1 B c Maekie Philadel phia guvo the charge to the pas tor while Rev Park Hays Miller of Philadelphia charged the congrega tion Irayer was then offered by Rev Alexander Mackle Tully Memor ial church Sharon Hill After sing Ing the newly installed pastor Rev Schweitzer offered the closing prayer After the exercises tho congrega tion greeted and congratulated the new minister and a social few min utes was had by those Who remained after the ceremonies During the evening all or the for malitles of installation service were had and the Chester presbytery con ducted Its meeting at the church ROY MYERS TO LEAVE WASHINGTON THEATRE Roy B Myers manager of the Washington Theatre has been noti fied by tho Stanley Company of America that ho will he transferred tlmp this month His yrcessor will be C W Wheeler of fMladel pnln News of the transfer has caused genuine regret nmong the many friends of Mr Myers who opened the Washington Theatre In lOO and established a high reputa tion in Chester city and Delawaro county Mr Myers came to Chester from Boston nnd for some years ho theatre executive In Wilkts In J3I8 he was manager ol slno Theatre in Chester now the Princess I tinguished Comp Chester Miss Anna Jarvis Found er Explains Real Pur poses of Annual Event Chester will Join in the nnnmil M oddwide observance of Mothers IJiy tomoriow Mention of the ob servance wllTliu nimlo in many chu relics Miss Anni Jarvis of riilliiOolphln founder of tlio custom makhs the charge hat greed la threatening o tear down the real sentiment of this dny Coinmorclnllxatlon of Mothers Is growing every year miys she Since lho movement lini spiend lo nil parts of lho world many things have irtpd to attach themselves be en use oC its success The Mothers Day Jiiioriuitlniml As sociation lias iiutliuilxed no organiza tions businesses or persons o KO ikit or promote anles In connection Hit Aothers Day This is the wrong spirit de clares Miss JarvlN Mothers Diy ifa personal fam ily ami mcmorliil day lfs a celebra tion for sons and daughters n thank offering for tho blessings ot good homes It Is a constructive movement the home ns the high est Inspiration ot und national lives Mothers Dny Is a dny of senti sentimentality a dny for everybody but oser a WXEa t hfre 1 Casl CHARGE GLEN MILLS BOYS SJOLE HORSES t Y Uayfield Major and Alvln Iewia sixteenyearold colored Inmates of tho Glen Mills School for rtoys were caught yesterday at Kennett Srjuare and given a hearing before Justice of the Peace Fred T Cooper of Media who held the youths under bail on charges of stealing two fine horses fromlho Institution In attempting to escapefrom he school They were taken to tho county prison In an eloquent address In which he eulogized John n Swoney General Charles E Hyatt commandant of tho Pennsylvania Military College last night imJd tribute to the memory of one of Chesters most prominent men In tho field of music General Hyatt apoko before a largo fathering of representative people oC Ohcbtcr in the auditorium of tho Chester lllgji hchool where memorial services for m Ieney wero n conjunction with the observance of Music Week General Hyatt in his address told oc ins acquaintance with John H Swencyapproximately thirty years ago starting with ills birth In Wcht Chester In 1S37 and covered his lifes story over a period oC sixtytwo years or until lits death In Chester in JSSIO Ho told of Mr Sweneys curly apti turfe Tor music and the abilityhe dis played when only beginning what was ultimately to become a gieat ca reer In the field of music He told of his study ot music under local teachers afterwards becoming a pi Ai During tho Ulvil War when to was teaching at Tsewark Dei he joined the Thin Regiment Infantryof Delaware Vol unteers and under his leadership produced n band that was noted as the host In tho army oC the Potomac and which was later detailed to play uuiore Abraham JJncoln General Hyatt spoke of Professor charge ot Dr Charles Wagner supcr in the capacity of Instructor of mu sic and of his connection ot about fifteen years with Bethany church of Philadelphia where ho was choriHter Tho memorial were In charge ot D Charles Wagner super intendent ot Chester public schools A choir of thirtyfive voices under the leadership of Carl W Xocka chorister of the Klrst Baptist Church then rendered two hymns composed by Professor Swcney There is Sunshine in My and Only a Beam nf Sunshine An xylophone solo Allta by Jane Schlot terer accompanies by Anna Clayton A violin solo by Englebcrt Teucn ert of the class of 1926 Thais Massenet preceded four of tho most famous composition of the former professor which There be Any Mora About Jesus Bpulnh and In the Morning sentiment aturtV or well ui mod where better can Make Mothers Day a family dny reunions messages to lho absent flmllho spirit of good wif o all Go homo on Mothers Day At Icast write to Mother That tlio real spirit of Mothers Day may survive tho greed and oom morciallinilon Miss Intvis suggPHls tiat it ho observed in Iho true somip IM a day of deed jinfl a day to inspire deeper feeling towiml the home and especially Ita motlier hood The oilgln of MothorB Day traces back lo Civil tiwos whrn Airs Anna M Jnyls working among tho soldiers of both the North an I South encouraged the to write back home to their mothers Mrs Toivls curfcd on the wilto to mother work after tho war Then upon her death jiirvis icr daiiKhter continued withtlio Kplrlt and founded Mntlicrs nnd the Mothers Day Intcrnallcmal As sociation Through coripKpondPnco nnd per sonal contact she lias nprend he Mot horn Day ohsprvntfon nil purls oC tlio world iwentySeyen Patrons Pay Fine Woman Pays and Costs Violation of permlsison grnlcil by clty pciinit for a party resulted lunt nlhht in a win rant beluK Issued tor tho nrrost of IvVilyn Berry colored iho oondiirlinj of a rnid on her house at 421 Kdwards street shortly nftbr 2 oclock Ills monilht Ar nilKnod in poliie cimrt tills nuirn iiiB tlio woman was lined llfty dolhira ninl costs ntd oicli 7t tho twrnty soven lumiitps llvo dollars and cowls by MiiRlsduU Horry PormlHMtdti hat guintPd Iho wiuniin to hold a siitlnl with tlio iliB Hurt iindorsunidliifthat llio fes tivities ccuso at mlUnlRhl Hho IK iiored this jiovlKlon and upon Itfiioi HK wiivnln Kivon by police oltlciMM iHSiioil Tlio raiding party conslatliiK of Mc Dowo tho complulniiut Ioternou lOQiioy DouKhorly Jof foriQR Owons mid CoBRrovo down on tho place nnd succeeded in uiumlliiK up tlio iiumbnr of innialos sltitcd some Cew olhora tanking thblr selaway AI todays tho protirlctross altoniptod In oxplnln her reason for vlolntliif Iho pcrinlxhlon KrnnUd her by anylns Home of her niiOLts arrived Into and Hint It WIK fur her toprovide thcni with food bpfnro mldnlKiit Tho excuso was consi dered too flliiiHv by SliislHtrilo lieiry and ho Imposed theHIICH all of which were piitd Tlio defendants worr lively Hpr ry 12ITCdwauls fltroct proprlotrcKH Stella JtobliiHon Kutherinu Ulcltnr aon lluhy fovvcll Alnniln CJnint Mxti I ulu Dlxoii Hutli HwiKKiU Toney Viol Tliomna Vlolut Pierce Carrie Hinlili Uviingollno Hoyd Rliiry Ifainmoii 1Hhel Chup nnn Chnrloa HwlgRult Inorgo Kerry Thomas Dorspy Inhn Morton An Kiistus Dowcll Tohn Ilcrco Hiiall Thompson KcrKeunt lolniHon CieorKO AVaterst C Hmlth Hurrl TlioinpBon Abraliani AVobstpr nnd AViillo IJnvla THREEPBBERIES REPORTED TO POLICE I i Chester Kiwanis Club Makes Perfect Record Local Organization Goes Over the Top With 100 Per Cent Attendance for Ten Weeks Will Get Silver Cup The Chester ICIwnnla Club Una Kono over the to inionmtomvl at tendance contest nmt has been co iig on for tlio pnst leu weoUs among ho twelve huiulrod cluliH ol tho Mates and Ciiniulu nnd which wimo to a closu this woeK Clioaier Kiwiinlims havo registered ono hundred per cent attendance ill during the contest They roaohwl llu fllt1 Him iig uto cmUflrcnco Uovoriuir Pirnhot lift wns nt of nmvora nt IMrrh to io prcsont at tlio wook ciui f tlo lotnl IM l WtIS also nhsnnf iluo on Important buslne Tho contest wiis not ivig without i litiiohft nr futlib Cllow nclliig Vhlot of iiolleo nnd to cumplotrf ho onohundred per cent utlcmliineo record AH result of llvo record catnh llsheO tho ChPfttor Kiwtinls Club will ho presented M Ith a silver inp at tho internaliouul convention of llio Kiwanis Oluh at Doiivor Cot next month Tho looal flub was tho only ono in Poimiylvnnln to establish a porfoot rncoul lUUmlunco for ton ntipla Thoro uro slxlynlno nioin bersi Ono inomhor of llio olub Josppli SoliUmbon was In u Ihllddcliihla hin pltnl clurliiK Iho ciunpnlKii Ho left llo inslltutlon iind attended tho moolliiK of tho Philadelphia Klunnta Club In order to keop tho local clubs Hluto clotin SrhloHhon la sill I 111 and hiiH boon uttondlnjr tlio Kl wnnlM meciliifs nt ood N r tho socraliiry of Hint ohib ronortlnjr u Hurry Kinio accrotury oC llio lo oal olub woolily Tho roooi1 oslnbllsliod by the Choatflr Klwinilaiii uill io ji WK hoostcr for ChoKlor Tho noww will bo cnrrind to nil KUvnnlH CJuDs urul Iho prillMOH of Jio local oluli will bo HIIIJW wlicn llioiinanlH of dclogaloa Mt for tho oonvontloii Micro urn cltilm In tho UnUcil Stilton who havo niulntiiliied n rmi ridicd por rwit miirk in nttoiul nnio durliiMr Iho ciunpnlKn AVERT FIST FIGHT Attorney W C der and Detective Bryant Pass Lie McCoorhbs and Larkin Held Bail for Court Pnsslnar ot Uo prcclpiUtctl by hcatud nvBumcnt during which per s wore eXLliaimod a Pd natlcuffs between Uio n counsel and prlncinu wlt Me 10 ot McCoouib nna Michael Lm beforo Alderman Thomas C ycHtoiduy ftflorno O7 iiu lr orry cstublshmoni At lo conoluMon ho Hearing District Attornpv A Ham Tnyior who londnnia tor o LAST MINUTE NEWS EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS NAPLES LES earthquake shock seconds duration was recorded hero early today Ask Spirit of Respect and Gratitude Not Holiday Mood Tlircn minor robberies were i o fiorted tbli morning lo tlio jiolkp At tho homo of 1liifkPr I30 Mud isOn street where onlnmru frninocr iiy rniftnfr l dcvw forty dnllnrn In nuinoy nnd IceyK wero Ktolon by tho Intruder When Thomas Craft or MSTi inont jivepue nwoUe Ilila mornliiK homado the dlwcovory tbnt n llilof bad entered hls bolroom by forclnn 11 window and hud taken i wnlul nnd Riiiull nmoiint ot money from hlH vest pockets AT II TompldiiK H7 AVont IilKlitli Btrcol icporlnd hiil llio onliin of crulHcr liiuncli lyimIn CJlinHlor rlvor at ilio iciir of his home liid been nn tcrod nnd a niiiinllLy of equipment and Ktiilen MOTHERSDAY CONCERT Jn obscfvittiro tif Arntlinrx Day the RuflinesH MPIIH AHsiiclnllon o ilin Erul iuivp nrraiiKfd M unn certwhich will lo hold iH the Miicon I houtre tomorrow nftornoon Hev crul prominent siicnkorK liuvo been socured for Iho occnslon and Ihrino Hpeakers combined wltli a well nrr rnngcd muslcnl proKnim completo tlio aftqrnnonH Gf EN OAlt nV E i MOM p nn t lOtomps Kccfauvei of Collcyvillc Kas shot and killed his wife in n school room here while fifty school children looked on Tho slayer la er was killed by Clarence A Knight principal of the school Keefauvcr nnd hia wife had been estranged STRIKE TIES RAILWAYTKAFFIC PJTTSBURGH Pa May 10Not a wheel on n alroot onr Aunacl herotoday and thousands of Pillsbiirghcrs walked 10 work A strike of 3200 molormon and con cluctors oL thePittsburgh Railways Company wonfc into cllectat midnight and was 100per cent effective SELL SON VILLAGE BLOCK FOR Thirty Stores and Apart ments Bought by Ches ter Group AND WIFE ropriiontud tin i asked tha ic hold it ndoaunto ball cum t an Alderman llcrry tho aiiuiinit of security nt encii Kclward iv Mint of Mancruli who nidcd lho o tlio laid on Tho 1ndddl no nl ccu 1101 of ihlrd Htrpcl and 13ilRrtiit iveituo on April 7 was giving lxfB tos niony thU ho bee on lollPd n a porianal tilt with KOP roscntalivo William Clou Anx uiulor couhspl fmJteCoomb vmi IiUkln Uryimt had told of money ind pmont uomiseated dnriiiff tho Mid and nnuiiiff otlHr Ihliifrs mcil llnod a jiimof calipers whlph ho oCjirod io lmi her informed wero used by Rdinhlora but thin ho hud no poraonal kiowlodgo nf Oiolr mo Maicl JlrAlexander ion nvo taken MI oath ti teri wljvt you luuuv not what someone H told you Jf you dont know and ou lot it so t ilmf inero la no rounon to got nglv Attorney Taylor if you persist almiK thnt lino Va Clm Kol ly liu dont know this mun like t know him rejillod Alexander Thorn wan a exchnngo between counsel ami wHnoai each inn aenuaitiotm when snouted youre a Bryant re notice you fire behind u Alexander thereupon lerpd lo Hop out on tho iloor uul settle tho iirgitmont hut oooler iieivils prevented nny serious outcomu and tho testimony wiis out tho aUfimlanco qfjtorthcc excite inent i Tho piOBRputor was tleutonant 11 cob X Mook oC Trnop B Stato dpnt Noith ClicHtor llrnlty Com if which lolin 1 tlw It nrcai yostordiiy mild tu a Kroui of itixeiiH thrtniKli K II Adcl miin llty In sxin Alllago for approxlnuitoly tOO Iho jiniu WHH of for olher than IndiiKtrlnl ovor iccurdid In tlm city Tho wlileli wore eroded during MIC war nio on Morton nvc mio Twelfth anil Torrll alteats ttiul liavo u fronlago 500 foot Tlio proportion wore purchaood in rely m an Invcdlniont They mo thrcu Ktorics In and rcproscnt a lino bmijntMH noi1 Ion of uliy Spent Nightin Jail on Her ChargesButSettlement Was Made I0 o8 popp Prolimmary plnns for observance of Mpmrlnl Day momhors of tlr Amorlnan w wero at the meeting of tho counly cnnimlttop rcprdscntiiur HIP HAVERFORD POLICE END BOYS DREAM Three hoys two ot them brothers were taken into custody late last night they were wandering about Haverford township JMken to the Oakmont police stationtho lads ad mitted that they ran away from nd were on their way a for the purpose of The boys Kavo their namei as Prantand Patsy Gendetto the fnrm namei as M ycars ot 9 Island ant Slrccl street Pico Pcrth Haverrord township police wired Allentovvn and rcrth Arnboy and tho youths are being de to auait the arrival of their lhcm back to lthelr horn real to tho wnr wcri diacuHHerJ fhl1 A ilc fr opinion that the Amcrlcnn Lefrlon nboriJcl take n prominent part In th nf r y as the ranks L f the nepuhllc out rnpltlly with tho re sult tlioro are hut tfw rernalnlns vet prnrm of 10 Civil War to do all ncc etmry to nttlnffly the day mcmberH feel the dnv nhoiild not ho observed merely ns ri hoildny hiL as a day when some time and thoiiKht Rhbiild he npcnt In ren dcrlnfj tributes ot respect nnd grat Ituclo for the men who Knvo their lives ln Irfenso of this country FoJIoivlnjr Die usunl the American Totrlon on May IS will make a to the tomb ot the un known soldier nt It Is hoped to have a jarKo representation from this county to take part In tho pUffilmasc The national and state commanders of the will 1 present nnd deliver fuldreHscH Post adjutants have charge of the ar rangements tor reservations Tlie committee approved of the ac tion of tho stale executive body at Us recent mooting nuthorixlnj the creation of what Is termed a of about to lie used In conjunction withi the Veterans Bureau Jn helping disabled evKorvIco men The ofncersof tho county com nilitce Norman StcuheiiH of chairman A W Houget f vfce chairman Jlobert W of UinKdowno sceretury nnd 1 n Carpenter ot this city treasurer AT MAY MARKET New Enterprise of Loca Merchants in Chestei Hospital Affair A fine spirit of comniPrcfiil fra tenuillsm IH Ijoiriff cxltlblliid ly Chester merchantii In tho mcnt of a new cnlerprlse In this city on May wtien a ountry More will lie opened Inntoinl of glr their loinx and trying to outnoil tho new venture tho ire re versing this usiiil prorednre and are RlrlvhiR tu iln I heir to make tlio proportion c BUCCCIIK The counlry store will be ojie at Nlmlt and Uiiruliiy Htrcets on May a I nnd win lie pirt f tho Chester Way Mulct Ar tielCH urn lirintf by met chants and others mid a flnp rppre fientntlon of tbo dldlline buttlncss wblcli our forefath ers knew HO well will bo viewed The Y W C A IUIB chaiBft of thin attraction and expect to eallstp a nandjOmo return for iho fund All tho other dopirlmfnN nt the iluy Mnrkct aro rnnkinf rafild rcss will be In for the npeninn of the mammoth fete In ad dition lo tho radio and other valuable prizes already nn notineftrlfor distribution to patronn a costlychowdof hadItcen Helcctod nnd will be given to some lucky In dividual Afrs John P Crozer chairman nnd Mrs W W Macffirlane vice chair man nro working day and nlpht with tho aBilflUince of tho ot the other committee and promise lho ono of the finest affairs ot Its kind ever held In this section IM R COMMISSIONED Mervyn n Turk yostordsiy receiv ed ft flrBt lletUcnanf Omccrs KcHcrvo Corps from Sec retary of Wor Weeks The com mission delegates the attorney to bo attached the Judge Advocate Generals department MAY DAY QUEEN A tR ciVwricd queen Swnrtbmoro Collfgo in tho Mny Day rvetclflOH to ho held tliore today weather perinltlliiff Sfin IK AnuCTWit Toverlnu of Mr id Alra John 202S North FCflPentli Ibllddelphlii MIsK LoverlriK waB thn fiVcrwhplinlng fiivorlto In nn nicotian which iho jo tpfj KtudcntH of thp lollego votiid Kho Is a Kiruluatr i Willljin imn Hchoryl where idiu wan prcMlilcnl of her cliiHH Thcjo will bo a Miiypolc on HIP cast campiiH of the cniloge ojien Injf MIR oxpnueii at ocloctc W J BURNS RESIGNS AS FEDERAL SLEUTH ON iSurnH roHlKiird di rector of the nppnrtmpnt it flln rpiilprnatlon was accppte 1 by At torney General Htone Jni tnerllatnly Dlreotor nurni who hti tnmnthi been ono of tie Htorin ctnUeti In the benntp into xnvevii ment jiffairx announced thit he had rclfro when rrrinor chipftaln and xponior A ttornry Gen eral OauBhorly Tlio Hocotul matrimonial mlvoritiiro 01 Ernest Owens IIROI tweiiljtwn heliier at tho Kun and llrydtiuk Com almost ended thin week when whnn wife will whom I o roHldiB nl salt Kant VotirUt Htroet lndhlni nn of Haatilt and hatloiy d nonsiip poit hho appciiroil ngnliwt him at a heurhifr ycMtcrdny morning huCoro liistlco of the Allen C W AinihiioB of Media who affected an aiiilcnblo afrroonmi hiwn tliwnrrsrtla amicable nfrroomoiiL hrlwron the nnli1 lin y In Now Yorlj ycHtorclay nunnlnK MIH nuido a hiNty to tlm to i f101 effort to HCO hor luBlinnd in order ihut tlioy could reach Homo ninruiiAiit prior to thf Owcnii f t n o nt UIP rpqiiost liiiiHiiniLli na hn liul hcen iicfuistoined lo roceivln CoriHOMtiently o Wlf M1 10 tor tho hPMrliK lierorn Koolng hor or April 7 The If ounces ouch tofltlfoil to Imvo par Uolpnled In oir the rncos and nt llio talilo Kach lho layout on tho third floor of tho UTfayetto bullHug and ofthe num ber of man In Ih0 place on tlio oc cnaian of each visit Shcriie Thomas AlllHon andDotoctlvo Trvnnt do Ineldenta attending thovalrt on April 1 of ainount of money ovor SOOfl and paraphcr nnd concriiiluq tha nalia nalfa ronnKcalod nnd oonopniljitr tha hear UBI Inmnlea pud Imposing of ly Aldorrmiii 13erry nt a scaslon nf aldermiina court held In Uio building t ounty 3etectlAo loiin OToolc and Chicr of Iollco Vinco wero called Neither was ablo to personal tho na and Mr Alexanders nh to tho wltnossew hla kiujwledso ion tho lUfonlnntunva front llio past court cajioa and Chief of fnM CVe llful no 0 lluo rtppartrnpnt lofoKlantfl and refused to bo Allmney Taylor In hr been lvnrceil hlK first now 1 flnliJ Hif i i foliowinK lho and In rnntiiry marrlcl hhn Nrw Afler touplo In Juslli pair decided Keillor ical wlf the tht Courlrxm they live DINNER MATCH AT SPRINGHAVEN TODAY in 1hn InRt wltncjis was il owner oC a property nt Bracket testimony hit ho had In tho Lafayette bulhiinr doalliiCT In Its coinuv concluded wltli Jlr Kiylor asliiiiK Unit thu rist hr o court anr senorHy fnnjnrin wis promptly rurrilshc by tho du fcudnntn L mnilony nt ho KMO 10 no nnd tlon had BROADCASTS HIS ADDRESS TOWGHT WA Ht 1 lenl CoolltlKowlll i101 llM L l llo lloiiBo tonight UVek He win Hpeak nt s ninko J nn address J ft conneotion ironies k nt s p Kistem hlndanl lrtfi his acMioss le broailrml by several of the WOMEN WIN TRAFFIClS DELAYED Trafllo wns tied up for twenty mln ulcs durliK Hie hiiwy period nftcr 8 pclocl inornlnjr on tho Park 1 lace lino above Kighlcenth street whan a trolley car Jumped the track OlTlceworkerB with not n mlmitc to spiire bocamo pedestrians nfter iIIzInK the accident would result in a tieup for some minutes duration GILLETTE SEEKS SENATE SEAT nr M nar In ry flftv Cluh i c touinimont noon for this aftcr ft Is tho bpRlnnlnj of tho M of Iho cornmltteo hafl re a number of itcoptanccs to opening day dinner malih Tim club mcmborshlp will divided In o two teams the losing tram to act VH host to tho The ilnnp wn served at 030 Matches w II he c the bo a brief Speaker Frederick H Gil etlo of the Mouse ot Hepresonta Ives toflfiy i unnoiinced lilnisclf a candidate for thcMrtHBirlnjHcUfl Sen nlorli scat now held by Senator Walsh a Domocrn VAUCLAIN IN MEXICO Samuel M Vauclaln preslrlent ot Baldwin Locomotive Works n has eft for a two weeks trip lo Mexico played on handicap WET WEATHER CRASH A touring car bearing Pennsyl vania license 574838 nnd said to bo owned by Taylor ot KovonU and Sllc1 eolutiJoii at jijrtu nncj Crosby streets yester day at noon The accident wu the rcfiult ot tho slippery condition the street No ono was Injured I MO DELL BOY BREAKS ARM Alvlni Modoll sevenyearold son ot Me ami I Tarry Moduli Philadel phia whose tenweeks baby Corlnno was kfdnnppon last nlfiht while play Ingwith thehithy tripped over 1 stool and brokehis loft arm JART VICTORY The guncrnl conforenro tlie Meth odist Church hero yesterday pnded a two days debato by giving tho women the right ot ordination In Iticiil pastoratps nnd ilonylnt them ndmlHslon to nun ml coiuVrcncea and tlio itinerant ministry LAST MEETING OF YEAR tlm Pirpnt nf Mnuoln Mondiy eve or Tho last meeting of Teachers Association sehonl will beheld on nlng May 12 An addroHS will he siven by Mtirgiirot Majrulro of IMillndelphia a vocal solo by Dr A V H Orr nnd dancing by the pupils Tho work of the pupHi will he ex hlbited at this mooting The Weather Government forecast for Eastern PcnnaylvanjaNovv Jersey Deiawara and Maryland Clouely today and Local shower moderate temperature i Sun rises 55ft i nv Sets High water 720 n m nnj 750p m Low water 222 n m and 301 p m   
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