Chester Times

May 03, 1927

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 3, 1927, Chester, Pennsylvania IMLTAIEM6E pArpcutctiJUA FOR APRIL 51ST 15722 ALLEGP CRUELTY OF MRS SHOWN TO JURY ftuizzingjiy State Designed ytoRevea She Was Heartless Woman Vidow Is Subjected to Another Day of Severe Crossexamination By PAUL WHITE COUIrj ItOOM LONG ISLAND V K IV May rruel Icecold picture of Mrs Ruth Kroivn Snyder was drawn from Mrs SiiyUer herself today by the prostitu tion in her trial with Henry Judd Iray for the murder of Albert feuy tler Under crbsscxamjnation Mrs Snyder seemingly not realizing the Tull enormity of the story she was lellhij frankly recited once more the tale of how herhusbandwas mur dered But this time her own answers told that although she had hoped there mould be no murder she hid left ludd Gray near her husbands bed room with a revolver and a window saMbwelSfht handy When she found that violence had been done she did not examine her husband to determine whether hu was living or dead and although she did know that life was extinct she made no effort to minister to him But in n few moments she ad mitted that she did think to hide her jewelry fearing Gray might take It After committed the she said she wont into at ninij room and talked with Gray half hour before he wentdown hurried his bloodstained ind her nlgrht sown fceti you took offyour nightgown Crays presence while your lay dead in the next room 1VowiscI i said Mrs Snyder after a moments hesitation Protected Her Jewelry She also nilmiucd she had gon iiito the bedroom to gvt other night clothing but swore she never hud to hexhusbands body to see H the breath of life were there Of course younever screamed ill time did you observed Froes caustically said the witness Sherepented slje had her jewelry under the mattress to keep Jriy from findingit Martame wasnt it n fact that you your jewelry than your husbands Jife Yet you did protect your Mrs Snyder missed the note of irony in the attorneys question Yes she answered simplv After Cray had gone she Mid she lay on her mothws bed two hours United Presg m i a tne inUrnuUoimi Service aXSj WELSH BEAUTY WEDS FLIER CHESTER PA TUESDAY MAY 3 1927 nm With All and of the Continued on Two PLANSN YPARK EARLY NEXT WEEK FUSLD N Y Hay little Beilancu monb Iilptic in which Lloyl VV Bertaud arid Clarence D ChambeiIin hope to Hy to Paris without C stop was icady todiy ifdrTits great adventure The takeoff has been set for 4 p in Eastern standardtime the first lay next weather condi tions are right it was announced Under direction of Giles C Stbil mnii navigittinp officer of the SS Ieviathan Bertaud lias completed the course To avoid the period ot ice which might form on the plane if it followed a great circle from New Tork across the sea flic Jellnica will fake the southern almost d east of Isew York ity and practically identical with southron steamer lane DARBY GRANTS TAXOTENSION June 1 Set by Council as Date of Payment for Amounts in Arrears All outstanding tax collerticiis in borough of Darby must lected by June J according to in struction by Darby Borough council at their meeting lust night Thin is aii for delinquent woman taxpayers in particular The funds arc desired in order to Improve the condition of ihc borough streets TaxCollector S llobcrt Shaw is having a dittleult task to force tho women to pay ihclr porsomUIUXPH and former Tax Colcctor L lleives stepped into a similar ultiia tlon in his attempts to secure puv ineiit of the outstanding taxes oC lie was busily ciiKUired last week rounding up uolimiuuiitN from 192425 Collector Shaw threatened scVOrul hundred women with jail had not iHiia up by yesterday yeuter day he granted them hours oC Siueo to pay the outstanding taxes NOW lliiVrt unill ln I EIGHTEEN PAGES Now they have until June 1 He was much dlsBiuntled when Washington society received a thrill recently it learned of and 3raduPte of th U NEW SCHEDULE FOR Cm POLICE i Calls for 56 Hours Per Week 8 Hours 16 Hours on Shift Complying with provlBions of an Act passed by the State Lefrislalure at its recent sessions providing for an eighthour dayfor police officers in all cities of the third classChief Police John CHESTER JEWS TO AID THE NEEDY Campaign for Funds Open May 15 for the Sufferers Abroad Elaborate preparations arc being mudo for the forthcoming campaign tvhieh is to be launched in this Sunday evening May IS a schedule ot hoursbf diiiy for tnepv bers of the JoctiL department sa m e to becbmeeflfebtl ye Ytornorrosv Oilet Vnncc monilng posted CHESTER TEACHERS VISIT PHILA SCHOOLS Xfiss Kate M Hanley Mrs Ruth S Clements and Miss Annie 9 Green teachers in the Chesterschool system were visitors to the McClurc Schoolin Philadelphia and observed the teaching of handwriting in the ltrge Philadelphia school They wit nessed some unusual work under tlie direction of Miss Alary Murdee for mer Chester teacher who is super visor now of writing in the ninth school district Philadelphia Mrs Tmma K Johnson Miss Eleanor Crajitim andMiss Clara B Buck vis ited in oilier districts the following order quarters the of the Stiite of Pennsylvania has passed a law reg ulatingthe working police men in cities of the third class Thia lmv will be put in operation nere nt 6nccr heginnine May 4 and working according to tho state schedule This neir law calls for SS hours each week S houis each day 15 hours on shift days Under our old system we tiveragxcl 5C hours per Weetr duriiig the period of three weeks required for our three shifts to swing around It is iQbe hoped the new system will prove as convenient and satis factory as I he old one Under the new svsteni the noon hour bo abolialicI Day men work from 7a in to 3 pm All shifts must make full time and all men slay as signed to them JOHN VANCE chief The schedule is as foilbVs T S S 7am to 3 8 8 16off S s S 8 S 8 S lip m S 16 off 8 S S Day 18 hours Wedncs MARK MUSIC WEEK IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS Music programs in celebration of Music were held today at the following schools Ho well Morton ami Martin Programs will be held lomsjit at the Booker T Washinc ton bchool nnd the Harvey Schoot The event vjU le celebrated to morrow afternoon in the followin Echools Powell Clayton LincoliK Oartside and Stnrr The schools will have their musical program tomorrow ovening BOOTHE REPORTED IN CRITTCAL CONDITION nOAXOKK Vn May con riuion of I Soothe Litc todav ivas more critical than at any time since he was stricken The ISyearoId farm boy kept alive for eleven days withair pumped into his collapsed lungs by friends vorktnff in relays suffered a sinking spjil and late yesterday had not com pletely rallied ON THE AIR TONIGHT The address of President to the leaders of American business st the joint meeting ot the Pan Aiwencan Commorciul Conference and the United State Chamber of omincrcc will go on the air direct from the Washington Auditorium D C throuRh WEAK WI55 and 24 associated stations The program will bejrin at 10 0 saving time m to Off 3 a m Thursday to 7 p p Friday Friday on regvilar shift 3 a m to 3 t 7 p m to a a Off m Wednesday until 3 p m Thursday Work 16 hours Thursday a m a m Wtnk then from 3 p m to Night men II p m to 7 m Wednesday work 11 p m p m Thursday 36 hours Off 3 p m Thursday to 7 a m Friday Friday on regular shift 7 a m to 3 p m Mounted men U a m to 7p m and I p m to 3 p m Five men fill up vacancy from 3 to 7 pi m By working 7 to II 16 hours tive men can have a long day on and a diy off onrv week Day Captains work 7 a m to 3 p in Take oft from 3 p in Tuesctav to 7 p m Wednesday Xight captains work 7 p m to 3 a m Take off from 3 a m Tuesday and turnkeys each to 7 a in Thursday Patrol driver work a 16hour shift and have a day off each week Police clerk works from g 4 p m a m to Traffic sergeant works S 3 m to 4 Pm Street sergeants on and of with shifts Iercctive Sergeant works S a m to 4 p m Three detectives work 7 a m to 3 p m 3 p m to 11 p m and 11 p m to 7n m Take charge of desk 3 n m to V 1 m ACTOR 55 TO MARRY FOR THE SIXTH TIME BOSTON May limes a widower 1Theodore Mur phy 55yeirold Xcw York vaude vi1le actor will say I do for the sixth time SundKy Accompanyinir him on his latest trip to the altar will be Mrs Ucna Mane Fanion Whitney 27 of New Haven Conn who last di vorced the father of hoieight chil MISS ROSENBLUM IMPROVED Miss Sylvia Hosenblum of 2H VJpst Ninth street who is in the Taylor Hospifil Ridley Park recov ering from a fractured skull sus i i r i is much Improved today paign will be one orf the mated one of the history of Chester Tho cam mobt ani and of Bxiiy a number of conferences will be held where all the details will be airnnped Meyer Pressmanis the chklrmari of Hie locfl oiniinittec Mr Press nwu has buiTouiidert himself by a group of energetic young men who aregiving their tlnic nnd their of fort to assurc the success of undertaking knowvsoinething 6f the urgency the need which exists abroad Mr Pressman declared have hart ah opportunity to read the reports which have heen receivedat the National Headquarters of the United States Jewish Campaign It isno exaggera tion to say that thousands upon thousands of ourpebple arc enduring Hie greatest hardship are suffering WEST END CHURCH TO PLANjOYITIES meeting of the officials ami rep resentatives of theseveral organiza tions of the South Chester Jmihodist Episcopal Church will be held this evening for the purpose of outlin ing a program of activities for the year this meeting mem bers of the meet fo board of trustees will The Ladies MiiuifomiVy Society will meet tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs Robert O Roll isoii 021 West Ninth street The monthly meeting of the Sunday School Board will be held on Thursday evening at the home of Edward 302 Olen Terrace A Mother and Daughters banquet will be held In the chapel on Friday evening under the aiis Pccs of the Queen Bather Circle MEDIA FIREMEN HAVE RWTORNOTHING The Media Kirc ytKtcniay afternoon mulc a run to the Wallingford school in repsoUKO to ai alarm sent in by L motorlal who in passing the school build ing saw smoke coming from the di rection of the front of the building Harry Leaver janitor at tho school clunng the earlier part of the lay had been burning a hedge anrt smoke wsfs still coming from the hedgewhen passed the building hen the fire engine pulled up into theschool yard pupils of the school were exclttd but were not allowed to leave the bullrlirg until after the reason for the firemens visit had been ascertained i MM olllce opened yesterday mornlng md a fevv women In to iniy their taxes while down the street lie said women were stiiml int in line anil pushing their way into a department store that had an nounced a Kale on buckets i Look at the way they rush foia bargain and yetwontpay their iegnl debts he commented At the meeting of council last nijht it was announced that the iuoiicy was to be used for the Immediate7 Im provement of the Dinby streeu The community was awaiting in addition sum of J15QOOO to be received from the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company which hai been promised the borough In order that the trac tion company would no longer be ob ligated to maintain the streetsupon which theircars The ium in belnjf held up awaitingtho approval of the Public SSrylcc Commission The following streets were an nuunccd an bciiiff in a deplorable condition street from Tenth to Creek BoulevardNinth and Tenth streets Pine streotUn iun avenue Greenway avchuo Wal nut and Mill streets Next Mondav eouncli will tour the boroush to fur ther inspect of the alrecls Council voted to tho Cor ponil William Greifvu Post No Veterans of Foreign Vara und to Hits A Gherst CumpJfoGi torStc morlal Daycxpehaes i OF CHARfiES JlK Vtiilfonl bend of the olicm cal laboratoilcs iin Glenolrtentlmi bear his niimc was exoitpratcd from any wronydolns on an alleged viola tion of the yesterday by United States Dletrlct WNE DEATH TOLL 1 TODAY SET AT 24 VBVERBTTSVIIIV va May tpllin tho Everellsvlllc MIno uisuMter reached 24 shortly after noon lodny when tslx bodies were found tar back in ihc nmin heBOiiiB of mine number three ot the New Kngland Iuel and Transportalion Company One body WRR taken from the mine lust nleht One of the Injured died muklnp the toll of known dead eighteen Mine olttciulH hold out little hope for the survival of seventysix 8iH In thu workings Tho emi of the shaft where Hie acvoiitysix men look refuge from fire und gas probably will reached sumo tlmu today rescue directors Kiibort M tumble rluol of tho U cit Virginia Jjcpurlmrnt of Mines wis directing relief work Governor Howard Cioro who retiirned to Charleston Sunday sifter Inspecting the disaster scene was expected tu come buck today KXWMONT AV Vn May of tlio worst mine fires on retonl in West Virginia Wius today la tho Virginia and IlU Coal and Coke Company tnliio at nt Kiiivjinont near here Tho ottlclal report of the inspuctors statts that the lire was ot Incendiary origin Allhoiifeh iuO men normullv are employed in tho mine all cKcapoci unhurt Only the fuel that thu mliiu i not ofthe KUKOQUX type prevontud a serious exuloslun Uobcrt M Jam or am bie chief Suite nilnu inspoctor who Is here 0 direct rescue work ut the tvcrctisvlllu mine ssiiia va Muy 3 foats of idr 1 explosion wiccked Mine Xo 3 OC thu Nttw iinB He Iiail been c Deputy Marshal Tague on a wur ninf nworn out by John P of the local Federal nnrootic He was charged with failure to make the proper re turns to the Governmentstatingthc amount of narcotics his firm manufactured had j tlle next day before United Suites Coinhtiasfoncv Long he vrs under bail fur a further hearing yesterday Yesterday morning he appeared at the District Attorneys office with the records of the firm for period charged in the warrant which showed that no narcotics had been made during that period He CXpinlnoa that a clerk n his office hail failed to send in a blank form with tlio Information UiKtrict Attorney Coles stating that he did not believe the wealthy manu facturer hud been guilty of any wrongdoing withdrew the warrant LEGGED CHICKSJIATCHED A Iwoheulfcl chick ami a four legged chick were liatched In the barnyard of O K Wllliamw of oulson rond IJnivootl Sunday rnorn s Both of thu chicks died a few minutca afterwards The chicks were on display yeaurday morning nnd afternoon at Tenth and Market streets Marcus Hook They were kept In a jnby the doctor filled with n preservative This Is the llrnt time that any resident in Marcus Hook or vicinity remembers seeing a chicken with four legs ind ono with two heads u ttw nB land Fuel and Transportation Coiu piiny lodny percenl of Lurbonmonoxldo gus so hhth as to cause United States Btiieiiu oC M hies oihcluls practically t ubnndon nil hope lor the rescue alive of tho seventysix niincrH allll ciilombcd PLANlREADY FORJJOT WEEK Marble Games Are Feat ure Many to Inspect In dustrial Plants MORE DONATIONS FOR FLOOD AREA Chester Lags in Answer ihsr Appeal to Aid the Sufferers National Quota Now Need for Relief Grows Daily W here jto Send Your All ohocks for toward tho M MHlHHll Ucllct Kuul sllouj to the Chester Brunch ot tlio cKi Hod Cross MO KdKmont y person orsiiiilitntlou or firm B to send WVf clotlilnir to frils ls o Jlcnry M r illrogtor of illaawtcr relief iccl Crora u bo o thu hpiutmmrlLra of the lo cal brunch 931 CdKnu nL avc H of the UH t o il tionj in thin section i1 FLOOD SPREADS IN LOUISIANA AS NEW DAMS BREAK That State Now the Battleground as Swollen Mississippi Sweeps South ward Straining and Cracking Levees Sets Homeless at 250000 in Seven Reach 350 With the Mio American to ask the nuUon to on uc u of Cross ycstordnj t or HOOOOUOHfor uu flood reHef local bmnchos throuKh out tho country win double tlalr present quotas to meet tho urgent needs of the Hiiffircra in tho Hood vol ley ofllio olieslcl Ulsl mlMO tlini tw ls mMO IIWe limn twice the uinountot contribu tio thK lllat wcck this city arc to 1m whom it may be llans fur tho celebration u Jlo Week In ChoMler now nrc for the wilshlnglouehes Walter II Cmff general chairman held v meet ing all the this morn IiiK in the Council Chinnbor lionorts were heinxl from tlm of dlvlHion cliargcd wltli spccinc rcMponslbilitica for miiklnK Home part of the annual observance n IUCCCNS Kverythini will be In readiness for tno on aafiirilay The marble tournament which ln the different seliool undrOicftBnoral oupcrvlwlon of a coiiUnlttpe tfruiii the Jlotary CluU is going 6nnittX44It Is expected tli J forei Saturnuy eacli school WARRANTS ISSUED FOOOLDUP PAIR O X fcmith county detective ap peared bcfoic Alderman T C Irry of the Third Ward yesterday aftffr noon and swore out warrants for titsy Lombvrdo 21 ycnra oM of second street Norris and Toe IS yyars old of Fifth and vlgmont avenue formally ohiiinc hem with iioUHnr up ami robbing Leo Jones of 217 Uoytl street driver oi n milkwagon at Uplnnd on Mon liv April 25 The prisoners will lp siven n for nal hearinfe before Alderman Curry AJJUWIY PARK A slxwbcvlcO truck cairying a load that was 7300 pounds over weight was halted in Ridley Park last night nnd the owner taken into custody by Corporal Pickering of Jic state Highway Patrol and after a hearing before Magis trate V ard of the borough The truck was carolng a load from Marcus Hook to New York The driver also charged with operat ing a truck with imperfect rcgistra CR02ER HOSPJTAL BULLETIN Two paflcnis were admittcl to he Croxer Hospital yesterday Mis Fxlna Plummcr of 237 East Third 3nU Gwe Boothby lth TDIrtythfrt street surgicD There were no WEST ENTBUSINESS MENJKT TONIGHT Tho monthly meeting of tho Business Mens AsHocJatlon will be hold thiK evening in the Kchon firohoiiac Third and atreclw Attorney Archie Lew SO1 of the organisation will Address Uie meeting ami it is said ji ctissHm concerning the of properties in that section of thfl city will ensue The condition of jureets m the lower wards will also be n topinnd It Ls intimated nc thins may be rlone to pressure to bear on officials to have tiie de plorable condition of streets temporarily repaired THREATEN U S BOYCOTT STOCKHOLM May7 U P workers today dccidil to co operate with Norway labor tions in their plan to boycott Amer ican Roods unless Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo VanxctU are saved from t icir drnth sentrncus for the South Eraintree Mass payroll murdtr the i will have developed Its elm mpion Wefinlto iulca governing the con test have been given to the educa tional institutions participating Win ners In schuol events will compete at Deshong Iarkriiext Monday when the sfmlflnula will bo held The linuls will take place on Wednesday after noon May 11 The RoUirlaiiK will award n bronze medal to each oC the school winners silver medals K9 to the iunner up and aROlcl inertal to the winner of the school finals Plans also hjivc been mado by the clubmen to send the winner of the Hnals to the state meet at JohiiHtown Under the rules of the Boy Week marble contest here each entrant will supply his own marbles Tho arc limit to contestants is flttccii years and umlcr The rtotary Cliib also will have cliarce oC boys from n mini her of irhools who will be taken to visit tuhiijtrlnl pljtjits on May Jl Only boys from the Seventh and higher school grades will Join in those pil Those from the Dewey and the pnrovhlnl west of the Crcnk will Visit the coke ovens of the Philadelphia ftjiili urban Company Tho high ach oo I boys will visit the Price Brick Yard Trips to uc inilushics will he supervised by a committee hcailcil by Gcorsro W ThoniHon This group nlll le rcsponfilhti for seeliiK that t ic boys sifelv at their 1oH tinntions nro rarcrrl for while there ami are brought home Tho frcncral cciminlttcc of Ftn tarlnnH appoJntefl to look jifter tho evpiils for which the club linn as sumed responsibility It composod of A I RelKiiR chilrin Homer Lord George W Thomson A Pilkltiffton and Harry Uaip A Myers CHARGED WITH ASSAULT Daisy Jenkins Negro had Oscar Blanchard also Negro urreited bo canae the latter threw her down the stairway of her home for absolutely no cause at all she chitmcd JjJth reside nt S2G Mary Htrcoi niatuhnM was tiikcn before Kdward K Noden oC the Sftvijnth Ward tcrtlay afternoon and rhartfod with and batfcry Tho prosecutor withdrew the chmgos after Ulancharcl offered to pay die JAMES T HOLT lames T Holt night employed tt IhcMerlin Courthouw died at his homo 331 West Seventh ftreet following n heart attack Mr Holt altcntJcd the races Havre de Grace last Saturday ir complained of feeling unwell the followingday He a member of Chester Nest No 122J5 Order of Owls He was tiir husband of Mrs Kmma Holt Th funeral will beheld from his residence 331 West Seventh street Friday afternoon at 2 oclock Zdo o e tho Just few davs ley ii contributions i AltenlloM la calledto the fact that i 13U when the Chester mndc an appoiit for Cmds to the multllude of persons In need bo CUUKC Ot dovaHtatlon caused bv tiu nood wjUcr of the Miami river in Ohio the reationaoi In conlribut onu of rnonw wus very jibonil ricvlous to thai rUOOG when the Kre t oaUn pauko hi California destroyed tlu 5 wn t oru to help the unfortunutf Knd tinro se ainounted to thou lor a most gencroui 10 ill muney and clothing by Ic of the nation If tens of thou ot In Uvnwotlto lost bocnusc of lack of and proper to besaved That the In the sHscr n the pl valley IS tho worn tlat ho nation has known in man erhaps not f C Konctal public Tho cd tor of Time wlMh to em thofaci that prwis reooit cloKcrlblK the In the BATON IOUGB May Loulslatiifbucivme tlio Ij vrouiul of the today as cicst oC tho dcstiuctlve m swept and bienkins through levees had hold tho river in check linmsund of men women chlUIiin were from the o plaucs of safety on bluffs the rlvci ti e rvci Vdaitlona1 thoitaandK were turned to tllelr In Vojelles iwMT a brcal in lllc Jiirton lloiiice tho IlipHtil was turn attention fioni polities to the steiiiw buslnctH of tescvie and relict of siiffcilii All nood relief usenccj here and wore personally dl by founer Uovornor John M Pa liter Coast gnaid bouts pi Ivatelyowued yesselH and U S navy craft wcie helnjj RBSonibled fen tho cmci geney Hhlch apparently cunnot bo averted Hatbottomed skiffs propelled bv ovit uonid were used to jmtrol aub inorxed between Vldnlla ana New Orlenni Although New Oilcans npnaiently iv nn wife ftom the flood danger duo to an ailltttla levee uponinif 2r tnllt south I fioin iit Heiruiid pnrlnh was Hoopng Into tho Hoctlun by way of tb Ixike Morne Ship Canal Tho water looacd on the VtUloy to tho toint retiirninc to Xcir Oi leans which had thought the flood dunfrei WHS jwst Attempts ot hundreds ot workers to at FLOOD PICTURES ON LAST PAGE lu us banlc hud piovcd unsuccessful so far In niiy event the wnter fmm tiii canal not to he Otthe Ovci flow from tho Arkansas River linn flooded the of northern prt and with tho nrd V 0VUmoHt to thc breaking Point wolt he puilih county seat ot Avoycl rvnd center of refused destined to fall before of the Rrd I lose fled from the r to uKaln 1000 refugees hnvi Mcrrouge and nil parts of the stuu KUnc Bureau Buhhop been itmneied the nmtheastorn rs o were thieatened by tho flood chW i i u chief for this section explained M from crevasses In the Aftaslsfclpju rivpr below Vldat ha ov nths of a foot dalJy at thlrfclly ahowcrt Continukd en Two 2600 EMPLOYES NOW T WJDEWjiffiSACf AT SON SHIPYARD An inciaBo ot 1MO employes htv ItiK has taken place the Sun HUlpbuildlnsr ami Droplo Company In the pail year There are ut picienl 2600 employes engaged In the shipbuilding md icpalrlns of mmtrv th H L inui tiio 8j tllc help clowrvOs In h Contributl n vcufonlnv through the hmiicl of thn Rnd Itindrj yesterday Crow the floofl relief fund wore ICtwanls Club Chester Mlchitfl C Uirkln Jr Thomas McComb tiooon 2500 2500 MiiJorle Hlark Ward John T Air and MH A fioucll blloam Jf K Church Anna It rcnillclon U T Ciitsbnll Walter S IMltijfln Tvlr ami M M Joseph Alaloy Amlrew C Macbeth loscph Kcnncy W K M Kmma C Smith Mr and Mrs Wm J Or Sinl Starr circle No 101 William J Morrix Margaret U Smith Mctlln Mr and Mrs 1 jr LaiuJis Mr and MIH Harry C Pierce U P M w M loseph II Barlow Member Dr Kamucl Starr Circle Xo 151 YcMerdaya total 1000 1000 1000 JOOO fifO noo roo 500 500 noo nno sVOO 500 2IO JOO 100 100 100 J30350 BOYS STEAL TOBACCO A salesman for a company complaiiietl to the toKuco department yesterday afternoon thai when he was iroods to a store on Kast Eleventh street ncftr Walnut boya broke open the rear compartment of his auto truck and stole paefciKCH of cigars ciRarettCH am tobacco Two boys who were sren near the truck were lusUoncii and admitted they had taken the which they had hidden Thr foods were returned to the salesman FOREIGN MONEY YORK May elgn opened irregular JJe 1S5 716 tin 00 11H 0331 U uit NAME TRUSTEES FOR NEW COUNTY HOSPITAL A fnird of Trustees for the new Delaware County TTuipllal was olcctit last at a mtjct IOR held In the temporary office of the hospital on Lansdovno avenue with Ur Thomas Con was preslrlont of the hospital cor poration In charge of the session wciG thirteen camliclutcs for th poHilions and the balloting rfrfUltirl IIH follows A H Alcfiiil ami Kdward C Fnv OrcxM Hill Dtvld Hunt Fuller Urookllnc Charles Michenef Mri llnrry C Rams border John Teller Drtof I fill 1 Korton Weeks IJaverford Jamca AVolfcnden Card inston The hospital situated in Upper Darby will be opened on July 1 and next month there will be a public Inspection hoiiHeuarmiiiR for and nuache Mrs Bertha ghlin asilvtant soerctarv had ot the balloting last night STERILIZATION LAW UPHELD AVASH1XGTOX May 3 laws providing for the Sterilization of feebleminded persons were sustained yesterday by the fjuprcmc Court The Virginia Inw was attacked by Carrlo Rick an Innmo ot tho ytatc Colony for Kpilcitks and Kccblcmlnded the Peiinajlvanla KailroKd H one of themost recont jubi nt the jurd car floato arc 3JO foot long 38fctt beam HIK me ton and onehaltfeet deep Three DolsolDoxford ciiglnos arc beinjs conHtruoted for the three Vessels that are to be built it the plant coitlnjf over five million dol lars Work Ji rapidly on the Sun Oil nnd the California Petroleum vessels t The following shljiH entered dry dock for ThesS S Fran K Powell and Steel Traveler Four moie are due within the next tow diya They arc the Manhattan Iihind uram Atlantic Sun and VV i llutton Two arc due for tho wet dock the S S Sa blne Hun and the Chailca At Everest FOREST FIRE CLOSES FIVE MILES OF PIKE ATLANTIC CITY N J May The entire male population of two Atlantic county hamlets the fire de partments ot Iandlnc es antville and SomerH Point nnd vol unteers nuiiimonei by Forest Waiden KrewHoit luvo battled oho of the worst forest ftrcs South Jersey has In recent years Bvci y ablebodied man in McKee City and Cologneand more than 10ft other volunteers armed with shovels nnd axes were endeavoring tb clieck a blaze which has already destroyed more than 20 square nillcs of pine forest along the Black pike mid thrftiitcncd the two small wood land towns The lire IK thought to have started In thfe vicinity of the Wcscott farm near Mays Landing and yesterday had burned to McKee City where it rvR State police had blocked off five miles uf the Black Horso piko be twcfln McKec City and Mays Tand Injf because of the danger to motor ists The fire was under control today BROOKLYNPOLICEMAN mCESORLTO ELOPE AEW YOItK Way police sent out A general alarm yesterday for Patrolman Cbtrles Johnson of Rrooklyn and 18ycnrold Catherine Uawl whom heIs said to haveforced atthe appoint of n revoUcr to ac company him Saturday evening That was the last tiinciny member ot their families saw either of them Miss Hawls 3ycaro5d sister Afmes said that Johnson called for her at a public library where was a tele phone operator and ordered her to with him Miss RIW demurred sister and the policeman who was In civilian clothes drew a revolver threateningto kill her JUDGE BROOM ALL TO ADDRESS HWAN1S Judge John M Broomall 3d Ot the JJclawirc county courts will be the speaker at the weekly luncheon mectmp of the Klwanla Club to be held tomorrow noon In the Y W C A building In KIwanis clubs throughout the country this Mothers Day wilt observed and the meeting of the local chib tomor row will be in the form ot a Moth K will be hid at 1 The meeting oclock obtained hy others ar iotirs call Chester nn Arft HELD FOR ASSAULT McCluig trfal H trim the to ot court Topics of Times i nrltes and ls in the ftotxJ area Well when home hes imt rcnidiiijin a locality that reaembles theSahara dWt A burglar in a nearby Jail Vno hai spent moat of his life in pent tontlarlea has had jten wU9 Even when hp had Uls liburtj he threw it away Be plain nnd simple advises A couple married fiftj ears ow lets all not try to be plain A 3jcvrold tot hcic stepped of a iccond story window No Bon der forolKn visitors say we Americans In a hurrj Its a jctshe will always rc mcmbcc her first long step A British has decided that ji IfclB worth CO cents The iudgr evidentlynever saw a woman shopping tour Which reminds us their fatheri cciimrcn hildren keep A fashion export has designed ipcs The trouble with tlio is that boys use baseballs In ot snowbalLs msummer magistrate Cohiincccntly marrici1 a epuplo In his office and scveraV weeks later he learned the bride groom metthebiide with bras Jand r r When AimceSfcPhcrson cut her hair her congregation cut Aimee II she wants to rcgrnin their favor this Li her chrfncc for another hair ralslngr adventure The Weather WASHINGTON My for Cloudy probably tKowtrt toniflM and warmer tonight gentle U moderate touth and Calendar in rises 553 a hi Sets 755 p m ih 4M a m and 427 p m Low water a ni ana m Hourly Midnight 55 S a 1 a m 55 s a m a m 33 10 a m 3 a m 55 U a m 4 a m 51 Xoon 5 a ni 31 1 p ni m 4 53 2 p m ;