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Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, July 30, 1920, NIGHT EXTRA, Image 4

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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHUjADEHI, FBIDAY, JUY0, 192$
HEW JERSEY TROOPS
PARADE AT CAMP
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Governor's Day at Sea Girt
Brings Largo Attendanco
of Guardsmen
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COAL WAGE SCALE
PARLEYS RENEWED
Miners and Operators Confer on
Day Laborers' Strike in
Chicago
LOTTIE I'ICKFOItl)
The ninvlo stnr ntul sister of the
more famous Mnry 'km broiiKlit
suit for divorce front A. (3. Uupp.
an automobllo salrsmnn, on the
ground of desertion.
REVIEW FOLLOWS LUNCHEON
Camp Kdwards. Spa Olrt, July 30.
This in governor's day rtt ( mni r.l
wards nud thp troops from north anil
iitti .Torenv nrn 1lflllll? n biff VtiTt ill
it. Governor Kdwards is entertaining
hundreds of men of all political nart.es
from Monmouth. Middlesex. Mcreer.
Hunterdon and Homorxet counties Ihcv
had an outdoor luncheon on the lawn
Of the Little White House early in the
afternoon, talked about politics, farm
crops and prohibition and then went to
the big parade ground where (.oyernor
Edwardsreviewed the troops of the or
ganizations now in camp. , , , '
The governor was accompanied b
Brigadier General John ( Ilenve. as
sistant chief of the bureau of militia
affairs of the AVa- Department, who is
the week-end finest of Adlutatit General
and Mrs. Frederick Gi'kjMin. . Mrs. ,
llcnvoy accompanied her husband. Hie
ugovernor waH attended by Ills nersrnal
military staff. The troops pawled were
the South Jersej comnanies and tlioe
from Elizabeth, Hoboken and Orancc
which are to form the new Third New
Jersey Infantry: the Firt Snuailron
Cavalry with headquarters in Newark
and Hnttery II. heavy Held artillery of '
Camden, to which are attached pro- ,
visionally about twenty-live men who
hare been recruited for the reorganized
Battery A of Knst Orange. The cav
alry appeared in tli review mounted.
the first time hiucc their iirriwil hen
that they participated iu unj of the (
ceremonies mounted.
Second Lieutenant George Muna (
was elected by the enlisted perxonnel
of Hnttery II. of Camden, to be tir-t i
lieutenant. The vacancy was tilled im- Sentence of Man Serving Five Years
meuinieiy o) me neieciiou oi nerK".uii
William J. Wells, the son of a ram
den newspaper editor.
The cavalrymen were nut on the
big parade ground yesterday for their
mounted drills and the instruction In
equitation proved an interesting sight
wages of mine laborers. Dissatisfaction
of the laborers over their wnge scale
has resulted In the strike In the Illinois
and Indiana coal fields which, operators
report, has greatly curtailed production.
It was said today that the President
might appeal to miners who arc on
strlko In Illinois and Indiana to return
to work pending mnlenblo settlement of
(heir grievances. Their demands for an
increase In wages probnbly will bedls
cussed at n conference in New York,
Monday, between representatives of four
government departments and n com
mittee from the coal Industry.
Indianapolis, July .10. Executive of
ficers nf the lTnltcil Mine Workers of
WILSON STUDIES SITUATION iXTXS! aS
deem necessary In the situation crcaicu
by the walkout of company men and
day workers In the Indiana and Illinois
IJy the Associated Press
Chicago, July SO. Members of the
coal operators' scale committee of the
central competitive field met here to
day to nt upon the Invitation of Pres
ident John I. Lewis, of the United i
Mine Wot Iters of America, to confer!
with the miners' scnlc committee. i
Chicago members of tho committee
who went to Washlnclon recently to
coal fields.
Blanket authority to net has been
conferred on President John L. Lewis
and other executive officials of the union
by the international executive board. It
was announced today.
lleports from the Indiana coal fields
indicated no change lit the situntlon.
l'nlnii nfficlnls nt Torre Ilnute claimed
thnt lrttmlly every mine in the state
was closed.
PHON
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CONFESSION
OF MURDER FALSE
Message Dosignod to Prevent
Electrocution Without
Basis of Fact
HOAX SENT AS SLAYER DIES
LOTTIE PICKFORD FILES SUIT
Mary's Sister Again Seeks Divorce
on Grounds of Desertion
l,o Angeles. July HO.
to obtain n divorce for Lottie Pick
i ttrnunnt liifnrmntlnn nn Mm wrrtlfn nf
!dav laborers in Illinois mines declared! Pittsburg, Kan., -;ly 30. Alexander
I then that they could not undertake to - wi"d John U
I change the wage agreement with the j,,, international president, at In
' miners signed last April unless the gov- d'iannpolls, that Kansas miners would
I eminent reopened the coal commission I "ue all the power In their command to
I hearings which drew up the wage scale. 1 I M " jj
I Some members of the committee have WURMt" Several thousand Kansas
' declared their willingness to adjust the miners are idle In protest against fines
Legal steps ln(,rpnse granted tho day laborers by ' Imposed bj operators becnuse tlic miners
the coal commission's award
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sister of Mary Pickford, from A. G.i't frH"l the Increase granted other 1 0,ortors as tantamount to defiance of
Itupp. an nutomohlle salesman, were1 miners, but not until governmental per- ! the international president. President
taken by attorneys here yesterday. De- , mission is received. The day laborers Lewis, in n recent telegram to the local
sertlon and nonsnpport were charged. who struck announced their dissatlsfnc- official, took the stand that the five-day
Ihc action is tJie second attempt of tion wmi me unrercnco in increases. Weelc Instituteu uy me iiuiiern, huh
Miss Pickford to get n divorce. She
filed suit Inst December, but dropped It.
Mr. Hupp resigned Ills position with
the Cole Motor Car Co. in New York
three weeks ago and came to California.
It wns reported today that some of uhich resulted in the ossessments levied
the railroods here were exercising their i ,v the operators, was a violation of the
DRAFT DODGER RELEASED
to the hundreds of spectators who lined
the field.
Another interesting sight was the
practice work of the heavy artillerymen
In which the huge "four-point-seven"
field gun was ued for the lirt time on
the big parade ground.
NEWARK WHISKY SEIZED
$25,000 Worth of Intoxicants Taken
by U. S. Agents In Saloon Raids
Newark, Julv .'10 Twelve truekloads jujyf U)21
of whisky, valued at S'J.'.OOO. were con-
nscated yesterday uy "iiuaus ot tcderai
agents from New York, Philadelphia
nnd Pittsburgh in a city-wide raid on
saloons nnd wholesale liquor dealers'
establishments.
Tho search for violators of the pro
hibition law was extended to the sub
urbs and other sections of th
Commuted by War Department
Lcwcnwortli. Kan., July 30. City
A P. I Hrent How Allison, of Chi
cago, serving a five-j ear term In the
Leavenworth federal prison for draft
evasion, was released hite today by spe
cial order of the War Department,
commuting the unserved portion of his
sentence.
Allinson was sentenced to twenty
five jears in the federal prison here
upon conviction of refusal to respond
to his drnft call, but later the sentence
was reduced to five years.
lie obtained a clerkship in tho Amer
ican legation at Geneva, Switzerland,
nnd was arrested on the military charge
as he debarked at Liverpool. He was
returned and tried 1 court-martial.
Ills reduced term would have expired In
prinrin rights nnd holding In the yards
coal which coulil Do used in locomotives.
Several hundred cars of coal nre said
to he n railroad yards here awaiting
acceptance by consignees.
Washington, July .10. President
Wilson today had under consideration
the report on the coal situation, made
to him cstcrda by Secretary of Labor
Wilson, who recommended reopening of
the wnge award of the bituminous coal
commission so that it would include
union contract.
Omaha Papers Advance Prices
Omaha. Neb.. .Tuft 21.-(Hy A. P.)
Omaha's three dally newspapers, the
Omaha Pee. World-Herald and Dally
News, nnuouueed today nn advance In
tioim Sunday papers will be sold at
ten cents and daily papers nt three
cents The change in prices becomes
effective Sunday, August 1.
Newark apparently wns the pivot of
operations, fifty-two of the 100 war
rants issued being for places in this
city. The raids will bo continued to
day. Two men were arrested when they
interfered with agents in the seizure
j- - -of $0000 worth of liquor in a Washing
ton street saloon. Doth were paroled
for a hearing today.
Titanic Survivor Dies
Milwaukee, July 30. (Dy A. P.)
Catherine Crossby, one of the survivors I
of the White Star liner Titanic, which
was sunk off the coast of Newfoundland
on April 11. 1012. died here last night.
8hc was seventy-two years old. Her
husband wns among the 1000 passen
gers who lost their lives.
Battalion Chief Reinstated
Joseph McQundo was reinstated yes
terday ns n battalion chief in the Du
reau of Fi'-o by Director Cortelyou. Mc
Qunde resigned from the Bureau of Fire
in March. 11)14. to take a similar nosi.
state. ' tln at Hog Island.
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CHAIR PUSHERS OUTWITTDl EARLY BATHEft RESCUED
Phlladelphlan Who Took Dip Before
New l'orlt, July 30. (Br A, P.
Hobcrt Bnron. thirty renrs old. of
Brooklyn, wns taken to Bcllcvue Hos
pital today fpr psychopathic examination
ns n result of a telephoned confession of
the murder of Patrolman O'Brien, of
Itochestcr, for which crime Klmer Hyatt
was electrocuted last night at Sing Sing
prison.
It was only nfter n long domination
by psychiatrists that Baron admitted
he had tried to hoax the police. He
snld he had a deep Interest In tho
Hyatt case, nnd that he hnd called on
several ministers to Induce them to
cxprt Influence to save the jouthful
murderer from the electric ehnlr.
Baron refused to give nny Informa
tion concerning himself or to explain
why he woh Interested In Hyntt. He
declined to answer further questions
unless the Cuban consul were present.
Baron was arrested Into Inst night
near n telephone booth from which he
had sent n message to Sing Sing prison
fourteen minutes before the electric
current wns applied to the murderer.
Tho message Implored the prison au
thorities not to electrocute Hyatt, de
clared the youth Innocent of tho crime
and added that he, the mesesciiger, was
the real murderer. Tho police were
skeptical, but held Baron on the gen
eral chnrgo of vagrancy pending today's
examination when the houx was re
vealed. Hyatt, eighteen years old, was the
youngest of nil the 103 criminals who
nave died m the rscw iorK electric norarily
chair. Prison officials suy there wos week they enlisted ten circus men at
no doubt of his guilt. Ephrata and stranded a circus.
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Posing as Martyrs
Atlantic City, N. J, July 30.
Strategy of shore officials, determined to
break up the rolling chair strike which
has played havoc with Boardwalk
transportation for nearly three weeks,
today squelched plans of twenty-seven
membcrH-of tho striking chairmen's
union tq pose as martyrs In police
court. Tho men were taken Into custody
ns disorderly persons, after they had
held a silent protest pnradc on the
Boardwalk last night, with the pur
pose, chair owners assert, of intfma
dating strikebreakers.
Most of tho twenty-seven strikers
spent the night behind bars nnd planned
for a demonstration In court today. As
they appeared In dock, however, He
eordcr Ooldenbcrg adjourned the hear
ings until Saturday. If the defendants
refrain from further demonstrations in
tho mcantimo it Is the Intention of the
police to waive tho charges.
Louts nermann, business agent of
the strikers' organization today said
the parades will continue until the lost
member of the union has been arrested.
Mayor Badcr has handed an ultima
tum to both sides In the Boardwalk tie
up. "Both tho strikers and the strike
breakers," ho said today, "must re
frain from interfering with or annoy
ing visitors on the Boardwalk In nny
way. The slightest disorder on either
side will bo followed by arrests."
QUIT CIRCUS FOR ARMY
Recruiting Officer Find Profitable
FJeld for Enlistments
Columbia, Pa., July 30. Life with
a circus evidently Is not what it is
cracked up to be, and the army has
discovered Jt.
ltercrulting officers today ruined n
nerfectly good circus nnd brought to
light a new trick being used by seekers
ot the potential wrtr heroes.
According to Corporals McAvoy nnd
Eller, of tho locnlrccrultlng bureau,
It takes little persuasion to enlist any
where from one-half to an entire crew
of circus workmen these dnys. Today
they raided tho Howe Brothers' show,
taking eleven stake hands, which tem
porarily holds the show here. Last
r . A.iuri Nearly Drowned
Atlantic City, July S0.--IJ ' n1
not been for tho timely arrival of Life
Guards Lnrner, Conovcr and Batcn,
W. M. Footc. of Philadelphia, twenty
five years old, would probably have been
drowned off Virginia avenue yesterday.
Conover Is a former star athlete of
Pcnn Sate College.
Footc took n plunge In the surf tn
the morning, n half hour before
the euords report for duty. He was
caught In a stronit current nnd sucked
beneath' the surface of the water. Ho
threw up his hands tn a despair! -ture
and called for help. g ''
Conover arid Batcn were comln- .
the boardwalk on their way to"?,,,
They heard the moh's cries and saw iT
plight. Divesting themselve" oYVm!
outer garments they plunged Into il!
brcakcrs-mid with buoy and line ronrt!
Footq as he was sinking a second ffi1
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