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mmm -NO. 268 - OPULATION 29,685 12 PAGES 96 COLUMNS NQRWICH, CONN., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1922 ?JCE TWO CENTS ENGLISH VOTERS MUG LLOYD GEORGE'S DECISION Time Limit For Making Nominations for Parliament Expires Today Voters Are Curious to Learn What Former Premier is Going io Do to Spread the War Against th. Conservatives Mr. George is to Address a Meeting in London This Morning Interest is Aroused in the Pros pect of Labor in the Coming Elections. London, Not. 3 (By the A. P.). The report that Lloyd George is recovering so veil from his cold and throat trouble that ha wiH be able to All his engage ment 10 address a meeting in London to morrow morn ins shares the chief interest of the voters of England today with the prospect of labor In the coming elections. CABLED PARAGRAPHS . Candidate of Peasants Party Berne, Switzerland, Nov. 3. H. Jcniy , leader ot tnc peasants party, nas or nominated president of the new S -' national council. L , Prince, of IT alee Fell from He S ' London, Xov. 3 (.By fia A. P1 Prince of "Wales today fell i . j horse on a slippery road, slightly . a ing an ankle. A medical eiaminii-on showed no injury beyond a swelling which will prevent him from wearing boots for a couple of days. Soarwlne Recovering Nice, Xov. 3. J. A, Sourwinc, the former American army major, who was stabbed and robbed on an express train from Coblenz to Frankfort last Saturday, is recovering from his injuries it was learned hero." He telegraphed the fam ily of his fiiancee, Miss D. Ongran, in this city, that his condition was satisfactory. likely to cause labor to lose many votes, He intimates thai, labor is willing to con sidcr alternative propbsals for reducing the debt. The fact of the matter is. according to the Times, that the laborites have already sought an alternative less objectionable to the electorate, and have failed to find MOXET SPENT IN BEHALF OF REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE Tk. .i-,- iimif fur r.iainiir nominations one. The Daily Herald denounces for parliament expires tomorrow, so there i "whoolboy objectoins" to the levy, charg i. . v-.n nirim-f over what I.lovd .; Its opponents with engineering a tamo over ine mauer, nupmg io uu&mc disturbance once it gets i-.'nrrr i -rjiiif ti. do aLoux I I threat to I m-ead -.he war -cainst tho uonservati es. ! !abcr for the fn to now he hs not sakl anything deft- i under way. n't? a to h.i intentions in this matter.! .-.' h. c'lenct hi spawned a mess ofltjvr CF PARLIAMENTARY na-c T"ira is even a him that he : m.gt.t be willing to weld his national lib-j r;j t. the free liberals hnaded by for- ; r-r Jremiir A&qui:h, but the proportion i.f the electorate which takes this report atitisiy Is not large. . The sound thrashing labor received In the nvjniei1! electoine throughout the -outiuy Wednesday has caused the cp ronents cf labor juit about as much orcv as the Nboilfes themselves. The '.Atnrs are twt wl;hout fear that the t.tty wortitt mar too readily assume CANDIDATES PUBLIC TODAY Wash injrton, Xov. 3. On the eve c! the campaign wind-up. the republican congressional committee showed in a supplemental report filed today with the e'.erk of the house a number of dis tricts in "which it had sent money on behalf of -republican candidates. Ohio, Missocri, Michigan, Indiana, Maryland. New York, and Tennessee were among the states where active work now is un der way in the ficht to hold seats. Contributions to the committee since its last statement were $9,726, of which $5,000 or more than one-half, was turn ed over to it by the republican senator ial committee. Among candidates in whose interest it sent funds were: One thousand dollars , was turned over to Representative Graham, of Pennsylva nia, for organization and education in that state. The report of the republican national iien Leaped to death From Flames Two Deaths in New York Fac - tory Fire Eight Other Persons Burned or Injured. Xew Tork, Xov. 3. Two women lean, ed to their deaths today from a burn ing celluloid factory in East Thirteenth street and seven girls and one man, suffocated by the heavy fames, were burned or injured as they fought to escape.- One of the seriously jnjered may die. The two women victim's were w.thin inches of rescue when they fell ffom third story windows. Firemen had noisiea an aerial lada-sr near one who stood on a coping facing the stree while the flames reached for her. As s ti reman nearea ner, me coping gave way and she dropped with a shriek to the sidcwaU. anouting to the other to retain ner grip on the sill from which .she hung. firemen shifted the ladder but before they could stretch their arms to' her, she fell. The fire, starting on the seeoiii fl-jor, occupied by Henry chreibiT and com pany, makers of celluloid hair orna ments, trapped a half dozen girl work ers who had just returned from 1-ir.ch. and swept to the third floor, where : dozen women and sevi.-al men employ ed in the embroidery sho,j of Samuel h-. .v.- . i i-,iil!B ari Yieii.-hnt ie nr ' what wiu'ha.wn m the parliaim-ntsry There may still be . few more noml . . . ' , ,,L rutons before the lists are made ofh- .. t " ' "" . .. i, from both the liberal and conservative -amps u-gins the workers not to abate iadon, Xov. 3 (By the A. P.) The LsCs of parliamentary candidates in Uie approaching elections, representing ail the parties, were issued tonight for pub lication tomorrow. Altogether 1.370 candidates hav been nominated, dls- 1 ir;buled as follows: Conservatives, gen- j committee, which reached Clerk Page .-aily called unionists, 463 ; Asquithian. - irom Chicago today, listed $:i,00 for nr independent, liberals, 325 ; national, j use in Xew Mexico, to be handled by cr Gcoreian. liberals. -170 and laboritcs'i Senator Bursum. In the disbursement 11 . c'nl tomorrow, but they are considered to be practically complete, and al- ...... ... i u- i nAHn:At; .... (heir energies to prevent a labor victory ' ' ' ' Mr. Lloyd George han no intention ot nate a questions and ! amies of pari amentary K,rvative.. On, mr.h nan- tentuni-s In the past defeat in the munici- .i Xot. 13. Tf.ese warnings anaiyze the lfjes for the purpose of showing i ' ..i-.or carrying out his threat, to nonri t. tU.nH";-, orTanZHnt'v "f "agger" Candida on, and issues of parliamentary j cppos(j .he ctmseI.vativcs. Qne didate nal Hffh'ji has been followed by victory In '.he g-tiral elections. In order to natch up some of Its broken down fMieea, labor seems to be hedging' , th t was nominated today to oppos; reportof the republican senatorial com mittee was $2,500 to Theodore Xied ringhaus, St. Louis, and 5,000 to Dr. Kdward Clement, St. Louis, for the Missouri campaign committee, organiza tion and other purposes. There were no additional expense statements today by candidates for the senate.- . House candidates continued to send in their reports, but few aside from those published yesterday reported elej- t. on expenses today in excess of Sl.QO'i. Mrs. Rosier Acquitted Of Double Murder t Was Tried for Killing of Hus band and His Stenographer Insane at Tiime of Crime. Philadelphia. Xov. 3. Mrs. . Catherine Rosier was today acquitted of the charge of killing Mildred Geraldjpe Keckitt, ae. husband's stenographer. The jury was out one hour ana minutes. ' Mrs. Rosier is also charged with the shooting and killing of her husband, Oscar at the same time and is still to be tried on this charge. The double slay ing occurred in the office of her husband's advertising agency on January 21 last. When the foreman pronounced the words "not guilty" the frail defendant fainted and was carried from the court room by her attorneys. The verdict of the jury was greeted with applause by the crowd In the room. Later District Attorney Kotan was sent for and after a side bar conference he asked that the bill charging Mrs. Rosier with killing the husband be sub mitted, on the ground that If she was in sane when she shot Miss Reckitt she was in the same condition when she killed her husband. Judge Barratt agreed with this view and the jury was instructed to acquit her of the killing of her husband. Mrs. Rosier, who had returned to the room with her baby Richard in her arms was stormed by those eager to corigratu- BRIEF TELEGRAMS Mm. rhrlr A. Careers lort her life with that of her baby boy In a fire which destroyed her home In Milford, Me. General home brewing ef beer haa caused the closing of the Walnwright brewery In St. Louis. Hairn It. Goodrich, . a, shoe mana- facturer, died at his borne In Haverhill, after a short illness. . Two men were killed and a third in jured when two freight trains sideswip ed in the Pennsylvania railroad cut-out a mile below Xorristown, Pa. The American farm bnreaa federation demanded an immediate embargo on Canadian wheat in a telegram to the in terstate commerce commission. The Dublin town heaee of Biehard Mnl- cahy. Irish free state minister of defense, and his suburban home at Kathmines, were attacked by a band of armed men, The anemployment crisis eaased by Saloniki's rapidly growing refugee pop ulation is alarming the Greek authori tis and newspapers. BARON AVEZZANO TO BE NEV 1TALIANAIVIBASSAD0RT0U.S. Announcement Made That the Baroir Will Succeed Vhtoric Rolandi Ricci Pope Pius Declares of the Change in Italy "It is Not a Revolution; It is Merely a Change in' Government" Pontiff Pleased With Recent Speech Delivered at Naples by Mussolini. A redaction of I7,30.00 from the amount received last year will be shown in the internal revenue collection in Maine for the pressDt year. Sir William Joynson-Hlcks, the new sei- Representative Moore, ot tne istn ti retary for overseas trade, but no oth-!'ino:s spent $2,300, and the campaign ers aro known and the former premier' j manager for Representative Dursebach. opponents do not hesitate to declare.1"", reported tne expenditure of JJ,- ne nas been outwittcG toy heavy levy on capital. The Times says outwitted Younger who, they again has showh his superiority In electioneering tactics.' One of the two constant contentions of Oi onnonents of the the latter has taken that this plank In the p'atform Is not ra.iy.ac nausiacioi? wjpiwfi- in ron-; Tne nrst actually elected members of mitnwiaes ana that even in gisssow ajln,, ncw p(lrlianleI1t wcre announced to wronghold of extreme socialism, the labor ,,ay Th arc ,he three mcmbers fo.. HK.iJ.ers have leen instructed to make it lhlJ ..TOmbine(1 Scottish universities," Hear that the levy is "only a suggestion, .W(( conscrvaUv-s, Sir Henry -Cralk and r-"t a definite proposal. , sir ller-nrr. florrv ami olio i.atir.nal i:h- rtant content ons of jcra v M cowan, who, being unop labor party is that po, . wre declared ' duly elected. Its nolicy not from An outstanding feature nf thn, num. bona fide workers but from theorists nd i inations Is the wholesale nature of the Joctrinarlcs. "many of whhm have never ; cunte9ts between the conservatives- and lone a days work for their keep. Ami I r-oalition- liberals and between the in-j t Is the view of thehe anti-labor elements dependent liberal . and the labr!tei. lliat the capital lar-y is a pet theory of I There arc very few labor candidates .be doctrinaires which does not appeal to ihroufrholti" the country, but" will "Aaia.1 he g aulne workers. On the sines hand, fight for their" seats, and In no lets1 soweve.r. such unnucstloned toilers as 1 than 190 constituencies liberals and la John r.oWtrt Clynee, chairman of the ! burltes will, be fighting each other with parliamentary labor party, and Albert unionists waiting to take advantage of Tbomas. director g.mrral of the interna- this split In the- progressive vote, as tional labor organization, strongly urge the labor party still declines to agrej Hie Justice and practicability of the pro-1 to any accommodation with the liber pored capital levy. ' j sis. Thus, there will be an enormous Writing to the Times, Mr. Clynes re-; number of three' cornered contest.', calls tht Prime Minister Bonar Law j making any forecast of the outcome ot favored sucn a HT wnen ne was chan-; the elections almost impossible. sailor of the exchequer during the war. The labor leader aays, however, that his turn party is not wedded to the levy, which it recognizes as unpopular and Approximately 40 conservatives can didates are unopposed, but of the 170 Georgian liberals only eight are unopposed. 034. Mr; Durzbach previously had re- potred 847 personally. Mrs. St. -Clair Moss, candidate in the 8th Missouri, spent J291, which was one dollar mote than it cost Speaker ' Gillett. The Herman A. Met: campaign fund, through Maurice J. Jewi, treasurer, re ported contributions of $4,650 and ex penditures of $98 in behalf of Mr. Met!!, who is seeking to wrest the 17th district seat in' Ncw York from Repr.i' sentative Mills. Metz and C. L. Gasnjr bin. of Boston, each gave 81,000 to :he fund. ' I The 'flvinsr snnarirnn. nf 'Tnrliann. n prohibition .organisation, ;flled " a supple mental report .showing receipts- of . $2. 172 and disbursements . ,of : J795. lis fund j is used 'largely . for ' expenses Lf prohibition speakers. . . " . Wayne B. Wheeler, .as treasurer of the campaign committee of the Anti-Saloon League of America, sent in a sup plemental statement showing no addi tional contributions ajnd expenditures nf $461-in Illinois, Maryland, Ohio- ami Vermont "to aid in the election of con gressmen opposed to, and "to defeat candidates favorable to the beer and wine nullification amendment to the na-1 Uonal prohibition act." ' - - -' The money was used ' mainly for printing and circulation of documents against beer and wine and listed some candidates heretofore mentioned In league reports. ItrLTaN OF TUB. KEY DEPOSKD BY JfATIOXAL ASSEMBLY Constantinople, Nov. J.fBy The A. P.) At the end of the sultanate in Tur key has been unanimously decreed by the grand national assembly sitting at Angora. The executive and legislative Boners of the country have been con ferred by the assembly upon the nation, and the palace of the sublime porte which 'ihrongh corrupt Ignorance for several senturiea provoked numerous Ills for the ioulry, has passed Into the domain of history." A Caliph is to be chosen by the as lembly from the imperial family. The assembly also- decided that ail I treaties entered nto by the Constantin ple government since March 16, 1920, ere null and void. . The decision of the usembly followed by the proclamation of it ntkmal holiday and the firing of a lalata of 161 guns. Notwithstanding the assembly's decree, 1m sultan presided this afternoon at an txtraordinary council of the ministers. Monarchists and Turkish moderate clr :les express the view that . the step of he Angora government is a triumph for he bolshevik policy In the near east and prelude to the sovletisation ot Tur wy. Grand Vixer Tewflk Pasha has tele rraphed Mustapha Kemal Pasha, the na iionallst leader, that any measure con templated by the assembly affecting the saltan's status will weaken Turkey's po rition abroad. TWO BANDITS KILLED IN ATTEMPT TO HOLD BY TRAIN Advertising Is Your Protection . Yards that measure only 35 inches and 15-ounce pounds are out of date.- Advertising has put them clear out o business. Those who advertise must give value, because they have a good name to protect. Manufacturers of well, known products and the merchants who sell these products often value the names at millions of dollare. They cannot afford to jeapodize the worth of these names by selling any but good goods of full measure and fair price. A merchant or manufacturer cannot afford to advertise goods that will not give service. The penalty of such tactics is too heavy. You can bank on this. Advertised goods must be as advertised. I That is why it pays to deal with advertisem and to buy advertised products. The advertising is your protection. Read the advertisements in The Bulletin1. It will pay you as a regular practice. i . During the past week the following matter has appeared in The Bulletin's columns : Rome. Xov. 3 (By the A. P.) Tlie appointment of Baron Romano Am ain as ambassador to the United States to succeed Vittorio Rolandi Hit ci was announced today. rorjc HI? INTKRKSTED IN FKACKFIL. BKVOLITION Effort to deport f oreirn born booties- gers will be made by T. C. Yellowley. who has assumed the office of prohibi tion office rfor the state of Ncw Y'ork. t. P. Morgan who Is stoppmr ever for a day in Paris on his way home from Rome to London, will sail for home from England toward the end of November. Plans for a series of winter camps for boys from nearby Xew Kngland cities have been announced by the Dartmouth College Christian association. The I . S. H. I'tah, which has been in Kuropean waters for 15 months, nut in at the Charlcstown navy yard ypstcrday after a stormy trip from Gibraltar. The mlftftton on Philippine Independence which came to the United States last year spent 145,000 of Philippine government funds. REPARATIONS SITUATION, . DISCUSSED IN BERLIN FATALLY IXJUBXD AFTER ESCAPE FROM POLICEMAN Bridgeport, Nov. I. A short tun after ha had escaped a police officer who bad served a warrant on him to- igbt. Georgo A. Porter, real estate op erator of Stratford, was fatally Injured s-hen ha was struck by an automobllw lust 'outside of Went port. Porter died ,et Commons hospital from a skufl S-arture, shortly after .ha had been akea there by Mrs. Olive Nocros ol Vent-port, driver of the automobile. " Earlier in the evening according to he police. Porter was served with a arrant on a statutory charge. While e polteoraan waited in a room in -For lers home. Porter went into another too mt tele phono and disappeared. rorm xebt killed bt EXPLOSION IN A MIME Bassston, Ps., Nov. Four men were killed and four others injured in the pre matura explosion of a blast at the Birds- y stops of the Olyphant mine of the Rudaon Coal company at Throop, near sera, this afternoon. Too death of a fifth man was expected Momsntarity tonight Company officials were unable to ex- ttaia the cause of the accident. Memphis, Tenn., Xov. 3. Jack Ken nedy of Memphis, alias the "Quail Hun ter" an ex-convict, who has served a iong term in the Missouri state peni tentiary for robbery of a St. Louis and San Francisco passenger train, and a.l unidentified bandit were shot and kille-1 early today near Wittenberg, lie, In what railroad officials here declared was an attempt by a gang of or more bandits to rob the mail and express cars of the East i St. Louis-Memphis Frisco Train" No. 805, which left St. Louis at 9 o clock last night. Reports received here conflicted. One was that a number of pouches of mail and some express matter was obtained, while another said that , the robbers were driven off before they could enter the mail icar.- The holdup was planned in Memphis about ten days ago, according to post- omce - inspectors here,' who were' inform ed of the plans of the bandits. As a, re sult all night' trains iri both directions bn the Frisco between MjTTiphts and St. Louis during the past week carried ex tra guards, heavily armed. According to the original plans, officers said, the holdup was to have taken place in North Arkansas, but the theft of an au tomobile which it was planned to use upset the plan. Learning that they were-' being watched by post 'office in spectors the men left Memphis, but were traced to Seventy Six, Mo., near where tne noiaup occurred this morning. Re cently one or more of the band had been under constant surveillance. Xo Information as to the method used to noia up the train was received by Frisco officials, here, although they were oi ine opinion dynamiting of th' inwR near juarsnneia. MO., earlier hi the night 'might have been part of the pian. . i wnen the train was stormed near Wit. tenberg, Mt, early today accordinc t reports received by Frisco officials. fusillade of shots was fired by the ban? dita, who seemed to be scattered along iracn. mis nre was returned br guards on the train. In the fight which louowea, &enneay ana one of his com panions were killed instantly. The re- matnaer ol the band escaped- in an au. tomoDiie. Arrangements previously had been made by pastofQce inspectors to form posses m the neighborhood of Seventy Six, and according to long distance tel ephone messages from there this morn- .ng, .a number of posses were in suit of the bandits. Berlin, Nov. 3. (By The A. P.) Dis cussion of the reparations situation and means for remedying Germany's critical financial ills was being continued today, participated in by the notable aggrega tion of expert financial mi-ids now gathered in Berlin, concident with the visit of the alliel reparations commission here. Finance Minister Hermes was ex pected to present today a memorial set ting forth Germang's financial and econ omic condition in all phrases, in rela tion to the - reparations problem. It has been estimated by German ex perts In connection with phases of the proposed remedies which embrace a loan proposition, that the amount of the loan Germany would required for her finan cial and economic stabilization is. $500,J UUO.nno. Professor Jeremiah W. Jenks, who is here with the other international finan cial experts invited by Germany for the study of measures necessary to stabilize the mark, is credited "with having work ed out a scheme for an Anglo-Americtn loan, lor which the reichbank's 1,000, 000,000 gold marks would form the chief security. - - : rCstEfl OF STILL PROBABLY RESPONSIBLE FOB MAN'S DEATH Lawrsnce, Mum, Not. 1. The body if WUliara Goskl was found on the steps In the rear of a house on South union reet early this morning and inside, on :he ftrst floor, was a still In full opera tion. Fames from the still, or the gas tove eeoeath, are believed to have been Meoaeibie for the man's death, accord- kg tovtfce pouo. pur BELGIUM DESIRES TO BE . ' REPRESENTED AT LAUSANNE .Brussels, Nov. . 3. (By The A. P.) The Belgian government has sent notes to 'France, Great Britain and- Italy ex pressing a desire to be represented at the Lausanne conference on Near Eastern questions order to protect Belgian in terests. The government has no wish to take part, to, the political and territorial negotiations, " but Insists that it should be heard , on ' modification of economic provisions in the treaty- of Sevres, which Bulletin Telegraph 'Local General Total Saturday, Oct. 28 146 188 334 688 Monday,- Oct 30 163 126 322 611 Tuesday. Oct. 31 93 130 260 483 Wednesday, Nov. 1 78 165 . 272 515 Thursday, Nov. 2.....v 100 105 .310 515 Friday, Nov. 3 110 102 -321 533 . Totals.. v;,.'.,vJVTrr e9CT r-lff1 6 " " 1839 " 3343 An increase of more than S5.eOO,oeo in thj public debt during October is shown" in figures made public by the treasury. Fifty plumbers in Fitehbnrg. Ma.. and Leominster are on strike to enforce their demands for an increase in wages from 90 cents to $1 an hour. President Alfredo Zeyas of Csba Is sued a manifesto to the people of the island praising them for the order ob served during the partial elections held Wednesday. A bill ia equity asking for receiver and for an accounting and sale of the as sets of the Massachusetts Oil Refining company, was filed In superior court by the Old Colony Trust company. j Workmen employed excavating- a base- ment for an apartment house In the fasb- ionable West Side residential district of Helena, Mont, nave uncovered a well-oe-fined vein of gold bearing quarts. Rome, Xov. 3 (By the A. P.) Pop.. P.U3 gave intense interest to every phase of the armed but peaceful re j lutlon in Italy which brought the fa Cjsti into power. Purins ail the recen: exciting days in wh.ch the older pjlit cians parsed from the M:ene and th--black-shirted followers of Mussolini too ktheir places, hia holiness received information every hour from the Vati can secretaries, ever repeating the de sire that bloodshed might be avoided. A prelate, who upon viewing the en try of the fascisti troops into Rome re marked that "the revolution" had bx.-n successful was rebuked by the pop.-. "It ia not a revolution, it is merely a change of government," tnc pope is i- ported to have said. While no official comment is obtaina ble at the Vatican regarding the advi-u. of Mussolini to power, those close i the pontiff say that the policy of Un holy see will not be affected by th-; change in th cpoliticai life of Italy. Tiw Vatican policy remains one of dignity, silence and aloofness. The interest of the pope in the politi cal crisis was quickened when the fas cisti adjourned their congress at Milac. The resignation of the facta govern ment was a surprise to the holy s-?e which had only a little while before re ceived with approval the information that a state of siege in Italy had been promulgated. In the Vatican this was taken as an indication of tho govern ment's strength. The king's refusal t- sign the decree was said to have caused disappointment to the holy see. which interpreted victory Emmanuel's action as a sign of weakness Mars, became panic-stricken as means of escape were cut off. Firemen, battling their way through" the flames as streams of water were played on them, effected thrilling res cues on both floors, but not until a number of the workers were badly burned and overcome in desperate ef forts to escape, ANXIETY FELT FOB AVIATORS ON 'TRANSCONTINENTAL FLIGHT San Diego, Cal Xov. 3. Keen interest in which anxiety may have shared was expressed at Rockwell field late today as to the progress of Lieutenants John A. MacReady and Oakley Kelly, trying to make a non-stop flight from San Diego to New York in the great monoplane T-2. They took off from the army aviation field a few seconds before 6 a. m. and passed over Dcming, N. M.. about 2.35 p. m. The take-off was acclaimed as a mas terly, piece of airmanship. Lieutenant Kelly handled the wheel as he did on the morning of Oct 5, when the two avia tors took the air on a flight which re suited in a duration record of 35 hours, 18 minutes and 30 seconds. When the big machine left the ground today, how ever, it Weighed 10,800 pounds, or 500 pounds more than when it . started oq Oct. 6. "We expect to eat dinner in New York Saturday evening," said MacReady with a laugh. . , COURT .UPHOLDS BIGHT- TO . SEARCH AUTOS FOR LIQUOR Lansing, Mich., -Nov 20. The right of police officers to search automobiles for evidence of liquor law - violations ; with out the formality of a search warrant was upheld by the Michigan supreme court in an opinion today. Three of the seven members of the court, however. niea a lengtny assenting opinion, hold lng that the ruling, was "unAmerican, ar bitrary and despotic" and rendered all persons "subject to uncontrollable es pionage and visitation." It - would re duce the "bill of riehts" to ascran of paper." tne Dissenting opinion held. The majority opinion ruled' that both federal and state .constitutions guard against "unreasonable search" and added that an automobile in a public place con stitutes a different class of property than a dwelling. It described liquor as con traband to which there can be no such thing as possession, by., the"; person il legally transporting it. - SPEED RECORD BROKEN BY ' THE STEAMER MAURETA NIA New York; Nov. 3. The Mauretania. which arrived here today, broke the speed recora oeiween cneroourg . Breakwater and Ambrose Light, covering the . dis tance m nve days, seven hours and thirty-three minutes., . This is one hour and forty-seven minutes better than the previous record, also held by the Mauretania.- - . late her when freed. She was profuse in her thanks to the jurymen for their action. Asked what she next Intended to do, Mrs. Rosier said: "Rest and for get. 1 am so happy I cannot realize it. All my love will be center.! In Richard." The baby, who figured con spicuously in the trial as the dead mah's ! son, is now one year old. I She was then asked about Oscar, Jr., ! an 11 year old son of Rosier by a form er marriage. "I anwvery proud of him," she answered, "I am going to bring him up." Mrs. Rosier was then driven with her mother, Mrs. Susan Reid, to the Rosier home in Stonehurst The shooting took place in the rooms of the Rosier Advertising Agency, of which the dead man, who came to Phil adelphia from Australia; was" the head, on January 21 last Rosier was 38 years old and Miss Reckitt 20. For nine months the defendant was incarcerated in Moyaensing prison,' awaiting trial.. A plea of emotional insanity was made by the defense. In his charge to the jury Judge Bar ratt was emphatic in declaring that peo ple should respect the law and that any person taking the law into his own hands could not be countenanced unless the nation were to revert to barbarism. The vital issue In the case, the court continued, was sanity. If "mentally de throned," he observed, the Jury should ac quit the defendant, but if It found that she was sane, conviction should be the verdict . . . ' Under the leadership of Robert E. Peary, son of the late Rear Admiral Peary, the Bowdoin College Rifle club will have its first match on Nov. 20 with Rutgers. tmxM music is on its last legs accord ing to many masters of music in Chicago, but it will leave a premanent effect upon American music. Dean Peter C Lutkin, of the School of Music at Northwestern university. Whether the mas who died ia a gov ernment hospital, in Boston last week under the name of Angus Cameron Mac Gregor, was a world war veteran is still a problem unsolved by the American Legion. As the fascist! movement gathered force opinion in tl. Vatican was modi fied, and it was r-c,gnizd that the im portance of the movement had been yn dcrestiroaud. His holiness manifested great ' con cern last Tu-yday wh-n groups of fa c.sti and commun.su clashed near th Vatican garden?. Th- p.. p.- immediate ly inquired wh..th-r anyone had been injured, lie was greatly relieved upon learning that n damage had been ' wrought J..ai alt. rn.K.n when the Victorian black .--hii-is swarmed :n triumph over the city the pope Mood at a window at the extreme left corner i.f the Vatican, fiom where he could thousands ot fascist: descending I'incian hilL He watched the vast movinj concourse only a few minutes and then returned to hi study to attend :o .h duties of the day. The pontiff locked with satisfaction upon the recent spee h d'-l;vered at Na ples by Mussolini in mhi.h the fascia:! ' chlefta n said he realized what tremens dous authority and power the church wielded throughout the world and what a benefit it to luly that Ilome -' the scat of the holy ee. Another nourre of contentment to lhe Vatican is the fact that six members of the popular party, generally known as the Catholic party, are Included in Mussolini's cab inet These six are two ministers and four under-secretaries of state. Still another source of gratification to the Vatican Is the announcement that the king and all the members of cx court and of the new government wPI attend a solemn te deum next Saturday at the church of Santa Maria Degll Angrli in celebration of the anniversary of Italy's victory In the World war. Cardinal Gasparri, papal secretary ot state, who has been ill for several days, has regained his health and resume di rection of foreign aflalrs for the Vatican. LATEST HAPPENINGS IN THE HALL-MILLS MURDER TROBE Pierre L. O. Kerler, spiritualist, wide ly known as a medium and a "commun ist by letter" with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, was at liberty under $1,500 bond in Chicago, following his arrest on gharges of operating a confidence game. Loaf tobnreo held by -manufacturers and dealers October 1, aggregated 1.45J, 439,314 pounds, compared with 1.016.396, 137 pounds on July 1 this year and 1,- 547,439,732 pounds on October 1 last year, TO PERPETUATE MEMORY . OF POET WILL CARLETON Hillsdale, Mich., Nov. 3. Further steps to make imperishable the memory of .the late W'lll Carleton, Michigan 3 beloved poet were taken here at the an nual business meeting of 'the Will -Carle- ton Memorial association. It was de cided to place next year, during fitting ceremones, a boulder on the site of "the old poor. house," located near Mr. Carle ton's home a. short distance from Hud son, Mich:, and which the poet described in his "Over the Hill to 'the Poorhouse." A similar boulder was placed, a year ago on the old - homstead where the poet was born. The boulder marking the spot was one upon which Carleton often had played as a boy., - Efforts to' make the life and works of the poet bctte?,known to Michigan school children- in the future also will be made. Will Carleton Day" annually Is celebrat ed in Michigan's schools by legislative enactment, October 21. being set apart because it is the anniversary ot the poet's birth. The Memorial association has several hundred : members residing in Michigan and other 'Middle Western and reastern states. - GETTIGAN FOUND GUILTY j ; OF MURDER OF HIS AUNT ' Boston, Xov. 3. J. Thomas Gettigan, Revere grocer, was found guilty of man slaughter by a jury in superior criminal court here late today, after a rial of sev eral: days, Jn .which he was charged' -with murder of his aunt. Mrs. Lizzie M. Cook by administering poison. The lurv wax . out- six aours, HELD FOR MANSLAUGHTER ' FOR AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT South- Xorwalk, November 3. George F., Ryan, Is held in bonds of $2,000 on a charge of manslaughter following an accident last night in which eleven year old . Russell Craw was struck and- kill ed by an automobile . driven '. by Ryan. The boy' was playing in an express wag on, when Ryan's car struck him. Ryan claiming that because of rain and mist his view was blocked. - , - BANKRUPT PLANO PLANT ' SOLD AT AUCTION FOR $44,000 Meriden, November 3. The plant In this city of the Wilcox and "White com pany, bankrupt piano making industry, was sold at auction today by the. Heod Trading company, of New York to John Nuttall, of Philadelphia,- for $64,000. This same property was appraised, some months ago for $344,000. Mr. Nuttall mads the purchase as an investment "- West! Virginia and Indiana. Long skirts have received another" set back, if early orders for spring 1923 are any indication. A New York department store has placed orders for spring suits with the skirts nine inihes from the ground. Lieutenant Commander Earle C. Carr, a physician attached to the school of flight surgery at Mlneola, L. I., was taken to a hospital in a critical condition, suf fering from the effects of a poison. YALE FRESHMEN ARE OF . ' AMERICAN CHARACTERISTICS New- Haven, ' Conn.. Nov. 3. An anal ysis of the freshman class ' at Yale uni versity prepared by Prof. Robert N. Gorwin, chairman of the board of admis sion for the Yale News today, says that tne ciass nas one distinctly American characteristic and that is - Its bitmesa. It is the largest class ever admittad to Yale" exceeding its' predecessor by 20. In spue ot nai -selection 659 men. entered without condition, and the stand of the ss -members was 74.3 per cent as com pared with- 68.2 last year and 58.5 the year before. Prof. Corwin says that Tale's nolle of admission thus far has been based upon rigid but open selection rather than upon- a strict limitation, of numbers. YOUTH , f6uNd UNCONSCIOUS t WITH BULLET IN HIS HEAD Worcester, Mass.. November" 3 Pnfm jv. jiatoH, Z2, son or Mr. and Mrs. Henry vion, nurcn street. South- Knnlmrv was found unconscious with bullet wound in his head this forenoon 011. a nli t rocks at the edse of the Metronnlitan water basin, Jn the vicinity of Parmenter eireec, near tne Marlboro-Sudbury line aim u:i m juanooro nospltal at noon. The parents of tne rounir man irrimd at the hospital shortly before noon and couia give no reason why their 1 should attempt to ena His life. , -"A-- - 75 PERCENT STOCK DIVIDEND BY UNION NATURAL GAS CO, The New England Hotel Men's associ ation at .their annual meeting In Pitts field, Mass., voted to spend $25,000 dur ing the next ' year in advertising New England. -James W. F. McAdams, of Meriden, Conn., was elected president of the association. Tho Washington navy yard has deliver ed to the post office department the first hundred of an ' order of approximately ten thousand letter boxes, marking the initial entry of a government establish ment Into the manufacture of the ordin ary boxes used on street corners for the reception of letters-. . Xew Brunswick, N. J.. Xov. 3 tPy the A. P.). This was another day of mys tery in the Hall-Mills murder ca?c. The followine things happened: 1. County Detective David, working under Special Deputy Attorney General Mott predicted that reporters could bank on action next-week. -- - - 2. Detectives claimed to have located the automobile' in which the slayers are! believed to have ridden to the scene of the murders on the Phillips farm. 3. The witness heralded as having testimony to support the eye-witness story of the shooting told by Mrs. Jane Gibson, farmer and self-styled eye-witness to the double shooting, was identi fied as Mrs. A. C. Fraley, a widow, living with her daughter In a farmhouse on I .overs' lane, near the scene of the mur der. It was understood that she had stated she had seen, from the upper stories of her home, figures moving in the field in which the slaying had oc curred, and had heard shots, but her home was barred today to reporters and she could not be interviewed. Sigoorney Smith, a gravedigger and -a boarder in Mrs. Fraleyn home, already has been questioned by state troopers. 4. Mr. Mott failed to show up In New Brunswick, although his assistants had summoned all the witnesses for interro gation, with the exception of Mrs. Ed ward Wheeler HalL whose husband, rec tor of the Church of St John the Evan gelist, was found slain with Mrs. Eleanor R. Mills, choir singer. 5. Detective Mason.- chief aide to Mr. Mott". later was seen to depart In the direction of Newark after holding a hasty I platform conferef.ee with Mrs. Gibson and another woman, said to have been her mother. The woman did not board the train. (. Mr. Mason, seen- after his arrival in Newark, denied that he had taken any witnesses to Newark during the day for questioning by Mr. Mot. He said he an ticipated no important .developments be fore Monday. - 7. The rumor still prevailed that grand jury action . might be expected Monday and that two warrants already had been prepared. Miss Sally Peters, confidant of Mrs. Hall, told reporters Mrs. Hall was much th DISAPPROVAL MAY MAR FORMER KAISER'S WEDDING Doom. Holland. Xov. 3 fBy the A. P.) Painfully Impressed with the marked, disapproval shown by friends of late Kmoress Aueusta and by an-bi.st circles in Germany generally ef" his co mine marriase to the Princess s Hermine of Heass. former Emperor William h -decided- -eliminate- rx' tain features of the festivities planned in connection with the wedding here on Sunday. " The chances from the original pro gram have considerably simplified it One of the plans abandoned by tne ex-kaiser is that of engaging an or- ; chestra to play the wedding music. Hi - has decided to content nimneit wim . strains from the family organ. The musical procTam includes Mendelssohn's wedding march anj the bridal chorus from Lohengrin. No guests will be allowed at the civil ceremony, to be performed In the lodge at the entrance to Doom bouse, with the exception of Count Von Moltke, marshal ot the ex-kaiser's "court" and the official witnesses. The guests will await the return of the bridal couple from the lodge in the main hall of the castle, where Dr. ogal. former court chaplain, will solemnise' the relit ions ceremony. Directly alter this, it .s ru rorted, Hermine will ctret-ouluusly re ceive the title "Queen of Prussia." The apartment on the, ground floor ox Doom house where th ex-ka-serm died has not been opened and Heroine'!' apartment is on the ejeeond floor, sepa rated by a small boudoir from the ex-r kaiser's room. ' " " . CLOSER COOPERATION URGED FOR RODENT EXTERMINATION Washington, Nov. J. Damage by smaller predatory rodents on stickmea's ranges, while not so spectacular as that by wolves, mountain lions and coyotes, is very considerable, and In some eases) more than equals that of the predatory animals, according to Dr. A. K. Fisher, of the United States Biological Survey. There should be closer cooperation, par ticularly In the matter of appropriations, between the federal and state govern ments, so that the largest amount avail able from both sources may be obtained. nleased with the results of the lone in- I he savs. tervlew she had given reporters this week The department of agriculture declares and that' letters received from various I that if the prairie dog alone were ex--parts of the country indicted a strong I terminated over Its entire ranee, which tk reaction In favor. of the rector's widow, economically possioie, .ovu,v -r - . i . .... .1 ' Mi. A AM AAA - invcsuKaujn wiuuwnxv uia. wicy o Several hundred men. women and chil dren orf Cheektpwaga," N. Y., battled with Lehigh Valley, railroad .detectives who attempted to prevent them from hauling away the contents of . three carloads of anthracite coal, which had been dumped on the tracks. - ' , Called upon to indict Jessie Baamaa, 29 years old, for the abandonment of her eight weeks old baby, a grand jury- 4n New York listened to her story of mis ery, raised a fund of $80 for her, and set' her free with the promise of further aid. receiving scores of - freak letters - from persons offering to solve the mystery. 1 One offered an algebraic solution. Des ignating principlas as A, B, C, D. etc... and the slayer as X, the -writer forwarded six pages of equations which left the in vestigators-still-In doubt as to the iden tity of X. . . Dream solutions are arriving by the dosen. - One exangelist submitted the re sult ot a supposedly divine communica tion. The letters accused a dozen different persons of the crime. . . " Pittsburgh, Nov. 3. Directors of the Union Natural Gas company voted today to declare a stock dividend of 75 per cent, in addition to the regular cash dividend, provided the stockholders, at a meeting on November 28, vote favorably upon a proposal to Increase the capital stock from $10,000,000 to -$20,000,000. The proposal, . submitted by the direc tors, provides that the par value of the new stock shall be 125, instead of $100. The company's properties are chiefly in northwestern . Pennsylvania. Ohio. Treasury officials do Mt share the ro- lief -recently expressed In other high ad mhitstration circles that the federal gov ernment's . $670,000,000 deficit for the present fiscal year can be- entirely wiped out. by economies . In current expendi tures. . , . ,. . Mrs. Bridcet Mary. Convey, used 1st, who attracted considerable, public atten; tion some months" ago by attending a prize fight In Sioux City. Iowa, died In a hospital at Omaha, Neb., ot,old age and complications resulting from a broken leg. She was born in Ireland. . cattle and 4.004.000 more sheep could be raised on that area, because of the in crease . In the amount of forage. Records of the Biological Surrey, a brmanch of the department show that fn Texas its hunters cooperating with tbo state agencies, have killed about J.e0t predatory animals, aggregating a saving ot more than $2,700,000. Of the total 17.800 wolves and coyotes captured, more than half bad records ad killers. - The tale ef tho ' haasins of " Beanie Swim, executed at Woodstock, N. B., Oct 6 for the murder of OHve Swim, was re told .before a commissioner appointed' by the attorney general of the province to investigate the bungled execution. Swim's body was cut down before life was ex tinct and a second hanging became nec essary. . - "HOME COMING" DAY AT WESLETAN UNIVERSITY Mlddletom-n, Nov.. 3. This was "home coming" day at Wesleyan university and the undergraduate body were In readiness early to give a cordial welcome to alumni upon their return. Twelve Greek letter fraternities had planned elaborate en tertainment ot members as a part ot the Initiatory ceremonies in which 74 per cent of the freshman class will play the part of meophytes. In each Instance a dinner was to. follow this evening. . . . The -alumni will spend tomorrow visiting- with their former professors and attending, the alumni council, meeting. The Mystical Seven and- Skull and Ser pent societies will entertain. In the afternoon wt I come the gridiron battle between Amherst" and Wesleyan. and the latter with one of the best teams in her history hopes to wipe out old scores with its rivals. The event will-be wound up tomorrow night with a gathering in Fayerweather gymnasium at which Acting President R. T. OUn will preside and addresses will be made by Judge E. L. Steele of Hart ford, president of the alumni council, and E. A. Robinson, president of. the college Dooy. MICHAEL CONNELL ATTEMPTS SUICIDE IN BRIDGEPORT Bridgeport November 3. Michael Con nelU 4. superintendent of tbe Lordship Street Railway company, which Joins this city with Lordship Park district, soot himself through the temple with a re volver early today. He was removed te " Bridgeport hospital, where it was later repotted that chances for his recovery arc -fairly good." ' - Conneet made tbe attempt U. end all lite in the office of the company's ear barn on Hollister avenue. He was found by barnmen when they reported for. work. at 7 a. m. today, and Immediately trans ferred to the hospital ' - - - OBITUARY. " ' " " ' Rev. Dr. John 1. MeCorT'" ' Worcester. Mass, Nov. 1, Rer rr. John 3. McCoy, rector of St Ann's church and one of tbe best known Catholic cler gymen In New Englsnd. died today wbi; walking .In. the parish grounds. He Wat ( years old. Death was -due to heart trouble. Dr. MeCoy wss bom In - Tariff t!" IConn. He was ordained to the prtesthoe-d in 1I7S. nrst com ins to this city, ard later holding pastorates In' Wei bore srl Chlcopee. He was long active In temper ance work tn western Massachuset'.a The funeral will he held .WedJMedav. ' - v . , . - ,-- , . ..... . .-. 1 ... - ' . ' .' , t "