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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIL, 5, 1923.
n WOMAN FORCED TO SEE MOB BEAT HER ESCORT (Continued from jlrst Page) - "Mrs. Bright knows all 'obout thU kidnapping J.'.' Mm. Pace bogged thatj the affair bo kept from the newspap on, saying that she was going to leave , the city at once and did not want any further embarrassment, "They tied my hands and they put a mask on my face," Mrs. race stated, "I tore the mask from my fare and saw them drag- Mr. Bright from the cer and throw him down on the ground. They first tied his hands and put a gag In his mouth then they drew out a lash or. a leather strap and bei Mm re peatedly over his body." The kidnapping occurred -ar the Tubcrnaele Baptist church, l.valdcnts were aroused by what seemed a flat fight and reported the matter to the police. ; Investigation disclosed a de- ' stirted motor ear In which laundry bundles bearing1, right's name were found. Several .persons then told po lice that the deserted automobile had been "pocketed" by two other ma chines and then came the clue to a kidnapping. Deputy sheriffs were ordered to search the vicinity. Iilko Other Kidnapping. The scene of the kidnapping was where' a man named Pchrelber of Boston was kidnapped several months - ago. Residents who saw both attacks said the circumstances in last night's affair wore almost identical with the Rchrelber case, even to the type of. automobiles used. Bright and Mrs. pace were found ' by deputies walking toward Atlanta. They said the route taken to the scene of the flogging was circuitous and had confused their sense of dlroc- . tion. After relating the incident to po lice' Mrs. Pace was taken to her hotel and Bright left without stating his destination. He was suffering from flesh wounds caused by the lash and It was understood that a doctor had Try PISO'S Astonishingly quick nlicf. A yrup different from alt others pleasant no up set ttocaach no COUGH opiates. 3&C and sue verywnetai NOW IT'S SPRING TAKE CELERY KING A mild vegetablo tea brewed at home that will put and keep ' your bowels and Itver in perfect condition and prove a grand Spring tonic and blood purifier. CELERY KING costs but a few cchj.s at.lrugsasls.. Take it yourself at bed time. givf. it to the little ones. Fine "or had brVath, sick headache and Jiz.y spells. El WHAT IS THE DANGEROUS AGE Jazz-Age? Marriage? Di vorce A?;e Every, wife should see it with her husband. FOX'S Next Mon. TO THE SICK, THE NEAR SICK AND HEALTHY OF NEW BRITAIN. I AM A DOCTOR MY NAME IS DOCTOR , I HAVE NATURE'S FINEST REMEDY It has proven miracles for the people of Bridgeport, Stamford and Springfield. IT WILL IN NEW BRITAIN Against all advice l am offering my services. I know it is unethical I know I may be expelled from the. American Medical Society. , But I am ready to dare anything to help humanity and prove my case. Appointments made by letter or in per son. I will open my office at 468 Main street on April 12. . V Watch For More In This Paper Tomorrow . . - been summoned to give hint atten tion. , Mrs. Tare lives with her mother at 437 Kort Washington avenue, New York city. (She recently figured In a suit brought by Mrs. Bright for alienation of her husband's affec tions. ' The caso was settled out of court. Mrs. 1'aee said she came, to Macon to protect herself against any thing which might be brought up In the Bright divorce case, Blie was not called to the stand. , Bright confirmed tho details given by Mrs. J'aon and said that the kid nappers also stated that they whipped him because he tried to take his proporty away frpm his children. . "I offered to give them the homo on. Hncond street and keep In repair ror my cnimren ror tne rest of my life," said Bright, "provided tt was not mortgaged or sold. They kept on Dealing me. I have done no wrong. Possibly i maae a mistaKe by bringing the negro woman Into the case. They ioia me innt tney were going from hero to Montezuma and got the negro woman witness In the case and kill ner." ARGENTINE EXPLORER IS FINDER OF OLD METEORITE Body That Fell 300 Years Ago Has Been Lost Since 1813 Weighs About 67 Tons Buenos Aires, April 6. A meteorite, which Is said to have fallen In the territory of Chaco, Argentina, S00 years ago and which has been the ob. Joct of numerous expeditions since 1774, has been rediscovered by the ex plorers, Le Borthon, Santlllan, Bellot tl and Alzugaray, who have sent a fragment weighing one kilo to the government of the Province of San tiago Del Estero. Traces of the meteorite were found, and the place where It fell was known before 1812, but subsequently it was lost, after which several expeditions failed to locate it. It Is said that it was about, the middle of the seven t.enth century when Spaniards guided by the Vilelaa Indians found the great meteoric mass half burled in the sand. The place was named Campo Otumpa, and an Analysis made of the meteorite in 1812 showed that It consisted of meteoric iron, pure nickel and cobalt. One piece was taken to Buenos Aires and another sent to the British Muse um. Two pistols are said to have been made from the metat and presented to the President of the United States as a token of appreciation for his sympathy toward Argentine Inde pendence. - The discovery ia likely to cause not only much scientific discussion, but much public interest in the outcome of . the discoverers' claim to tho re ward of 2,000 gold pesos and ten square leagues of land which the gov ernment of Santiago. Del Estero de creed in 1873 for the discovery of tho meteorite. ' The mass, it. is asserted, weighs more than fifty-seven tons. It meas ures 2.89 metres in length, 1.82 In width and 1.40 in thicknss. - Gilchrcest Will Return, Wexler Again on Board -Building Inspector John C- GH chreest will return to work Monday morning after two months' illness. During his absence the work of the office has been in charge of Israel Wexler, who resigned his place on the building "commission to become ecting inspector. Wexler Will be again named on the building com mission by Mayor A. M. Paonessa. THU LAST WARX1XG I'nKss payment is forthcoming from some of the water rent delin quents, BTvloe - will be shut off to morrow by Superintendent James Towers, it was announced this after noon nt the office, of the public works board. It is the. department's i plan to pursue this policy in the fu ture to discourage delinquency in water rent payments. ' DR. JACK V Specialist JACK SIR A. CONAN DOYLE (Continued from First Page) with It came to grief. This was the mummy of a queen, and even one of my dear friends, a Journalist, who Investigated the circumstances sur rounding the happenings that befell the persons who handled tho mummy was himself stricken immediately with typhoid and died. "The son of a friend of mine Sir William Ingram found a mummy while hunting In Somallland. In scribed on the mummy's breast were the words! , 'May tho person who' unwraps me die rapidly and may his bones not be burled." This young man In a few days was drowned in a water course, which rose with tho aprlng freshets and his body never was found, v "Therefore, I think It quite possible that Lord Carnarvon may have met his death through one of theso ele mental. - "I know the Egyptians knew a lot about spiritism, all the easterners did We are In communication with them quite often. Wise old eastern spirits are our spiritual guides. "in fact I have such a spiritual guide myself. Through my wife, who Is a medium I often get advice from him on spiritual matters. I never consult on material things. He says he often helps me without my know ing It. He lived II, 500 or 4,000 years ago In Arabia and was a man high in his country and like most eastern spirits, Is highly developed. ' "You know a great many peoples have dug Into graves without anything happening to them and I am inclined to think now that old King Tut's spirit is far enough along not to care I a tuppence what happens to ma old bones." New London Silk Mills' ; Workers Are Agreeable New London, April 5' Several con ferences between striking silk weav ers and Edward Bloom, head of the Bloom Silk Co., have been held with out reaching a settlement. Further negotiations have been deferred to Tuesday "when Mr. Bloom Is expected from an out of town trip. It is In timated the strikers will accept two cents a yard increase instead of the three cents asked for but the com pany has thus far refused .any ! Gets New Job Maj. Oen. Hanson E. Ely, above, commandant of Kort Leavenworth, Kas., will become commandant of tho War College at Washington, May 1. ' ' t il. ' - jr . . 1 - jsse. I f ' Faultless Fitting f Footwear II Smart and dainty appard call) for 1 'lM ( y tht taty gract and clcorr ttyk a I M n Ihlttofl gray-toned thoe.maJt with S . utH safe and catered wood hecL j I Your Ideals Realized Your Needs Well Served IN the beauty, fit and quality of the shoes of today you see how well the DOROTHY DODD ideals of style and service have been realized. For over twenty years the DOROTHY DODD name has stood for faultless fit, value and satisfaction and today, more than ever, it is a buying guide to the footwear that realizes your Ideals and best serves your needs. Globe Clothing House Cor. Main and KEEP CARS MOVING IS RAILROADS' PLEA Makes Plans lor Spending Billion , and Hall in Equipment New York, April 5, (By Associated Press) Having approved the expen dlture of 1 1,640,000,000 In new tracks, locomotives, cars and terminals tho American railway association today adopted a program which calls on every road, every shipper and every householder to help keep cars mov Ing! that dealers and consumers get their coal Into bins earlv: that fhi. ouiii or ore and coal shipments on the Groat Lakes be completed early In the summer: that road and. con struction work he gotten under way as soon as possible, so rail equipment may be available for crop movements In the fall. flan Rood Equipment. On their part the roads will try to have an extraordinary number of good order locomotives and cars available in the fall; to have all coal Intended for railroad use In storage by September 1: to restrict the trans. portatlons of railroad supplies' to the minimum during the fall rush and to help keep every car moving. The program is ono recommended by directors of the association Tues day and adopted today by the full membership, including every road, transfer and terminal subsidiary in the United States.- It also has been approved by the association of rail way executives, an organization of class 1 trunk lines. . Terms nt Aariwmrrir. All are agreed: 1. That by October 1. 1923. when the peak movement ordinarily begins, cars awaiting repairs will be redue ed to the normal basis of B per cent of the total equipment of the country. 2. That by October 1, 1 923, locomo tives awaiting repairs will be reduced to a normal basis for the entire coun try of 151 per cent. . 3. That to the extent coat is stored for railroad use storage requirements will be completed, by September so that after that data the equipment and other transportation facilities may be used to the greatest extent for com mercial coal necessities. ' 4. That the use of power and equip ment for railroad construction and maintenance purposes will be restrict ed to the minimum after September 1 in order that a maximum 'of power and equipment may be available for commercial purposes. Cooperation Asked. 6. That railroads in producing and consuming sections will impress upon all interested the necessity for the movement of coal and ore via the Lakes in the largest possible quantity early In the season, and that railroads serving upper Lake ports will carry cn a campaign for early purchase and shipment of coal from the upper Lake docks to points of consumption. 6. That an effort will be made to bring alfout, the porsecutlon of road and building construction work as early in the season as possible in or der that equipment may be available for larger movement of seasonal com modities, 7. That all Interested will be Im pressed with the necessity for loading all ears to maximum capacity in an effort to bring the average loading to thirty tons per car for the entire coun try; for unloading cars promptly; in creasing storage facilities where nec essary and providing adequate siding capacity to facilitate loading and un loading thereby increasing the num ber of available cars. r 8. That every possible . means be adopted to increase the mileage per car per day to an .average of 30 for tho entire country particular attention being given to - prompt movement through terminals and yards and to the issuance of embargoes when necessary to prevent congestion. West Main J v Little Jack Homer Little Jack Horner Sat in the corner Too tired to run and play; This wouldn't be true . If his feet only knew The Educator Way. The Educator is the only comfort shoe . made for every member of the fam ily and every genuine Edu cator bears this stamp on the sole. fcM ftiCE sV HUTCHINS Educator Shoe Vogue Shoe Shop 23fi MAIN ST. Opposite Monument JURY SEEMS DEADLOCKED After 36 Hours Jfo Discussion is Readied in Case of William Z. Fos ter Equally Divided. St. Joseph, Mich., April t. (By the Associated Press) The Jury try ing William Z. Foster which had been out 26 hours at 11:45 o'clock today was still deliberating at that hour, with all indications pointing to a hopeless deadlock. Shortly aftsr resuming work at 9 o'clock the Jurors sent- word thejr wished to see Judge Charles White but the court did not grant the re quest. From the fitful burst of loud voiced wrangling which Issued through the locked door, bailiffs de duced that the jury was about equally divided, t Execution of Catholic Is Upheld by Workers' Party Washington, April 6. Execution of Vicar General Butchkavitch of the Roman Catholio church by soviet au thoritics was Justified, Joseph P. Can non, chairman of the workers party of America declared In an audience here last night. The statement drew applause from the audience of about 100 persons. Cannon, who said he had recently totirned Russia declared the soviet officials had evidence the Catholic prelate they executed, had aided enemies of Russia. STEAX WHISKEY FROM THUS Chicago, April 6, Four armed bandits held up a dozen railroad em ployes today while four confederates loaded a truck with whiskey taken from a carload of lettuce. The rob bery occurred in the downtown freight yards of the Pennsylvania railroad. EIGHTH SMALLPOX CASE Stamford, April 5. The eighth case of smallpox was made known known hero today the patient having been examined by Dr. Knowlton who has just assumed his duties with the state department of health. RUM RING HEARING . Special Federal Grand Jury Will Con sider Evktancc in Boston Alleged Liquor Conspiracy. Boston, April 5. (By Associated Press) A special federal grand jury to meet here next Tuesday will hear the testimony of a score of persons on the operations of a rum ring which has been financing trips by the British steamer Avontown with whiskey from Glasgow for delivery off the New Eng land coast. Summonses on 15 per sons In Providence, Newport and Pawtucket, H. I were eerved today by Special Treasury Agent Owen Mc Kenna. A Boston politician of some prominence also may be called. TO ATTKD RECEPTION Senator Covert and Representatives Ailing and Christ will attend the Governor's Legislative reception in Memorial hall, State Library, and su premo court building Wednesday aft ernoon, April 11, FRECKLE - FACE Sun and Wind Rrlng Out t'gly Spot. How to Remove F.asily Mere's a chance, Miss Kreckle-face, to try a remedy for freckles with the guarantee of a reliable concern that it will not cost you a penny unless it removes the freckles while if It does give you a clear complexion the ex pense is trifling. Simply get an ounce of Othine double strength from any druggist and a few applications should show you how easy It Is to rid yourself of the homely freckles and get a beauti ful complexion. Rarely is more than one ounce needed for the worst case. Be sure to ask the druggist for the double strength Othine as this strength is sold under guarantee of I money back if It falls to . remove freckles. mW'sTUwIiiii 1 initn iimniiipn MILLIUNo IMULVtU IN NEW OIL LEASES (Continued from First Page; and Harreld, 'and other government officials. Not the least picturesque part of the affair was the presence of a delegation of Osages, to watch the. money roll In. Some one has suggested that the R-rewstor of fiction need not have been driven toward nervous prostra tion in spending a million a year; with one nod of his head at an Osage sale he could have spent it all and more. And in return he might have the right to drill on a tract that will never show anything but dry holes. $08,71 5,70 in Early Kales. The 20 sales prior to today brought Into the treasury of the Osages a to tal of $68,715,976, representing leases on more than six hundred thousand acres. Besides, the Indians collect a royalty on all oil produced. Real High Bidding Col. E. W. Walter has conducted all the Osage sales since the first in 1913. Little Jumps up of the bidding scale, at a hundred thousand dollars a clip mean nothing to htm. In monotonous tones he calls: "What am I offered?" "Nine hundred thousand dollars. Who'll make it a million?" and so on. The composure of the silent oil kings as they spend a million or moroj with a slight nod of the head Is thei wonder of the visitor. The heavy bidders sit about the house, studying maps, faces masked like images and when pointed to by the auctioneer, nod If they decide to bid the price called for. Not all the tracts fall in the mil lionaire class. Most of them go for amounts under $100,000. 17 Year Old Gould Girl Will Wed Yale Student New York, April 5. The betrothal of Miss Gloria Gould, a 17 year old beauty and youngest daughter of George J. Gould to Henry A. Bishop, Jr., a former Yale student, son of Henry A. Bishop of Bridgeport, will be announced tonight at a supper and dance arranged for her by her broth er, Kingdon Gould and Mrs. Gould the New York Herald says today. Her father has been critically ill at Men tone, France for several weeks. Miss Gould, an accomplished classic dancer attended Miss Spence's school and later studied at the Chalif school of dancing. She was a frequent star at amateur theatricals and recently did a solo number at an entertain ment in Carnegie hall. Her mother was Edith Kingdon Gould. Bishop j a descendant of some of the country' earliest settlers. Alfred Bishop, his grandfather, built a large part of the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad of which he was the first president. ALLIXG'S RtXIXG IPHJ3LD. In the superior court in Hartford yesterday no error was found in the case of William Marshall against James Partyka. It was a writ of er ror by Marshall, the lessor, to re verse a judgment of the city court of New Britain for error in rulings in an action of summary process brought by Marshall and tried before Judge B. W. Ailing, who gave Judgment for the defendant. This ruling upholds the one made by Judge Ailing in the city court here. LAWTERS TOO EXTRAVAGANT New Haven, April 5. Judge Har lan Howe In federal court today crit icized the practice In this state of ap pointing lawyers as trustees and re ceivers In bankruptcy, declaring that "as a rule lawyers spend more money than anyone else 'in such a case." ASAL GILLIGAN Margaret Frances Gilligan of 133 Tremont street and Berthold Asal of 27 Arch street were married this morning at S o'clock at St. Mary's church by Rev. John T. Winters. Orange blossoms dipped in a solu tion which makes It possible to ship them to waiting bifdes all over the country, brings an income to one woman In the west, in the busy sea son, of $50 a day. 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