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X 1 D-d f News of Ihe World By Associated Press ERAUD Average DaiJy Circulation For week Ending Oct. 22nd . . . 14,453 jB.ttMTAIN ESTABLISHED 1870 PASSENGERS OF DEATH SHIP TELL OF THRILLING RESCUE IN WILD NIGHT ON ATLANTIC Aged Captain, Veteran of Many Seas, is Hor rified as Screaming Women and Children Sink, Never to Rise. ; Captain Simon Guli, Com- j mander of Principessa, Believed to Have Stayed at His Post and Perished When Liner Sank. Rahia, Hrazil, Oct. 27 lP Hei.-f that Captain Simon Guli, command er of the Italian steamship Princi- I pessa Mafalda, perished with his ship oft the coast of Hrazil was cx- press-d by members of the ship, crew who landed liere today aboard '.he rescue ship Mosella. ; Uollevo dill) Lost. j The op-w of Die Mosella, Mho res- cued about inn persons from the sinking I'rincip. sa Mafalda v. . re of the ;i: i ion that more than Run liersons perished also, but they wen without, information as to the num Her rescue 1 l.y other vessels at the scene. (Other ndvio. s rece ived In-rc plac ed the nninl" r missing al low as 3 with more than 1.2'io esi'in-d l.y tie half dozen or more ships that sped to the scene of il,. sin Kin if. Advices received at Kin .Inn-dro place the humbcr missing at 'Is and the num ber rescur d at 1.1 7o.) First to Arrive. The Mosella. a. French steamship which was the first of the rescue vessels to reach a port afb. r yester day's dramatic rescues, brought 22 members of the crew of the Mafal da. All the others rocked up by the ship were transferred to oilier vessels and are now en route to itio Janeiro. One of the rescued sailors, who bad been idcked up from the sea, showed his watch stopped at 9:20 p. in., probably marking the exact time that Hie Principessa Mafalda settled into the water Tuesday night. Rio Janeiro. Oct. 27. IPY Uescue ships sped toward this port today carrying hundreds of persons who were, enal ched from death when the Italian liner Principessa Mafalda sank after an explosion eighty miles off the coast of Frazil opposite Porto Scgura, about Geo miles north ot here. Indications were that the rescue ships, the first of which is due here at. midnight tonight., picked up all (Continued on Tage 11) OFFICER FIGHTS GUN DUEL WITH MOISTS Drivers Tear Through Xew Haven Streets at 70 Miles an Hour Xew Haven, Oct. 27 A.V) A fusi llade of shots shattered the early morning quiet of the Hamden sec tion here today when a. motorcycle officer engaged the occupants of two automobiles in a gun duel. The machines roared through the streets at 70 miles an hour, shortly after one o'clock, when David W Howe, a motorcycle officer, took up the chase. One of the automobiles was a sedan reported stolen In Whit neyrille. In it was one man whib the oilier machine contained two men, supposedly confederates of the driver of the sedan. In the exchange of pistol shots, at lease eight bullets were fired .Howe 0K, orchard, Maine, Oct. "7 WY saul and he was (.Vtain that he had , T,, . ,,-,,,, . ' . ., wounded the man In the first car. As I??" " " t i ,lr " lh,! he followed the sedan, the second j 'n T", r!'" , " Wl"Ch " car came in behind and ooened fire " USt n,0ve 1,5 u,lll,,y to ca'T on the officer. Zigzagging to avoid the bulb-ts from the machine behind him, Howe sent four snap shots at the driver in front. He said that he saw the. man's) arm jerk through the window by the steering wheel and hang limp. Ho was forced to abandon the chase when the two machines threatened to wedge him between them. All hough Howe is sure that he secured the numbers of the two au tomobiles despite the fact that, a general description of the machines has been Bent throughout state no arrest lias been made. Home Brew Mash Blocks Part of Stamford Sewer Stamford. Oct. 23 .V Mash from home brew placed in the sewer In stead of (he garb e pail, has caused trouble in the Ludlow and Cedar street section, and City Engineer John C. Williams today held resi dents there responsible fo:- a back ing up of sewage in the plant of Hichards and company, manufactur ing chemist . Williams claims that the city will be put to expense to relieve condi tions hecan he said "persons mak ing home brew were afraid to dump the mash into the garbage lest the police learn that they were making brew." Mosella Passengers Rap Mafalda Heads; Lifeboats Tied Up Hahia., Oct. 2 7 JPt Souk; of the passengers of the Mosella, which rushed to the aid of the ill-fated Italian liner, were inclined to criticise those in command of the Principessa Mafalda, declaring that there was a two-hour delay in the Iowerine of tins lifeboats, the boats only being lowered when the ship was fast sinking. NAVY DAY PROGRAM HELD AT SUB SASE iOpen House Is Observed at New London Station ! ! . j DEVELOPMENT. IS SLOGAN High Ollieials of .Navy Frgc Expan sion or Sea rimer Itrldgppnri Also Has Some Special Observ- anees Today. N'ew London. Oct. 27 t'Pl Open house at the Xew London subma rine base with an opportunity af forded tor inspection of the land units and the submarines S-l, V-l and Y-2. together with music fur nished by the navy patrol force bund and Hie L'nit'd States coast guard hand and a football gam,, between tile submarine base and Brooklyn naal hospital teams marked the observance of Navy day here, today. In courtesy to the navy observ ance, the numerous coast guard de stroyers and patrol boats in the harbor today were he-decked witn Hags. Captain Adolphus Andrews, com- i mandant of the subinvrine base, and his .staff of officers were receiving quests and escorted them about the reservation. Naval and coast guard boats cooperated jn running boats from the municipal wharf to the. submarine base, two miles above the city. Naval speakers form the submarine base spoke at. the vari- Ions schools and civic nw,ln during the past two days. Hi idgTort's Program Bridgeport, Oct. 27 (,T) This city's observance of Navy Hay consisted of a public inspection of the only two l-.agle boats in active command in I the P. S. navy, the V. S. S. Kagle j 5S and the I.'. S. S. Eagle 35, which arrived here from Xew London last I evening accompanied by the sub- ! marine S-10, and the Xavy Pay lunch which Hie Chamber of Com merce and th" Ki wants clubs tend ered the visiting naval officers and members of various civic clubs. The clubs present at the luncheon were the Kotary, Kiwanis, Lions, Ex change, Civitan, Quota, Reciprocity and . Advertising clubs and the Chamber of Commerce. Lieut. Com mander Frank L. Humphreys, chap lain, V. S. .Navy, was the principal speaker at tho luncheon, his sub ject being "Xavy Day." Development is Slogan Washington, Oct. 27 (.Pi Its k. note "Develop Sea Power and the i American Merchant Marine" the birthday of President Itoosevelt, ar- ; dent advocate of an adequate, naval (Continued on Page 17) MRS. GRAYSON READY New Wright Motor Installed, "Dawn" Awaits Weather Favor able For Hop-olf. Frances Grayson and her two com panions across tho Atlantic today, while the personnel on a fourth at tempt remained a matter of conjec ture, i T. Harold Kinkade, the Wright i motor representative, sat at the j throttle for several hours while the ; newly installed engine Wt.t through its preliminary tests. Doth Mrs. Grayson and her pilot, j Wilmcr Stultz, between whom there has been much difference of opinion for several days, refused this morn- i nig to confirm or deny (hat he was seeking to leave the expedition. Shortly before noon they went into another secret conference, such as has marked the last two days. Lnitis XVnlrmi'm in IIovo -- - - - - . .....Vila, . , , 4 a. n , . Entire Face Made Over Hollywood, Cab. Oct. 2 7 UP) Louis Wolheim. character actor of the stage and screen, will sacrifice his peculiar physiognomy in an am bition to play romantic roles. The aelor today said he had ar ranged with a plastic surgeon to re model his face which was brought him "hard boiled" character roles. Wolheim, a. former football star, and college instructor, won fame on the stage in O'Xeil's "Hairy Ape" nnd also as Captain FTagg in "What Price Glory." NEW BRITAIN, LINER WHICH CARRIED MANY TO DEATH Sh oTA children, most of them immigrants, coming to the fertile lands of Hrazil ? !S J l neiZ thG lux'"nous rrincipess Mafalda, sunk In a boiler explo sion in the houth Atlantic oil Itaquena Point, Brazil. More than a thousand passengers Rumania Groomed for Revolution; telephone Wires Absolute rower; RUTH FLIES TO MADRID UN $I50ASEAT PLANE Miss Elder Received in Triumph; Large Sums Paid to Be Near Her -Madrid, Oct. 27 lP: Ruth Klder. Amerijan aviatrix. and her co-pilot. Captain (ieorge W. lialdeman arriv ed here in a. Junkers plane from Lisbon at 2:10 p. m. The American fliers were met by American Amba.ssador Ogden Ham mond and the commanding officer of the Spanish aviation service. After the reception Miss Elder and Captain Jlaldeman went to the American embassy where thev will be guests until their departure for j France. Lisbon. Oct. 27 P) Jtmh Klder and the actual pilot of the American Girl, Cap'aiu George W. Haldeman, who left for Madrid today by air plane, will continue on to Paris and plan to h-avo Paris Saturday on the steamship Mauretania. As Miss Klder stepped aboard the ; plane, a Junkers passenger machine, (dozens of cameras clicked and mo : lion picture machines kept turning I "'" """" " Oll.l Hew olt "1.11 .1 full cabin of passene-ers who had paid Slat) for seats to accom pany the American fliers. As soon as the commandant of th Portuguese aviation station had pin ned the Portuguese aero club's medal on Miss Elder's sweater, she mount ed to the pilot's seat, donned the pilot's coat and cap and the ma chine started. BODIES OF HARDING AND HIS WIFE TO BE MOYEDfe1. Will Ite Taken From (iraves anil 1 Placed in SHIIO.OOO Memorial ' Armistice Day. ......w, ... yy. , , , me bodies ot President and Mrs. War - ren G Harding will be moved Arm- istice. Day from the temporary vault in Marion cemetery to the $soo.oor, marble memorial, it was announced today The exterior of the memorial was completed todav, according to Hoke Donithen, chairman of the executive coimuiitoo of the Harding Memorial association. ; Although simple ceremonies nr.- I being arranged in .connection with jthe entombment, a number of prom- inent persons throughout the L'nited ! States have signified their intentions 1 of attending. ; 1 A wreath will be placed on the ' 'tomb as part of the services by Mrs. ; Wilma Sinclair Levan, republican! ; national coinmitteewoman for Ohio.1 Doctor Is Defendant In "Lost-Love" Charge 1 Bridgeport. Oct. 27 (P Hr. II.' Deruyter Howland, health ollic.-r ; of Stratford was made defendant ! today in a J2ii,dfl0 alienation of af fections suit brought by Joseph IS. Harris who is employed in a local machine shop. The complaint al leges that. Dr. Howland had been very friendly wilh .Mrs. Harris at various times since liiio. Harris had had attachments for JtiO.ooli made on property of the physician, j Mrs. Howland died last February. Hungry, Stole for Her Children, Woman Freed Xew Haven, Oct. 27 tP) A piti ful tale of a widowed mother's struggle lo feed her three children which came lo a climax when she was nn-ested for stealing a bag of crullers from a doorstep here today was told to City Attorney Harry M. I-rench by Mrs. Mary Myott, So. I, Alter hearing her story, the city at torney nolb-d the charge of t licit against tho woman. Mrs. Myotl, whose three children '.hatTI. y k"" 2 ''.Vlr- FlVnr" that she had been unable to secure . .,,K.UJII1eIM tnai sue na.i neen t ine soie support of the children since the recent death of their I father. Driven lo desperation by , Stelma and Piorkowski are em thelr hungry state she Went forth in ployed by M. M. Klrkorian, whole-, search of food. isiile fruit dealer on Glen street, and . CONNECTICUT, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1927. Lift. . T'"'mi!sm were rescued. Cut; Premier in Carol is Mystery News Carefully Censored Several Political Lead- e,-s An-ested and Th,,,wn Into Jail Manoiiescu Trial. j Belgrade, Jugoslavia. Oct, 7 ip... jThe internationai situation in u 1 mania has never before ia.-n s ciM Jical, it was indicated today in ad , vices from Grada, A Imare, ' liuchar j est and Teim.svar. Troops were reported to b ron icentrated near Uuciiarest in an'tici Ipation of a possilde revolution, j Telegraphic and. ;.-i.-.honi- com jmunication with Itumania iias been j suspended and conversations over j the frontier are cut off if of a poli : lical nature. Die advices state that. M:me tcade r Of tile peasant l.anv. ul.i.-h I was supposed to" hold an i r.rlam I meeting today, v as arrest, d bv g. n jdnrmcs yesterday, but escaped. Tic I advices also declared thai Prcniiw : Hrat.iar.o was assuming a virtual dic tatorship, neither discussing nor j consulting with any members of the r.-gency tin; measures which are be ing taken. Carol Wants Thinno Saint .Male, France. o,-i. fp.. . : cornier 1. rown Prince Carol of Jtu j mania is evidently intent upon as cending the throne h.- renounced in i 1 ' -5. Iri.-n.ls of Carol voliinl.-. j today in explaining his .1;.-,- ... :, r ;anee from his Paris haunts. Th-tc-: fore he lias tah. a up t . 111 pora rv ' residi nee in tin- viein.ly of this s.-a j coast town in a villa, the exact lo j cation of which is known only , jhis intimate fri. a. is, they said, j Carol, act 01 ding to their view, .abandoned his residence al X.-titlly "lieu i- .n-CKieil 10 make an a. liv. for restoration as that fushion- suhurh of Paris is too exnos.-.l to m:vsgatherors. Carol twice wiih in a week has broken his lorai. r steadfast, rule never to give inter views. He has chosen as his pub licity medium the semi-official French Havas agency, the latter working in connection wiili Kuman- ,a News agency. Carol was said 10 1 have thought ,ha. he would have a belter chance to put his ntl-rarc 1 before the liumanian nation, He l.,,Ufi tht, .iva!i I lis ,.-nr.i ....1 i .n,.'.,t 1.... . .. . . . , v, un.i.fi,: nin pie.seni cxaci wnercauouts, intending to re main in seclusion until tie- political aimosph.-re m r.umania. ch ars. Many Are Arrested Many supporters of Carol have been arrested according to r.-poris from lielgrade. In liuohaivst it was -taled that the gov. rnmeiit lirmly (Continued on Page 17) Two Leap To Safety From Truck As It Hits Trolley In Cheshire Xf- Britain Youth and Hoy Escape Unharmed When Auto Hangs Into Electric Vehicle. Southinglon. Oct. 2 (.P. Th row ing themselves from the trick in which they wen- riding, Waller Pi orkoski, I!', and Walter Stelma. la, both of Xew Itritain, narrowly es caped death today when tin y jump ed char of the machine as it col lided head-on with a street car on the highway between Clicsliire and Miil.lale.- Piorkoski, driving, at tempted to pass between another truck nnd the street car. When Hie two youths in the truck realized hat a smash was unavoidable th. v both leaped. Piorkoski received a , deep gasli In his head. The front of the truck was de-! lonlisllC.I ami It... 1 , ..e iU"' Str'"'t ' huekled in. I x,.ithr t..,,.,,,,,,.,,,, m. tit; three passengers in flic .dec!! car suffered any injuries. 4.0 XWMl SILENT ij MAilER NOTE VJilhlll' nolitrow AHminal'p In IIUUTU JAillYUO nuiilllQlO ttJ- peal at White HOUSe ASKS CONGRESSIONAL VOTE I,egis- iii.iiik wiiieer ior r tie sin Mist Instance of Migli (Mllciul A pponliuir. 7 IflV A letter Magnider t0 king tor an in - Washington. Oct. of Hear Admiral President Coolidge : t'-rve-w and a revocation of the order which relieved him from the Philadelphia navy yard command was ,b llvere.l at tie- While House Miday by Secretary Wilbur. Th. was no comment foriheoin- ng from the naval sec,-, tary regard- his confer,, ,te with Mr. (W - Mr. Cool- Ige although he spent ujuvards of all" tin hour with the president. It has b.e,i arranged, Mr. Wil ur said, for Kear Admiral Mairru- d-r to confer with him in Wash ington 011 November 5. Whether tin . resident will grant or decline tin admiral's request for an interview before t!it time was not stated. Secretary Wilbur's t.-iily statement I in conn.-c'ion with Un letter was to say that he l,--ii,-ve.l it to be the 1 lir.-t. time that an otlic.-r of such jhigh rank as -Magrud.-r's had gone , '"'er Hi.- le ad of the na y secretary in an appeal to the president. He ' '" saw no objection in Ma- ' unnider'rt iiaving made piiMie his I.-l- t. r of app.-al. 1 Frge Coiigrcsional ote Hot Springs, Ark.. Oct. L'7 1P1 - - itepreMlila'iVe J. V. MCC Mimic of Oklahoma, s.-cond ranking demo cratic member of the house naval affairs committee, said in a. state ment published today that lie would try to obtain from that committee a vol.- of thanks for Ib-ar Admiral Thomas P. Magrudcr fur his recent article about the navy. "Everyone knows that during the early epijod of Secretary Wilbur's t.-nure in nUiee, the same publica tion that cave to the world Admiral Mae-rud. r's timely and constructive criticism of the navy published S'cr.t.-iry Wilbur's 'Little Tunny Rabbit' and "Drown Hear' children stories. Di.-r. by showing thoughts uppermost in Ids mind." Sees Pride iv- .Motive Commenting on the removal of Car Admiral Magrudcr from the command of lie- Philadelphia navv yard, Mr. Mei"!intio said that "the secretary's attitude proves conclu sively that the small coterie of of ficers who control h,.- activities of Ihe navy would scuttle the ship of' state rather than allow anyone to (Continued on P.- ! C. 1 both live at 2 i r, C,c street. Pinr kowski was tr.-al.-d al .New Priiaiu .General hospital for lacerations about the face and an in in rv lo his . skull. .11.- was advised by the hos pilal authorities to remain at the in-;-aitution but he would not do so and ; insist-,! on going home after his i I juries w.-re treated. St.-lnia escaped uninjured, and he and Piorkowski 'said, on their return to this citv, that they w ,.r, .-t reniely fortm,.-,!.' Hint th. v , reiot kill.-d. Tin y w. ,. on their way to N,-u I'.ritain with a h.ad of grapes. Judge William i-V Mangan of Ni w Hritain, w ho was in Xew Mav. n on . busim-ss, passed the scene of the ac cident and oxp -cie.l to find l.oih young men dead, so squarely did th. truck and trolley car meet. i-Iad tlev remained on f he seat they would have been jammed with such fore. I hat they might never haw known w hat happened to t hem. he said. mi M 1 VI MF.lt New Britain and Oelniiy: Fair lonigbt. Friday increas ing cloiiilincs; Utile change in temperature. TWENTY PAGES. MAYOR WELD URGES MARKED BY APATHY clare Them Null if Less Than 60 Per Cent of Electors Yote ; POSSIBLE FOR CROUP j TO KEEP IN CONTROL : Chief I.vootttho Agreo Willi Suit- i goMinn to Deport Aliens Who; Show No Interest In I i m im; Naturalized Citizens Ai'iit They! Are in 1 his Country fur Period of 'Jen Years al MM, j I'eciaring that the man or woin.i'i jwlio does not vote is uri-Americn, j Mayor Gardner C. Weld tuld the lto'ary clulj this noon that he was "in favor of declaring void all ebc i lions in which less than (10 per cent jipf tin; registered voters cast their 1 ballots. These should be held again, .110 matter what, the cost, he said. I'd. know this is old stuff," the mayor 'admitted, "but it i real and vital. If intelligent citizens stay away jlrom the polls anything may hap ipen, and He- election may be con ilrolled by a small i.olilical irrnnn." j The mayor seized the occasion of ' :lv' ''"v to emphasize the duties ,01 a citizen. It is not necessary to ne a pontic an. ti,. said nna . 1, 1.,1 1 that it is even better not to be. j There is plenty of opportunity all I jalong the line, the mayor stated. ' e criticize, 1 those residents of the city who attack the measures of th 'common council, saying that the ;'""01;?, pr,0ct',"n tnr ,ne car",r8 ..w,,.-t .... ,VJI litem iu see iiuir Rl- dernien or councilnien before action was taken. Jiuring his service in the common council, the mayor said, only once did a resident of his ward come to him and express an opin- , ' '" ' 1,","a,M"8 wns i'"L popular opinion. H011111 jicpori Apainetle Aliens Americanization of aliens was ; urged by Mayor Weld," who said that lie agreed with the suggestion ot Addison 1". Munroe of Provi- ;de:ice. H. L, governor general of the len. ral Society of Mayflower IV- II I t !1 111 H'lwi iJ. .vl Il 1, ,.,1 , ,' ,' " - .""" '" 'lie socieiy III 1 la n- ford oisc lues.p v mat he favored til portatimi of all aliens who ..... , iMiiiuim-u citizens j o'clock this afternoon, wher.-as the after living in this country not less J Catholic church practice provides than five years or in any event not iter masses in the morning houis more than 10 years. only. Adheiing strictly to this pol- Americanization of aliens wit- icy. H.-v. Walter J. Ly.hly. leader of urged by Mayor Weid, who said he;'l"" Italian ccigregation. came out agreed with a. recent statement of j to the altar at 2 o'clock and 'o. li. t' to the effect that those who chanted the prayers for the dead, .lid not liecome citizens within ten nothing more. When he retired years should he deported. Those who are born in this country should also be kept "Americanized, " he declared, in or.l.r that they might fulfill their duties as citizens mid net throw away their birthrights. The liotarv club accent, , I t,,.. i. vitation of the Commercial Trust Co. to be its guests at a noun lunch eon in the in -w bank building on -November 17 and tn insm.el O... t, ...... . .. , j . , ' ' . ai' voicu IO ill. -.-1 Ot, W.-d, ies-lay of Thanksgiving week and to endeavor In t.e.1.1 id,,. luncheon with th- Kiwanis ch,l. on I thai day. BRINGS SUIT FOR $10,600 I .oui- He. k i ., a 1 1 or New Haven Piles Obil Claim Against Philip Mag-nn-on For May Colli.-hm. Claiming that he was seriously in jured and that his automobile was damag.-d beyond repair in an acci dent on May 2 last. J.ouis Hrousseall of N.-w II;,..-. n, through Attorney Marcus II. W.-isni.-in. has brought suit tor St'i.i;.!.. damatres against Philip Magnuson of this eilj. Deputy Sheriff Martin II. llorwitz s. rved the papers. The plaintiff claims that the cars collided in New-field as the result ()f th" defendant's n.-gliir.-nce and that Krouss.-au was thrown from the car onto tip- cement, pave, n. -in. sustain ing cuts about the face, head, arms and back, laceration of the 1. ft .arm. strain, and a permanent scar on Hi.- 1. iT forearm. He claims that he was confined to the hospital for several days and to his w ' 1 ks. It.- tnrt ih ,. slat, s automobile was rumph molisln-d. home that I oi los ile. ic of MccpXllclicMsl KcpiMiible I or Condition of Mill'ord. ruck Driver In Mill'ord, Conn.. Oct. 27 iP Clar- nee Johnson of Mystic, became Un i nnscious while driving a truck en ionic from New London as he was lassing through Devon today. When 'he truck swerved from th" road ind jumped the side walk curbing l is companion Edward F. Mahoncy if oa nk eized the emergency and vehicle lo a stop just aid have hit a telegraph l-i'iugh' ; b. for" i! Pole. lie found that Johnson was in an unconscious condition ,wh his face drawn with apparent pain. Al the Milford hospital, where Johnson was tak.-n physicians were unable to diagnose the case. Th -y said, how ever, that the man was probably suf fering from extreme lack of sleep. SINCLAIR SCORES IN COURT- SENATE TESTIMONY OMITTED; ALLEGE FALL SOUGHT MONEY 17-Year-Old Girl, Leads Wild I. W. W. Band Waving Flag Trini'lad. Colo., Oct. 27 (CP) Led by a 17-year-old girl, cheer ing members of the I. W. V. one of whom carried an American flair, battled mine guard today in the hilly country of Juiagii.-i. Canyon. A dozen persons were knocked down in the nie. ,-. The I. Vi". W. ne mbi rs reached and closed the 1 Magna mine, iaru-'st, of the Victor-A 111. rican pi-i-tperties. Mitka Sablieh. daughter of a striking miner, was tie girl who led the assault. Sin- led a similar but less pugnacious advance y e ti.rdav. POLICE AT FUNERAL TO PRESERVE ORDER Request Received at Headquar- NO TROUBLE BREAKS OUT Obsequies at St. Mary's Church This Afternoon I'nintemipled Although Feat Was lilt That Disturbance Would Occur. Five policemen humid to SI. Mary's church this afternoon jn response to a report to headquarters ithat trouble was brewing over the jivpo oi tun. -rat service planned for ! tistimony before the senate oil in i Joseph Yasqucs, and that an out-t v.-stigation committee could not be break was feared, but simple prav- i l,s"J mn. t't that voluntary ,,,,., ., . ; ; statements niig'ni be offered. The ers for the dead were said in the ,,!, a, issU(! ,vus wnt,u,.r sinclair pr.-s-nce of a large delegation and went to Fall's ranch prior to leas there wasr,o disonb r. . naval oil reserve from Fall ! According! to tl ! V police Informant. ! friends of Wsques. nho was one of ; , I, . prominent d that a Italian I j residents, in 1st I hieh of ..,i..m i. ', , irom the sanctuary, the organ play ed. "Nearer My Cod to The.-." and the s.-veral hundred persons attend ing the service tiled out in order. Policem-n stationed themselves at 1 ""5 ''""nth exit, and i ''1HW I'"1 order was among the kept on nil sid.-s without warning from the offi- ci rs who included Sergeants William P. Mcdie. Tiioma.s F.-enev. Oeorge c. Kllinger and Patrick O'Mara and i Patrolman Thomas liol-m vasques. in years old. of 11" Tr.- mont street, died n( his home late T""'s,,;,y llis:hl He leaves his wife. Mrs. Lucy a.s.iies; a. son, Santo Vasque.s; two daughters, Misses Pan tina and Maria Vasques. and three brothers. Salvatore, Sabasthino and Paul Vasques. all of this city. ATTACKS COOLIDGE William Mitchell. Calls IvMutive " rlcial in Oft'ioo" llelief. Deposed Officer. Worst Public Of--Dolds Magnider Milwaukee. Wis., i 'ct. 27 il l') William C. Mitchell, who was depos ed from his office in the army be cause In- "talked out of turn" about Hi" condition of "army aviation." litis brok.-n loose with another verb al fusillade this time agaics; the presid.-nt. "President ('oolidge is ihe worst public official in oii'ic. ." Mil. -lo ll said in a speech her.. ' II, has made an industry of office holding and is Tying to rule the country not govern il." Mitchell accused the pr. i-.-nt of 'attempting to establish a bureau cracy in Washington.'" "I n.br I'oolidg.'s ad, aims, ration congress has been gaining ccn.-iant-!y in pow er and the p. rogatn . s of tin- states have been taken awa.." lie said. Mitch.-ll wa.s loud in support of Admiral Thomas p. Magru.b r. who was relieved of his command in Philadelphia, Tuesday. Mitchell b. -li.-v.-s like Magrudcr believes thai "the navy is over officered." Drivers Are Freed Of Blame in Deaths Norwich, net. 2 5 P Coroner .lermiah J. Desmond handed down two findings here today exon. rating E. Tybr iioirers, of this citv. and 1 "buries F. Hall, of Xew London, of blame in connection with two ne cidental deal lis. Peg. rs" automobile fatallv Iniuiv.l Viol.-i Isabel Lew is, of Leffing- j Hall. ( a city employe, was operat ing a truck from which Hector Har ron. 20, another city emplyoe. fell and was killed. Harron was riding on the running board of the truck. It swerved and he fell under the rear wheel. PRICE THREE CENTS Everhart, Son-in-Law of Accused, Declines to Answer Questions in Bond Probe, Lest He Be Incriminated. Government Tries to Es tablish Fraudulent Mo tive for ex-Secretary's Lease of Teajwt Dome Oil Reserves. Washington, Oct. 2 7 P) Getting to th, tnart of its case, the govern ment today presented testimony in the T.a l'ot Home trial that $30,(mi in liberty bonds had been placed in a safety box held in the name of Al bert n. Fall after the leasing of Tea i'ot Home to Harry F. Sinclair, and that huge debts of Fall's Xew Mex ico ranch had been paid off about the same time. The $50,000 in bonds was placed uilh the First -Vational hank of J'u. -bio. Colo., by M. T. Everhart, J ail's brother-in-law, after a trip east. z. t. Rule, assistant cashier of the bank, testified. Then the government presented the books of Fall's Tres Ritos ranch, in which Everhart also was interested, and developed testimony that holders of $H0.tioij in ftotes had been paid off wilh bonds other than the J90.000 Kverhart had deposited. Follows Court Killing Rule's testimony followed a ruling bv the court that Sinclair's sworn ; for the ' I'onie. purpose of discussing the Itcruses to Testify Everhart. son-iu-Iaw M. T. of u'c n'''1"" ,hc government con- " v i-u.iu.i mi. aft.-r tlie basing of Teapot Dome -Naval Oil Reserve declined to an swer a number of questions in the oil trial today on the ground that it might tend to incriminate him. Everhart in p ply to one query by Justice Sid. ions. declared the question at issue was asked in an I attempt lo eoniii ct him with a con- spiracy. He was instructed by the 'court to reply to' the question. One of Hie questions Everhart re Mused to answ.-r was whether the j Tres Itiots ranch company, largely I owned by Fall, had any business 1 1 ansactions with Harry F. Sinclair, ! '' hs'''' '" J Dome, prior to ! 1 '' 1,n,:"' Ev-rhart tried to a Mal''""'nl 'he court sent ne jiit on, ot tin- room wink- Ever- le.W ev I.1-. . .,., NEGRO BREAKS JAIL Hci'lin ( olio cil Alan Escapes From Jail by Aid of a Wire Was For merly Itcsideiil of This Citv. Middl.-luw . H, t. 27 iP' .lames ; Woods. i'i;. m gro. living in Uerliii. h.-.ld since Tuesday' on suspicion of a bnak in a corset shop, this morn, ing by aid of a wire, escaped from the police lockup. He had been s.'iv.-n iTvi-.lom o' the corridor after a grilling last niclu. and wMi the wire unhooked a transom, got into tin atvaway and Hun ov,.r a ten foot wall. Postal employes saw hini :.t ,". a. m. hiking towards H-rlin. Later a f ofli'-.-rs wept ov. r the same rout" unl New Itritain was asked to watch for the fugitive. Woods formerly lived at ";"' Elm -tret, -.Ww Itritain, and was em ploy, d al tin- Donnelly brickyard in P-rlin. Shortly before noon today, two Mi-l.lletown police officers ar rival in this city and accompanied by Detective Sergeant Klling-r and S. rgeaut O'Maia. went to the brick yard, information having i.. . n re ceived by tin- authorities that Wood had been seen about the premises. Th. oifici-rs return, d about 1 o'clock without any clue, and re ported that a colored man rowing across a pond near the ai-l had lean mistaken for Woods. All the day policemen in tins city were on the lookout for Woods, who is well known lo re. Bridgeport Police Seek Identity of Woman Bridgeport, Conn., Oct. 27 lP Police authorities are trying to es tablish the identity of a woman pi.-ked up several weeks ago while wandering aimlessly about the city. She was tak.-n to Hillside home, where her condition has somewhat improved. She is believed to have been pick,.! mi in s.-veral othpr cill and to have been arrested in Detroit. Mich., under the name of Sylvia Means, alias Sylvia Roberts and Sylvia Phippls and to havo relatives living in Cleveland, Ohio. Information has also come to the department that the woman, who Is about 28 years of age was once found wandering in Plalnfleld, K. 3.