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POLICEMAN. ON TRIAL ATTACKS PHOTOGRAPHER Alleged Slayer of Miner Becomes Enraged at Newspaper Man. Bt ripp*-/lnicar<t X eicipaprr Alli'inrr FRANKLIN, Pa.. Jan. 31.—One of Pennsylvania's former ex-coal police, on trial here on a charge of manslaughter in the death of John Barcoski, miner who died last Feb. 10, Thursday was arrested for an attack on a newspaper photog rapher. The victim was Thomas Heffel flnger, cameraman of the Pitts burgh Press. Harold P. Watts, who, with Walter J. Lyster and Frank Siapikas. n trial, was the attacker. Heffelfinger attempted to snap Watts' picture as he crossed the s'.reet In company with hLs parents. Without warning, Watts, followed by his father, F. M. Watts, gave chase and pounched upon the cameraman. Other newspaper men and others who witnessed the inci dent rescued Heffelfinger. Picture Is Taken Watts and his father were ar rested immediately by Sheriff Voor hecs of Venango county. Both pleaded guilty. The photographer got his picture when they were ar rested. Alderman M. C. Henderson fined the pair a total of $53. They paid the bill and returned to the hotel by a circuitous route to avoid a crowd which had gathered. Watts, who, with his companions, was acquitted of a murder charge in the Barcoski case, just had left the witness stand from testifying In his own behalf before the arrest oc curred. His counsel characterized the attack on the photographer as cowardly and refused to appear for Watts on the assault charge. On Witness Stand The case against the trio, changed to this county because of alleged public indignation in Pittsburgh over their acquittal on murder charges, will terminate today. The accused men wlil be on the witness stand most of the day. Watts is due to go back for cross examination and his co-defendants will follow him. ILEANA TO WED IN MAY Rumanian Princess to Make Trip to Egypt With Her Fiance. By Vnitnl Press BUCHAREST, Jan. 31.—The mar riage of Princess Ileana of Rumania and Count Alexander Von Hochberg of Germany probably will take place parly in May, it wa s indicated to day. • On Feb. 26, It was announced, Queen Marie, her daughter, and Count Hochberg will leave Rumania ior a month's trip into Egypt. The princess, who met and liked many Americans, when she was in the United States with her mother, three years ago, now is wearing a gorgeous engagement ring, set with an almost priceless brilliant. SEEK INJUNCTION CURB Senate Progressives Determined to Enact Legislation. B" S’.- rinrts-llntrnrd X‘tespnner Alliance WASHINGTON. Jan. 3—Progres sive leaders in the senate have de termined on anew drive to enact legislation to curb the use of injunc tions in labor disputes. After a series of conferences with labor leaders, senate advocates of the Shipstead anti-injunction bill have agreed to press for considera tion of that measure soon after the tariff bill is out of the way. Mean while. Senator Shipstead is gather ing additional evidence of injunction abuses for presentation to the sen ate Judiciary committee. POLICE FIRE ON RIOTERS Outbreak at Hamburg Is Suppressed After Much Difficulty. />;. f nited Press HAMBURG, Jan. 31. Police swept the streets of Hamburg with gunfire, Thursday night, in a pitched battle for possession of bar ricades, erected by rioters. The riot was suppressed with dif ficulty. So vigorous w r as the de fense of the rio\ers, and so wide spread the movement that a recur rence of the deadly events of 1929 is feared. Three of the rioters were wounded. NATHAN STRAUS IS 82 Philanthropist Celebrates Birthday V"'h Utmost Simplicity. United Press NEW YORK. Jan. 31.—Nathan 'Straus, philanthropist, celebrated his 82nd birthday today, not with ostentation that might be expected by a man of his fame, but with ut most simplicity. The donor of countless benefac tion* spent the morning with his children and then planned to seek seclusion In the country'. Gone, but Not Forgotten Automobiles reported to police as stolen belong to: Charles A. Flint, 542 Holly street, Oldsmobile sedan, 89-027 (1929), from same address. Gordon Moore. 4246 Baltimore avenue, Chrysler coupe, 35-192 (1930), from Meridian and Georgia streets. Commercial Credit Company. 223 F.a't Ohio street. Chevrolet coupe, from in front of Graylynn hotel. Pennsylvania and Eleventh streets. back home again Stolen automobiles recovered by police belong to: Fred Willis. 2516 North Pennsyl van street, Studebaker sedan, found at Bates and Summitt streets. Ford sedan, 62-211, found at Sev enteenth and Bellefontaine streets After Record William T. Dodson, who planned to launch himself into space at an altitude of six miles at Long Beach, Cal.. In an effort to cap ture the world’s record for para chute jumps, is pictured above. Dodson faced a jump of more than 26,640 feet to better the record of Captain A. W\ Stevens, made in 1921. LIQUOR SHIP CHASEO Landing Balked, Steamer Puts Out to Sea. Bu 1 nited Press NEW YORK, Jan. 31.—Coast guard patrol boats churned through the waters off Long Island today, In pursuit of a steamship, which hasti ly put to sea, when its efforts to land a cargo of liquor, estimated at more than 5,000 cases, were inter rupted at Long Beach. The attempt to land the liquor was frustrated by City Clerk James McCabe. Driving home, he met three big trucks and a fleet of sedans. Seven policemen, whom he called, found fifty men gathered on a dock and the fleet of cars lined up. Three heavily-laden launches put out from the steamer, but their pilots saw the disturbance on shore and turned back. The fifty men scrambled for their cars, but the police caught seventeen, who were fined $3 each for disturbing the peace. They admitted they were hired to land the liquor and dis tribute it here. HUNT KILLER OP COP Gunman Slays Officer Who Broke Up Dice Game. Bu United Press NEW YORK. Jan. 31.—Police to day concentrated on a search for the killer of one of their own num ber. Tire victim, Maurice ' O'Brien, a young patrolman, was shot down in Harlem by a gunman whom he had I followed after breaking up a dice | game at a street corner. One shot j penetrated O'Brien’s chest, another | hit him in the mouth and a third 1 shattered his arm as he reached for his own revolver. The slayer commandeered a taxi cab. robbed its driver after a wild cruise of about a mile, and then sped away in the cab alone. The driver gave a good description of the j killer. CHARLES BRANT DIES Oxygen Firm Head Lived Here Since Youth. Charles Pierson Brant, 75, presi dent of the Indiana Oxygen Com pany, and active in production of oil throughout the United States, died suddenly at his home, 3331 North 'Meridian street, after a heart at i tack, Thursday night. Funeral arangements are not | completed, pending communication with a son, Walter F. Brant, who ives in Florida. Born in Pennsylvania, Mr. Brant ; came to Indianapolis in his youth. He lived at the North Meridian street address for thirty-two years. Surviving him, besides the son in Florida, are the widow, Mrs. Luella Ritts Brant, and another son, John Ft. Brant of this city. Gets Divorce From Artist Bu r nited Press CHICAGO, Jan. 31.—Mrs. Nan Barcley has been granted a divorce ! from McClelland Barclay. New I York artist. Mrs. Barclay charged ' her husband had improper relations with another wonum. For two gener- \ •tiona Grove's \ Vi Laxative \ \\ BKOMO QUI- \ NINE has beta \ used for colds and \ headaches. It is to day the largest sell ing cold remedy in the world. Merit ia the reason. At all druggists SOe. Grove’s Laxative BROMO QUININE Tablets H 7,1 J 1 b it] •] j I*l gr ilr] H y n h K LJ =4 Spring Frocks | jUL HAVE ARRIVED! A Brand New \ H \ f/s/m Shipment of Chic New Dresses in 1 Smart Styles for Early Spring Wear *4611W W W V^VUIIIA Sizes gj|| Usmblir | f ow/ig if eti tsi Jp s j[ioi 41 weaves, Jerseys and novelty fab- * men ‘ '■ ""* If "yriry rics that are suggestive of the ad- All-Wool Blue a ttJ r vance spring mode. All are exact & a s*i2?TroSefs $5*99 Overcoats .. . W 1 f reproductions of higher priced IIA # ' s™Sn e f r h fr ° m ‘ heir tiS ' SOTS— sl.*9 j Leather Coats A : : “'"‘to- B ™ l ''’ c-5 tesuj and Blouses . s*4® Corduroy Trousers ✓ A Styles for women and misses ' Vss wlA a, 7 7\A74 : ill Men’s Blue Corduroy * . include tweed ensemble effects, It 1 L ' < Serge Trousers ... $3&9 Sheep-Lined Coats $6.95 silnouetle dresses with silk / f Ak f g. Mr 1 Genuine Horsehide blouse top and separate jackets /A \!r ! Blue or Drab Cord-^ oq > m jJSk r | Leather Coats 9/95 — .‘l-piece Jersey ensembles and SIP „r.y Trcer. V j Mft Btonkrt . lllled Blu , prints, noted emphasis on k / HTv Denim Work Coau dressmaker and lingerie \W M)• . ~ . touches ''y Blanket-Lined Corduroy f^9 1,000 Pieces of Genuine E yjmf 8 Pre-Shrunk White Broadcloth „ . H 5,000 Pairs of Our Famous ffW “ComSolastic 1 ’ | WI | Rayon Lingerie I “0Omllailt”/i I lUnS ™ I FULL-FASHION I For Men _ ais w , . ... dcliirht „ I silk hose \\m%m I a " d j oan * Women and misses will delight m I \ M H Men —," vy ./ \ the perfect workmanship and fit of B j / \ I M 1/1 these tailored or lace trimmed under- K i / / \ A H _ / . % fj ; garments. STYLES —Gowns, chem- §jj& | / \ Ij\ Mi * O /It ' \ ise. stepins. French panties—ALL M "M-'. / \ *,->> J\ S ■<* \ \ % f/j \ J CUT FULL SEE! g m w ml \ Tul HB —\ yiV . Costume Slips, SI.OO ■ "jmr PAIR li%l I W 3 for ) A brand new super-value slip of silk Pongee hi /1\ J 1 1 M $3.50 or “Woveray—a serviceable silky looking Jfe / Sf gJ ■B ..*• •; *./ J" rayon material. For women and misses. Pas- j J wfc, TT tel lolois. H Four of Americas’ Largest Hos- 'mjfN || —Block s Lasemen S?. H iery Manufacturers have agreed to |i K Select vour exact size and feel confident that it H furnish us with a continued sup* I 9 will fit perfectly. Each shirt is fully guaranteed H ply of their better grade sub- ——| / +mWl £ against shrinkage. They are Pre-Shrunk! Avery IE standard full-fashioned silk hose. 4 p a J rs f 7/, %[ P limited number to go on sale at this low price in <B* vvffllw H \y e enthusiastically endorse these for $3 collar-attached style only. Sizes 14 to 17, For Women and Misses phutionunal j|| Men’s Ribbed Union Suits. Sizes 3G to 46. 95c M m p ar t. Wool Ribbed Sport Coat Sweaters. . .$1.59 Si,) and vS> p ... nicot-too and semi-service weight.. .new shades |§| Mixed Novelty Hose. Sizes 10 to 11 Va 19c MOOtonn t TI I 7offe2to: TO btoek tin- P oint and self twin-point | -BLOCKS Basement Store. Qualities B heel stales. v .— Block's Basement Store. I gK-— __ uj|)M>^' illlMia , wlll $125 to $l5O S B6 2 SifiSfiSfifiSfifiM J f Ijl ' tea A. Coat Sale FOOTWEAR fl'A Aril A Marvelous Group of Women’s and ’V’W' <“ ®W mV li. §esjm vr\ Misses’ @16.00 and Sid.,-", lua l ie.. Regular $4 and $5 Values for Women and Misses S ensa ti° nc, l Overstocked Sale Es / M ' ISI al ’ Grouped especially from J) fag TO •Y\ '/jjm&f c I higher priced lines for fljE M yNek i Prt, this event. Smartly styled •'SF2 te - ' f /'*V gpa Pr,C of black or brown kid, pat- T Jg© .Jl r%- ent leather, suede or com- f]'* /'jy binations of leather. All I Just 150 beautiful winter coats offer- wan e sizes. liiM \ [ ine a splendid choice of deep-pile sport “ ~7- TA *Tc I s' ill /; I models, roadster coats, mixture coats, AI.o Women. onJ MW Arch Support jgß) BBHp liall tweed coats and broadcloth coats. Furred Low Shoes at This Low Price of $2.9 5 * / / TTn and self-trimmed. —Block's Basement Store. HI f / \\ I I BLOCK’S —Basement Store. 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Sale Price! | /A\AA\ k jHI In Wanted gM A )£\ J <j| Appropriate daytime styles in a varied col- (OC/jx • 1 mieS* lection of printed rayon and plain color flat M V / (MB V* ifllVlfn \l' crepe dresses for women and misses. Now Over 500 MM ~jp|f > JV4 mm ' you can have a dress frock at the price of Hats to 4M Wl l l|gf| the ordinary cotton wash frock. Plenty of Choose From. jPcil , ‘ ,nrße SlZeS * —Block’s Basement Store. —Block's Basement Store. j-1 X kll-t j WtiikJ A PAGE 7