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HAY 22, 1931
ENGINEER DIES WHEN BOULDER WREGKSTRAIN Five-Ton Rock Falls From Cliff On to Track to Cause Tragedy. By United Press BRAEBURN. Pa., May 22.—The engineer of the Buffalo-Pittsburgh express of the Pennsylvania rail road was killed today when the train was wrecked by a five-ton boulder which had dropped from a cliff, 350 feet above the tracks. The fireman leaped from the en gine and escaped injury. No cars left the track. None of the one hundred passengers was injured. The dead man was L. H. Hill grove, Pittsburgh. A1 A. Knarr, 4C, Oil City, was fireman. C. OF C. IN EULOGY FOR E. J. GAUSPOHL Resolution Terms Dead Business Leader “Untiring Worker.” Eulogy of Edward J. Gausepohl, head of E. J. Gausepohl <£z Cos., leather goods firm, who died Wednesday, was contained in a reso lution adopted by directors of the , Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce Thursday. Mr. Gausepohl served one year as first vice-president, one year as sec ond vi&e-presidcnt and &ven years as a director of the chamber. The resolution lauded him “as an outstanding business man, * civic leader and untiring worker for the best interests of the city and his fellow citizens.” Funeral services for Mr. Gause- ; pohl will be conducted at 10 Satur-; day morning in Scottish Rite Cathedral. DECLARES BUSINESS ON ROAD TO RECOVERY Forecast Is Made by John J. Deviny, Typothetae Chief. “Recovery in business, although slow, is on the way.” This forecast was made by John J. Deviny of Washington, executive secretary of the United Typothetae of America, in an address before members of. the Seventh district federation of the organization in the Lincoln today. The federation's district includes the states of Indiana, Ohio, Mich igan, West Virginia and a section of western Pennsylvania. Deviny cited statistics showing that business conditions had bet tered approximately 25 per cent in the past two months. Approximately one hundred dele gates are attending the federation meeting which ends Saturday noon. DEATH CHARGE DROPPED Auto Driver Is Dismissed in Man slaughter Case. Involuntary manslaughter charges against George Weimer, 35, R. R. 9, Box 302, were dismissed by Munici pal Judge William Scheaffer today on recommendation. Weimer’s auto, the night, of April 10, struck and fatally injured James H. Deery, 79, of 2142 North New Jersey street, in the 900 block Ewing street. “Miss France” Is Eelected By United Press PARIS, May 22.—Lucienne Nahm ias, blonde 18-year-old daugh ter of Baron Nahmias, was elected “Miss France” today and will sail for Galveston, Tex., May 27, to at tend the annual international beau ty competition. KpBBHBHMMBBCROWH JEWELRY CO.— il South Illinois StHHH T. .... . 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Mrs. McNamee is shown above, before a picture of her husband. LUESSE FACING TRIAL Communist Organizer Appeals SIOO Fine From Municipal Court. In criminal court this afternoon, Theodore Luesse, 933 South Senate avenue, often arrested Communist organizer, will go on trial appealing Saturday Specials The Shoes illustrated below are only a few of the many styles we have in stock in the following colors—all white and black—blond—all black—tan and many other beautiful combinations. These shoes were all taken out of our regular stock for this event. |fc\ QQ OXFORDS Combinations of jte jrfk (ps V 'ilßUPSblack and white— -AH \ Solid white—Solid j® 9VV it Wftft Vafacs/fQ J* 118 111 i toflUupa^l^S). 45 East Washington St. ; a SIOO fine from municipal court on a charge of obstructing service of a writ of attachment. Luesse was arrested on this charge April 25, after a demonstra tion by unemployed was followed by attempts to keep a constable from evicting a family from their home. THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES FATHER SLAYS ! TWO CHILDREN, I WOUNDS WIFE Easterner Tries Suicide After Attacks; Woman May Die. By United Press DRACUL, Mass., May 22.—Armed with a claw hammer, Leroy Skill- j mgs, 55, in what police described j as a jealous rage, attacked sll mem bers of his family early today, kill ing two children, probably mortally wounding his wife and then at- ! tempting suicide with a razor. The dead: Leroy B. Skillings, 10; Catharine Skillings, 6. Both died at St. Joseph’s hos pital at Lowell, of skull fractures. Mrs. Nellie Skillings, 55, mother of the slain children, was reported j near death at the same institution, ; | where her husband also was under : treatment for slashed wrists. Skill ings was expected to recover INDIANA FACES TRUCK WAR WITH MAINE : — Mayr Issues Ultimatum to Halt Vehicles at State Boundaries. Altercation of Frank Mayr Jr., secretary of state, with other states over the impounding of trucks not carrying ' licenses of the latter states, moved up the Atlantic sea board to Maine today, i This week, Mayr worked out a reciprocal agreement with the state ; of Georgia. - Today Mayr was informed that, an Indiana truck is being held by ! Maine authorities and he issued an j ultimatum that Maine vehicles, not 1 carrying Indiana plates, will be ! halted in the boundaries of Indiana. ] SIMMONS IS CANDIDATE Seeks Presidency of Board of Trade on Independent Ticket. W. Hathaway Simmons is a can didate for president of the Indi anapolis Beard of Trade on an In dependent ticket filed for the annu al election, June 8. John P. Frer.zel Jr., is candidate for vice-president and Tom Oddy for treasurer on this ticket. Candidates for the board of gov ernors are: E. M. Elliott, William R. E ans, E. T. Shaneberger, H. D. CBrien, H. R. Danner, R. B. Mc- Conncl, N. A. Gladding, E. D. An derson, H. G. 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HEAVY QUALITY DELUXE * a a FELT BASE RUGS s flfc.OO J|6i Sizes 9x6 Ft, — 9x7,6 Ft, and 9x9 Ft, Beautiful new 1931 patterns WITH FULL BORDERS, suitable for any room. SjA 15? ‘H These are the rugs that are guaranteed to give you satisfactory service. 9x12 Ft. American Oriental H Regular $12.50 Quality 27x04 Royal A RU . RU°GS $C.401 Sus r t D this sensa- |j| I rugs have ever been offered tionally low price H for only at the m B we store Deliver! Nearest B SI You! I 1 I Open 1 A I Saturday ~ ° pe ? g % * 1 Night Sa l“ r i ay I ■■WFTIST l I vmu I il 9 o’clock 9 o*Clock i"" i linin' ~ nmimr ASBESTOS HEIR WEDSJSEAUTY T. F. Manville Jr. Marries Stage Divorcee. - By United Press NEW YORK, May 22.—Thomas Franklin Manville Jr., principal heir to the fortune made in asbestos roofing, was married at city hall Thursday to Avonne Taylor, once described by Florenz Ziegfeld as hr IT COVERS THE FLOOR WE HAVE IT! "the most beautiful girl I ever glorified." Each of them has been married twice before. Manville. when 17 years old, eloped with Florence Mu ber, a chorus girl, but divorced her after his father cut off his allow- I ance. Later he married Lois Arline McCoin, his father's stenographer, and she divorced him in 1926. Miss Taylor said today*she "could not remember" the name of her first j husband, who divorced her. In 1925 she married Louis Cress, musical comedy director, and divorced him three years later. Manville gave his age as 37 and Miss Taylor as 32. Millionaires are getting scarcer in Britain; in 1924-25 there were 601,1 while in 1928-29 there were only 487. PAGE 5 s29,ooo,oooßesources Behind Every Branch dFletcher frost (Cmnpang EXPERT TRUSS FITTING AT 129 W. WASH. ST. STORE Abdominal Supports and Shoulder Brace* HAAG’S CUT-PRICE DRUGS TRY A WANT AD IN THE TIMES.