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THE EVENING WOELD, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1922.
u FEDERAL AND STATE FINES FOR DRY LAW VIOLATORS IN CONN Constables and I.awers Sc. Rich Pickings in Unex pecled Fees. (Rpedul to The Kirnlnc WniM WIM.1MANTIC. Conn.. Mny 16 - 1TI10 decision of Ketlcral Jiulpe, 1C1I:i P. Thomas, lmiulol down ycslcnln). Jtlint nil of the people In till Mellon, nl for Hint matter nil over 'n jnectlcut, who hnvo paiil fines In 'In IKwIcral Court for violation "f 1 1 1 illiiuor Ihhh can lie ut;uln I nod Cm violating t lie Sl.il? Iuwn. ini cronli-1 a sensation lieyond ileooslptlim In nl most every town in tills county. Hundreds of men mid women linvi been convicted In the four custom jconnliea of Connecticut . of which jthls city In about the c-entte. and In jscorcs of cases local ufllcluls liav ;leen wultlng for Just Hiieli a decision M this to proceed iiRUlnst llmno cull- i'vfeted according In Stale nwn. ! Hy the peculiar Inws of Connecticut, Jthu Brand jurors In the small towns have only their fees for lemunern jtlon, and It Is thought that scores of ithein will take advantage of this rul intr of Judge Thomas and cati.se. the Wrest of every one in their Jurisdic tion that has already been fined by tho ''cdernl Court ns evidence. . In cases where n plea of guilty has been entered, no other evidence would bo required. The constables and Jus. ilees In the small towns receive their ay In the same way ns the Grand Jurors or prosecutors and no ono can ven give a guess ns to what Is to J the result of Judge Thomas's rul. fug at present. WANDERING SHELL KILLS 4. WOUNDS 3 AT GUN PRACTICE Missile Fired at Camp Bragg, Believed to Be Defective. Falls Among Soldiers. KAYKTTKVILLE. N. C. May 26. A hoard ot officers lias been ap pointed by Brig. Gen. A. J. Iiowley, commanding Camp Bragg, to Institute an Inquiry into the death there yesterday of four enlisted mon and the wounding of two men nnd n oIIIcit as a result of tho acci dental explosion ot a shrapnel projectile during practlco firing for the field officers nrtlllcry school. Capt. M. A. Dawson of Battery E, Gth Field Artillery, was tho offi cer wounded. All the victims wcro members of Battery K. nth Field Ar tillery. The dead nro Thomas L. Wood. Salisbury. N. C: Walter C. Am nions, Milton, Fla.; Oeorge L. Mc Clellan, Noble, III., nnd Prlvato Alonzo Morgan of Hlantyre, N. C. Prlvato William Owl, Lumborport, W. Va., and Sergt. Donnett Smith, Fulton. N. Y., also were wounded. Examination of the gun nnd de tails given by survivors led to tho belief that tho shell was defective and, falling short of Its target. Rtruck a tree and rebounded Into the second squad. Bragg. It was learned that a consid erable amount of defective ammuni tion for field guns has been discov ered recently among the war time produced ammunition. An elaborate test system ,for the purpose of locating projectiles which fall below the army standards has been set up. and test firing for thin purpose Is In progress nil over the country. Some of tli'1 defective ammunition lias been bend treatment and hnr been ordered destroyed. Oilier loU have been demonstrated to bo enpn. l)lo of recharging and restoration army standards. Fort Bragg Is an nrtlllcry training school, nnd no test llrlng fni"unimu- nil Inn standards was In progrer Ihorc. MM WIIIIAT DO WW TO l.'J'J. CMU'SOO, Mny 20. Wheat Irn.lliu yesterday Vonslted chiefly of "mnppimr up of wrcrtdiRo" of tho Mny den I. Tin nmrkt closed unsettled, Uc to 4'ic. mi lower, with Mny, 11.28 to ll.SJi, n'i .Tilly. 1.2li to I21;4. In a series if breaks niter the opening wheat timi'---wftit nil extteine fall of 4 cents, tint then began to rnlly, helped by profit - nUlng on tuo part or bear speculator Much Defective Ammunition Is Found in Army Supply WASHINGTON, Mny 26. While tho War Department had received no of ficial report on the accident at Camp Alexander Shoes 678 Pairs of Men's Oxfords that were $8 to $12 to sell at $6.85 a Pair. JUST the kinds you want for the holiday trip tan and black Scotch grain Norwegian calf, Russia calf and some cordovan and some white buckskin with rubber soles. DON'T expect every size in every style but most every foot can be fitted. J S. A little lot of white canvas sport oxfords has been marked down to flje --not nil sires. t" Sixth Ave., Cor. 19th St. Hudson Tubes, 6th Ave. "L" and Wesl Side Subway All Convenient Store Honrs ft to 5:30 Gimbel Broth frs 82ND STREET BROADWAY 33RD STREET NEW YORK CITY For Other! 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